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Travelers Fume at UK Move to Keep Restrictions on France
"Tourists under the travel industry a venting frustrations and anger off to Britain's government reversed a plan to ease travel restrictions on fronts just two days after they would do to start Boris Johnson's team say people arriving from Franz nama sold isolate for ten days on entering Britain even if they're fully vaccinated the announcement comes just days off with the government said fully vaccinated British residents will no longer face quarantine starting Monday when arriving from dozens of countries cost us bowl medium on Britain's traffic like system of coronavirus risks Georgina Thomas a petition us visiting her parents in Franz says she's frustrated with the inconsistent approach the government seems to be taking it doesn't all appear logical she says I'm Charles collect as much
What's Going on With Chelsea?
"Dawn. Let's chelsea school goals. Tommy abrahams their second top score on six. He's not even play for three or four months. he can't even make the matchday squad. This ridiculous scenario where. Georgina is their highest goalscorer on seven penalty. So you can imagine what was going to be doing in the summer. And that's definitely sonnen the striker before we take a look at who he might sign. Stephen you look at eleven verner pulisic. Mount should be enough in front. Three alone is that to get goals enough ability there the whenever any of them get more than the gone streak may be in score. Goals vendor. Didn't start the season. The problem is none of them. We would tab nutshell go school not sure furnishes and tha- really is the only problem that chelsea have you know and gold defensively in the middle of the great things until it comes to putting the ball in the net and it's absolutely hamstring in the book as it has to be a real funny show and i can't think of i talk class furniture other guero who ships to be going elsewhere now that they could go and get
"georgina" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"In when he went to college and he's his father similar to what are you gonna may journey said English in his father goes. What are you gonna do sell letters right. So he moves to california and he becomes a very successful tv writer. He's making so much money and he else's daddy because you're not gonna believe what letters going for such a great story. That's a great story. I i i may i may have to quote you you just you can you can. You may well. I really appreciate talking to us. I could talk about writing. It's not really what the podcast is exactly. But it's yes like. I love it. It's just the idea of communication and that's really a big thing. You know that skill the ability to communicate not just facts but feelings and emotions and desire that's that is an ability that never gets old never goes away and it's just really That's the gift you know. It's hard to hurt really when you when you get down to the to the basic you know when you read something that moves you in any direction. That's that's a good thing My opinion i and. I think that that is seems what you're trying to convey to your students. I think that's yeah exactly and that's my praise for you. Thank you well. I i just want to thank you for your time and your insight and all your wonderful work that you're doing at berkeley and If you're a student at berkeley listening to this tape. Georgina clicks classes. She's third creative writing. it's disability studies. How could that not help you. Folks it asked. Thank you and i can. I get a commission on the enrollment. Yeah i know if only they come into the room and hand me dollar bills you know. It doesn't work like that. It doesn't work that way but Yeah anyway. I'll have a beautiful day and thank you for your time. It's much appreciated. Okay well it was great to talk to you and send my regards to sasha you will. We'll have have have a fantastic day too much appreciation for you folks listening to the exploding human hope. You enjoyed this episode. I sure enjoyed talking to georgina. Cle- big thanks to you georgina. League please check out some of her videos on youtube. They're really great in can get some more insight into the kinds of writing that she does particularly when she reads from her book blind rage which is One of my favorite Youtube videos that. I watched her. I hope y'all have a great day. Thank you very much..
EU regulator says AstraZeneca vaccine 'safe and effective'
"The european medicines agency has concluded that the astra zeneca covid nineteen vaccine is safe and effective. A review of the job came after thirteen states suspended. Its use over. Fears of linked to blood clots. But the now says the vaccine is not linked with a higher risk of clots. Well for more. I'm joined from brussels by darren. Mccaffrey the political editor euronews. A darn good morning to you and thanks for joining us with the doubts then about the vaccine. Will this kind all started last week or georgina. A in italy and austria where the reports of suspected blood clots for people who received that vaccine in fact amand had died in those extended to norway last weekend's and more importantly specifically to germany on monday and that led to a whole swathe of countries at particular the big four in the european union. It's the spain and france and germany deciding to suspend the use of the astrazeneca vaccine on what they call the precautionary principle so just in case essentially and that meant that the em aid and investigated these claims and yesterday. She said e kook. The director insisted that the vaccine was safe and effective. They said they couldn't find any link at all between an increase in blood clots and the vaccine however they did also that they couldn't rule arts at that there may be one specific type. Ucla cloth that has seen an increase and they couldn't rule out that that might be linked to it book again. Mccook pointed all medicine. All medicine has got side effects. You pick up a box of paracetamol at. You'll see that. In the most extreme circumstances it is possible. You might a reaction to its the point. Is that risk does not outweigh the benefits of this vaccine is the ema insisted yesterday. There are houses of people dying every day today tomorrow the next day across europe from corona virus and that this vaccine will help save lives or stop people getting ill. It will stop the main open hospital. It will stop them dying. And that's why they have consistently said that countries should have carried on using the astrazeneca vaccine an interest in the of course while not all countries stopped it for example they didn't hear belgian said. It would be irresponsible to do so. It is interesting the eu countries. Listen to the european medicines agency yesterday but ignored advice all week. The advice consistently has been not to stop the use of the astrazeneca vaccine. And i mean it just seems such a giant waste of time in terms of a race that everybody is trying to keep up with to suspend this for four really what has appeared to be no reason i mean as any woman knows taking the contraceptive pill as a much higher. Incidence of blood clots. Indeed i think from their point of view and this is where it gets complicated here in european union. Of course you've got european agency which is kind of the overarching body that authorizes drugs and authorized vaccines but you then also have national regulators. Who essentially gets to decide how those rules applied or or whether a member state should've finds by those rules when it comes to germany and where we saw a whole swathes countries at backing germany. The was the principal. There's also concerns about potential legal action because ultimately this is a state authorized vaccine service ad. That's been offered obviously to every german. And i think there was concern. That even could be farmed and they had data evidence to say that the wasn't increase increasing site. When it came to one specific type of blood clots the wilkinson's that may well open the german state of legal action and they wanted it to be investigated but yet. In retrospect all men many of these member states looking back. I answer that decision and decided it was the right one to do. Given the unfair. I would suggest damage reputation of astra zeneca for a whole load of ruse reasons across the eu and the damage that might do to the overall vaccine program. I'm not entirely sure was the right thing to
"georgina" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"It's five episodes and yes now people a little bit more amazing. Yeah linked definitely link that in the show nights one. Listen sounds amazing. this book. i'm doing the comes out in april which walking on on it's it's not been announced yet really but it's cool blackout tape world and it's all about how to travel as a black woman and includes with my recommendations places are going to and sort of like a critical series of essays on traveling as black females that combined his law in the uk. Darko so make excited for that. That site brilliant so needed as well. Yeah also like the joy that comes from being able to blend in and explore desperate communities as the black female and we'll bring you on yet will the great places that you could go regardless of a gas rationing county's largest places in the book the aunts of groups own status travelers is women or west to travel is black female. I think those lists can be reductive. Try ruled out but will have a critical aspects to the realities. Trump is not sounds amazing. I love that because you know when you go somewhere and you just want to pretend you live the league in you're like this is the point. I want to be here. Just completely live this life for a few weeks months. Yeah i think also well as travelers you do get that dot. Privileged of passing is one thing and switching back to something else when you show your possible. You speak english so going to these spaces and being able to blend in was ready reopening just told me a lot about identity in general i love that. Well thank you so much talking about the book. I finished reading it last night. So so fresh in my mind. I was just a treat gets told you about it yet. Thank you thank you for having me. Yeah it's been really great and really interesting. Considering we met at melissa etheridge actually in two thousand fifteen miles an Also such a reminder that sounds cliche but you never know what anyone's going through parts in the book where you're at an internship. Maybe during a time where we met a new going through some really really hard stuff. So i'm so glad that The in this book and that you have your damn what you're doing. Now thank you. That means a lot. Yes to to get everything out and to stay so the reaction to the can yet really nonstop into the come full circle. Nice congratulations and everyone listening. And the burke. He might regret that he very.
Chelsea cruise to victory over woeful Spurs to pile pressure on Mourinho
"Plenty to get to. But only one place to start spurs chelsea in the premier league and it's chelsea away from home getting a one. Nothing win the only goal in the match from the penalty spot jorgihno converts as chelsea picks up three big points that moves them up to six table. Four points. out of the top four spurs still stuck in a joining us for more. You're getting klinsmann and don hutchison. You're gonna start with you. Every time we evaluate spurs of late. I feel like the first question. Is we're spurs bad or was their opponent good. How do you break it down today. will you know me. I try to keep everything positive. When it's about spurs but a have be on today it's really difficult especially i forty five minutes to first. Half chelsea completely outplayed spurs. They got the lead with the penalty cake from georgina. Well-deserved served lead Spurs never created anything. The first forty five minutes. I mean their front line with the san benito's of burg line was pretty much not on the field and then they got a little bit more even in the second half I think chelsea should have been a little bit more. Clinical more decisive that could have scored a second or third one. That didn't do that. And that broad the spurs the last couple of minutes of the game back in the game and and they almost got venecia's there are almost had The win after the equalising header. Then it would have been one one and everybody would have asked well. It's not so bad. But i think it was a clearly well-deserved chelsea win Obviously that takes spurs now far away from the top spot via remain citizens. I think it's now fourteen points or something which makes a lot of spurs fans really happy today but Compliments to chelsea
Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies
"The national native news on tonia gonzales washington state attorney general bob ferguson announced. The state is suing the federal government to stop. Its plans to sell the national archives building in seattle the government which ship off digitize records to archive centers out of state as steve jackson reports. Tribal nations are among those that. Want the information to stay in the pacific northwest. Bob ferguson says. The plan violates current law. Because there's an exemption for buildings the archive being put up for sale if it's used for specific types of research in addition he says the federal government didn't consult with those who would be impacted by the closure that includes twenty nine native american tribes have signed onto the suit. Fawn sharp is the president of the chronology indian nation. She says native americans in the northwest are seeing a resurgence of language and culture and the archive is a vital source for information leading to a point of just having a basic understanding of this rich and baskets and if if this information were to ever leave the pacific northwest there would be a loss gnarly his tribal nation. It'd be lost entire at pacific northwest and put a price on a value of what those are. House at tribal nations ferguson says the suit seeks an injunction to stop the sale of the building. He hopes the case will receive an expedited hearing in federal court for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane leaders and tribal communities are getting creative to encourage uptake of the cove. Nineteen vaccine the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports. The northern arapaho tribe has been hit hard by the pandemic and many tribal members are eager to be vaccinated. That's according to lisa. You're walking with the tribes medical clinic. However there are some that do have questions she says. Clinic staff have been fielding those questions via social media. And they've been getting help from arapahoe. Ceremonial elders like george moss. Who agreed to get the first shot in to have it. Broadcast live on facebook people. To have mr moss him so i can take the vaccine is speaks volumes tribes like the navajo nation had council members get vaccinated on camera. The black feet nation in montana is using the black veep language to counter misinformation and educate members about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine for the mountain west news bureau. I'm savannah mar georgina. Lewis from alabama pueblo in new mexico intends to run for congress. The five term state democratic lawmaker and attorney is joining the race for the anticipated of the first congressional district currently held by deb holland holland. Who's a member of laguna pueblo has been picked by the biden harris team for secretary of the interior. If holland's confirmed the state would call for a special election wants the. Us house vacancy occurs with candidates nominated by major political parties in new mexico on her campaign website. Lewis says she's been a tireless champion for the earth people and future generations and would continue. The fight holland began holland. Strong advocate for native american issues environmental issues and missing and murdered indigenous women and girls rancher and indigenous rights advocate carry. Dan has died in nevada. At the age of eighty eight democracy now reports kerry and her late sister. Mary long fought the federal government over land rights and environmental issues. The western shoshoni sisters were committed to protecting their way of life and the rights of their people fighting for land back and land restoration from poisoning. Their legal and political battles began in the nineteen seventies and they spent their lives advocating for indigenous rights. I antonio
A Weekend Of Chaos In Britain
"Been a weekend of chaos. in britain. the prime minister. Boris johnson gave a press conference on saturday which kick started a chain of events that is now being felt worldwide launch price former communications director at number ten downing street joins me now and monaco own editorial director tyler overlay is on the line from our studio launch. If we could begin with you can you talk us through. What's happened since saturday afternoon. Well basically christmas in britain has not quite been canceled. But it's come pretty close to it and it's enfold a pretty massive change of direction if not u-turn by the british government only on wednesday of last week. The prime minister was saying it would be inhuman draws people to cancel that christmas plans And then on saturday. He was forced to do a news conference in which he said that that is exactly what he was asking them to do. So that now people in in this country because of this new variant of covid nineteen essentially will be asked to just see a small number of people depending on where they live in the country on one day only on christmas day and then of course. We learned yesterday overnight. that's because of this New variant which is understandable because in great concern around the world. People struggled to see whether or not they have already with a. If they haven't they can they can contain the to prevent it coming. In from the united kingdom of borders closed all over the place huge queues to lorries trying to get to the at channel pulse dover in in particular where the crossing is to france and The french assigned that they won't take any huge queues at the an railway stations that get out of london and also chaos at the airports with likes being canceled to just about every destination you can of and it's hard to keep track of all the buddhas being closed at the moment. Tyler could bring you in here. What is the european view. We'll good afternoon georgia. European is one of not just canceling flights and cancelling connections. But also what we're seeing now. are now new quarantines going up so you know brits and also we also focused on maybe on a territory close to your heart or close to your heart also south africa as well because south africa is very much in the news as well it it. It is really in line with the uk as another country. is seeing outright bans on all travelers arriving whether the company from cape town or Or johannesburg into germany into switzerland and elsewhere as well so you have mean proper borders closes. It looked to for that moment. Yesterday we saw the dutch saying that. Okay airlinks We're going to be suspended but now we're looking at you. No one is allowed to arrive. in many countries the uk. And as you said almost minute by minute there are new measures going by countries across the continent here I mean lance one of your former colleagues listed campbell says it looks like the whole country is being put in brexit four by the rest of the world when incompetence meets venality and covert and brexit combined to expose the worst possible government at the worst possible. Time which you agree has this been woefully mishandled. Mile does have a way with words doesn't he. And he's absolutely right to in pretty much. Everything within the he says. Of course you have to separate this from from brexit brexit the final brexit deadline. Which is the thirty first of january. Hasn't yet hit us but as honestly suggests it's a taste of what we thought who's going to come anyway and he's also right to say that it raises a big question over the competence of the government other new variant of covid. Nineteen isn't boris johnson. Falls it's not anybody's walton in the in the british government but their reluctance to recognize. What so many other people around the world were recognizing and what their own scientific medical devices with telling them. Which was that the original plan for a five day. Christmas virtual virtually a free for all in the uk was just madness to only for that only to dawn on them on saturday. In the light of the new virus i think does call call call into question their their competence the end of the year when actually frankly dot competence has been called into question many times. I mean you think that johnson used the fact of the new variant to excuse his u-turn and was that then the perfect excuse for european borders to to fall like dominoes and shut us off physically from the block. Is there a little bit of perhaps schadenfreude going on here. We'll do spend a lot of speculation today georgina. You look at a number of different european news. Outlets are we also heading for some type of emergency extension Which could potentially happen. Which would again this would be of. Course be you know the perfect measure You have this new strain. You have borders. Of course being closed eros suspended cetera There there's no better excuse to if they wanted to kick this into the grass. I mean no one wants this But certainly you have to think here we have incredibly busy government Who have to deal with logistics issues. they have to deal with A media and public storm around this. I think we could be could be heading for certainly if you're listening to a lot of the correspondence at have brussels today. Maybe an extension talking about those logistical issues. Lonzo i mean. There are serious concerns about supply chains. How will the border closures affect availability of because then indeed traffic. Kent is already gridlocked in terms of traffic coming into the uk. Of course the roots are still open. If people wish to use those rates as a question ma about whether eu holiest would want to send their vehicles into the uk If they didn't get out again especially in the run-up to christmas and the other thing to remember is that a quite a lot quite a high percentage of trade across the english channel is unaccompanied freight. So it goes in containers dr flirt. It's picked up on the other side so there's no physical as a human being crossing with it and that can continue so the supermarkets and the many people in industry. I'll say don't panic yet. But we may be days away from them saying actually. Now's the time to panic I mean tyler is britain and by extension boris johnson. The sick man of europe. Is this an unprecedented crisis. Could we compare it to. I don't know one thousand nine hundred nine well if you look at some of the headlines in the papers certainly in the german press. We've been seeing the word pariah state being used at. This is not something that you throw around lightly georgina and of course. Adrian has lancer as well. You're there've been so many missteps on the part of this government of boris johnson's government over the last year You know just you fits and starts Throats and certainly near the stop start notion of of how to deal with this and then there's just the pure calms issue that you had the health secretary matt hancock. You're really using the words out of control. No one wants to be quoted and heard to be using the world words out of control. But that's of course what is what is popping up in the media all over the place so this is very much a situation Which is a on number ten. Watch and i really. I mean unfortunate viewing You know when we have just a little over week to run to the end of the year absolutely. I mean the whole thing about boris. Johnson is his popularity. He's been trying to do everything. Save christmas to just remain popular. He's he's a brinkman he makes. He puts off decisions until the last possible moment. He's had to do this thing he didn't want to do. What does this mean for his future. Well it certainly calls into question. I think quite a lot of wiser heads in the conservative party. A wondering about the man that elected as their leader elected him as the leader essentially because he was offering a clean break with the party's and and with the country's past as a member of the european union but there were a lot of alarm bells were ringing even before he was elected leader of the conservative party so prime minister about whether he had the kind of character to do the job. Not as those questions are even more relevant today but one aspect of his character is an shown this time and time and time again is that he thinks he can get away with almost anything so things he said in the past that might have ruined other people's political raise. He shrugged them off with a joke or or a struggle. Whatever it whatever it may be decision sees a potential scandals in his private and professional life. He thinks he can trump the more often. Just get on with it. And i think that Which is a kind of you know. Fly by the seat of your pants. Premiership simply isn't up to the task that now faces and and we're we're finding that out and a lot of people paying the price for it absolutely tolerate wonder. If i could just end with you. I don't know how much of an astronomer who are but saturn jupiter comes closest. They've been in almost four hundred years today. The the two giants of the solar system will be just not point one degrees part in the night sky that makes them appear to be one bright star just about the moon the great conjunction as it's being called also coincides with the winter solstice. Now we all know what happened. Two thousand and twenty years ago when there was a bright star. Do you think this is a potent from the heavens. Are we to expect the second coming or the end of days. I think we were corresponding last night. Georgina did use the word biblical then. So i didn't know if that's sort of foxfire. D'you into into that orbit certainly feels like that with this. It is really a convergence on on so so so many levels. I mean if you if you break this down thinking about the the the the ongoing political story that we've had around brexit Really pretty much a year that we've now been dealing with at least global level with this pandemic And then all of these other we call them niggly. Bits that are also I think surrounding the uk at the moment As well so this will be on. This will be revisiting. The story of sure later today and we'll be talking about it across the week for sure. Absolutely and i think just to tear each other up if we could schedule a zoom call later where we both sing. Tutsi-run emma sheet. Is christmas eve That would go some way to alleviating the absolutely. I think that's going to have to be heavily on the playlist this afternoon. We'll look forward to chatting later. Thank you very much to tyler and to launch price
Brexit negotiations extended
"The brexit negotiations have been extended. It's been a tense weekend of talks which ended without a resolution except that the teams will continue to bargain. Darn mccaffrey's urine news political editor. Ann joins me now. Darna blustery man and a crumpled face and impeccably turned out an utterly composed woman libertine and lutheran images of boris johnson's meeting with usher underlying dominated the front pages and it seemed to me at least pretty much characterize the tone of the brexit negotiations. So can you tell us what happened over the weekend will in many ways. Of course the talks restarted. Again as you say. After that meeting with vonda line and boris johnson in brussels on wednesday nights they did seem not make an awful awful lot of extra progress. They inched forward to a large degree editor. Tina particularly in this area of the level playing field dot es britain would have to adhere to many of the rules and regulations of the european union for years to come that wants to have access to the single market particularly on this idea of divergence. Oh britain wants to forge. Don't power in the world committee regards. That's what brexit is. All rexiti is all about was the european union since she says well. If you do that that means consequences. It means. We may well the limit your access to the single market and the have been suggestions that it britain diverged. Too far the cop. Some of those rules and regulations that brussels could put on what a cold kind of like tariffs taxes on some of its goods to try and keep it into line. And that's been the really controversial area on that point. Europe seems to be conceding some ground that may be britain might be able to reciprocate by doing exactly the same to the eu all that the independent all between posts deciding if britain is undercut those regulations. That in the end that process is a bit more complicated and drawn out and then the eu it initially anticipated all although that's an awful lot of detail on what is a minor point there are still these inefficient gaps but there is a sign of progress and the reason that the talks continued. Go beyond yesterday is done to kind of to simple reasons. A neither side wants to be seen to walk away from these talks. Georgina no wants to collapse them. Because ultimately they'll always be a blame game about who brought about the no deal brexit and second of all you know it may well bore us all to death and there's no home and carry on talking no one loses so why not talk until the cows come home or indeed the. We're not allowed fireworks in us even till they're crackers get pulled. Whatever happens on new year's eve this year. So i mean the talks could actually go on until the deadline which is the thirty first of december. We'll in practical terms not really. Id so that the front pages of today's daily telegraph suggests that talks could carry on until new years. That's the headline. at least though. It doesn't suggest what year which is likely distancing. No i in theory. And i think we all kind of i keep saying this into the last week. I was told last week by an eu diplomat that were looking at the eighteenth around the as well as the last days to secure agreement because then we really all pushing the envelope in terms of actually just having time at all for both the european parliament and the british folder to ratify this agreement. Because it will have to be. There is a deal will need to be ratified by both parliaments. Not there is talk and with the eu everything is flexible that potentially it could be agreed by e you leaders and ratified provisionally in the new year. So almost in retrospect. I'm not entirely sure that can happen with the uk parliament but you know talks will continue at some stage. Somebody's gonna have to make a decision though. I mean they cannot continue indefinitely. And as you've said as the telegraph suggested they definitely cannot continue beyond news because of the legal deadline that is in place. But i mean there are also things like for instance tax systems need more than a fortnight to boot up to change various things. We're also being told that supermarkets have been ordered to stock up the goods. In event of a no deal will cost twenty percent more that there are interim measures to keep planes flying and so on. I mean there's so much detail that needs to be worked out the things that are really interesting about this first of all even if there is a deal it's only really covering about twenty cents of the existing rules and normality. That's already in place which means that's eighty. Percents is either having to be made up by changes that businesses are having to make stuff that you and i won't see but will cost them time and money and additionally the will be disruption because of course will be extra checks at borders particular over in calais and that means that we will see many more pictures of those lorries cues them for after aftermarket after mile. And you're right. We all still likely to see an increase in food prices to a degree. If there is no deal that gets worse because the tariffs potentially william place will be in place sterling will potentially fall even further on those two factors will mean that food prices will likely increase the destruction means that supermarkets already ordering goods talk about destruction to medical supplies and also in the amended. No deal as you rightly dives there will still have to be many deals. Don't breakneck speed to ensure that you know planes continue to be able to fly into european espace. That lorries are able to even enter the opinion so even if there is no overall trade agreements that will still have to be some deals just to make sure that things carry on beyond the. I generally in a relatively normal way now. What about the navy. The royal navy has been told that it should patrol to police channel waters To to stop illegal fishing as it may well be by then Charles michel the president of the european council referring to that said the britain was not lose. Its cooling. Go overboard he said. I'm trying to be serious on the european side. At least we keep our sang for. Yeah i think we'll see what happens with the role now. I mean even in the event of not we'll see what happens with the law. Maybe i'm sure they will patrol and all we're going to get into fish wars that we saw. I think it was back in the nineteen seventies involving iceland's when it really did get a bit nasty and ships were sunk certainly pretty badly damaged in wars over fishing there. You have to remember the european union in its deal contingency. Planning junior suggested that. If britain bolts these breakneck speeds kind of temporary deals. That i was talking about when it comes to the ability to move call goran or indeed planes that they would have to concede that the current agreement on fishing would continue for at least another year. Which makes me think that in the ends. That probably was likely to happen. Not least of all as well because we have to remember no deal. I deal on. Fishing may be banned from both sides and fishing but no deal is also bad. And i'm not entirely sure that the fishing communities of the east coast of england or northern france. Want no deal either. Because that may mean they don't have access to each other's waters but given the acrimony were to see in the nastiness in no deal. Brexit may will also mean that those uk fishermen for example will not be able to sell the fish to the european market.
Michael Flynn: Trump pardons ex-national security adviser
"Former. Us national security adviser. Michael flynn who was convicted during the justice department inquiry into alleged russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election has been pardoned by president. Donald trump trump called his own action. A great honor whilst house speaker. Nancy pelosi called it an act of grave corruption and abrazen brazen abuse of power. Well which is it. And what kind of precedent does it set. Let's get the opinion of scott lucas professor of us. Politics at the university of birmingham scott. Good morning to you. Good morning do remind us of flynn's short-lived term. I think it was just three weeks in the white house. Well while it was only three weeks in the white house there was an import run up to the while he was on the trump campaign in two thousand sixteen. Because michael. Flynn lied to the fbi on two occasions and pleaded implied pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi about a number of conversations. He had with the russian ambassador. Sergei kislyak and december two thousand sixteen. Why were those conversations important because they were about an incoming trump administration lifting sanctions on russia. That had just been imposed by president. Barack obama over moscow's interference in the two thousand sixteen election and interference which of course favoured donald trump. So the was that that michael flynn on behalf of the trump campaign or trump transition was trading immediate political favors in exchange for russia's help The initially the trump administration tried to keep planning office in january february two thousand and seventeen but he had to be sacrificed trump's trying to create a firewall to prevent further investigation. That investigation didn't stop of course accommodated in the miller report which found that there was cooperation between the trump folks and the russians but the right wing insisted and kept pressing trump. You must pardon. Michael flynn he became like this icon for the misinformation that this was all a deep state plot to overthrow the president and we do at some point. That trump would probably pardon fled. It just so happens to come. Easy as trump is trying to cling onto the white house after losing the election in november. We'll see what kind of precedent does this set. I mean do you think that we'll see trump do similar in this. Lame duck period. Oh yeah i think there will be more. And i think that's for a couple of reasons but first let me remind you. That is not just that michael. Flynn actually lied to the fbi about the russia case. It's also that michael flood may have faced prosecution over being an unregistered agent for a foreign power. Taking hundreds of thousands of dollars shrunk turkey and russia for his work while he was on the trump campaign to the extent of making on voice of the turkish government. About extraditing a cleric who is considered an opponent of president aired on And that michael. Flynn was making more money of trying to get nuclear power plants for saudi arabia while he was on the trump campaign and the trump administration In other words trump is willing to give flint a pass for that for two reasons. One he wants to bury the trump russia a fair and trump still faces possible charges over obstruction of justice over trump russia. And secondly michael. Flynn could testify against donald trump in a number of proceedings that are ongoing at state and federal level. Trump wants to cut off that possibility. But you know what michael not. The only person who could testify against donald trump avoid that possibility and of course after trump's term ends in january. He is as you say likely to face. Many legal challenges is there any way he can preemptively. Pardon himself no. We don't think so. I mean no president has tried to pardon himself so we're on noodle legal ground but mostly glands say no that power can't be used to get yourself off the hook what donald trump could do however days before january twentieth. Joe biden takes office resign. Let mike pence become president mike pence pardons donald trump. That is an extraordinary scenario to to think of if it didn't happen in the interest of a united america do you think joe biden might pardon trump if he is convicted. I don't think biden will pardon trump because the scale of the abuse of power by trump as well as the possible crimes is is great probably greater than that of richard nixon in the nineteen seventies. But i what. I do think joe biden will do as is that he will not possibly. He will not push the justice department To do federal investigations in other words. Trump is in sort of a limbo but of lambeau at the federal level. However what joe biden can't do is issue commands to the new york state prosecutors who were compiling a series of cases against what would then be the former president and i mean. Do you seriously think that we could be looking at a feature where donald trump is behind bars. Look georgina there are many things that have happened. We could not visit for years. So i i wouldn't rule anything out at this point. I think donald trump's gonna go kicking and screaming and he as we've seen with his dispute of the election results. His attorneys will drive this out as long as possible. So trump might avoid prison but to avoid prosecution. Now i think even the donald can't get away with that scott lakers. Thanks very much
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Interview with Amir Khan
"Dot Com. Thank you so much for for coming on the show. Georgina. Thank you for having me on. Now this is a fascinating book because it's also about your life and the human connections and you speak about the impact, the Sir, your gp Dr George had on your family growing up how important was he a role model for you in your career? Dodger George was was like a really big part of our family life ready because my mom, my mom holds doctors in really high regard. From a working customary, my mom worked away at from a cleaner to a social worker. My Dad was a bus driver and so doctors were really revered. Dr George will issue with the lady she was fear degeorge and. She she was just like the pinnacle of everything my. Doctor should be she. She knew is really well, she knew individually, she asked about those when we went to see her, she's got other family members that nick without really kind of old fashioned family. That we all kind of dream of having which is really hard to kind of get. But. But you know it was really important and I I really I remember really clearly when when Dr George Retired and she had a bit of a tea party in the waiting room. which which again, we never do that now. Kind of infection control Pepsi's but but she had she had a tea party patients mom will have wedding sorry to it was such a big deal and. I remember getting dressed up putting going to erase accuse US really sad but really excited to be invited to this. You know it was that kind of movement that I thought. Wow you know don't just can have a real impact on people's lives particularly cheap please we don't often hear about that side from from General Practitioner we a lot of the drama we imagine happens in hospital and a lot of impact league we imagine happens in hospital, but so much can happen in general position in the community. Absolutely. It's an completely integral part of our day. To Day life is not by my mother was a doctor and she was talking about how things had changed. She was a doctor for fifty years and she said one thing she really noticed now is that that people never touched you she says her main job as GP was to lay her hands on people and for people to feel that contact and cheap felt when she was a patient in her later years that just never really happened. No. No I trained GP's as well at she. I G P now full for over ten years have been adopted for. Sixty years I think now and you know you have to gauge the situation. It's not. We don't touch people complete know if if there's an elderly lady, an elderly person, you're a child. Gentle handle may have this is always you knew appropriate as needed. We go to be very careful of course, and I were give advice to my GP trainees but you're absolutely right things have have changed and there's a lot of pressure on GP's now not just through the volume of demand also the volks ticking exercise and when when it's just the doctor and the patient when it's just me and my patient in the room that coal pot of general hasn't changed in all the years that it's been around but it's everything else around not not puts pressure on that situation and can take away from those nuances are so important. Now you'll book the doctor will see now follows your fifteen years working as a GP from rookie to becoming a partner in one of the busiest surgeries it tell me about the surgery and and you're working. Patton, there, I mean, presumably the numbers are pretty overwhelming. Yes. So so it is the Biz in in inner city Bradford and we have a very kind of multicultural patient base, which is, which is brilliant. It's why I wanted to work. we have twenty, five, thousand patients registered our our our practice is incredibly jaws can. Before then there's always a big cured stations has a big rush on the phones when when the phone lines open and with admits, Yoyo Clinic lists will be full than extras will be added on because patients need to be seen, and so from the moment you get it and it doesn't matter how you getting nearly bad and I get in very early about seven quarter seven the minute you get working flat-out right through to the end of the day. But you I say all of this in my book, the kind of things that that really helps you keep you going mongst pressure is is your colleagues. Michael. Just amazing. I. Asked I went with some of the best GP's and I. Them every day the best nurses again, I learn from them as well and it makes a big difference in friends outside of work and I think that's really helped me because he is so much about GP's bailing out healthcare professionals bidding out and I think that would be a real risk if I didn't have the support of my colleagues in the friendships of my of my colleagues and so that makes a big difference for me,
Interview with Sue Armstrong
"This is monocle reads on Georgina Godwin, and today I'm speaking to sue Armstrong Science writer broadcaster and a foreign correspondent. He's worked everywhere from Brussels to South Africa. She's been a consultant writer for the World Health Organization for more than twenty five years and written extensively on all areas of health and science. Her latest book is borrowed time the Science of how and why we age. Sue Welcome to the program. Thank you very much and be with you if we could start with a really basic question what is aging? You say it's a really basic question. It's a very good question but I mean, that's it's really difficult to know because there lots of different definitions and they keep changing over the years. Very interesting. Actually some people say, Oh, it's dying from the inside out some people say it's genetically driven. Some people say it's just wear and tear some people actually even go far as to say aging is a disease and I remember the first time I heard somebody say that I wrote my eyes and thought. Oh goodness. It's like everything else like birth and things like that. The scientists are coming in and medicalising the whole thing. But in fact, I came round to seeing their point of view on that to quite an extent by the end of my interviewing and so on. But basically, it happens to all of us but one of the great mysteries of aging is the fact that you look at a whole range of different species in so many different lifespans including some creatures. which seemed to be almost immortal things like that it'll hydra that we used to find when in pond water and look at under the microscope and sort of early biology lessons and so on. I'm to be almost immortal. So it's to a great extent. It's a mystery and there are still quite a number of different theories of what exactly it is. So let's look at the impact that it has on the body and the diseases that is ultimately responsible for. Yes I think going back to this whole question about what is aging. This also comes down to the diseases I think the definition that's most or the explanation that's most widely accepted at the moment is one called. The disposable Soma theory, which basically translates into ordinary language as built in obsolescence, and how it works is this that it takes an awful lot of energy and resources to build and maintain a body such as and in the end nature doesn't care about US individuals are tall nature. Whole purpose is to ensure the survival of the species, not us as individuals, and so most of the effort goes into ensuring that our Jones sells the sperm and the are immortal and can get passed on from one generation to the next and our bodies nature's invested in the sort of. Mechanisms for repair and maintenance to keep us going to we've grown up being able to pass on our genes and bring up the next generation nurture the next generation to it's on its feet, and then after that may Chazan got too much use for us and the repair mechanisms in our body, which is I say are extremely expensive in terms of resources and so on. Resources would have been very difficult to come by in our earliest for our earliest ancestors, those sort of rundown, and it is the gradual loss of maintenance inefficiency of maintenance and repair that seems to be at the root of aging. So now, a lot of the research seems to be lumped in with pseudoscience, snake oil cosmetics, and so on. Why do you think that is? Well I think. That's been a terrible problem for Gerontology, the actual science of aging because it is lumped in and it's got to be stigmatized by the snake oil salesman and saw and I think very basic this since time immemorial I mean, if you look back over centuries, people have always wanted to find the Elixir of youth and I think to a certain extent. It's that life is so rich and sweet. That people can't bear the idea of dying and a also as a as a species. We're fairly arrogant. We don't like to think that we are awful and I think it's it's been the search for immortality. This has given the Gerontology a bad name and you know it's it's really it's really a very sad because aging is massively important because you were just asking a minute ago about the diseases. Of Aging, and as I said earlier, there's some people actually call aging itself disease, and this is because the diseases that we know that we recognize very much age related things like heart disease and dementia and cancers, and diabetes, and strokes, and frailty the single biggest risk factor for all of these these diseases that we recognize very much as diseases voltage is the aging process itself. It's literally sort of. Wearing away of the body that gives rise to these diseases, and so you could save the diseases of old age are in a way just the sort of points on a spectrum, the most the most obvious and severe points on a spectrum of what is a generally debilitating and pathological process, which is the aging process.
Roberto Azevêdo quits as WTO chief a year early
"The financial analyst and broadcaster. Lewis Kipah Good morning to you. Louise Morning Georgina. Big News from the World Trade Organization. Yes so the World Trade Organization is in the midst of an existential crisis that has just been made considerably worse because the head the boss of the WTO has just stepped down Roberto as US Bit of a surprise departure the World Trade Organization's been existence for twenty five years. It's been battered by president trump's criticism. It's been facet by the China America. Trade war it's been well. It's functioning has been significantly damaged by president trump's failure to allow another judge to go into court appellate body the judges world trade disputes that that Appellate Body Body doesn't have enough judges on anymore so is failing to function and of course now we've got the krona virus which is going to cause global trade according to WTO to full by about thirty percent this year. Which is catastrophic. Global trade has been increasing gear off year after year for decades. And you've got to remember. The origins of this came out of the Second World War. The push economist may not canes out of the desire to create a way for disputes. To be. You know. Get disgust rather while than anything more serious. And I'm a believer in free trade. I'm believe with the benefit that it does to us. Free Trade and there's plenty of economic rationale for the huge benefits to be accrued for for free trade and this is really quite depressing and really quite worrying about the future of this body that has done so much to improve the economic lives of so many around the world and is there anyone in the frame to take over who would want the job. Frankly he would want I mean on top of that we've also got the row currently between trump although he seems to row with everybody and Beijing about the phase one of the China. Us trade deal and he wants to go back and negotiate it. I mean frankly. I looked today as one. Commentator said it's not worth the paper it's printed on but even so it was something that could be waived as a sign of conciliation between the two sides.
ComiCon on the radio
"And with us. Today is Dr Lee Francis the fourth he is the CEO and founder of native realities and the director of indigenous Pop X. Also here with us today to is Johnny J and She is the founder of a tribe called Geek She was also scheduled to present at indigenous. Pop Ex. My pleasure to have both of them here with us and also on introduce you to maybe a familiar voice to you. You know what I'm just going to ask him to say. Hello let's see if we can guess who he is. Sir. Please say hello. I'll give you a hint. His name starts with the Jay. Go ahead and say hello to native America. That's how you know this is live because you don't plan stuff like that We're just going to check the line again. But if you'd like to join us one eight hundred nine six two eight. Four eight is number. Let's go back to another person's whose name starts with J Johnny j In in just a little bit about you know when this focus comes to indigenous representation in pop culture how it's really critical because it leads to other things Johnny J Takeaway. Well it does You know we've always been storytellers. We've always been artists and so to see these celebrations especially I did. Did you pop x? Of Our contributions to mainstream pop culture is so wonderful. And it's also inspiring two are native us because they don't often see themselves represented and you know just like us growing up. You know they WANNA be story tellers. They WANNA be artist. They WANNA be musicians and to see themselves in that role or to see natives in that role Gives them the belief that is possible and they can pursue that and be successful and be what they want to be that there's no limits to their potential? So you know. That's one of the reasons. I really look forward to India jazz. Pop Acts and because it's just a celebration of who we are as indigenous people in our creativity and innovation So that's one of the reasons that I really love it. Because the more that we get that representation the more that we see ourselves being represented the more we believe that anything is possible for us. And so that's that's one of the things that I really love about it and I think something they is also exciting to is meeting. The different folks who were creating different things and and it goes all kinds of mediums. You know people who are doing visual arts People who are wearing wearable art People who dress up Cost play and our emulating some of the things that you read. So you like. You're really seeing the comic book characters come to life. It's really interesting Johnny Jay. Thanks for that and let me. Let me try this again. This man is so famous all he has to do is say hello. You might even know who he is. Sir. Police say hello everybody. There's a hole in my pocket. Were money she'd go. There's a whole there's a big on wall very nice. Jj can you guess who that is? Oh I know exactly did I did. That is the amazing Jonathan John. Hi everybody welcome to number ten and Jonathan You're joining us today. Out of San Antonio Texas folks who may are meeting in for the First Time. He is an actor and a musician you might know him from. King of the hill The magnificent seven and parks and recreation My pleasure to have this Donahue Mara artist here with us today and Jonathan Booy when people see you at gatherings like this they all flock. They got a million questions and they're actually meeting somebody who has a direct connection to You know what what some people call Hollywood or or the mainstream media and Jonathan. Why is it important for you to let are indigenous nations? No they have space in this big mix of stuff. I think it's very important to begin with. I mean we are the original storyteller embedded in our DNA to share our stories. This year believes is share our dreams to share our history and within an industry that is basically a storytelling business. Why not have you know the original storytellers being represented in Hollywood? You know whether it be in Film Television Radio Comics You know I I do. A couple of other. Smaller indigenous are smaller comic con. And you see so much in the marvel world you see so much in the DC or and Their whole structure I think is based on the indigenous people of the world. I MEAN WE ARE FAMILY ORIENTED. We do have superheroes AMONGST OUR OUR TRIBES. We have superheroes amongst our our storytelling. So it's for me. It's very important for people to understand that we are here We're still hiller. Still here and we will remain here in Jonathan to hold the spaces that you do especially in Hollywood is important in for you. What are some of your goals? What do you want to shake up? What do you want to bring more indigenous voice to? I WANT TO BE RECOGNIZED. Not only for my talent but I think in other indigenous people need to be recognized for their talent and understood that a lot of Hollywood is based on stereotypical Characters I mean. Our voice is usually written by someone. Who's not even part of our culture? But you'll have people like Georgina lightning. You'll have other individuals like that step. In and write the words that would be spoken by indigenous person or an idea process that that that that has our formation because I indigenous people. We think different We see things differently. And it's so important that that the mainstream people Seeing and here you know from us through us not just works at the slum non native individual gave us so For me to try to break that stereotype I mean majority of my career has been based on playing stereotypes. But there's a small window of opportunity where there's a character there's the actor and there's the person and it's so important writers directors producers. See us as a person first and then recognize as
Extreme market volatility is here to stay
"It's time to business now with the financial analysts Lewis Kipah. Good morning to you. Louise Good Morning. Gene Wilder volatility in the stock market. Yesterday tell us more about that. Yeah seems extraordinarily stock markets in the US. Close fool percent lower yesterday yet. Another crazy day. They were up six percent Monday. Tuesday Wednesday over Monday was a huge day. Oh she's a with a huge day down when staying with another huge out says they know the huge day down extreme volatility the likes of which we haven't seen since the great financial crisis so the question is what is this telling us what it's telling us is no one has a clue how the virus pays out we just don't know we know that the virus is spreading incredibly quickly. Just look at the number of people infected. Just look how quick pit spreading around the world but this sort of financial and economic data is taking. You know we'll take a long time to catch up having said that we all seen companies. You know warn about profits and Goldman and J. P. Morgan the two massive American banks this week And we have You know we know some sectors you know we talk about transportation and travel and Alan Industry the U. The US transport index shows. You quite how much you know airline stocks etc Phoolan. That's bound a twenty cent. We have a An airline industry expert record. This is GonNa hit the Allen Industry something like global industry something much of a hundred billion dollars office than starting to get the secondary and tertiary effects. You know we had TV the big UK booed cost yesterday saying but not suppo- unsurprisingly This thing in advertising and And in eight pool that thing advertising down ten percent so we know the Allens all flying though share prices are being hit but like I said we're starting to see the ripple effects through the economy. I'm not yesterday was a big shock to walk his shelves in it. For example percents. So you know in a way. The extreme volatility of the stock market's tells us the everybody doesn't know how important how significant is far. It's GONNA be And McConnell the governor of the Bank of England has been assessing how it will hit the UK economy. Yes and it was really interesting about this scene. The Federal Reserve in states emergency rate cut earlier this week. Also percentage point if you look at what the markets are expecting best adjusting. Federalists make next week as well for home. One percent interest rate cup in literally a week. Now you know and I and you're seeing central banks. Whoever the world solar that lead and yet bizarrely the Bank of England were you kind of like no no. We'll wait wait to see what the data says. Well to be honest. It's GonNa take quite some time for the economic data to catch up with the you know the very fast spreading corona virus. I mean to be fair. Connie is on his way out and we won't have any bank having the governor very very soon so maybe you know that's the point we see The Right Cup but it is quite strange that he's he's not following. What central bankers all around the world to doing Let's have a look at OPEC because announced a large production cut to support oil prices but But if a problem there with Russia soon so so oil is like a folksy for the global economy right okay. Oil used in so many ways. It's the all twice is sort of like a prop demand for oil is approx proxy the economy. So what if I told you I told you the lines? Cutting flights people are flying around the world. I'm surprisingly well. What planes us? Hey Ben jet failed. You know what we know about. You know people working from home and not getting mad cows or they're not driving to work that means less Petuous using 'cause all be things oil demand. Okay so you see the oil price cops twenty percent OPEC meeting yesterday and today. Down desperate to cools the oil price to go up heads. The Production Co. Quite a big production. Koch One and a half million barrels of oil a day but Russia thought ice came to go to to be on board. So you've got the internal politics of OPEC. The Saudis versus the Russians desperately trying to force a production Co. on Russia solace about it because they are profitable Russian oil businesses profitable as much oil price. And so so you in sort of in the background. Everything that's going on can economically. You've got this political squabble inside OPEC which could mean though I'm no production cuts a tool and not contain oil price guys. That for many of us may fill our cars. After the country pub dot would be a really good thing but It just shows a fan the ramifications of the corona virus geopolitically as well as economically Yup and finally though there is one hedge fund boss who is trying to keep the oil market going by putting his His employees into cars. Oh honestly I would swear I'm program but I don't want you to so I would just say who wrote some okay. So millions of people use the cheap everyday public transport. You do I do Georgina. I'm washing my hands. All these more regularly but you know. I'm still grazing with sheep. I think I'll be fine. You Know Corona virus spreads very quickly. It's not like the current events ties about three percent of people get the hardest is. Many people even have the virus with very very mild if no symptoms tool so even if you get a rotavirus it's not necessarily GONNA make you extreme meal. Everybody types of flus every so you know. I think we'll start to be using the Chew House. No one hedge fund manager. Who frankly they're the people that traveled the world all the time and the people he probably bought by Roy Device to the rest of us because what family skiing trips to northern Italy is to bring it up for the rest of us but no they can no longer that you use the youtube this toll victims because if the miniscule risk that they might get great advice and they don't want it to be brought into the office it's like it's like a little spurning the great. Tom Washed everybody else. All the other millions of ordinary Londoners. Who's the Champ Frank? What company refused to diffuse to take trab? Keep going on the cheap pretty short to do that. Without referring doubt it's written in the contract. Louise thank you very much
David Rabe Reads John Updike
"High David so I know some other ideas came up but updike was pretty much the first writer you thought of Reading for the PODCAST. Why was that He's been he's sort of been in my mind for. Since I started writing or thought about writings he he was always meaningful to me. And then there's a period of time where I stopped reading him. I just willfully stop because I felt like it was the only way to right the way he just doing it and so I just stopped I can remember talking to friends and I would kind of even develop some harsh opinions of of him that were really authentic on some level right based on just the need to Kinda separate. What for you is at the heart of his appeal Yeah I mean it's funny way. We we have you know. There's kind of a cross of backgrounds in a way. I think I just trip. I remember like he wasn't that much older than me. When I was in college? He was being published regularly New Yorker and everybody Where I was living at the time? I'm in college. You know who was interested in writing was very attuned to the New Yorker and he was published very young. I'm not sure what he started in the New Yorker in his early twenties. Yeah so you felt well. It's possible he's done it so that's sort of. It's been part of my brain for a long time. I think his these inhabited part of it for a long time and at that point in college. Were you thinking of writing fiction and not place. Yeah Yeah I started the whole creative. Things started wanting to be an actor. I thought then the college I went to didn't have a theater department but but we had a a professor teacher priests teacher who is really very good and you is a published poet which was significant to us but he had a class so I was in for like three years and it was all prose or poetry and the first story. You thought of reading was Updike's the sandstone farmhouse which was too long to read on on the podcast. What made you pick the other side of the street? I heard that similar in a way in in terms of the territory and It's it's a smaller version of similar work. I think but that hallway. He can mash the present with the past and keep it very alive and not seem forced to. It's just something that I admire and do you. I think the other side of the street is is very characteristic of updike or is it more off the beaten path for him I think it's characteristic in a way but it's kind kind of off the beaten path in its small us in its But he does that very well. So that's the that was why I picked it really right. Well we'll talk some more after the story free and now here's David Rabe reading the other side of the street by John. Updike the other side of the street for that. His lawyer told Faucet you need a notary public in this state. They're the ones who handle car title. Changes Faucet hadn't lived in his home state for forty years and only his mother's death had brought him back. He was taking possession of his meager inheritance inheritance cleaning out her sad cramped apartment. He lived far to the west and the climate and vegetation and even the quality of light light here in. Pennsylvania seemed strange. The afternoon light was dying in the windows. The Leaf is trees in the courtyard below. Where sinking into a well of darkness s with a silvery November glitter as if after an ice storm Leeming on their upper twigs? He looked in the phone book under Notary Republics and one listed at two six two Chestnut Street Hayes. Ville leap to his I a woman. Georgina are Mueller. She answered the phone and sounded excessively cheerful and helpful but perhaps that was just the regional manner which he had slowly lost. He suggested that ladies it was their the transaction must wait until tomorrow but she told him going that extra mile with him the way people in Pennsylvania did no. I'm open here until L. A.. Lot of people you know can't get to you except in the evenings you'll need the car title the Insurance Card Your own driver's license and what we call the short certificate it'll say short certificate letters testamentary across the top. Yes I they have those. My lawyer gave me plenty. Now let me tell you how to find my house. You come out the afraid Pike. I Know Faucet Taller I used to live across the street at two sixty one did you though. What did you say your name was? He told her but it rang. Nobel was a longtime ago. He apologized just after the war. I was a child. We moved away when I was twelve. Is that a fact. Well it's still a house to be proud of Brubaker. Sold it you know. This name meant nothing to him. A younger couple has bought it and sold off the back. Half of the lot really. It wasn't that big a lot in the first place. The Vegetable Garden had been down there. and his mother's Rove peonies and the ESPECIA- This shingle chicken house which is grandfather had had built and the little fenced in yard where his grandmother used to be had chicken with a hatchet on the stained old stump within the chicken house there was a liquid clucking and musty stench of chicken. Dong and there were fascinating. Glass egg scattered about in the Straw. OUGHTA give the stupid hands. The idea of laying. Well I know George in Mueller side. But that's how they do things. These days the crowd the houses in in this is considered a desirable neighborhood. It always was also told her. That's why grandfather bought the place back in the twenties. I'll be there around seven. I got to get a bite to eat. I've been lugging junk all day. There was no need to tell her about all this but perhaps he was gaining back. garl- is local manner faucet new the way but was slightly confused by the traffic lights which had multiplied to play in Hayes valley since he was last there a mall spread itself where there had been field. A new high school flat and low reminded need him of an airport. Along the low side of Chestnut street trees have been cut down on the curb pushed back without the trees his his old street had a baroness that made the houses some frame. Some brick appear exposed and
Asian Markets Lower As Coronavirus Fears Intensify
"Let's talk about the Asian stock markets. Of course the corona viruses creating havoc. Not only with our health but also with the economy. Yes and it's difficult to retell or estimate how how how bad that's going to be. We had a Federal Reserve meeting the US Central Bank last night and he did. Act- actually acknowledge the risks to the global economy for China. China is the second largest economic block in terms of largest economy in the world and the moment the Shanghai stock market is closed just because of Lunar New Year and that's been extended until Friday so we don't have the Chinese stock market opening trading. But we do have indications from other markets. The the Nikkei in Japan is down almost two percent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng has lost eight percent in the ten days. Since the spread of the virus I started to become sort of global issue. And if you look at sort of Asia Pacific shares. It's a seven week low so it's very very difficult difficult to try to work out the economic impact but it could be considerable taking Chinese growth from over six percent to below five percent notwithstanding Zainul the appalling human cost of this as well and stocks in Europe stocks all over the world that aren't even the airline stocks down because we saw yesterday. Yes they put your share wasted. It's not going to be flying China. You've got luxury goods companies like LVMH. Nobody's buying a China's massive by of luxury goods. Nobody's buying luxury she gets. You've got metals and mining companies companies that dig raw materials out the ground. Those shares fell why because China is a big user of raw materials. This this is something that is affecting the global economy although right now nobody knows quite how significant that is going to be. What about? The Star could precedent. Because of course. We've been here before. With the SARS academic yes but suddenly everyone was become experts in viruses. I don't know if you've noted this Georgina. I am not an expert advice. I can just just repeat what I've read. What I've read is that it is spreading? Ulster but what do I know. Keep with me on business. Finance and Economics Georgina. Georgina off much viruses.
How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal
"Program affirming league matches over the next seventy two hours. Big Tomorrow Chelsea against also at Stamford Bridge. We focus on Chelsea because it really me has been quite a roller coaster. Franklin pod side over the last few weeks they just can't get any sort of consistency going. Frank Leboeuf let's start with view is a former Chelsea man. How concerned are you with that form of late? I'm not too much concern about the fact that Chelsea he has no consistency Because of what happened last summer the fight it couldn't get any a new player. Franklin pod with a young coach as many young players in the squad. And and of course you're going to find an experience in that in that matter and for me just normal to see after Boxing Day player need to digest the fact that they are to play too many. I need to many games in the short show. Timing so I'm not surprised. A little bit frustrated sometimes especially against Newcastle. They saw the game. And then you say Oh my God. Yeah Yeah they should have done better. Of course he can do better every time better but Nobody could have bet jussie could have been do know fourth Even in January five months ahead of bunches to united and some other clubs. So it's not that bad but consider that you have what joining you you can t willion as very experienced top world players. Otherwise very young gems mount police each Arab labral Doi and some and some other. So it's just normal to suggest strugging little bits at some point but but I think it's stealing from me a positive season and a good season from Franklin pollen the players. Well it depends. I suppose on how it all ends. Isn't it because as much as he's gone gone in good grace considering the start of the season. You're in a position now. Where Really Champions League has to be your goal considering as well? Let's go number on the uniting right and Spurs and also Latin mass which you talked about before you wouldn't talk four. I understand he's done well. But Cohen you need to get over the line. Yeah absolutely it's good to be an optimistic and rightly so but at the same time I think frank of all the manages a thing he'll be the straight one listen asking we're going to need it. A complete rebuild united as we said a way off and I think frank will be frustrated because the losses at the bridge the losses against West Ham Southampton bomber loss loss against Newcastle last week. It's Jones Park. This team could be sitting in second they could be well. Clear and nailed on fought for so frank will probably be for straight because Frank Atlanta's John about it'd be frustrated because you'll be looking what's behind him and it'd be thinking if inconsistent and all of a sudden if spurs or United Wolves can really really good run together we might be then endanger missing out on top four so that will be a real concern. I do happen to find some against at home so a little bit of a contradiction I know but awesome in great form under medical arts. Only one winning five. They look very flaky leaking goals of fun and I think this might be the ideal game for Chelsea. The last thing they would've would've needed was a was a tricky tie against someone that's going to sit in and that's why they've struggled. I need more goals from areas so I think this type again going to come at them actually might suit Chelsea going frank quickly. Yeah just one. To two done of course is frustrating and of course Franklin Paul can be an could have been better but again you know when when you see when we talked we can talk about mentioned saination and we did a lot of time in every shows that we do when you see us and as you said you know. Shrugging you can wonder you know if it's not something positive. Don't forget that Chelsea is still in the Champions League so it means a lot you know with the young and experienced players achieving. What Franken Capote's doing right now is something for me and I think we try to de mean what is doing and what the players doing? And we can't have too much into to team who does well overall doesn't know what is the biggest level. Yeah I think I agree the same time. When you look at the squad's that are going for the top? Four take take months in Liverpool at the equation Chelsea of the best squad. Another young still got in my opinion. The best squad at of all the big teams trying to get in the top four in you mentioned the goalkeeper who's not ungrateful got good defenders. James is a very promising play until you ruediger. That is one of the Best Senator Offs in my opinion the League. Then you go into midfield and we talk about Canton Coverage Georgina. They've got the talent in our no. Franks looking for someone. That's going to score them. Goals Dell's because Williams hasn't got too many to shine. That put a sixteen injured but the looking for more from Hudson adopt more from Pedro who hasn't started to many games so anno- is quite happy with is the front man that he's GonNa bring crust strike or of course but I know that he's looking from goals in a wide area pre in the studio call him Lampert. BFF Traffic Birth Frank. They were talking about we. We've gone too much time. Well I don't Care Chelsea we'll just stay on whether we can move the break then whether we sit here and talk show scar till the coast. Come home until I know the different because the transfer of Baden Lost Eden is odd. But Let let's. It's not cry about all that stuff. We're talking Solska with heads injuries and has job frontline. Pop cannot escape scrutiny. If Chelsea I self destruct and overtaken by this horrible united site or will or maybe even taught them lit run so he can't. We cannot judge and sit here even save source guys not necessarily as a Frank Lampard. Doesn't get them into four from the position. Then I'm afraid and he's going to have to come his way who wins tomorrow. Chelsea Elsie to catch up with more HISLOP's fascinating musings. You can catch all day podcast which is available on the website. Plenty of bonus material there as well
"georgina" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
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"georgina" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Learn how to really really galloped horses there and being Churchill Chill. You're very busy track. You know we trained so different in England is very relaxed atmosphere and you know very very calm over here it's very hustle and bustle is horses. She's Gallatin by you all the time you know but really learn how dial up and and and you know really convert my European style to my American installing. Now have any edit a lot. Thank to that and I think he's done that for a lot of people said he has. He's he's correct. Yeah really good foundation nation. Yeah no doubt about it so you go from any makes you tough. 'cause he's very sarcastic you have to know how to take any sometimes. Yes you do. Yea I was at four and a half. He is pretty good. I'm pretty hard. Yeah I lead early strong survive there you go from Barbro two-horse it's like Kelly's landing and then you end up working with Al Stall Junior and Al Pacino horse by the name of blame. You did pretty good there. I've I've as I said I've been absolutely blessed in this industry. I mean how. How lucky is that? I mean I go to our store for the winter and then fairgrounds because there's you know You know wanted to see what New Orleans is like absolutely fantastic place. People Great is America in New Orleans. India is totally different. I think that'd be. Everybody has to go that once and the experience but Yeah I ended up on a whole school blame You know I breezed him a few times uh-huh and then what a whole you know baller with flashy blame was workman like you know you went out and he did exactly what you wanted ended him to. Do you know in a breeze He was just he was he you know he did. Every host is different. I mean he was just so unlike and you know we had dog. He's very good training Hoffman. And he he keeps me produce every year. These good horses You know again what you take from these people you just take you know even if you take a little you take something good from it. You know come dishes is we're the journey take you after L. Stall I'll still I actually went back to eighty communities And that's when I took this bio yeah to century to breed is cut. Wha- Using Yasser WANNA WE WANNA mention that is because I don't we know That's probably one of my most memorable experiences. Here in America was Wednesday then Yadda won the Breeders Cup classic. I don't know I mean you know I've been to several Kentucky Doggies You know the the crowds rule. They cheer there was nothing enough. There was something magic that day and I think everybody who is Wins and you WanNa Breeders Cup Classic Celtic. You know it was an unbelievable experience and I'm blessed to have been. Yeah there've been a couple of moments like that that I can remember in terms of what we do in and broadcasting those races aces on the Radio Georgina. Th that was one of them. We were there. We provided the the radio broadcast and just the the excitement level building up to it and then the roar roar from the crowd. We were positioned backed by the Paddock area. But you can still. You could feel it. You know you could almost feel the ground shaking. Everybody wanted that happen happen and everybody you know. They didn't want to say otherwise. But did they believe it could happen. It happened and the whole place. It was just. It was magical and I you know you can take glimpses the red but but that was a real good. You know my my probably my one of my favorite expenses him in America to win the Breeders Cup classic those moments that feels the same second when the girls beat the boys in a big race like that. I can go back to our first ever national broadcast that we did. When rags to riches beat Kirwin in the Belmont stakes aches and that was a ground shaking type A moment? And then Rachel Alexandra beating the boys in the Woodward at Saratoga those another moment that you just you just thank yourself for being part of the sport. Yeah there's something about the the goes beating the boys there really is it is. It's the girl power or something about it Yup. Yeah there's no doubt about it talking with Georgina Baxter. Here on the Horse Racing Radio Network Hey on the training side of things your girl beating up on the boys now. How cool is that very? Yeah I like I prefer my. Actually that was. That was a big moment for for us when they design stepped up Mainly meant so we had the favorite on the turf and Bob Humphreys Faisal living with us. And we I you know pay any price he's you and he's another star in the bone Not Host probably changed my life and He you know. He came off the the the tough and and how often when when a race comes off the US. Are you in a bit even better position to win it with it with a feeling and I think being a boy's not rice was like that you know that put lady's island on the map that race. Everybody she just showed how good and courageous she was at the game. I'm glad you brought up the name pay any price because that was a horse. That meant an awful awful lot to you into your career. Tell me that story. Well you know. He he He came to the bond and he had a really bad reputation. And you know he wasn't he he'd run like thousand dollars you know. He was a bit of a row training. And somebody wants to me if we could never get the schools to train. He's he's a free but you know. Call it getting to train so you know things. The ball and I wasn't getting on him. They you know maybe schedule go on him. I don't know but eventually he came around and You know me being European and go and stubborn I mean I just you know we thought outside the books also them and We actually got him going and he turned into a pretty decent animal Freezing racist I mean he holds a track record. Michael here he's He's a world record holder. He's run the fosters. Five federal. Never fifty three and two I mean he's one eight stakes races for or twelve races and coastal. I mean he's he's probably the reason I got the job because you know rich stuff and took note and you know he that whole is probably only is reasonable. I got the job. Do you have a reputation for being very good with horses that are somewhat unruly. How come I think that's what you you learning You know the roots You know thinking outside the box doing things different You know anybody can write a whole douse of people around racetrack. Who is I think when when you get inside them and ride their brain and try and work them out and and just do anything no being scared of doing things different and you know everybody so we you know stupid out. I don't pay any price but you know who who's looking stupid. Now you know that kind of thing You you you know what I'm saying. It's just just yeah just just trying to take every host individually ride the brain and try and work the mile and and that's basically it and that comes from your roots that comes from when you first started you get on all your horses now that you're training. Yeah yeah yeah correct. Yeah I still go any price. Thank you. Price is going to be running If he doesn't running twenty eighth of serve December he's going to be running genuine good good. What's the biggest it? I don't even know if it's an advantage but the biggest benefit to you being being on your own horses in the morning. Oh I think is a huge advantage. I mean once anyway I know I can feel how the traveling over the clowns. I can feel alias that well I mean one thing I wanna say is I worked for a train Cook Sadie from us Great Horseman. I don't care what people say. He loved his horses. You know he's horses always looked Impeccable and racetrack. They always have the shiniest coats in the best condition. You know he treats. It is is is sixty to fifty horses like they were. You know they were uh the Dhabi went in and you know he always told me like happy hoses win races and it's like You know when we we go to work if you happy you work hard You get better results. You know you enjoying it. I and it's the same with WHO says you know I can. I can tell when they're well I can tell when they're feeling good. I can tell the way. They traveled over the ground. I it's a huge advantage hinge but then you know you can't get too big because you then you doing it yourself you know. Yeah how many horses do you have now. Georgina I have. I have twenty goal string and I have I have fifteen At a training center into you know Tampa and layups and the two year olds aboard on. Yeah so yeah I get on like ninety percent of the voices sources myself the Gulf Stream way getting like eleven while every morning. What's the goal moving forward? How do you WANNA have I I have no real. I think things through. I've never had a planning life. I've never had an ambition in in life. I've kind of winged my life and I really don't know I'm still winging it and At the moment that that's a perfect amount you know for me. You know having success with it. We've got moved quality not quantity and you know the organiser enjoying it. You know my main rich and you know ninety nine percent of the bone and I'm I'm willing to the mainland so I'm not really gonNA guess you know where where we're GONNA go. I mean hopefully we just carry on Going wing approach is working. It's worked for you. I ride them. I tell him when the ready I need to run you know he finds races he had. You know it's it's we're really really good team. The chemistry seems to be right right and I think that that's why it was. You know the chemistry's right down to our final couple of minutes here on the program talking with Georgina Baxter. It's been a delight to hear her or story over the course of the past hour or so here on trainer talk Georgina I always like to wrap up the show by switching gears a little bit and asking trainers to Kinda GonNa tell us something about themselves that we haven't already talked about so for example. If there's something else that you enjoy doing outside of racing any other hobbies any other sports that you might follow anything like that Is there anything to Georgina. Enjoys doing outside of the sport of thoroughbred racing..
"georgina" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"In last Saturday's great eight three sugar's role stakes at Gulfstream Park. Her first career graded stakes win and she did it with a horse by name of Lady's island who was a six and three quarter linked wire-to-wire Victor under MSEL Hera Mio. And she is with me. Now she is trainer. Georgina Baxter here on trainer talk presented by Fakes Tipton Georgina. Welcome to the program nine. Thank you for having me. Yeah excited to hear your story and as I was getting ready for the program I started reading through some of the information. That's out there. And one of the articles that was written about you on a website called past the wire and there was so much information and I was so oh blown away by your story and your background and your experiences but before we get to all of that and we will. Let's start with that victory in the sugar first world last weekend. What a performance? And what a moment for you. I know we're still. The whole bone is still on cloud nine about it. I mean yeah. She's just been such a good filly to us Especially this year. You know she's GonNa Alpha nine and You know she had a first grade states with victory On Saturday the third stakes win. I mean she's went on the turf. She's one on the Dutch. She's won on the slot. I mean she's just a you know. You know it was a great philly to you do it with you know. And she's she's one of my personal favorites You know for other reasons too. I mean she she's just she's a really nice city time in the ball and I was. I was happy to and Dana of cheese. That with her. Yeah the moment when she crosses the finish line and you realize okay she just won her first grade stakes. So did you. What was that moment? Like Well I actually ran the last half longer. Sauces her my hails Yeah I'm kind of famous for it. you know. I had a very sore throat afterwards and I mean I just think there's no feeling like I think we'll racing's about feeling like you know race whether you're riding riding a winner because on the whole you know whether you trained it and I've never owned I can imagine you know he's just shit elation like there's no feeling like and I think that's why like we get addicted to it because it's just it's just just sheer pleasure And and we get you get so much out of it. I think. That's you yeah. People have said it before it becomes an addiction. You you get you get addicted. I is unbelievable feeling and you know we're so privileged village to to feel that we're going to hear over the course of the next hour or so that your whole life has been dedicated to horses. So I'll ask you this question. Were you more are excited for you or for the Horse. When Lady's island crossed the finish line I of course the whole no so please for them? I know being funny You know you just so pleased for them because they deserve it you know I mean they they they live in a native of it you know and then then forty five minutes later we had trevor winning Tampa. You know we've had him he's been around he's been in the bottom line with an I have and you just so happy for the horses and and everybody else is just. It's it's it's a feeling unless you know you you you really can't describe is absolutely unbelievable. Not This is why we do it. Ah You know these moments but you know they just give us so much pleasure all of them but I you know the whole come. I say she was so happy for the host. You said Lady's Island was one of your favorites for several reasons. What are some of the other reasons that she's one of your favorites? I know she came to the bond. You know. She's she's diamond in the roughing. Often I kinda I ride every day and You know she she actually came around. You know I used to try and get a pet them and it's everyday every day and she you know. She didn't really loom carrots every and then she started eating them now. She's like she's just such a happy philly in the bond and you know she totally turned around around Mentally and physically and she just a nice finish to be around she. She's nice arrived she's she's nice in the stool you know. Then then all you'll have the characters but she's just just nice to be around and she's begging she's beautiful she's everything you want to know. Really talk about the excitement of winning a race and I I've Own Pieces of horses. I've never ridden. I've never trained a horse but I've owned pieces of horses and even if you don't own one hundred percent it doesn't matter your horse crosses the finish line. I that feeling if you could bottle it this would be the easiest sport in the world to market so when you win graded stakes race. I know it can go to another level but is is there a bit of a different feeling when you win a greatest stakes as opposed to. Let's say a maiden special weight. Well I use a milestone. I I you know I was Kinda quietly confident. I know the phillies really good philly and you know and you'll pressure that you yourself south of we got this and you know I mean just everything comes out but but I mean yeah it's obviously a milestone and great wait for the bond but as I said you more happy for the whole and the connections and everybody else you know But then I said he yes I suppose so just just because it's a milestone and obviously now you know obviously getting attention for it You know it it brings away so you know it. It's important you know but then really important but I I suppose yeah I have to say a little bit. I mentioned the quick. Start Not your career. In all of the victories that you've had just sent starting last year What do you attribute that to Georgina? Why have you been able to get off to such a quickstart? Well you know waiting to I took I can hoses before to train and I'd never really you know You know it was four. All five horses Situation you know rose last year Richard I roll. Approach me You know you said you know I'm GONNA have to disperse the bond the horses are going to have to You know going to have to send them off to different trainers You know everybody's GonNa find another job. Aw I I you know like I mean you know we want to keep the bomb together. I've done this before and you know it's been very successful and I said will you know I have my China's license he goes you do and I said Yeah. I took my my China's test I took a course in Churchill years ago. I took my trainers test. Did you think you can make it. It happened and I really didn't have that much time to think about it. 'cause I probably would have said. Oh that's like I just wanted to give the whole together you you know like I said we have traffic. He's been the bomb the you don't WanNa see the tools to go anybody else. You Love Them. You know they like you know th the Putt of of your family. When you've been around for four or five years you know you attached to it and You know the stuff. They're like family. You know So I I said yeah and it happened so quickly that You know I didn't have to really think about it so yeah we just ended up on. You know we've we've had a mazing run because I think you know the way we set up. We weren't really good team together. You know and as you know where I'm lacking The owners reached out role and Matiz that they're very good the foam and the figures and The you know really accomplished handicappers. You know what I'm you know. More the horsemen side of it. And I think it just works. Yeah you know. You don't lack many categories though. Georgina you have a world of experience behind you literally because you've traveled the world early on in your career even as a child you grew up in a racing family. Take me back to the beginning and tell me about the early days of Georgina Baxter. Well when my my my mom's mum side was a real big racing family. I mean her. Father was a trainer in previously. He was a steeplechase jockey. And you know the great grandfather was a trainer and all the siblings were were Jockeys and trainers and My poor dad he was putting off. He was trained by his parents. When he's fifteen 'cause he was so small and you know he was one of ten and they they weren't didn't have much money money and he's basically put on a train and was fifteen and told to go become a k where she did very successfully? So Yeah Yeah I I I was very privileged. You Know My dad was successful. I came from you know a good family. I had my first pony when I was four years old. I I I really little ponies around previously. I always had ponies in the paddock and Yeah so I was brought up. We've we've who also I I think people I remember. I used to always be going racing as a kid I was. You Know Steve Coz I'm used to come to the house and he's a soul that we had a sooner in the house you know I grew up and you know these. These people were like friends of the family. They it was a GNOME. I didn't I didn't know it it. was you know so special. Have you talked to Steve. Since you've been the United States now yes I did. I sent him a chat show. I went off and I introduced myself to him. mm-hmm and he he remembers me. He's a very good friend. Pretty special stuff talk easy toughly now. But when he comes to England he was really the first You know breakthrough you know American jockeys come over you know so Yeah to to have known the only him. Is You know wonderful. He's you know he's always successful in England decide on the you know the American style you know and make it work in in England has to be cool as a little kid to have a guy like Steve coughing. Come and hang out at your house. It was normal. And that's what I'm saying now I'm like Oh my God like I was saying on it and privilege but it was normal over to be around those people. We have policies and rebel stocky. And ever yeah. I had a house for them. You know what's interesting. Is that even though you. Your whole family was involved in racing on some level or at least most of them were your. Your family. Didn't really encourage you to get involved with racing as a career. Did they know not a tool they really try to deviate from. You know so basically when I You know I did. I work experience from school and I went to Venice practice and you know when when when we finish. They asked me to stay on. You know go off to school the weekend so I and then when I left school I basically you know went nestle time and you know what foods events assistance to.
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"georgina" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"That is you know. He's he's good out of the gate he's he's getting front he you know he clock. You know honey honey nose up and he knows you know He. He knows his strengths and he when he plays to it. So you know. It's it's a winning combination as I said it sends you the detail. The we weren't very hard. It's not easy Dan You know everything has the lineup. And you know we've got a good combination and a great team well continued success and it seems You're well positioned for a great twenty twenty Georgina Baxter thanks again. Thank you not at all. Georgina Baxter and Lady's island first grade at stake win. But of course she'd been racking up Different kinds of listed restricted wins with breath. Lady's island this year as well as pay any price and was a key. Ot as well in the sunshine millions Earlier in the year and and clearly with the kind of experience jazz and the kind of people she worked for seems seems like she can't Omis let's take a break. We're rolling up toward Well that's actually going to be quarter of so I don't want to I guess we'll we'll come back. We'll do some news and and some other results and I also got to give you another pass at the calendar Hammer. said he's already got one hundred hundred and twenty-five oaklawn calendar requests good response from Friday so let's take our last break in the morning we'll come back we'll get tomorrow. We'll try to get Elizabeth noblest tomorrow and talk to her about her breakthrough. Great at.
"georgina" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"We've got a couple nights Nights years as I said we brought a pain. Prices half brother He's could all private David jet he he he's GonNa looking forward to him running and we've got a another couple you know We've got a couple of two year old runners but as I said you know we got we got some nice ones that we haven't run yet that we're really looking forward to well Clearly with with your background Georgina. A a big future ahead. And with with some savvy owners when it comes to rich and and the matisses that can identify the horses that have upside for claim and then clearly you know developing them whether by purchase or however However they come to you you clearly good hands? I graded stake win and obviously many more to come. I hope say thank. It's not at all an absolute pleasure. Georgina Baxter and the Lady's Island and if you didn't see this I mean I mean how Romeo didn't waste any time took control opened up a lead made everybody panic and just cruised to the wire and the we talk very often about how we get frustrated your genome. We're as we watch. We Watch people riders try to Throttled down a horse and try to rate though. Not Not not when you got speed like.
"georgina" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"I was injured that year and Back at the end of the Meat Road Louisiana downs. John's and I've kind of followed that pattern for the last two years This year I went to Delta downs after Louisiana downs finished and I was kind of on the fence fence about where I was going to go. I was thinking about seeing Delta down but I I didn't have any business there so I decided about Two weeks into that meet actually that that wasn't going to pan out and started coming over and working horses at the fairgrounds like I've been doing every year and just being as optimistic as as I could going into this meet. It's it's usually really tough. There's a lot of really good writers here a very strong jockey colony But this neat has I started out really good and about ten days before the classic I won an allowance race on pound for pound over at Delta down which was kind of his prep race to get him ready for for the stink and it was just a really exciting moment for me. I really wanted to win it I I did ride pound for pound last spring in a craze and ended up running back in so I really was grinding to not let that happen again this year. Your your your background. And we'll talk about the specific horses and and you're getting a lot amounts from a variety of trainers and I also I also watch it. Update us on on how Fred Amy is doing one of the legendary Jock agents and Fred has handled you and is sort of on the sidelines. Sidelines right now and I think rich rich is handling your business. Yeah Yup Richard Kettner Contacted me about three three weeks before this needs started and was interested in taking my book and I'd been kind of shopping around for agents spread. Had.
House Judiciary Committee delays vote on articles of impeachment
"House Judiciary Committee has been debating whether to approve articles of impeachment. Each meant that would charge donald trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The matter was due to be resolved last night but now members will vote on Friday morning. Joining Scott. Lucas is professor of us. Politics and international relations at the University of Birmingham joins me on the line. Scott it's been quite a week in these hearings. Can you tell us how it's unfolded. Just take us back to two Monday. Woke going into this week. The House intelligence committee which heard from seventeen eighteen current and former. US officials Had submitted a report to the House Judiciary Committee that said Yes. Here's the evidence that Donald Trump did abuse his Powers as president by trying to force Ukraine to announce a statement of investigation into his political rivals notably the Democratic candidate. Joe Why in addition of the House Intelligence Committee had put forth evidence of obstruction of Congress because trumpet ordered his staff to defy subpoenas and not to testify so the judiciary committee mainly Is there not to gather new evidence but go through the legal process they heard from a series of constitutional the lawyers. Three of the four said. Yes these are impeachable offenses yes. This is a serious challenge to. US Constitution so based on that legal foundation and based on the evidence the House Democrats Who have twenty three two seven t majority in the committee move towards approving two articles of impeachment abuse of power in which threatened American and Ukrainian national security for personal gain and obstruction of congress the Seventeen Republicans rather than confronting the evidence? I tried a series of delaying tactics. They repeated Donald Trump's words that these were a hoax which hunt phrases that. I'm sure your listeners are quite used to now. Oh and this went all the way until on Thursday a marathon fourteen hour session in which little new was said but you just simply had the Republicans Kinda piling on these tactics to delay and delay because they're playing not to the evidence they're playing to public opinion. The idea that this is an illegitimate process. Yeah so I mean it does. They delayed the vote It's GonNa Happen this morning. was that simply because they run out of time. We'll was that was some kind of machination going on. There's no nation of the Committee Chair Jerry Nadler of New York didn't want the vote to take place late at night. You know the idea of a middle of the night railroading railroading impeachment which the Republicans how the Republicans would portray it. So instead he wants the vote to take place during the day where it can be seen on national television during waking hours it's it's a straightforward as that. So what happens now. It goes to the full house the again I suspect on a twenty three to seventeen votes straight on on party lines. The articles of impeachment will be approved The House of Representatives says will consider this next week. The vote will take place before they break up for Christmas. Smith's recess again almost along party lines it will be approved and then we come back in January to a trial in the Senate to see if Donald John on trump will be convicted and removed from office. And does he have to be removed if he is impeached t he caught hang onto the job in any way. Well an impeachment Georgina equivalent or criminal indictment. So it's it's not a statement of guilt. And that's the house process of this. If the Senate convicts the equivalent of basically going down in a trial yes. Donald trump cannot appeal. He is out. He is gone the first time that. US President will ever have been convicted on impeachment charges that we must say. That's a slim chance because here is not the the evidence is not the law it's politics by the Republicans have a fifty three to forty seven majority in the Senate. It takes a two thirds vote to convict and despite the weather evidence evidence Mitch. McConnell the Senate Republican leaders singled yesterday after a meeting with the White House lawyers. She's not going to be neutral. He is going to go along with the White House lawyers. say. This should be a quick process and that not only should there not be a conviction that donald trump should be acquitted former cleared of all charges. That just very quickly before we you go. Is there chance that the Republicans would just throw him under the bus. They can see how bad he could be for the Party and that he would just lose their support a a few weeks ago Georgina. I thought so because these are probably the most serious charges against any president they're more serious even the Watergate only a few Senate Republicans were speaking out saying they'd have to see the the evidence but I think in the last few days we see them basically say look they're gonNA remain tied to Donald Trump at the hip there codependent. Where if he goes down? We'll see whether whether they'd go down. But I think there are gambling. That trump can not only survive but he can win reelection next November. Scott Lucas thanks very much
Robert Mugabe will have private burial at national Heroes' Acre
"Last week's death of former former Zimbabwean tyrant Robert Mugabe at the age of ninety five presented his country with a problem if from the worst problem with which Mugabe presented Zimbabwe during he's later decades of deranged misrule. How does one commemorate the passing of a figure who was both hero and villain in Mugabe's case indeed both with the founder and destroyer of his nation after an amount of agonizing it has now been decided that Mugabe will be interred in the National Heroes Acre in Harare Laura a public memorial ceremony will be held on Sunday one joined in the studio with more on this bond monocle twenty regular Georgina Godwin Georgina as our listeners are probably aware you are yourself Zimbabwean and I remember we spoke at the time of Mugabe's removal by coup data at how we had that atwells that he was no longer enough and what an I guess a big mental adjustment that was for generations of Zimbabweans. How are we is it adjusting to the fact that he's no longer here at all. You know I think people feel slightly cheated in a way that he went out really with a bit of a whimper not a bang that we and indeed he probably expected and he's no longer there but I gather that in his last few months. He wasn't all there mentally anyway. If you look at the photograph few months well I I mean from when he started wearing you know dribbles and chuck suits but and obviously as you point out his his last years were were he was in the grip of definitely something probably dementia but for him to be dead is something that's quite odd because what you're seeing in Zimbabwe's as you alluded to is people wanting still to hate him but also really wanting to acknowledge the role that he played in in in the formations the country and say so there's quite a lot of them big dichotomy between how people feel because us as I think we discussed at the time if Mugabe is say had sort of cheerfully stepped down from office circa the late eighties and sort of idled into a retirement of giving elections and writing books he would be regarded as one of the twentieth century's heroic figures wouldn't they completely and utterly and he would have got a hero's funeral. Oh hang on the funeral which does prompt the question though that who who turns up for Mugabe's Hero's funeral thousands of people have been attending the lying in state. At referrers stadium in Harari who still is Mugabe's constituency well at the formal proceedings. You'll have a lot of heads of state state. I think Cyril Ramaphosa is coming from South Africa and various other people from from around the continent impacts further afield but in terms of ordinary people what generally happens in in in situations like this is that people have Boston and their promised food and those are the two things that people have that they don't have any fuel in Zimbabwe so they wouldn't be able to get there by themselves. They don't have the money money for bus fare and they're desperate to eat so if you promise people all of that they will turn up much. I mean I'm sympathetic to an extent extent or to this extent with the current Zimbabwean government. You have to acknowledge his passing some how you have to do something if not not what is being done what other suggestions have people made there was an argument of course to whether he should be buried in National Heroes Acre. But where else would you put him well. He is family. It appeared wanted him buried in his home area of Qatar which is where he comes from and I think would have been one way around it but it appears that the government was really pushing to have him in heroes. Acre which apparently he had not wanted himself. There was another really interesting piece of not not legislation but something else he put in his will. I think which was that his wife Grace Mugabe was to stay with the casket at all times until he was buried therefore what he's doing doing that is guaranteeing her starring role in his final Hurrah. Do you get the sense that the current government and we should remind ourselves that the current President Emmerson Mnangagwa was for many years Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe's kind of conciliatory if you will are they trying to reanimate the myth of Mugabe the liberator to to their own ends. I think that that would certainly serve a purpose that the end but I mean at the same time time. Mugabe's very useful is somebody that you can up lay all the blame on and say look it wasn't us it was the previous guy where clean we're going forward and of course that's what the what Managua A and his cronies would like us to think that this is a completely new dispensation. It really isn't make no mistake.
"georgina" Discussed on Little Atoms
"You're listening to little atoms. I'm nailed any stems, Dr Georgina Harding, and we took it about her latest novel land of the living within after afternoon just end just mentioning Naga land, which is whether the battle of co Hema takes place. I guess really something of now lesser known incident of the second World War though. Absolutely. Shouldn't be is this one of these to write about it. I found myself writing about Hema and going to chemo to research the book really because this book grew out of as well, as I say, all my tent evolve from the one before this book glided might previous book the gun room, which had a a man who's a photographer a wolf toga in the seventies in Vietnam who's a witness of war and who's kind of a witness by his nature or fate because he's witnessed his father's disservices farthest depression following and tumor falling. In the second World War in Burma. And I went seeking his father in a way. So I went to Cleveland to seek something about the Burma campaign. What I discovered when I got there. It's the most extraordinary place, and it was his been closed to travelers for most of my lifetime. And I've known about nog land wanted to go though, but there's been a long-term insurgency for independence from India. And only in the last half dozen years has possible to go though, the truest freely, and I got there, and it's the most wonderful remote place, you stand on the hilltop. And look over endless jagged jungle, mountainous ridges. And and it seems amazing that such a critical battle in the washer been fought there. And extraordinary the army should come from Britain, and Japan and had a show done there. And what then really interested me was as I realize it isn't just a a remote piece of land where the British war machine met, the Japanese war machine. But it was a piece of land that was inhabited by. Ancient tribes of head hunters and the British in the really quite brief period of administration. There have been trying to dissuade the head hunters from head hunting. And instead had this huge war left ten thousand bodies scattered across the place. So I find this this whole meeting of different warrior cultures. Really interesting. And that was obviously where I was going to write my book, tell us more about what actually happens in the in the seed, what sounds like the parochially named the battle of the tennis coal. This was the Japanese in circled, a small British detachment in this hilly landscape of Cohiba, and they actually the British would retract into very small area, which was basically the grounds of the district Commissioner's bungalow and his tennis court and at some point in the battle. They were lines on across the width of the tennis court. So you can imagine how much hand-to-hand fighting. There was going on there..
"georgina" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Said that she supports georgina and her fashion brand markes which dresses all of the biggest stars in hollywood and anna wintour and a lot of women feel that georgina didn't know what harvey was up to and said that she shouldn't be held responsible for what her partner was doing georgina in the interview cries several times has total breakdowns she said that the last seven months have been the worst seven months of her life she said she was so naive and so humiliated and so broken when the scandal unfolded she said that she never wondered where he was she said i'm not that type of person who was constantly wondering where my husband was and she said i thought we had a really good marriage she said i thought i had a solid partner i thought that i had a wonderful father for my two daughters and she said now quote i have moments of rage i've moments of confusion i have moments of disbelief still and she said i have moments when i cry for my children what are their lives going to be they love their dad but what are people going to say to them and she said i just can't bear it for them she said she's been in intensive therapy since this whole thing happened and she's actually one of the interesting things about this she was staying with actor david yellow who is a british she's also british so they've been longtime friends and that's where she's sort of been hiding out at his house and no one really knew where she was and she said she just didn't leave the house and it's when you read the interview it really is very sad and this definitely strikes me as a woman who was just completely blindsided and obviously like she said was incredibly naive and just couldn't even imagine that the guy she was sleeping with at night and i mean sleeping next to you know was was this kind of a creep.
"georgina" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"No i'm not buying it now but they're not the bright orange oh they don't have the die in them no they're white but they still taste that same really sharp cheddar flavor they're really good and you get them individually wrapped packs which is nice so then you don't eat the whole bag so i buy those for my children and then i eat them all oh yeah so you know my parents i told you my dad has a canny georgina what else they have at their house what they have those gigantic multi pack frito lay of all the chips like unfree does cheetos doritos who ranch on reto on ships and they by six of those mega bags at a time so whenever i go over there to say hello i'll just go ahead and grab myself a couple bags of cheetos because if you had to if you had to choose from a frito lay variety bag would you choose favorite gosh that's tough i'm going to have to go with nacho cheese doritos really old school because i like msg yeah i love to get myself migrants kristen so i go rate or the doritos that's what i do well i think i would go straight for just plain old cheetos than i would have orange fingers are so good and then sometimes you just need the just the the chips potato chips the yellow bag oh i don't like those now what what what do you like fritos.
"georgina" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"I'm going to tolerate abuse on tolerates sexual aggression on my tolerate my my boyfriend hitting me or my partner invading my emails and checking my phone zan and just doing what they want with me or my kids running around the house wild destroying and putting her head and a georgina butter and putting peanut butter all of the balls and i've seen that situation where they don't create boundaries if i allow that as on mindset eat them i had a job a relationship an all of the results i'm miserable in saw how much valued you put on your happiness and your joy in your worth and so vast gotta be a nonnegotiable for you if you're happiness is nonnegotiable and your joy is nonnegotiable and your wellbeing is nonnegotiable then you've got to learn to set boundaries and setting boundaries is saying the somebody i respect me and i respect you and it's not just about me sitting boundaries review it's also about asking you what are your boundaries what do you need think of all the unnecessary drama that will hit spared by being able to do this yeah but a lot more harmonious and relationships have you ever been in a relationship in the past where there wasn't a boundary and they got crossed in any way you yeah all sides you know i've probably cross boundaries many times in but i've also felt when i set and when you have how's that house that feel doesn't feel good the but when you do set the boundaries that when i cross the boundary doesn't feel when you eat n it doesn't feel good to you or your significant other.
"georgina" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"But of course they could be wrong there was another reason police were having trouble getting answers the sport conducting a larger man of interviews i felt obeying handed bond unwillingness to talk amongst the local community now police believe those a good chance georgina and catherine knew they kill than in that small town that meant that this circle of friends and other towns papal also knew the kill then assistant commissioner russ nixon made the comment the people in the community could be protecting the kill someone knew something and that will keeping it to themselves the tech the sajjan lemme said or how the gut feeling at someone in town in fact the mohtaram i have already been interviewed buckle ace blocking any country town people he of grown up with a cello and are afraid to put someone him it took a great deal of work but eventually police were able to break down the barriers the local community were putting up it took whites to gang that trust but things started to change detective sergeant lemme explained quite when we first came to the town we had to bring people into the station to talk to them it was real hard going but now people are starting to come to us people coming into the station and talking about the goals the personalities and people they know who are acting strange or who have changed their behaviour in any way it's all just little things trivia really look if a blog that normally ways a jacket or a cap he's not wearing it anymore.
"georgina" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Part of the part of the like rumblings in the rumors surrounding all of weinstein's abuse involve his wife not that she's evolved in the use in any way but she you god i i have to have to rephrase has cause to make it sound like she complicit in this she absolutely as an basically the reason you know marchese is because huge celebrities warm chairs i in the early 2000s mid odds because wine steam liked addressing his stars in dresses that his wife design of courts a completely make sense that was that wasn't even like a secret it was like of course renee zelwegger as wearing marchese hours i would have now landmark everything's related like that is how steph gets popular everything's related plus georgina is a really a talented and wellknown designer on her own right but she didn't meet harvey wind seem but it didn't hurt anyway is this why wait before you go is this why is it donna karen was defending harvey weinstein was this why because of marchese and like fashion and stuff i think wool madonna karen and was just friends with the two of them but i assume the donna karen was mostly friends with georgina but that's why was that i didn't even think of the fashion i think it's the agents when the any okay yeah wow yeah the f because violation apologized for but honestly have you oh she apologized and she said her her quote was taken out of context which is just like which bullshit as we always we always would would support a quote taken out of context but no one was not taken out of context.
"georgina" Discussed on Who? Weekly
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