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Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees
"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more
Golden Globe 2021 winners round-up
"The 2021 Golden Globes are underway in Beverly Hills in New York City. This year's show is being hosted virtually on NBC. By Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Normally this room is full of celebrities. But tonight our audience on both coasts is made up of smoking, hot first responders and essential work. Golden Globe for best supporting actor was awarded to Daniel Colucci, a for Judas and the Black Messiah. Best supporting TV actor has gone to John Boyega for small acts. Catherine O'Hara scored the best actress in a comedy musical Syriza Ward for her role in Shits Creek Soul has won The Golden Globe for best animated film. Aaron Sorkin picked up the award for best screenplay for the trial of the Chicago seven. And the Golden Globe for best actor and a limited syriza or TV movie has gone to Mark Ruffalo for his dual role is twins. And I know this much is true.
Rush Limbaugh Buried in Private Cemetery in St. Louis
"Rush Limbaugh has been laid to rest in a private cemetery in ST Louis. Bob Agnew Report Limbaugh's family says in a statement of private service was held on Wednesday with close family members present. The family did not identify the cemetery where Limbaugh was laid to rest. Statement from his widow, Catherine said additional celebrations of Limbaugh's life are planned in the future, both virtually and in his hometown of Cape Girardeau. Missouri. Limbaugh died February 17th a year after announcing he had lung cancer, but Magna reporting very bumpy ride on Wall
Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio titan, dies of lung cancer at age 70
"Started as rusty sharp, a teenage DJ in Missouri and became a talk radio and conservative icon Rush Limbaugh with talent on loan from God, an estimated 20 million listeners of Day in syndication. His wife, Catherine, announcing on the show earlier today that Rush Limbaugh has lost his battle with lung cancer. Former President Donald Trump telling Fox News in his first public remarks since leaving office that he had spoken to Limbaugh just a few days ago that he was brave and two fighter. He loved this country. He loved the country. He loved his wife and his family. And he loved his fans is audience, which was, I think, maybe the biggest ever There's never been anything like it awarded him the presidential Medal of Freedom during last year's state of the Union address. Rush Limbaugh was 70.
Rush Limbaugh's wife Kathryn announces the radio host's passing
"Conservative Conservative radio radio radio talk talk talk talk show show show show host host host host host Rush Rush Rush Rush Rush Limbaugh Limbaugh Limbaugh Limbaugh Limbaugh is is is is is dead. dead. dead. dead. Wife, Wife, Wife, Wife, Catherine Catherine Catherine Catherine made made made made the the announcement announcement on on his his program. program. Today Today it it is is with with profound profound sadness. sadness. I must share with you directly that our beloved rush My wonderful husband. Passed away this morning due to complications from lung cancer. It was a ratings juggernaut on his self styled excellence in broadcasting network is blend of excitement and incitement ran for more than 30 years in syndication. President Trump rewarded him with a Medal of freedom and his last state of the Union address. That was about the time that Limbaugh learned he had stage four lung cancer. In his last broadcast last year, Limbaugh thanked his listeners and supporters saying he had outlived his prognosis. Rush Limbaugh was
Rush Limbaugh, the incendiary radio talk show host, dies at age 70
"Radio host Rush Limbaugh has died after battling lung cancer. His wife, Catherine, made the announcement on his show This morning. Last month, a seven year old announced that his cancer was terminal. But the upshot Is that I have been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. Diagnosis confirmed by two medical institutions Back on January. 20th Limbaugh, a longtime cigar aficionado, is widely considered one of the most influential media members of the past 50 years and from 1993 to 2019 had a show right here on K O in his radio and most recently on our sister station Freedom 93.7. Long time Denver K Way host microbes and talked about Russia's influence on his career. There's some things that I picked up from him that I was able to use that fit my style and Russia was part of the same allegiance. Morning, Missouri in 1951 Limbaugh got his first radio gig at age 16, and he's grown into the most listened to radio show and the U. S. Limbaugh side of $400 Million.8 Year contract in 2008 on February 4th 2020 the day after he first announced the advanced Lung cancer limbo, was a guest of President Donald Trump of the 2020 State of Union address. Or he was presented with the presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of all that you have done for our nation, the millions of people a day that you speak to and that you inspire and all of the incredible work that you have done for charity. Rush promised to stay on the air for as long as he could, and has been absent for almost two weeks again. Rush Limbaugh guys today at the age of 70. Advanced lung cancer.
Rush Limbaugh dies at 70 after battle with lung cancer
"Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh has died at the age of 70. His wife, Catherine, Limbo, announced his death at the beginning of his show Today, Rush Limbaugh announced his diagnosis of stage four lung cancer cancer a a a little little little little over over over over a a a a year year year year ago. ago. ago. ago. He He He He turned turned turned turned 70 70 70 70 in in in in January January January January in in in in his his his his final final final final show show show show in in in in 2020 2020 2020 2020 Limbaugh Limbaugh Limbaugh Limbaugh said said said said he he he he didn't didn't didn't didn't expect expect expect expect to to to to live live live live so so so so long long long long following following following following his his his his great great great great diagnosis.
Aus Open Day 6 - Silent, subdued, but intriguing
"Think today day six over the twenty twenty one australian open the first fully crowd list day. I think today was the new year's eve house party that you feel you have to gauge new year's eve show up. You do the rounds for a couple of hours and then you sneak off to a bedroom and go to sleep or it's just the hangover the day after we sit there and just drink cups of tea and no answer any calls the hanger day off to the the banging nights out the ends in where you're just gonna sort of pick up pieces and clear mass. Yes i came. That may be works better. And wait for your next party in a day's time it's the regroup day. It's fresh as week when you when in my case you have one thing and you're saying that's it you can just have a normal week and then you gotta do again the next night but so what you do. Is you just insert little arrests days. Yeah don't understand human beings. The enjoyed fresh week genuinely look back and say i enjoyed freshers week. I didn't understand human level so they walk among us. Catherine apparently say it's not but i didn't enjoy today i just dino it it just i mean there were no crowds. We need the. We're going to be crowds that that was a shame How how much. How much was the fact that there were no quarrel to contributing factor. To the fact that today was a was a bit of a dump squib. I mean this has been the dump squib hof of proceedings burnett. We've we've we've made to conceal that on the podcast. You know there have been highlights will will big those up as best we can on today's pod but how. How much was it the crowd. I think it was definitely parts of it in that. You know we're all. I did feel a bit of a downer just because yesterday was so exhilarating and and it has been such a lovely failing to have crowd noise again. Because we've we've been went out and delivered this last week so that that was in the back of mind. I mean there were moments. I compensated in the way that i would've done with the crowd and then there was silence and i had to say oh i forgot. There's nobody here quite open because it's you might as well just be honest and admit it's weird. It is weird at the same time. I feel like for people like us certainly me anyway. I shouldn't speak few too. But i just i'm so i love watching sport so much when it's when it's tied and when the stakes are high the not having the crowd gives me something else and we. We definitely tapped into that at the us open and through some of the other events because kind of we. We didn't have any choice. It's either embrace that or be down about it all and if you actually listen and watch especially today as this was the first match i've ever seen of nadal at a grand slam. We had the two but at a grand slam especially with the little question marks about the back and all that sort of thing and being being pushed as hard as come pasha possibly push him. I loved just watching dow compete in this role style without any cut-away as to the crowd or anything just so pule to be out to. I felt like a like a sneaked into private match and could just watch. And and so i got something from that and i was intrigued by some of the matches exhilerated. Not really and it is. It is more pure than other slam tennis or any tennis that we've seen without crowds because they weren't prepared for this. There's no attempt to conceal the empty seats. There's no crowd noise track on standby it is exposed before your eyes and is
Use AstraZeneca vaccine even in countries with variants, WHO panel advises
"The vaccine made by AstraZeneca and Oxford University should be used in places with new variants of the Corona virus. The vaccine ran into some trouble this past weekend when a small study out of South Africa showed it wasn't very effective against the new dominant strain of the virus there, joining us now MPR's global health correspondent Jason Beaubien to talk more about this. Hi, Jason. Hey, Rachel. The world's been waiting on wh o authorization of this very important vaccine. What did they say today? Yeah, Today, this was not yet the full authorization. They were offering interim guidance. But it was very important And basically, they're saying yes, the AstraZeneca's vaccine can still be used. And there's basically saying that this study showed that there was reduced efficacy on this dominant strain that has started T O Be spreading in South Africa. But even so, the limited evidence almost no evidence that it was preventing severe disease. So based on what they're seeing, they're saying that countries, including South Africa should push forward with using this vaccine. Here's Catherine O'Brien. She's the head of immunization at the W. H O The advice from sage and taken on board, now by wh O is to proceed with the vaccine, even in the setting of variants. And that was the key takeaway. Keep proceeding with these vaccines. Even where we're seeing these these new variants popping up but Jason that city from this past weekend, Not only did it show that in in preventing extreme disease, it showed there was a market reduction in the effectiveness of AstraZeneca vaccine in preventing mild to moderate disease, So I mean, given that how do they justify going ahead? Well, they say that that study was a small study. Um, and that's that he didn't answer the question about you know our old people protected by this vaccine or not, And they believe that the AstraZeneca vaccine even in what looks like you know, the worst place in the world right now, In terms of variants, South Africa, It's still offers some protection and it hopefully will keep older people from getting really sick. Bond. That's why they're saying they should keep moving forward with it until there's more evidence. So let's remind listeners this acting is not on the list of vaccine slated for use in the U. S, right. Yes, that's correct, but it still is not yet right now. Yeah, but it's still very important to much of the world. Absolutely. It is by far the most significant vaccine in terms of doses that are expected to be delivered this year. They're our purchase orders for more than two million doses of this vaccine. The AstraZeneca Oxford vaccine, the next leading manufacturer, globally, Speiser and their commitments about half of that roughly a billion doses. And the majority of AstraZeneca's vaccines are ex slated to go toe low and middle income countries. The WH OSE chief scientist Suman Swaminathan, she warned. Frontline workers and people who are risk of getting coded. Don't shop around, she said. Don't wait for the perfect vaccine. So now he's much better than waiting for something. Potentially. That may come down the road after six months or a year, So anything that's being approved by wh Oh, that's available in the country. Please don't take it. So there's really just the sense of urgency. She's saying, if you're getting offered a vaccine, go for it using while they still work what happens at this point So right now we're waiting on the W H o to actually offer my emergency youth listening, which we're expecting that to come in the next couple of weeks. All right, NPR's Jason Beaubien. Thank you. You're welcome.
2021 Golden Globe Nominations Announced
"Desperate dose of hollywood glamour. We've got you covered because the golden globe. Nominations just dropped. The ladies crashed this morning and the competition is intense. Let's start with best performance by an actress in a limited series or motion. Picture made for television. There's some really big names on here. Caitlyn jet nicole kidman. This is a hard one for me. This was a hard one for me because miss america was one of my favorite shows of the year cable on shed got on the screen every single time and it was like she was doing oscar worthy performance in every single episode with that being said everyone saw the undoing. Yeah once saw nicole. Kidman bringing that drama but us in the unorthodox i know given the emotional than gravitating. It's so i am. You're right and exact. Same way i feel. It's one of those. Like i would be happy with any of those one guy wanted more for one person and i want to be definitive with you guys but truthfully They love cate blanchett shocked. If kaitlyn does not win but at the same time the coal kidman is also loved it so good and she came back after a while and whatnot or wildlife. The big little i. She's been on a roll lately. But the hollywood foreign press loves ingenue. They knew they love when rachel processing. Shera my dad no come on. What's one just couldn't stop watching about the better show. That's a problem. Richard would have been a conversation. Okay i think as if if you go based on the performance of a really pushing you sheera was tough. That's a tough role to do. So i really wanna give it to her. You know but again. I won't be mad if nicole arcade take it too. I just think the co kidman gave us nicole kidman and big little lies and we were here for the drama. The rich family that goes through something hard and we got it again doing about it just seemed like more like the same character however when cable on announced that she was doing miss america. We were all like blanchette hundred. I have gone back to visit. Does that make you mad as a television out. No i'm fine with it. You could one. It's different day rappers. Upcoming stars people from london coming over. It's a giant pool does so it's fine all right. Well let's talk about this one best performance by an actress in television series trauma. Now we've got some familiar names that we see almost every year of coleman jody comber and my core and laura linney answer a in you know i just gotta go coleman i mean i just billing. They love her. They always lever. She's always good. She always sales it and I think is gonna probably get it again. So let me take anything. The crown anything and everybody on the crime i could be on the crown go. I don't know i was waiting okay. Well what about this fun. Category best performance by an actress and a television series musical or comedy. Let's see the list here. I love all these shows to let me. Just let you know something. Look jane levy. I love you. You were amazing. I'm sorry you're gonna be pushed aside because what we have here is we have catherine o'hara who is stepping into the game shits creek was one of the biggest winners at the emese. People started talking about it. People started benching all six seasons of this thing. And we have not seen catherine o'hara on our screens in such a long time. Then we got this this moment with crawl right. She was it was like she was in on the joke that she was a joke in her character was it just was the best show ever totally. You work so hard and so long and then you're in something and no one you know when it was over on Was a pop. Yeah when say we're about we're pop but it was all pop. No one really knew about it. I was a fan but it just blew up and then everyone got those awards every what was this is like no other people like i've been a fan. It's been on those levi's please.
Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules
"Okay, so you'll have to correct me if I'm wrong when I described this, But there was a skit I want to say in the nineties when Alec Baldwin used to guest host all the time. And the skit Woz. He was operating a dirty cake shop. And people would go in and they would try to buy all these various kinds of dirty cakes, and he would suggest a cake with a woman sitting on a toilet. And then the customer would be disgusted and they would leave and then the next one would come in and the sales pitch would be exactly the same. He would lead him in that direction. And every customer that came into the cake shop. Got that same pitch. Do you remember that's get Try to remember that one. I gotta look that one up. Yeah, that's worth checking out on YouTube. That character in that skit kind of reminds me of the L A times is wrong, Lynn because every question that he asked, is, Do you feel vindicated for setting all the restaurants down? He asked it to Barbara. For rare, He asked it to the mayor. In fact, let's listen. Let's listen to him. Ask that question to Barbara Ferrer. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today. Dr Pereira and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor further, and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the safe ride home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Okay. Now, let's get a completely different question. For l. A mayor Eric Garcetti. I'm deeply feel vindicated that you backed the public Health department here because you know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but In the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you. You should really work in a dirty cake shop. Joining us to talk about this and much, much more. Is Fox 11th Film Illusion. Bill Welcome. Hey, John. Thanks for having me, man. That's quite a Quite a variety of questions there. Yeah. You know what? Um, I heard the same thing I was listening in on the DPH pressure the other day. When I heard that question asked in my my job kind of hit the floor. I understand. Ron later explained that he was talking about That our number that health officials like to talk about you know how many people get infected by one single person, he says. That number got lower, but I mean, look at any chart after the outdoor dining band went into effect, our numbers shot up like a missile straight up right afterwards. And if you were we remember at the time supervisors Catherine Parker and Janice Hahn They voted against it. They were concerned that hey, if we shut down outdoor dining, where essentially going to be forcing people indoors, going into the fall going into the colder weather? We're worried people are going to congregate indoors more. And you know, people can debate the outdoor dining ban all they want, but the fact is In the months after it. We went into our worst surge ever, and we're still not out of it. Um, so I don't understand why it would be asked of health officials that they feel vindicated for that. Um, it was just bizarre from my perspective. Well in L. A doesn't operate in a vacuum. We have other cities and other states that air doing similar things and one of the reasons that the city of Chicago decided to reopen their bars and restaurants. I believe for not just outdoor, but indoor dining as well. Was because they realize that by shutting all of them down what they did was, they pushed everyone into crowded little apartments or Grandma's kitchen for Christmas or whatever, and that caused their numbers to explode. The same thing happened in Los Angeles. Yeah. And now they're taking another page out of the exact same playbook. They today they're letting outdoor dining reopen with the caveat that TVs have to be turned off s. Oh, So now the idea is, obviously they don't want people gathering at sports bars and restaurants to watch the Super Bowl next weekend, right? So what they haven't learned. What are people going to do now? Okay, so they don't want him watching it outside. They want to take the outdoor option away. What are people gonna do? Instead? They're gonna watch it indoors. They're going to go to private parties at home. They're gonna watch it. It have people over to watch the game. I would think health officials would want people outside in the fresh air at lower capacity. Rather than crammed inside of private homes. Um, but, hey, I'm not a health expert, but it just seems it just seems logical. So, yeah, they're reopening the outdoor dining today, but TV is has to be gone or turned off.
2 Dead After Hostage Situation, SWAT Standoff At Texas Medical Office
"Learning more tonight after that hostage standoff at texas medical office ending with two people dead including a beloved pediatrician and mother of three. Here's abc's marcus tonight. Authorities revealing new details in an hours long standoff. That left this forty three year. Old mother of three and pediatrician debt late. Tuesday afternoon austin. Texas police rushed to a doctor's office on reports that a man now identified as dr barack narrow monchy was holding five workers hostage including dr catherine linley dotson hostages telling police now ramon. She was allegedly on a pistol and would appear to be a shotgun. He told the hostages to tie themselves up. Some of the hostages were able to escape and some of them were ultimately released. Only dotson left in the office. Negotiators tried to speak to narrow monchy. And when swat officers finally entered the building they found both doctors dead police calling it a murder suicide today. A communities pain on full display at the tragic scene datsuns family saying in a statement quote. She brightened our lives and lifted us up with her laughter which was like magic. The say the forty three year old suspect. Also a pediatrician had recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer and given weeks to live. We feel like his terminal. Cancer probably played a large part in whatever it was that occurred in his life and what was happening yesterday. David police say narrow monterey revisited. That office in the last week or two wanting to volunteer he met with dotson and others but eventually it was turned down tonight. The alleged motive in this case is a mystery
Authorities Arrest Riley Williams, Pennsylvania Woman Accused Of Stealing Nancy Pelosi’s Laptop During Capitol Attack
"Of Pennsylvania woman wanted in connection with the assault on the U. S capitol and who is accused of having taken a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office is now in FBI custody. CBS is Catherine Herridge says It's just one of many arrests after the Capitol mob attacked Jonathan Crowley, former U. S Marine and Jessica Watkins, an Army veteran, turned themselves into authorities. The FBI said Watkins Group is affiliated with the oath Keepers. Militia members are known to wear a distinctive clothing patch, and both suspects apparently sported the patches during the riot. As the investigation accelerates. CBS News is told to expect more arrests as investigators focus on questions of coordination and premeditation. When
No AAPI Cabinet Secretary!? (With Madalene Mielke)
"Madly milk. Welcome back to the motto. Majority podcast today. Thanks so much. Appreciate having a having having you have me. Yeah absolutely well. We love our previous conversation back in episode. One one to talking about your career your life story from the very beginning you know your political career dating back to al gore's presidential campaign. I believe so. I encourage everybody to listen to episode one until after this episode to get to know your personal story a little bit better but today we are going to focus on. You know some current topics. Niger say before we get into that. You are the president and ceo of the organization. Asian pacific american institute for congressional studies or apec. Could you give us a quick overview of the mission and the goal of this organization. You're leading which. I think actually is a good background and foundation for other stuff. We're gonna talk about later on in this interview. Well absolutely so apex down at twenty. Six years ago by former secretary norm annetta when he was a member of congress. He founded it alongside on the congressional asian pacific american caucus k. pack which comprise of the api members of the us house and senate and so apex mission is to increase a representation at all levels of government From community service to elected office and have them participate at all levels of the electoral process. Gotcha so it's interesting that you mention norman. Mineta who i think is one of the first cabinet secretaries of asia-american designed in our country. I don't know the first night check on that. The first right okay. So yeah. I think he was transportation secretary. He was actually commerce. Secretary and president clinton's administration got it and then went to transportation under the bush administration. Gotcha gotcha he has this. Unique history of serving the first cabinet secretary serving both administrations both parties administrations. And really i think started in important. I guess trend of representation that is about to end with the incoming biden administration. And we're talking about as we are a few days before job and becomes president to be inaugurated. This will be the first time in close more than twenty years that they will not be in asia. American or pacific islander as a cabinet secretary in an administration whether it's democrat or republican for the first time. And you as the leader of a pack which is a nonprofit has spoken out quite a bit about a lack of representation. Could you share with us. What is your view of what is about to happen with this. Lack of representation in the incoming administration sure dodge. Obviously we have an incoming vice president. Who is a pi asian american. She south asian descent black vice president-elect kamla harris and also to cabinet level positions. They don't head up an executive department of which there are fifteen. And that's catherine tie. Vr and near attendant. You know the to cabinet. Level positions obviously have a lot of influence and i will just use the word sides the congressional hispanic caucus and the congressional black caucus as well as k. Pack when they sent a joint letter over a hundred and fifteen members of congress to the by the administration saying close to equal equal. And so that is that those were their words and so And so you know. I cabinet secretary heads of an executive department. And there's only fifteen of them and so when you think about that fifteen how's that diversity including asian americans. It doesn't because there isn't one of the fifteen a. I applaud the administration for their work in trying to expand diversity in having openly. Lgbtq individual leading agency And native american woman of half of the cabinet will be women so all those great things. So if you wanted to find diversity and not include asians in the fifteen than i need to ask you. What is your definition of diversity. Because we seem we've seen this play out and other places where the state of washington. I think they're department of education. Basically categorized asian americans as white so obviously a different definition of diversity.
Authorities Arrest Pennsylvania Woman Accused Of Stealing Nancy Pelosi’s Laptop During Capitol Attack In Washington, DC
"Riley Williams of Pennsylvania woman wanted in connection with the assault on the U. S capitol and who is accused of having taken a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office is now in FBI custody. CBS is Catherine Herridge says It's just one of many arrests after the Capitol mob attack. Donovan Crowl, a former U. S. Marine, and Jessica Watkins, an Army veteran, turned themselves into authorities. The FBI said Watkins Group is affiliated with the oath Keepers. Militia members are known to wear a distinctive clothing patch in both suspects apparently supported the patches during the riot. As the investigation accelerates. CBS News is told to expect more arrests as investigators focus on questions of coordination and premeditation.
School gate racism, education reclaimed, and family found
"You have caught an enormous something or other dragonfly. It's huge thing. I can't resist innocent and kill it. But i thought maybe we could katie swan and then if we get anymore. Let your guard just alana. Line me i'm a phd. Cantuta university of adelaide so working on parasitic wasps. My mission is to take a bit more of an appreciation awareness of what's around them which these kids have wholeheartedly. Fish-net khanna looking. It's camouflage really like i'm bringing you powerful personal stories from three generations of indigenous. Australians today talking. Racism in classrooms transcending the past triumphantly pushing past the low expectations others can have for you and on knowing who you are but hey this is a science camp. So let's get some of that good stuff out by the river without insect. Nate's i love it. Because when i was little i used to do this in the backyard. Just for the fun of it like we did one And stuff and then done things. We went touch the real big success. That's scary this year. Eleven student catherine. She's from queensland. I've always had an interest in bite of. Because when i was talking about it in school i just found it fascinating. The way things like adapted to the surroundings and how strong some animals off much study in unique. I definitely want medicine like the medicine or science and even in science the medicines. 'cause on sir fascinated about the way humans walk like animals too but mostly humans like al brain the actual in a workings about nerves and system and everything. I just find it so fascinating into the people with knowledge of that. It's just it's mind blowing to me. If you average or strait olander you make up about three percent over strategies population but just under two percent of all students enrolled at university are indigenous. That's growing by around half a percent over the last decade or side when it comes to unique courses in the natural and physical sciences. It and engineering. Less than one percent of students are indigenous for fifty medicine. That's around two point. Four percent and of course completion rights alario. But this camp is about helping to change. It's about road testing university. So my name's malcolm raleigh. I'm an epidemiologist with sorrow food and nutrition and things are about to get very real for the students right now. We're talking about their activities for the rest of the week in particular. Their inquiry is quite a lot of pressure for them. They'll need to spend a lot of their time thinking about the question that they want to investigate for the next few days and then they'll have to be ready to presented by next week. You asking them to do a scientific experiment in two days scientific inquiry that might be an experiment but might be some other activities but in today's yep They'll spend a lot of the allison day. Doing it will be under a lot of pressure. But based on previous years they do a great job so they've got to collect data they definitely have to collect data that to interpret data and to present it. All of those a pressure situation said the pressure is on from pretty much all mice now not quite a couple of days. I think feel it from tomorrow morning. Research can be conceded. A dirty word safe westhead is a young research scientist and regular mentor on these caves. He comes from reggie country new south wales research was something that was dumb on aboriginal people not with aboriginal people and certainly not let by aboriginal people but as we get more aboriginal academics in high positions within the academy. This is where we can start to see a change of the culture so we need young people. All of the students present curious and inquisitive mind and from my perspective. That's all you need to be a scientist. The rest is just learning specific language to arts of the specific questions that you come up with and that's just a process anybody can do that.
Expats in Italy
"Let's start the hour with a look at the other side of the coin has a couple of americans explain how they reinvented themselves when they moved to italy. Have you ever liked what you saw in italy so much that you dreamed of actually moving there. I have to admit i've been tempted myself. We're joined now on travel. With rick steves by two people who gave into that temptation and now they're living their dreams and rod left her job and twenty fourteen and moved to cnn and long so for him. To medallion settled down within near sorrento above the coffee. Coast anna an and join us now to tell us their story. Thanks for joining us. Thanks so anna. How did you end up in sienna. I studied italian in college. Fell love with it. Decided to move to italy after college. Move to to rin then ended up doing graduate work in manchester became professor and then realized that i needed to get to sienna because i did my thesis on saint catherine of sienna and every summer i went every summer. Got harder to come back to the states. So i eventually just decided to move there. And that was a few years ago and You must like it. Because you're still there i do. I love it by the way big industrial city in the north. No nonsense fantastic city. Though the best food real interim people think about that but you ended up in sort of the fairytale medieval tower not an end lung. What's your story. I changed my major twice in university and so decided to take months break to go to italy to try to learn the language. Because i'd been there on vacation before and then after six months decided to stay in ended up marrying an italian and been thirty eight years living in sorrento thirty eight years in beautiful lemon cellos cream. Lemon cellos with those nothing. Better i can't think of a more dolce rental so now you've been there thirty eight years in a small town a small community in community above surrender. You always the foreigner You don't look italian. I'm a foreigner. I definitely have strange ways the way i do things It's foreign but i've been absorbed into the community. They think of me as a local. Because i've withstood thirty eight and you respect the do respect them and there's a lot of my friends that were foreigners that have left sense and they get no respect. I can respect accepted in the community. Are you taken seriously at community meetings or parent teacher meetings. Whatever you might be into you sit there at the table and and you're part of the community and they'll ask me about my opinion about local ideas and things and i'm raising family in the community as well so it touches my life. Now anna i always think of who settled in. Europe is experts. Yes but you're also just flat out. Immigrants immigrants exactly it which my friends in santa always remind me of ohio the immigrants. What's the difference between an ex pattern and immigrant. Well if we're going to be blunt the color of your skin. Isn't that something. I know in italy relationships seem to be really important to get things done personally and in your in your work life. Talk about the importance of relationships. In italy the hugely important and i think that had i not found myself in a contrada in sienna. I don't think i would have stayed because it's so important to be a part of a community. And i am the american in the she wolf so you really identify with the she wolf district. Yes loo- i know that because you guys won the palio two times in one year. Yes we did. And cnn has this passion for the neighborhood. yes. I mean famously. With these contrada. Yes and think that. Cnn is very much a walled city in in both senses of the word because it has the walls that are still there from medieval times. But there's this wall mentality as well where it's hard to enter and to become a part of the community. So i feel very lucky that i found myself in the contrada and they accepted me eventually but like and said it took awhile. Oh she's still coming back so she is she
Arizonans 65 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting next week
"This hour we took you live to the Arizona Department of Health Services Update on the covert 19 vaccine distribution. We had some technical difficulties, but we have those resolved and we want to bring you now. The rest of that briefing with all the details. Here's Dr Carol Chris, director of our State Health department. So now provide some updates on covert 19 vaccine and implementation of our program here in Arizona. One of the exciting updates that we made today. It is not this week that is not reflected on our chart. It will not be reflected until Tuesday, but Arizona made the decision that Arizonans 65 8 years of age and older are now prioritized. To be vaccinated against covert 19 in our prioritized phase one be along with our education and child care services and our protective services occupations, which includes law enforcement, corrections and fire. This recommendation was approved by the Arizona Vaccine and Antiviral Prioritization Advisory Committee, which is intended to protect those who are most at risk for severe outcomes due to Cove in 19. So we know that those there are over the age of 65 have all higher likelihood of hospitalization and death, and by be getting people vaccinated in several weeks from now we hope to reduce the strain on Arizona's hospitals. And you can find additional information on our website at easy Health. Doc Dub slash find vaccine. And on Tuesday, we will be updating that to provide clarity about which counties are going to be vaccinated the 65 to 74 year old age group at their vaccination sites. We also have counties that have moved into our prioritized. Phase one B and we have some that are fully in phase one B. So if you look at the map of Arizona, the counties that Aaron Black are still in phase one A. So does our healthcare providers and our long term care facility, residents and staff. When you look at our darker gray, that's the prioritized phase one be, so that's going to be the face that we just talked about. Currently. We are vaccinating age 75 older. Along with educators and child care and their support staff and our protective services occupations. When we increase to one be that also includes our Sent can keep our society functioning. That will be people who work in the transportation industry, including gas stations, shipping those types of things. The food industry, including agriculture. S so there's a large number of there's a large list of employees that are eligible for the one B category that is located on our website. Um But you can find out what what phase Each county is in, and we update this infographic daily, and you can link to it off of easy health. Doc Club slash find a vaccine. As of today, over 232,000 doses of vaccine have been administered statewide. So now we'll move into Arizona's vaccine allocation and administration. Over the next few weeks, A DHS will be working to increase access to vaccine increase the rate of vaccination into streamline communications. So as you look at the vaccine, I'm distribution overview. Arizona currently follows a local Allocator model for vaccine distribution. Our local part partners are the backbone of the vaccine program implementation and know their counties that are no they're partners and their counties the best so our federal partners every week provide our Arizona's allocation to the state. We divide that allocation of based on priorities to our local partners, who then will determine which providers in their local jurisdiction will receive that scene for that week. We collect all of those orders on Ben. We place Arizona's full order for that week, and then the federal government will ship those orders directly to the providers that we have ordered on behalf of as vaccine becomes more and more available. We will no longer need to use this local Allocator model and providers such as pharmacies, community health centers and physician's offices will be able just to directly order vaccine from the manufacturers. So this week we received additional first dose allocations of Fizer, which were distributed again. Toe America and Pima County's All 15 counties received Madonna doses, and so we continued to reserve given the unique storage requirements for our Fizer vaccine. We continue to reserve our Majority vaccine for our local or rural health departments. Um In addition to receiving that first those first doses of visor and Madonna vaccine we have received our second doses so that we can continue vaccinating those that I've already received their first US. And have had that either 21 or 28 Day waiting period. This is Dr Cara Chris State Health director, speaking at the Health Department's covert 19 vaccination rollout. Press briefing on Katie Our news 92 3 FM. So during the week of January, 18th Arizona will have been allocated 803,150 doses total. You can see how that's been allocated across the state. You can see at the bottom where we have prioritized our CDC Long term care facility partnership by providing them with the vaccine that they need to vaccinate our Our staff and residents that are long term care facilities. And then you can also see the number of doses that have gone to the state of Arizona. Um Not all of these doses of the 803 have arrived in Arizona. A number of these doses have been allocated to, um Have been ordered for our county partners and will arrive next week. They We anticipate that with the federal holiday. Usually they arrive Monday through Wednesday. We anticipate that they will arrive Tuesday through Friday of next week. So we continue to add additional sites for vaccine administration, So we have initial phase one and phase one B vaccination sites throughout the state. We have over 200 vaccination sites on our website. We also have activated the second phase of the CDC pharmacy partnership, which began the week of December. 27th. So we initially prioritized in phase one of that partnership are skilled nursing facilities, which are highest security, long term care facilities. Um As of the end of this week, all of those facilities will have had at least their first visit from CVS or Walgreen's, and they are scheduling appointments to start assisted living facilities throughout the state next week. So as additional state. Um uh, that scene becomes available, We will be adding additional providers we've had over 730 providers on bordered with a DHS and over 800 pharmacies statewide have enrolled in the CDC pharmacy program to provide in store vaccinations. We have talked on each week about the long term care partnership that CDC put together with our pharmacy partners. So our pharmacy partners code into the facility's and vaccinate the staff and residents of that facility. Um as of this week over 140 skilled nursing facilities scheduled to receive vaccinations, and they will begin vaccinating are assisted living and our group homes starting next week. We've got over 2000 facilities enrolled in the federal program where one of the states with the highest number of facilities enrolled, and our goal is to cover approximately 450,000 residents and staff over the next couple of months. So this is part of the infographic that we post each day on our website. If you look you can see by county what phase That county is currently vaccinating. The total vaccines and ministered along with the vaccination rate per 100,000. And so you can see statewide 232,000 vaccines have been administered. Um, This may not include some of the doses that are provided by our tribal Our federal partners is this is pulled out of the States Immunization registry. So to talk about updates and announcements of this week. On Monday, we had a soft launch of the State Farm Stadium Probate 19 vaccination site. So far we've administered over 20,000 vaccinations at that site, and we are averaging apart between 203 100 vaccinations per hour. We have booked tens of thousands of appointments through January 31st and anticipate opening up additional appointments. That will be between February 1st and February 28th. Those appointments will open up on January 19th at 9 A.m.. We're very excited. Because our partners have really made this endeavor possible. It's a whole community partnership. And again, we just want to thank the Department of Emergency and Military Affairs, the Arizona Cardinals and state from Stadium Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, The Catherine and Ben I. V Foundation. Arizona State University and Walgreens. All of these, these groups are playing a large role at the site on D have made this possible. Way also are very excited about the launch of our second state run of vaccinations site. This will be located at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. We are still looking to see how many doses we will have available for that. For that site, so the number of appointments will depend on the available vaccine again. We're partnering with the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs and Arizona State University to run this site. Arizona State University currently runs a testing a saliva based testing site at this location and so they will scale up to provide vaccination administration. Again. Registrations for appointments are going to open up Tuesday, January 19th at 9 A.m. for this site. We updated our easy health. Dr. Hobbes Flash find vaccine website with an interactive map. You can go onto the map. It has all of the current locations with vaccine, you can select a sight and a box will pop up that has information about that site and a link to their registration. So not all of them. Not all vaccine providers are utilizing the state's vaccine management system. Some providers air using their own appointments software, but we will link to them whenever we have that information so that it's one stop shopping when you go to our our map. We will continue to update this map with additional vaccination sites as they come. In a couple of other exciting announcements, we have been expanding access. So a DHS activated the CDC retail pharmacy program. This is going to add up to 100 pharmacy stores over the next few weeks. The first pharmacies to come on board in Arizona are gonna be fries, Safeway and Albertsons. And so those will be included on our sites as we get notified, which pharmacies which specific pharmacy locations will have that scene? But they will be on our website and will be another source for those that are eligible to receive vaccine to go get vaccinated when this program becomes fully activated, more than 800 pharmacies will have covert 19 vaccine available in Arizona. We currently have more than 200 vaccination sites on our website that have received vaccine and this includes 45 community health centers as well. So if you are eligible and you receive care at one of our community health centers You could check on our website to see if they have received vaccine. And again just another update on helping our Arizona hospitals. We have been recruiting nurses with a nursing staffing contract here in the state. That's been one of our most successful endeavors. We are very excited. The majority of the nurses are here. When they arrive. They will stay on site for eight weeks with an opportunity to extend that On gesso. As of last week. 348 nurses have started work. We anticipated almost 200 more arriving this week again that We don't necessarily count them until we've heard that they have Arrived in the state and are attending on boarding at their assigned hospital. But we continue to work with our staffing contract to get all of the nurses that we can here in. Arizona State health director Dr Cara Crist went with her press briefing on covert 19 vaccine rollout that coming from the state Health Department. Go
"catherine" Discussed on Masters in Business
"Help institutions for so long. So as i said everyone of our wealth management clients. We spent a lot of time with them to actually develop an investment policy statement. Just as an institution would have and how do we do that. We do that by by first and foremost having to figure out with our goal is i'd every family's different there's an adage that we see one wealthy family you've seen one wealthy family and that's true. Every family is different. Every family has different. You know near term and long term goals so the first thing we try to do is really be clear on what that goal is. And most of the time we find that there's two aspects to it aspect number one has to do with lifestyle. They want a certain amount of income to support. You know lifestyle particularly as they move into retirement. And then the second tends to be about legacy. What are the things that you wanna preserving your family and they could be financial the financial To preserve from one generation to the next because our clients have wealth that outlived them. And so we focus very very hard on what what is back gold. And then we use a lot of modeling tool to show all the variables that will impact that goal. Some of them are obvious right. The market and f- allocation rights of will trigger back and forth between different locations to show the impact of them over time. Some of them are uniquely in your control. Spending rates every institutional investor hyper policy on fending. Nobody requires an individual to have a policy. Or you're gonna philosophy on spending and yet it has an enormous amount of impact on wealth accumulate over time increasingly. We take into account borrowing right. Our clients don't have to borrow but just like major companies that might make sense from a capital allocation perspective. Another thing that we have to take into account as after tax return institutions. Don't pay taxes our clients pay taxes every year and every generation. So you have to keep an eye On after tax returns and so we built models that help us to integrate all of these things and allow us to kind of show clients. Perspectively the impact of choices on asset allocation spending on borrowing on taxes to try to help them chart not only the goal. But what are the things that i have to get their catherine. Let's talk a little bit about the clients of of being y who who is the typical wealth management customer. Tell us about them.
"catherine" Discussed on Masters in Business
"I have an extra special guest and once again it was a tour to force. Catherine keating has quite the storied history In the financial services world she is not only the ceo of the bien y mellon's wealth management group She is a regular on all of the most powerful women in finance less previously. She was ceo previously. She was chief executive officer of common funds and head of investment management and ceo of the us private bank at j. p. morgan. She has really a fascinating Background they are one of the larger asset managers. And so what being why mellon does when it comes to Generational wealth transfer and philanthropic planning. And all these other areas related to the core of of wealth management. They are very much a thought leader in the space and and their actions have a ripple effects throughout the industry. I found this to be just an absolutely fascinating conversation. We definitely went deep into the weeds discussing things. Like certain types of retaining trysts guarantor ross. But generally everything was very accessible. And quite fascinating. If you're remotely interested in the asset management business or financial planning well strap yourself in because this is going to be absolutely fascinating with no further ado. My conversation with catherine keating.
"catherine" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"I got I so I so I didn't say anything to anyone until like a year ago. When I first ought to tell my all of my friends I didn't even tell any of the women I was in love with I was in love with them. Really I've told one of them now. I was in love with them many many many years ago. It would be so annoying. I would be upset you. Would it'd be so annoyed if you were like FYI Catherine four years ago I was in love with the I hate you. How dare you? How dare you? Why did you stop being in love with me? Click never. It's never a great bit of information to deliver. I was afraid of the conversations and again we didn't have anyone talking about it, and it was so fucking ridiculed and. Being an And also it felt. For the last ten years, it made me afraid. I looked like I was jumping on a trendy bandwagon, so that made me even more afraid of saying it would just. Engage within like activism. It's like Oh fuck off. A Brown woman also queer how to disability when you were younger like stopped taking all the boxes. Comes from the presumption that it makes your life easier to be those things which is such nonsense concern. It's construed in favor of like the narrative where white men are being attacked at the moment, which statistically does not bear it so can jog on, but I think also we when you come in as a by woman people I like. especially. I met I. don't even with boys. SOBIBOR like prove asche. Don't I don't have to I have to. If I never had sex with the woman, I would still be by if I tell you. I'm by the end of conversation. Urgent has no sexuality or anyone do. It doesn't if it's the exact same concept, so you'll find it hot because of porn. Some people worry that by people are going to cheat which so ridiculous, just because there's a big pool of people that they are attracted to. And also cheap because I'm sometimes a bad person, not because I'm buying. Can I just clarify? Completely floored me. Think about it's ridiculous like. If you think I might cheat new the women, then you should also think I might cheat on you with a man like this. There are seven billion people on this planet. And, so you know it's just. It's ridiculous to think that there is something inherently greedy or untrustworthy about someone who went to pick side and certainly God help us with us pans. Out My goodness. Yeah well I mean. This is why monogamy instead Jimmy. That and why? The weather is so bad, so it's all very complicated and all this always gone to finish the sentence. No, it wasn't important. I just want to say I'm really happy that you found a wonderful relationship and and love, and you can be so open and go on TV with your girlfriend. Will and so I think that that's really fabulous, and and it's been really wonderful to be able to watch your stuff together online and just feel like so many so many young. Do you get so many messages from young people saying they feel seen? I mean Sarah gets a lot of messages. Cassandra looks like the quintessential like androgynous. Boy which I think like baby, gays absolutely adore. I get more like. Thank you for showing that. We can wear lipstick and eat women which. I think garment will reach more aggressively. You know maybe. It's not doesn't feel like the same level level of the Bush. And you know it, also we are it so not lost on us that we grew up and that was not there and and. The only we're TV, we watched whereas sugar, rush and the L word, if I could manage to tape it at night and watch it when nobody else was in so. Get get going sorry delays or sometimes i. Sorry. I'm sorry. I'm it's not lost on us that we get to be on TV opening talking about our lives, and it's exciting and that also it's suddenly. PEOPLE WANNA. Hear a beddis because people have been starved to stories that are their own, and it's exciting, and now we have feel-good on Netflix. Oh my.
"catherine" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"On eight, won't because that's not how it works then. Some that that cast on the credibility of your OCD. That's the kind of aversion therapy that worked for me. Baby steps baby steps of like. Let's I'm now so uncomfortable in living the way that I live I'm actually a willing to risk the worst case scenario by just trying bit by bit. These different steps to you know just being able to carry on a life is less stressful it is, isn't it? It's that kind. A moment of like I'm so desperate to be to be rid of this controlling force. Design now willing to try anything. That's actually exactly what I don't think I. Would Have Gotten Beshir had I been died maybe I don't believe I would have gotten better in the way that I did as as as quickly took years, but but as quickly as I, did had I necessarily been diagnosed earlier, but I got to a place where? I couldn't eat I couldn't cope I, couldn't. I just was so. Miserable that that the sort of yeah. I risking ish wasn't as scary anymore. Because life, life has source of. Stalled to a whole time, it was like well. What am I? Even doing I? Definitely did not endorse crashing and burning, but it is the way that a lot of people that I found. That is often when people tend to be the most likely to get help. It is always I coasted for such a long time as a very very very mentally ill person and it wasn't until I completely joust. Destroyed everything in my life and had no real reason to live that suddenly there was a bravery to me. The I'd never seen before. It was like I just chuck it in the fucking bucket, so let's get back to you so cognitive behavioral therapy. You found that very effective. Yes, I did and I still do. I also can't and I'm not going to understand it for anybody. I also would say that it's not for everybody, but for me medication. Helps at has always helped and will continue to help. It is likely something that I will be on for all of my life and I used to be so embarrassed about that because you say that and people have immediate opinions Oh, but surely if you were well, he wouldn't need to be which is a bit like saying shortly. You could get your like. Cholesterol medicine. Yes exactly or just like Oh. You have a pain in your arm short. You can take now like it's no. No, that's actually really maintaining the stability of the arm and I would say similarly it is maintaining the stability of me. And I used to be so sh- ashamed of it also. Very fearful of being my long-term stage, and now I'm like. Oh, I will speak exclusively to doctors about this, and I will continue to get their ongoing in Bush, but that is all that they're the only people whose opinions. I have Vani. Give any way to anymore, which is such a refreshing because most people who have opinions about? Medication about that either are not qualified to do so or don't know me or. Most, often I think have never tried it themselves and had that as some sort of character like A. I suppose. Date -ment, so it's like I, it's. Medication is indicative of weakness than I just I feel like I finally. Let go of that and I'm okay with it I'm really helps me and like I. Say isn't for everyone, and it takes a long time to find the right one I would say. I was definitely on the wrong medication to begin with. And now I'm very glad that I. Find it and I. Don't ever wished to give it up. Thank you very much. I mean. Rates I wish that we would have more people open about being on medication. CATEZ ICT medication back. 'cause I'm I'm just curious because I've never tried it. At inherent like I it's obviously dependent on each individual, and but in my particular case I'm on S.'s are is so anti anxiety depression medication? Initially I was on much heavier depression because when I was diagnosed I was in my worst possible state. The OCD had made me. Clinically depressed and so for me I don't. I don't know that I should speak to the size of a but for me. It's like. Having! Its ideas double of my energy coping like I just ran out of steam, and it was like having my batteries charged not fully, but some of the way that I could hear myself again like I could hear myself think and I had also doing the kind of work. It takes to get over mental illness and you can do. But people don't talk about the fact that doing it is exhausting, and it's confronting and is often means like bringing up trauma or Just doing the work like it's. It's like it's collected work as well if you think about like physiotherapy, it's kind of that like you just have to keep working the muscles to learn to show yourself empathy to learn to confront things that are difficult to do things that are scary to. To change the messaging in your brain, and so it was just like having a little bit more energy and a little bit more calm in the storm to be able to hear myself to work through this and I'm yeah. I guess I realized. I'm over apologizing for taking it and it really helps me. No I I. Don't think you'll all over I. Mean I personally don't perceive as apology just for whatever that's worth. I just think your reasoning to other people why you know, and also there we. Hear the stories of the bad side effects of medication, not knowing that there are hundreds or thousands, maybe even different types of medications which worked differently on different people that are always. That you can find we hear about weight gain, which terrifies in particular women and we hear about. Impotence potentially or just like lowest extra. Yes, so things can happen, but a sometimes it's okay to. It's always okay to fucking gain weight and have a lowest extra. It's constantly okay to do that. I'm just saying that that sometimes first of all, even if a medication that is right for you does cause those things. That's okay because we're dealing with your long. Long term survival, and if that's what gets you through this moment, then that's what you need to do. It's a bit like in the same way with health I am. I suffer from asthma. Sometimes I have to go on steroids very for very long period of time. The last time I was on the series steroids I gained seventy five pounds at five stone. Eight years ago. I think and it was the choice between okay well either. Will. Gain weight and be able to breathe will not gain weight and not be able to breathe. What would you like to choose? A very click on for me and so it's the same with any kind of mental health medication in my opinion. I really agree and also I feel like. I mean first of all. My obviously, my mental health had meant that I wasn't releasing, so I couldn't. I can't necessarily tell you whether or not I gained ways because I was. Tortured through Lawson I can eat now, or it's because of of there's an added element of having game some because of my medication, but I realized probably. Last two years because I was so afraid so afraid for my entire teenage years and early twenties of gaming wakes. Some some part of my brain still is, but was metra fight of it. Because I would be a failure when weirdly I've never been more successful than when I started eating. You fucking energy. You've got brain fish. You've neutral. Sleeping better. And also funnily enough when I do my job. People aren't like if I'm funny. I'm funny. Now is like but like what the what exactly are the size of her jeans. Just like.
"catherine" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Hello, and welcome to another episode of Way With Jamila I hope you are well. I am fine. I'm still in lockdown. I don't care what is opening backup. I refused to leave my house. I have somehow been lucky enough to find a way to do pretty much. All of my work from within my foot walls. I did have a friend over however this week and I experienced my first bout of social anxiety. In four months I was very surprised because someone I know very well. Who I met at Secondary School, so I was eleven and couldn't be more comfortable with, but she was coming over I hadn't seen her in ages months and months and months, and she was bringing a stranger over with her. No Stranger to hush, just find someone random in the street that someone I didn't know and I'd like little panic before they turned up which I wasn't prepared for suddenly just wondering, do I know how to read with people for sustained periods of time because I haven't Donald. Zoom quizzes and zoom. Parties Zoom Weddings I've I'd rather skin myself truly. An addict myself vinegar I I. Don't I don't feel comfortable in social situations. Anyway, never mind wants to involve tech and looking at. Anything that could be near myself in screen, or other people. Frankly I'm not. I'm not techy guy. So I was just very unprepared. Socially a went fine and great and lovely time, and so I just want to reassure anyone else out there. Who feels like they might be something wrong with them, because they suddenly find themselves panicky or uncomfortable socially now that they're starting to reenter quote unquote normality. Don't worry softening to me too, and it's happening to loads of other people we are. Human beings adapt very quickly to environment. So just like we adapted to lockdown, we will adapt to reinforce society in whatever capacity is safe and and good and easy for all brains, a speaking of brains. Today's episode is one I love so much it is with Irish. Stand up comedian and podcast host. Catherine, Bohara, she has this brilliant show. Could you'll do which she hosts with? Her girlfriend were different. Couples come onto. Onto that podcast together and took in depth about their relationship, and it's funny, and it's inciteful, and it's warm, and it's really unlike anything else that you hear so definitely go and check that out, but today Catherine and I spent the episode predominantly talking about mental health about OCD in particular OCD is something that I've struggled with and many of the people that I love. Most in the world have really really suffered. Through and I have not yet been able to find someone to publicly. Come have this discussion with me and Catherine goes out of her way to make sure she is. People are CD and de stigmatizing it by talking about both in a funny way, but also in a deeply empathetic way she has so much heart, and she knows so much information, and she so unjudgmental in the way that she communicates it and careful in the way that she talks about this condition, and she's also incredibly hopeful. I, mean just her existence gives. Me Hope for the people that I love to see this woman thrive through. What's a very very tricky condition that not enough people know enough about or understand, and so this episode is for you if you are someone who struggles with OCD and I know that the pandemic in particular has definitely. Provoked more symptoms of OCD and a lot of people around the world. Be that around hygiene thought I think generally people have been struggling with mental health through everything. That's been happening, so you aren't alone and there's nothing wrong with you abnormal for struggling with a part of your anatomy, whether it's your brain your body, it does make a difference and so I want that to be very clear, but I also think this episode is important for anyone who knows someone with OCD who doesn't understand exactly how this conditional works, and what it feels like to live with it, and so hopefully it could help you better. Support the people that you love who might be going through this at the moment. So, please enjoy the incredibly funny. The incredibly strong and wonderful Katherine Vaux..
"catherine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Russia went to war with Turkey in seventeen, eighty seven, and then with Sweden in seventeen, eighty eight, so catherine had other things to focus on, and she also recognized that the opera's themes would have more impact if they were staged after a Russian victory, or at least when victory seemed likely when the early reign of a leg was staged in the fall of seventeen, ninety Russia had signed a peace treaty with Sweden and had won a series of battles in the war with Turkey which seemed to be coming to a close. It was staged for a second time in seventeen, ninety five in its Libretto was published in multiple editions. People who have studied this opera in more recent decades have pointed out a lot of parallels between the opera and Catherine's objectives and policies. It's really deeply connected to Russian identity politics, and whatever its themes was that Russia had been a great empire that could be restored to greatness like Catherine's comedic work that we talked about earlier, the early reign of a leg was definitely something that she wrote forest specific purpose. It's a really good example of how Catherine shows exactly when and how to stage her operas. Have a particular impact. Catherine's influence on the development of Russian opera wasn't confined to justify specific works. We've talked about today. She wrote other works as well including as we've mentioned nine a total operas and various other plays ranging from one to five acts, but beyond mad, she also strongly encouraged the stock crecy, as we said to commission and stage works their own thanks to the ongoing advocacy of Catherine and Russia's other eighteenth century monarchs at least a hundred fifty Russian comic operas were written in the seventeen hundreds collectively these. These works established Russian folksongs as a major source of musical influence for Russian composers. They also laid the groundwork for combining western musical and theatre traditions with Russian culture, and they established a number of common themes and tropes in Russian. Comic Opera, including peasants and merchants as characters, monarchs, masquerading as peasants and vice versa and comic operas that ended with a big elaborate wedding as a more serious opera, the early reign of a leg was also one.
"catherine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Being sponsored by Hulu and their new series. The great which comes out on May fifteenth so the great is a not exactly historical series about Catherine the Great. That is somebody who previous hosts Kadian. Sarah did a three part series on back in August of two thousand ten even at three parts though there are so many other things we could talk about with Catherine the Great and so we had tons and tons of ideas when who asked us about sponsoring the show. We wanted to choose something that was more toward the fun end of the spectrum because the greats tone is pretty satirical and comedic. That was often comedic was the operas that Catherine Migrate wrote. And that is what we gonNA talk about today. We don't want to repeat too much of what is already in the archive but we do. WanNa give folks a quick refresher on. Who Catherine the? Great was just so you have some context in seventeen twenty nine. She was born Sophie. Frederick August a princess from Prussia and when she was fourteen she was selected to marry the man who would become Russian Emperor Peter the third after arriving in Russia and converting to Russian Orthodoxy. Sofi became known as you Kathrina which is anglicized. As Catherine Catherine's marriage to Peter did not go well. He was virtually her opposite stubborn. Rebellious immature uncultured and ill mannered without the aptitude or temperament to be a good emperor and he also humiliated her in public. They both had affairs and it's possible that he did not father any of her children. Nearly all of their eighteen year marriage took place before Peter became emperor during that. He increasingly showed himself to be incapable of ruling. Then Empress Elizabeth who was. Peter's aunt died on December twenty fifth. Seventeen sixty one. That's in the old style calendar That would be January. Fifth Seventeen Sixty two under the new style and with that Peter finally ascended to the throne. He did not stay there long though less than six months later. He was overthrown in a coup. That Catherine had helped orchestrate and he was assassinated a few days after that Catherine took his place becoming Empress Catherine the second and she reigned for thirty four years that made her Russia's longest ruling female monarch following the enlightenment ideal of the enlightened despot Catherine plan to modernize and reform the government cultivate the sciences and the arts and improve the lives of Russia's poorest people. She wanted to update the criminal code. Overhaul the justice system. She established Russia's first school for girls appointed. Its first professor of Russian law and established a society to translate great works of Foreign Literature into Russian. Russia also expanded its industry trade and infrastructure under Catherine's rule but a lot of Catherine's attempts at reforms fell very far short during her reign. Russia was politically pretty stable but frequently at war she annexed most of Ukraine and took control of part of Poland after an uprising in seventeen ninety. Four that of course expanded the Russian empire but it didn't necessarily help people who had just been annexed and although she had plans to emancipate Russia's serfs the end of her reign serfdom was actually more widespread and in a lot of cases. People were living in worse conditions than they had before this is especially true in Ukraine where the peasant class lost a lot of the freedoms that it had previously enjoyed. It took almost two hundred years for Catherine and her rule to start to get an honest historical reckoning for decades people instead focused on her twelve documented lovers who were spread out over forty four years and on salacious rumors about her love life or they wrote her off as a conniving German from an insignificant family who schemed her way onto the Russian throne or they dismissed her as vain as frivolous woman. Who was more focused on the court theatrical pomp and splendour than on ruling even though she and Peter the Great had some similar ambitions his were praised as groundbreaking and innovative while hers were disparaged as derivative and ineffective. There were certainly people who tried to glorify Catherine's time as an empress but she also had a lot of very vocal detractors. Catherine was not only Russian. Empress whose legacy was treated this way. Women ruled Russia for most of the eighteenth century between seventeen. Twenty five and seventeen ninety. Six four empresses were on the throne with really very little interruption between them but that's stretch of empresses was book ended by a society that was far more patriarchal before the Eighteenth Century. Russia's royal and Aristocratic Women had been sequestered away from the public and specifically for men in almost monastic buildings palace wings called Tarom's and after Catherine's death Russia's law of succession was changed to keep women off of the throne including specifically getting the emperor's wife out of the line of succession between Catherine the great death and the Russian revolution the Russian monarchy and society as a whole really tried to downplay the contributions of all four of these eighteenth century. Empresses I mean it was like these women had been in charge for roughly seventy five years and people wanted to Kinda sidestep that whole idea and those downplayed contributions by these women included. They're fostering of the arts which is what brings us back to opera. Various members of the Russian aristocracy started theater troops. In the first half of the eighteenth century the monarchy started to be more formally involved under Empress Elizabeth who came to the throne in seventeen forty one in many ways. Elizabeth's reign paves the way for Catherine's both in terms of her rule and her focus on the arts in general. The imperial court was also very theatrical with state ceremonies and dinners and similar involving a whole lot of spectacle and with monarchs regularly hosting events like masquerades staged equestrian tournaments concerts recitations ballets and the ethical productions catherine the seconds interest in culture and the arts started long before she became empress and it extended well beyond her work in opera. Catherine just enjoyed writing. She was quoted as saying quote. I cannot see a blank sheet of paper without wanting to write on it and her written work included literary journals. Fairy Tales conduct manuals treatises on how to raise children and an ABC book. She also wrote a series of non opera. Dramatic works in the seventeen seventies and seventeen eighties. Some of Catherine's plays were written after the style of William Shakespeare who really was not all that well known in Russia yet. One such work who's tidal translated to how to have both the linen and the basket was based on the Mary wives of Windsor. I love that title. Catherine was also interested in incorporating western European influences into Russian culture. She brought composers from Italy and Spain to the Russian court and some of them compose music for her operas. She was particularly interested in French literature. Philosophy and art. She kept up a correspondence with voltaire that lasted from seventeen sixty three until his death. In seventeen seventy eight. She also bought Dini Close Library and she hired him as a librarian. She had a relationship. With Baron Friedrich Milk your grim who was originally from Germany but started a French cultural newsletter. And was a huge proponent of French Culture Catherine's affinity for French literature philosophy and culture was not universal though she was not as fond of Russo because she found some of his work to be anti Russian while she really really loved more Western European Culture and art. Catherine has also been described as more Russian than the Russians. She wanted the Russian arts to be Russian. Not simply to be imitations of foreign work. So while she was drawing from European influences she was also writing in Russian and working with Russian playwrights and composers she incorporated Russian idioms and colloquialisms into her work she also wrote specifically about Russia including grounding her plays and stories and operas in Russian history and folklore. Catherine's work as a librettist really drew on her love of Russia and her desire to create an authentic Russian style of opera and theater. And we're going to start getting deeper into that after. We have a little sponsor break. You've heard.
"catherine" Discussed on Blind History
"That they probably should have. She had ideas in the beginning of developing a Russian constitution. And of doing things for the surfs, the peasants I mean the Russian peasants had the worst lives of anyone in Europe at that time, and they were there were millions of the Russian population was the greatest population in Europe Eurasia, and must these people lived in abject poverty, and she wanted to create some sort of system which demolished feudalism with still under the way that things are run in those days. And she just didn't make much progress. She was often cited as being. humorless, but she did have the ability to be self deprecating, and she could laugh at herself. There was a very good series that was produced. Way Helen Mirren. Plays Catherine. And there are a couple of scenes in there that we can say up more or less exactly according to what happened when she was mocked by essentially one of our a court jester, and she took it quite Welton she was able to to see you know the joy, and the benefit of being able to laugh at herself, which is probably quite rare at the time. You're on luckily for that, because if was in any luck Henry, eight or love is have lots their heads while I feel. Feel like she was the female. Henry the eighth in some ways. It's agree because her lover's, she would get bored with them like Henry, got with wives and fell in love and desperate and passionate, and then when they were no longer useful to she just she loved it, she she was ready searching for love and partnership and I think in Potemkin. She found it and I think you know. After two years with a with a sexual relationship stopped between them. He used to fund lovers for her. What she was looking for. That's right. There was incredible studs to sue the empress. Concord wherever he was. That's what you did, but what impressed me a lot was that she was single minded in what she wanted to do. So and very very positive person growing up in I think is what modern day Poland was pressure. On. Her father was. A Duke sort of a a lowly middle aristocracy nothing special. Her mother was hectic, and she hated a mother, and a Mother didn't really care about her, but manages saw manny. That was what she was interested in. So. She sits itself nicely up and she managed to get opportunity to marry. Pizza's good. But the big thing here was committed bank on Catherine being the way she was and win. Their went to Russia. Catherine braced it whereas Peter was a Russian pretend he wanted to be a German. Yeah, you actually. He wanted to be German, and she was German and wanted to be rush, actually she she learnt the language she learned to dance in Cultural Russian tradition she learned to take on the attributes of Russian aristocracy rather than German correct and Russian. Orthodox your edge and Jenna and her father. Who Was Protestant if I? If I understand it correctly? He was devastated when he was actually quite good man. I, don't know a huge amount about the parents, but I do remember. The mother was particular, hungry for money and Elizabeth hated them mother. Yes, such Elizabeth being below grade, still Zarina. Yes, and she locked Catherine in the beginning, but they started testing a little bit near the end and the interesting thing about Paul Catherine's son. Immediately when he was born, Elizabeth took him away. She didn't see him. As he was born. So that's tough is a good Johnson the emotional connection. If it happened on Paul Saad on her side, but that was sort of. You know again. People think things are were in in the pastas. They are now. And, what happened then women of royal or noble blood didn't really have a an intimate emotional relationship with their kids. I mean there one or two rare exceptions Louis the fourteenth who's coming up in an episode? But mostly the wasn't an emotional connection to this was just pure business at. Aces is going. On and if you're a woman, you were really a broodmare. You just make children. Yeah for your husband and if if he couldn't make children with you, it was your fault. I exactly. So she didn't have much of a relationship with Pole, and in fact, he just. Did, Nike, he had his own rival court happening at his palaces and the other thing. That's worth remarking on. The opulence of the Russian court. She was a great patron of the arts, but they everything was gilded man. If you've ever been to the Winter Palsson Petersburg, that place is just. Garish in terms of the amount of money that must have been spent. Remember the average. Russian was basically eating. Something rotten out of the rubbish. And this woman was living in the most splendor laureus luxury wanted to be part of Europe. Yes, exactly not part of Eurasia or yeah, well. Peter started that Peter. The great started that move to to kind of modernized because Russia was really backwater. Was this rural? Feudal very hard very cold, mean Russia's delays lachey well I, mean stolen linen was a big part in that as well, but that's also why they. The the Russians ause arenas who tried to European is Russia made the capital. Saint Petersburg rather than Moscow. And tried to draw it out of the harsh, Siberian steps and. into a kind of cultivated. Wintry, bet warm, European realized and sophisticated court, and that's also Crimea became so important. Because that was on the set was like a seaside resort. Yep nowadays I mean Putin's Gatti's way. That's incredible city down there. And she had dreams and ambitions. She was very interested in science and music in technology. I mean for what it was worth in those days technology. She also had a big bath house constructed. She liked the idea of like a sauna, an a bath which she had made, and it was one of the places she would entertain her lover's, but there is a lot of unfortunate propaganda. That's come up mostly because. Paul. Her son headed buried and changed history he went and rewrote. Things carved dot pots of the memory of her burnt lots of letters and papers of the she died, so as to hide some of the glory of she had because he disliked so really bad mother Senator Addiction I think it was definitely was, but in the end couldn't. She's revered if we look back at Peter the third. Somebody's head to do something for Russia. Because Lynch was in terrible danger, and I think probably in the in the nobility would ever thrown anyway, because it was a very weak lead, and the challenge with that was they were fighting a war against pressure and amenities mom pasta when he was impressed with saw, he stopped the war because he wanted to be Russian you wanted to be close to Frederick. And the were angry, so you had lot of angry. People said it was actually very easy to Catherine soon okay. And remove him, but there's a story that she didn't tell them to strangle him. And they went into hidden strangling eight days often, he abdicated, but I don't think it really makes a difference. In the end she had a stroke and she was. Wasn't the horse. Whole. Unfortunately would have been a hell of a story. But she did have a stroke and she died. Seventies I think she was what. Seventy. Something years old. In the year seventeen, ninety six, and a great rain, by all the cats managed to make Russia a much more powerful player on the world stage, if Netflix, and even though the dynasties that came after her squandered a lot of that they did build up tremendous wealth and incredible land I mean that very few empires in world history that can compare with the range of Russia that stage, stretching away from Mongolia and China's traded mess in in the Far East to Poland and Germany and the far west as far north as the Arctic as far South as India. Quite extraordinary, and she tried very hard in the beginning Europe was very much.
"catherine" Discussed on Blind History
"Aw. History is full of tales of the Kings. Who took what they wanted land? Women when money? There are only a few women who achieved the same. This is the story of a Russian CZARINA who took no instruction and made no policies. She took the crown and the Black Sea had many lovers. And absolute power. If anyone tells you that history is the story of men. You can be sure they haven't heard of Catherine the Great. Catherine the great of Russia. Real name was actually sophie of Anhalt zest empress of Russia from seventeen, sixty two until seventeen, ninety six, she was the country's longest ruling female leader and Russia didn't have a lot of those. She came to power funding A. which she organized resulting in her husband, Peter the third, being overthrown and killed, and her reign Russia was revitalized, grew larger and stronger, and was recognized as one of the great powers of Europe inner accession to power and the rule of Empire Catherine often relied on a couple of favorites, people like Gregory Orlov and Potemkin. And she was assisted by generals like Suvorov and some others who she relied on very heavy in order to bring about her conquest and diplomacy, and she's most famous conquering the Crimea for Russia which was quite a big deal, and up the trade between the north of Russia and the south, she had victories over the Ottoman Empire and the Russia Turkish wars. She reformed the administration of Russia's. Goodbye Niyaz which were the. Cities and towns that were founded on her orders, and she was always admire of Peter, the great and of Frederick the great of Prussia. And she considered them her big inspirations. She continued to modernize Russia. and made it a European country rather than a country. That kind of didn't fit in with the rest of what was going on in that period in Europe, she was also enlightenment scholar, so she would read a lot in fact during her very unhappy marriage to Peter. She's been most of time reading, but we'll get into the story of Catherine. The great I'm joined by my co host and the MD of Taylor blinds and shutters anthony metre. So what do you think of Catherine the Great? I was impressed with her. She was in lots, and as you say, she followed the philosophers of the day. But as you started realizing how she has to rule the country, she actually lift Russia, and the CIFS cool them. In match WIS position in prior to Ryan while it's worth remarking that first of all. They went a lot of women in charge in her time. They went a lot of women in charge in history, which is why less episodes on them than on the men. And she was, if anything, quite a masculine caroline woman. She was strong. She was determined. She didn't take no for an answer. She treated her. Male lovers like men treat female lovers. She was all about conquest. She consolidated power on his self wasn't even afraid to take out her own husband, because she was afraid that he would be a week leader and she saw him as a problem in obstacle will, but I think even a weak person would wanNA take p to the third out. What do you? What do we know about him? So Peter the third yet the right to the throne. If we think back to Peter, the great daughter Elizabeth was natural succession and she was I. Think they're called Serene. Arena Serena, and then obviously he was going to be the next in line, but she's already. That he was very timid, he was touched. He was really strange I, mean he? He's thin. He was a strange looking. Little. Manny looks like in advance marks the scream that famous Peres exactly kind of looks like because it drawn and and strange, and then he played with his toy soldiers, even when he went in his twenties, and he's to hurt animals. It was just a really just. A terrible. You being such. And Elizabeth supports a lot of Catherine because she was such a strong woman So you know, I'm not sure what Elizabeth with the thought. If you lost it will, she lived longer, but it's. It's amazing. At these two women kind of guided the direction of Russia that time, but she she did marry. This peter had very unhappy time being married I think it was eighteen years. Earth y'all. During that time she was observing quietly trying to be dutiful, but she saw the role of Zarina as being like decorative, and she wasn't interested in being decorative. She brought some that German ambition thrown. And they did have children together. Although there are rumors that maybe those children were not the children of I mean there's a lot that was made up about Katharine Post. Fact because her and son didn't like very much, she kept him at a distance. She never really allowed him power during her reign, and he was always a little bit resentful of that, and obviously the fact that his father had been taken up by his mother. So. There's a lot that's made up. We can't really disown whether it was gossip or whether it was stuff that was potentially true, and in every bit of gossip. There's usually an element of truth. Otherwise, it doesn't survive, I. Mean the most famous thing to people who casual observers of Catherine is that? This woman had a voracious sexual appetite, and that she took many male lovers now whether or not, that's true, but there winters foster said he was furniture that helped to the dodd making leftover horse. said it was really. Whatever it was, she had a serious sexual. But another thing is in the end what? Is locked in terms of the truth was she had a lot of levers that she was monogamous. Chewing that stage says she had one lover. She didn't have fifteen or ten or show, but she did tie of them quite quickly and then should move onto somebody else. But. She treats incredibly well, so when she tired of them, they ended up with Palacios. Trees, she put one of her legs into Pearl, and he was quite a week man, so she could control it. But besides Potemkin. The rest of them really just came and went. Yeah I. Mean Potemkin eventually died? I think at fifty two, but he led a number of very successful campaigns for her, and conquered the Crimea for he would do anything for him. And he was just hit a heels veggie. He was flamboyant. He was very charismatic, and Catherine was more STOIC. She was organized and the German part of her, and that's what made them such a good team. And that's what created the court. You know the that was compared. The Sun. Kings court beside and that was her ideal, and he helped her. You know from cultural sought from the arts, one of those things that made very successful and people talk about he did that, and then he used to dream, so you dreamed about? About joining the Black Sea and getting to the Mediterranean. Rush earned right. It wasn't Putin. Putin got these deals now, but I mean that kind of longtime from potemkin becomes from him. Yeah, she had to walk a very tight line the because they will often, plus by sometimes had jilted male lovers, and sometimes the powerful people in court to displace her and being a woman. You never really secure, because men didn't actually respect to the level.
"catherine" Discussed on Noble Blood
"That's the story of Catherine the Great Rise to power but keep listening for a brief debunking of one of history's most pervasive rumors about her. This part verges on sexual. So if there are extremely young children listening with you and you don't want to be the moment that you have to explain the concept of beast geology. It's probably best that they stop listening about ten seconds ago. You know it. It seems like there's an infinite amount of information being uploaded to the Internet every day. You know it's hard to know what is accurate. What is factual what is believable math? Why I I love having the great courses plus it's valuable in-depth content I can actually trust the streaming service offers? Thousands of objective unbiased lectures xers from respected professors. Who really know their stuff? I mean if you've been enjoying this episode on Catherine the Great You will love the course that I've been watching understanding Russia Shaw Cultural History. It's really helped me unpack these really intimidating figures. People like Ivan the Terrible. The course has really been helping unpack. Exactly what made him mm-hmm so terrible. So stop second guessing and sign up for the great courses plus today. They're giving my listeners. This amazing limited time deal which is a free trial L. Plus fifty percents off their three-month plan but to take advantage of this amazing offer. You have to sign up today using my special url the great courses plus plus dot com slash noble. That's the great courses plus dot com slash noble. As you know if you've listened to my podcast I'm a little bit obsessed with the Macabre and historical true crime cases. But even I need the occasional break so so when I need to cleanse my palate from historical murder and mayhem my go-to refresh or is this mobile game. Called best feeds best. Fiends is a puzzle the game you can play right now on your phone. It's Super Fun. You go through all these levels solving challenging puzzles that actually engage your brain. I only made it to level twenty five so far Dr but to New Year. So who knows what I'll do. It's a super stimulating. Game with bright colors cute characters and best fiends updates the game monthly with new levels and and events so never gets old. It's a great game to challenge your brain with fun puzzles and the best part. Is You collect these doorbell. Cute characters along the way. It's eight to five star rated mobile APP on the apple APP store and Google play and download right now for free. That's friends without the our best. Fiend and okay. I'm sorry I had to do it. I had to bring up the terrible everlasting decades long centuries long rumor that Catherine the great the empress of Russia who wrote letters with Voltaire and brought at the enlightenment to her empire died having sex with her horse. She didn't historians tend to paint Catherine the great as an incredibly sexual sexual person. Thanks to handful of love affairs that she had with younger men when she was empress like many women in power a number of rumors then circulated about her to try the undermine and discredit her consensual relationships with young men yes horses no catherine the great died of a stroke when she was sixty seven years old in her bed at the Winter Palace. Rarely in this podcast is the truth less fun than fiction and I take no pleasure in reporting a fairly standard and to an extraordinary figure if it cushions the blow. Here's something although she did make it to her bed before her. The actual death some historians say that the stroke she suffered before she died actually occurred while she was on the toilet. Noble blood is a production of iheartradio and Aaron. Making the show is written and hosted by Dana Schwartz and produced by Aaron. Minke Matt Frederick Trick Alex Williams and Trevor Young Noble Blood is on social media at Noble Blood Tales. And you can learn more about the show. Over at Noble Blood Tales Dot Com for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
"catherine" Discussed on Noble Blood
"One evening a few years after they were married but before. Peter orek ascended to the throne as Peter the Third Catherine entered the chamber of her husband to find him playing with toys. A dead rat was hanging from the wall. The two of them still hadn't produced an air and the failure had begun to weigh. On Catherine she saw reflected in the faces of courtiers and in the snide comments and increasingly cruel outbursts of the Empress Elizabeth creating an air cleared dynastic. Legacy was the only reason. Elizabeth Elizabeth plucked Catherine out from her minor Prussian family to bring her to Russia to marry her nephew in the first place. The two of them Catherine and Peter had been married for seven years and there were still murmurs that the marriage was unconsummated. When Catherine opened the doors to their chambers that day she she could barely walk without disturbing her husband's intricate toy soldier military maneuvers? Though he was the future emperor of Russia all of his toy soldiers gers and Peter himself more wearing the blue of the Holstein military uniform. Peter had come to Russia as Empress Elizabeth's air when he was thirteen but he never gave up his obsession with the memory of his homeland nor his childish fixation on the Prussian. King Frederick the third. The Toy soldiers were in their intricate lines but Katherine couldn't stop looking at the hanging rat a string noose wrapped around its neck. Why did did you do that to the rat Catherine asked? Peter didn't look up from the regiment that he was rearranging on the floor. He was hanged after a military tribunal. Oh found him guilty for treason. Catherine was silent so Peter Continued. I found him climbing up the Rampart invasion he ate two of my soldiers. Catherine stared at the wrath hanged by Strang loop. It's tiny is open and bulging small bloom of of a red tongue. Protruding from its mouth. Playing with toy soldiers was the closest Peter ever came to military service. Peter spent every night in Catherine's Athens bed but as soon as the lights were out he would pull from beneath the mattress. Box of soldiers. He'd arranged on the bed sheets playing for hours spreading them across crossed the deve until Katherine couldn't move without disturbing them early in their marriage she had tried to please Peter to appease his whims and childishness. That's Bhai listening to him. An opening her heart to his complaints. He rewarded her by telling her on their wedding night that he was in love with one of her ladies in waiting and spending spending the next half a dozen years treating Catherine like aware some acquaintance forcing her to listen to as middling violin recitals making her stand guard in oppression uniform form when he wanted to play toy soldiers with human beings that incident with the rat reveals just about how seriously Peter took military terry justice that to paper machine soldiers was sentenced to death and as the future emperor he was judge jury and Executioner Katherine New. Peter well enough that upon seeing the scene she couldn't say what she was thinking so instead she went back and wrote it with a sly smile in in her own memoirs maybe the rat had committed treason but it hadn't been allowed to speak in its own defense on its own behalf even pitiable creatures creatures. Catherine thought should be permitted a chance to save themselves. That was the key difference between Catherine and Peter. Catherine understood it that death and power wasn't something confined to silly play acting in private chambers and that's why less than a year after her husband. Peter took the throne around as emperor. Peter the third she would usurp him becoming the empress of Russia. The figure that would pull Russia into the modern age. Peter Love Toys but Katherine knew how to play the game. Though her fiance remained indifferent to her the entire Russian empire fell in love with the future Catherine the great when she was unconscious in her bedchamber back then she was just Sophia. A young German princess brought brought to Russia to marry the archduke Peter. Alright she wouldn't become a Katharina or Catherine until she was baptized in the Russian Orthodox Church. When should be given given a new name a new Russian identity but unlike her fiance Peter? The young Sophia devoted herself to learning all that she could what about the new country to which she now belonged. She begged her Russian tutors for longer lessons and then spent the evenings pacing the icy stone floors Lord of the Palace in Saint Petersburg studying. That's how she got sick. Walking Barefoot in the cold in Her flimsy nightdress her is straining to make out the letters by candlelight. Her servants had seen her and when she got sick. The whisper of Sofia's devotion spread quickly throughout the palace when Sofia's illness worsened and when it seemed as though she was close to death. Her mother inquired about bringing in a Lutheran Pastor for her final writes. That's why would you call a Lutheran Sophia chirped from her bed. Still too weak to sit upright instead she asked for her tutor in the Russian orthodoxy. Eighty word spread quickly. There had been doubts about bringing in a German princess to marry the heir to the Russian throne whether a foreigner would accept Russian culture and language or whether she would always be secretly loyal to her homeland over all else. After Sofia's illness there were no more doubts. Sofia was just a minor princess from a middling family Russia she understood was her great opportunity. She devoted herself self to the land. It's language people and it's religion even if her husband never really loved her Russia would she would leave Sophia behind hind entirely and walk into history as Catherine when Empress Elizabeth the woman woman who had named her nephew Peter as air and selected catherine to be his bride died. Catherine sat respectfully in morning throughout the entire funeral. Appear couldn't resist rolling his eyes walking around the church. He refused to kneel or say the prayers murmuring the entire time that the Russian Orthodox Church was ridiculous so he had technically converted. Peter Never gave up his conviction that lutheranism was far superior to the as he saw them them primitive and frivolous traditions of the Russian religion. But it wasn't just his religion that worried the nobleman about their brand new emperor. Emperor Peter the third was almost thirty four years old and still acting like a child in almost every way not limited to his lack of interest in his wife. During Elizabeth's funeral procession. Peter was tasked with walking behind the casket wearing a long formal black robe with a long long train carried by elder nobleman. During the procession. Peter would slow down letting the coffin poll a distance in front of him. Then stop stop entirely leaving it pull ahead even further then all at once Peter would sprint up ahead to catch up causing the elderly nobleman at his train to heave even pant and ultimately give up letting the rope flap in the wind behind giggling emperor. He repeated this routine. Several Times. Even foolishness could have been forgiven. Though if Peter didn't still seem loyal to crush an frederick the third over Russia the country of which he had just been made Emperor Emperor Russia had been fighting and winning the seven years war against Prussia with the help of their Austrian allies but with Elizabeth barely cold in the ground. Peter declared that the war would be over and that there would be peace and all of the victories Russia had made all of the spoils of war. The Russian soldiers were finally the enjoying after years of battle would be returned to Prussia. The soldiers were dumbfounded. Russia's allies were flabbergasted rested and as if to add insult to injury. Peter insisted that his elite regiments where not the traditional Russian military uniform but the tight-fitting Prussian costumes that he had always personally preferred. He further humiliated his officers by forcing them to act out the soldier drills. He had once perfected with his toys in so Peter's long suffering wife the charming slender good-looking Katherine who had worked so hard to learn Russian. Who by that point had already born Peter son and an air while she became a martyr? It didn't matter that the son's paternity might be in dispute and for the record. The paternity of her next two children would not be in dispute. There was no dispute necessary. They weren't Peter's it didn't matter no no. The Nation loved Catherine in all the ways they hated Peter and when Peter Forced his wife to pin the ribbon of the order of Saint Catherine on the gown around his dull and common borsch mistress. The Nation fell further in love with her. It's a cliche to point out that someone is so shorted that they failed to see. What's what in front of their own knows? Peter was so short sighted he completely failed to see the woman he was married to. He knew she was there but he didn't know oh who. She was within six months of Peter. Taking the throne plans for coup began to take shape with Catherine as she conspired fired with her lover Gregory or love. Andorra loves brother Alexi. Both of them were well. Liked and high ranking soldiers in Russian forces the Orlov brothers brothers had been covertly converting soldiers to Catherine's 'cause sharing bottles of wine and messages of her benevolence in wisdom. Catherine just needed to garner the support of a few other key. Statesmen which given her husband's general incompetence wasn't difficult next. They just needed to plan when they would make their strike but as it happens they didn't get to make that choice. A soldier who had heard about the upcoming coup asked an officer if the rumors were true whether Catherine had been taken into custody in the plan revolt was over the rumor was not true and the officer that the soldier happened to ask was not involved in the coup. He promptly had the soldier and his superior officer arrested as soon as the conspirators. Got Word of the arrests. They knew the clock had begun. Ticking it was only a matter.
"catherine" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"On this. Just just say Catherine favored movie. Take you now you know when we started. We did the problem but this was the the again fantastic touch. Ah that Catherine came up with when we started the show because we did a little presentation pilot with a lot of different cast members when we shot it here and there was no Dialect character really did as a favor and and then when we started the actual series. You know she. She came in with these great ideas. What if there was a dialect if more were kind of talk like this as I said Gold Beard of? That's it's great. It's great and what she wore weeks the way for food for for different moods that she was in. Hey J yes I do. I have all the old emails Ichi Tonight Exchange before we shut the car industry in this series in he's returning into our characters because I was saying gene you have to make me feel okay. My whole life is upended. I'm in a motel and Eugene. It's okay we're GONNA work it out. It's all going to be good. You'll be taken care of you be allowed to feel like turning turning into Johnny and I'm turning into but also about the weeks in one of the emails hitching. What if I had a friend that kept going disappearing at dinner and coming back was weeks and Tada? And what if I wear a lot of any bill Talk to the hair department. Could you be two weeks when we'd be for dressing up when you're in a bad mood and perhaps at turban no eugene interesting. I didn't even know what I had in mind but it was. Don't say now how many I have to wear. I want to get there and five worried about cost Eugene producer or the time. I'm a producer. Sir I love. I love the way your actually didn't impersonation of my email.
"catherine" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello for Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Lamonica as we dive into a new year a new decade. We're taking this month to talk about leaders from throughout history today. We're talking about a woman whose reign ushered in a new era in her country. Sorry she reorganized and added to the territory of the Russian Empire. She replenished the country's coffers and attempted to enact reforms before doubling down on the system of serfdom increasing the plight of her nation's poor. Let's talk about Catherine the green an impressive Russia Sophie Frederick agust Princess of on Holzer pst was born on May second seventeen twenty nine in Prussia. She was the daughter of a minor minor. German prince and her mother was related to the Dukes of Holstein. After relatively unexciting childhood Sophie's life took a turn when at age fourteen eighteen. She was chosen to become the wife of Carl. Carl's grandfather was Peter. The great czar of Russia and Carl was his heir in seventeen forty four sophie arrived in Russia and took on the title of Grand Duchess Catherine Elyssa Aetna the following year. She married Carl who it was known as the Grand Duke Peter. The marriage was wildly unsuccessful when it came to a loving partnership but it put Catherine in extremely close proximity to power when Catherine and Peter got married Russia was ruled by Peter the great daughter Elizabeth she was Rs for twenty years. There's she stabilized rule over the empire and work to create a court in Russia akin to those of the rest of Europe. Catherine was intelligent charming and extremely extremely ambitious after Elizabeth's death and her husband's ascension to power Catherine set in motion a plan to remove Peter and install herself as ruler ruler. Under Elizabeth's rule. Russia was allied with France and Austria in the seven years war against Prussia. When Elizabeth died Peter withdrew withdrew from that war and allied himself with Prussia officially switching sides mid fight? Peter Foolishly made obvious the fact that he loved his native Germany and disliked Russia Zsa the country over which he ruled he had very few fans among his people. Catherine meanwhile had gained the affections of the Russian Army Royal Court and the public in Moscow and in Saint Petersburg at that time. She was thought of as enlightened due to her liberal opinions on June. Twenty eight seventeen seventeen. Sixty two Kathryn led troops into Saint Petersburg and proclaimed herself empress her husband Peter Abdicated and he was killed ninety as leader in September. Seventeen sixty two catherine was crowned in Moscow and began her reign. She would go onto rule Russia for thirty four years. Ears Catherine's goals as ruler. Were to make Russia prosperous powerful and forward-looking she hoped to spread justice and education throughout the empire and wanted a grand court in the French style before rising to power she even plan to emancipate the serfs who were essentially slaves. Who worked the land Owned by landowners unfortunately Catherine's vision didn't become a reality. She quickly realized that her liberal reforms were too far a leap from Russia's status quo and would cause significant discontent especially among her supporters in the Russian gentry. Five years later leader Kathryn gathered a commission of people from different provinces and socioeconomic classes to write a Russian constitution but after much to beat and frustration. The cause was abandoned. Fresh off the failure of her. Enlightenment Centered Goals Catherine changed tack and instead focused on expanding the grandeur of Russia in seventeen sixty eight. She went to war with the Ottoman Empire. The Russians Russian and Ottoman had been enemies for centuries so the Russian people were enthusiastic about the conflict. Things were looking good after. Russia won a significant naval battle auto. But on the home front trouble was brewing. I A plague broke out in Moscow. The sickness compounded the hardships of living in a country. At War. People were agitated and in seventeen seventy three. A man in Yemen Pukhov seized on their dissatisfaction to bolster his attempt to overthrow Catherine's rule Yemen pretended to be dead. Emperor Peter he was one of many royal pretenders throughout Catherine's reign he gathered followers the Euro region and then throughout Russia's southeastern provinces in June of seventeen seventy four his troops prepared to March John Moscow on the international front Russia had succeeded in beating the Ottomans so catherine called back her troops in order to end the domestic rebellion. The uprising was crushed and its leader beheaded. The following year thorough volt changed the way that Catherine thought about her people beforehand. She she saw them as people to be pitied and freed afterwards they were to be feared and kept in chains rather than freeing the serfs she actually strengthened the system. That kept them enslaved. She gave lands that were previously owned by the crown to people she liked. Hasn't living on those lands became the new owners serfs. It's all that unpaid labor helped to finance Catherine's immense economic military and cultural projects. She built more than one hundred new towns and expanded did others. She developed a spectacular royal court that was visited by great minds from across Europe. She organized provinces under a new administrative reform plan. Dan and trade flourished she also founded schools wrote literary reviews and invested in the sciences. She greatly expanded the Russian Empire. Empire in seventeen seventy four the same year. Russia defeated the Ottomans. A man named Grigori Potemkin became Catherine's lover and was appointed minister. Mr In seventeen eighty three. The duo decided to annex Crimea from the Ottoman Turks occupation of that region gave Russia access into the Mediterranean. As Catherine's Perspective on power became more inclined towards the despotic. The sentiment in certain parts of Europe was moving the other direction action. It was the time of the French revolution and despite Catherine's earlier belief and enlightenment ideals. She like many other royals of Europe disdained the actions of the French. When the people of Poland attempted to follow the French example and develop a liberal Constitution Catherine sent in troops troops and annexed most of western Ukraine is a threat after an uprising? In seventeen ninety four Catherine went so far as to wipe Poland off the map. She divided the territory between Russia Prussia and Austria on November sixteenth. Seventeen Ninety six. Catherine died of a stroke by the time of her death. Russia was two hundred thousand square miles bigger than it had been before her ascension to the throne. She's a source of pride for some particularly in Russia and simple of authoritarianism for others regardless she's remembered for defining the era in which she ruled tune in tomorrow for the story of another leader. This Week of encyclopedia with Monica is brought to you by hellofresh. It's hard to be a good leader. If you're not well fed hellofresh makes it easy as you may have heard yesterday. I'm trying to cook more in twenty twenty in the past. My biggest challenge was carving out time to find recipes. Go to the grocery store. Prep and cook then. I tried hellofresh. The recipes. are delicious and fun to make. I don't have to worry about finding recipes or going to the grocery store because everything I need is delivered. 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"catherine" Discussed on KNSS
"Catherine. Robert financier off of a Long Island. I've heard that name before altruistic. Okay. He's the guy that thank rule the water. Trump's campaign one with other billionaire guys who look at the tax break. If you will. He's the Republican George Soros. I guess George Soros a small time compared to Mercer. All right. All these guys. These guys at the breakfast after the tax cut the next day in Manhattan. Draft. I'm I'm I'm just going to be a bad guy and interrupt you for a second. If you look at source in the two thousand eighteen midterms you spent about seventeen million Mercer was much lower than that. The number one was one hundred and thirteen million was Sheldon Adelson from Las Vegas. Look at the big numbers Mercer way down on the list. Secrets you can look at the top donors in any election cycle. Catherine only got about a minute left. Yeah. And let me give you the platform. How do you see us in the next two years? I, you know, George, I I think there is a real danger that the corporations are continue to get congress and Senate to do their bidding in a way that I don't think it's gonna take economy and a good place. So I go back to nuts and bolts leadership anything we can do at the state and local level to start to bring accountability to have the federal state and local government works is so very important. So this is trench warfare. And it's gonna take every one of us. Absolutely Catherine's websites. Larry dot com. Financial permaculture dot com. That is her thoughts of a community banning together to really build build build one day. Katherine we may have to all do that. Don't you think? George. I, you know, the next ten years is gonna be wild. She just hold onto your pants. Don't fall out of the roller coaster as we say Kathryn. Thanks again. Always look pleasure to talking with you Bolton our news segments. And as a couple of our guests, you always do a great job force, Catherine Austin Fitts up next. We're going to talk about premonitions on coast to coast AM..
"catherine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"The south godin called a second chance and i recommend that everybody check that out and you can certainly find her end defy on all of the socials but we are going to get into every aspect of that and much more so without further ado please enjoy one of my favorite conversations i've had in a very long time with catherine cat hoke cat welcome to the show thanks tam i have been excited to connect with you because i received a barrage of texts from a mutual friend of ours mr seth godin and i thought we'd start this with something i've been wondering that i actually don't know the answer to which is how did you first meet south i sat in south at call the email and here responded i invited him defy venture as the organization that iran used to have a brick and mortar classroom style teaching model where we that have formerly incarcerated people come to a classroom in new york city and then we invite worldclass faculty to come and satoya's someone i really really wanted to me i couldn't believe when he said yes and then he came in thai we call them eits are entrepreneurs and training he came in met them and he the way that he treated me was like i was such an important percent him i couldn't believe a and then he became my mentor just like that goes mentor that's that's that's very productive afternoon i feel like a spoiled brat ya i'm really proud to say that he's not just my mentor by my friend and has encouraged me to shoot for the moon i've done far greater things i would have expected that i could have done.
"catherine" Discussed on KKAT
"Catherine no like ever i i i know i'm going to have to read off the kids is tax there i knew he was going to say that folks this is all they've got i'm asking you about the federal government 'cause we are debating federal income tax rates just give me one merrick i actually predicted you would say kids and you did which is facing i thought after i called the out you to avoid that but of course you go right to the talking point give me one time the federal government has seen and tax revenues gone down last young hang up charles but he are gop all wherever the rob schneider youtube piece about the sixty five thousand ways to say did you know there's like a serial killer around the corner or something you like dude uh and you really surprise you like two days this is one of those when the liberal caller hands up because you could tirlian annihilated is argh this is one of those you shake your head you go to work freely you call in to the i mr callscreener did i not give him the opportunity to go to a smartphone i short good gotti just cheat go to your smartphone these liberals they quite it's like they have no time to prepare they act like the guy was on hold for like twenty minutes okay he could have just sat there and google that and found one example when did tax revenue go down the answer is it didn't like ever like coolidge like kennedy like reagan like bush we cut taxes tax revenue not go down i'm not telling you what's causal i'm just telling you the.
"catherine" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"You a catherine and buffalo grove illiinois hit catherine thanks for listening to receive to undermine i'm i've heard many time caller thank you i was very i pat gavin eight and so glad you're going back it so it happened here in her your and one thing our wind to comment ban in atlanta hind now we are what are all all we had to have only rarely are i'm not that guy from years ago i waldman and i've highly became 100 have i am you know i i we are at a woman area now no i didn't really know all the noone down all have and how are you paid out of fatty ain't now in my own and i had tried in person mark play i have found in over me we want to know about what we are at all and one or another problem that we have b e we always had have we are all we were never really out how we didn't have the numbers of jobs just kind of banded together he argued feed oh no no it'd be key now we have the numbers to fight they should on the ad and now the migrants all the other i'll have read characters and her cracked or oh are not artist gender only our identity under issue so that kind of computers as people so i think harder of our entire on i have now so why do we going out where volunteer and replace and i sit down and i explained i am however became boy and all that show i'm now letting people know are you paying off and on air grange eric your or in or whatever the all the old dragqueen appellation yeah yeah we're not crossdresser or not all that and i met hammering down on now we're not that right so a lot of people i know i have really changed europe and i think we need to be more what can our hired into trump it's it's it's hard even without trump i mean you know trans people are are at a higher risk for everything from murder to suicide exactly it's it's it's it's it's are down my side pagano yeah so anyway well thank you catherine thank you for sharing.