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"celia richardson" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"celia richardson" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The square, which is almost sort of important place for a little bit behind the times you think when you well years ago off the rule, yes, it is. It's a little sad that it's taken us this long. This idea that celebrating wars isn't the only way to look back at history and there are different kinds of monuments. You were telling me about one in Germany, for example, beautiful, beautiful. Memorial, the stepping stumbles stones in Germany, each stumbles stone represents and the place where holocaust survivor last lived, not where they died. So you can find these all over Berlin, and there's lots of countries are dealing with memorialize Asian in different ways. I was reading recently about big freeze in northern Italy that has a picture of Mussalini on it, and it's it's two historically significant to remove. So what's happened is there was an artist competition and over the top of it in LED lights is a quote from a holocaust survivor which is nobody has the right to. Obey. So lots of countries are dealing with what we call contested heritage as a we historic England's produce guidance for people who find themselves in the custodians of difficult histories that are campaigned against. So we're not talking about taking down statues necessarily has been so contentious in the United States, but it's either putting them in context or adding to those statues to remind people that there's more about history than conflict. Yes, we'll be unveiling some designs in our exhibition in four weeks in London. We had a competition to allow people to either create ideas for new memorials ought to respond to existing memorials. Historic England is about preservation and conservation in the historic environment, and we favor reinterpretation re context. You lies ation generations can add lay as and they can re-explore their own history and confronted. But you can't do that if it's taken away Celia Richardson, director of historic. England six year old. Joe counting lives near earth in Western Australia, and he survived being bitten twice in a matter of days by one of the world's deadliest snakes, the western Brown, his mum Pippa told Lawrence Porte. What happened? Joe coming from outside saying, he's saying by night, and if you get bitten by venomous thanking strategy, Dr there was this level of Sierra. I don't think any human being should feel and it was richly. I have size much hauled and we did. What did you do? I try well. He collapsed and he went from color from green to black. He's is roll back in these, hey, DJ, she vomited. He was convulsing, and she's last breath where he's thing, and I knew he needed made a break for him. We knew we had to get him to the hospital and my husband grabbed the case. I carried him out. While doing life see bread and continue to break through me in the back of the cons. We got up to the hospital with, I could him. Luckily they had the anti-venom in Seoul in the hospital here, and now I will use an unchanged systems around relatively quickly. What did he? What did he say? When he came to having having just passed out saying, do you die when you get bitten by a snake? The last thing he's heard is you say, yes. What does he say when he comes to? He said that he ran for heaven. He said that he wasn't allowed to stay. And I think in that and he woke with an oxygen mask on his face. That's what he's hit. What impact does that have on you? It's scary because refund on with Fain life and death was in my hands, and he's my only child and I could feel him switching why? And it's a devastating, feeling wave, put yourself a hundred and ten percents into doing what you tend to resuscitate revive inside your job. Right? So he's very well treated era milli- to Perth. He comes back now you've already told us part one of an incredible unbelievable story tennis part too. If you would pip. We had him back from the hospital for four days. And this time he decided to play with his friends on the footpath. And you said. He will time from the same streets calmly. Walked in the half, and he told me he'd been been bus night and I had a look on his foot and they would to same is so I told my husband, wiggling it again, having to gain and we carried him out the dole as we did the first one. Would you give to people in the situation?.

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"celia richardson" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"celia richardson" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The square, which is almost sort of important place for a little bit behind the times you think when you well years ago off the rule, yes, it is. It's a little sad that it's taken us this long. This idea that celebrating wars isn't the only way to look back at history and there are different kinds of monuments. You were telling me about one in Germany, for example, beautiful, beautiful. Memorial, the stepping stumbles stones in Germany, each stumbles stone represents and the place where holocaust survivor last lived, not where they died. So you can find these all over Berlin, and there's lots of countries are dealing with memorialize Asian in different ways. I was reading recently about big freeze in northern Italy that has a picture of Mussalini on it, and it's it's two historically significant to remove. So what's happened is there was an artist competition and over the top of it in LED lights is a quote from a holocaust survivor which is nobody has the right to. Obey. So lots of countries are dealing with what we call contested heritage as a we historic England's produce guidance for people who find themselves in the custodians of difficult histories that are campaigned against. So we're not talking about taking down statues necessarily has been so contentious in the United States, but it's either putting them in context or adding to those statues to remind people that there's more about history than conflict. Yes, we'll be unveiling some designs in our exhibition in four weeks in London. We had a competition to allow people to either create ideas for new memorials ought to respond to existing memorials. Historic England is about preservation and conservation in the historic environment, and we favor reinterpretation re context. You lies ation generations can add lay as and they can re-explore their own history and confronted. But you can't do that if it's taken away Celia Richardson, director of historic. England six year old. Joe counting lives near earth in Western Australia, and he survived being bitten twice in a matter of days by one of the world's deadliest snakes, the western Brown, his mum Pippa told Lawrence Porte. What happened? Joe coming from outside saying, he's saying by night, and if you get bitten by venomous thanking strategy, Dr there was this level of Sierra. I don't think any human being should feel and it was richly. I have size much hauled and we did. What did you do? I try well. He collapsed and he went from color from green to black. He's is roll back in these, hey, DJ, she vomited. He was convulsing, and she's last breath where he's thing, and I knew he needed made a break for him. We knew we had to get him to the hospital and my husband grabbed the case. I carried him out. While doing life see bread and continue to break through me in the back of the cons. We got up to the hospital with, I could him. Luckily they had the anti-venom in Seoul in the hospital here, and now I will use an unchanged systems around relatively quickly. What did he? What did he say? When he came to having having just passed out saying, do you die when you get bitten by a snake? The last thing he's heard is you say, yes. What does he say when he comes to? He said that he ran for heaven. He said that he wasn't allowed to stay. And I think in that and he woke with an oxygen mask on his face. That's what he's hit. What impact does that have on you? It's scary because refund on with Fain life and death was in my hands, and he's my only child and I could feel him switching why? And it's a devastating, feeling wave, put yourself a hundred and ten percents into doing what you tend to resuscitate revive inside your job. Right? So he's very well treated era milli- to Perth. He comes back now you've already told us part one of an incredible unbelievable story tennis part too. If you would pip. We had him back from the hospital for four days. And this time he decided to play with his friends on the footpath. And you said. He will time from the same streets calmly. Walked in the half, and he told me he'd been been bus night and I had a look on his foot and they would to same is so I told my husband, wiggling it again, having to gain and we carried him out the dole as we did the first one. Would you give to people in the situation?.

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"celia richardson" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"celia richardson" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"One thing though, in the report, the air traffic control teams, both in Malaysia and Vietnam came in for some criticism because once this plane turned around and went off in a completely different direction, both across Vietnamese airspace once it flew out the radar, those two teams should have much more quickly gone into emergency procedure mode according to these investigators, and they never did this. So they've been particularly criticized Steve McDonnell in Beijing, staying in China, a former soldier that has had an unusual fight to get his pension after being told he was a woman time. Mine has spent the past five months battling. To get the admin, Eric, erected on China media analyst. Carrie Allen told me what went wrong started this man sin MTN in in eastern China, he he'd already been claiming his his pension for three years, but he was a former soldier. He's he's a Bank official and he found out at the end of last year that he was also eligible for a military pension. So he he went to his local social security bureau to apply for this and asked for the paperwork and was told that he was a woman and he said to the people in the bureau, I'm clearly not. Can you? Can you please change this? And they gave him more paperwork and said, well, we can't do this. You also need to go back to your original employer to enough for them to do it, but being the military that would have required a completely different set of paperwork. So we kept on going to various places queuing for at least forty minutes. He said, in the newspaper that interviewed him Dr her daily and just getting nowhere. So the arrow was introduced what Berthel when he joined the military or when it was entered when he was in the military. Because back then it had been a number system based on either a one for male to female, and somebody literally made a typo when entering on the system, his gender, so you wasn't tables, change it and didn't know that existed for many years. But yes, struggled to get it corrected even though it was quite clear to everybody in the bureau that he was a man and the front front. He was closed as a woman men. He couldn't get that military pension. No, he couldn't know. So for five months, he was just going back and forth trying to sort out the paperwork and was being told, no, you need to get more paperwork. You need to go and visit your original employer and get this created from them. And I expect this has generated quite a lot of comment online. It has, yes, it's it's generated a lot of amusement, and this isn't the first time that something like this has happened a few years ago. There was an incident where someone have made the same mistake on HR birth certificate, and they'd found out that they had problems getting basically getting it changed. And instead the parents were told that they needed to get paternity maternity test to prove that's the child was does. So in line, a lot of people have been saying. Well, this is typical of the state not admitting to making a mistake, but trying to blame the public. And a lot of people are saying, it's typical that there's this much paperwork. Maybe he could've just dropped his trousers and this man still classed as a woman. He's not. No, he's clusters unmanned now and he's managed to get his pension China media analyst. Carrie Allen many of the stunts us on public display here in Britain. On a great figures from history kings queens, politicians and generals. But the public has been asked to nominate their favorite memorial to less well-known individuals. The request is being made by historic England and that director Celia Richardson spoke to Dan, Damon. A lot of European countries are facing discussions and challenges and debates about why there are often very few statues of women, people of color and working people and England's in the middle of this too. We've got a lot of petitions for new starts us. We have a first female settlers suffrage it starts. You offers woman in parliament..

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"celia richardson" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"celia richardson" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"One thing though, in the report, the air traffic control teams, both in Malaysia and Vietnam came in for some criticism because once this plane turned around and went off in a completely different direction, both across Vietnamese airspace once it flew out the radar, those two teams should have much more quickly gone into emergency procedure mode according to these investigators, and they never did this. So they've been particularly criticized Steve McDonnell in Beijing, staying in China, a former soldier that has had an unusual fight to get his pension after being told he was a woman time. Mine has spent the past five months battling. To get the admin, Eric, erected on China media analyst. Carrie Allen told me what went wrong started this man sin MTN in in eastern China, he he'd already been claiming his his pension for three years, but he was a former soldier. He's he's a Bank official and he found out at the end of last year that he was also eligible for a military pension. So he he went to his local social security bureau to apply for this and asked for the paperwork and was told that he was a woman and he said to the people in the bureau, I'm clearly not. Can you? Can you please change this? And they gave him more paperwork and said, well, we can't do this. You also need to go back to your original employer to enough for them to do it, but being the military that would have required a completely different set of paperwork. So we kept on going to various places queuing for at least forty minutes. He said, in the newspaper that interviewed him Dr her daily and just getting nowhere. So the arrow was introduced what Berthel when he joined the military or when it was entered when he was in the military. Because back then it had been a number system based on either a one for male to female, and somebody literally made a typo when entering on the system, his gender, so you wasn't tables, change it and didn't know that existed for many years. But yes, struggled to get it corrected even though it was quite clear to everybody in the bureau that he was a man and the front front. He was closed as a woman men. He couldn't get that military pension. No, he couldn't know. So for five months, he was just going back and forth trying to sort out the paperwork and was being told, no, you need to get more paperwork. You need to go and visit your original employer and get this created from them. And I expect this has generated quite a lot of comment online. It has, yes, it's it's generated a lot of amusement, and this isn't the first time that something like this has happened a few years ago. There was an incident where someone have made the same mistake on HR birth certificate, and they'd found out that they had problems getting basically getting it changed. And instead the parents were told that they needed to get paternity maternity test to prove that's the child was does. So in line, a lot of people have been saying. Well, this is typical of the state not admitting to making a mistake, but trying to blame the public. And a lot of people are saying, it's typical that there's this much paperwork. Maybe he could've just dropped his trousers and this man still classed as a woman. He's not. No, he's clusters unmanned now and he's managed to get his pension China media analyst. Carrie Allen many of the stunts us on public display here in Britain. On a great figures from history kings queens, politicians and generals. But the public has been asked to nominate their favorite memorial to less well-known individuals. The request is being made by historic England and that director Celia Richardson spoke to Dan, Damon. A lot of European countries are facing discussions and challenges and debates about why there are often very few statues of women, people of color and working people and England's in the middle of this too. We've got a lot of petitions for new starts us. We have a first female settlers suffrage it starts. You offers woman in parliament..

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"celia richardson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"celia richardson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Before I tell you that, John can just say that Nelson Chamisa the leader of the, opposition has arrived here at Kuwadzana to polling station in Harari and you can hear. The, crowd surging around now young people, old people trying to press the flesh as. He moves in to cast his vote now the key factor to remember here we're seeing a pretty adoring crowds in, Harare you'd expect that because it's an MDC stronghold of the the five million voters double that number are in rural areas and that's where the MDC has a real struggle in terms of getting their own vote out. For also countering the kind of quiet intimidation that takes place in small, villages and towns and that Tim nation is August Rated by Zanu PF Well what what is traditionally happened is that you would have traditional leaders chiefs who depend on new PF the ruling party for patronage and they are told are historically have been told to not only, get the vote out but to warn those who don't vote are who they suspect of supporting the opposition, that whatever they do it will be known the great fear that was fostered in this country over many decades was that the ruling party, knew everything you did and it certainly knew who voted for now if the MDC can counter that in rural areas than there, in with a shout and if they make it if, they get into power can they bring about real change in a reasonably short period of time I mean there is certainly the international. Appetite for investment in Zimbabwe and that's absolutely critical. If, this country is to overcome the chronic on employment situation if there to bring in investment from countries other than China which supported the Mugabe regime if they're going to go to Europe if they're going to go to, America particularly and bring in foreign companies then this is very important this moment that it is seemed to, be a stable election under its aftermath is stable and the MDC for all the kind of extravagant promises that you refer to in that, discussion about bullet trains even bringing the Olympics that Bob way in the last few weeks has become much more sober and its, leader Nelson Chamisa the man I've just walked watched walking, into the polling station he has grown in stature and become more credible Fergal thank you very much. Indeed it is nineteen nearly twenty minutes past eight is there an underrecognized memorial in your town city or village perhaps commemorating under celebrated person calls or event will. This is, the moment to change that as historic England which champions and encourages us to. Cherish the historic places around the country has been asking the, public to share their knowledge of favorite local monuments and memorials, Celia Richardson is director of, public engagement at historic in Lincoln morning, what are you trying to do here are you trying to uncover hidden, gems have a close look. At what and why we memorialize things both those things we are doing a year a year long look at England's memorials you've got a fascinating collection they tell very interesting stories and they lend character, and identity to local places we found out that they are very popular we've had more than four hundred nominations already for things that. People would like to see covered all sorts of. Stories from a monument to the fifth Beatles do Sutcliffe in in in Liverpool. Which tells now a. Popular. Lunch spots to a memorial to teetotallers in. Preston that we've had listed today by the secretary of state, for culture media and sports and more happens to. These places which are nominated to they go into your, exhibition they go into a book do they get listed what what happens fifty of the four hundred so far going into our exhibition for exploration in our. Exhibitions going to be looking at everything from the very big grand. Memorials in our cities to the local? Stuff but yes also we are listing, eight today we're expecting more listing time goes on of the. Ones that are more unusual or meet the quite high threshold. For listing obviously there's. Things like the warmer morals. There's generals there's a nursing figures what have you what are some of the. Most unusual things you mentioned the Preston temperance. What I noticed one called the crossbones graveyard rats extrordinary so crossbones graveyards very moving place it is thought to have actually been the original resting place for. The Medieval sex workers who were licensed to, practice in Brussels by the church in Suffolk and what's happened is after after that in fifteen thousand Portas burials were held there it's no longer, you, people can't be buried there anymore but it's really been taken over. By the community it's been. Taken to people's hearts it's. Become a shrine to? The? Outcast dead? And absolutely covered in in ribbons and memorials and mementos of people who died from from, the seventeenth century and work houses right up to the present day and what's really interesting is that every. Year now, on, the east of Mary Magdalene. The Dina's Suffolk visits and makes an active regret and remembrance for the way that the church treated women do you think. There's, been a change or have you. Noticed a, change in the kind. Of things that? We memorialize on we I remember for example? The big who are, about Cecil Rhodes statue at Oxford University and whether that was, appropriate to have anymore all we. Changing and should we airbrush history like this well historic England favors reinterpret Tation over any sort of removal but what's been, happening is, yes you, have had campaigners who've really responded strongly to certain memorials for Goodell for we've also got lots of campaigners who leave flowers. Alan cheering memorial and from the LGBT? LGBT, community on his birthday And things like crossbones as we just discussed and but we. Do have a ways as new memorials honest we've got some really wonderful new ones often to to. Women working people there's a brilliant one in Carlisle which is of women who packed cars table, water biscuits in the cars factory Cima realize the female workforce there. And as a beautiful statue in jarrow of. The, jarrow crusade. Is. It's in a supermarket car park so, we are seeing a wave of new memorials at the, moment villages or towns ever say we've had enough of this memorial, date like this causes person anymore we're going to change it for something else no very rarely okay, and what can, people do if they, if they've. Got a gem that they think needs celebrating. What should they do visit as, historic England dot org dot UK or they should tweet us or any of. Our social media channels were still in the look. At or I'd say Richardson director public engagement historic England thank you Twenty four minutes. Past, eight in. Here. Is coffee again with the sport thank, you I'm not sure good morning Gary Thomas was still, celebrating at four am this morning according to his teammates as you, would if you had just become the first Welshman to win the torture France but Thomas is looking, forward to returning, to the UK I'll,.

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