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Fresh "Edinburgh" from Awards Chatter
"Jimmy Hazeldine played played Stalin and John mckenry who played Kerensky. We did that film and I remember the first day of it was I've never been in such an atmosphere because it was like going into a cathedral and of course the. Freddie young who, of course it won an Oscar for Alonzo Beret Abia. and. So he was there lighting and it was. I you could hear a pin drop was. Getting, the lights would go. Could you? Like that was. This is all kind of so hush hush as Freddie young shot that scene you know. Off, and they gave me these glasses that gave me these pebble glasses which I could not see out of. Pebble glasses listen couldn't see some as a point where I had to exit. Had to go at the end of the scene and I I thought where's the door? To talk with the doors. Okay. So I got to go. fricken handle. So. Well in those you know subsequent years in the early mid seventies I. I was reading some of the coverage of you. There was a New York Times Review I forget for wit for which production stage or screen but. Described you quote Brian Cox Chap who looks a bit like young. Brando, close quote you were. You know seemed like you had a lot going on and then finally I I and I'm GonNa ask you to pick up this story. You get the call from Hollywood right it's going to be and it sounds like it's all going to happen. John. Slesinger Robert Evans come to Hollywood. What. What was that about? That was in the mid seventies and I don't. and. No Fire my God you have done your homework. No, what happened was I was I was visiting my sister was not it was the by centennial year. You know I don't if you know this but launch alleviate saved my life and it wasn't for Lonzo Levy I wouldn't be here because. When I was at the LYCEUM theatre this was back in the sixties I. I was summoned to do an interview and meeting with loans who live. And I and I was all packed ready ago and it was an Edinburgh was Edinburgh Lyceum, and then I go this message that He. was on the day I was leaving my Bagpiper was about again. Those as used midnight plans late plans that you can get on for thirty shillings. It was very cheap. So I was I was I was. I was heading for that. That's where I was heading for. So it was it was out of the man in the Little Guy Jimmy was a staged ownership. Find this. We know it to the Makia coming home and he said I think. It's been essence yesterday I said Oh yeah. He said the I so I got the known as. Salons can't see you this weekend. So you can't they won't be in the audition and already. Packed in going on I thought. To. How Much do so I go and I had some friends we stand with and I said Oh. I don't know I don't know and I. Did this show and I went to the. Pub, of the Shakespeare Fun enough in the in road. Just opposite. I'm sitting there and I to go. Back. To My. Digs in stockbridge in Edinburgh. And the following morning I picked up the paper and the flight that I would have been on crashed in London killing everybody aboard. God. I always grateful to that. You saved my life. Wow. That's incredible. Yeah. Leading onto you you're quite well. Where you were, Schlesinger? Heavens yeah. Yeah. So I flew yeah that's right. I had to fly to America because there was no other way of getting that. So I flew I took the train I took the train across the country. Ended up going coming. into. Downtown, Los Angeles by train, and then I went out from Los Angeles to La to Frisco to black to Oakland. Then Oakland back to Chicago by train. So I. was there it was seventy, six and. I knew I was going to be going the the nationalized. At the national. Show I thought. Okay. So then I get this call John, Schlesinger wants to meet you and I went. Oh Wow. So I. I. All spruced up I go to the paramount building in the province to years in as the Hollywood sign and paramount going in and he's sexist vice as he has. Jones. Desperate Saddam. Could you go? Would you go? He'll take you one of. The young people you know he to. Best Place and I went and sat in this. Little Room of which turned off the editing suite and I was sitting there and thinking why my hand was this is. A met. This guy is this guy sitting opposite me and I said and he said, hi, I said. He should. Your friend John's I said, no, I'm to meet him for. A meeting he said. He said Oh. Yeah. He said the I think there are some re-shoots. I said research she said Yeah Young, this movie. Making I said Oh. Good. Is it the are he said you know I'm more I'm here but I'm taking over from the editor. because. I said. Oh. It Yeah It's not kind of working out and his this guy was called Jim Clark who was famous editor and I said Oh. That's good. So I I'm still sit in the room and this kind of. Head pop shop with glasses, big glasses and sort of completely. Almost, almost Indian, looking kind of guy..
The danger of herd immunity in solving the COVID-19 problem
"Herd immunity, and it's a concept some leaders and scientists have considered when it comes to responding to this pandemic. NPR's Jeff Broomfield reports on what exactly this idea is and why it presents troubles. The thinking goes like this. Sooner or later, the pandemic cast stand and Debbie shredder gets it like everyone wants a way out psychologically right, because no one's ever coped with something of this scale, and it's not like a crisis like a hurricane or 9 11 where it's like, time bound or geographically bound. This is like everyone everywhere for indefinitely right now appeals to people, right? Treaters of researcher at the University of Edinburgh Medical School in the UK, and it turns out there is a theoretical way it could end. If enough people get sick and recover and they become immune to the corona virus. Then the pandemic fizzles. Those who haven't gotten it yet are safe. The technical name for this is herd immunity in its purest form. It's like Darwinian self selection, right? We let the virus go. Whoever is going to die, I will die. That's life and then whoever makes it we'll have hopefully some form of immunity. Several governments tried with the idea of the beginning of the pandemic, including the U. K, But in the end, most decided it would cost too many lives. There was one exception Sweden. They kept businesses open and let people make their own choices. At one point, Swedish officials said Stockholm would returned immunity by the end of May, but they have not reached it by the end of May. They just lost a lot of lives and also took an economic it shredder says. Herd immunity works as a math problem, but at an individual level Swedes stayed home. People don't want to catch Cove it nobody wants to be part of the herd to stay that way. But could nations eventually reach herd immunity more slowly? Probably not, says Jeffrey Shaymen of Columbia University. So example, I like to think about it. South Korea. They're getting 50 cases a day right now. They will hold on for another 1000 days, which is almost three years that have 50,000 cases, which is 30.1% of their population. Most experts think herd immunity take somewhere between 50 to 80% of the population, even in the U. S. Even it's 60,000 cases a day. It'll take at least into 2021 possibly years more to reach those levels. And there's another looming problem. People may be able to get the Corona virus more than once, shame and has studied other Corona viruses that cause common colds, and he found people could be re infected. Some of them were 48 weeks separated from the previous infection, which is rapid and that might have been a relapse. But others we clearly know are different. They were 8 to 11 months apart. Greta Bauer is an epidemiologist at Western University in Ontario, she says this fall and winter maybe the time we find out about re infections, and if Covitz survivors get even mildly sick, the second time around Corona virus will keep circulating. If that were the situation, then there's no potential to develop a level of herd immunity sufficient to stop the infection. I corresponded with 16 different scientists, and almost all believed that achieving herd immunity as a practical matter was virtually impossible. Without a vaccine with the vaccine. It will be a lot easier to control the virus, but it will likely still exist in pockets around the world. So what's going to happen again? Researcher devilish reader I think it's going to be with us play forever. At this point, I think I mean at a global scale, it's going to be with us, and it's how we decide to live with it. There are ways to live with it. Test the sick, isolate them until they're better and everybody where a mask and keep their distance.
Princess Beatrice marries in private ceremony at Windsor
"Princess Beatrice has got married this morning to her Italian property developer. It was a secret ceremony in Windsor Castle. The queen was there. Prince Phillip was there. It was delayed because of Corona virus. The London Evening Standard says there were about 20 people there. And the Duke of York. Beatrice father gave her away. The palace says the private wedding ceremony took place at 11 o'clock in the morning and local time Friday, the 17th at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge Winder small ceremony attended by the queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and close family. She is the elder daughter of Prince Andrew. Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York.
UK demonstrators hold fourth weekend of anti-racism protests
"Anti racism demonstrators are holding fourth weekend of protests across the U. K. despite a ban on large gatherings because of the pandemic demonstrations are taking place in cities including London Manchester Edinburgh and Glasgow hundreds of thousands of people have held mostly peaceful anti racist protests across Britain since the death of George Floyd in monopolise finding the U. K. to confront its own history of imperialism and racial inequality prime minister Boris Johnson has announced the setting up a commission to look at what more can be done to eliminate racial injustice but ponens accuse the conservative government of opting for talk rather than action
UK demonstrators hold fourth weekend of anti-racism protests
"A Susan demonstrators are holding fourth weekend of protests across the U. K. despite a ban on large gatherings because of the growth of arms demonstrations are taking place in cities including London Manchester Edinburgh and Glasgow hundreds of thousands of people have held mostly peaceful anti racist protests across Britain since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Jing the UK to confront its own history of imperialism and racial inequality prime minister Boris Johnson has announced the setting up a commission to look at what more can be done to eliminate racial injustice but ponens accuse the conservative government of opting for talk rather than action
UK demonstrators hold fourth weekend of anti-racism protests
"Anti racism demonstrators are holding a fourth weekend of protests across the U. K. despite a ban on large gatherings because of the corona virus pandemic demonstrations are taking place in cities including London Manchester Edinburgh and Glasgow hundreds of thousands of people have held mostly peaceful anti racist protest across Britain since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Jing the UK to confront its own history of imperialism and racial inequality prime minister Boris Johnson has announced the setting up a commission to look at what more can be done to eliminate racial injustice but opponents accuse the conservative government of opting for talk rather than action there is shockingly London
UK demonstrators hold fourth weekend of anti-racism protests
"Anti racism demonstrators are holding a fourth weekend of protests across the U. K. despite a ban on large gatherings because of the corona virus pandemic demonstrations are taking place in cities including London Manchester Edinburgh and Glasgow hundreds of thousands of people have held mostly peaceful anti racist protest across Britain since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Jing the UK to confront its own history of imperialism and racial inequality prime minister Boris Johnson has announced the setting up a commission to look at what more can be done to eliminate racial injustice but opponents accuse the conservative government of opting for talk rather than action there is shockingly London
Can You Train Yourself to Become Ambidexterous?
"The. World is made up of about ninety percent of right handed people and ten percents, left-handed people folks who are truly ambidextrous, those who use their right and left hand equally well make up a negligible sliver of the population, but is ambidextrous, inherited or learned, and if learned, can it be learned as an adult? We spoke of email with Dr Sebastian. Auckland Berg a professor of psychology at Ruhr University and BOCOM Germany. He said a little bit of both. And this is determined by about twenty five percent, genetic factors and seventy five percent, non genetic factors like environmental influences. It clearly runs families, so it is somewhat inherited, but learning might also affect it I think amdex steady for a specific task. like hitting a tennis ball with the racket is possible, but full embiid extremity for all tasks is unlikely. Handedness being the skill in comfort, a person feels using one hand, or the other is considered a complex genetic trait, and since genes are involved hand, preference develops before a person's even born, but like other complex traits handedness including ambiguity extremity doesn't have a simple pattern of inheritance. Yes there is a greater chance. The children of left-handed parents will also be lefthanded than righties, but remember the chance of being a lefty is just ten percent overall, so most children have lefties are still right handed. An identical twins are more likely than non identical twins to both be either right or left handed, but many of both types do have opposite hand preferences, and that's before we even talk about whether a child's handedness is allowed to develop naturally or whether parents and teachers interfere. Hand dominance typically develops around age three and fully developed by age four to five, but it can be influenced by insisting a child uses their other hand, or by happenstance for example when he was four years old, former major league baseball pitcher Billy Wagner broke his right elbow and spent the summer in a cast. In his memoir Wachner victory recalls being a natural righty at the time and already mad for baseball, but for the next six weeks he threw only left-handed when the cast came off, he was in for a surprise when he tried throwing with his right, the ball went nowhere had lost not a strength of coordination for throwing with his right arm and gained it in his left. Wagner wrote. I was a natural righty then and still am I do everything right handed eat told tools right start lawnmower everything except pitch. Wagner wouldn't be considered ambidextrous though he's certainly managed to have an incredibly successful career working with his non dominant hand. Baseball is full of players who switch hit meaning. They hit equally well from either the left or right side, and are comfortable, facing left or right handed pitchers, some like hall of Famers, Eddie Murray Mickey Mantle and Chipper Jones were successful, but they like. Wagner weren't truly ambidextrous. Which is something? That's very difficult to do, but why the? Lindburg said headedness is something that is generated in the brain, not the hands as such. The half the brain contra lateral to the hand is better in controlling fine motor movements for example, the left brain hemisphere in right handers. The strength of this preference varies between individuals. Some people have a very strong preference for one hand, and resulting from that greater issue in using the other for specific tasks, so it's the brain that sets the barrier. But if the brains, that's the barrier. The brain can also remove it. Take the case of Billy McLaughlin. McLaughlin is an award winning guitarist known for a unique style of play, placing both hands on the Fredbord, Originally predominantly a right handed guitar player, but in the late nineteen nineties despite having a record at number seven on the billboard. He was struggling with control problems. He was missing notes when he played an experienced muscle spasms to the point that he was unable to perform. Finally in two thousand one McLaughlin was diagnosed with focal Dystonia, a movement disorder, causing muscles to contract involuntarily, though advised to find another career McLaughlin opted to teach himself to play left handed and he succeeded. So this begs the question. Can we teach ourselves to become ambidextrous as adults? A two thousand seven study found that as we age, we actually become more ambidextrous without even trying in part because the hands that we use more loses. Its dominance of the study was small. It included sixty participants all strongly right handed according to the Edinburgh handedness inventory, the participants completed various computerized dexterity tests, which included line tracing and aiming task and tapping the youngest group average age, twenty five years performed all the skills proficiently using their right hand, the Middle Age participants average age fifty years performed well using either hand on the gaming task while the two oldest groups average ages, seventy and eighty years performed just as well using either hand on all tasks except one. However overall performance appeared to decline with increasing age especially for the participants dominant hand, leading researchers to believe that quote, we become more ambidextrous as we get older because dominant hand loses its superior dexterity, and becomes more like are weaker hand. Some people have wondered whether attempting to become ambidextrous could strengthen the brain and potentially slow or fight the effects of aging or dementia Allen Berg said that's a myth, while it is true in general that brain training is a good idea when aging research has shown that what at strengthened is what is trained, so if I trained to write with my non dominant hand, this would affect the motor brain areas of the contra lateral half the brain, but not the areas involved in memory. Thus a specific memory training would make more sense in aging and dementia.
"Hi, I'm Rick Steves one of the few things certain about this corona virus pandemic is that this crisis will pass sooner or later it'll pass, and we'll be back to normal. And when that day comes, all of us will eagerly turn our pent up. Travel Dreams into smooth and bursting with fun reality. Let's continue to share. Our travel dreams together on travel with Rick Steves. Today on travel with Rick Steves are virtual travels. Bring us a millennials. Take on enjoying yourself in the Netherlands. Also stroll the sights on a guided walk around Edinburgh. Get a taste of that passionate atmosphere and end Lucia and go searching for Venus in the hour ahead. The. Netherlands seem to specialize in festivals. Fun Ways for the millennial generation to celebrate life to learn how we travelers of all ages can get it on the fun. We're joined in our studio by tour guide sisters, Yoda and Ruby Van Angles Dwarf who both happened to be millennials, Yoda and Ruby thanks for being here. For having us. You're actually twins. Ruby and Yoda and It's one of you older. Yes, maybe one minute older them a one minute older so Yoda. How do you to differ in your temperaments? Well I'm always told that Ruby, Nice. One Which is true? I am a little bit more direct assistance. Dutch people are think I'm a little bit more. Outspoken where we very patients and lovingly, and yeah, so you complement each other we do I think. Together the Dutch are famous for being direct. Yes, we are yeah. This is so fun to think about generational differences, and so on in America and what we call a baby boomer and you got in America people in their twenties and thirties or generate millennials do the Dutch look at generations in certain ways like that? Also? Yes, exactly the same we have baby. boomers are parents are a baby, boomers, and yeah, we're millennials, so millennials people in their twenties and thirties, gen-x people in their forties, baby boomers people in their fifties and sixties, baby boomers, being the most interesting and fun, loving and entertaining. Okay so tell me about the characteristics of millennials. In the Netherlands. Well, it's probably very similar. we are we millennials. Because we got handed everything to us right. We always learned where you're growing up. Everything is possible everything you wanted to do and instead of creating people who are very secure. What they WANNA do were all very insecure, and we're very well like I'm going to do and like every ten years. We changed jobs and There's a lot of enterpreneurs so a lot of people who want to create their own little thing, but we're all sort of this known at were unhappy with everything because we can have everything we're unhappy. Little bit spoiled came easily old. Yes, and impatient. You want it now. Yes, and if you don't get it now, you'll go somewhere else. Yeah, we're own press. And we invented the burn out. Is! Still Alive and kicking. This is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Yoda angles store and her twin. WHO's one minute older? Ruby angles. Talking about millennials and when we think about having fun as tourists, we can learn a lot by having fun as millennials millennials love. It seems like in the Netherlands parties in vegetables. Yoda. What's what's an example of festival that a millennial looks forward to every year and Amsterdam? We Love, King's Day. That is one of our favorites. Once It's not we do not have as many festivals in Amsterdam anymore more dough, so I'm stem because such a busy city day try to take people away from Amsterdam, so if you want to experience the holidays like King, stay or Liberation Day It's better to go to one of the less bigger cities. Also. Just what what? What is it? You'd like to go to for one of these big. Go to Harlem, because the most I am from Harlem, so we always love Liberation Day that is in Harlem. It's known to have the biggest festival only ration- days that its fifth of May we got free from the Nazis and every year. We celebrate our freedom. It's just really fun with a lot of artists in music. Video of me. I remember the festival Yeah Amsterdam is getting so congested so touristy. I was there for a King's Day once and there's so many boats you could walk across the canal just from boat to boat. who was just solid votes in the canals, but people were certainly having a great time Ruby. Festival that you look forward to. What would it be every year? ooh I always look forward to the food festivals. There are many food festival also around to Amsterdam. And we have a shoeless that SURF SC fall in the neighborhood of Amsterdam where people go to, they have to take off their shoes and walk bare feet it. It's of course when festival Shula Festival. They have a lot of food everywhere. Fit of electro music seems okay. Let's me to one of these food festivals. Then okay. So, what kind of food would you be enjoying? You would be enjoying some Sushi macos, but also local foods like French fries. The real food festivals hundred stance. You can try a little bit of everything
"edinburgh" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Edinburgh in the mobile and thirtieth in Harlem has gas for two twenty nine a gallon WBBM news time ten thirty eight traffic and weather together on the aids here's Botaram still experiencing some big issues in the western suburbs right on the border of downers Grove Lombard where we have a full closure of one of our tollways let's find out all about what's going on Chris hopper mill is a mobile seven eighty today fire suppression continues at the scene of a fiery propane tanker crash on three fifty five north of Butterfield qualified apartment mitigates the incident by carefully guiding the burn off of the product three fifty five remains blocked between Ogden and Roosevelt ramps to northbound three fifty five off of the Reagan tollway or closed as well northbound three fifty five slows abroad Ogden with through traffic being diverted off eighty eight is available Sabonis solid pass north Roosevelt where everybody's forced off their your alternates include all fifty three but that's jammed either way between Roosevelt Butterfield lot of people are on that Hyland is not so bad you can use that specially northbound coming off of the northbound side to get up but between about Ogden and Roosevelt and route eighty three that seems pretty far east but that those are probably the most hassle free way to get around this at the moment Chris hopper mill mobile seven eighty some good news another situation we've been following al down Eisenhower still jammed up from California before Costner but that's all because of a rollover crash had a block and a couple of ways but everything is now on the shoulder lanes are now back open on the up on X. those delays will ease up right now it's twenty nine out to Mannheim forty two out of three ninety mostly expressways heading into downtown are looking pretty good once you get into downtown you can access the downtown area once again ransom the expressways have been reopened lake shore drive back open to traffic north and southbound at all the exits between Michigan Avenue Randolph remain blocked it to get into downtown from the drive use the access points through Grant Park CTA running through downtown now trains are bypassing some stops however in northwest Indiana were seen issues today sixty five northbound jammed before US two thirty one past a hundred ninth Avenue in Crown Point Robert block in a couple of lanes is done just a single lane of the northbound stretch by sixty five at the north terminus of I. sixty five Indiana toll road the ramp to the toll road are now closed for emergency road work so you get to the Indiana toll road from I. sixty five need to head east on eighty ninety four through lake station next traffic report ten forty eight newsradio seven eighty one of five point nine FM the WBBM accu weather forecast we'll see plenty of clouds another shower rumble of thunder especially south and west of the city here through early afternoon then some sunshine returning later today up to eighty.
Keeping Your Dream Alive with Drew Holcomb
"Today or conversation is with music city icon drew holcomb. And you may remember that. We talked to drew's manager Paul Steal a few weeks ago. But here's the thing you need to know about drew. He absolutely refuses to be limited by other people's labels yes? He's a killer singer and songwriter. And believe me you're GONNA WANNA listen to the end of this episode. But he's used that foundation of singing and songwriting to lay a platform for becoming an entrepreneur. An investor a business owner. The guys creative he's disciplined. He's an absolute anomaly. But all of these different roles and qualities they've come together to make for a pretty remarkable and outrageous life but as you will hear his path toward becoming one of Americana Music Most beloved and authentic figures. It was one that actually started over twenty years ago and it was birthed out of a tragedy. I played music all throughout high school. I was your classic like Gout. The Guitar Planning Life and Learning Songs and having fun just with friends. I didn't write a song until I was a junior in college. I went to a personal tragedy the summer after my junior year of high school at a younger brother special needs who passed away very unexpectedly. I was actually out of the country and music was sort of thing. Kinda got me through it so really for me. Music was this personal sort of healing anchor. Anchor exactly I've no thoughts of doing it professionally especially talented at that time. I don't think so. No no not really I mean I was. I was fine You know I always had a very sort of ernest. Hard-working like plow through it. Sort of ethic involved in scouts and was in the student body organization. And all the things you know at school. I Love School. I always student so I went to school to college with the intent of going to graduate school to study. History on my goal is to write books and be a history professor so that was the dream now somewhere along the way. My junior decided to go study abroad and I studied in Edinburgh Scotland and I didn't really know anybody so I took my guitar with me. You know that was like my main hobby was playing guitar and I just started writing songs like at night. I'd finish my work or whatever three roommates. A Frenchman Franck Thomas the German Dave the Canadian and drew the American. That sounds like the makings of a killer ban. Yes that's right court. What are you studying in? Scotland studying church history so studying sort of like a variety of classes but Studying sort of fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Scotland. Studying the early sort of early Roman church so sort of. Constantine through you know the the break-up of the Roman Empire so just like nerdy stuck just had your guitar with you the whole yet. I wasn't writing songs about any of that stuff. I mean it was informing you know in a way but now I just started writing songs and really. It was diving into that pain because what I knew I was GONNA do. I started writing songs because my senior project at. Ut was an oral history about my brother. So I was interviewing fifty to eighty people. Nurses doctors friends teachers cousins. Who grew up around him in his life. And I was trying to figure out why this like kid. With Spina Bifida made such an impact when he his funeral was like twenty five hundred on my word so I was just personally curious and also just thought it was a great way to sort of put this history stuff to work to do this oral history and so part of that was started writing songs about that. Sorta as a sideline and extending come home from Scotland and start my senior year. My friends start playing songs for my friends. They're like Ayman is a pretty good. You should maybe give this a go so I started looking some gigs in Knoxville. Like at bars and I'd play covers and originals. Invite my friends out and this mentor of mine. Basically told me so. Hey man graduate. School can wait a year to like. It's not going anywhere much to take a break. Do this music thing get a job. See what happens. And that was in the fall. Two Thousand and three and here we are in two thousand twenty. Golly that's crazy so when you started doing it and you were playing in those bars. You couldn't have been making much planning those bars. No it's probably pretty scrappy beginnings for a while. I would assume yeah really four or five years of absolute scrap absolute scrap. Was that whole time where you think to yourself. This is what I want to do with the rest of my life or were you just filling time. During that season I was enjoying sort of the process of seeing the country of convincing by then friend to date me and Mary me I was enjoying the freedom I really found a lot of freedom and being my own boss that was like also and I was like well. That's pretty cool. And then also the same time I was sort of looking at the writing on the wall of the other dream going man. It's like really hard to get a real decent job at university especially as sort of a you know another southern white male just like there's a lot of those PhD's in history saturated market. So I just honestly the part of it I was really loving the business and I was finding satisfaction in putting together the band and the recording process and learning I was growing. I felt like you know all these things. I didn't understand about music. I mean as a kid you get a record and you think Oh. These people just got no room. They've set up. Some microphones push record. And that's what you hear and then you realize that. Oh It's actually this incredibly long and arduous process but very satisfying process and so I found myself enjoying it and just kept going based on my dad. You know I'm just GonNa keep doing this until it stops growing and it didn't. You're still. Here is your idol dip. It was your dad. Supportive or your parents supportive as you were kind of pursuing this dream very supportive. My Dad always jokes. He says he has all these friends that tell him like. Why did you let drew do this? And he's like I let drew do anything you know. He's twenty one years. Old graduated from College Emmy debt which was Nice Ozone. Scholarship makes a big difference in your twenty two years old about. Can you pursue this dream? Well I have all this debt and I gotta get a certain amount of money job or can I like try to do something independently with it of hamstrings you? So I didn't have any deaths and my dad basically told me like. Hey Man if you're gonNa work hard at this your mom and I are in your corner like let's go for it and actually took me guitar shop and bought me like the nicest guitar he could afford and said like this is our send you on your way thing you know. Wow so very supportive stuff had other people say like I wanted your parents. Let you do this crazy thing. Let me amount of adult. Yeah that's right. You don't have to have your parents permission but it sure helps. Psychologically I think to have people that believe in you that in your corner day deal but also. They weren't covering like they weren't paying for you to do they work. They work funding your dream. But they were supporting your. Yeah but I gave me alone ten grand and make my first record but it was expected to be paid back. And did you pay of course? I figured you're probably not still in the payment plan. No I read this in. I think it was rolling stone. That wrote it. It said while working at a Memphis studio in the early two thousands holcomb started playing small bars on weekends and eventually found himself zigzagging across the south in old Volvo Wagon and putting nearly three hundred thousand miles on the car and five years first of all. Is that true very true? John Actually totaled at around two hundred and forty thousand miles and took it around mechanic and he he made it drivable not put another ninety thousand miles on it. That's insane you're going all over and then it says initially. He says he was barely making ends. Meet playing at the most random coffee houses and community college. Lunch hours anywhere. That would give me a little scratch to play my songs. So that's a pretty accurate representation. Those first few yeah definitely and you know some of those college. Gigs were literally community colleges noon and they had these entertainment budgets that they had dispensed they bring you in. I'd bring my own P. A. And severe that set it up in the corner at start playing and literally a third of the room when they realized the somebody was sort of interrupting their lunch would put their headphones on to listen to their music. While I'm playing in the corner so you had to have pretty thick skin letting you know their checks cashed and that's how I was able to afford to keep going so it was complete survival. Did you have moments where you were just like? What am I doing at least two or three times an hour? When I was playing shows seriously though you know sometimes about halfway through that period is when I got married. Ellie was a schoolteacher and then after a year of teaching administered go on. The road means so really my last year of doing a lot of those colleges she was with me and that was so much more fun because we were just getting the car and just laugh at how terrible the experience was you know like. I said they were the gigs paid and that was the right around the time we started having some success with songs on TV and film. This song live forever came out which did really well On. Tv show. Parenthood was the season. Finale montage moment and we got paid enough to get a van and we started getting asked to go on tour other singer. Songwriters. Dave Barnes and Marvis. Are these sort of smaller. You Know Club. Things were also starting to really make real fans and then it became. Maybe I want to do this for the rest of my life. Real to that point it was like this is a big.
"On this episode of five minutes in Church history. We are going on quite the journey. Let's explore five cathedrals in Europe ready. Well we'll start in Florence at the Santa Maria del Flora or the Duomo di Ferenza as Tian's would call it. This cathedral was started in twelve ninety six. It was finished in fourteen thirty six and one of the final structures that was put into place for this Cathedral. Was the famous dome. It was designed and built by Brunelleschi. Who had studied geometry and physics but for much of it by his own account. He relied on his own intuition. And well it worked The Dome was built in. It still lasts. It's made of brick. It has its white ribs in its terra cotta tiles and it serves as such a great backdrop for so many spy movies. So I'm sure you've seen it or the site of that Cathedral. There and Florence goes all the way back to a church that was likely dedicated in three ninety-three by none other than ambrose of Milan and that's the cathedral at Florence. Well let's keep moving. We'll go to Paris and to Notre Dame in two thousand nineteen. It was all over the news. Of course because of that fire it will take millions to rebuild and it will take many years to it as restored. It was first built back in eleven sixty three it epitomizes that ribbed vault and flying buttress style those cathedral structures that are so crucial. It was the site of a temple to Jupiter and the early Roman days and then it was a church and then it was a cathedral in seventeen ninety three. This is the time of the French Revolution. It was rededicated no longer as a church but as the cult of reason and all of the statues to marry were replaced and they were replaced by Statues Lady Liberty Well. It stood that way for many decades and then along came a novel. Victor Hugo's the hunchback of Notre Dame in eighteen thirty one and when that novelist published drew attention to the cathedral and its restoration so Paris. Well let's travel a little north and let's go up the Rhine River and let's go to Cologne. Germany and Statistics abound about this cathedral in Cologne. Germany are you ready? It is the tallest twin spires church in the world. It is the second tallest church in Europe and it is the third tallest church in the world. Those twin spires reached five hundred sixteen feet. Construction began in twelve sixty four. Here's a statistic for you. It has one hundred eighty five thousand square feet of space. This is a huge building. It was so huge that the allied bombers use those twin spires as a landmark further bombing raids during World War Two. The cathedral survived it. Took some hits but it survived in. It stood in a pile of rubble that was the city of Cologne. If you go there today you can climb all the way up to the top for viewing platform. If you're willing to climb five hundred and thirty three stone steps you can also hear. It's eleven massive bells. The largest of those bells weighs twenty four tons. Well let's cross the English Channel and we'll go over to London to Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey has a number of people buried in it and the number of people memorialized in it. Over three thousand people have plaques inside Westminster Abbey and many of them are actually buried there. Isaac Newton the poet Robert Browning kings and Queens and princesses and princes and of course inside Westminster Abbey in Jerusalem chamber in the sixteen forties. We have the writings of the Westminster standards. Well let's reach north a little bit. We've gone from Florence to Paris to Cologne to London. Let's go to Edinburgh to Saint Giles. Cathedral it dates back to eleven twenty four. But it's glorious. Moment came in the sixteenth century. It was the seat of the Scottish reformation in fifteen fifty nine. John Knox was installed as minister at Saint Giles. What a great story. What a great story. All of these cathedrals have to
Eilean Mor Lighthouse Keepers - Scotland
"Setting for this story revolves around the Flan in aisles. Lighthouse the seventy five foot. Lighthouse was constructed between eighteen ninety five and eighteen ninety nine and cost about six thousand nine hundred pounds sterling which is a great British pounds and that's equivalent to about million dollars in two thousand nineteen money The Lighthouse was first lit on December seventh eighteen ninety nine so this lighthouse sits on. I lean more which literally means large island in Scottish Gaelic and is part of the plan. An aisles. A small island chain on the west coast of mainland Scotland. The islands have been devoid of permit residents since the automation of the flat. Isles Lighthouse in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. So Joe Have you ever bad into the Scotland? Scotland or Ireland. I have I have not either. It's like a lot of things it's on the list. The aisles provide nesting population of seabirds most notably the Atlantic. Puffins there is also a population of rabbits brought to the island by the lighthouse keepers other than Sea Birds in rabbits. There's no real hostile animals on the on the island so That'll rule out any kind of animal attack in the story. Yeah the island of Eileen more for centuries was regarded as a magical place with cer- a certain powerful aura surrounding it sheep herders. Who are the only ones knowns regularly visit? The island called it the other country and believed to be populated by spirits a fairy folk elves and supernatural beans as well as giant birds. Which were said to prowl the area so sounds like a pretty terrifying island. I actually don't want to visit it now. What's funny is it's really small islands just kind of flat. Yeah I won't say flee it's not like plateau wish but I mean it's not like it's huge and jagged so it's kind of funny to think about you think about people back then and there's not much going on so their imagination goes wild. Yeah that's all I can think of is like if you're a sheep herder and you gotta go to the island with your sheep every now and then like you've nothing else to do in expert thinking about this stuff. Yeah it's probably like a self fulfilling myth they hear it from somebody and then you know they probably morphed into these crazy. Stories of supernatural means giant birds over centuries of elephants. Yeah so Yeah the sheep herders and fishermen who visited the island were said to US special rituals to protect themselves from these magical island inhabitants and were said to communicate with them through a special dialect just for this purpose so these guys taking it serious yeah. They formed their own language to to speak with these spirits. So nine thousand nine hundred style. Lopping yeah there. You Go Even before the incident at the lighthouse there have been several stories about mysterious creatures and other things that gave people pause about the island so it sounds like if you lived back in that time. It's it's not somewhere he'd go with your family for vacation. You'd probably try to avoid the island. Yeah I think it exists solely basically to provide the lighthouse and to keep shifts from basically crashing into this island chain. So we'll talk about the lighthouse keepers of the. Eileen more they had if you can imagine a relatively easy job they worked in shifts with three men on and one enjoying two weeks off at all times. Okay so they're always three guys there in one guy off going back. Home was on the island at the time. The three men working that lighthouse that day. Where James do qat? He's forty three years old. Donald MacArthur Forty and Thomas Marshall. Who's twenty eight so I'm GonNa go right into the time line since it was a long time ago? It's based off of diary entries and captain's logs of the boat that was approaching to relieve a one of the men at the lighthouse. So on December Fifteenth Nineteen Hundred Captain Holman aboard the American steamboat. The Ark tour pass by Eileen Moore and notice that the lighthouse was out of operation so this is December fifteenth home and sent out a wireless telegram informing the mainland of the issue. It was for unknown. Reasons not immediately passed onto the northern Lighthouse board which is who is in charge of administering lighthouse. In addition to this First Oversight The lighthouses regularly monitored by telescope from the nearby. Lewes island by a guy named Roderick. Mackenzie Mackenzie had failed to notice that the light was out. The assumption is that there was thick mist in the area had obstructed views since it was just by a telescope for over a week. Known was sure what had happened on the island so they noticed the light was on the fifteenth. Yeah on December twenty sixth in one thousand nine hundred Captain Jim Harvey was bringing the fourth attendant. Joseph more so that has no relation to the name of the island is just coincidence. That the guy's name was more and they're going to the Eileen more so he was going to the lighthouse as the relief Attendant as the ship approached the island. He noted that something was off the re. The relief flag was not flying and no one was waiting the arrival at the landing of the more so he sounded the whistle on the boat and shot a flare to try and catch lighthouse keepers attention but the island continued to remain silent. So Joseph Moore wrote ashore in a row boat and went up the stairs from the from where he docks the boat that went up to lighthouse and according to reports from more himself. The replacement lighthouse keeper suffered an overwhelming sense of foreboding on his long. Walk up to the top of the cliff so he can almost feel. There is something not right so once at the lighthouse more notice something was immediately wrong the door the lighthouses unlocked and in the entrance hall. Two of three oilskin coats were missing. More continued onto the kitchen area where he found a half eaten food in an overturned chair. Almost as if someone jumped from their seat in a hurry to add to this particular scene the kitchen clock it also stopped more. Continue to search the rest the lighthouse but found no sign of lighthouse keepers. He ran back to the ship to inform Captain Harvey who subsequently ordered a search. The Island for the missing men known was ever found Harvey. This is the captain. The ship quickly sent back telegram to the mainland which in turn was forwarded to the northern Lighthouse Board headquarters in Edinburgh the Telegraph read. A dreadful accident has happened at the Flanigan's the three keepers Kat Marshall and the occasion and the occasional have disappeared from the island on our arrival there. This afternoon. No sign of life was to be seen on the island fired a rocket but as no responses made managed to land more who went up to the station but found no keepers there. The clocks were stopped and other signs indicated that an accident must have happened about a week ago. Poor fellows they must bend blown over the cliffs or drawn trying to secure a crane or something like that night coming on. We could not wait to make something as to their fate. I have left more McDonald and boy master in two seamen on the island to keep the light burning until you make other arrangements will not return to Obama until I hear from you. I have repeated this wire to moorhead in case you're not at home. I will remain at the Telegraph office tonight until it closes. If you wish to wire me. So that was his telegram a few days later Robert. Morehead the Board Superintendent who both recruited knew. All three men personally departed for the island to investigate the disappearance. His investigation of the lighthouse found nothing over and above. What more had already reported that is except for lighthouses? Lock so this work. It's interesting muirhead immediately. Noticed that the last few days of entries entries were very unusual on the twelfth of December. Thomas Marshall the second assistant wrote of severe wins the likes of which he had never seen before in twenty years he also noticed that James do cut the principal keeper had been very quiet and that the Third Assistant William MacArthur had been crying. I'm just picturing the scene it. It just reminds me of In movies where there's like people can find somewhere. How before something really bad happens. They're all just acting really strange and yeah. They started to go mad a little bit. Yeah yeah that's that's I I'm with you and that's exactly what I was thinking. So what's really strange about? The final remarks was that William Macarthur was a season Mariner it was known on the Scottish mainland as a tough brawler. So why would he be crying about a storm? And that's I mean if you can just imagine if you go there now yeah I mean bar fights drinking that type of thing so you have this guy here. That's like a big tough guy. You know brought to tears over a storm. I mean initially people from Scotland. There tough tough people. This is a third hand story that someone I know that's from Ireland. Told me you know like when they say tough brawler this happened. I ten fifteen years ago. He was in a bar in Scotland in this American walked in and kind of like a Dorky looking American and ask where the bathroom was and apparently somebody in the park didn't like that and literally bottled him. And that bottling is just. They broke a beer bottle over the back of his head. I don't know the story is true. But that's sound like stereotypical Scotland Bar. Like so I I believe it. Yeah WanNa believe it soccer team just lost and they're pissed off and yeah football team. Mike you'RE GONNA get body falls. Sorry but yeah. They're tough so log entries on the thirteenth December state at the storm is still raging and that offer men had been praying but why would three experience lighthouse keeper safely situated under Brand New Light House? That was one hundred fifty feet above sea level. Be Praying for storm to stop. This should be perfectly safe in theory. Even more particular peculiar is that there were no reported. Storms in the area on the Twelfth Thirteenth Fourteenth of December. In fact the weather was calm in the storms that were to batter. The island didn't hit until December seventeenth. So that's kind of what get strange about this because it's not some island off the mill nowhere. Yeah it's very close to mainland. So they would know if there were storms like that actually occurring at that time. Yeah and like you said they were all very experienced. They were stationed in a brand New Light House. That I'm sure the lighthouse still standing to this
Flat Earthers: What They Believe and Why
"This is scientific. American science talk posted on March. Twenty seven twenty twenty. I'm Steve Mirsky. I'm going to let my guest introduce himself in a moment because he does a better job than I could. Midway through the following discussion. We'll take a break for a short segment sponsored by the Calveley prize with Caltech Planetary Astronomer. Michael Brown who has done groundbreaking work though solar system breaking work on the Kuyper belt and its largest members. His segment is not unrelated to what will be talking about now. It's not about corona virus. You'll find some parallels to how some people are reacting to corona virus. Buckle up so I'm Michael Marshall and I'm the project director of the good thinking society which is a charity based in the UK the whole purpose charities to promote science to challenge pseudoscience. So we'll do work Ford Science Education and then another PA the work that we do. The bulk of my work is to find ideas. That aren't backed by evidence and find people who are promoting those ideas find people who are buying into those ideas and to explore them and figure out if anything can be done to prevent people being confused by them Hound by the misled by them and those kinds of things. So I spent a lot of time looking at things like alternative cancer kills and the people who promote those and alternative medicine spent a lot my time going to see people who say they can talk dead. Oku can do faith healing and then another part of my time is spent token people who believe in unusual ideas and kind of proponents. And that's how I came across the flat. Earth world is through my slightly odd a hobby at the time before I was working. Fulltime as as a skeptic is a hobby of mine to be in rooms filled if he who disagree with me to just understand what brings people to ideas that. I would look at and say well. This can't be true. These kind of fringe and extreme and unusual beliefs. What brings people to believe them? And what what? What kind of path leave people there will? Evidence supports supports that position in their minds. And how do they engage with the world with that worldview and try and have conversations? Podcast where I talked to people who have kind of fringe beliefs and instead of having a conversation that a lot of people have if they are a skeptic about something and they're talking to believe where you shout at them and tell them never home and point out all the evidence and tell you gets into a volatile discussion sometimes instead of that. I've tried to have a civil and polite chat to try and explore the gap between us. So I don't believe in this idea of yours but I'm reading to figure out why I don't believe it. Why do so? Let's have a conversation? So have these kind of civil discussions and that's kind of how I came across That the flatter theory and the idea that there are people walking around today. Who think well this flat. This is really interesting and serendipitous that were sitting here because I knew that there were some flatter. Thor's out there and I just thought it was kind of strange and funny and about a week ago I discovered a friend of mine who is very well educated. She got a doctorate in biochemistry and She has a sister who's also very intelligent and very well educated and my friend told me that her sister is a flatter and that her sister is very indignant about the idea that We don't take them seriously and she said something to the effectiveness is hearsay. That we're getting for me right now. That will you know if you looked at the evidence. Then you'd know that what you've been told isn't true. So all of a sudden became fascinated with the flat earth people and then Just on twitter and I had I had been a follower verve yours until I saw this tweet that somebody I follow must've re tweeted that you had just given a talk in Edinburgh where I have been and So I reached out to you and it turns out you live in Liverpool and here I am in Liverpool today. So that's why we're here talking so tell me what do the flat Earth People Think and why do they think it so to your packet question that will bit because it's very easy for us to see the flat? Earth Movement is one singular cohesive movement and. That's how I I thought about it when I first came across in two thousand thirteen when I came across the flutter society in the UK. And so I had a conversation with the vice president of the Flat Earth Society and I assumed you probably have in your mind that people who believe the world is flat thing that the world's disk and in the center you've got the Arctic Circle then you've got all the continents of the world are splayed out to fill the circle. Antarctica is like the edge of disk. But I found out when I first spoke to flatter societies that not everyone in the world has that version of the world and the heads. Some do believe it's a disc but others believe that. Yes the Arctic Circle in the middle the landmasses around it and then on top Around the edge but instead of it being discreet disc some people believe in fact Antactica just on forever and all directions and so they believe that the earth is actually an infinite plane in all directions that bisects reality which is a really lovely idea. What does that mean by? Second three dollars so it will go on. North South East West go on forever and there is the above and the below. But there's no way of getting from the top to the bottom because it's just infinity of all ice in all directions forever so there's no way of getting below the earth and so this was when. I first came across the floor of moving in two thousand thirteen. This quite vociferous debate that was going on and the website of the three in the flat. Earthers yeah it was. It was quite a schism really and so they'd the society. The the time was largely a forum where they would bring forth that proofs of one version this theory or another and I also think there's another schism going on in the movement at the time Which is between one side which people who genuinely really believed the world was flat and the other side which after he did not believe it but enjoyed intellectual pursuit of arguing a position than you false and so they would find quite esoteric off the wall proofs that most people wouldn't think of and so when I first came across it in two thousand thirteen there are people waiting into these arguments who believe the world is round but had never thought about it the fall but just assumed innocent of arrogant way that they must know better than anybody who's thought about it and come to a different conclusion and so they were stumping into these arguments saying well what about photos of the earth from space and what about this and what about ships going with the rise in thinking. Well this is the Gotcha but not realizing that those are the first things they thought about that. They thought the world approved walls around. And therefore it's probably likely that people who think the world is flat had the same idea and yet they're still flat earth So at least in their mind they must have a good answer to that. The people believe the world was round in these arguments. Didn't have 'cause they'd never scrutinize the idea. They rejecting enough and so what was happening. Was I think to a degree? The part of the schism that were just having fun and move very well. The world wasn't flat but just enjoyed the pursuit of doing that. They will winning those arguments of people who are coming in and arrogantly assuming that they could answer everything and in winning those arguments they were really converting even more people who really believed it. And so you had this kind of effect where we saw spiral out of control a little bit. But I think it it wasn't viral in the way that in two thousand thirteen and a as a in the way that it was in two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen. I'm think PA that is because that ISA teric off wall version of proofs could be quite complicated to get your head around so for example if you have the disc version the world and the infinite plane version both muddles suffer from an inability to explain gravity. You don't have the spherical mass united central mass of a central point pulling it all two to one point So it's very difficult to explain. Gravity neither one models but these people who are doing kind of East Tarik arguments are saying well what gravity gravity and accelerate falls towards the ground. Think nine point. Eight meters per second. Squared accelerates downwards. They said that is identical to a world in which the ground accelerates upwards to meet you and so when you let go of something it isn't that it's accelerating downwards that it's the grounds accelerating up to meet it Sephora relativity and that's this is exactly where they come to you so people then say when if ground is if the earth is an infinite in all directions that by sex reality and is accelerating open at nine seconds and always has been since the dawn of time. You'd hit a problem which would be the speed of light. You can't go fast so people don't have a Gotcha for this. And so the people who were putting forth esoteric the wall trobisch arguments would say well look at Einstein's theory of relativity as you approach light speed time itself slows down and the mats in their head works back out again so yes beginning. Quick time getting slower and we can account for gravity in that way. And that's quite a complicated auditing Enron. And so I think the fact that these people were winning arguments was getting converting some people movement but the way in which they were winning them were keeping people away from the movement because they were quite complex ideas to you. Couldn't stick them on a mean as you can these days. Here's a picture of the earth. You couldn't explain all that stuff about the relatively proving gravitate infinite plane version of the world. So I think it was a limiting factor going on and that's why when I first came across the free movement it was probably still pretty small. Pretty unknown I've been given talks about pseudoscience for the last five six plus years and I've mentioned that I came across the Flat Earth. Moving and people would always say to me this. Nobody who actually believes that nobody actually doesn't really exist. That people having fun with stay quite small and then in. Twenty fifteen in two thousand sixteen a couple of things happened that really ignited a movement and it was the publishing of two videos on Youtube video series on Youtube. One I believe was Eric. Debate tuned approves the Spinning Globe. And the other was mark sergeants. Fourteen videos in his letter clue series.
"Short stories are the perfect way to address a range of issues in an immediate and succinct. Way Sean Ben has done just that in his collection entitled a couple of things before the end so sean welcome to three. Ci thanks very much for having me. Now what sort of did you have in mind? It's a bit ominous sort of title. Yea Well I wouldn't be the person I mean just about everybody's GonNa soonest ought to be thinking about what the next ten twenty thirty forty s log and if you begin to read even in the mainstream press you'll start to get warnings that if the sky gets full of more particles that make the earth hotter and hotter parts of the Middle? Part of the Earth are going to become more or less uninhabitable this century and serious water and food shortages will come along with that. I mean this is nothing else but what anyone who gets anyway. Nissim Sci. He's starting to tell us Now then the question would come. Kenneth fiction serve that what can fiction do Without saying the same thing over and over but what what to do with that was really interesting to me was what would the people I grew up with. I love And also people who weren't exactly like the people I grew up with. How are we all going to be with this? What he's going to happen to to quite the people I really know once serious privation serious shortages dot to happen all around us. There's one story at the end Bunka which goes into that. We'll come to that one but there are other sorts of ends in mind here. The gained the a period in your life The end of communication is another one. That comes up. So let's delve into some of these stories and hopefully it won't be all that ominous Because there are some fascinating things here you did. The first story is called scouts. Were you ever a boy scout? I have to go ahead and say that I was a boy scout. I was a boy scout in the nineteen seventies I was very. I was particularly bad at sports which were an Australian boy his special problem but one thing I could find do with me was put me in cub scouts. And that work that worked I was especially bad at what we in. The nineteen seventies was called foot clinic Stood there disconsolate. A very small boy. Seven or eight years old in the middle of big muddy oval. And all I wanted was people might remember this. You GotTa be game at the end but for me it really was standing around in an hour on a on a baddeck not understanding really what to do with the football. I remember years ago. Michael Looney telling the story that when he was boy out in the country he was sort of Eilly united and confused by football. What you were supposed to do when the ball came down to woods him he picked it up. Held it to his chest and ran through the goals. Naturally as as one would. But it's a right of passage in some ways you know learning the not earning the badges miss but at what point do you sort of. What will does it come to an end? If we want to talk about ending but you transition the development there what was I suppose one of the things that got some pythons about being a scout? I mean they certainly some comedy as well but what was what was maybe saddle. Poignant upbeat about being a scout in the seventies wars you were participating in the system in. You didn't exactly think about lock these you'll participating in a system that was actually dying all around you which was the old British USTRALIAN loyalty. Oh British Astrid Unite. The revolt was valuable. Said they weren't sort of nineteen seventy seven nine hundred seventy eight nine hundred seventy nine a NI- uniform saluting the flag And trying to be sort of good junior soldier. Boys in a Y. Or at the very least the kind of good boy that you would have. That Biden Powell know if people remember Lord Biden Powell the founder of the Scouting Movement. But if you go back and look at scouting for boys it's the idea of kind of purposeful cleanliness in a little boy. That's also always turning into the effort to sort of locate and destroy aliens. But Tom and I don't mean I don't mean from outer space I mean the ones we leave this a militarist element. This is it. So it's it's playing soldier but it's also got an idea of self theirself idea of self control in it. There's a list of things that are good boy does that a scout does a scout prepared but a scout is also sort of honest in a tainted in some ways and I don't mean to mock all of that hopefully the thing about that stories. It's not all pissing from a high on the scouting movement. It's getting to something. Which was that? There was something in that I mean. I know we feel like this a lot now. But there's something in that old idea of self control. Which is such a daily on fashionable idea. Now the scouting movement held onto a part of it. But of course to us. It just looks ridiculous that you would wear your little uniform and your little hat and salute a flag on a Tuesday night. It's not so much ridiculous. One eventually which happens in the story eventually grows out of it yes and reevaluate says you grow older so it has its purpose in its place but as you say a lot of traditions a dying as well and they've got a reinvent. I mean the notion of a boy's group alone today. Isis audience changed another thing. That's changed the royals. You've got him on August news lead. There is an incompetent. Monarchist Focus Group pretty early in the and that comes out of the Scout Story too. Which is it goes to the whole idea of the Shia strangeness of trying to make an England down the bottom of Asia which we really did try and do. I went to London for the first time. Not that long gone about ten years ago. I had that thing that many many strengths must have had. Which is the shock of recognition that once you get through cock fosters on that train and start to going to London accord. It looks exactly like Hawthorne it looks. Exactly like Moldovan down to the last and you begin to understand why that you had before that we that that the F. It was really just to make these places again. The idea of Kemba well below Laos below. Papua we really tried for that and again I think one of the things. That's hopefully interesting about growing up. In the seventies I think the seventies there was a was a real transition time where that old idea that we could somehow Cape together an England down here began to break up and wash away and so and then then I mean then I think plenty of people listening to this would know this. But in a way the bill for that wasn't paid until the nineteen ninety s in the nineteen nineties. We had that exuberant Tom where we thought well. No no money in this and we'll just be Australian. It's all we can let England going by the nineteen ninety by the Howard years. You had the understanding that it was actually going to be something that we felt a lot more Sarah about a lot more angry about and we're going to punish somebody else but we still had politicians bringing back knighthoods and such luck. And that's you that's interesting but that was what was interesting about the Abbot Attempt. In about the time of that story about the top of that royal story where it really much to light now and even people that you wouldn't expect or the I thought the idea of Sir Prince Phillip and the first strategy night. All that's right it will be Prince Philip. Did you give Edinburgh that? The whole country in two thousand fifteen couldn't take that But just as Australia was reinventing itself oil or imagining its identity. Which is a growing sort of evolution. The monarchy is sort of caught in the same bind. Harry and Meghan done Mike it into the story necessarily only slightly but they trying to establish their own identity in a new ish. Can you hold on to the monarchy? This is where I think I mean. I think this is still true. This little against what I just said but I still think it's a strain schizophrenia. What you would think of is the oldest. Dr Steele holds a lot. Hold on a lot for monarchy and foreign idea of England that still does persist in one of the places it does possess these in those people in that royal family in the Queen and to some extent. Now I mean we tried Diana but now much more and William and Kate but the thing that Tom the thing about that he says it's just getting hotter and hotter for any family any group of individuals to actually be able to carry off what you need to do to be a barely successful enough royalty in the face of the sheer amount of virulent attention that the entertainment system is GonNa WanNa put on you. It's it's pretty much going to be impossible to be monarchy in the next fifty but also the the monarchy speaks to a tradition that goes back centuries which hasn't necessarily evolved and changed with the Moore's that go on today which is it's appeal. Which is the thing we desperately hope for that. You could point to any one group of things and say you want change will you? You'll stay the same. You promised The problem is is that as you say with them. What Harry and Megan is it. They couldn't take the deal that will often because the deal starts to get so strange which is listen. You'll be a representative of what is good in a sense. He's more self control. This idea that we're after over and over again but at the same time will pretty much persecute and you will be at you all the time. You'll open your door in the morning and hundreds of us where we tried to watch you and I I can't understand. I don't get a sense of whether this is to their credit or not. They just refuse that. Were like this is so awful. This is more or less like a kind of strange it privileged. But it's also a persecution and can leave. Just leave
"edinburgh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And the Duke of Edinburgh press interest in the royal family was relentless scandals was splashed across the front pages week after week tapes were leaked intimate phone calls between princess Diana and a friend in which he affectionately called her squeegee and then of even more intimate phone calls between prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles there were even premium rate phone lines that members of the public could cool to listen to the recordings themselves questions were also being offered about how much the royal family cost the British taxpayer and in November of nineteen ninety two things got even worse part of the centuries old wins a consul one of the queen's residences has been consumed by fire for much of the day a hundred and fifty five men of been battling the blaze which is because millions of pounds worth of damage former diplomat Charles Manson was the queen's press secretary my role as press secretary enough of my team quite a small team of ten wish to talk about the public churches of the queen and her family Sir it made the job in a little more difficult when people really wanted to talk more about the private lives of often quite junior members of the royal family on which really was not part of our mandate to to deal with by this point Queen Elizabeth the second had already been on the throne for forty years during a period of enormous social change don't forget when she first came to the throne anyone who had an appointment at Buckingham Palace came if they were a man in the morning search and a top hat and it was a very formal Monica is still but what made the job completely durable is the very high regard in which the queen was held on the steadiness with which she does her job the worst of times she was always calm no matter how difficult the issue may be a new institution mon okay whatever should expect to be free from the scrutiny of those will give it a loyalty and support not to mention there's a bank this sort of questioning can also act as an effective engine for change in the wake of the Windsor Castle fire the queen announced that she would stop paying some income tax and that the taxpayer would no longer pay for several junior members of the royal family and she started meeting regularly with a group of senior Royals I'm the closest advisers including Charles Manson to discuss how to present the royal family strategy for the future they call themselves the way ahead group the purpose of the monarchy and the main things it was doing which is simply not getting through and so we thought that actually what we needed to do is sit down and look at the program much mall systematically and make sure all the the monarchy remained rather send in a molten society the first task was to think about what the queen I actually did all day I mean everyone knew about opening a new bridge or opening a new hospital commemorating an important anniversary of the second World War those sorts of June which is of the Monaco world fetish trade for but looking at new areas of activity new jobs and technology new areas of Manson looking at the jobless looking at new forms of employment for young people really sort of widening in touch in that way to involve as many people in society as possible they started looking at a map of the royal family's engagements thinking about which parts of the country all parts of the community what getting enough attention the way ahead group influenced all sorts of things you nine times a of the garden parties you know just making sure that you got a wider and wider spread of people coming to them and that people do have done modest but very good things in their local area come to the attention of the of very much included is not just for the great and the good but for the society as a whole bunch of coasters through the taxpayers paying for the costs of the of the institution of monarchy the way ahead group held meetings two or three times a year they took place sometimes in Sandringham sometimes at Balmoral sometimes in London two or three hours finishing with lawn shoal from them and offering meeting finishing with taking another kind of thing it was a very open discussion but most of the things are discussing probably being fairly pre quote I mean the queen would have been consulted way ahead of a way ahead of group meeting did you get any push back from within the royal household no no tool no I mean once we were able to to show people how it's changed and how the nation is changing I don't remember it being a problem at but it meant a lot to change but I think in those question viguerie to bottle they the group could change the events the royal family went to and the people I met that they didn't have the same control of a public opinion I think it did work but always tempered by you know the things that can go wrong will cause controversy and I doubt if you lost many people you know which do not more about the problems of the prince and princess of Wales is a certain point hole you know how many factors of it invested in Northumberland genetically perfect chair they knew a lot more about one and a half things began to stabilize I'm Charles Anson moved on from his job at Buckingham Palace in nineteen ninety seven but later that year disaster struck this is BBC television from London Diana princess of Wales has died after a car crash in Paris she was taken to hospital in the is a very difficult time in a roster a lot of emotion some of them quite hostile other done and not being treated well sure for me not part of it working outside in the private sector I thought your name that first week off to Dunn's death this script be on the right is very difficult long period for the monarchy initially the queen was criticized how slow response to princess Diana's death but public perceptions of the royal family seem to be softened by the tragedy and by the time of the queen's golden jubilee in two thousand and two people lined the streets all over the country to wish her well people thought my goodness she's she's been on friend fifty years might not realize it it's that long you know and it was a kind of moment to sort of see what the monarchy meant and I think in those terms you know the work that was done in the nineteen nineties during sort of rather troubled yes you know this is sort of Phoenix it came out of the ashes today the way the world finally works is back in the news to think that there are echoes of the challenges of the nineteen nineties in today's situation I think come there all records and the always will be occurs because what you have in the monarchy is a very formal institution this goes back centuries initial source of ceremonial informal roles and then alongside it you also have human beings and always be something happening in other generation growing up but as long as you've got the sort of strong basis of public service and the that is evident the public I think you whether the school for storms the former press secretary to the queen Charles Manson was talking to Lucy burns stay with us we'll have more from history our in just a moment distribution of the BBC world service in the US is made possible by American public media with support from four X. dot com helping traders find opportunity in currency trading for over eighteen years forex dot.
"edinburgh" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh press interest in the royal family was relentless scandals was splashed across the front pages week after week tapes were leaked intimate phone calls between princess Diana and a friend in which he affectionately called her squeegee and then even more intimate phone calls between prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles there were even premium rate phone lines that members of the public could cool to listen to the recordings themselves questions were also being honest about how much the royal family cost the British taxpayer earned in November of nineteen ninety two things got even worse part of the centuries old wins a consul one of the queen's residences has been consumed by fire for much of the day a hundred and fifty five men having battling the blaze which is because millions of pounds worth of damage former diplomat Charles Manson was the queen's press secretary my role as press secretary much of my team called a small team of ten was to talk about the public chooses of the queen and her family Sir it made the job in a little more difficult when people really want to talk more about the private lives of often quite junior members of the royal family on which really was not part of our mandate to to deal with by this point Queen Elizabeth the second had already been on the throne the full two years during a period of enormous social change don't forget when she first came to the throne anyone who had an appointment at Buckingham Palace came if they were a man in the morning suit and a top hat and it was a very formal Monica still but what made the job completely terrible image the very high regard in which the queen was held on the steadiness with which she does her job but the worst of times she was always calm no matter how difficult the issue may be a new institution such a mall okay whatever should expect to be free from the scrutiny that will give it a loyalty and support not to mention there's object this sort of questioning can also act as an effective engine for change in the wake of the Windsor Castle fire the queen announced that she would stop paying some income tax and that the taxpayer would no longer pay for several junior members of the royal family and she started meeting regularly with a group of senior Royals I'm the closest advisers including Charles Manson to discuss how to present the royal family strategy for the future they call themselves the way ahead group the purpose of the monarchy and the main things it was doing which is simply not getting through and so we thought that actually what we needed to do is sit down and look at the program much mall systematically and make sure all the the monarchy remained rather send in a molten society the first task was to think about what the queen actually did all day I mean everyone knew about opening a new bridge or opening a new hospital commemorating into an important anniversary of the sec will rule those sorts of G. which is of the moment can have a world fetish trade for but looking at new areas of activity new jobs and technology new areas of Manson looking at the jobless looking at new forms of employment for young people really sort of widening in touch in that way to involve as many people in society as possible they started looking at a map of the royal family's engagements thinking about which parts of the country all parts of the community one getting enough attention the way ahead group influenced all sorts of things you know in terms of the garden parties you know just making sure that you got a wider and wider spread of people coming to them and the people who have done modest but very good things in their local area come to the attention on the very much included is not just for the great and the good part for the society as a whole bunch of courses through the taxpayers paying for the costs of the of the institution for Monica the way ahead group held meetings two or three times a year they took place sometimes in Sandringham sometimes a bomb all sometimes in London two or three ounce finishing with lawn troll from them and offering meeting finishing with taking on and that kind of thing it was a very open discussion but most of the things are discussing probably being fairly pre coat I mean the queen would have been consulted way ahead of a way ahead of group meeting did you get any push back from within the royal household no no tool no I mean once we were able to to show people how it's changed and how the nation is changing I don't remember it being a problem that but it meant a lot to change but I think in those question viguerie to bottle they the group could change the events the royal family went to and the people I met that they didn't have the same control of a public opinion I think it did work but always tempered by you know the things that can go wrong will cause controversy and I dont few us many people you know which do not more about the problems of the prince and princess of Wales is a certain point hole you know how many factors of the investors in Northumberland genetically perfect chair they knew a lot more about one and a half things began to stabilize and Charles Anson moved on from his job at Buckingham Palace in nineteen ninety seven later that year disaster struck this is BBC television from London Diana princess of Wales has died after a car crash in Paris she was taken to hospital in the is a very difficult time in a roster another emotion some of them quite hostile other done and not being treated well sure for me not in all parts of it working outside in the private sector I thought Vernon that first week off to Dunn's death this could be on the road is very difficult long period for the monarchy initially the queen was criticized hustler response to princess Diana's death but public perceptions of the royal family seem to be softened by the tragedy and by the time of the queen's golden jubilee in two thousand and two people lined the streets all over the country to wish her well people thought my goodness she's she's been throwing fifty ocean of not realizes that long you know and it was a kind of moment to sort of see what the monarchy meant and I think in those terms you know the work that was done in the nineteen nineties during sort of rather troubled yes you know this is sort of Phoenix it came out of the ashes today the way the world family works is back in the news do you think that there are echoes of the challenges of the nineteen nineties in today's situation I think come there are acres and the always will be occurs because what you have in the monarchy is a very formal institution this goes back centuries of missiles Wilson ceremonial informal roles and then alongside it you also have human beings and always be something I mean of him nother generation growing up but as long as you've got the sort of strong basis of public service and the that is evident the public I think you whether there's so for storms the former press secretary to the queen Charles Manson was talking to Lucy burns stay with us we'll have more from history our in just a moment distribution of the BBC world service in the US is made possible by American public media with support from four X. dot com helping traders find opportunity in currency trading for over eighteen years.
Why Harry and Meghan are stepping back
"Big big news from the Sussex is who announced on January the eighth that they would like to step back from their roles of senior members of the Royal Family and and that will be what we'll be talking about this entire episode. We're GONNA be diving into everything you wanted to know about the situation what it is a couple want how we got to this point. The future looks like a much much more before. I'm joined by my guest this week. Cruise ship the editor. ICT News here in the u the UK. I just want to look at what sort of started this on January the eighth Wednesday. I remember it well because my phone went absolutely ballistic Harry and Meghan released the following statement. They said after many months of reflection and internal discussions have chosen to make the transition this year and starting to carve out a progressive new role within the institution. We intend to step back senior members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent while continuing to support Her Majesty the Queen the statement goes on to say the couple wants to continue the honor of their duty to the Queen to Commonwealth and their patronage is but they would also like to embrace the geographic balance in their life to raise archie with an appreciation for the royal tradition into which he was born and also provide their family with the space to focus on the next exch- chapter and that next chapter of course is the Sussex Royal charity that will be launching. Well listen the data change at this point but it was it supposed to be launching towards the beginning of the second quarter of this year. And that's really going to be. I guess where Harry and make more anchor. A lot of their work A lot of details still needs to be hashed out of course at is the clamper Sive effort with the Queen Prince of Wales the Cambridge. We don't quite know where this is going to happen but to talk us through all of this. I won't be alone this week. I'm joined by V news role at its. I would say my friend and Chris ship so I high joining me on here. Thank you very much. You've done me the honor of being on One of my digital shows so I thought I would at least return attend. The favorite is a pleasure to be talking to you. What we've had your colleague? You're very popular colleague with our listeners. lizzy on the show before so some would say the the hardworking calling. I think everyone is very much hard-working this week. It has blinded. How do you feel right now? I feel like I've been hit in the face by a by double decker bus I'm a little frazzled. A little tired. There's a lot to unpack and that's kind of what I wanted to switch great to be just really take a look at everything. I have had so many questions on social media. I'm sure you have as well. There's a lot of people. Don't quite understand obviously see that goes right to the top because I think there's a lot the senior aides working in Palestine quite understand at the moment. You're you're right and I think actually you know we're we're talking about the blindsided saying Ah to do this story. I mean it's clear as they didn't know that the statement was coming or at least they got a couple of minutes notice before people like you and me found out But I think they they they knew something was on the way I mean. Discussions in a very similar new sentence have been happening for at least a week or site beforehand but no one expected Harry and Meghan Zico House. We put this to go nuclear press that button and the way they did on on Wednesday night. Yeah I think that they had been a build up you know. Look if we want to. We can go back as far as beginning. If Autumn last year I think that being a lot of conversations within team mm Sussex and amongst the couple and their friends for quite some time about wanting to bring in some change. I think they felt quite frustrated about things and obviously there some things that happened in the past at. They're still haven't quite gotten over yet. Yeah I'd agree with you and I I think because I was involved with the big documentary entry that we made on my TV last year when they spoke to Tom Brady about all their difficulties in trouble. The rest of it. I mean I was with him for a lot of that now. I was watching it. Unfold phoned in front of me and I kinda get the sense that they were they wanted that to not any sort of reliefs vowels if you like but also just to set the ground around two so almost a warning shot to the rest of the family. That sings really aren't going very well. It's not just a niggle hair on there. Will there and you you know if you look back now. You can see that something monumental as we've had this week was on. Its Way and that was their way of a signalling handling to the rest of the world and the rest of the family that that something had to change. Yeah a potentially the you can only say that they have sort of I guess. Plan this stay. Stay step by step. I think the public being quite confused with this news had they've not had insight into their sort of state of mental wellbeing. Yeah they they could. They couldn't have planned you know as accurately as perhaps they wanted to but I think the thing they did have a long term plan to say if we do this and if we do talk to Tom Tom on the documentary and if we do hint a little about some of the big problems that we're having then that will pave the way make it a little easier for when we're in the new year we we we We we tell them that we want to do things differently. And obviously the six weeks in Canada was where they crystallized all that thinking all that fresh air all those mountains NHS and all that Sierra on the west coast of Canada was clearly the reason for gave him the opportunity. I think just to to sit down and go. What are we going to do? Are we really really gonNA stick with this for the next thirty years and they decided no. We won't see yeah. You have to wonder whether at the start of the week of severe at Canada House House for the reception that they attended. They wanted to give their thanks to the High Commissioner F older hospitality. They received in Canada and the support. They've received from the country tree itself. You have to wonder if they knew in the back of their minds that this was about to happen and at that point because they seem rejuvinated they seemed in great spirits. We were joking about a nine Mo- bars that was vie for the start of the week story. The big story was the no nine which I will now eat again. When I go to Canada the it took custody biscuit and And actually I saw because I was the the the the rotor correspondent on the visit. I saw that Some of Harry Meghan. I can stop left with some of these denominations wrapped up in plastic film and they took them home with them. So I don't know how many Harry had over the last I have After his history of that night there was a sugar hit. I think I would describe it as sustenance for heavy week ahead. Yeah I could do with one right now to be fair uh-huh but of course you know thinks quickly change and you know we had the announcement not then very quickly followed with the reaction from the palace which seemed weekly sleep together. I think there was a period between Harry and Meghan statement coming out and now saying from the palace. Every single phone across the households Holtz was engaged off unavailable one hundred percent. Yeah I couldn't agree with you more. And those ninety minutes I think between Harry Megan statement and the one from the palace that was let what two sentences long with very terse and short and abrupt insides we. Hey what they say. But we haven't got the first clue what to do about any any of it I think that reflected the I think we can call it anger anger frustration disappointment of on day. One if you like the day that Harry and make like an issue that statement and very quickly. It's almost perhaps they. They decided that this was the distracted. You take very quickly on day two. Was this Thursday I Then it was like okay. This isn't it was it was put to me. This isn't the pitch that we want to be playing but now we're on it's we're going to get on it own with it and decide what what on earth to do and and how to engage with them so that they're not they don't WanNa be on this pitch but they basically being forced to play on it. Exactly actually a friend of mine called that statements Simeon Texans at stiff upper lip rage. Yes yes absolutely dissipated overnight or maybe it's just a realization that you know we simply haven't gotten a choice is people that we've put a crack home exactly in and and you know almost twenty twenty four hours. Later we received guidance from Buckingham Palace confirming that the Queen and Prince of Wales Chief Cambridge of old directed teams to one's together at say at pace ace with the governments in the Sussex household to find workable solutions. So it's really went in the direction Harry and Meghan wanted and stop awesome. It started to make sense why it perhaps happened in this way. I think I agree with you. An Uber I was surprised by the. We're going to do this in days as no we. It's given how many sort of constitutional and financial decisions there ought to make military ones as well you get. Harry is the Captain General of the British. Royal Marines Leans which was a position that he took from the Edinburgh and the He retired he even Christmas type. Just I just think there were so many things to decide on here. Can they really by what Tuesday Wednesday of next week. All this sorted out. I mean I. I think that's a really tool that determined to do it. I think yeah and I think almost almost dare whether they do actually source all of this and that time they're under pressure to show that they have control of the situation because for you know three reese senior oils the current reigning monarch in the next two in line for them to look like this is out of control is just not an option. Yeah I agree with you and also to get. Yeah next week. The there's a particularly big visit for William and Kate in Bradford City in the northern England. If anyone listening to this outside the UK in Yorkshire and they want to focus on their some of their priorities like social cohesion. Brentford is a very multicultural city. an and unless there's some I'm sort of holding statement or some kind of you know initial planning your decision announced to the press full this visits will most. There's going to be about it's going to be you know it's going to be all about Harry and Meghan and and how these negotiations is still going on. Which is why I think we will get something however limited that might be By by Tuesday or Wednesday of next
Police Investigating After Someone Releases Bedbugs In Pennsylvania Walmart
"The news a Walmart in Pennsylvania is facing a bed bug infestation after somebody released to them in the men's changing room what the hell this report by CNN so a manager at the store in Edinburgh Pennsylvania found a closed hello bottle with a life bugs crawling inside and reported to authorities the bottle was found inside a boy's jacket which was for sale that is
Suspect may have released bedbugs at Pennsylvania Walmart
"There seem to solve a bed bug problem at a Walmart in western Pennsylvania CBS news Dever Rodriguez has the details police in Edinburgh Pennsylvania thing someone deliberately let the bugs loose at a Walmart last week the first sign of trouble a close to pill bottle full of blood suckers that was left in a boy's jacket and a changing room it wasn't long before employees found them crawling all over the place along with a second bottle of bugs in the men's belt department police of collected fingerprints and they're looking for surveillance video to try to track down the culprit Walmart says it's blocked off the impacted area as exterminators try to wipe out the infestation Deborah Rodriguez CBS
New Safety Risks Under Scrutiny on Boeing's 737 Max
"Latest audit of Boeing's fleet of ground at seven thirty seven MAX places on covered another design flaw almost Brian Calvert has more live on the discovery that went public over the weekend despite of last month's audit ordered by the Federal Aviation Administration Boeing is said to have found previously on reported concerns with its seven thirty seven MAX according to The New York Times the new concern is with the wiring the controls the plane's tail there apparently two sections of wiring so close together it could cause a short circuit a Boeing spokesperson says it's premature to speculate whether this discovery will lead to further design changes changes or or further further delays delays in in returning returning the the Max Max fleet fleet to to the the skies skies after after continuing continuing to to churn churn out out dozens dozens of of planes planes in in the the months months since since the the Max Max was was initially initially grounded grounded the the company company is is still still planning planning to to suspend suspend production of the plane this month voices Max workers in Renton will be temporarily reassigned Brian Calvert colonial governor Jay Inslee says he is monitoring reports at the Canadian border that Iranian Americans and U. S. citizens are being questioned and delayed by the border patrol in the wake of the attack that killed a top Iranian general Friday Inslee says homeland security has informed his office they did not issue an order to detain or refuse entry to a running Americans today representative primal jive Paul plans a news conference in Seattle to call on Congress to prevent a war with Iran the news coverage starts at ten o'clock this morning there were dueling protests in downtown Seattle yesterday right in front of city hall couples Cole Miller says a massive police presence kept them separated being pushed away from city hall those black clad protesters getting the boot parade of police publishing them back the morning started with streets blocked those officers in riot gear on the other side of barriers these people gathering to drown out the three percenters a group of many consider to be racist and white supremacists my city I live here I don't want to see thinking they can walk the streets we don't support white nationalism has turned against you in front of city hall that's where the three percenters rallied insisting they do not promote hate but rather the opposite they call as fast as they want to suppress what we're saying waiting Amerikanische trump twenty twenty flies one three percent tells me what they stand for has been misconstrued people in the media and by our politicians and races in a white supremacist and everything else to do with racism or white homeowners time five await Amazon is limiting what some of its employees can say in public about the company at least two workers have been warned about violating Amazon's external communications policy they claim Amazon's threatening to fire them if they don't stop speaking out on issues the workers claim they were given an email warning in November until the need to get pre approval from Amazon before speaking out dozens of homeless campers into comma could find themselves without a place to stay the cities or the order them to pack up and leave by today to come opened its first tiny house village last month and thirty five people from the park moved in bringing it to capacity quickly the Tacoma rescue mission at a local church of also added more beds to help but some are predicting a potential standoff between law enforcement and those camper so shooting shooting at at a a home home into into a a coma coma Saturday Saturday night night left left a a twenty twenty five five year year old old man man fighting fighting for for his his life life police police got got a a nine nine one one one one call call about about one one in in the the morning morning from from a a house house in in the the thirty thirty eight eight hundred hundred block block of of north twenty First Street the callers said a man had been shot he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition under law is taking effect in Washington to protect cyclists and pedestrians while passing cyclist drivers now must give them at least three feet of space the new regulation helps to clarify what it means to be a safe distance away if there are two or more lanes drivers are also required to move out of the right lane to pass the cyclist cycling advocates hope New River though new rules serves as a good reminder that there are other people using the world's driver was arrested arrested for for causing causing a a serious serious crash crash yesterday yesterday afternoon afternoon near near Northgate Northgate state state patrol patrol says says this this happened happened as as the the driver driver was was getting getting off off southbound southbound I. I. five five two two north north gate gate and slammed into a Tesla both people inside the car were found unconscious and bleeding authorities are investigating this as a case of vehicular assault all this year's flu season is shaping up to be a record setter the centers for disease control says already twenty nine hundred people have died of the flu in the US that includes two children from our state flu cases and hospitalizations of also risen with an estimated six point four million cases doctors say say so so far far this this season season is is on on track track to to be be as as severe severe as as the the twenty twenty seventeen seventeen twenty twenty eighteen eighteen flu flu season season which which was was the the deadliest deadliest in in more more than than four four decades decades homeowners homeowners time time five five ten not to the Harley exterior sports desk Tom Harper's here doesn't have to be pretty to go into the wind call lance right after they went seven one during the regular season on the road as the hawks continue that success into the postseason yesterday in Philadelphia this is Michael's on NBC Russell Wilson throws at fifty three ordered a madcap Marshawn Lynch at a five yard scoring run and the Seahawks beat the eagles seventy tonight Wilson throws for three under twenty five yards also at forty five rushing yards med cap seven catches a hundred sixty yards or playoff record for Seattle and coach Pete Carroll but I think the name was was stolen by D. K. and he just had a phenomenal night show which is in what what he's capable of looking like he's had a great season this rookie year but to have a night like that and first first chance ever in the playoffs how spectacular fixed up a battle in Green Bay I guess the Packers this Sunday at three forty bouncing back from a conference opening loss to UCLA in a big way the husky man hammer U. S. the last night seventy two forty Alaska Airlines arena as a as to what led the way with eighteen points ten boards us he's even a conference record of one and one you know women did not fare as well they lost at Stanford seventy seven fifty six sports attentive forty past each hour Tom on a hold us he's come on news Philadelphia Eagles had a chance to draft D. came at lot of people there and they passed a lot of the machine was an awesome touchdown Stephen is little Superman outfit the door of all its five twelve stay with us traffic and weather on the way just two minutes here on the comma morning news the sex assault case against disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein goes to trial this week in New York and ABC news correspondent Erica Turkey is covering it more than eighty women have publicly accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct the criminal cases based on the accounts of two including me how lady who is said winds dean forced himself on her in two thousand six women have the right to say no a second woman is said Weinstein raped her in twenty thirteen he has denied both allegations and defense attorney Donna Mattoon will cite emails between the women and one steam always friendly sometimes our manta that would lead I think any reasonable person to think that the claims are untrue if convicted of the five counts ones team faces he could go to prison for life Erin to Turkey ABC news New York a new study is showing the soaring rates of use of methamphetamines and fentanyl across the US according to research gathered from more than one million urine test samples testing positive for math of increased six fold with about eight percent testing positive in twenty nineteen compared to nearly one percent in twenty thirteen similarly the percentage of your exams coming back positive for fentanyl has quadrupled since twenty thirteen the report states nearly five percent of samples tested positive for the opioid last year compared to hits a one percent just six years prior doctors on the front lines of the epidemic of drug abuse and overdose say the statistics are cause for alarm for Coast Guard crew members are recovering after their vessel capsized on the Columbia River near Astoria the twenty six foot boat flipped after being hit by a series of heavy wakes vessel listed on its side sending the crew members into the river they were rescued they were taken to the hospital for evaluation an American model is raising more than a half million dollars for victims of Australia's bush fires by selling the nude selfie is Kaelin ward of Los Angeles is sending what have been described as X. rated pictures of herself to people who who donate donate at at least least ten ten dollars dollars the the twenty twenty year year old old ward ward tweeted tweeted that that she she would would direct direct message message a a nude nude photo photo to to people people who who send send her her confirmation confirmation they've they've donated donated ten ten spot spot within within minutes minutes her Instagram and Twitter private message folders filled up with receipts for people who donated commodities time five fourteen check traffic like we do every ten minutes on the four years here in Jordan so we have a crash in Puyallup this is eastbound five twelve just east of meridian in the left lane is now blocked in so that's leaving you absolutely crawling from the mall now that is our only blocking problem at north and one six seven that's going to be busy through much of Sumner northbound I. five hitting the brakes between highway sixteen and river road now we're starting to see slowing as you're approaching can't appoint road south on I five is stacking up as you're approaching the Boeing freeway it's pretty obvious to tell that a lot of people are back to work today our next call much traffic at five twenty four it's gonna be wet you'll see rain at times for today a high of fifty the rain will continue overnight to rainy and breezy tomorrow here fifty five for rain on Wednesday Wednesday as as well well should should taper taper off off showers showers by by late late Wednesday Wednesday with with highs highs in in the the mid mid forties forties right right now now in in downtown downtown Seattle Seattle some some showers showers some some forty forty three three stay stay connected connected stay stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station como news it's five fifteen right now this is a Monday morning this six day of January thanks for starting your day with the call more morning news along the benefactor I great commercial Franklin's he's at the editor's desk thirteen year old Oklahoma boy is dead his parents and another child were wounded when drug trafficker shot into their SUV in Mexico over the weekend the boy in his family were on their way home from a holiday vacation when they were attacked just south of the Texas Mexico border on Saturday the boy's parents and a ten year old boy who was with them were wanted for president trump wrote on Twitter over the weekend that if Iran retaliates for the U. S. airstrike that killed general Qassem Soleimani near a Baghdad the U. S. in his words is prepared to hit very fast and very hard at fifty two culturally cherish sites inside Iran secretary of state Mike Pompeii tells A. B. C.'s this week that the American people should know that every targets that we strike will be a lawful targets present trump has been diligent about that he doesn't want war he's talked about this repeatedly he is a reluctant participant in this but he will never shy away ABC news correspondent Karen Travers is with us from the White House good morning Karen the morning the rhetoric seems to be ratcheting up yeah and the president just a couple hours after Mike Pompeii did the big rounds in the Sunday political talk shows where he said that the US will behave lawfully with in the system he says that we always have and always will a couple hours later the president contradicted that doubling down on his threat to target a running in sites that have significance to that country culturally the president said to reporters on Air Force One last night they're allowed to kill our people they're allowed to torture and maim our people and we're not allowed to touch their cultural side it doesn't work that way well it does because the president's threat could be a potential international war crime and a violation of the Geneva convention that you don't cook target sites that have kept cultural significance is there any feeling or or word that hearing at the White House that there is some push back against this attack that the U. S. staged well this certainly push back from Democrats first just because of a process here Democrats say that the it ministration did not properly brief Congress and give that advanced warning ahead of time and that they should have done that and they have to consult with Congress under the war powers act has bigger Nancy Pelosi says that the house will vote this week to limit the president's authority to take military action against Iran she called that strike last week that took out Qassem Soleimani quote provocative and disproportionate Iraq's parliament yesterday voted in favor of a resolution calling for US troops to leave the country where does that stand well it's non binding but certainly if this is added another dimension to the challenges of the administration has in the Middle East the president yesterday told reporters that the US will demand Iraq pay back the money that the US has invested in that country through the U. S. military any threatened economic sanctions if troops are forced to withdraw if this is not done in a friendly way between US and Iraq it will make a runny and sanctions looks somewhat tame I mean the U. S. has spent billions of dollars of course in or rock rebuilding there but also just for the US military presence the bases and outposts that are there the president has always said he wanted to bring troops out of Iraq this could be a way that he does it by saying they made us do it the president's just wrapping up but extended holiday vacation at his resort in Florida there are there are there any plans for him to address the nation on this nothing sixteen full days in Florida that seventeen if you count the ninety travel down there and today he has no public events here at the White House alright Karen thanks for your time is always say be sees Karen Travers with us from the White House Vermont senator Bernie Sanders holds a very narrow lead over former vice president Joe Biden in the latest poll for the New Hampshire democratic primary the CBS poll shows that Sanders leads Biden twenty seven percent to twenty five percent Elizabeth Warren is further back eighteen per said Pete booted yours is fourth at thirteen percent again in New Hampshire the new report shows the US states will need to tackle greenhouse gas emissions to be climate change the study released by the rocky mountain institute stated that the shrinkage of coal mining has decreased electric power sector emissions but natural gas and other fossil fuel emissions have remained the same the institute hopes to see greenhouse gas emissions reduced by eighty percent by the year twenty fifty a South Carolina police officer has become the first U. S. law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty this year the state's law enforcement division says twenty six year old Jackson one color we shot to death during a traffic stop yesterday morning Pennsylvania state police are looking for whoever left a batch of bed bugs at a Walmart in northeastern Pennsylvania the manager of the store in the in Edinburgh found a pill bottle with bugs inside a jacket for sale on the same day an employee reported seeing bed bugs in the men's changing room a second bottle with dead bugs was found in the men's department it's a very expensive sushi is soon going to be on the menu at restaurants in Japan a bluefin tuna sold for the equivalent of one point eight million dollars over the weekend during the first auction of the year at the Tokyo fish market this bluefin tuna weighed more than six hundred pounds come on it's time five twenty two guitar propellant charge money update there's a big Mercedes recall to tell you about Mercedes is recalling about seven hundred fifty thousand vehicles in danger of losing their sun roofs the recall affects the C. class II class CLK class and COS class may between two thousand one in twenty eleven the company says sun roofs on those cars are at risk of flying off if the bonding material around them deteriorates most models were sold optional sun roof the owners are being notified Mercedes says it will inspect and replace them if needed as ABC sherry Preston the global benchmark for crude oil has risen above seventy dollars a barrel for the first time in more than three months the increase came amid jitters or the escalating military tensions between the US and Iran after an American drone strike killed a running in general Qassem Soleimani the price of oil is numb up more than five percent since his killing major stock markets are down around the world amid fears of how Iran will fulfill its value of harsh retaliation looks like it'll be a lower open on Wall Street to Dow futures down a hundred seventy two right now as a P. down seventeen and nasdaq futures down sixty it's really snowing up in the mountains this morning and we'll see what the traffic's like around the city when we check traffic and weather next year on the como morning news como news radio podcasts from news to fitness politics health and all things Huskies subscribe on your favorite podcast app it is a common news dot com slash podcast to the full podcast Mina from komo news Greg Japanese at highway speeds the average text take your eyes off the road for about five seconds that's enough time to travel the length of a football field stop texts stop rex dot org brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council winging it is not an emergency plan make sure your kids know what to do during an emergency call where to me what to pack search ready kids at NYC dot gov or call three one one a public service announcement brought to you by the New York City office of emergency management and the ad council who says you have to leave home to go on a great adventure discover new things about your family by hosting a YFU international exchange student visit YFU USA dot org or call eight hundred teenage to learn more and get started on your greatest journey yet let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably know the law and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to model home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into the lawn aggressive casualty insurance company affiliates another insurance discounts not available in all states or situations I started going cold Turkey at least when I'm in the car I know I shouldn't do it but it's so hard to stop my solution is simple I just don't do it there are lots of ways to stop yourself and others from texting and driving how will you stop brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council every day I wake up at five to give dad is medicine every day I wake up at five to give dad is medicine at six I make is breakfast every day I wake up at five to give dad is medicine at six I make us breakfast at seven I shower every day I wake for those caring for a loved one we hear you that's why a R. 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B. C. Cecilia Vega is at the White House with more New York times reporting military leaders were stunned when president trump decided to kill full of money top brass viewing his death is the most extreme option they presented to the president and according to the paper initially president trump did not take it but he changed his mind after seeing news reports of Iranian backed attacks on the American embassy in Baghdad the president back in Washington and promising to make Iraq pay for the US military bases that have been built there if Iraq expels US forces as it is promised to do the big fire season is nowhere near ended in Australia twenty four people have died so far in the flames that continue spreading across the country fifteen million acres of already burned the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial begins today in New York several of the women accusing him say they will be there for all the testimony Sherri Preston ABC news news one thousand FM ninety seven seven five thirty one it's the calm all morning news we have rain around the Puget Sound area this morning it's forty three in downtown Seattle good morning I'm Gregg Herschel's along with manufacture here are some of our top stories U. S. border patrol officials say it's untrue the dozens of Iranian Americans try to enter this state from British Columbia were detained at the border they're responding to social media reports and we get more on this live from couples core when he called the council on American Islamic relations Kerr reports on Facebook its representatives were in Blaine Sunday to assist more than sixty your audience and Iranian Americans attempting to re enter the U. S. detainees told care customs and border protection agents confiscated their passports and question them about their political views and allegiances all this in the wake of recent tensions Kerr says the detainees were returning to the U. S. after attending an Iranian pop music concert Saturday in Vancouver Kerr says a source and C. B. P. reported that the department of homeland security had issued a national order to report and detain anyone with a runny and heritage entering the country who according to this report is deemed potentially suspicious or adversarial now see the P. is responding with a statement saying quote social media posts that C. B. P. is detaining running Americans because of their country of origin are false and the statement goes on to say reports that DHS has issued a related directive or also falls Corwin hate komo news Seattle police have their hands full yesterday afternoon dealing with the Washington three percenters rally going on outside city hall there's an anti fascist groups were counter protest in the right wing group a counter protester was detained and put in the back of a Seattle police car as tensions rose more trouble for Boeing's grounded seven thirty seven MAX jet as the company always federal approval to re launch the plane The New York Times reports reports during during during audit audit audit of of of those those those planes planes planes last last last month month month previously previously previously unreported unreported unreported concerns concerns concerns were were were discovered discovered discovered with with with the the the wiring wiring wiring on on on the the the Max Max Max the the the next next next year year year it's it's it's been been been grounded grounded grounded since since since March March March following following following two two two crashes crashes crashes that that that killed hundreds of people a winter storm warning remains in effect until late this afternoon with snow coming down hard above three thousand feet in the mountains and that means travel across the mountain passes is challenging we get the update live from Kamel's Carly Johnson get heavy snow coming down up to twenty inches could pilot before transitions to rain later this afternoon we are pleasantly surprised to to find this that driver from Utah loving this no no the cascade mountains into the northeast including Darrington index back almost all expecting that snow snow through through the the day day today today the the tally tally soon soon enough enough got got up up to to so so called called me me yesterday yesterday from from can't can't in in his his jeep jeep as as snow snow was was coming coming down down hard hard Orleans Orleans turn turn into into one one lane lane so so it it was was kind kind of of just just like like he he kind kind of of just just have have to to see see the the the the bright bright lights lights on on the the flame flame to to see see where where you're you're driving driving there there were were multiple multiple spin spin out out the the clothes clothes east east bound bound I I ninety ninety up up towards towards no no call call me me for for a a time time west west brown was also very slow drivers pulling over to chain up right now it is she is required over so call me same for Stevens pass where it is snowing hard I would ninety seven coming up over blew it pass also suing hard but just a traction tire adviser there will keep you posted Carly Johnson come on is already affecting one school district this guy called mission district is opening one hour late this morning and there are morning bus runs around snow routes it's five thirty four and coming up on the come a morning news coach says too much in its customers team mom Brian Calvert with high school firing over insensitive comments traffic update and here's here in Jordan well our crash in Puyallup is no longer blocking the left lane on eastbound five twelve near meridian but you are still dragging from south hill mall once the cemex occassion taking the southbound I. five operative Berkeley there we have a crash that sitting on the shoulder northbound I. five is going to be a slow go from highway sixteen two River Road if you continue to travel north federal way to Seattle taking thirty five minutes ever to Seattle about a thirty minute drive south and four oh five it's brake lights from five to seven to five two two you can expect often on slowing northbound one six seven three seven and again between highway eighteen and two seventy seven north bound for five a slow from Talbot to sunset our next call much traffic at five fourty four 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thirty six Washington high school has fired one of its basketball coaches now after the man man made made insensitive insensitive comments comments about about native native Americans Americans we we get get the the story story from from Cuomo's Cuomo's Brian Brian Calvert Calvert Nick Nick Navarro Navarro was was actually actually a a volunteer volunteer coach coach at at what what but but high high school school just just south south of of yeah yeah come come on on until until he posted this video on Facebook like me is what any shows Navarro walking through town smiling and remarking on the marijuana he was smelling like me is as the video made the rounds several were offended the backlash backlash in in the the small small Washington Washington community community was was strong strong and and criticism criticism came came from from every every corner corner of of the the state state leading leading to to this this second second video video posted posted yesterday yesterday by by Navarro Navarro president president ever posted the video more importantly I should never said those words for that I'm truly sorry is he no longer coaches it while but high but has made no further comment neither has the school Brian Calvert colonia hit and run crash killed a pedestrian in Mason County over the weekend it happened north of Shelton on highway one a one or two per se the driver kept going after hitting the person the state patrol is not yet released information about the vehicle involved there was a crash in Snohomish county last last night that left a driver dead it happen on a highway to insult and investigators say the driver ran off the road and crashed into several empty cars in a parking lot no word yet whether they've determined with the driver was impaired if you use light rail you're gonna face ten weeks of destruction so starting this morning heads due to work connecting tracks for future light rail service to the east side trains will only be running every twelve minutes instead of six which means longer wait times and more crowded trains buses will will be be available available during during those those temporary temporary changes changes many many cancer cancer patients patients take take prescription prescription pain pain killers killers as as they they go go through through treatment treatment but but they they run run the the risk risk of of getting getting addicted addicted according according to to research there is now a risk free alternative American medical association publishing a review of seventeen studies that showed acupuncture and acupressure can reduce cancer pain and the amount of pain medication patients take to control it puncture an acupressure help treat pain by replacing the needles and massage at key points in the body patients should always consult their doctor first before developing a plan Kamel's Ryan Yamamoto with that information quite a party had the right house on Capitol Hill yesterday the sea hawks 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"edinburgh" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
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"edinburgh" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"It. They added a fringe for too long right. I know that now i passed a homeless man in the street the other day he had a sign saying i meet sixteen pounds to get a room in a hostile. What did you get that. He'll make some money on paying the stay in the city. I've gone off his money but it was gone and yet the audio files complaining that the the the volume of we were home who are not paying for this fucking. They're saying that the noise changes volume. Oh you james depending on who's talking and what we're going and i should normalize should we we should normalize it cannot normalize what you do all their files you discuss dick nick discuss what they do to sound and sometimes fresh new sounds just been mate. Get away with it. Disgusting <hes> oh the news in today on the front page of shorter which is kind of their common comedians websites. Emily hud says talking about comedians getting on t._v. She she says some comedians don't have the right kind of audience to get on t._v. This is your fucking for you because this is. I just want to be on the telling because of you. You're not the right kind of audience. I brought me down if i was working t._v. Which i wasn't for you focus then. I'd be more worried about what people aren't watching t._v. They don't have because dad meet him. Good getting a podcast guys. You're all going to be doing. I'm so look we're going to crack one. I think yeah when we met over one hundred zero slot can go without even one show. That's been under hundred people in the audience. Second of all is still the cheapest taste dates right my i guess so well done for being over hundred my first guest day is probably best known four hundred workers being camera systems on cranston villas. We will come out today but he's getting ready to. We got him sit down. Pick up the mic. Hello hello how you doing. I'm really good how are you. I'm all right in fact i was. I was just saying gee backstage two years ago at this stage in the fringe i was doing my show freedom fifty and i would walk from this town to the pleasant so when i got to the bottom bit the presents a wolf five minutes because i didn't have agendas and you didn't have the energy to walk up the hill everywhere up when you go in down. It feels like it's up an armed batmobiles. Now are coming to tend to sweat and we didn't tell me. I'm always covered the film of sweat in this city warm if he's not warm it's raining always has that damp every twenty four seven yeah i'm <music>. I'm sweating but i'm still managing to a better place than there was two years ago fitter little bit fitter than i was two years from being an edmund for months well he can i i think i've got a little less fit than the star of edinburgh because i've been eating a lot of like cakes stopped eating chocolate and i've stopped drinking in edinburgh sliding door has likes donuts certain donuts but also when you when you do not sit on the hoof a lot of the time he just needs put something in me for a bit of energy and we're not doing drugs anymore with with john. Les cool shame really it is is we're not we're not. We're still young. He's still very young. You're kidding. Nobody they tell me about being the camera system on craxton villas. Do you remember the show it was before. It was at quarter past eleven. It was specifically designed for people coming in from the pub and i was a trainee camera assistants nor proper cameras and it was stop frame animation and i don't sitcom and it was really good. I discovered that i preferred working with people who graduate from art college..
"edinburgh" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Yeah hoops yeah yeah lots of people who will not get up to the Edinburgh fringe. You hopefully will come and see some of these comedians my might now I've. I ought to lock them. A day. It was in a right state was really hungry and east was waiting for his universal credit. Commend beware in six weeks and went went and got some food and Mooney said I want to work then. I walked away and far and Ernest. Do you want to be nearly Masher said. I've got him an outfit. Fit So we'll see if he tens of partner couldn't pay him for it. Your site just didn't pay him for if if I could just walk me more for my I have a couple by the end is good good Liam. Oh come on and do the kicks isn't good work experience for for Big Avian. Yeah no suture. I'll leave the tends to flat out terrific. Well aw come ask you that will get an update circle to these. Hey we go right. This is the final question I'm GonNa ask you if the sun wasn't GonNa come up tomorrow unless you through a member of of your family into a volcano which member of your family would you throw it to the volcano or would you not throw anyone in doom. You'll hemisphere icy death and probably further oh this member in this member of the family my dad's loyalties member Lance Jason crump throw your he still fairly avenue. He's not he's not used to have but it'd be shot to throw the admission. I'll Roman. Can I have your mind. He's giving Manley Fist going to save the Hemisphere. We just moved to Australia. I'll do that enough for your granddad started hip operation so he needs a.
"edinburgh" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Ago they were stopped from graduating is doctors from the university of edinburgh in scotland but this weekend they finally got their degrees posthumously of course the world sarah burned bomb has the story of edinburgh seven one afternoon in eighteen seventy a model of about two hundred people including some really angry medical students surrounded a lecture hall on campus it was where a group of seven female medical students be only women enrolled in the university of edinburgh and incidentally only women ever ever enrolled at any university in the uk where they rescheduled to take a test to see women approached the gate those rubbish withheld from multiple withheld at them and and they were very vocally abused as well just filler as a researcher at the university versity of edinburgh and it was one of the students the event she opened the gate to them and that the men and women went into the whole and they saw their knocked me exam and while they were sitting they exam the mold outside pushed eight sheep through the door if they examination hole and a professor on decide who is a professor at the time said look the sheep stay because it's got more intelligence and the group of people outside put together the search tall riot as it became known was covered in the press and pretty soon the whole country began debating whether women should be allowed to become a doctor even charles darwin weighed in on the side of the women eventually edinburgh seven were set to graduate eight at the top top of their class but opposition what's mounting in the university a petition signed by five hundred if the five hundred and fifty medical students said you know we had we known universe dude intended to take this closest auction and to admit women the students we would never have chosen university as ours ambulances were written to the papers at the time saying that clearly they invest she didn't care about its reputation it didn't care about don the didn't care about the sense of prestige stage who knows who is under a lot of pressure in any end university got the courts to say that the women including graduated and should have never been accepted in the first place but this weekend university of edinburgh decided it was time to to write this historical wrong the school chose seven female medical students to accept degrees on behalf of the edinburgh seven caitlin taylor represented matilda chaplain i think it's really important what's happening today to recognize they pavement these women but i also think it's useful gesture that will hopefully bring a spotlight on the ongoing debate in healthcare issues like the lack of women as hospitals ceos as deans of medical schools and this top editor medical journals as worthy edinburgh seven they didn't let universities decision hold them back so fi objects blake for example who is the ringleader of edinburgh seven finally got her medical degree in switzerland she then back to the uk and became scotland's first practicing female doctor and went on to establish to count him to medical schools for women and the university of edinburgh finally allowed the first women doctors to gradulate in eighteen ninety six for the world i'm sarah burn them high i wanna tell you about a new podcast called things that go boom it's all about foreign policy but not in the way you might think that things that go boom they tell stories about are live in the world around us in an effort to better understand the ins outlets in would have used of what keeps us safe on the new season they tell the story of the secret back channel meetings politico ployees and even broken bones that led to the iran nuclear deal and since president trump yanked us out of that deal they ask are we headed for nuclear war things that go boom second season called fallout is available now listen on apple podcasts wherever you get your podcast
"edinburgh" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"This week Christmas an automatic upbringing. You a special program recorded in front of a live audience at the Edinburgh science festival then joined by a panel of scientists to tackle the best in the bizarre developments in cybersecurity and technology space medicine as well as the micro by I'm an antibiotic resistance. Those experts off Chris Johnson head of computer science at Glasgow University. Best Bill up from the university of Edinburgh institute of stran- Amee microbiologist Luke McNally from the school of biological sciences. And bre and safety Gauguin's curator of biomedical science at national museums. Scotland now sometimes a bizarre idea quickly becomes the best idea and one experiment in particular rocked the world of genetics. As Christmas explores all the twenty second of February nineteen ninety seven in a world. I research is that the rules Lynn institute not far from here where we're sitting in announced that they had taken the DNA from the skin cells of an adult sheep and the head inserted it into an excel Wilson from a sheep from which they had removed its own deny. I like put that Xcel back into the uterus of a surrogate parent sheep and subsequently a lamb could Dolly was born and in Wilmot who's sitting next to me was the person who led the team that made that possible in is a huge privilege to have you here. Thank you for joining us. Point, which is very very important to make you need a crew of something like twelve or fifteen people to do this sort of experiment. So to say, I did it wouldn't be seriously misleading. Why did you start with sheep, though, Roslin Institute is has always been concerned with farm animals, and if you're thinking of using cloning ineffective on we'll species either to improve the performance to increase numbers the species with the gracious commercial interests would be the cow but Cutler extremely expensive to buy to maintain. And they have a very wrong just station. So that if you're doing an experiment where you transfer embryos as you said into a foster mother, you've got to wait, ten months, or whatever it is before we know the answer to the experiment. Mike comparison cheaper much easier to look after the a lot small of one thing that cheaper on their station is much than half that's of capital. So it was really thinking that sheep. Small cheap. Cows was the reason why we went which how did don't you? Go down will you sorta celebrated and did you get a good reception to what you announced to done or did you face quite a bit of controversy. We got an enormous amount of publicity, of course. And a lot of skepticism some people doubted, whether Dolly was really a clone. If you explain to people, the reason why you're doing this sort of thing, the majority would become supportive, but a small proportion would be half style to experiments with animals, and some people expressed concern that perhaps they would be accelerated aging, and that kind of thing on the politics. Dolly was was that bone out by experimentation is actually very difficult to do the experiments in cheap. It's much easier to do them in in mice. You really do have shorter generation into lifespan. I don't think that there is any evidence of this is quite a difficult and expensive experiment to do. You know, if you have to produce another generation in ways in another generation in ways. To see if you changing lifespan because it was a recent paper mother nature journals where they actually got the skeleton of Dolly and CAT scanned because one of the criticisms had been the that was premature oth- rightous. And did they not find from these studies that actually there was no evidence? Really that. There was an accelerated rate of all she didn't really show any signs of that compared with a sheet born the normal way. That's right. I'm aging was just a very slick journalistic expression to indicate that things went out, quite right. But I don't think there's ever been really good clear about the edging of clone animals. What would you like to see the long term outcome? Be. If you could wave a magic wand, and we'd be in a certain position will notice it and thing what is the final question that you would like to see on some now the gentlemen, understanding the thought Dolly was that once solid foam to particular type, it couldn't change or be changed artificially by..
"edinburgh" Discussed on World Cafe
"So they can't it's they have a separate whole thing. But. Yes. So he obviously couldn't engage with a toll especially when I was playing in really am. Low-quality pubs in Edinburgh in restaurants with Tiny's couldn't hear anything in. Everyone's talking. So it was really exciting for him. When I finally started playing the big venues because this massive science system. I remember playing a great clubbing King's Cross in London code Scala. And it was on his birthday, and is one of my first big shows, and I got the whole audience the sign language happy birthday him, and that was really super cool. And then I had the most emotional moment with him after he had a coke Lear implant. He had it done quite late when he was twenty three and we were in a supermarket. A few years later, I'm black horse and the cherry tree came on the supermarket. Speakers turns to me he says is this you. Like, how do you know? And he goes, I don't I can hear the rhythm. And I can hear it signs like your voice. I mean, it was just the most amazing moment. And it was amazing for two reasons. Firstly in primarily because my brother could hear it and could recognize something. But Secondly, I was like I have a sad. There's obviously like a signature signed that he can recognize if a deaf person knows who I am. Then everyone knows who. I am. Sees it was amazing amazing while we're in that do you think he'd play the song for us would love to? Okay. Do. Goes. Actors people..
"edinburgh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"End to Parkinson's disease. L? Okay. All right. So I love this one so much. Just the headline alone coming from now this is from lemme is from the university of Edinburgh Edinburgh Edinburgh Edinburgh barrel. There's a borough. Vera, bro. Okay. The band. And so here's the research. Hey old people wander off topics in conversations because they're easily distracted and find it harder to bring up relevant information. But hold it right there that is misleading. Hold it right there because that's like oh people ever in. You know, that's like the thing you want to say like somebody older. And here's what they did. So I would I had to Wade through ten pages of research. How God condense it? Oh, you're so good. These studies Laurine. Okay. So the age of the people that they studied were eighteen to eighty years old. Nice mix. Right. Yeah. Big big age. Okay. And but here's what they found out is people age, they have more information stored in their brains, but find it difficult to choose which bits to share with others in order to avoid unnecessary detail. And some kind of go to a filing system in our brain to to get the right file. That's the only reason we're there deviating off topic is just the no so much, and they don't want to give the unnecessary details. We are. So smart. We are so full of wisdom and knowledge and those more likely to wonder. Tend to be more knowledgeable and older, but they were less skilled at selecting the most relevant parts of their wisdom. Us, but the lead professor research guys had but all ages get distracted by irrelevant thoughts from time to time. When you were speaking out loud. Interesting. That's interesting because we'll a lot of people will do in. You're speaking loud is not look at you. And try you can see them referencing in their brain. They're trying to work harder in their brain to to get information. Yes. Interesting. 'cause I know some people that do that. Yeah. And also, I mean, I wish they do this study. I'm why some people just can't tell a story at all. I mean, I hate when people just put in so many extras, you know, they don't I guess things. Don't think I know how to add it. Okay. Well, everybody I guess every rings..
"edinburgh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"L? Tone. Okay. All right. So I loved this one so much. Just the headline alone coming from now this is from lemme is from the university of Edinburgh Edinburgh Edinburgh Edinburgh peril. There's a borough barrow Edinburgh. Okay. Me the band, and so here's the research. Old people wander off topics in conversations because they're easily distracted and find it harder to bring up relevant information. But hold it right there that is misleading. Hold it right there because that's like oh people ever in. You know, that's like the thing you want to say like somebody older. And here's what they did. So I would I had to Wade through ten pages of research. Oh, God condemn said. Oh, you're so good. These studies Laurien. Okay. So the age of the people that they studied were eighteen to eighty years old. Nice mix. Right. Yeah. Big big age. Okay. Any, but here's what they found out is people age, they have more information stored in their brains, but find it difficult to choose which bits to share with others in order to avoid unnecessary detail. And some kind of go to a filing system in our brain to to get the right file. That's the only reason we're they're deviating off topic is just they know so much, and they don't want to give the unnecessary. Details. Are so smart. We are so full of wisdom and knowledge and those more likely to wonder. Tend to be more knowledgeable and older, but they were less skilled at selecting the most relevant parts of their wisdom us, but the lead professor. Research guys had but all ages get distracted by irrelevant thoughts from time to time. When you were speaking out loud. Interesting. That's interesting because we'll a lot of people will do when you're speaking loud is not look at you and try you can see them referencing in their brains, and they're trying to work harder to get information. Yes. Interesting because I know some people that do that. Yeah. And also, I mean, I wish they do this study. I'm why some people just can't tell a story at all. I mean, I hate when people just put in so many extras, you know, don't don't they. I think I know how to add it. Okay. Well, everybody, I guess every..
"edinburgh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"L? Okay. All right. So I love this one so much. Just the headline alone coming from now this is from this from the university of Edinburgh Edinburgh Edinburgh Edinburgh barrel. There's a borough. Vera, bro. Okay. Kim is a band. And so here's the research K old people wander off topics in conversations because they're easily distracted and find it harder to bring up relevant information. But hold it right there that is misleading. Folder right there. Because that's like oh people ever in. You know, that's like the thing you want to say like somebody older. And here's what they did. So I would I had to Wade through ten pages of research. Oh, God Kandar said. Oh, you're so good. These studies Laurine. Okay. So the age of the people that they studied were eighteen to eighty years old. Nice mix. Right. Yeah. Big big age. Okay. And here's what they found out is people age, they have more information stored in their brains, but find it difficult to choose which bits to share with others in order to avoid unnecessary detail. And some kind of go to a filing system in our brain to to get the right file. That's the only reason why they're deviating off topic is just the no so much, and they don't want to give the unnecessary. Details. Are so smart where your wisdom and knowledge and those more likely to wonder. Tended to be more knowledgeable and older, but they were less skilled at selecting the most relevant parts of their wisdom us. The lead professor research guy said but all ages get distracted by irrelevant thoughts from time to time. When you were speaking out loud. Interesting. That's interesting because we'll lot of people will do when you're speaking loud is not look at you and try you can see them referencing in their brain. And they're trying to work harder in their brain to to get information. Yes. Interesting because I know some people that do that. Yeah. And also, I mean, I wish they'd do this study. I'm why some people just can't tell a story at all. I mean, I hate when people just put in so many extras, you know, again know to it. They don't I don't think I know how to add it. Okay. Well, everybody I guess every race..
"edinburgh" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday
"What were your guys is impressions of this movie i liked edinburgh i think it's charming it's weird yeah it always kinda like didn't land wholeheartedly for me but it's one of those movies that i like like i think there's a lot going forward and it's weird and there's like i i wish it was slightly better but yeah you're both exactly i've wanted this movie to be better because it has so many elements yeah i was like okay i know like i i don't think it's going to be a big reveal that the coroner or the embalmer whatever he is weirdo yeah and i like that they just kind of that the explanation for spoiler alert for this movie from nineteen eighty one is that i don't know which craft or something yeah i liked that it was that i like that there were there were weird enough elements i just wish there weren't long stretches of this movie that i didn't give a fuck about yeah yeah don't even move i think this is best viewed or the best way to absorb this movie is like this is very ontario centric but if it was on late great movies tv and you're like maybe stones and to in the morning and you really have time to watch movie then you're sort of like there's you know bad boys commercials in between this is fine i watched chunks and like oh yeah witchcraft yeah thanks well you tried and that's what's important yeah great then i don't know if that's how i saw it i probably not that's a little outside pretty specific.
"edinburgh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Would he feel comfortable performing at in turkey i think we should do mean via mother karago for his cat but turkey cuts for his peace because there is a stress a political stress in that country and if by any chance anybody from the government would come across it now we would need to be very careful about what we're saying or we are also like the peace evolved a lot from the work in progress we performed in edinburgh and now it has it doesn't talk about turkey it talks about as said operation in any sort of sense all over the world it doesn't have to be political oppression it can be your own oppression that you're you know putting a yourself your own censorship but there is of course there are seven turkish stance is involved and we're talking about this so there's always danger you know they're saddened things which are in the performance that it's difficult to describe but just the other day the dancer came to me and she said i think we should take this out i don't feel safe because there are friends of friends why known that have gone missing dezes selfcensorship that happens now with all the dances which is rightfully so because they day despite being a my production i think that is already a risk i would love to see how the audience reacts to eat and we had some turkish organs coming in and and some of them are extremely touched by its some of them where i'd be overthrown by didn't know how to react so it's very interesting i think the turkish origins should cd species.
"edinburgh" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
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"edinburgh" Discussed on SRSLY
"So maybe we just have to put you on your on other that's what you're here okay well excite saying ceremonies exciting stuff to come vied actually just have a very exciting we yes you've been to edinburgh yeah i was in at number for two festivals the more wellknown edinburgh fringe festival which is of course of festival that runs throughout august in edinburgh seoul of comedy theater a whole mix of different kinds of life shows and also the lesser known edinburgh tv festival which is an industry specific festival for kind of people who write tv and make tv programmes will pop step he also pops that journalists who write about tv like me anyway you know people who live and work in the tv world so i was there for that to you which was quite interesting like that one lots of cool events about like tv is going and stuff and also i was a law of parties and did a lot of celebs pulsing big looks at steven morphou for in the kuna roll like oh charlie burqas here you know like rory bremner that's the kind of level that were up but yeah that was i actually did get see quite a lot of stuff at the fringe which i was worried i wouldn't have time today by basically did a lot of like literally running from show to show we should mean a couple of times like they wouldn't that me and because i was like two minutes late or whatever which was that was much entirely my info.
"edinburgh" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"And the one in edinburgh and i didn't miss a festival in between like my whole coin of identity so bound up in edinburgh the i don't really know what it's going to be like without but i feel know i feel i don't know how i feel i know that i can't do it so there's no real thing there was no real decision for me 'cause this practically but i think once everyone is there i will be thinking she wishes because the thing the thing is when you get rid of all the professional staff it's really hard because you want to run usually try reading out but when you strip everything all that other stuff what you're left with this month with all your friends in the same plans massacre haunting the tricky thing about being a comic it's unbelievable job but the promise that you know you're all over the place and you have most of your social life is sort of on the phone with your friends you know you like i'm coming back from someplace or call my friend how would you conduct law your friendships in absentia and it is even you know so when you it edinburgh like the first i want you meet on this thursday in your hike and again to allow the danish educational but it's one of those things where i think really miss it once it starts are definitely gonna come up with this thing to allow people when they take the first of like i've gone on holiday blanket of either because bullock i or my whole career to edinburgh like i have my thing i've got has been through edinburgh shows so i still have that like a law people really hired a i'll i'll love it over to miss it an edinburgh loves you does you like the person gets sort of made really made me.