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"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Charles is already 73 At a Coughlin's views are pretty representative About 80% of Britain see the queen positively according to polls while only about one third want Charles to become king Many people remain unhappy with Charles because of how he handled his first marriage Max Hastings is the former editor of Britain's The Daily Telegraph and the Evening Standard The legacy of the whole Diana catastrophe It does go very deep And the image that Diana passed on to the world about the Prince of Wales is not a very attractive image It was an it was an image of a very selfish quirky weird man who couldn't understand the life and why he was expected to give up his long-term mistress just because he married a young girl After Charles Mary Diana he maintained an affair with his old flame Camilla Parker Bowles who was also married As Diana once put it there were three of us in this marriage So it was a bit crowded The couple finally divorced in 1996 Prince Charles married Camilla in 2005 The prince does have many supporters one is soudal She pitched a tent yesterday near the palace to ensure a view of today's parade Charles long environmental record the prince's embrace sustainability biodiversity and organic farming for decades Lots of people really killed him over the years but actually when you look at some of the things with his environment he was really right at the forefront of some of that I think it's going to be a very hard act for him to follow the queen and would be very hard friendly body Many were early to say Prince Charles should make the environment the signature issue of his reign That could help keep the monarchy relevant and connect with younger generations who view the institution were skeptically Last fall the prince addressed the global climate change summit in Glasgow The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us just how devastating a global cross border threat can be Climate change and biodiversity loss are no different In fact they pose an even greater existential threat to the extent that we have to put ourselves on what might be called a war like footing But when the prince is expressed some of his views to British officials he's been accused of trying to influence government policy In the 2000s he sent private memos urging officials to among other things reverse spending cuts on homeopathic medicine He also requested funding for his own Afghan charity Some thought he violated a fundamental rule that the monarchy stays out of politics Again max Hastings There's nothing wrong with any private individual wanting to support homeopathic medicine but it was obviously completely constitutionally wrong for the Prince of Wales to use his influence in this way Dominic grieve served as attorney general and defends the prince I think the letters he was writing were absolutely in the public interest They were expressions of his view based on his knowledge And it's important for ministers to have that It wasn't telling ministers what to do The princess critics worry he could become what they call an activist king which they say could undermine the monarchy at a time when it won't enjoy the goodwill and public support that it has under the queen Frank Langford NPR news Buckingham Palace Visit one of America's Chinatown neighborhoods and you might find yourself focusing on the vibrant street culture but there are details you might miss and pierce Jennifer vanasco reports on an app that takes visitors around Manhattan's Chinatown in a new way through voices and oral histories Yeah my mom is from Taiwan I think they were in an era where most.
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"W and I wanted to do a segment together on Biden and gas. Now, to be clear, we're not talking about the time when Biden released gas when he was in London, giving Camilla Parker Bowles a virtual heart attack. No, we're talking about Biden and gas prices. Gasoline. Gasoline. And you and I were chuckling because as an article in CBS News, this is how the media regurgitates the propaganda of the administration. It's called three reasons why gas prices are so high and when they might come down, right? So we think, okay, well, they're bound to emphasize a couple of reasons, but surely one of the three reasons is going to have to do with Biden's suppressing domestic energy production, right? Wrong. There are three reasons that they have nothing to do with any of this. So basically, I go on Facebook, every once in a while and post things, and I thought it was so telling because in my feed, I had, you know, I was looking at different posts of people arguing about who's responsible for the price of gas. And so it got me thinking and I was like, you know, everyone please send me photos of your pump when you fill up because I want to see how expensive it is for you to fill up. And my goodness, I got some great photos as I'm going to post some on the video portion of the website of the website. Oh, the podcast. So people can see most of them are over a $100. And we talked about this. People that make minimum wage. That's like their whole day. That's like working 8 hours to pay for gas. It's ridiculous. But anyway, so I was very, very interested in what people are saying. And of course, our side says one thing. The other side says, Biden is not responsible for gas prices. Stop being that way, even my own little darling daughter tells me that it's a global issue, but I think she's been listening to TikTok a little too long. Well, the Biden administration, which I guess is trying to reach this call for the 1825 cohort has been briefing these TikTok influencers, right? It's kind of a oh, and their influencers all right. They influence a few people that I know. Right. Well, one person you told me of being one of the influencers apparently doesn't speak on TikTok, but merely dances. Oh. So somehow, somehow this person threw dance reasonableness of the Biden position. Well, you know, coming back to the CVS CBS article, which was written by Amy peachy, and as I say, it's nothing more than an echo of what the administration is saying. It's talking points basically recycled into an article. And so basically they give three reasons. And let's look at them one by one. The first one is Putin. You know that was going to be number one. Of course. And no one can deny that global instability, Russia's invasion of Ukraine Russia is a big oil producer. That that has exacerbated the problem, but that clearly didn't start the problem why, because gas prices were going up a lot before Putin. So somebody started that process, which is only become worse. Their second explanation is post pandemic demand for gas. The idea was that people weren't using gas for a long time, then suddenly there was a spike because people are out, they're driving again, going back to work. But this doesn't explain all that much because the truth of it is if you weren't using gas for a long time, that would be accumulated reserves. And then when there's a spike in demand, sure enough, there's plenty of supply to meet that demand. So I'm going to put aside explanation to and turn the explanation three, which is OPEC and cuts to oil production. Now again, the idea here is that OPEC and other oil producing nations haven't ramped up their supply. And so as a result, there's a global rise in prices. Now, again, this is true. But all of this can be easily mitigated. Had we been producing as much oil and gas as we can produce at home. And I think that's the key point. We haven't due to the deliberate conscious policies of the Biden administration. Deliberate. Wanting to get oil from enemies is like their thing. I mean, they love doing that. Obama love doing that. You know? I mean, they were the Biden guys were literally boasting. Biden has all these videos. We're gonna be moving away from fossil fuels. We don't need fossil fuels. Democrats were saying things like, we don't need to manufacture. We don't need more domestic oil production. We have enough. And so they were taking it as a compliment, taking it as an achievement that they were blocking new drilling leases in Alaska, blocking new drilling on federal land that they killed the Keystone pipeline. They were patting themselves on the back overall this. Until gas prices began to surge and then Biden kind of squints and put on his usual kind of grumpy face and he goes, what do you mean? What do you mean me? What have I been doing to suppress domestic? So these flat out ball face lies, which then, you know, idiots like Amy peachy kind of just kind of mindlessly repeat. Not to mention they like to, you know, they want to indoctrinate the TikTok as they, as if they need to indoctrinate them more, so that they tell, like you say, the 18 to 25 year olds don't listen to any right wing or conservative news media, it's not true. You know? It's the argument I'm at ignorant. I mean, it appeals to the ignorance of the audience because you're relying on these young people to have no context. They don't really take an economics one O one. They don't know the laws of supply and demand. And they don't, they probably don't even pay for their own gas anyway. Their parents do. And then they don't know. They don't know that the United States domestically has enormous gas resources, enormous oil resources, and we are deliberately choosing not to tap them. Exactly right. The.
Biden and Pump Price Shock
"W and I wanted to do a segment together on Biden and gas. Now, to be clear, we're not talking about the time when Biden released gas when he was in London, giving Camilla Parker Bowles a virtual heart attack. No, we're talking about Biden and gas prices. Gasoline. Gasoline. And you and I were chuckling because as an article in CBS News, this is how the media regurgitates the propaganda of the administration. It's called three reasons why gas prices are so high and when they might come down, right? So we think, okay, well, they're bound to emphasize a couple of reasons, but surely one of the three reasons is going to have to do with Biden's suppressing domestic energy production, right? Wrong. There are three reasons that they have nothing to do with any of this. So basically, I go on Facebook, every once in a while and post things, and I thought it was so telling because in my feed, I had, you know, I was looking at different posts of people arguing about who's responsible for the price of gas. And so it got me thinking and I was like, you know, everyone please send me photos of your pump when you fill up because I want to see how expensive it is for you to fill up. And my goodness, I got some great photos as I'm going to post some on the video portion of the website of the website. Oh, the podcast. So people can see most of them are over a $100. And we talked about this. People that make minimum wage. That's like their whole day. That's like working 8 hours to pay for gas. It's ridiculous. But anyway, so I was very, very interested in what people are saying. And of course, our side says one thing. The other side says, Biden is not responsible for gas prices. Stop being that way, even my own little darling daughter tells me that it's a global issue, but I think she's been listening to TikTok a little too long. Well, the Biden administration, which I guess is trying to reach this call for the 1825 cohort has been briefing these TikTok influencers, right? It's kind of a oh, and their influencers all right. They influence a few people that I
Duchess of Cornwall 'Can't Stop Talking' About Joe Biden's 'Long, Loud' Fart at COP26
"A lot of people listening right now don't know this, but this is it's been all over the Internet. I love when people say it's been all over the Internet, or the Internet is angry about something. Well, the fact of the matter is that at the G 8 summit or the G 6 summit when they were talking about greenhouse gases and climate change, this is not a joke, folks. This is a sad statement. Our leader Joe Biden, vice President Biden was with Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess, of Cornwall. The duchess of Cornwall. Now that is, this is the woman that Charles was enamored of during his marriage with Princess Diana. You'll remember this. And then eventually, of course, he married Camilla Parker Bowles, who is now the Dutch as she styled officially as the duchess of Cornwall. Now, if you hear those sirens, I'm in Wichita, Kansas. So I have no idea whether it would be sirens here. It doesn't make any sense. Usually we have science in New York. Anyway, I'm in Wichita. And I want to tell you about where I am and everything. But before I get into all that, I just want to say that there was a royal incident that was reported. It's all over the news this morning. I have put it on Twitter. If you don't follow me on Twitter or on gab or just make sure it's not a tornado siren, right? I don't know what that was happening. I don't know. All I know is I'm in Wichita. They tell me. So it seems that Joe Biden while he was talking to Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess of Cornwall and the wife of the Prince Charles, he I don't know how to put this. He passed what we would like to call gas, very loudly. And it was a long, low kind of like a boatswain's call. If you've ever been in the navy, actually no, that's high pitched. This was, but it was widely reported. Camilla talked to people about it and it got out. So it's all over the news. And I guess this is what you call breaking news.
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Possibility of Life on Other Planets
"John's my friend. We have a lot to talk about. We've already been talking about many important things. Now, we did talk about Camilla Parker Bowles. We're not going to talk about her anymore. We're going to talk about Camilla Harris who's the vice president of the United States. And she styled as the duchess of Sacramento. And or actually, we don't have to talk about her. What would you like to talk about? Rather, move to more elevated topics. I've got a piece of stream dot org called a pale blue dot, I think not. And in it I talk a bit about your book is atheism dead. I talk about the book, the privileged planet. Carl Sagan on the old cosmos from the 1970s and 80s. Used to present the vastness and emptiness of the universe. And are small rather off center position in it as proof of human insignificance. He would say things like in a wear on a third rate planet with a second tier star and an unfashionable neighborhood of the back end of nowhere of an universe that is vast and seemingly empty. Where there is doubtless life on billions of other planets, and maybe far more advanced than our own. Well, since then, science, capital S, science, TM, trademark, has discovered something new. It's discovered that there are very few planets in the universe that are in fact inhabitable. We used to think, oh, maybe there's life based not on carbon, but silicon or magnesium based life forms. No, no. Science is increasingly found that life has to be based on carbon, it has to have water, it has to have tectonic plates. It has to have a moon. It has to be within a certain distance, perfect sort of Goldilocks distance to a medium sized star. The number of constraints on inhabitable exoplanets has kept growing and growing and growing. And the number of candidates for planets that might have life has been shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking until it seems increasingly as if earth and maybe a few other very earth like planets somewhere. Are the only places where life could possibly exist. I would go, I have gone a step farther in what I have written. I have said that the number of planets where life should exist shrank down down down down down to zero and then kept going. In other words, the odds against life even existing on a single planet like earth went below zero to increasingly impossible to the point where I now argue in my book miracles and in the new book is atheism dead that the odds against any life existing are
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Source for breaking news. And what to make of it all. This is the Mike Gallagher show. I could take I'm gonna get real trouble. Let's the last question I'm taking. You've been decide who I'm pointing to. Joe Biden was just too weak to ever stand up to the far left. So the far left took over the party. If the amount is not 450,000, what amount is it? That's where the Justice Department to decide if it writes a wrong. No. From the relief vector dot com studios. Here's Mike Gallagher. Writing a wrong. That's what the Biden administration believes paying hundreds of thousands of dollars per illegal will do. My goodness, I just can't stop thinking about all the gold star families. Hardworking Americans, what would $450,000 from the government mean to you? What would it do to your life right now? If you've spent your life doing the right thing and people who do the wrong thing, according to the Biden administration, are going to get rewarded. I was hearing it. I just heard a story last week about a family friend whose loved one is dealing with a spouse who is on a work Visa, from another country. And she has worked hard, she has paid her taxes. She has obeyed she's dotted every eye and crossed every T and faces the prospect of being kicked out of the country. Has been put through so much has immigration lawyer where they paid a fortune, done everything they can. Yet she faces deportation. Had she snuck across the Rio Grande on a banana boat, maybe she should get a check for $450,000. And you know what's fascinating about this issue? They don't even get it. They don't even get it. They're doubling down. Start with Cedric Richmond, senior White House adviser, talking to Bill hemmer yesterday on Fox News. If the amount is not 450,000, what amount is it? That's where the Justice Department to decide if it shows that it saves taxpayers money if it writes a wrong and the Justice Department determines that there is compensation that should be paid. That is an independent Justice Department, but again, the question is, we took children the president Trump took children from their parents and some children have never been returned. Do we think that's okay? Personally took children from their parents. Did you hear him? He's a senior White House adviser, his smart guy. He's got the president's here. He's telling flatulence Joe. Oh yeah, you hear about that story? Apparently Camilla Prince Charles wife can't stop talking about Biden passing wind. Loudly. Can't stop talking about it. Now, I never thought I'd talk about passing gas on the Mike Gallagher show. There's a four letter word that starts with F that's pretty crude that most people use. I don't know. That's not one of the 7 dirty words, right Eric. I mean, we I don't think so, but I don't like saying it. I think passing wind is better. I talked to Mark Davis about it this morning in Dallas, I thought he was going to fall off the chair. President Biden, according to the daily mail and sources to the mail, Biden let out a long, loud, well, passing wind, while speaking, with Camilla Parker Bowles at the climate change summit. She hasn't stopped talking about it. It has been reported. The pair were making small talk at the global climate change gathering in Scotland when the president broke wind. The source told the outlet, it was long, it was loud, and it was impossible to ignore. And Camilla hasn't stopped talking about it. Now, I don't doubt it. I don't doubt this story one bit, do you? When you're really old, you don't care anymore. You just let it go. Heck, for all we know, he's got a diaper there. I don't know, maybe he just lets it go. I mean, the man's knocking on 80s but to be 79. An old people? Listen, I'm gonna be what I want to be one of those people walking around someday in the store, 78 years old, shuffling around, mine up going into buy some metamucil and I just let her rip. I don't care I'm old. I'm gonna yell at kids. I don't care I'm an old man. I mean, this really, him, passing wind is a perfect metaphor to what he's up against. The Republicans are should be salivating over the mainstream poll that came out yesterday. USA Today's Suffolk university poll, his approval rating has cratered to 38%. Over 60% of Americans disapprove of the Biden administration. New mainstream poll just released. An overwhelming majority of voters do not want him to run again. Run for a second term. Excuse me. Can't help myself. We should have you come on Eric. You know we got to have that sound effect. Go ahead and put it up there. Because that's the new. You know, we have all these different nicknames for Joe Biden, sleepy Joe. I call him king George. Now, how he can call him. President fart. I'm sorry. I mean, what am I gonna do? I'm just reading the stories. It's what we do here. Manager's passion wind in front of the what if she is the duchess poop ball whenever she is? She's the homewrecker, right? Didn't she the one that Charles always loved? But he was married to Diana. I think Diana called her. Didn't she call her horse face?.
Camilla Parker Bowles Can't Stop Talking About Joe Biden's 'Long Fart'
"Apparently Camilla Prince Charles wife can't stop talking about Biden passing wind. Loudly. Can't stop talking about it. Now, I never thought I'd talk about passing gas on the Mike Gallagher show. There's a four letter word that starts with F that's pretty crude that most people use. I don't know. That's not one of the 7 dirty words, right Eric. I mean, we I don't think so, but I don't like saying it. I think passing wind is better. I talked to Mark Davis about it this morning in Dallas, I thought he was going to fall off the chair. President Biden, according to the daily mail and sources to the mail, Biden let out a long, loud, well, passing wind, while speaking, with Camilla Parker Bowles at the climate change summit. She hasn't stopped talking about it. It has been reported. The pair were making small talk at the global climate change gathering in Scotland when the president broke wind. The source told the outlet, it was long, it was loud, and it was impossible to ignore. And Camilla hasn't stopped talking
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"All the stages and points of her life and say this happened, then this happened and this happened. Camilla Parker Bowles is very much a figure in this story because she's very Diane is very aware of her and very aware of this relationship that Charles has with her, but they didn't really explain. I don't think they even say her name. They don't really say who she is. They kind of assume that you know that. They kind of assume that you know where Diana is in her life at this point where she's already been beloved and is kind of facing this ultimate tragic end. Like I was glad that there wasn't like a closing caption that was like, of course, she died, not that long after. You know, I felt like that was a good thing. I do want to talk a little bit more about Kristen Stewart. To me, you know, one of the things that was difficult for me about Jackie was I think Natalie Portman's impression of Jackie Kennedy was very accurate and I absolutely give her full points for what I think was an effort to just down to the breath trying to capture the way Jackie Kennedy spoke. And yet, to me, it was incredibly distracting. Yes. And it was the only thing I could pay attention to in that movie. I do think Stuart makes a good decision here. There's one moment early on when she goes into this little cafe, looking for directions. And everybody looks at her and she does that little eyes down, smile, that Diana often did. And in that moment she looks so much like Diana to me, then it kind of welded them together. I mean, obviously she's speaking in an accent. I think the accents roughly correct, although yes, she's an American doing a British accent. You don't have to at me. It's not perfectly correct. But after that, I don't think they're trying to do as spot on either of an impression of Diana or of a recreation of reality the way that Jackie recreates so carefully those like black and white videos of the Christmas tour and all that stuff that is in Jackie. Where do you guys come down on Jackie and Diana in that kind of comparison? I like Jackie, but not as much as other people did. I think I also found Natalie Portman's acting in it a little distracting. I think part of that is because I don't think Jackie Kennedy really spoke like any other person in human existence. And so, you know, I think Kristen Stewart's performance is much more down to earth. Even if this movie is not quite realistic, I think it is a more holy embodied person..
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on The First Degree
"Thousand nine hundred nine. A french investigation found that the driver was intoxicated with alcohol and prescription drugs and was solely responsible for the crash of awful. Okay so anytime you have. A beloved person died. There are always going to be theories about happen and conspiracies. There's a lot of conspiracies about what might have happened. Well yeah i mean. Even when everything was first happening when she died. I feel like everybody was like there's something else read. That's that's at play here like. It wasn't just a crash feeling. That's every famous woman though like anything. Anyone who's sort of even in american culture like anna nicole smith like she was sort of having this very public. Like sort of unraveling in the paparazzi. Were then she died under mysterious circumstances or so the media painted it or you know what you mean so it's sort of like bolstered in the media if a woman of note dies yeah in any way that's not just straightforward right. Now this is fueled by the fact that i actually wrote a letter to her butler saying that her husband was planning an accident in my car. Brake failure and serious head injury in order to make the clear path to marry another woman. Not even camilla parker bowles. He's the worst dude. Fuck him honestly like it's a monarchy so they can't like fire him but that dude is jeffrey epstein's homey no. He's the prince andrew. Honestly he probably is. Let's be fair. sorry. I get all all those monarchs prince. Andrew was the one that's been a photographed with lean seen. Some delays was for sure there. Yeah for sure without a doubt. Yeah we don't know that allegedly probably for sure yes now dodi's father who is a rich guy owns is diana's boyfriend is boyfriend died in the crash get died in the crash said diana was killed and my son was killed and believed they were murdered because that also that she he said at the night that she died diana called and told him that she was pregnant but let tests were done at the scene and apparently she wasn't pregnant. But says here's exactly it's like looking back on things Retroactively like we know how easy it is for things to be covered up these days sarisi. You know it's like you see the shit happening right before your eyes and people are covering up should every day and you're like oh there goes and knew that but the government splashing or whatever it is so it's like looking back on this kinda stuff on. I was like researching some.
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"I put my bananas in the freezer last night. And then all i do is with the map in the food processor and i promise you is like mr whippy ice cream. Okay so i have an issue with. Listen i've tried to the old tentative things but frozen banana as ice cream. i'll give it to my kids. Yeah but i'm ready to you. Wrote me a habit person now. There's a reason why we're doing kind of less of you shuker. Well no but we used to have an pregnant pregnant person here who said please no sugar. Otherwise on the most high sugar natural sugar. Anything that grows on a tree is not true darling. A k. is not processed. It's only tree today. thank you. Think chimpanzees among kizzie bananas right. Because it's natural darling anything daniel. The osteopath told the anything. That's not sure has to be confu body. Okay co i'm really together. We just did that a lesson anyway. Will your always on your gluten free in whatever enough about me. So who've we got on today right this woman is. I've loved her from the first time i saw her as pat. See on. Call the midwife. 'cause i'm a cool midwife devotee and she was fabulous scott the best voice. I think i've ever heard which probably is what qualified her for camilla. She was very good as camilla parker bowles and the crowd but clearly she so multi talented. I watched a promising young woman. Last night She wrote and directed and.
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"In the first place? Well, a BBC investigation is going to find out. Good things come to a head. Yes, it was slowly. Yes, this morning all eyes on the BBC as they prepare to release the results of an investigation into just how Martin Bashir managed to scoop the world in that controversial 1995 Panorama interview with Diana, Princess of Wales. The big question. Was she duped into doing it? This brace on Charles's affair with Camilla Parker Bowles living on in infamy? Well, there were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded. Donna also pulling back the curtain on motherhood, her personal battle with an eating disorder and her thoughts on her estranged husband, the heir to the throne. You think? Prince of Wales will ever be king. I would think that they top job as I call it. Which bring enormous limitations to him. I don't know whether he could adapt to that. Enormous limitations to his lifestyle. Basically, is that what she's saying? That's I'm thinking that it would limit his ability to have this affair with this woman. Has there been a classier way that someone has described a marriage that was had another woman or another person involved enormously over Katri know there were three of us. So is the bit crowded. I mean, is the most posh way ever to describe But there's another person in your marriage will be the next one. The exclusive sit down with journalist Multan bushy at 25 years ago, it was watched by nearly 23 million people. But now, after concerns surfaced last year over how Bashir in the BBC secured it, the network is set to reveal the findings of a recent internal independent investigation. Conducted by lawyer Lord Dyson. If there was new information that establishes that changes, the dynamic in which she made the decision to do that interview, then For many people, and for the record, it is very important that that is established and that that is known and understood and made public. Donna's brother, Earl Spencer, alleging, But she used forged bank statements to suggest that two employees were being paid to gather Intel on the Princess of betrayal, he says, convinced Anna to do the interview. Now Spencer is demanding answers. Opening up to you Keizai TV about the responsibility he feels towards his sister. I feel it's my duty to stand up for her when I can. She left me as, for instance, guardian of her son's etcetera, So I feel there was a A trust passed on. So Yeah, I feel very passionately that I have a role. So to honor her memory. And also is very soon is so different. It's so weird to hear these people speak when you've only seen pictures and you know, and when you think about it, you know the people that watch a 23 million, But it is it is coming. This request is coming from her brother and the fact that You know, dummy invoices were made up. That's unbelievable. It's time to make her want to do the interview that come on. This guy's doing other stuff by new he's paying on here and also, I wouldn't be surprised if, um he, Diana's brother is also doing this. Has also away for him as the guardian of these two boys to also be able to talk to William and Harry about the role. Which here you have the media in how it's those what it's so is like today. You know, then, wouldn't you know who is violence? Best friends, Prince William. Right insiders fear here is renewed criticism of Charles has put re union with horrified William. The honor their mother Diana at risk. I mean, in all all, Prince Harry said about his father in this clip of this mental health new show that you know for having is that he just said very often. The way parenting parenting skills are what your parenting experience and I try to be cognizant of both of how my parents were raised and what they've shared with me and Prince Charles. Has in his own words and said out loud that he had a very distant relationship with his parents. And we see that in the crown, but they're acting like Harry is billing royal a secret. So I wonder if the brothers you know, maybe trying to show that William might be relying a little bit too much on the media to make decisions about everything. Exactly So let me go, or we can play for real quick. The interview sent shock waves around the world forever changing the monarchy in November. Prince William was among those supporting the investigation, calling the official inquiry a step in the right direction and adding that it should help establish the truth behind the actions that led to the Panorama interview. The BBC, meantime, postponing their planned investigative program delving into the controversy. Was originally set to air Monday. The BBC told ABC News. The delay was due to a significant duty of care issue. Bashir stepped down this week from his position of the BBC due to ongoing health issues. The results of this investigation could come this week the views. He has previously apologized for the use of those allegedly forged bank statements, but they've insisted They played no part in princess down his decision to do the interview in the first place, so to meet her tomorrow here, they're all yelling at Harry about everything, he said in that Oprah interview. Princess Diana. Kick that door down a long time ago, but she was very posh about it, and I thought they were too I can't believe that they use illegal but this is what we know about them in listening to all the telephone gate stuff and everything that happened with you, Grant and all those other people with their rooms. They want to sell it. It's a whole different level over there is a different It is a very different thing. Listen, we come back. It's time for Joy's random thoughts, nothing but.
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That is Emerald fennel in her role as Camilla Parker Bowles on the hit Netflix series, the crown so interesting emerald what you've just said about saying like villains don't exist. I think Camilla Parker Bowles is so often remembered as like the villain. The other woman in the story of Princess Diana. What was it like? Or what? Did you learn about her by playing her that maybe surprised you. Like us. The thing is It's a funny thing for us in England, because, of course Charles and Camilla have been married since I was a teenager, but I think in general, I I when you look it Crown on the royal family. There is no comparison. That's what's so hard because there's an actor in general. You always you know, you're kind of looking for similarities in your own life. Maybe things that You can kind of tune into. But When you look at the lives of the people in the royal family, it's so it's not just fame. It's not just well. It's Living as Emblems, living as sort of symbols. And so for me, it was much more. I always thought that Camilla seem to be a kind of What a normal person who actually didn't want to have anything to do with it because it frightened her. But she Got sucked in, and she fell in love with somebody who was, you know, entrenched in it, And that's just such an interesting Thing. Camilla Parker Bowles is still alive. Rumor has it. She actually watches this show does does that freak you out? I heard that recently. I mean, I'm sure the thing is is I'm sure it's not true. If you didn't. I hope she likes it. Well, I like it for what it or you're really tremendous as Camille. It's It's amazing to watch. Um there's this. There's a thread of complicated and morally ambiguous female characters throughout all of your work. I think here's another big show that you have worked on. You think we'd be what Bonnie and Clyde. Just go on a killing spree cutting through throws. You want me to be a mess? You.
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Then, in fourth place the dirtiest player in the game, the 2002 champ Jeff from Richmond, him. It's been a tradition of mine now for several years to roll a couple of fatties. In celebration of the smack off, Jim. So let me row Big Daddy Beaks and Matt from L. A out of the way, Jim so I can run some serious smack him the real stories. Prince Charles. Here's a guy Jim, his heir to the throne, Jim, heir to the throne. He can have any woman in the world that he wants. And yet he's rolling Jim with the Rottweiler Camilla Parker Bowles, Jim Camilla Parker Bowles looks like she should be chained. You are Rusty Car Axl and Michael Vicks backyard. From Larry King to the royal family. No one is safe and excellent effort from the Commonwealth to the top three, probably the toughest decision we've ever had to make in the history of the event. In the end, it was Benny, who took the bronze. Rick and Buffalo. You look like real Perlman shaved her head. I always thought the reason Rick screen throughout his calls because he couldn't figure out how to turn off the caps lock when he typed script, But as it turns out, it's because Rick is 4 FT. 11. When Rick makes his calls from the local payphone, he's gotta knock the receiver off the hook with a Room and scream at the top of his lungs that it was swinging above his head. In order for anyone to hear him, Rick, you're shorter than Kyle in Green Bay's life expectancy. Great call from Benny and even better recovery from a tactical error in 2019. It would not surprise me. If that guy won that event one day, And then there were two Two savages. The two monsters, the two that we probably should have known. It was going to come down to will have that for you when we come back. Got to somehow get through this thing we're behind. I'll keep grinding One more hour. It is our last show of the year. This is the year in review 2020 If you wanna hit me up on Twitter do so at Jim Rome. If you're tweeting about what you're hearing You're a hashtag on it. Rome? Why I are hashtag Rome. Why I are When we come back, we pick up With the smack off how it ended. Who wanted and what happened. All of that is straight ahead. This is our final hour for the year. 2020 don't go anywhere. Clones Listen up..
UK minister calls on Netflix to tell viewers 'The Crown' is fictional before each episode
"The hit royal serious, which is on right now it's all about a high profile ROYAL affair. Governments. Culture Secretary Oliver Downton says he plans to write Netflix asking the company to add a health warning two episodes of the crown, Letting fans know it's partly fiction. How many times in this family make the same mistake pile this amid backlash over the royal drama's fourth season, which chronicles Prince Charles is overlapping relationships with Princess Diana and Duchess Camilla Parker Bowles. The minister accuses the show of damaging the monarchy, telling the daily Mail. I fear a generation of viewers who did not live through these events. A mistake Fiction. For fact, Kristen Goodwin Fox News, The Dow Jones industrials Air down 426 for
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Heard at the top of every hour on my talk 1071 and what have you learned to learn? Learn Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. They traveled to Belfast to carry out a series of engagements and paid tribute to front line workers. During the current virus pandemic, and they went to this museum and they were shown a special thrown. It was a willow version of the iron throne in Game of Thrones. How cool it was made for a party because a lot of the filming was done in Ireland for game of Thrones, So it's a beautiful, beautiful replica of basically the iron throne. And then you know all the jokes are around like this is the only thrown. He's going to see because his mother, Queen Elizabeth, the limp forever. She just seems to keep living, isn't she? Yeah, go on and on and on. She's awesome. She is awesome when you watched the crown. It's interesting because you know, there was a lot of negative stuff in the press, of course about Camilla. But then when you watch the crown, I just feel like when they met each other and how they got together. You have some empathy for dio Because then you feel like they're forcing this other person on Charles. Poor Diana gets mixed up in it. We can't wait. Why does it start? Oh, I don't know. Okay. Jenny, look at Jennifer Lopez. She is showing off her legs. She's 51 years old, and she is promoting some shoes that she has a shoe line. You can find it on instagram on her instagram page he has wearing just a trench coat. And then she has various shoes on from her line with her gorgeous toned legs. I mean these legs. He works hard Eve. Don't look at him right now. You might be able to concentrate. Us or the show by anytime I think of it, I think of my own legs. And like my Irish skin color, which means I see, like the full vascular system flew my legs. If I get a little chilly, they turned purple Crown Season four premieres November 15th. Thank you, Steve 10 days before me, Donna. No, sir. I should remember that. Yes. No, no. Remember, we outlawed birthdays on this shit. Okay, Good. Alright. Hocus pocus, The remake the sequel, not the remake, but the sequel is gonna happen and bet Midler confirmed. Yeah, I think so. I'm getting this from entertainment tonight. Bette Midler is probably going to be involved. Cathy in the Jimmy Sarah Jessica Parker, and it's going to be on Disney. Plus. Oh, that's fun. +00 no nevermind. Here we go two days in a row. It's on. Remember, Donna just reviewed that she reads things during the commercial breaks stories. I don't always succeed, though. Are they putting hocus pocus? The original on Disney? Yes, they are. Yes, but it looks like they're rumors at bed. Midler could be involved in this. Equal. That's great. Yeah, I think that that story still counts is largely accurate. I do things like take ibuprofen during the commercial breaks. So, Dad, By the way, my dog went pee very quickly..
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And even if you've already watched the first for the second season make sure you're watching season three I just finished it and I cannot recommend it highly enough here's the deal so it's the crown it's about the British royal family and I know you think stuffy old rich people what do I care trust me you're going to care about these people in ways you hadn't realized in the third season specifically with Olivia Colman playing the queen Claire Foy did so in the first two seasons a livia Coleman's performance is riveting and you might see some characters you actually recognize Camilla Parker Bowles prince Charles this season covers the queen's life through the seventies you're gonna love it the crown three seasons they're all on Netflix that was my talk recommends you watch she's when we see something we say something we also say stay home everyone can share on social media how you're keeping both safe and busy news hash tag stay home M. and everybody Florian Julia here for M. S. P. R. port terminal one two at Holman field in St Paul and at MSP airport dot com there's a lot of questions about how they're dealing with the corona virus things that are doing the airport is still open the airlines have reduced their flights you know schedules and see capacities but they do remain open the our fantastic airport they are you know like everybody else in the Twin Cities were all hoping we get through this sooner rather than later but cautioned if you're sick don't travel right if you are you know they've got the vote in close contact with people covering your cough and sneeze with bring Kleenex with you'll they've got hand sanitizers everywhere they're watching down everything we're all going to get through this we the R..
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To marry kinky of course Camilla Parker Bowles was also around but you know eat that he Diane is speaking about Charles wanted to marry and he felt that Diana was in some white blocking and that it would be too quick for him to do this but interestingly a lot of people forget that Camilla had a strange call crash before going to have and there were claims that perhaps somebody tried to kill Camilla now your quality ever hear about this you can find the original newspaper ripple so one line of thinking thinks that actually need somebody correct Hey commander alpha and then perhaps having failed with that so it would look to what this try again under the fact the next best person to take out of the loop was planned but by and it certainly believe there was a plot to kill her she huddles that believed that other body guard very many Katie a dollar a day in a bike accident months bike accident a few years before she had also believed that he had been deliberately killed so you can look at it two ways either she knew there was something going on or as the the cleaning of the of the media if you have it she had become currently been listening conspiracy theories everywhere and that it was just coincidence when you look at the many in normal is from explain aspects to her death Edie's complete a stretch to believe that it is just coincidence right the idea that she was alert awake when they pulled her out of the rack a place in the back of an ambulance and then the ambulance proceeded to crawl to the hospital stopping at several points we're told that all this is the protocol in France that you stabilize the patient in the ambulance where as you know here your scoop them up you get a minute ambulance and you get him into the surgery as fast as you can especially if you're talking about internal bleeding so what actually I mean what is the protocol in France well this is a game eighty something which is to buy and what the pros call this today what he would have been back there in the ninety fifth and of course it might change in the conspiracies political I recount the trail which again thank you very much well which is that the French doctors when she did eventually finally get to the hospital they expected that to survive you know yes she was badly injured but they thought she was going to make it through but he said the in the middle of the night this is certainly the British doctors arrive and they take jurisdiction of like high because of my school the French style files and then shortly off with a male football and respect and there was suspicion that these British doctors whoever they were had done something to make sure that on and it did not and one of the French style off the witness that if with the plan would be on record as saying he was going to write an accounts of what he had seen that back up then he died in the streets co correct shortly afterwards you know these the kinds of things that that that kind of very strange that build up around the back end of story and it does look at the end of the day that we are not being told the whole truth but that's something that you may live in I'm in the booklet points out continually Preston's where we are not told the whole truth by the third season we clean all right and you can take whatever you want but of course vein when they don't tell the whole truth you will get conspiracy thinking and often not believe it is justified to to do that and yet then they actively hurt and upset when you start to accuse them of conspiracy but if you will not straight about that evidence you walking fully trained people to have to fill the vacuum in between and back supports that the case or whether it be Jeff trained the moon landing nine eleven there are four ways aspects which had not been explained by the official account which really should obey and then you think hold on one wouldn't you get the true faith and so of course it's going to raise suspicions from that I'm afraid the way it's been but what I tried to do with conspiracies but is to show the path and you can see with current features a roll of film and nine the old that they told me in confidence it does begin to the glass even though ultimately tried from the people free to make their own minds up you can see absolutely that there are very good cases to be married will conspiracy in a number of strong areas right well one of the common threads I mean you mentioned the CCTV cameras in the alma tunnel not operating of all nights that was the night they were operating that's a common thread the see the the where the security cameras for the at the Pentagon plaque crash on nine eleven all of a sudden there was a mysteriously not operating of the the security cameras pointing at Jeffrey up scenes prison cell the who was her heart operating it makes you wonder you know how stupid they think we are and and then we have to ask ourselves why do we keep falling for it we will take another time out and that we will get to phone calls for Andy Thomas taking us into the break here's a foot in cold water make me do anything you want right here on coast to coast AM you and I heard a radio station news ninety three point one KFBK the Golden State Warriors honor Kobe Bryant's family tonight in their game against the Lakers the warriors are hosting the Lakers for the first time since Kobe's.
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"I saw a story that was really fascinating. Who's like eight hundred or a thousand words in the Washington Post today, about Camilla Parker Bowles. You know the. The woman that Prince Charles was. I'm trying to be really good here and be nice. The woman that Prince Charles was seeing behind Princess Diana's back, you know, because she was such a skank anyway, Camilla. She sent the press a message yesterday MU. She was standing there and their living room while the drawing room of the calling room whatever room that was with a fireplace in the cultures and things and. The pictures in front of the president. She as, as Trump tuned bag. She turned to the press and wing. And she was like. So a and the Washington Post said, what Camilla's wink moon? What was she telling us with that, wink as though, something is going down? Oh, they were so Randy yesterday in England. It was crazy. So I, oh, who would only fought would do today is just speak to the Washington Post imp-, and until the his who would I, I think the duchess of York, wherever she's from his, what I think she was saying, press. We're going to be rather naughty. And I'm winking at you because what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna telegraph something rather nasty because. I just think Donald Trump is just, he's a Neanderthal and so on. Wink at you to, to signal to you. I think he's a neon rule. And I know that you so master yourself that you will understand nasty, wink it because I'm nasty, naughty, spank child. Thank me. I'm just saying. I think that's what she may have been saying. And she knows that the press loves anybody being nasty to China, where, again, the word Nannu are using that word my good that Donald Trump called that wonderful. Megan markle? We, we were having blood pudding day. Lou offing. Well, we weren't loving, not load. At least that's so improper. We would, we would chortling a little movie. Oh, when we devised this plan for me to wink. I wake up every day, just on the edge of my seat to get my arms around what activities and actions these people that I care nothing about we'll do today. I mean I am so so intricately interested in this group of people that we fought a war to escape and what they're doing today. I wonder I'm so interested I-. I'm so alive. To have that mister crumble, I'm so glad to hear that because we are so far above you. We know that people of, of them in really more the more the virus of the planet, and we know that because we are so plug into what's going on. You know, I was, I was telling a friend of mine who, who someone that works for them. In the household was talking about someplace Kobe, a grocery store, and they were they were saying something about paper plastic, and I said, I don't won't pay PO plastic would like meet Ovechkin bulls. Oh something. That would be refined on my plate. Papa- plastic. Oh, what these people eat nowadays. But anyway, we have to stop them from eating because of destroying the planet would of cost there other eating plastic..
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Correct. Well, that sounds like it makes a whole lot of sense. John, thank you for the call. Thank you for what you do. Really do appreciate the insight. President Trump is across the pond. He's been meeting with Prime Minister Theresa may. He is meeting with the Queen. He took tea with the Queen. And Prince Philip and Prince Charles and. His wife's name Camilla Parker Bowles. They had dinner and of course, all of the focus in the media has been about what all of the protesters who have out. Out to jeer President Trump, and there is no greater symbol of Trump protests. In jolly old England. There is nothing that the media here in America and the media round the world loves to focus on more than the giant, Trump baby balloon, which is actually not all that big of a balloon. This is a great example of how the media exaggerates to make the Trump protests in the hatred of Trump just the size of this balloon. I was shocked, you know what I'm talking about, right. It's Donald Trump, and he's a baby and it's balut they make it seem like it's one of these things that flies in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. It's not it slightly bigger than a human. It is not a giant balloon. Well, ladies and gentlemen, I am here to tell you that the Trump baby balloon has been stabbed. Trump's supporting woman from Great Britain got close enough to the baby balloon to put a knife, just like aria stark from game of thrones, just put a knife right through it..
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"To great signals. Way to keep up with what's happening in your world news and information allies. Three. A story that was really fascinating, those like eight hundred or a thousand words in the Washington Post today, about Camilla Parker Bowles. You know the. The woman that Prince Charles was. I'm trying to be really good here and be nice. The woman that Prince Charles was seeing behind Princess Diana's back, because she was just skank anyway. Camila. She sent the press a message yesterday. She was standing there and they're living room or the drawing room. They're calling room whatever room that was with the fireplace in the couches and things and. They took some pictures in front of the president. She as, as Trump turned back, she turned to the press and wing. And she was like. I'm so not a and the Washington Post said what did Camilla's wink mean? What was she telling us with that, wink as though, something is going down? Oh, they were so Randy yesterday in England. It was crazy. So I. Who would only would do today is just speak to the Washington Post and tell them his who would, I think the duchess of York, wherever she's from his what I think she was saying, Chris. We're going to be rather naughty. And I'm winking at you. Because what I'm gonna do is, I'm going to telegraph something rather nasty because I just think Trump is just he's Neanderthal, and so on wync it you to, to signal to you. I think he's a. And I know that you nasty yourself that you will understand nasty, wink it because I'm nasty, naughty, spank. Child's thank me. I'm just saying. I think that's what she may have been saying. And she knows that the press loves anybody being nasty to John again. The word nat-, you are using that word. Oh, my good that Donald Trump called that wonderful Megan Markle..
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"That was really fascinating who's, like eight hundred or thousand words in the Washington Post today, about Camilla Parker Bowles. You know the. The woman that Prince Charles was. I'm trying to be really good here and be nice. The woman that Prince Charles was seeing behind Princess Diana's back, you know, because she was such a skank anyway. Camila. She sent the press a message yesterday. She was standing there and their living room, the drawing room the calling room whatever room that was with a fireplace in the couches and things and. The pictures in front of the president. She as, as Trump turned back, she turned to the press and wing. And she was like. I'm so not a and the Washington Post said, what teed Camilla's wink mean what was she telling us with that, wink as though, something is going down over? They were so Randy yesterday in England. It was crazy. So I. Who would only do today is just speak to the Washington Post and until his what I, I think the duchess of York, wherever she's from his, what I think she was saying, press. We're going to be rather naughty. And I'm winking at you. Because what I'm gonna do is I'm going to telegraph something rather nasty because. On just think Donald Trump is just, he's a Neanderthal and so on wync it you to, to signal to you. Gosh, I think he's a neon rueful, and I know that you so master yourself that you will understand this nasty, wink it because I'm nasty, naughty, spank, be child. Thank me. I'm you're saying. I think that's what she may have been saying. And she knows that the press loves anybody being nasty to in the word Nannu are using that word. Oh my goodness. Donald Trump called that wonderful Megan Markle. We were having blood pudding. He would just lose offing. Well, we weren't loving, not allowed at least that's so improper. We would, we would chortling a little movie. When we devised this plan for me to wink. I wake up every day, just on the edge of my seat to get my arms around what activities and actions these people that I care nothing about we'll do today. I mean I am so so intricately interested in this group of people that we fought a war to a scape and what they're doing today. I wonder I'm so interested I-. I'm still allowed to cover. That Mr. crumble. I'm so glad to hear that because. We are so far above you. We know that people of, of Vam in really more the more of the virus of the planet, and we know that because we so plug into what's going on. You know, I was, I was telling a friend of mine who, who someone that works for them. In the household was talking about someplace Kobe, a grocery store, and they were, they were saying something about papa- aplastic, and I said, I don't won't pay PO plastic, I would like meet Ovechkin. Oh something. That would be refined on my plate paper plastic. Oh, what these people eat nowadays. But anyway, we have to stop them from eating because. Destroying the planet, of course. They're eating plastic..
"camilla parker bowles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Here. I wanna give one to use. Me. You have played Snow White for at least thirteen years you've been with the show fifteen years. How are you handling the fact that this is this is the end, you know, if future sad, of course, and I had my moments of tears, but as an actor in your life, you know, most actors their shows come to an end, there's an end date, and we have been so lucky to be on this ride all of all of us who've been there for whether it's one year to twenty five thirty years. You know, we've all had this awesome study job. And now, we're experiencing that that real moment that most actors experienced if the show closing. You know, and and Jill window show debuted in one thousand nine hundred before it was scheduled to run for six weeks. And now here is the longest running musical review in the world. Why do you think is enjoyed such longevity people as it's so good? I'm not just because my show it's very clever. We have the most talented people, it's visually beautiful. And you know, you're going to see something new something that you would have seen in the news that morning, you're going to see on the stage that literally changes every night, it changes as fast as we find something in the news that we think into think it's relevant. It's really all about the audience. They determine what goes in doesn't go. Is that nerve racking for you get a set of instructions in the morning and you're toll having ready by tonight. I mean, we get really used to it. I think it's what makes it so fun. And why people stay so long. You know, you don't get bored. It's all change, and you know, even just lions numbers. And that's what makes it. It really fun and unique and very collaborative. I mean, do you the the performers get a chance to be part of the creative process? Joe direct. Yeah, they look into. We do listening is a book show there is, but it's not a democracy. That's not a democracy. You know, we want it. But you kidding. We love hearing their ideas because they come up with great stunt a lot of Mike Sean knows this show. So well knows the pace and we love hearing ideas from everyone. But we definitely why Joan and it is a book. Well, at least you're little more humane about the process, he's still just he would usually with Val diamond. Who could do you would just go up to her right before the show is gonna start and said here, I want this in put it in your hand, write it in your hand. And he said, Ben mcadoo and he'd walk away. And then she'd have to go onstage looking at the notes on hand. But he would never give anybody anything that. He didn't think they'd be able to do and they have a testament to the performance. In the world. Yeah, we have fun. And even when we put something new in and the audience reaction, it's fun to to listen to. I mean, sometimes we get a big grown. And we love a big ground. Any reaction is a great reaction. The show is toured Tobago's Linden open at the Academy Awards a Queen. Elizabeth we saw earlier in that clip has has seen it lies Manelli, Robin Williams. What are your favorite memories from the show? Oh, my. When I can't even sit when the Queen came when we took this show to London on everything when I I saw this show and my whole life, and that's the Silva, everything, you know, everything has been fabulous. I can't say there's been one bad day China. I think for me I was here when Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles came and that was incredible. It was an experience and Joe and Ken redid the whole show. We had special numbers. It was really exciting to be there for that. What will you miss most the people the people the family, of course, the show, but you know, it is beach blanket family. That's always you know, we're used to being there. And they were also close a lot of them are really close. We've become like family after these years and is this show that's given performance quite benefits. Unheard, I've really in the industry, you know, health benefits paid vacation healthcare retirement. Kill for you. What do you think the legacy of the show will be up that everybody would even listed fabulous? Shell. China more than just a fabulous show. You know, it doesn't icon uniquely San Francisco. It really is something that you can only get here. And I think people will always remember that Creevey's Dany show with big hats, and you know, mythic dearly and think back to all the fun memories nights. They had it cliff Agasi what's going to happen to the hat, by the way after the show and all of us. And of course, we can't just let it go. No place like museum or something. We'll all figure we'll figure it out to have an exhibit to show it. Hopefully, it'll be very successful. We send it out to go to different places because they didn't ever be. The hats are still special everything special. All right. Me. Well, good luck to you. Both. It is such a show in the bay area, chose Schuman silver, and Sean affairs. Not nice to have you here. Thank you. Thank you very much. I'm sure you'll see it again. Of course, I would not let the show in with. Thank you. And that will do it for us Bishop link Babylon by the way, runs Wednesdays through Sundays, I clip Ghazi in San Francisco. Tickets are still available right now at least blanket Babylon dot com as always you can find more of our coverage at K.