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Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"east midlands" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"For news. Let's start with this. A west, this is from the ab Harold, aviation Herald. A west air Sweden BAE ATP registration Sierra echo Lima papa Sierra, performing fright flight 5 22 from east Midlands, England to the Isle of Man UK with two crew was on final approach to isle of a man's runway two 6. When the first officer pilot flying attempted to disconnect the act of autopilot two, however, no autopilot disconnect whaler occurred, and there was resistance on the flight controls, although both primary flight display showed the autopilot disconnected. The captain took control, pressed the sink button or maybe its sin but not around SY N felt no longer resistance to flight control inputs and continued for a safe landing. On August 25th, 2022, just mirror days ago. Released their final bulletin concluding the probable causes of the incident where the autopilot wouldn't disconnect. No, the investigation concluded that the anomalies with the audio warnings were probably associated with corrosion and moisture caused by water ingress through the DV windows. What's that? Direct vision windows? Oh, okay. Sure. I'm thinking. Yeah, sounds good to me. Go with that. Let's see the AIB was unable to replicate the reported anomalies in the autopilot system, but theoretical analysis by the autopilot man autopilot manufacturer identified a scenario involving the autopilot disconnect button and the associated debounce circuit that could lead to a partial disengagement of the autopilot. This scenario could explain the previous occurrences on golf bravo uniform uniform Romeo and Sierra echo. Mike hotel foxtrot, but would only partially explain the occurrence to this particular airplane. Although the aircraft abnormal emergency checklist had contained a procedure for the failure of the autopilot to disengage, the commander reactive reacted instinctively due to his awareness of a previous occurrence that he had read about in an IB report. While the slipping cut clutch is designed to allow the crew to overpower and autopilot that does not disengage a substantial increase in the force required to operate the flying controls when light on the approach could present an increased safety risk to the aircraft. The commander used the sync button which allowed him to operate the controls without hindrance and land the aircraft without further incident. Analyze that, well, they said the investigation could not find or identify any faults with the autopilot system that could explain the resistance to movement in the flying controls, but then it goes on into a little bit more detail about audio warnings and how the autopilot works with the various servos, et cetera, et cetera. I don't know. Captain Nick, what do you think? What's going on? I don't know what a sync button is. I don't either. I don't know. Well, hey, any ATP pilots in our live audience? I think they're all dead. I haul boxes says ATP stands for always technical problems. This was not British aerospace is currently glory this aeroplane. The fact that it's got leaky windows doesn't surprise me. And letting moisture in. But yeah. I don't understand the technical issues raised. It sounds like they did everything they should do, but I think that possibility was that they might have been better off attempting a go around. And then sorting it out to make sure, because if you find that the autopilot does something weird in the last ten feet, you could be really embarrassed. And whilst he thought he'd got it sorted, my feeling is climb the airplane away. Get it to a safe height. Do low speed handling check, make sure that you've got full control of the airplane and then make another approach. But that's just me. So there you go. We need miler on the show. Yes, you're quite right. For that suggestion. A little late, don't you think? Yes. Okay. She wasn't on the jump seat. No. I looked for her all day. I couldn't find her. By the way, I love the picture of the circuit board. I mean, that's really high-tech, that stuff, isn't it? It looks like an old RadioShack. I've seen World War II airplanes with better looking circuit boards. Vacuum tubes. That's true. That's true. That's very true. But if it had vacuum tubes would be impervious to nuclear, what do they call that nuclear or something? Yeah. Well, there you have it. Anything else. I can't really say much about it, but there you go. That's my only real input. I thought perhaps, you know, they should have flown away and had to think about it before attempting the landing. I don't get it that he pushed a button and didn't get the siren. But it showed connected still. Yeah. And it's like, did he hit the wrong button? Well, I don't know. No, I had a feeling that the flight director and the pilot's fine display would show that the autopilot was disengaged. So it did appear to be disengaged and they didn't get the whaler because of the corrosion. In that circuit board. And they also felt stiffness on the controls indicating that perhaps the pilot was still sort of physically engaged in the control system. That was my reading of it. It's embarrassing to have stiffness on the controls. Isn't it? No, actually. It's a good thing. Some people would say yes, it was a good thing. Not in this case. That wasn't a falcon. On the autopilot, this doesn't disconnect. You can not overpower it. Oh, really? Does not have that ability. It's pretty interesting. That's no good. Yeah. No, that's not like the sound of that. All right, let's move on. We're going to try to knock out as much feedback as possible on today's show. So we're going to try to make the news portion segment of the show as short as possible. And let's go to this next item in the news. An incident Alaska air Boeing 7 37 900 registration November 2 9 three alpha kilo performing flight 5 58 from Seattle, Washington to San Diego. With 176 passengers and 6 crew was climbing out of Seattle's runway one 6 left. When the crew felt an unusual vibration from the left side of the aircraft, let's see if we have maybe some news coverage of this. Looking live at its C tech airport, some scary moments for people on an Alaska airlines flight from Seattle this morning as a plane made an emergency landing. Take a look here. Somebody we just got in tonight. And you can see parts of the left engine coming loose during the landing. They start flapping eventually. They say Christmas. Unwrapping the engine.
"east midlands" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"They'll drive you happy. It's December 1963 4 a.m. Istanbul. Veronica opens her eyes, the dark room comes into focus. She takes in the moonlight through the floor to ceiling windows, the cool feel of silk bedsheets against her skin. Never get why that's luxurious gross. I certainly agree. They get too hot. Horrible. Now she remembers where she is. On her honeymoon. The new misses Bingham smiles as she reaches out to touch her husband. But he's not there. She finds him at the other end of their lavish honeymoon suite, playing backgammon. Also using up at this hour. John belly glances at her and grossed in his game. Couldn't sleep, just practicing, go back to bed. Veronica won't be dismissed so easily. She sits beside Jon, softening her expression. She tilts his head up towards her, and eyes him, flirtatious. There are other things one can do if one can't sleep. John slams one of his counters down on the board. Damn it, woman. I'm trying to concentrate. Shaken. Veronica hurries back to bed. This is a side of her new husband. She hasn't seen before. In fact, John's been distanced since the wedding. The day itself was modest, but lovely, with a few royals like princess Alice in attendance. That's what we call you on the WhatsApp group. Princess Alice is running late again. Okay, that was too close to the bone. But John was quiet during their journey here on the Orient Express. And since they arrived in Istanbul, he seemed distracted. Okay, but seriously, that is the shortest honeymoon period ever. He was distant from the wedding onwards. To her surprise, he abandons his game and joins her. I'm sorry darling, I've neglected you. Is it something I've done? John looks horrified at the idea. He pulls her clothes. Absolutely not. The problem is me. The truth is, I miss my club on all that. Call it homesickness, pathetic for a grown man. I know. I mean, look, I'm a homebody. I get it. But you are just on holiday. You're only away from the club for what, a week or two. Veronica doesn't think like that at all. She feels it too. They've bought a new house in belgravia and Veronica has been itching to get back there and make it their home. Why don't we go back early? We could fly, so spending another week on that ghastly train. Miss exactly east Midlands trains at rush hour, is it? The most decadent way to travel. The luxury. What would people say? Who cares? We have each other now. We do things our way. I knew there was a reason I married you. John draws her close. Veronica rests her head against his chest, feeling the closeness between them return. She certain that if they're united, they can get through anything..
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"east midlands" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Charlie, Yankee, performing flight 5 L from east Midlands to Exeter with two crew, landed on Exeter's runway two 6 at two 34 in the morning to zero two 34 local time. But suffered a very hard touchdown. The aircraft rolled out without further incident, no injuries are being reported. On the 19th of May, 2022, so just a few days back. The AAI B released their final report, concluding the probable causes of the accident were. The aircraft suffered a hard landing. That's what I would come up with as well. As a result of the approach being continued after it became unstable, after the aircraft had passed the point, where the crew had declared the approach stable and continued. Despite high rates of descent being observed beyond the stable point, together with associated alerts, the crew elected to continue to land, had the approach been discontinued and a go around flown, even at a low height, while the aircraft may have touched down the damage sustained may have been lessened. While the operating manual did not specifically state that an approach was to remain stable beyond the gate on the approach, the flight crew training manual was specific that if it did not remain stable, a go around should be initiated. The commander may have been may have given the co-pilot the benefit of the doubt and believed she had the ability to correct an approach that became unstable on the final few hundred feet of the approach. However, had there been any doubt, a go around should be expected. And I just have to do this. You can always go around. And then you're not going to be in a final report of the air accidents investigation branch. Pretty much so. Now, if you get into the details here or maybe Nick, if you know a little bit more and have read on, during this last 500 feet, I think the sync rate call out from the enhanced ground proximity water system. They got three, I think, don't sink or sink rates in great. That's what they got. It was not an easier approach is three and a half degree approach, which is steeper than the normal approach that most of us use to. So that was one factor. And I did think the crew made any particular reference to that, which has a slight bearing on the result, but they. First off to fly in the approach. Got the aircraft just a little bit high. And we're not talking far from the runway when you're only at 500 feet. You haven't got much to do to correct an error on the IS, because as you get closer to the origin of the iOS aerials, much smaller corrections are required to correct for what appears to be quite a large deviation in the needles. We're all familiar with that when you're a long way away, you know, you need a big correction to get back on the glide path or whatever. But they've been flying over 800 feet a minute to maintain a three and a half degree climb park. Got a little high, but then built up quite quickly, a significant rate of descent. And the captain was had flown with this first officer quite a while and was confident in their ability, so he sort of sat in his hands a little bit, which in this circumstance, in this case, was definitely not the right thing to do, because when it got to the point when he finally realized that the attitude was well down on what it should have been to make an approach for this runway, the would need an aircraft attitude of about plus 1°. So their cross going down, but the nose is ever so slightly up. She had about 5 or 6° nose down, which is quite an attitude difference that close to the ground. Built up a large rate of descent, and captain failed to take control and to go around. Captain's ultimately responsible for his aircraft and if the other pilot isn't doing what he would do, in other words, making a mistake you've got to say at one at some point before it becomes a disaster that, you know, this is a learning point. Let's talk about it later. I have control going around or just order the go around. Because you've now exceeded your stability requirements, a first stabilized approach. And this is an interesting point. The airline that I flew for, we didn't declare that we were stabilized. In other words, at some point, some airlines have a procedure that you come down the approach and at some point, whether it's a thousand feet or 500 feet, you say, we're stabilized. In other words, at that point, you've achieved the stabilized criteria in aircraft after you rate the sense speed. Accuracy on the iOS, all the things you need to fly a smooth approach. I align didn't have that procedure, and they said, the reason we're not going to introduce that is because we don't want you to think I'm now stabilized. And I don't have to worry about that anymore. It's a fluid dynamic situation. Not a fixed point in time. No, exactly right, Jeff. So they said, don't do that. Just make sure you remain within the stabilized career tip criteria throughout the entirety of your approach. And this airline didn't adopt that procedure. They declared they were stabilized, and then when they destabilized after that point, you've got that mental, but we've done the stabilizing. We don't have to worry about those parameters anymore. That's not the case. So yeah, they had a lot of rated ascent and they didn't do much about it when it came or enough when it came to the landing and landed very, very firmly. My airline is the same way. You know, it's not a fixed point in time. We don't call out stabilized approach. Although there are times when I mention like if we're passing a certain altitude and I say stabilized, but it's not to be interpreted as, okay, now we're good. So no matter what happens now, we're working to continue to try to land the thing. A lot of airlines treat that as a sort of a tick box. You've got to tick the stabilized criteria. Right. And once the problem is, you're quite right, and I've already said it. Once you pass that point, you turn then to forget about stabilized because we took that box a while ago. Right. Whereas obviously, this wasn't the situation here. Someone's mentioned, could it have been fatigue? It was an approach being made at night. In fact, I think it was in the wee hours of the morning. 2 o'clock, two 30 in the morning. Yeah. Absolutely. And yes, of course, fatigue always plays a part. I don't know how many sectors they've flown before. If it was there first, then no, not so much. But yeah, fatigue always plays a part, but I think when you're fatigued, I tended to be extra cautious..
DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
"east midlands" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
"Midnight and I am in the east Midlands UK. Lovely. I used to live in the UK. It's a beautiful country. First of all, congrats. How the chlamydia going from the koala. That junk will never get old. And I remember the thing is, but they're working on their third booster at the moment. So, two dose doses of chlamydia vaccine and. Now it's going wrong. Once I get that, it should all be sorted Sam. Thank you for asking, mate. Anyone. If anyone doesn't know what we're talking about, koalas are dying of chlamydia here at Australia. So yeah, Google that one. Wow. Hi guys. That sounds interesting. What's kicking good-looking?.
"east midlands" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I was playing at Sunderland. So yeah, those are probably two of my most memorable derbies for two completely different reasons. Yeah, I did the tiny red Darby was something special. My time up in upper northeast. I actually played, I'm trying to remember if I played for the bench for the wedding sudden and got promoted. They didn't allow a wave fans. They didn't allow sudden fans at Saint James's Park and it didn't allow the Newcastle fans to go to sunland. And that was weird. Let me tell you something. That was for what those games were when they allowed fans in, compared to what they were when they were new we found. It was an awful environment. Fans, you really got to understand how fans make those games. Because when funds are in the game took on a totally different kind of animosity to about them and those were special. I'm conflicted in a little bit at all was quite lucky. London Derby. Chelsea arsenal three three I remember played in the Midlands Derby east Midlands forest. Against foresting against Leicester. Suppose it would come down to England Scotland. Right. Particularly I mean, I played against England three or four times, but I think the game at Wembley when Don Hutchinson scored, as he mentioned that. And now never. We took a Scotland team. One one L.
Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"east midlands" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Albion. And they're from Brighton England. Burnley, whose nickname is the clarets, and they're from Burnley Lancashire. Such a British name. Yeah, I know I love it. Chelsea, of course, their nickname is the blues and they're from West London. You have Crystal Palace who's the eagles. They're also from London. Lots of these teams are in London. Their nickname are the toffees, or also sometimes the blues, and they're from Liverpool. Leads united, their nickname is the whites, and they are from Leeds west Yorkshire. And their team anthem, they're known well that their anthem is marching on together is this their team anthem. Everybody just rallies around it. Lester city, their name is the foxes and they're from luster east Midlands. Liverpool, whose nicknames are the reds, so they are also obviously from Liverpool and their anthem as we talked about in the quiz during the John Waters episode is you'll never walk alone. And that song comes from the 1945 Rogers and Hammerstein musical carousel. So the West Ham anthem, which we'll talk about in a second, that is from some just random song from the 1920s that got picked up. But the fact that they took song from the from the musical and turned it into the anthem for like literally one of the most powerful sporting teams in the entire world is blows my mind. That's like that's like if that is like if the Patriots took on that rent song about the minutes. 525,600 yeah. Everyone was like, yeah. Yeah, yeah. People were ripping their shirts off and yeah, so do you. But their boss and accents just like,.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"east midlands" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now for the rest of your morning sports news Leicester have dropped into the conference league after losing three two to Napoli in their final Europa League group game last night West Ham also suffered defeats going down one nil against dinosaurs who were already through to the last 16 rangers will meet one of the 8 Champions League dropouts in a playoff as they ended the groups for the wild draw at Leon Celtic beat rail bessus three two but were already heading for Europe's third competition where they'll join Lester Premier League clubs have reverted back to emergency COVID protocols for their first team squads in a bid to stop the omicron variant spreading among players Tottenham's game against Brighton on Sunday has been postponed following a coronavirus outbreak at spurs Leicester also have a number of positive cases among their squad and coaching staff Still ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe we are focusing on delivering for Christmas We're live from the UK's largest automated warehouse for the latest on the supply chain crunch We'll be getting a briefing from the supply fulfillment center Absolutely enormous installation in the east Midlands around Derby an essay facility really interesting to get the impact of the supply chain crunch What is that really doing to their ability to meet demand at this time of year How are they coping with labor market shortages tight labor markets That's a theme we've been discussing on both sides of the Atlantic and in Europe as well So that's certainly part of the conversation and then that leaves you want to hire wages and automation and all of those things So we can get into that conversation shortly European equity markets on the backfoot as anticipated this morning so futures had pointed lower and we are seeing that weaker session So down by four tenths of 1% on the stock 600 At the footsie a little more resilient down two tenths of 1% so still in negative territory U.S. futures improving just a little over the last half hour or so so NASDAQ futures are tenth of a percent E minis also fairly well into positive territory after.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"east midlands" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A good morning and thank you Boris Johnson has scrapped the extension of the planned HS two high speed rail line to lead saying Britain will study ways of fulfilling the plans in the future but commuters in the east Midlands and northern England are being promised 96 billion pounds of rail improvements instead of the high-speed link The department for transport says the new plan will deliver faster journey times up to ten years sooner Now the European Union has reportedly postponed plans to upgrade trade ties with Taiwan Brussels had been expected to announce a new framework to liais with Taipei on trade and economic issues but the South China warning post reports those plans have now been shelved Earlier this week China's ambassador to the EU warned the block against developing official relations with Taiwan And Disney cruise line is requiring vaccines for passengers 5 and older the first such move in the industry the policy will come in from next January until then the existing rules which require children to show a negative PCR test taken before departure will indeed continue No major cruise lines have indicated plans to follow in Disney's footsteps Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries This is Bloomberg Anna Leigh Anne thank you very much the angeren with your world news update Now simmering tensions have led Amazon to consider ditching Visa and shifting its co branded credit card to Mastercard it follows news the company is stopping Visa credit card payments in the UK from next year Amazon playing transaction fees but Visa says they believe they can rescue the relationship joining us then to discuss is Bloomberg's Tom Metcalf Tom good morning it is this just a negotiating tactic from Amazon because I have to confess my reaction and the reaction of a lot of people yesterday was really Amazon's going to stop you using fees are credit cards Is that is that really going to happen I think that was many people in the markets reaction I mean it's definitely a bold step But I mean we've seen this very long run in battle between merchants and payment networks like Mastercard and Visa but never to this extent And that is sort of a sense of picking up from folk in the payments industry They sort of see this as an attempt by Amazon to throw some of its weight around and perhaps get lower fees extract some lower fee charges out of Visa but I mean they say this is going to come in in January the 19th That's not too far away And they're clearly serious about it because one of the things they're telling customers is no longer being able to use a Visa credit card but we will give you 20 quid if you decide to move to say a non these are credit card like a debit card or a alternative So they're definitely prepared to kind of take the cost upfront in a bit to get a sort of longer term change So it's interesting isn't it to see Amazon a business that size having the power to take on one of these enormous payments businesses So if Amazon does split from Visa and the ban comes in what would that mean for the UK Because that's where this spat started Yes So I think it's a few people here will be affected obviously customers at Amazon are going to say it does go through Those with Visa credit cards they have to take a long hard look at their wallet and decide what do they value more Do they value that credit card or do they value being able to buy stuff off Amazon with it And the interesting thing in the UK is Barclay cards one of the big big credit card operators here is a Visa So I'm pretty sure yesterday one of the first calls would have been from Barclay card to Visa going hey what on earth is going on So on that side that's one thing And then obviously Amazon is kind of taking steps not as extreme as this outside the UK as well and it's curious to see where their strategy goes like will this be focused in on the UK Or will they start to look at other markets Because obviously this is a global issue for a company like Amazon For various reasons they're looking at the UK first But what might they do in the U.S. or clearly their biggest market or around Europe or the rest of the world Yeah it's interesting because clearly the Amazon Visa have a relationship because Amazon sells stuff and you can use a Visa card to do that But they also have a relationship because Amazon in some markets provides a credit service and credit card And there they've been working with Visa in the United States but that relationship now under strain I wonder where things go stateside Isn't it My colleague Jenny saran had a fantastic yesterday pointed out that maybe Amazon is going to look to move that Visa credit card office in the U.S. to Mastercard And again is this just negotiation tactics but certainly they're putting a lot of pressure on Visa And again that would be a big change Amazon one of the biggest online retailers out there that's going to suddenly basically turn away from Visa credit cards I mean it's basically only these from Mastercard in this business really And just very briefly to them I just wanted to get your reflections on metro bank down 19% right now just in 15 seconds It was hoped this was going to be one of the sort of maybe the starting line on some UK consolidation in the banking sector but both sides Karl are metro bank have said after just two weeks of talking to each other they're not going to proceed So a lot of questions there Okay Thanks so much Thanks Tom that Joining us there with the latest on the payments industry from Visa to the new starters in the Orwell They're not so new are they but the newer starters in the banking sector like metro bank Thanks for the update on that as well Straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak here at will hear from another big interview from Bloomberg's new economy forum We're here from Wernher bauman the CEO of Bayer We'll talk about higher food prices what can be done this is meant.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"east midlands" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thank you the government's expected to confirm its scrapping the eastern leg of the HS two but commuters in the east Midlands and northern England are being promised 96 billion pounds of rail improvements instead of the high speed link to Leeds The department for transport says the new plan will deliver faster journey times up to ten years sooner Now the European Union has reportedly postponed plans to upgrade ties with Taiwan Brussels had been expected to announce a new framework to liaise with Taipei on trade and economic issues but the South China morning post reports those plans have now been shelved earlier this week China's ambassador to the EU warned the block against developing official relations with Taiwan and Disney cruise line is requiring vaccines for passengers of 5 and older the first such move in the industry the policy will come in from January next a year until then the existing rules which require children to show a negative PCR test taken before departure will continue to be applied no major cruise lines have indicated that they do plan to follow Disney's lead on this Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries and the younger this is Bloomberg a Caroline Interesting So vaccines are on the ships as well for even the youngest Even the youngest 5 years old Caroline and I know this is probably quite a controversial thing for many parents out there who are really debating if they vaccinate their children or not And as we've seen a lot of rules put in across the world for those who are unvaccinated so there seems to be a crackdown on COVID at the moment Okay Leon thank you so much with the world news this morning Now it's time for.
"east midlands" Discussed on WBUR
"Zemba has more The show might have been about 6 friends but the character of Gunther also made a big impression Mostly because of his infatuation with Jennifer Aniston's Rachel I love Rachel I wish she was my wife James Michael Tyler appeared in a 150 episodes of the comedy And on the Friends reunion special he said that being part of TV's most popular show had been the most memorable ten years of his life A pair of trainers worn by the American former basketball star Michael Jordan near the start of his career has sold for nearly $1.5 million at auction Jordan wore the shoes a pair of red and white Nike airships in 1984 for a game in his first NBA season BBC News Hello you're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me Charlotte Gallagher Deploying a hit squad kidnapping and even boasting about assassinating his country's former king just some of the allegations against Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler by one of the country's former senior intelligence officers Saad Al jabri who fled the kingdom in 2017 says that three years ago a friend working for an intelligence service in the Middle East warned him that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman had sent people to Canada to kill him Speaking to the American TV network CBS he says it happened a few days after the journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and before his death had become public knowledge The warning I received don't be an proximity of any Saudi emission in Canada Don't go to the council Don't go to the I'm said why They dismember the guy They kill him You're out of the top of the list Mister Al jabri also accuses Mohammed bin Salman of having kidnapped his children who have been prevented from leaving Saudi Arabia since he became crown prince in 2017 and are now in prison accused of financial crimes And he claims he's become a target because he's seen a recording of a 2014 meeting in which the young prince told the then head of Saudi intelligence Muhammad bin layer he could kill the sitting ruler king Abdullah to clear the throne for his father And he told him I want to assassinate king Abdullah I get a boysen drink from Russia It's enough for me just to shake hand with him And he will be done A poison ring from Russia That's what he said whether he's just bragging or but he said that and we took it seriously Well our security correspondent Frank Gardner has been listening to the whole interview Doctor saddle jumper was once the CIA's key point of contact with Saudi intelligence He's been credited with averting one of Al-Qaeda's most dangerous plots tipping off the U.S. and Britain that a Chicago band plane landing at east Midlands airport was carrying a bomb hidden inside printer ink Turner cartridges but now in a wide ranging interview with CBS's 60 minutes he's been speaking out from exile in Canada accusing the current de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia of sending a hit squad to kill him He says in 2014 the man now crown prince known as MBS suggested he could assassinate the country's then king Abdullah using a poisoned ring from Russia There was said to be tensions at the time between different branches of the ruling Al Saud family Two copies of a secret recording of MBS allegedly making this offer are now in safe keeping says Al jabra The Saudi government is responded by saying doctor Al jabri is a discredited former government official who has committed numerous financial crimes which he denies Frank Gardner There was great excitement to earlier this year when the world's oldest known animal cave painting was discovered on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi The panel showing wild pigs is believed to date back 45 and a half thousand years Now the BBC's Indonesian service has been given rare access to the cave our Asia editor Rebecca henschke was accompanied by one of the archeologists who found it.
"east midlands" Discussed on WBUR
"Right now by our politicians What we do now will be felt for centuries to come We can make it or not I don't know I'm very worried that we may not The game will be over That is episode four of a geochemical history of life on earth coming up after the news If we don't know how bad something can become let's avoid it Hello I'm David Harper with the BBC News A former high ranking Saudi intelligence official has accused the country's de facto ruler crown prince Mohammed bin Salman of plotting to assassinate him Sad Al jabri who now lives in exile in Canada made the allegation in a wide ranging interview with CBS's 60 minutes program on Sunday Frank Gardner has the details Doctor Seidel jambe was once the CIA's key point of contact with Saudi intelligence He has been credited with averting one of Al-Qaeda's most dangerous plots tipping off the U.S. and Britain that a Chicago band plain landing at east Midlands airport was carrying a bomb Now it is accusing the current de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia of sending a hit squad to kill him The Saudi government is responded by saying doctor Al jabri is a discredited former government official who has committed numerous financial crimes which he denies A Facebook whistleblower Francis haugen is due to give evidence later today to British MPs who are looking at new legislation to curb the power of the tech giants Angus Crawford reports It's likely to be another tough week for Facebook later this morning former employee turned whistleblower Francis Hagen will give evidence to a committee of MPs and lords examining the proposed online harms Bill She has already told the U.S. Congress that Facebook puts profit before safety claiming its algorithms serve up harmful content to children increased divisions in society and threaten democracy She told BBC News no company in the world had greater power than Facebook and as little transparency CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg has called that a false picture Facebook says it has spent $13 billion on safety and security over the last 5 years The Islamic State group has said it carried out the bombing of a pork restaurant in the Ugandan capital Kampala that killed a waitress and injured three other people on Saturday three men reportedly placed the explosive device filled with nails and shrapnel under a table It's the second attack in Uganda to be claimed by IS this month At least three mountaineers have been killed and one injured in Ecuador by an avalanche on a snow capped dormant volcano 7 others are still messing The authorities said the climbers were at an altitude of around 6000 meters on chimborazo Ecuador's highest peak the search and rescue operation is underway local and foreign mountaineers flocked to the summit each year The Canadian coast guard has said a fire on a container ship of the country's West Coast has burned itself out although it was continuing to smolder The fire broke out on Saturday and containers on board the zim Kingston two of which contained thousands of kilograms of hazardous chemicals 16 crew members were taken off the ship while 5 remained on board no injuries had been reported 40 containers fell overboard in rough seas on Friday World news from the BBC The president of Cuba and chairman of the ruling party Miguel Diaz canel has urged party members to close ranks in the difficulties facing the country closing the Communist Party of Cuba's plenary session mister di S canal said there were enough revolutionaries to confront any protests that seek to destroy Cuba's revolution and he government demonstrations are planned for November the 15th The president of the Dominican Republic has warned nationals against traveling to neighboring Haiti because of violence and insecurity there Louis Sabin said the land border between the two countries was being reinforced to prevent unrest spilling over Haiti's president Joe now moise was assassinated last July by a group of foreign mercenaries Several of them had flown to the Dominican Republic and crossed overland into Haiti The actor who played Gunther in the hit American television series Friends has died in Los Angeles of prostate cancer at the age of 59 James Michael Tyler played the part of the manager of the coffee shop central perk leads a Zimbabwe has more The show might have been about 6 friends but the character of Gunther also made a big impression Mostly because of his infatuation with Jennifer Aniston's Rachel I love Rachel I wish she was my wife James Michael Tyler appeared in a 150 episodes of the comedy And on the Friends reunion special he said that being part of TV's most popular.
"east midlands" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"But first, let's read some emails. We had lovely lovely emails and messages about our first chat with ottolenghi and I got in touch. Chris, I just listened to the yotta episode of the podcast and loved it. I'm loving the feeling of the new season in the chat with your Tam was a great way to start it. He has such a calm soothing way about him. Doesn't he just. He sort of exudes he's like a gong bath of a man. Also, so pleased that the surrogacy is going well for you and your husband. Thank you, Emma, that's very sweet. I hope Ridley Ridley being my dog listeners, has been consulted on this matter. He's terribly opinionated. As dogs can get jealous of a new baby in the family. Yes, they absolutely can. I've said to Ridley, you know, that's what daddy and daddy are doing and it won't stop as loving you anymore. Sending lots of love and luck. Emma, thank you. That's really kind of you. We also had a really nice email from Pete. Hi, I'm a longtime listener and a first time email, but felt compelled to write in after the most recent episode without a link. This is more of a personal message for Chris. Thanks Pete. We like these. We are the same sex couple who had a baby through a U.S. surrogacy process in November last year. Congratulations B not something we would recommend during a pandemic. But our baby daughter is beautiful, and we wouldn't have done it any other way. I heard on the episode that christen has the husband that his husband, I called him the husband. The old ball and chain have now started to surrogacy progress. Congratulations. Thank you Pete. Nervous of gloucestershire over here. Oh, and then he goes on, just talking about where he lives, which I'm not going to read out because you're not much sharper than that. Personally, I think it is important for children of same sex couples to see other families that look like theirs, particularly if living in a rural part of the country where surrogacy is less common. We actually know another couple who live locally who expecting through as the U.S. surrogate which is very exciting, feel free to get in touch if I can share any of our experience that could be useful. Pete, that's so kind of you and thank you. Do you think about whether it will be different to raise a child in the countryside from a city? I don't know what that means, really, I don't know if that's going to be different at all. I'd love to know what you lot think. So please write in, tell me your thoughts. Hello, I've got another email. Probably announced that. Hello, it's down here. I'm 28, and I currently live in west Yorkshire, having grown up in the east Midlands and lived in London during university years. I'm gay. And so sad to think that only now at 28 years of age I can say I am happy with who I am, I don't want to be anyone else, and yes, I'm gay. You go Dan. 28. Your spring chicken done. My whole life that I can remember I've wanted not to be here to be someone else, and it's a revelation to me now to be coming out of a lifetime of depression that so much of that has been because of my sexuality. I've always thought I wasn't right..
"east midlands" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Grew up. All right that's okay. Stale wing says which team right now makes the guy say man. I wish i could play with these guys and why is it for. I'm not sure that. I would blame for borough at the moment because i know. The manager loves to swap. The strike is all the time he loves to give all strikers in the club shifts But at the moment. I think i would've loved to play somewhere where they create a lot of chances scoring a lot of goals k. For you i will always go back to borrow after their thing to happen to you with the borough gave to the other night. Okay so thank. Let's just stay there and keep on a borough positive. Craig ben asks as dhabi forest was just last week. And what your best memories of playing in the east midland darby as a red. I must admit it was weird to see an ex ram correct. Don's notts forest common recently woes and easy one for me correct. Eleven them for almost fifty years. so yeah. I think all the play. The gadsden ones because forest unfortunately helping in the championship for long time on my time it darby. We all need dived into the championship at the end so for a few months or whatever it was more of a more of a memory of plan last which is another reason but yeah the forest thing is a normal notts. County steve club nottingham forest. Yeah not the first thing. Don's heart to be corrected.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"east midlands" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Wins the College World Series. The Bulldogs one heading Vanderbilt in the nine Nothing went Dan Watkins WBZ Boston's news radio. What is going on out here? It's 8 13. We got some big backups, especially on the expressway. This morning. We check in with Lori Grandy and the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Yes, it does continue to be tough on that expressway north and especially between East Midland Square in Columbia Road. That's the hottest stuff there. Now the South side is tied up as well between Columbia Road and really stop and go all the way to Freeport Street. Keep in mind, of course, that if you need it this afternoon At two o'clock is when they're going to open up that HIV. Let's a little bit of extra help for you heading out for the big weekend. Very exciting. All right, let's check out the downtown Now. With David Strap Alina with WBZ NEWS, radio traffic copter on the way to downtown on the way to the lower deck on 93 cellphone brake lights go on in Medford around Medford Square. There's some police activity on the lower deck by the enforcement area by the carpool on the carpool lane Lever connector is loaded up top to bottom on the Tobin Bridge in about Heavy and slow ride just about the entire way in from Chelsea report of somebody changing a tire on the Tobin Bridge inbound around the top of the bridge around where the toll plaza used to be eastbound side of the Ted Williams Tunnel, a heavy ride most of the way into the city. The other tunnels aren't bad. David Stuff Alino WBZ NewsRadio traffic after still heavy 24 North band, I mean, it's not really jam, but it is heavy 1 39 to 93. Also, there's a disabled vehicle. It isn't the active breakdown lane in Hanover, Route three north and right by route, 53, So keep an eye off. For that Lori Granny WBC's traffic.
Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
"east midlands" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
"Number five which british singer songwriter played the ukulele and sang. Lonnie donnegan covers in his first public. Musical performance at the eighteenth bromley scout packs summa camp in nineteen fifty eight round. Two is famous. Germans number six which german philosopher conceived the idea of the yuba manch of being that supersedes. All of us number seven which german american actress and singer star in such hollywood films as the blue angel morocco. Shanghai express a desire number eight which twentieth century german chancellor means cabbage when translated into english number nine which german inventor invented the printing press in fourteen forty and number ten which german grand slam winner married fellow tennis player. Andre iguodala in two thousand one route three is science fiction films number. Eleven can return of the jedi approximately. How old was jedi master. Data at the time of his death number twelve which film of nineteen seventy-two stars bruce dern as a spacefaring botanist carefully maintains a variety of plants for their eventual return to earth and the reforestation of the planet number thirteen directed by david lynch and featuring the acting talents. Ofcom with lachlan. Patrick stewart and sting which novel by franco was first adapted for film in nineteen eighty-four number. Fourteen which arnold schwarzenegger movie of nineteen eighty seven was filmed under the working title. Hunter number fifteen. Which actor don. I patch to play former special forces operators snake skin in john carpenter's escape from new york in nineteen eighty one round foist. Today's general knowledge round number sixteen in mathematics. What is represented by a symbol that resembles a figure of eight lying on its side number seventeen in which east midland city was sports broadcaster and former england footballer gary lineker bone Number eighteen from which country are men recruited to serve as gherkins nineteen in the book of joshua. The walls of which city fell when the israelites blew trumpets and twenty. Who is nominated for an oscar for her performance as mrs robinson in the nineteen sixty seven film the graduates and finally today round five is science and nature number twenty one which element has the chemical symbol s. End.
"east midlands" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Have done, and I know members across the house have done throughout the pandemic, and it's important that we we do that and the message I would give those families is the same as life given everybody I had met is that I, of course, deeply personally regret the loss of life the suffering of their families on Mr Speaker, But I think the best thing that we can Do tow honor the memory of those who have died on day to honor those who are currently grieving is to work together to bring this virus down to keep it under control in the way that we are on Mr Speaker threat this pandemic. I'm sad to say that the leader of the opposition has never failed in his efforts to try to score political points. When I think he could be he could be doing just that, and he is twisted and and he has turned and one week Calls for tougher border measures after the shadow transport secretary called for looser quarantine, he calls for schools to go back. We won't even say this morning that schools are safely trying to associate himself now with the vaccine program because he senses that that may be going well, Mr Speaker, but he stood on a manifesto to one bundle the pharmaceutical companies the big farmer on Mr Speaker that made those that seems possible and he actually attacked the vaccine. Top of I know you want me to sit down if we don't make this point, but I tried to make it last week. I thought you said he even attacked the vaccine task force for spending £675,000 on the effort to discover where the hard to reach groups would take a vaccine. And I really cannot think of a better investment right now. A public funds and I hope that later on this afternoon, the right honorable gentleman may think of apologizing of what he did for that attack on the vaccine tassels, Mr. Speaker, they could go on the ride home again. Go on, making his party political point. We will go on with or without his help in taking this. Country forward fighting the pandemic on getting coronavirus down. Holy laid the mid Darvish holy later. Thank you, Mr Speaker. The importance of leveling up two constituencies like mine is critical as we look to build back better from Cove it with that in mind, can the prime minister commit Delivering the eastern leg of HS two in full, creating 100 and 50,000 jobs and billions of pounds of investment in the Midlands of the north, as well as unlocking the capacity for local transport schemes in Derbyshire, in which cycling them walking, walking must pay play a crucial part. Well, My only friend is absolutely right. And she's right to be militating for the eastern leg of a test. Who will be publishing the integrated roll plan early this'd year Andre. I'm delighted that the transforming cities fund for Nottingham on Darby £161. Million includes £10 Million Mr Speaker Parade News Cycle route, but he Nottingham Darby on East Midlands Airport. I look forward to psych it with my honorable friend. The chief will probably expect way. No go to Scotland. Two in Blackford, leader of the assembly in Blackfoot. Thank you, Mr Speaker. And can I associate myself with the remarks of the prime minister on the Holocaust? We all remember the six million Jews who lost their life. The most terrible crimes against Humanity. We should never forget more. Indeed, those has sadly followed them and genocides around the world. Mr Speaker last night we're playing Minister claimed we truly did everything we could to avoid the death of 100,000 people who trusted you. Kay from profit 19. We all know that's simply not true. You kid. Government response has been defined by a lack of leadership. Last minute you terms, mixed messaging and devastating policies. All of this is how the effect on the scale of the pandemic. Professor Linda Ball, too, said that nearly a quarter of all deaths that we've seen Have occurred in the last month. Right minister Since the start of this pandemic, you promise to always follow the advice of scientists. Well this morning. Scientists have said this government is responsible for the legacy off her decisions during this pandemic. That's the prime minister still agree with the scientists. Minister, Mr Speaker we thrived on followed scientific advice.
"east midlands" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Let's just move to yours instead with Julian stares, Julian stuff Thank you, Mr Speaker. With the vaccination program making very encouraging progress can the prime minister reaffirm that lifting restrictions to return to normal as soon as it is safe? He's an overriding national priority, and Keller invited to consider drawing a line in the sand in terms off vaccination of sufficient numbers off the priority group. Reaching of which will trigger a phased re lax ation off controls as community widens. Minister. Yes, Mr Speak. I can confirm that we're going to go down the top four priority groups who can't for 80 center side live of covert death. The target is is he knows by the 15th of every little then be an opportunity to look very carefully at the measures that we have in place and will try to reverse the restrictions as soon as we reasonably can, in a way that doesn't involve overwhelming the NHS. To Northern Island would suggest Lee Donaldson. So Jeffrey, the prime minister promised us that Northern Army will continue to have unfettered access to the UK internal market. And yet in my constituency consumers airfare see empty supermarket shelves. They can't get parcels delivered from Great Britain. Small businesses can bring a spare parts on raw materials into Northern Ireland from Great Britain as steel importers. Facing terrorist on We have many other problems all caused by the Northern Ireland Protocol. So what I and the people have. No that need to know from the prime minister as leader of the United Kingdom is what his government is going to do to address this if he will consider invoking article 16 off the Northern protocol to resolve these issues because the trader support services welcome, But it isn't the solution alone. We need direct government intervention to do with us now. Oh, Well, I think the right honorable gentleman I could. I could tell him that the moment goods are playing effectively in the normal volumes between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. So far, no Lorries have Bean turned back. Yes, of course there are. They're achieving problems and what I can say that I could confirm to him is that if there are problems that we believe a disproportionate and we will have no hesitation in invoking article 16 but said to Russia with Ruth Atwood's Ruth Evans Thank you, Mr Speaker. May I congratulate my right honorable friend on his trade deal with the EU unwelcome the prospect of a more global approach to our trading policy. Would he agree with me that a free port based at East Midlands Airport connected to the world by trains, planes and automobiles are focused on generating green growth. The key to the success of Global Britain. While I'm delighted that she's campaigning for Freeport. I'm a passionate supporter of Freeport's, They will be a process and she she knows and successful.
5 Minutes in Church History
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"On this episode five minutes in Church history, we are talking about Robert Brown he was an English separatist t was born in fifteen fifty and he died in sixteen thirty three. But we've titled This episode Trouble Church Round because that's what he was known as by those who didn't agree with him and those that he tangled with throughout his life. So I'm sure you're intrigued. Let's jump right in he studied at. Cambridge. University and there he fully aligned himself with the puritans he came under a puritan influence. And he sided with the puritans against the Elizabethan forces in the church, of England at that time. Now, the puritans at that moment were attempting to reform the church from within and Robert Brown was part of that movement but by the end of the fifteen seventy. So he began to realize where he decided that that was not the right path to take, and so he gave up on that attempt to reform from within and he decided to separate in fifteen eighty one he is credited as founding what would be the first congregational church. He was the first to officially secede, and we need to realize that he's about thirty years old at this time as he's doing this. Well, he was arrested, but he was very quickly released and within a few months he left for the Netherlands. There in fifteen, eighty, two married he married Alice Allen and together they had nine children she died in sixteen ten. But he married her back in fifteen eighty to fifteen, eighty three. He wrote his book by this title, a treatise of reformation without tearing for any and of the wickedness. which will not reform till the magistrate. Command or compel them. In this book which is really small tract actually he puts forward the notion of the separation of church and state. He believes that the church is not ruled by the monarch by Civil Magistrate, but the church is ultimately ruled over by Christ himself and churches. A Matter Church membership is a matter of private conscience and not a public mandate were law enforced by the magistrate. The Queen was over the civil life and over the magistrate, but the church separate from that, and so this is a very important book in the history of ideas, very important book and political philosophy and in the history of the church. And the first paragraph Robert Trouble Church Brown says it is marvelled an often talked of among many why we should be so reviled and so troubled many and also leave our country we talking there about himself and his fellow dissenters and how they had to leave their country. He continues for Suth say the enemies there is some hidden sing in them more than plainly appear with for they bear evil will to their Queen Elizabeth into their country. They, forsake the Church of God and condemn the same and are condemned of all the also discredit and bring into contempt the preachers of the Gospel in other words these dissenters are something wrong with them. They're against the Queen there against the Church of England, and to that Robert Brown says, we say that they are the men which trouble Israel, these preachers in the Anglican Church. They seek evil to the Prince and not we. And that they forsake in condemn the church and not we. Well, that was Robert. Brown in fifteen, eighty three but in fifteen, eighty five, he decided to go back into the Church of England. So after about five years and after his book which caused many ripples in England he went back into the Anglican Church he wasn't a total conformist however, and he often clashed with the church and its leadership has said that he was arrested thirty two times over the course of his ministry for his views. He did end up in the East Midlands in a small little village Thorpe H. He was there from fifteen ninety one until his death in sixteen, thirty, his followers, the Brown lists you might have heard of them made their way onto the mayflower and cross the Atlantic. Well, that's trouble church. Robert. Brown the English separatists I'm Steve Nicholson. Thanks for listening in five minutes churches.