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The Bright Side of the Serotonin Gene

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:45 min | 5 months ago

The Bright Side of the Serotonin Gene

"Why do some people get depressed under stress but not others. Many people have taken a stab at this question. But in two thousand and three psychologists abshalom caspi came upon a particularly eloquent answer. He and a team of researchers have been following a cohort of babies born in dunedin new zealand around nineteen seventy two. You may know it. As the dunedin multidisciplinary health and development study the one thousand and thirty seven children that took part in it have given us around three hundred papers on everything from heart disease to adhd but mainly. The study has focused on how the environment shapes a child's physical and mental health for years to come by the time of two thousand and three the human genome had just been mapped and talked to cassie was able to test. How a certain gene interacted with the environment to shape the development of depression that jane was the serotonin transporter gene also known as five. Hdtv slc success. Four or the cert. Gene we'll call it cert- in this podcast. The gene codes for the serotonin transporter which is a name. Implies helps transport serotonin back into the neuron. In the brain the gene comes in two major illegals a forms the short arm or esa salil and the long arm or l. Lille technically there is a third a some people have one of each eleo one s and one l. After dr caspi study they search. Jane would go on to be known as the gene for depression. but that's not exactly what he found dada caspi began by making a simple graph with all the data. He had gathered from the new zealanders on the bottom x. Xi's was a number of major life. Stressors they had been between h twenty one and twenty six and on the top. Y axis was the number of depressive. They endorsed when they were last interviewed at age. Twenty six as expected as the number of life stresses went up so did the number of depressive symptoms and the chance of a depressed episode an chance of a suicide attempt. Nothing surprising there. But then he split the sample into those with the short arm. S s cert- elliott and those with an long arm. The result was striking for people who experience no major stressors in their early twenties. The two groups had this same level of depression but as the number of stressors went up the level of depression worse too but only in the short arm s group. The long arms were unmoving. The level of depression did not rise even after four stressors. And we're not talking about everyday stressors like losing your wallet. These were big ones like getting fired from a job. Death of apparent becoming homeless

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

03:26 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"A new author. You've never heard before his not written anything in as a lawyer by day. Bronwyn that is she shouldn see. We'll just take the six copies. Thank you and then. Just as lockdown was coming up the buyer on the bus with her mask on couldn't get her mask off fast enough got to where it and say why. God is a one size billboards north east valley. We've never seen that before it. Quick change six to sixty and quickly reordered. So i wanted to have. Billboards here northeast valley. We've never seen the like. I wish i could have seen that. So yeah so it is. It's my twenty years in the book and publishing industry. This is a remarkable story. And you shouldn't feel imposter syndrome in more and we are so in enormously grateful that you would come down to dunedin. We seen your alma mater again. I'm incredibly proud of our alumni in particularly in the city of literature so rose will be happy to put her in pasta syndrome. Aside for a few minutes and sign books out the i and you can have a chat with her and thank you to each and every one of you for coming along in supporting the festival in particularly those fiscal sponsors that we have to the hardworking team and lastly but most importantly a huge thank you to rose at very happy birthday and it's been a delight chatting with you today. Thank you very much. This dunedin russia's rates peaceful podcast was brought to with funding from copyright licensing new zealand and the expertise of orpheum. The face will also offers. Thanks to a major funders creative new zealand. The dunedin city council and the tiger community trust. This podcast was produced by or fm dunedin with support from new zealand on air..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

05:15 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"Didn't get one of the details right and we heard from people at a toy to so in a sense when you get the the public discourse a little bit more active. Some of those stories emerge so so historians are very interested in in that untold cultural fighters. Well imagine the continuous updating of the app. so i'm just curious as the funding of this coming from offsets. There's been a huge project tonight in terms of getting some university basically driven project. I it's sure found by other institutions. Luckily were equal opportunity except funds. And we'll take money from buddy But the the answer to that is we do the round. So we started with university grants. We went to creative new zealand. One year old toddler community trust. So everybody's really interested in this in this project but it depends on on what aspect of the app we're actually developing so when we did funding for the today oh component. We looked at other other sources for that because you have different stakeholders interested in in different things. It's at this stage now that we have around one hundred and twenty locations around one hundred authors because some of them have multiple locations so as long as there aren't major technical changes that need doing it should be in a bit of a holding pattern. I don't want to jinx it but yes so that's the best answer that i have short. Hi are you still adding officers and writers to it and of so we can. We submit our people. Yes we we tried to. It's an open system and sites can be added. The production cycle is only difficult in terms of the recording. That's done because that's expensive and it requires certain certain talent. So there is no formal submission process. But i think there's an email that can be used and what happens is we don't make decisions in a kind of topdown manner. We outsource that and we have local and also new zealand scholars so that we have a diverse range of authors that reflects the diversity of literary history so the first thing to do is send email and and then the next time people start working on it. they'll be a whole raft of writers. Come in because we want new writers to be represented in addition we want some much older writers. There's some murray figures on the toggle peninsula that we haven't had a chance to had the right personnel to research so we're trying on both ends to update one final question. And then i think we've got a wrap up. Have you considered or has anybody else. Considered a dunedin unesco city of artistic experience. Yes could be having francs immediately yourself featured i and i and the curious. That's an excellent excellent question and we started the project. Dc were were very much interested in folding our project into other things they were doing that included street art and some of the other things that would be appropriate for actually traveling around some sort of environment. We wanted to do our own thing. But it still raises difficult questions of hoodoo include and dave is one of the fringe ones because his best known zillah stations..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"I had all sorts of encounters with their. That was during a time. When i was making examinations so i'd mark in the morning and then i'd be on the phone to women around the country in the afternoon. Hearing these wonderful stories. I five hundred words dave. Let me sandra for that. I was able to find a trace of been you not a score mentioned in who works and there is in the hollowed out pace of limestone that you say there which is where the children used to wait to be admitted to the public and dunedin essay audience members recognized it. It's it's marketplace so she has students and raise money for swimming pool so they don't have to make that epic trick makeup stewart straight to the school and it was also a chance to draw attention to that's commemorated women installation with a poem by our hyper local part. Pete roads. Thank you peter. Who's the focus of rogers teased. It's also an example of a writer of genre fiction who is rather unfairly by the luxury establishment. It's sad story. Or due to lack of supervision of a young and tune fresh and hot with the ideology of modernism. Who wrote that. These were terrible stories that were latest and completely denied. The validity of the young woman's loved experience. I don't think we'd put up with an metoo era. I'm running out of time and we need to. We need to move on. Perhaps some villagers say up in the hips hips. They will end on your out. Just the last one is the slide here. An example of luxury ephemera that we are commemorating in the app. This is the switchboard at university bookstore. Upstairs with the landfall office used to be. And that's child brushes name and chalk and charles brushes handwriting. Now has gone already since. I took that photograph at the end of last year because the students association remodeling that boating and putting apartments and the but i love that we captured it for for the app stopping. Now places.

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"I've i've enjoy doing it very much. So as i've been attending sessions at the writers fist of all and thank you very much to the inviting us along as well. I've been thinking about the questions. Asked and a lot of them have related to the audience. And i think if we think about the audience the that helps explain a lot of to you of of how we actually worked so we were of course working on the anecdote principle. We wanted to tie things to interesting sites about the town sites that mostly to accessible by foot or by public transport some of you may have seen the fabulous right up on the new zealand herald. That was put together by a staff writer there visiting dunedin and turing around on an ap bike so e bike riders ideally suited to that Because we've got an audience that are on the move. The writing needs to be not too complex. 'cause we're not many around falling over you've got to be able to think about placing one foot in front of the other and as we on with the writing of course. We then learned that the writing needs to be easily read by the voice talent so that was the end of my favorite compound complex sentences with a little bit of extra sprinkling voice and some technical vocabulary to raise up the time and there is not for an audience. Wants to hear as they wonder about the place. We only had five hundred words for each of these entries this short because they're going to be spoken and that of course states longer and that was the most appalling constraint for me the first one i handed stave with twelve hundred words. I can't do anything more with it. i had. I got there in the. But i had so much anecdotal. I was overwhelmed. It was also an opportunity for us to involve student writers and researchers to contribute to a project that boat on the schools that we've been developing with them and as we carried out research..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

05:42 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"Let his mind lifter habits behind while the more recent poem has junkies raking machines loose on montgomery montgomery avenue and the ghost of a cat. A black cat pokes. It's hit above the rebel and advises the poet old man. Go and listen to the leaf. Korean line is risk for so the city was also applies to go on from taking my jacket for a walk on the hill. Suburbs of dunedin. We find peter. All's in mornington going past the house where captain scott last slipped uncivilized terra firma with his wife kathleen before setting off on his epic journey. You can imagine him standing at the window and an elk alcove looking did south from the upstairs bedroom contemplating the way ahead in his mind's eye trial to the south pole in walking down elder street dropping down the steps from heriot row into elder street. Knox church dunedin north spread out like a tray of hot cross buns olds remembers number ten where i lived and wrote for five years in the late seventies and early eighties. Rooming house supreme a kind of sheltered workshop for poets and strays dunedin city of psychiatric clinics pubs and bookstores. Having shifted north. He says to get off pills and psychiatric on the last ends ed bus out of the city. I soon must view of the peninsula through the popular from the french door. I could stand there for hours and autumn mesmerized by the fog rolling off the dark brown heels in the clear a poem dedicated charles brash for some sort of signed to show me the way clear a path that might lead to some meeting. Place in old comrade honey to as drinking might jim jameson before stumbling to his death. Shoulders his way out of the crown hotel and into the wind at the corner of rattray street shoulders hunched tartan scarf whipping. Jim leaned into the wind. Wind leaned right back and then pulled away. Jim fell. He didn't feel hotness or coldness of the pavement for like an old friend comeback. Win held him as he fell apart departure. Anyone who has walked into the winter wind surging rattray street in winter comprehend list troubled in a light poem com evening. Dunedin ruth dillard's leans not until the wind but into the ineffable nine pm and the sun's still shining..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

03:14 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"I lived around these parts once in a house with roses and the woman on quiet nights. You could hear the smash at scott's out on the beach below. We drank too much wine. Stop thinking of each other one night and a heavy snow. She kicked me out. And not sure whether i knew i was coming or going. I went by this place believing. I wouldn't be back. Charles brash to was a keen walker in the chattering streets who tied hold one of his books ambulance. Walking in one of the light poems from his posthumously published collection home ground in tons of mantra of dunedin street names. Great king fellow london openly steps. He tramps his streets into recognition and listens at dorm for the low. C wooden scourged sullenly heaving sounding where every street in whiskered bigots who planned the city holy terrain mental cradle of virtue wrote in laney and his magnificent dunedin. Parliamentary to purgatory. Janet frames dunedin is a city that takes no chances on sunday afternoons. Having been to church the people a good quiet with sober drips. At the end of their cold dunedin noses even the winds complicit in the city's respectability combing la- seagulls like dan rough out of the sky in cat spring however feline. Early hunger makes a six-year-old slum of a city that is rumored to be clean and in dunedin morning the stream always allowed grumbler after a feed of high country. Rain cannot keep its wide apron. Clean in the cold hub. James k baxter remembers and adolescent night of the soul lying awake on a bench in the town belt alone. Eighteen more or less alive lying. Awake to the sound of clocks the railway clark townhall clark and diversity clock genteel exact therion conscience and in a small own mixed flooding asks stuffy university authorities. Have you forgotten that your city was well founded and bastardry and half your eldest. God be thanked on the wrong side of the blanket for baxter. The mid twentieth mid twentieth centuries aid was on the one hand mausoleum bush respectability and on the other theater muhima in revolt at santa beliefs stream. And it's coverted course was a symbol of the natural forces repressed by the kelvin as of calvinism. The times peter old lived for a time in the early nineteen seventies on the banks of the leafs heard stream and respectable montgomery avenue and revisiting. The nostalgia heroes off down at fifty eight v eight beer bottles rolling in the back. Fumes pouring through the floorboards. It was there that the woman who wants..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"Thank you next up. We have a poet. Visual artist publisher and translator roger. Hicken many of you know him through cold hub press. Today he'll be talking to us about the recently published work a town trod by poets. Please join me in welcoming. Br dunedin appropriately for new zealand city of literature. Same to crop up in poetry more frequently and more vividly than any other new zealand city or town. It has a temporal symbolic santer of many of the poems of janet frame james k baxter and peter alds. It's charles brash. Home ground city. That floats on the edge past century beat of breakers beyond white island last stiffened nothing it has baxter's southern town a hands breadth from antarctica. It has peter houses deep southern freeze. Montgomery avenue not thinks is tonight with the tampa. Expect to see icebergs floating harbour after this city of literature publication town trod by poets which features photographs and poetry by peter. All of a poem by mexican halio address to peter began as a paper presented. Two thousand sixteen center for the book symposium book and plice sauntering around the city trailing a string of quotations i meant to offer an impressionistic account of dunedin's presence in poetry with an emphasis on the poetry payrolls more than any other writer whose mapped the stories dunedin straits subtitled. Search for truth. Underneath and streets grew from a phrase in a poem of mine grim satori on dunedin streets dunedin having been the locus of my misspent youth. Not all of which i care to remember a backdrop to the adventure of suffering to paraphrase in loni for whom the city was an tip in mount third tory hill tree and tower by sunlight or stylized assembled into a sitting for something to take place in so what follows snippets from town by poets. The old wise journey on foot robert mcfarland right. The compact between riding and walking almost as old as literature award is only a step away from a story. Many of the dunedin poems of peter alds stories of or footnotes to his walks street after salt win street as good an example as any as bell. Now's park or two thousand eight in which he steps into a story in the imagined company of some local literary four years. Charles brash risk dallas. Ah read james k baxter and an ex-lover as he walks up high gaze towards the town belt nor west wind at my back stopped at bell. Now's park for a p and a clump of bush. Got sniffed out by a black dog took a seat on an antiquated bench to take in the view the ground hollowed at my feet by those. Who'd been before me watching. The surf roll into clear. Poets charles and ruth comparing peninsula visions. I am sky sharing egg and possibly sandwiches. Young couples shooting just starting out on life's moonlit journey..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

05:32 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"So it's not it's not really what what what about on dominant declaration at some fun of color somewhere in the gardens there. You can see. Peter pan only start you. So there's a an ace of storybook link as well. Let's one map. I drew a during the lockdown for local businesses and it was weight on the internet is an interactive map so you can click on each of those little businesses delve into the website. See what's going on and again this. I'm not talking for but of streets play much as a headache. Every time of joined the industry sorts often always got to go back and check and recheck. Something about the layer people say it was like based on plot. No i'm always thinking you know entered mouths. I love doing that. Trying to find innovative ways of drawing maps while he won't care inventing you chocolate bars so maybe a scratch and sniff about this coming soon. So this one. The dunedin botanical gardens. Which again have taken lots of artists that license here s where it becomes a painting becomes a map and again and the task of drawn. And they're they're more to give a feeling on the floor to the painting rather than i gave and you would probably get end up getting lost if you tried. It wouldn't make sense to in real life but again it's all about fun again. We're up flying. Peter pan and wendy and the children and then went to next one similar one which is a canary. None of nother. One of dunedin's portee gems again. I've really gone tone with the artistic license. It's not amount that you would use to prevent you from being which is what mobster but rather an illustration of somewhere where you may be quite happy becoming lost and all of that beautiful flora and fauna. So and then. I'll just this one again back to the commodore motel. They've been they've been so helpful to me to allow me to adorn the walls with ella street maps again. This is the reception area again. Another color and fun guests can stand and talk about places that been to and what happened there and where to go but but made just bring this to an end by reaffirming maps for me. They're all about stories and feelings on memory. And i've really a terrible terrible sense of direction and even them up but they're not not really for that for me map some more about that a souvenir of that place of tame i love fainting little maps that people have discovered and of drawn little or drawn figures we see all minor of life and stories within the streets stewart street for example some people but we all have different feelings about different streep's and dunedin and whether we like not. Maybe if you're standing at the bottom of stuart three app to walk up it to get home i mean. That's an epic epic poem let alone anthony hill philly dread feeling more place for me. The maury of course and scotland sums upper memory for me of being a teenager and camping and then walking over the bridge which links to the black hail walking over that bridge with by sleeping bike on my head to prevent the brutal assault from messages. So often thank you. But that bit marketplace's selfish that amazing stuck circular street..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

02:52 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"Of the needing. And what what they saw and had smelled so much can do that they can. They can take the viewer to place in tame a memory an experience. Okay so so. This is a painting a couple years ago. Not exactly a mop arch but probably familiar to you as the former post office building and then maybe maybe. It's a snapshot from some sort of painted futuristic. Google maps some her. I wasn't actually going for global warming. Cautionary vision here. I actually started off in a positive frame of mind. Wanted it to be kane of venice of dunedin but watery utopia robina droned dystopia by say could make book cover for stop in dunedin based novel leave the f. more maps. This is airport. Toilets dunedin airport. This may seem bentley slate. You of me going on my holidays but these these are two maps that a been drawing to over the years one of the peninsula and one of the the city splice together blown up and blasted and the why not so the idea. Is that this tape. You're you've got bedside year. You're flying over the map looking known it's all hand-drawn so maybe you can be a hand drawn character as well and therefore anything can happen and i join you make up as you go along so anything can happen even a missing a flight so move onto the next one another map. So good old gable end painting. This is a building done at the commodore motel and the north end of the not really the jewish. Too faint. your way around that part of the tone. Maybe maybe that guests can look at it as see where they are in relation to that the gardens and the motel so actually they don't really need to do. Gps and maps on the phone..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

04:12 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"This podcast was produced by or if him dunedin with support from new zealand on the twenty twenty one eight and and rate is face was out an ot potty dunedin at unesco city of literature from the sex until the night of my and this podcast series. We share recordings from these stations. With here and mapping dunedin stories. Frank gordon roger hicken david. Chicory co and nikola commons discuss the intimate connection. Cityscapes have the literary imagine nation presented by j w smeeton and co accountants cityscapes and their surroundings an intimate connection to the literary magic potion inscribing his sense of place a sense of identity that persists through time. We're so the scholars say how does dunedin map. Its own literary heritage it. What was might special claim to that intimate connection between landscape literature and collective identity does such mapping faithfully preserve our literary history or. Does it playfully subvert that role in practice. These are some of the questions we might consider today as we welcome you to this session. On mapping dunedin's stories brought to you with the gracious support of j w smeaton accountants. I'm david rico. Your host for the session. I'm joined by frank. Gordon roger hicken nikola cummins and the really curious thing about this session. Today is that we're all coming at this project of mapping in distinctly different ways from hand-drawn maps to digital apps and street art and poetry between so toward that end first up. We have painter and illustrator. Frank gordon known for his iconic illustrated depictions of dunedin. So please join me in welcoming frank..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"This podcast was produced by or if him dunedin with support from new zealand on the twenty twenty one thousand eight and riders and rate is face was out an ot potty jonatan at unesco city of literature from the sex until the night of my and this podcast series. We share recordings from these stations with here and go in the mira. Rose collins talks to fill a duffy about what happens to a story. when a book snapped up by hollywood's tina cacho keto welcome. Everybody and it's not even to me once today so happy. Mother's day to all the mothers and the room and also significant others and also a happy birthday. Believe it or not carlyle. She gets the cornell. Today co philip duffy. Talk highly my and welcome to the season. The amazing dunedin writers and readers festival. Twenty twenty one. I'm here with former lawyer. Former sailor possibly in be selling debut. Writer rose carlisle today. We'll just enjoy a wide ranging conversation about the book. Her writing life also will have a few minutes for questions at the end about girl and the girl in the mirror which i hope many of you have had a chance to read those of you. Who haven't will take the opportunity once we get to question time the. Ob some roving microphones and the fabulous. Volunteers will be taking it around. So if you could please just white for the mic. That way everyone in the audience can hear particularly those like me who do have some hearing difficulties and so rose welcome back to dunedin roses a proud alumna of the university of chicago and loss. Go from the era of coffees. So what do you remember or not. Remember about your student days. I remember being really really cold and going to the come to study because it was warm much has changed but i had a really great time when i was here. I remember. It snowed for three weeks at one point on the ground for three weeks. And which i've hit doesn't hasn't really happened for a long time but i really loved that because i always wanted to live in the snowy when i was a kid and of course growing up in clinton never happened great and so you did a law degree but did you dilly dally around and other subjects as well. I actually sort of raced through my law degree and was practicing law at twenty one. Which is crazy really..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"All as he was saying. Write a poem. Yeah yeah excellent. Well if nobody else has any more questions. This is the moment where i say going going gone. Then way will end the session on time jillian and it remains to me to thank you all so much for being here and being the audience to thank otago. University press again for being the sponsors to thank dunedin writers and readers festival for having us here and having us all walk the heartland together this afternoon. If you do want to buy a copy of map for the heart you can do that just outside at the university bookshop table and jillian what you will sign name. yeah. Gillian will attend name to her name. And thank you so much for. Today's been such a pleasure listening to you. And just you're so generous with your with your time and with your life and with your heart so thank you so very much. He live this dunedin. Russia's and rate is peaceful podcast was brought to with funding from copyright licensing zealand and the expertise of orpheum. The face will also offers thanks to a major funders creative new zealand. The dunedin city council and the tiger community trust this podcast was produced by orpheum dunedin with support from new zealand on air..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"So i think that is to be mindful of of we read. And you hear this family via but fellowships come at a good time and you can concentrate on it. It's an amazing fellowship. I yeah like. I said i am really ruined for real life. I have a lovely office and the studies dunedin's amazing place you guys whoever's from dunedin news real lucky your co place yen at like at sorority may. I'm like wall. That's almost half a year gone. But yeah i'm having time to work and i'm enjoying working finish the new novel by the end of the years hitting i would definitely have my name in. The beginning was to have a draft in. I don't know how many drafts name to go through with it. Many drafts away. I think like teen high net them. Every time i almost every time you change a sinton's almost really in your draft of. I don't know how people media the new drafts really because you just kind of sliding over the whole thing again and again so when i say a second draft i main problem. I don't know how people measure these drafts anyway. But it'll get wrong in. I'll have. I'll probably expected another couple of years after that. I don't know we cannot wait that long. Just saying i promise you faithfully time for your questions and a wonderful opportunity. Honestly this is what i do for a living. And i wouldn't want to do anything else to to talk to creative people. I'm about their work. People admire so pleased. A hand up here already fantastic. We're just get a microphone to you. Just so everyone can thought. We need ashes on rollerblades around might be degree of just over there in the corner enthusiastic. Hand up fantastic. Hi there. I would love it if you could tell us. I'm just certain of what happened. Between when you dropped your manuscript.

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"Making sure that your phone is turned off as a really really good idea. All right thank you very much. I'm lyn freeman host of iron. Did nationals act show standing-room-only cutting years ago. Mutual friend of ours sent me an email about a brand new novel by journalist. Friend waste port newspaper memory. There was a photograph of you. In the back of a car. Cartons of books the author was vicky manoa to needless to say i was very grateful to our free and theresa for the tip reading the boca hit of air interview. I was groped and astonished and heartbroken. I could list off always qualities. But i'm sure you've read the novel. So you know them and susan judges and critics have done a very good job and assessing this important books qualities. Becky is also lucky dunedin. This is robert boone's fellow at the university of our tango. I believe it's rare for a writer to be off this early in their literary career and that speaks volumes. Also itself picky. We meet in person in november at the paper. Which was this lovely to see you and your habitat before you came to dunedin for the fellowship. And you're kind of in the midst of logistics and. How's this going to work in your and your job has gone kelly out. Everyone it's going. It's going amazingly. I'm ruined for real life now. That's what of of forget. Mostly is that now. I can't go back to having a real rotating. Even though i have made sort of a rotating for myself and my kids have come down to dunedin what may and my son's even tena my daughter's twelve so that was a big ask of them but Really good at adjusting. I've i've done it. A pet in helping him adjust. I actually love your knowledge moments and our way and i was rereading it today and you think children for the fact that there were sacrifices on their part for you to be able to write your novel..

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

03:21 min | 7 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

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"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"dunedin" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"Going to do a little bit of reading from the books of choice from these authors and they have some rather take some of them books and some beautifully pristine copies of books of that that they have out maybe new copies to replace the saying h them was going to read for awhile while and answer some questions about the books. And then we're going to have we're going to have a chat amongst each other about the rating and about the books and then we'll open it up for lots and lots of questions that i know you'll have so now. He's going to go fist. And okay. so. I am going to read from dragons dawn by mccaffrey. I'm sure there are some mccaffrey fans in the audience. I see some nodding heads. I've found mccaffrey's books as a young teenager. And i just fell in love so this book just represents her entire hoover basically i raid everything and the reason this book is so pristine is because when i was first reading the most reading them out of the library and when i got older i started to collect all the additions of the books as i might have more than one copy we want to talk about. How many But there's there's such joy in these books and i still read them to this day. They held up really well with your young teen or an adult. And if you don't know about these books like science fiction it's it's about an agrarian colony on a on a new planet that cut off from earth and they find out that this really peaceful colony supposed to just be pharma's and stuff. There's a thing that falls from the sky that called thread it's caused by a celestial phenomenon phenomenon that comes around every few hundred years and what it does a digs into the soil digs into people basically kills everything in its path and they're trapped on this planet with no weapons nothing to defend themselves. This thing that's falling from the sky destroying all the crops and the planet has these little Little creatures that call five dragons and they're just little tiny happy creatures that followed people around and we'd little puffer fire. They're not dangerous at all and so but then they get to thinking like they have scientists because again they're in agrarian colony. I said can we engineer them to be bigger and then then they can fire the threat and kill it as it's falling from the sky and the other thing about these little dragons is that they can teleport so they can escape that stuff. It's fully appear somewhere else far and gone okay. So that's a little bit of background. See understand the little excerpt street. The dragons lipped upward from the ledge before the cave giving themselves enough era to take the first four sweep over the last few weeks dragon. Bex had strengthened in muscled up. That had managed flights several hours. Duration is even more assiduously. We're improving long discussions with drake behavior. Fear force and some of the other pilots who had both fighter experience in the old notch. He wore and plenty of fighting. Thrid had improved dragon. Riders basic understanding of the skills needed.

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Ryu Pitches 7 Masterful Innings, Blue Jays Beat Red Sox 8–0

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Ryu Pitches 7 Masterful Innings, Blue Jays Beat Red Sox 8–0

"Charles bankrupted eighteen hits the red the red Sox eight nothing in Dunedin Florida Vladimir Guerrero junior Telstra Hernandez and Ortiz guerrilla junior had three hits apiece in the victory or Randall Grichuk hit a two run home run in the eighth inning of all star reliever Matt Andriese his seventh of the season blue jays starter hundred review had another solid start going seven innings scattering just four hits while striking out seven he was record improves to foreign to Eduardo Rodriguez one five he took the loss to fall to five in two I'm John at the rate

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Florida Homeowner Ordered to Pay $30,000 for Overgrown Grass

Captain Mike Anderson

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Florida Homeowner Ordered to Pay $30,000 for Overgrown Grass

"Man loses a court battle over heavy fines for tall grass he was fined $30,000 for not mourn his grass made a federal case out of it and lost. James picking had a lean place on his property after the city of Dunedin, find him $500 a day for not mowing the yard in 2018. He was in South Carolina, he says, tending to his mother's estate. A judge ruled Thicken wasn't entitled to a notice before the city started fighting him because he was a repeat offender. Pickens lawyer says there will be an appeal.

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Blue Jays barred from playing games in Toronto

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Blue Jays barred from playing games in Toronto

"Activity. With Major League Baseball kicking off their official season this week. The Blue Jays won't play their home games in Toronto this year because Canada's government doesn't think it's safe for players to travel back and forth from the United States. Immigration Minister Marco Mendocino said. The federal government has denied the Blue Jays request to play at the Roger Centre. The team's alternate sites for home games include their training facility, and Dunedin, Florida, which is among the states that are virus hot spots. As well as Celine Field in Buffalo, New York, which is home to Toronto's Triple A affiliate and just across the

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No Canada: Blue Jays not allowed to play games in Toronto

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

No Canada: Blue Jays not allowed to play games in Toronto

"In the Canadian government, not letting the Blue Jays play any home games in Toronto this season, Canada's health minister says along the baseball team to play the regular season posed too great of a health risk. Because they and other opponents would also have to repeatedly traveled across the border teams considering playing its games instead, either a buffalo or their spring training facility in Dunedin, Florida, the season getting underway and later on this week. After missing

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Blue Jays barred from playing games in Toronto

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Blue Jays barred from playing games in Toronto

"Jays have been denied approval by the Canadian federal government to play games in the city of Toronto. The athletic Toronto's Caitlin McGrath tweeting. The likeliest scenario is they play home games in Buffalo, The Dunedin, Florida option. Which is where the Jays training facility is located, seems to have fallen out of favor recently, given the covert 19 situation in the state of Florida, the J's home opener Wednesday, July 29th against the Washington

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Denise, Denisa Wtn And Tabet And Plateau discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Denise, Denisa Wtn And Tabet And Plateau discussed on Nature Podcast

"Gonna be talking about Denisa vans. This mysterious ancient hormone in group. What's been going on? Yes. Since they were discovered a decade ago. Research has been looking for more remains of these Denisovans than so far. They've only found them in this one cave in Siberia. And finally, they found this new jewel bone from Tabet, which seems to be Dunedin ROY walk. Can you tell me about the Denise then sort of in general, but we don't have much about them? They're very mysterious group of kind of extinct hominids, but we know that modern humans in places like Asia. Shania have some Denise of DNA in the genome. And so for a while now research is expected that these Denisa wtn's lived kind of far beyond this one cave in Siberia, where they've found on this point is evidence of that. So this is this is to bed, which is thousands of miles away from the original cave. Yeah. That's right. And you know, people have thought maybe China would be the place to find these other Denisov and Fussell's and out there. Right. But interestingly, it was a very unusual. Okay. Occasion on the Tabet and plateau over three thousand meters above sea level. So that's that's really high for HAMAs group to be living in. How do we know that this is a Denise, Yvonne, and not maybe a Neanderthal that that's one of the most interesting things about the study. So previously people have identified Denisa than remains by looking at ancient DNA that has remained in the Fussell's. This fossil didn't have any researchers couldn't extract DNA from it. So instead they looked to the ancient proteins that were harbored within the fossil. And this is the first time that people have identified and extinct common solely on the. Basis of the proteins remain in the only previous news at we talked about the potential of using proteins to try classified sort of engine hominem species. But it sounds like that it's been done then in this case, and what what sort of proteins with the research is looking at in this case, the researchers were specifically looking at collagen proteins from the teeth of specimen so collagen protein make up the structure of the teeth. But the study suggests that maybe ancient protein analysis could be used for other similar specimens in the future. In other cases, where researchers are unable to extract DNA, maybe they'll still be some protein surviving, and maybe they could use that to place again places specimen into an evolutionary tree like this. And that could be particularly useful for older specimens where there might still be proteins, even though the DNA is degraded or specimens have been uncovered in warmer climates like southeast Asia, for example, because those climates DNA degrades relatively quickly. But again proteins might stand more of a chance of surviving.

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One Hundred Degrees, Twenty Four Foot and Fifteen Foot discussed on Ron St. Pierre

Ron St. Pierre

03:33 min | 3 years ago

One Hundred Degrees, Twenty Four Foot and Fifteen Foot discussed on Ron St. Pierre

"Health to contraception insurance coverage to the potential altering of boundaries within the i ninety five redevelopment district raimondo's aides say the legislature has shipped over to her all the bills passed this year she is now done signing vetoing or allowing them to become law without his signature while one single day governor pens one hundred eighty three bills into law of course she doesn't have any veto power because well because the state lawmakers won't let us vote on it no they certainly don't want it and they won't even let us they won't even put it on a referendum unfortunately so the heat continues in fact three people in the northeastern dead from this heat wave one woman who was gardening and pennsylvania like that can't wait an elderly man in new york city and a thirty year old man in wilmington new york of all died due to the hot temperatures couple of deaths in kansas city also being looked at in texas three people attending a holiday event were taken to the hospital to one hundred and three million americans are stuck in this thing from the midwest west to the northeast and south all under heat alert not only heat index is hitting triple digits but in some spots the temperatures are actually gonna rise to one hundred degrees to whether it's not supposed to start breaking as we sit until tomorrow so remember stay indoors as much as you possibly can find a cool place go to the movies go to the mall library stay hydrated and make sure you check in on your vulnerable neighbors and family especially elderly neighbors and the young ones because they are the most prone to some heat damage so just take it easy take a slow if you don't have to do anything don't do it people heading to the beach to escape the heat that's for sure michaela mcdonald from eyewitness news following them from near alpha warrick cranston and far linden her long island new york great sir you up your vacationing dozens flock to oakland beach in warwick to cool off this independence day enjoy the warm weather and the sun and get some pulling off what is beautiful nice and warm already pretty hot out to the beach now go home to get ready for the wedding it's been amazing so far some refreshed with new england frozen lemonade i got my laminate i'm all set others had their heart set on the doe boys boy boy i loved boys in chowder house tells us that july third and fourth are two of the busiest days of the year for them last night they even extended their hours for fireworks at the beach rhode island department of health had actually closed oakland beach swimming due to hide bacteria levels previously but that had reopened just in time for the fourth of july holiday nine minutes after seven o'clock i dunno hot doboy the day like yesterday you know i listen i guess this tradition i couldn't do it dunedin naylor in the providence journal says five children and three adults were rescued wednesday afternoon from an overloaded fifteen foot boston whaler that was swamped by a wave and the breezeway near george's of galilee salty brine state beach out there narragansett harbourmaster kevin connor said that he saw the small craft and he came in behind one of the block island ferries saying that it looked to me like a grossly overloaded boat and i knew it was just a a recipe for disaster he said on wednesday night so he activated the blue lights on his twenty four foot police boat and made a beeline for that wailer you said they took a swell right over the bow he said washed a couple of kids from.

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Putin denies Russia responsible for MH17 downing

Global News Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Putin denies Russia responsible for MH17 downing

"Gatien dozens have come forward publicly to accuse him of sexual assault some even including rape and the states back over four years fieger outside that police station and later harvey weinstein left the police station in handcuffs flanked by two police officers on his way to court the netherlands and australia have announced that they are formally holding russia responsible for its role in shooting down the malaysia airlines flight m h seventeen over ukraine in july twenty fourteen all two hundred ninety eight people on board the plane were killed on thursday the dutch lead investigation team named the russian army unit that supplied the missile russia has denied involvement today the dutch foreign minister steph block had this to say initial if your conclusions which could joint investigation team to council of ministers discussed to findings of the joint investigation presented yesterday and made an important decision the netherlands hold russia legally responsible for the downing of flight i made seventeen this is a joint decision might dunedin's and ustralia country which is like us many victims on boards made seventeen our governments of informed russia of our decision by a diplomatic channels well to the bbc's anna hologhan in the netherlands so eight very significant announcement nearly four years after the crash usually significant but to be honest they didn't really have much choice off to the dumbing conclusions published yesterday by the joint investigation teams that you heard there steph block saying that disaster caused irreparable suffering an based on those conclusions that we heard yesterday that the missile was supplied from russia it was a a missile rocket that had been made in moscow in nineteen eightysix they have the markings they have the social media material and they believe beyond any doubt that this had been fired by the fifty third brigade.

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