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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

01:33 min | 8 months ago

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Be back here Wednesday morning. So you're stuck with me. But also we've got the wonderful Deb Valentine. Molly is in the control room. So is Rob. So we're all we're all jamming today. And you know what time it is. This is one of my favorite times of the day It is on this daytime. Today is September 6th. And on this day September 6 14 92 explorer Christopher Columbus sets out for the new world. From his supply base in the Canary Islands. At the time, the Canaries were ruled by the kingdom of Castile, which is now part of Spain. European explorers continued to use the Canaries, by the way, as kind of a jumping off spot if you will. And on this day September 6 15 22, another Explorer to talk about the Magellan expedition arrives back in Spain, completing the first circumnavigation of the world. Three years earlier, Ferdinand Magellan, who had been appointed admiral of the Spanish fleet by King Charles, the first of Spain, set off with his armada. It was five ships. Hundreds of men all bound for the Spice Islands or what is now Indonesia. The Victoria was the only ship to return after. I mean, obviously, these are explorers and they're discovering the new world basically brutal conditions. I mean, these men went through starvation, scurvy. And the murder of Magellan himself, which killed off much of the passengers. It really wasn't a murder was like a killing because there was a whole deal. But Magellan was killed by a poison arrow after helping achieve on an island in the Philippines fight a rival tribe so he gets pyung with the poison arrow, and he's done. So the exhibition is considered one of the most important events in history, thanks to the science and the socio socioeconomic and political and philosophic and theological information that is gleaned And it brought back to the old world. On this day, September 6 16 28 the first Puritans arrived around Salem, Massachusetts. These were the people who wanted to stay within the Church of England but purify it. Unlike the pilgrims, Unfortunately for the Puritans, King Charles, the first was not keen on purifying the Catholic Church ends of the Church of England, rather and they along with the pilgrims, who stood an outright opposition to the church. Decided to set sail for the new world here in America. Two years later, another group arrived on several different ships. They were led by John Winthrop, who wanted to build a city upon a hill and he did. Today. It's known as Boston. And on this day in 16 51 the future King Charles, the second of England hides all day in an oak tree escaping after his loss against the round heads. Those were the supporters of Oliver Cromwell, who fought against the king and the English several war and on this day in 16 66. Finally, the great fire of London is extinguished. It started just a few days before. I think this was on like The second, I think was Friday. I was telling you about this when it started, But in the end, it destroyed 80% of London, including 13,200 houses 87 churches, including ST Paul's Cathedral. And it displaced more than 70,000 people in the city of 80,000. As I mentioned on Friday, it started at a bakery on Pudding Lane.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Ferdinand magellan is often credited with being the first person to circumnavigate the earth. However this isn't true. I don't mean this in the same way that columbus wasn't the first european in the americas because the vikings made it to newfoundland. I i mean magellan never circumnavigated the earth at all period. The magellan voyage did not set out travel around the world. The purpose of the mission was to find a western route to the spice islands. Or what we now call indonesia. They set out in fifteen nineteen only twenty seven years after columbus first landed in the bahamas in fourteen. Ninety two the magellan voyage really just set out to achieve with the columbus expedition tried to to reach asia by sailing west. The difference was that this time they knew there was a gigantic landmass in between europe and asia. And this time they were gonna go around it. Magellan was portuguese so many people assume that his expedition was sponsored by portugal. But that wasn't the case. It was actually a spanish expedition sponsored by king charles. The first the spanish wanted the western route because portugal had a monopoly on the eastern route around africa in through the indian ocean. The expedition consisted of five ships with supplies. Last two full years the total crew consisted of two hundred and seventy minute at the start mostly spanish but with crew from many different countries. The expedition took a major toll. The first ship was lost in fifteen twenty in a storm in argentina. The second ship was abandoned in what is now called the straits of magellan. Several months later the third ship was scuttled in the philippines and may fifteen twenty one because of lack of crew and the fourth was lost in indonesia in december on april twenty seven. Fifteen twenty one. Magellan himself was killed in the philippines by the natives of the island where they landed. He was surrounded and killed with spears. This left the expedition. In a quandary. Its leader was dead. Over half the crew were dead and they were on the other side of the world. They sailed around without any purpose for about six months. And eventually the crew selected one wants fashion elcano a spaniard to be the captain of the last remaining in smaller ships of the fleet. The victoria they decided to return home via the western route and september. Six fifteen twenty two. The ship arrived back in spain at the same port. They left almost three years

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Juan Sebastián Elcano Was Actually the First Person to Circumnavigate the Earth

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Juan Sebastián Elcano Was Actually the First Person to Circumnavigate the Earth

"Ferdinand magellan is often credited with being the first person to circumnavigate the earth. However this isn't true. I don't mean this in the same way that columbus wasn't the first european in the americas because the vikings made it to newfoundland. I i mean magellan never circumnavigated the earth at all period. The magellan voyage did not set out travel around the world. The purpose of the mission was to find a western route to the spice islands. Or what we now call indonesia. They set out in fifteen nineteen only twenty seven years after columbus first landed in the bahamas in fourteen. Ninety two the magellan voyage really just set out to achieve with the columbus expedition tried to to reach asia by sailing west. The difference was that this time they knew there was a gigantic landmass in between europe and asia. And this time they were gonna go around it. Magellan was portuguese so many people assume that his expedition was sponsored by portugal. But that wasn't the case. It was actually a spanish expedition sponsored by king charles. The first the spanish wanted the western route because portugal had a monopoly on the eastern route around africa in through the indian ocean. The expedition consisted of five ships with supplies. Last two full years the total crew consisted of two hundred and seventy minute at the start mostly spanish but with crew from many different countries. The expedition took a major toll. The first ship was lost in fifteen twenty in a storm in argentina. The second ship was abandoned in what is now called the straits of magellan. Several months later the third ship was scuttled in the philippines and may fifteen twenty one because of lack of crew and the fourth was lost in indonesia in december on april twenty seven. Fifteen twenty one. Magellan himself was killed in the philippines by the natives of the island where they landed. He was surrounded and killed with spears. This left the expedition. In a quandary. Its leader was dead. Over half the crew were dead and they were on the other side of the world. They sailed around without any purpose for about six months. And eventually the crew selected one wants fashion elcano a spaniard to be the captain of the last remaining in smaller ships of the fleet. The victoria they decided to return home via the western route and september. Six fifteen twenty two. The ship arrived back in spain at the same port. They left almost three years

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Scurvy killed. 100 of the original 170 crew during Vasco da Gama is voyage to the Indian subcontinent that started in 14 97. Ferdinand Magellan left Spain with a fleet of five ships and 15 19, searching for a way to reach Asia from Europe by traveling west by sea on Lee 18 of his original crew of 270 made it back to Spain and 15 22 with scurvy being a major cause of death. Here is how one of Magellan's crew described conditions in his journal quote. We ate only old biscuit reduced to powder and full of grubs and stinking from the dirt, which the rats had made on it when eating the good biscuit. And we drink water that was yellow and stinking. The men were so hungry that if any of them caught a rat, he could sell it for a high price to someone who would eat it. And 15 35 French explorer Jacques Cartier, established a fort across the ST Charles River from the era quien village of Static, Oona. That's near what's now Quebec City. That winter was extremely harsh. Cartier's ships became icebound. They were not able to return to France is planned, and when they heard of an illness that was spreading through the indigenous population, they tried to cut off contact with them. Then that same illness started to spread through Cardia his own men in an account translated by Richard Hack lit, it's described as this quote. Some did lose their strength and could not stand on their feet. Then did their legs swell their sin, a shrink as black as any coal. Others also had all their skin spotted with spots of blood of a purple color, then did a send up to their ankles, knees, thighs, shoulders, arms and neck. Their mouth became stinking their gums so rotten that all the flesh did fall off even to the roots of the teeth, which also all fall out. About the middle of February of 110 persons that we were. There were not 10 whole. There were already eight dead and more than 50 sick and as we thought, past all hope of recovery So at some point, Cartier went for a walk and encountered Dome Aguila, who was the son of Don Kona, who was the chief of static, Ona dumb a guy. It's hold Cartier about a treatment for this disease, which was to prepare a tea from the leaves of a local tree. The tree is not conclusively identified today. But the most likely candidate as the eastern white cedar, who's leaves always contain some vitamin C, but have a whole lot more of it in the new growth that comes out in the early spring. Although at least 25 men in the fort died of scurvy, this cure was effective for the ones who survived. There is a core, of course. Ah, whole lot more to this story outside the part about scurvy. Cartier had actually abducted Doma and his brother on his earlier voyage and forced them to accompany him back to France, bringing them back to North America with him and 15 35. At the end of his second voyage, Cartier abducted them for a second time, along with their father and seven other indigenous people. All but one of them died before cardio returned to North America for his third voyage in 15 41. You're.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on WTVN

"Scurvy killed 100 of the original 170 crew during Bosco to Gammas voyage to the Indian subcontinent that started in 14 97. Ferdinand Magellan left Spain with a fleet of five ships and 15 19, searching for a way to reach Asia from Europe by traveling west by sea on Lee 18 of his original crew of 270 made it back to Spain and 15 22 with scurvy being a major cause of death. Here is how one of Magellan's crew described conditions in his journal quote. We ate only old biscuit reduced to powder and full of grubs and stinking from the dirt, which the rats had made on it when eating the good biscuit. And we drink water that was yellow and stinking. The men were so hungry that if any of them caught a rat, he could sell it for a high price to someone who would eat it. And 15 35 French explorer Jacques Cartier, established a fort across the ST Charles River from the era quien village of Static, Oona. That's near what's now Quebec City. That winter was extremely harsh. Cartier's ships became icebound. They were not able to return to France is planned, and when they heard of an illness that was spreading through the indigenous population, they tried to cut off contact with them. Then that same illness started to spread through Cardia his own men in an account translated by Richard Hack lit, it's described as this quote. Some did lose their strength and could not stand on their feet. Then did their legs swell their sin, a shrink as black as any coal. Others also had all their skin spotted with spots of blood of a purple color, then did a send up to their ankles, knees, thighs, shoulders, arms and neck. Their mouth became stinking their gums so rotten that all the flesh did fall off even to the roots of the teeth, which also all fall out. About the middle of February of 110 persons that we were. There were not 10 whole. There were already eight dead and more than 50 sick and as we thought, past all hope of recovery So at some point, Cartier went for a walk and encountered Dome Aguila, who was the son of Don Kona, who was the chief of static, Ona dumb a guy. It's hold Cartier about a treatment for this disease, which was to prepare a tea from the leaves of a local tree. The tree is not conclusively identified today. But the most likely candidate as the eastern white cedar, who's leaves always contain some vitamin C, but have a whole lot more of it in the new growth that comes out in the early spring. Although at least 25 men in the fort died of screw me. This cure was effective for the ones who survived. There is a core, of course. Ah, whole lot more to this story outside the part about scurvy. Cartier had actually abducted Doma and his brother on his earlier voyage and forced them to accompany him back to France, bringing them back to North America with him and 15 35. And at the end of his second voyage, Cartier abducted them for a second time, along with their father and seven other indigenous people..

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on KTOK

"Original 170 crew during Bosco tha Gama's voyage to the Indian subcontinent that started in 14 97. Ferdinand Magellan left Spain with a fleet of five ships and 15 19, searching for a way to reach Asia from Europe by traveling west by sea on Lee 18 of his original crew of 270 made it back to Spain and 15 22 with scurvy being a major cause of death. Here is how one of Magellan's crew described conditions in his journal quote. We ate only old biscuit reduced to powder and full of grubs and stinking from the dirt, which the rats had made on it when eating the good biscuit. And we drink water that was yellow and stinking. The men were so hungry that if any of them caught a rat, he could sell it for a high price to someone who would eat it. And 15 35 French explorer Jacques Cartier, established a fort across the ST Charles River from the era quien village of Static, Oona. That's near what's now Quebec City. That winter was extremely harsh. Cartier's ships became icebound. They were not able to return to France is planned, and when they heard of an illness that was spreading through the indigenous population, they tried to cut off contact with them. Then that same illness started to spread through Cardia his own men in an account translated by Richard Hack lit, it's described as this quote. Some did lose their strength and could not stand on their feet. Then did their legs swell their sin, a shrink as black as any coal. Others also had all their skin spotted with spots of blood of a purple color, then did a send up to their ankles, knees, thighs, shoulders, arms and neck. Their mouth became stinking their gums so rotten that all the flesh did fall off even to the roots of the teeth, which also all fall out. About the middle of February of 110 persons that we were. There were not 10 whole. There were already eight dead and more than 50 sick and as we thought, past all hope of recovery So at some point, Cartier went for a walk and encountered Dome Aguila, who was the son of Don Kona, who was the chief of static, Ona dumb a guy. It's hold Cartier about a treatment for this disease, which was to prepare a tea from the leaves of a local tree. The tree is not conclusively identified today. But the most likely candidate as the eastern white cedar, who's leaves always contained some vitamin C, but have a whole lot more of it in the new growth that comes out in the early spring. Although at least 25 men in the fort died of scurvy, this cure was effective for the ones who survived. There is a core, of course. Ah, whole lot more to this story outside the part about scurvy. Cartier had actually abducted Doma and his brother on his earlier voyage and forced them to accompany him back to France, bringing them back to North America with him and 15 35. And at the end of his second voyage, Cartier abducted them for a second time, along with their father and seven other indigenous people. All but one of them died before cardio returned to North America for his third voyage in 15 41. You're listening to Sunday.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Crew during Bosco tha Gama's voyage to the Indian subcontinent that started in 14 97. Ferdinand Magellan left Spain with a fleet of five ships and 15 19, searching for a way to reach Asia from Europe by traveling west by sea on Lee 18 of his original crew of 270 made it back to Spain and 15 22 with scurvy being a major cause of death. Here is how one of Magellan's crew described conditions in his journal quote. We ate only old biscuit reduced to powder and full of grubs and stinking from the dirt, which the rats had made on it when eating the good biscuit. And we drink water that was yellow and stinking. The men were so hungry, that is any of them caught a rat. He could sell it for a high price to someone who would eat it. And 15 35 French explorer Jacques Cartier established a fort across the ST Charles River from the era quien village of Static Oona. That's near what's now Quebec City. That winter was extremely harsh. Cartier's ships became icebound. They were not able to return to France is planned, and when they heard of an illness that was spreading through the indigenous population, they tried to cut off contact with them. Then that same illness started to spread through Cardia his own men in an account translated by Richard Hack lit, it's described as this quote. Some did lose their strength and could not stand on their feet. Then did their legs swell their sin, a shrink as black as any coal. Others also had all their skin spotted with spots of blood of a purple color, then did a send up to their ankles, knees, thighs, shoulders, arms and neck. Their mouth became stinking their gums so rotten that all the flesh did fall off even to the roots of the teeth, which also all fall out. About the middle of February of 110 persons that we were. There were not 10 whole. There were already eight dead and more than 50 sick and as we thought, past all hope of recovery So at some point, Cartier went for a walk and encountered Dome Aguila, who was the son of Don Kona, who was the chief of static, Ona dumb a guy. It's hold Cartier about a treatment for this disease, which was to prepare a tea from the leaves of a local tree. Tree is not conclusively identified today. But the most likely candidate is the eastern white cedar. Who's leaves always contain some vitamin C but have a whole lot more of it in the new growth that comes out in the early spring. Although at least 25 men in the fort died of scurvy, this cure was effective for the ones who survived. There is a core, of course, ah, whole lot more to this story outside the part about scurvy. Cartier had actually abducted Doma and his brother on his earlier voyage and forced them to accompany him back to France. Bringing them back to North America with him and 15 35. And at the end of his second voyage, Cartier abducted them for a second time, along with their father and seven other indigenous people. All but one of them died before cardio returned to North America for his third voyage in 15 41. You're listening to Sunday night podcasts featuring one.

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Firsties Denied

Your Brain on Facts

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Firsties Denied

"What was so big about movable type. Well movable type meant that each letter had its own little block and they could be arranged in any format that was needed to make any text. Prior to that, the entire page of text had to be carved in one single block of wood like an enormous stamp. Now, consider the amount of time it would take to carve one such block then multiply that by the number of pages in even the shortest book. Any printing press was an improvement over hand-lettered manuscripts but the Gutenberg press could print over two hundred pages per minute which gave the world what would be called the Gutenberg forty two line, Bible. Books and the ideas that they contained were no longer the exclusive purview of the very wealthy. Greater access to ideas and information was a causative force behind such things as the renaissance, the Protestant reformation and the industrial revolution. But Gutenberg did not create the first movable type press. A printing press with movable metal type was developed in Korea during the Goria Dynasty, which ran from eight nineteen to thirteen ninety, two in a desperate attempt to preserve religious texts in the face of a Mongol invasion. The effort was successful but only just barely. A single copy of a single volume of one book remains. It's called the G, which is the abbreviated title of a Korean Buddhist and policy whose title can be translated as in theology of great Buddhist priests Zen teachings. GDP is easier to say. The key is a collection of experts from the teachings of the most revered Buddhist monks throughout successive generations collated by a monk named Kyogon. It was published in two volumes in thirteen, seventy two though the first volume has been lost completely. Further weakening the Gutenberg was first position. The Korean press wasn't even the first press that had movable type. The earliest known non-metallic movable type press was developed in China in the tenth. Century. That press used clay blocks which would prove to be too fragile. Though, it was thought to have directly influenced the Korean. design. There's also evidence that Gutenberg's press may not be an example of simultaneous invention. A record in the Swiss Museum of paper indicates a papal delegation to `gorio brought printing technology back to Europe. Korea's claim to origination carries some serious bone fee days in the form of two thousand one edition to the memory of the world program by UNESCO the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. Three years later, the Jiechi memory of the world prize was created, which quote recognizes instiutions that have contributed to the preservation and accessibility of documentary heritage to safeguard against collective amnesia neglect the ravages of time and climate conditions and willful and deliberate destruction. If the listener would like to see the Jixian person they might want to bone up on their French. Rather than reposing rightfully in Korea, the G. has been kept in La Bibliotheque Nationale France in Paris. It was acquired under let's call them unclear circumstances by the first French Console to Korea and past Tula Bibliotheque upon his death. The consensus in Korea is unsurprisingly that they would like it to be returned that cultural artifacts belong in their country of origin. La Bibliotheque adamantly refuses arguing that the Jiechi is out of humanity's common heritage and therefore doesn't belong to anyone. Which raises the question at least in this reporters mind. If it belongs to everyone and therefore no one. What would it matter if they gave it back? On a brighter note, a wood carving print of the cheeky is currently kept in the National Library of Korea. Sometimes a person we remember as the first to do something wasn't preempted by someone else. They merely failed to complete the thing they're credited with. Such as the case with Ferdinand Magellan the name long attached to the first circumnavigation of the earth.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Millions of children start this week with schools closed I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep how people vote in a time of coronavirus four states find out Tuesday Ohio moved polling places out of senior living facility and Israeli lawmakers voted for a government led by Benjamin Netanyahu's rifle it is Monday March sixteenth the anniversary of a moment in globalization in fifteen twenty one Ferdinand Magellan of Portugal reached the Philippines he was killed there what is man completed a circuit of the world news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the centers for disease control and prevention is advising the gatherings of fifty or more people should be cancelled or delayed for at least eight weeks the CDC says this includes conferences festivals parades concerts sporting events weddings and more the CDC says that this isn't just up to organizations but individual people to vice president Mike pence says more Americans will have access to corona virus testing in the coming days with the rollout of the new public private partnership NPR's Allison Aubrey reports about two thousand laboratories across the country have the capacity to process tests the administration's top infectious disease expert Anthony file she says the U. S. is moving into a new phase of testing making it possible to do thousands of corona virus test found she says Americans should hunker down to prevent the spread of this contagious virus NPR's Allison Aubrey reporting schools in multiple states are closed today in an effort to slow down the spread of the new coronavirus and peers zero McCammon has more from Virginia beach where students are spending their first day off from school because of the outbreak here in St other care givers around the country will be working from home or making alternative arrangements for children whose schools are closed in the coming weeks Virginia governor Ralph Northam told reporters some students will have access to online learning it's certainly not gonna be mandatory will just be able to help them stay in up with their schedule but obviously there are some households that don't have availability of the internet governors in several other states including West Virginia and North Carolina have ordered schools shut down until late March in Wisconsin schools canceled at least through April sixth the centers for disease control has issued guidance saying that longer term school closures of at least eight weeks maybe more effective than canceling class for just a couple of weeks Sarah McCammon NPR news Virginia beach democratic presidential it it's Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders stood six feet apart on the latest CNN hosted debate stage last night they had no press and no audience NPR's awesome holiday reports the big topic of the night was the corona virus pandemic Vermont senator Bernie Sanders turned to the coronavirus concerns into a pitch for his signature policy Medicare for all we are the only major country on earth not to guarantee healthcare to all people we're spending so much money and yet we are not even prepared for this pandemic the former vice president Joe Biden stressed the need for immediate action rather than ideological change with all due respect to Medicare for all do you have a single payer system remotely it doesn't work there it has nothing to do with Medicare for all that would not solve the problem at all despite their disagreements over the best way to handle the crisis both men agreed president trump has been doing a poor job a small solid NPR news Washington you're listening to NPR news stock futures on Wall Street are grim Dow Jones futures project the blue chip average will drop by a thousand points at the opening bell this comes after a dramatic move by the federal reserve on Sunday to cut interest rates close to zero it's an effort to fend off the financial effect of the coronavirus two Chinese cities are now mandating that all travelers entering from abroad must spend two weeks in a centralized quarantine ward at their own expense and beers Emily Feng reports that the newest travel restrictions in China are meant to prevent new infections from being brought in from abroad starting today international travelers landing the cities of Beijing and signing up on the Chinese island province of Hainan will be immediately transferred to a centralized facility usually a hotel for fourteen days of medical observation the announcement comes as new cases of the corona virus continue to fall across China but as cases rise elsewhere authorities in China are now worried about so called imported cases of the virus from travelers coming from affected areas twelve and the forty one new cases reported on Sunday were imported cases an example of one of these cases went viral last week when a Chinese family of three flew from Los Angeles to Beijing after trying unsuccessfully three times to get tested in the US I'm leaving NPR news Beijing Israel's president is going to give opposition leader Benny Gantz the first chance to form a new government after inconclusive Israeli elections this month incumbent prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is arguing that because of the corona virus he and Gants should form a six month emergency government with Netanyahu at the head I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Back at this week in history this week in fifteen twenty after sailing through the dangerous streets below South America that now bears his name Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan enters the Pacific Ocean with three ships becoming the first European explorer to reach the Pacific from the Atlanta this week in nineteen fourteen the New York Stock Exchange re opens for bond trading after nearly four months the longest stoppage in the exchange history the outbreak of World War one in Europe force in New York Stock Exchange to shut its doors on July thirty first have to large numbers of foreign investors began selling their holdings in hopes of raising money for the war effort all of the world's financial markets followed suit and close their doors by August first this week in nineteen forty the influential comedian and actor Richard Pryor who rose to fame in Hollywood in the nineteen seventies and appeared in such hit films a silver streak is born in Peoria Illinois according to its two thousand five obituary in The New York Times at the height of his career in the late seventies Mr prior prowled the stage like a restless cat dispensing with critics regarded as the most poignant and penetrating comedic view of African American life ever afforded the American public and this week in two thousand five Aerosmith and rapper fifty cent headline a ten million dollar bond mates for the in New York City Aerosmith got two million and fifty cent got one million the father who laid out the money was defense contractor David H. Brooks two years later.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Thanks for joining us. so glad you could be here with us today. and now let's let's get to business here will have your fight will coming up in few moments Meghan Nichols from Memphis business journal too let's leave things off with on this date in history on this date September twentieth fifteen nineteen Spanish expedition led by Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan sets off on the first successful circum navigation of the globe John is killed along the way also on this date in eighteen fourteen as we move forward I just a little bit the star spangled banner is published as a song with lyrics by Francis Scott key the tune by John Stafford Smith that was on the state in eighteen fourteen on the state in eighteen ninety three in the state in history the first gasoline powered car debuts in Springfield Massachusetts also on this date on September the twentieth nineteen sixty three. JFK propose the joint US Soviet voyage to the moon so we say not thanks were good you I said yeah that's fine we'll just take care of this ourselves mereka baby also on this date in nineteen seventy three. drinking beats Bobby Riggs in a battle of the sexes tennis match also on this date in nineteen seventy six playboy releases Jimmy Carter's interview that he lusts for women yeah remember that one look for forty three forty three years ago today they they release that and that's about other than tanking the economy and our world standing other than that's pro the worst thing Jimmy Carter had ever done otherwise great humanitarian all right on the the state in nineteen eighty four. by the way on this date in nineteen eighty member that was the last time anybody really threaten the bat four hundred in a year today was the day George Brett in nineteen eighty went over for dropping his average below four hundred for the rest of the season heated up batting three ninety for the year but he was so close in the last one to really threaten four hundred also on this date we talked about last in his heart with Jimmy Carter speaking of lost the Cosby show premiered on NBC on this date thirty five years ago today also on this date in nineteen eighty five Walt Disney world had its two hundred million to gassed and finally on this date in nineteen ninety nine twenty years ago today law and order special victims unit created by Dick wolf premiered on NBC and of course they're making money hand over fist and there you have it on this date in history all right let's turn from the past to the present and things are looking good over at the university of Memphis on the main campus in on the south campus to add to talk many things Tigers is our friend Jeff bright well Jeff thanks for joining us good morning how's it going yeah I'm I'm very good I'm I'm surprised playboy ended the interview with Billy Carter not Jimmy Carter all for his beer the ability beer Billy bare hands you know he's he's like you know my brother is the most powerful president are the most powerful man in the world I think now is my time let's do the US but I'm not going to have a better marketing opportunity than my brother being elected president yeah. let's see what we got speaking of alcohol Hey I I will they have that at the game tonight I don't know about you know the note back tonight are exactly when that goes in the back but I made that on the the two big newspaper the numbers that they I think the fine up around the Park Avenue campus about applying for the the the B. R. Y. can so I'm not sure where that goes in the back I do not believe you can get it like that but now it does that's not official yeah but but but it but it's common beer is coming to the campus is for home home Tigers games speaking of tonight you and I are on the the the line via broadcast of of women's soccer the eleventh ranked team in the country taking on a an opponent in in Iowa state coming in tonight and Brooks mine again I I'm sure looking forward to this last non conference test yeah yeah we got a big twelve team last time you're not copper resume at the scene the three and five at the only court the golden a match without good potentially be don't you think it would actually be a six consecutive shutout for that for that club of course fans can come out tonight I saw where they're having free friend family friendly pricing on concessions the match tonight in the Senate just looks fantastic over there Jeff the south campus yeah they got a stadium in the works but I would imagine it's going to be three to five years the way there yet the try to build the building codes the bleachers that have been there for a for a long time to bond and the other leaders were they put out the the banners around the field well then you have a labor converts JB jumped the gun a nice job the dress it up the men are out of town they therefore do they had a big win over a tenth ranked team in their last week though Richard Moroney theme got turned the corner this year so soccer program doing pretty well back to back so that's good to see you know in Jeff and Jeff right well does the pre halftime and post game for Tigers basketball and for football does the coaches shows as well and that you know those are the those the sports that have have tons of people talking but you know full credit to the university of Memphis because they do have several programs that. don't get that do you know the daily headlines that you know you just like around the rest of the country they don't get the daily headlines but they're pretty dominant are I I our volleyball teams pretty decent this year too one of ten teams left in the country that undefeated I don't know if they win the first batch this morning it will be the best start in school history at ten a no there summer at that second year he'll be moving over maybe maybe as soon as next year full time in playing the game to the vet centers and bent basketball doubt the lorry Walton center there are holding hosting the bill street challenge this weekend the getting game at ten o'clock this morning seven o'clock tonight in one o'clock tomorrow the the two big promotion there have the campus school gets come over ten AM so a lot of screaming that'll be fun and night they're having raid the round in honor of the the area fifty one rate that I guess I guess it's still on for today I've got hurt but I guess we're still right area fifty one but I got a game of one of our mark the good news is on like area fifty one if you rate it they will not they they will not open fire on you at the university Memphis if you write their own they actually want you to be there right they they want you and that by the way with the campus school kids have to understates today does the best screaming kids into understaffed up on photo and sugar. I'll probably get a. wrong when I called women's basketball those are all my my favorite game because I knew I'd have thirty three to five hundred it's people like screaming the entire time that made it made it got it made it sound great on the radio and it may not even be about the game maybe like wall patrol do episode. to be out of school yeah. been cross country running pretty well they're going to be out at Shelley farms Mar eighth eight forty five to seven robin cross country team there they get out conversely being shipped in early November I believe it is our late October so we're gonna happen copper school then it shall be farms tomorrow so it's the road invitational what are the it'll be busy others who bought even though football this weekend for the Tigers there's plenty going on as you mentioned it's good for the whole program yep the Olympic sports do you well specially you don't know what when the next. change the next landscape changing college athletics will be five you get everyone doing well that does raise your profile I absolutely any mention of course the bye week in football in any news coming out of football this week or they've been pretty hush hush not. get your bill out than forty pop Williams is done for the year for them though they'll have a new tandem camp group probably returning pine I don't have any update on Patrick Taylor but kind of walk in and get a game well played really well last weekend at south Alabama think they were on this week really to recover the plate three bit really visible football game so they need they they were a little banged up they needed to hear a lot because now you've got what may be in trouble coming up and then rose to that's gonna be three more physical ball games and remember next week we we get back or the north also Monday night and we have a Thursday night game nationally televised against navy so that'll be a big one next Thursday night yeah that that that's going to be a terrific when you mention pop Williams out for the year it does he have any kind of read Richard ability at this point. he does but I you know I don't know. yeah it'll be in play for game so he can't make that we can we want to take that medical writer which I would imagine he will then then you should be able to be good to come back for next year it should be good to go all right Hey what time are we on the air for the women's soccer match him in at at at the at the complex. get off go Tigers go dot com the web stream it got a precursor to what will be into hopefully next year when allowed the new TV deal all through in those a lot of those will become ESPN plus broadcasts about I'll be I'll be a lot of fun and because it's pot is possibly the greatest gift you could ever give somebody how much does it cost to watch the match live stream ray ban that no charge at all. all right follow him on Jeff a bright well if you try to follow just any Jeff right well you're gonna get some hack but you got to follow Jeff yeah a bright well ed from your body with a dog yeah yeah yeah yeah he doesn't have a dog and he's not at your brownie Jeff right what Jeff hi brother seeds out later tonight thanks for giving us your time today. 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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kind of for me is there still remains during a week of violence nearly fifteen people have been killed by the police another thirty have tried to commit suicide in protest against plans to increase the number of government jobs reserve the low cost Indians in old some seventy students self immolation in protest of the job reservations recommended by the mandala commission I was very shocked by the emissions the edition of course anybody could sense that this is going to happen but going to the extreme strip of immolations was something which I had not visualize there truly came as a big shock really how different does it have any ramifications in terms of how the government handled the protests there was no formal attempted to be excellent hurting the whole issue or the government Google constable Peter of nineteen this sort of they ran out of energy and they fizzled out if any of any was exhausted and people realize love these reservations are here to stay and it led to a gradual reconciliation of the fact that no nothing can be done about it so that's how the next phase of the student leadership was not interested in taking it further the demonstrations eventually petered out today reservations in employment and higher education are facts of life in India and as Dilip says people and now demanding to be reclassified as lower cost the only thing that goes on these days is that more and more cost no one to get into the Ford of the backward plus some communities will say that will include us also in this list because we are equally backward as the others are by November nineteen ninety the V. P. Singh government collapsed with the B. J. P. withdrew its support for the coalition elected ready says the implement. Haitian of the Mongol commission highlighted how politicians can exploit costume religion in Indian politics to attain their goals in India in on a holy man caddies wouldn't wrestling which he carries is water the name given to their bacillus come under and so the general talk was this is a fight between come Monday and Monday you see it was between handle polarization and flexing that but let us in and did it what did did did did did V. P. Singh plan what could it create the factoring of of the of the very differently declared the BGP and it differently stop there March forward folks sometime if you give the Hindu society fractured then the handle a party which is relying mainly on him the works and polarization of in the works is not going to be successful in getting a mandate and lament the model commission to slow down the coming through absolute followed by a few years and is only in two thousand fourteen that they were able to finally make it on their own and today they have been here now for five years and you're sure to finish the fight is retired superintendent of police didn't Trivedi was speaking to fana hide finally this week we're going to take one of our occasional leaks way back into the past using contemporary accounts of long distance events to bring them to life in September fifteen nineteen fleet led by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan sent off and what will be the first second navigation of the world began and was the first navigated to go around Cape Horn but he had to quell several attempted mutinies and he was eventually killed by tribesmen in what is now the Philippines the second navigation was eventually completed by one of his subordinates Simon wants towns McKennon story through the book published by his own board chronicler Antonio.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coming up in part two of the history on a decade on the last in Honduras from the nineteen nineties tension in India over jobs for different Hindu costs and from five hundred years ago the Magellan second navigation of the world including Europeans first encounter with penguins we found two islands full of geeks these keys are black and they do not fly and a little pond fish these geese have beaks like that of a crow first a new summary. BBC news if you own a mac Donald oil prices briefly hit their highest level in four months at the start of trading after two attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities on Saturday knocked out more than five percent of global supply prices racer stabilizes about ten percent higher after president trump authorize the release of U. S. reserves. the British prime minister Boris Johnson is traveling to Luxembourg to meet the president of the European Commission jungle Jim Kerr they'll discuss Britain's exit from the European Union Mr Johnson has made it clear who reject any offer to further delay brexit. a former chief scientific adviser to the British government says he's frightened at how fast the climate is changing professor David king said the extent and speed of which ice was melting of the earth's poles was scary. financial regulators from across the world will question Facebook representatives latest today about the company's plans to launch its own crypto currency the libra central bank officials in the European Union and the US are concerned the move could threaten financial stability and sovereignty. Purdue pharma one of the drugs manufactures accused of fueling the opioid addiction epidemic in the United States has filed for bankruptcy the bankruptcy would reorganize purge you into a trust that would pay out claims. Volkswagen has agreed to pay out nearly ninety nine ninety eight million dollars to thousands of Australian customers to settle cases relating to the car manufacturers cheating over diesel emissions the settlement covers various VW models as well as Deason Scotus sold in Australia between two thousand and eight and twenty fifteen. and the woman from the U. S. state of Colorado is trying to set a New World record by swimming four times nonstop across the English Channel Sierra Thomas started on Sunday morning and is now how free through BBC news. welcome back to part two of the history our with Max P. is still to come the violent reaction in nineteen nineties India to the idea of helping out the low a Hindu costs and the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan who in the fifteen hundreds boldly went where new Europeans had gone before. but before that but going back to two thousand and nine a time of political intrigue in crisis in the central American Republic of Honduras in June of that year the country's president Manuel Zelaya was ousted from power and whisked out of the country by the army but by September two thousand and nine saliva had sneaked back into Honduras in secret and a taken refuge in the Brazilian embassy transient has been speaking to two people who found themselves holed up.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It didn't take long for things to turn sour five ships left from severe there were mutinies along the way the fresh food ran out quickly because you have to eat that I coming up find out how Magellan and his crew changed what we know about the word we'll hear why it's up big anniversary in Spain rain but not so much in his home country Portugal in the new world you can't beat Mexico City for fun and atmosphere and no matter how trendy the city's neighborhoods are getting you can always find a touchable Mexico just around the corner even the trendiest neighborhoods. There's still gonna find the old coffee shop with the old man eating and the dude I'd say it sweet bread and having their coffee reading the paper the back story to the first sale around the world a guide to Mexico City's neighborhoods and your calls to help plan your next adventure. It's all just ahead on travel with Rick Steves friends from Seville and Lisbon. Tell US why big Magellan anniversary is getting more attention in Spain then Magellan's home country of Portugal and just a minute and the author of a guidebook to Mexico City shares her favorite neighborhoods to explore places where you can view remnants of the old Aztec city well well sipping a copy Cohen late Jay and immersing yourself in the living history of Mexico's energetic capital. We'll also open the phones to find out what kinds of travels are on your horizon a little little later in the hour on today's edition of travel with Rick Steves five hundred years ago in fifteen nineteen Ferdinand Magellan sailed from Sa- via via southern Spain to be the first mariner for his expedition to circumnavigate the world now he's often given credit but he actually died in the Philippines and his crew in one remaining ship of his actually did succeed in sailing entirely around the world. That was a big deal and five hundred years later starting this year. We're remembering that historic voyage now Magellan was a Portuguese explorer who worked for Spain. He was hired by the Spanish king to go out and find trade routes to the Far East joined by Robert Wright from Spain and Christina Duarte from Portugal to share a Spanish and Portuguese perspective on this exciting event Robert Christina. Thanks for joining adding here so Magellan. I don't get it. He was Portuguese but he's held for Spain and I mean who celebrates Robert. What's this take from Spaniard? You live in severe. I live in via and we love Magellan. Why wouldn't we he did? He did something good for the Spanish Korean so as you were mentioning he worked for Charles the first or Charles the fifth Esi sometimes known and back in those days everyone was looking for a way to get the spices they they knew where they were but of course Spanish couldn't invade what had already been determined is Portuguese territory which after Vasco Gama sailed around in fourteen ninety seven the world was divided into two by the Treaty of toward the CS so first of all in the old old old days Marco Polo as camels went overland and with my spices been really wasn't going to be the future and the countries on the Atlantic seaboard notably Spain and Portugal they had money they wanted to get in on that trade so they had to carve out some of the ways to get around though so Magellan was a good sailor but apparently Portugal didn't have the money so he went to Spain and from the it's kind of like a double kind of thing because because also first of all Columbus went to Portugal and Portugal turned them down okay now Christine ear from Portugal and your man Magellan yes you didn't take care of me went to the next this country and now right now allow to agree with that Portugal was focusing one thing which was arriving to India since fourteen fifteen that we worry windy ocean so we were the first maritime country and we knew many things that no other country can you about because your guy vastly Zama Dama failed around fourteen fifteen that we were going trying to arrive to India by going around Africa so so when we arrived just to give you an idea of the dates and the the span of time thus could come as forty ninety eight we I in the ocean since fourteen fifteen so we knew lots of Koren's knew we knew itineraries you had the we had the navigation technique so when the Spaniard and you're started to find out interest in going on also to India we were not very interested to share our knowledge them with them. so what we done basically was to try to figure out with them the division of the world saying okay you go to west and leave us east because because we want to go to east so surrounding Africa Spain basically got the Latin America which kept Brazil and today really five hundred years later. We still have this linguistics exactly that's why Brazil speaks Portuguese in the rest of Latin Americans in Spanish so just to finish this it was thoroughly discussed cusp between Portugal Spain. The agreement took almost thirty years to be sign up in Colombo is not that we turn it out. Colombo Colombo was married. We the Portuguese level naming Christopher Columbus Saric Christoph from Colombo he was married to a Portuguese woman and he was married to a person ah very influential in the royals and a court so if he said now it's like a little rumor it appears that we did not turn turn out Colombo ill-will sand like let's say the first diplomatic spy to Spain on purpose which she's what's Colombo was suggesting to the Portuguese king was gave me money to go in an expedition to west and we knew that our way hey was to east so why to spend money to give afterwards to spend you also a lot of the calculations Columbus had made the Portuguese as cosmographers said Oh those are incorrect. You're actually thinking that it would take longer to get there then what you say they had a vested interest because Portugal controlled trolled the Pacific Rim. I guess Portugal Got Asia and Spain got Latin America. Was it a little bit of a a betrayal of that treaty when Spain sent Magellan and to what was agreed to be Portuguese territory well it was in a way but honestly they were. They didn't know how much was over. There quite a much Elon Musk. I actually married to a civilian woman and so there's all this tax yeah between the two countries okay so Madeleine Portuguese adventure paid the Spanish. You've got all the way to what became known as Philippines around King Philip of Spain and they speak Spanish to this day a AH dialect of Spanish and he died there Roberto. I can just imagine they went with the handful of ships in a bigger crew Magellan was killed and they were just like traumatized raised and they still didn't even know where they were going to go to finish. This first circumnavigation of the globe must have been a horrific last part of the trip and only one ship got back with a a few starving sailors most. I think that we tend to forget about how brave these people were regardless of their motives of what they were going going for the actual courage that it takes to go out into the unknown with very few supplies only five ships five ships left from severe there were mutinies along the way the fresh food ran out quickly because you have to eat that I what they're left with is really old supplies rats because the rats had come on board but the rats turned into protein and what you need in your shoes you a rat looks pretty good leather leather anything they could to get protein the travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Christina Dorte and a Robert Right. We're talking about five hundred hundred virtually of the voyage of Ferdinand Magellan. His crew was the first to Sir come navigate the planet Robert He didn't do it. He gets all the credit. What was the name of the man who did do it? Sebastian Elcano is the guy who took over he was the pilot and Christina. What do we know about this man and help in our travels? Do we always celebrate him for no magallanes he is from from the northern part of Portugal so in the door Valley Valley as a very comes from a very important noble family so we know early age he's already part of the crown and the nobility around to our our kings he was already on the interest of the noble families and the creek he made part with another friend of him that is going to be very important portent. He made part of the first X. Court patrol for the our first viceroy of India in Galway so in forty ninety. V8 see this is so important when we traveled to Portugal to understand the importance of these amazing early voyages because when we go to Portugal the churches are recalled pepper churches man paid for tax brought in these incredible church is when we look at the architecture. It's got ropes. It's got see shows sales. It's got all these motifs from the sea because for Portugal it was a world power because of these adventures these voyages exactly lawyers and when we go to Portugal Christina what what would we look for now what are three or four examples of sites that will relate to this kind of mainly between districting lease been because he's all related with the discoveries most of our caravels caravels so the name of the boats that took still oriented because it was light and with an maneuver system of a sales Portuguese high-tech but would you be the crap out a wind up wind exactly back and forth this let it go farther away from the coast is easier to get around and this is in Bellingham b. e. l. m. suburb suburb twenty minute ride from Lisbon. a little bit in food also and did own food is that although we were there for the trade of the spice as the spices prices were way too expensive to use them in our food so Portuguese food is not spicy because we were selling the food although in our deserts we have lots of Oriental of your oriental influence using of the honey and of course the the Steinem so Robert what was the influence of all all of this excitement about Magellan until on how did it impact the Spanish economy in history after that it changed the game because once the ship came back from all the way around around the world they knew how to get to the Spice Islands without having to enter Portuguese territory so they could actually go and pick it up and sell them as well. They could have backed tracked attract from the Philippines they considered that because they were entering into Portuguese territory but the current go the opposite way and they weren't quite sure sure how to get back and if they had gotten back Mexico had not yet been conquered by the Spaniards so they would have been on the west coast of Mexico and unable to cross to the Caribbean which they had control of Tour Guides Christina Dorte from Lisbon and Robert Wright who now lives in Seville are helping US celebrate five hundred in years since Magellan's crew proved that you really could sail all the way around the world. There's more on our website at Rick Steves dot com slash radio just to wrap things up.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sixteenth twenty nineteen before we look ahead to look back at significant events and people tied to this particular date in history, including banana limited to these fifteen twenty one the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan and his crew made it to the Philippines. He didn't stay around long killed by natives on the islands. After about a month. This date in eighteen o to president Thomas. Jefferson signed a measure authorizing the establishment of the US military academy at West Point. Nineteen twenty six. A young rocket science pioneer named Robert Goddard successfully tested, the first liquid fueled rocket at his aunt Efi's farm in Auburn Massachusetts during World War Two the state nineteen Forty-five American forces declared they had security you would Jima. President LBJ sent congress the economic Opportunity Act of nineteen sixty four part of the war on poverty. Passed by congress. He signed it nineteen sixty eight the massacre took place during the Vietnam war. US army soldiers hunting for Viet, Cong fighters and sympathizers wound up killing unarmed. Villagers in two hamlets who send me village. Estimates of the death fold varied from three hundred and forty seven to five hundred four nine thousand nine hundred five Terry Anderson, the Middle East chief correspondent for the AP objected in Beirut released in December nineteen Ninety-one more than six and a half years later. And on this day in one thousand nine hundred a plane carrying seven members of country singer REBA mcentire's band in her tour manager crashed into the Otane mountain in southern California killing all on board. Folks, celebrating birthdays, besides Jerry Jeff on this March sixteenth country singer Ray Walker who's in Jordan airs Elvis's backup vocal group. Eighty five today game show host Chuck back. In two to Woolery is seventy eight. Eric Estrada somewhere on a couch. Eating chips is seventy actor Victor Garber. Also turned seventy Ray Benson. Who's in the band asleep at the wheel love that group?.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:44 min | 3 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on WTVN

"Time ago. I can still remember how that music used to make me smile. Stay in history. We'll get to the song. It has so relationship to this day in history. Thank you. Maybe they'd be general what you find this day in history. Well, there were some things that really didn't matter much like a Soviet satellite landing on the moon in nineteen sixty six and taking a picture. And that was about it fake news. Yes. But you know, all those landings, of course, work. But anyway, this is however known as the day that the music died when buddy Holly sang that'll be the day the day that I die. He was talking about this day in nineteen fifty nine he and Ritchie Valens and j p Richardson. Who sang chantilly lace and the pretty face in a pony tail hanging down. They all got onto a plane in near clear lake Iowa and something happened that caused the plane to crash might have been a twenty one year old inexperienced pilot and poor conditions. Probably need to be instrument. Rated probably so they probably had some gotta fly this going on there. And that's always they were sick. I think a number of them were sick a handful of them. We're sick because they were doing this this tour they were hitting a mid western city every night. Yes. And ear on buses, and I think they were sick. Extremely cold, weather and buddy, Holly rented at chartered a plane, right? Waylon jennings. Yes, almost got a coin flip away. Wayland was in the story. Somehow. Right. You'd be a coin flip away. He lost the lost the coin flip. And he had to take the bus wonder who who do you lose the point who the coin flip was was off with well unless buddy house. Unless buddy Holly was extremely fair. He did charter the plane. So he wasn't gonna stay either be Ritchie Valens or the big Bopper. Looked it up. It was Ritchie. Valens Ritchie Valens who sang. La bamba. No, sure. And oh, Donna and my favorite song of all time. Let's go. Let's let's go the there. There was an interesting twist coming out of that too. Because I think buddy Holly's wife was pregnant. And she hurt her name was she heard this news. She heard about buddy death. On the news. And she. When she was informed of his death. She miscarried a few days later, and that is when the FAA adopted a policy to not disclose VICTIMS Names until next of kin have been informed. I didn't know that anything else you found on this day. Well, there are a lot of interesting people who have birthdays today. I have I have I have the best of all time. But you go ahead Ferdinand Magellan. He was born today. Fourteen eighty he did something important. He's well, his his expedition circumnavigated, the globe, he actually passed away in the Philippines on the way. So he didn't actually make the the entire trip. But his ships did nice of them, by the way. You're listening to six ten WTVN to eleven twenty five. On February third were coming at you lives. Attorney Brad cough, oil and attorney air quotes. And also, the snark, Mr. general user today was the birthday nineteen four of pretty boy Floyd noted gangs. Learn today is also the birthday of you know, I I know when I grew up up in in the summers after my dad died. My dad died nine in the summers. I'd go up to Lisbon Ohio Colombian county next door to my aunt and uncle and cousins lived a former FBI. Agent who was involved in the shooting of pretty boy Floyd. So he told me some stories. I don't they were you know, they they commit tall tales. I was nine ten eleven twelve years old. But. Surprised how do you think? Pretty boy Floyd was when he died probably be as twenty s at the most thirty. Well, it was thirty. Anything else? Well, there was a fellow named Charles Lindbergh who is a little bit too apologetic for the national socialists for my taste. Yeah. But that was his birthday today. And then people that should be admired one Elizabeth Blackwell the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States. When was that would have been in? I was in nineteen twenty sometime. Okay. And then Rosa Parks was was born today. Wonderful so happy birthday to her as well. Here's what I have to stay in history. One of my favorite birthdays. I just discovered this today. Ping, ping, emperor of the Han. Han dynasty was born nine BC. Died six AD. So he's fifteen as a result of a power struggle with struggle with his brother pong. Norman Rockwell one of my favorite hit can actually kind of goes back to my the story of just talking about Lisbon, Ohio. My uncle was sheriff of Columbia County. Northern Rock Norman Rockwell. He did not arrest. Norman Rockwell, nor was he ever indicted, one of the few northeastern Ohio sheriff's never come under indictment. Maybe an investigation that was never indicted. Now, he's never investigation. But. He there's a painting of a at a diner, and it's a it's a police officer with young boys sitting at this this diner. Stools, and it's very evocative to me of my childhood up in Lisbon, and with my uncle Norman Rockwell Americana very much so Norman Rockwell was born in eighteen ninety four died nineteen seventy eight. And then I did find two amendments to the United States constitution were ratified today. The fifteenth amendment was ratified in eighteen seventy graciously guaranteeing voting rights to all males. Yes. Very generous congress and then in nineteen thirteen the sixteen th amendment to the United States constitution, ratified authorizing, wet general. I'm sorry to say the sixteenth amendment. The sixteenth amendment would be the. Income tax, correct. The federal government to impose and collect income tax, and they promised it would never go above two percent. Yes. Well, the dams we're gonna talk about the Dem's losing their their stinking minds after the break, but nineteen Forty-five check this out World War Two operation. Thunderclap one thousand be seventeens bombed Berlin a thousand beasts seventeens during the daytime. Wow. I mean cheese. It just think about that. My mother-in-law remain. She rest in peace survived. The London bombing. She was a young teen age girl in London, and when the Germans bombed London, and she spent much of her time in the tunnels when the air raid sirens came on, and and when she died, I I look at a map of the bombings of London. There was the map was just covered with red dots. Each just the amount of sh- the bombshells that were dropped on London were just it actually see an a map. It's just amazing. Raising Frank serpico was shot during a drug bust in Brooklyn in nineteen seventy.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:48 min | 3 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on WTVN

"Time ago. I can still remember how that music used to make me smile this day in history. Now, we'll get to the song. It has a relationship to this day in history. Thank you. Maybe they'd be general what you find this day in history. Well, there were some things that really didn't matter much like a Soviet satellite landing on the moon in nineteen sixty six and taking a picture. And that was about it fake news. Yes. But the whole, you know, all those other landings, of course, were, you know? But anyway, this is however known as the day the music died when buddy Holly sang that'll be the day the day that I die. He was talking about this day in nineteen Fifty-nine. He and Ritchie Valens and j p Richardson. Of who sang chantilly lace and the pretty face ponytail hanging down. They all got onto a plane in near clear lake Iowa. And something happened that caused the plane to crash might have been a twenty one year old inexperienced pilot and poor conditions. Probably needed to be instrument. Rated probably so they probably had some gotta fly this going on there. And that's always I think they were sick. I think a number of them were sick a handful of them. We're sick because they were doing this this tour they were hitting the mid western city every night. Yes. An air on buses, and I think they were sick. Extremely extremely cold, weather and buddy, Holly rented at chartered a plane, right? Waylon jennings. Yes, almost got a coin flip away. Waylon was in the story. Somehow. Right. You've been a coin flip away. He lost. The you lost the coin flip, and he had to take the boat wonder who who do you lose the point who the the the coin flip was was off with well unless buddy house. Parentally unless buddy Holly was extremely fair. He did charter the plane. So he wasn't gonna stay right. So it either be Ritchie Valentine's for the big Bopper. Yeah. Looked it up. It was Ritchie Valens. Yes. Ritchie Valens who sang. La bomba. No, sure. And oh, Donna and my favorite fifty song of all time. Let's go. Let's let's go the in there. There was an interesting twist coming out of that too. Because I think buddy Holly's wife was pregnant. She hurt. Her name was she heard this news. She heard about a buddy death on the news. And she. When she was informed of his death. She miscarried a few days later, and that is when the FAA adopted a policy to not disclose VICTIMS Names until next of kin have been informed. You know, that didn't know that anything else you found on this day. Well, there are a lot of interesting people who have birthdays today. I have I have the I have the best of all time. But you go ahead Ferdinand Magellan. He was born today. Fourteen eighty he did something important. He's well, his his expedition circumnavigated, the globe, he actually passed away in the Philippines on the way. So he didn't actually make the entire trip. But his ships did nice of them, by the way. You're listening to six ten WTVN dilemma twenty five. On February third were coming at you lives. Attorney Brad cough, oil and attorney air quotes. And also, the snark, Mr. general user today was the birthday nineteen oh four of pretty boy Floyd noted gangs. Learn today is also the birthday of you know, I know when I grew up up in in the summers after my dad died my dad died nine and in the summers. I'd go up to Lisbon Ohio Colombian county and next door to my aunt and uncle and cousins lived a former FBI agent who was involved in the shooting of pretty boy Floyd. So he told me some stories, I don't they were you know, they they commit tall tales. I was nine ten eleven twelve years old. But. I'm surprised at how do you think? Pretty boy Floyd was when he died probably be as twenty years of the most thirty. Well, it was thirty. Anything else? Well, there was a fellow named Charles Lindbergh who was a little bit too apologetic for the national socialists for my taste. Yeah. Sluts that was his birthday today. And then to people that should be admired one, Elizabeth Blackwell the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States. When was that would have been in the nineteen twenties sometime, and then Rosa Parks was was born today. Wonderful so happy birthday to her as well. Here's what I have this. Stay in history. One of my favorite birthdays. I just discovered this today. Ping, ping, emperor of the Han. Or Han dynasty was born nine BC died. Six AD. So he's fifteen as a result of a power struggle with struggle with his brother pong. Norman Rockwell one of my favorite can actually kind of goes back to my the story of just talking about Lisbon, Ohio. My uncle was sheriff of Columbia County and Northern Rock Norman Rockwell. He did not arrest. Norman Rockwell, nor was he ever indicted, one of the few northeastern Ohio sheriffs to never come under indictment may have been interesting that was never indicted. Now, he's never investigation. But. He there's a painting of a at a diner, and it's a police officer with young boys sitting at this. This diner and the stools, and it's very evocative to me of my childhood up in Lisbon in with my uncle, but Norman Rockwell Americana very much. So Norman Rockwell was born in eighteen ninety four died nineteen seventy eight. And then I did find two amendments to the United States constitution were ratified today. The fifteenth amendment was ratified in eighteen seventy graciously guaranteeing voting rights to all males. Yes. Very generous congress and then in nineteen thirteen the sixteenth amendment. United States constitution ratified authorizing wet general. I'm sorry to say the sixteenth amendment the sixteen th amendment would be the. Income tax, correct. The federal government to impose and collect income tax, and they promised it would never go above two percent. Yes. Well, the dams we're gonna talk about the Dem's losing their their stinking minds after the break, but nineteen Forty-five check this out World War Two operation. Thunderclap one thousand be seventeens bombed Berlin a thousand beasts seventeens during the daytime. Wow. I mean cheese. It just think about that. My mother-in-law remain. She rest in peace survived. The London bombing. She was a a young teen age girl in London, and when the Germans bombed London, and she spent much of her time in the tunnels when the air raid sirens came on, and and when she died, I I looked up a map of the bombings of London. There was the map was just covered with red dots. You just the amount of the bombshells that were dropped on London were just it actually see it on a map. It's just amazing. Using Frank serpico was shot during a drug bust in Brooklyn in nineteen seventy-one later testified against police corruption. And.

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"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ferdinand magellan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We talking about a film? No, it's not. It's not a film a film. No. This is a play. No. And I can give you a clue. This is a person whose actual name is rather difficult to pronounce. Oh, it's getting it is getting an award for some kind of humanitarian award as the speech continues. Yeah. But don't forget that. There are many children many children, many men and women who got what you have. This is somebody to pronounce name who saved the children. We gave an award to rebel still get excellent gas. And we'll toss it, oh, this is a humanitarian award it is humanitarian award. But I'm going to toss it over to the other side for Mother Theresa Mother Teresa's Grutter to racist right from her nineteen seventy nine Nobel peace. Prize acceptance speech, Nancy, okay. These last two acceptance speeches yours and berries are somewhat older. I rejoice that I can now speak to you all wherever you may be greeting old friends in distant lands, and as I hope new friends in those parts where it has not yet. Been my good fortune to go Ferdinand Magellan. I was thinking of Admiral beard, but this is the acceptance of an award, and no it's not really the acceptance. Gratitude. Ingratitude and there's a bit of a clue in there about how I can now. Speak radio is about radio. Very good. So it's an FDR with the fireside chats. No is it is it Winston Churchill Winston Churchill, but you are on the right side of a large body of water..

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