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Scott Peterson's 2004 murder convictions to be reexamined
"California isn't done with the Scott Peterson case. The state Supreme Court has ordered a lower court to take another look at his murder conviction. Here's correspondent Anna Giles of KOVR TV in Sacramento, court documents show His case will be re examined due to a potential issue with a juror, according to reporting from the Modesto Bee. A juror failed to disclose that she was the victim of a crime while pregnant. It was an incident where she feared for the life of her unborn child. For Peterson was convicted of killing his pregnant wife, Lacey and her unborn son. Less than two months ago. Peterson's death penalty was
Reds great, Hall of Fame 2B Morgan dies at 77
"The U. S. A. Today has just reported that the Hall of Fame second basement Joe Morgan has passed away at the age of 77 Bob Nightengale, one of the top baseball writers in the country. Great reputation. Joe Morgan 22 years in the major leagues hit 268 home runs stole 689 bases, won three World Series with the Reds in the 19 seventies to time EVP 10 time All Star. And, of course, a bearing a native from Castle, Mont. High School in Oakland stand. I remember watching Joe Morgan when I was very young when he came up assay Young rookie with the Houston the colt 45 think even before they were named the Astros and man, he was so exciting to watch because, you know, he was a little guy, relatively speaking left handed hitter and he had great speed. He had great power, and he was one fearsome competitors when he went up to the plate and a great treasure of Bill Giles, longtime baseball executive was married to one of my aunts, friends that it was a long story, but anyway, he used to send stuff from the Houston colt 45 to me. And I had Ah, Joe Morgan autographed picture and I thought it was cool. That little guy can play baseball and he sure good, he sure sure could so
Trump to resume campaigning with in-person event at White House
"Live from NPR news. I'm Giles Snyder. President Trump is preparing to host his first in person events and testing positive for the Corona virus. The event will be held today at the White House, where more than a dozen staffers have contracted the virus as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Today's event comes exactly two weeks after a White House rose Garden ceremony that is now being widely referred to as a super spreader. President is expected to address another large crowd, this time from the White House balcony for an event on law and order trumps. Doctors on Thursday said that they quote anticipated the president's safe return to public engagements as soon as Saturday. The president is expected to return to the campaign trail on Monday with a rally in Florida Presidents Democratic rival Joe Biden is wishing those who plan to attend today's White House offend good luck, saying they should wear a mask and social distance. He spoke to reporters following a day of campaigning in Las Vegas. He plans to be in Erie, Pennsylvania,
Sloths Slowly Cavort By Day Now
"Somewhere in this forest do here there are slumps. Those slots live in Brazil's Atlantic forest. If you're a tourist watching slots isn't that exciting but if you're a scientist, well, it's also not that exciting, but there's a big upside. and. So they actually great study animal. For the wild because you can click on a daydream giles field a biologist at the university. Of Notre, Dame who studies Circadian Rhythms I mean the the ecology work that I I used to do several years back in Bolivia was was focused on bird. Conservation voted? Cola Jian. You'd see some parrots and you make some notes and then they will go on even see them again for another twenty four hours but Duffield and colleagues now collect data on the Brown throated three toed sloth in the Atlantic Forest Duffield says, the slots can stay incite or even in the same tree for nearly twenty four hours. The animals are at rest anywhere from seventy five to ninety percent of the time. But they're coping with a damaged ecosystem. The suggestion is ninety eight percents of that. Forest is being depleted a lot of human disturbance as obviously roads cutting through these areas of the forest in and it means the population of Florida Florida's depleted according to New Research published in the journal Mammalian biology by Duffield and colleagues sloths are responding to that Habitat Disturbance by altering their biological rhythms. We started to say that the the SLAW SPA try merrily day active and that's encountering chew to from some of the literature on the species that we came across before. The suggested they showed Kacem neural activity, which is kind of neither day nor night just kind of across the whole board and a few studies It was totally nocturnal behavior. So this was kind of the opposite to to what we'd expected Duffield says there are few if any studies where researchers monitored slots over a full twenty, four hour period, this study did exactly that for twenty nine days because a lot of. Literature that we reviewed that associated with slow had examined only a partial twenty, four hours, and so there was some inferences about their activity profiles. The course of the time twenty, four hour period. So there was a bit of guests would duffield believes that because predators in the Atlantic forest are extinct and Slavs don't have to compete with other species for resources, they simply taken on a daytime or diurnal schedule the the. Light Doc Sonko with primary Q. and that's Kinda surprising that an animal could be nocturnal conditions. Dino. The other organisms may come along for the slow ride from the algae that live on S- laws for to the insects that live alongside the unhurried mammals. Duffield says it's not clear if the new schedule adopted by Sloughs in the Atlantic forests also affects these creatures not something. We'd love to examine the you know the. The locally system and the Associated Wilkins Winds Sloth APPs that changes readily changed that day tonight to the teenage, the survival strategies based to on the other, and so it may will be that that change or that association daytime is supposed to nine time Casa. Morality does change some of the Yoga. Assumes that associated with it Duffield's most important piece of equipment for this research may be a comfortable chair.
McConnell says Trump's Supreme Court nominee will receive a Senate vote
"Fly from NPR news. I'm Giles Snyder. Several Republican senators are lining up in support of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is plan to vote on the nominee to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. NPR's Kelsey Snell reports. McConnell has not given a timeline for replacing Ginsberg, who died yesterday from complications of cancer majority leader McConnell hasn't said if he plans to hold a vote on an eventual nominee before the election in November. Much of the timing will depend on how quickly President Trump announces his pick. Supreme Court nominees undergo a lengthy process before an eventual vote on the Senate floor. Typically that involves one on one meetings with senators completing a lengthy questionnaire and extensive background checks all before public hearings and a vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee. McConnell says Republicans were elected on a promise to fill federal court vacancies. Republicans have overseen a broad reshaping of the federal bench in recent years, approving more than 200 of President Trump's judicial nominees. Kelsey Snell. NPR NEWS Washington Top Democrats say Senator McConnell set a historical precedent when he refused to allow a vote in
Ginsburg's death ushers new battle into chaotic 2020 election cycle
"NPR News on Giles Snyder. President Trump has said to campaign this evening in North Carolina with the Supreme Court in the spotlight, Political battle is shaping out following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at age 87. She died of cancer. Yesterday. Ginsberg was a champion of women's rights, both as a law professor and as a Supreme Court justice here, she is explaining why In this interview from last year. I do think that I was born under a very bright stone because you think my life I get out of law school. I have come grieves. No law firm in the city of New York will hire me and teaching that gave me time to devote to the movement for Evening at the rights of Women and men crowd gathered outside the Supreme Court last night. Two more injustice. Ginsburg from member station W. AM you Jenny Gathright reports America, Murphy says she was one of the first people to come to the Supreme Court to reflect on the news that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg had died. Then the crowd swelled to hundreds. Murphy says she thinks it's important that people showed up as a visual reminder of their support for women's reproductive rights and other ideals. Ginsberg stood for We're not going anywhere, regardless of who is placed In her in her spot and who was elected that we're not gonna move That was the night of many in the crowd say they're bracing themselves for the political battle over Ginsberg, successor on the bench. For NPR News. I'm Jenny Gathright in Washington. Democrats
Jim Bourke IAC President Discusses What Got Him Into Acrobatic Aviation
"Eventually got you into aerobatics You know obviously, you had exposure to a bunch of different airplanes. You know you're working with airshows. Did it kind of come out of that? Well sort of did because I grew up around pilots to me everybody was a pilot everyone I looked up to as a pilot, and at that time in the seventies, there was a lot of really great aviation going on tons of aircraft new aircraft being produced. There's a lot of people buying airplanes, a lot of flights, a lot of pancake breakfasts and a lot of airshows especially small town near shows a lot of that's not around anymore. But that time we could go to an air show seemed like or. Some. Kind of a flying event seem like every week every weekend shirts we did a lot of that and it was part my dad's way making social connections. So we did a lot of that kind of thing, and in particular I remember going to the air show at off Air Force Base I grew up in in Omaha and I have a very clear memory of the Blue Angels Flying Air Force, which they did briefly at that air show I remember sitting on my dad's shoulders and watching that and watching. Some other air show performers that are well known. Now, you know looking back on, it was really very fortunate to see that show a lot of great stuff going on there. But. That really got me excited about the idea of flying an airplane in aerobatics and then my dad had us atop here for while we hit several different airplanes. The one I remember the most is a Casa what the cost of jet a Spanish fighter jet. Blue it'd did loops and rolls and things, and I was probably sixteen or something, and that really that really hit me but then I just didn't have very much money and I. Ended up working at a hobby store and getting into model airplanes. So I spent a couple of decades working very heavily in the model airplane industry still do and got involved in aerobatics and became really proficient flying. Are Sierra in at some point I just decided you know I have the money. Now I could have a real airplane and do the stuff in a real airplane boy I you know monitors hate it when I call real airplanes really airplane. Their full-scale at full-scale full-scale. Yeah. I realized I could buy a full-scale airplane and be inside the airplane, and after that, it just been a a dream and I'm I'm very involved in it ever since then. That's that's that's awesome and then how did you get involved with a with I? Did, you start starting competition aerobatics and just kind of move up from there. Well, you know my first exposure to the icy was when I lived in Dallas and at that time the icy nationals was. Basically Sherman, which is about forty five minutes or an hour north where I lived and my friends, and I would always go up there to to kind of hang out and look at the airplanes and talk to the pilots and we had them all on pedestals because we were model airplane guys you know it was a two. So exciting to walk around and see these. Lasers and and Giles, or so the hot airplanes the time, and then also the pits by planes and all the cooler planes that are out there in the nineties was a time of tremendous innovation in in Arabic airplane design. A lot of the planes were flying really came out of that sort of era, the late eighties and early nineties when a lot of. design changes were made and we will all went to monoplane was one of the biggest changes that happened to that horsepower ramped up from four cylinders to six cylinders says a lot of really interesting things going on and that's what That's what really got me. To know about the icy into to see that it was something and but still not approachable to me because of my budget at the time. But I knew it was then and I I started meeting people through RC connections over the years who had I see background including. Matt Chapman. WHO's an air show pilot or was he retired? But at the time I knew him as a mater and some other people's well that I that you met and so it never really totally left me from that experience in the early to mid ninety s didn't leave me but it just wasn't something I could do until I finally found myself in you know two, thousand, five, thousand, six and realize hey, you know I could just go do this and Been Fifteen years ago I guess that I got into it as a pilot. I have my license I. Think I got it in eighty seven within sixteen or seventeen. And? I. Had my licence but just didn't really use it for fun until I got into airbags and that's when I realized. Oh airplanes are fun really fun.
Look Younger With Leeches Dr. Nidia Diaz
"It's the get foxy show once again, Jerry Fox here this time with Dr Nidia Diaz. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to talk to us today. It's quite an honor. Thank you very much Mr Fox you bet, well, you're an acupuncturist I'm an acupuncturist. We are Chinese medicine. Practitioners. This is this is one of the reasons why I wanted to have you on the show is because we've got some things in common. I. I study Aesthetic Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture you're also schooled in this as well. And what drew me to ask you to be on this show? Was I found out? That you are a rare practitioner in Kuroda therapy. Can you tell the listeners what that is and how that all plays into what you're doing? Well reto therapy not to shock everyone, but it's live leeches. Lives, Wrigley Very. Beautiful Gentle Leeches and they've been used since the dawn of time as a form of medicine and currently are FDA approved does medical device. So, what I've done is I've combined the two. Of this bio inject. Let's say on top of acupuncture points. To create really amazing results. How in the world discount about did you when you grew up when you were growing up, did you think you're going to become an acupuncturist who worked with leeches or how how did this all fall into place for you? Well I grew up in New York in Chinatown was one of my favorite places to go exploring and. I had already had already like just imagined. You know life as a physician ever since I was little massaging my dad's feed every night. and. The mystique of eastern medicine just you know. Interested me and my name Nidia being you know similar to the word India also but meet to just you know that sort of eastern culture a really enjoyed that aspect in. When I found my calling I was like, yeah, that's it. I'm totally into. Oriental. Medicine therapies and what have you? And did you end up going to a specific school in New York or word where did your Pathway Ju? I went to the second oldest acupuncture school which was in. Pinellas Park Florida. and Luckily we had three out of the three hundred PhD Professors in the world. that. Were Doctors of Oriental Medicine with that sort of PhD level of training. So I felt really lucky that I got to complete my doctor and Oriental Medicine Degree those four years at that school. And afterwards, I did still feel like I needed a little bit more. So I decided to to make a journey to Asia and travel to over twenty five foreign countries in search of quote unquote the cure. And brought back leeches. To me is absolutely amazing, you'd think that. Sounds is okay. I'm going to go out to these these other countries and really sit at the feet of semesters and learn amazing knowledge. And it comes down to Leeches. Yep. That's how. That's so brilliant. So. Why is it that leeches are so good for aesthetic facial acupuncture how to to? Mesh Well. They are FDA approved for Venus Congestion And the reality is that they suck up eighty percent lymph fluid. Not, blood. When they feed, it's only a little bit of blood. So, with aesthetics, you have a lot of signs of aging that have to deal with lymphatic stagnation like double. Chin. Sagging Giles. That bloated moon phase you know all of that so By applying these medicinal Leeches, you get to drain literally drain the excess fluid that surrounds like. The jaw line, the neck area. You can even see a difference in the puffiness underneath the is above the eyelids just because you have less emphatic stagnation. So I I think it's amazing.
Is MLB's Wave Of Injuries About To Get Even Worse?
"So you know heading into this sixty game, just sprint of a season, what was the expectation around baseball as far as pitcher injuries were concerned, they're definitely wasn't expectation that injuries would be up this year. We had trainers inside baseball and outside baseball pitchers being worried about the start and stop nature of shutting down and then starting back up again when they would normally be midseason form and then just not knowing how much the pictures were doing in their own time and there's There's even a question of liability of how much you can tell a pitcher to do because what if you tell them, they have to do since we're throwing program and then they contract the virus while they're doing that. So there was this weird dance of like we want you to stay on top of things, but do only as much as you can and please do something, but we're not telling you to do something. So everyone's sort of saw this coming well, so now. Two and a half weeks into the season what has been the reality pitcher injury people might think be up over time. It's been fairly steady for the last ten years except for this year. Basically right now, three times more pitchers have been injured than the average year and twice the worst year on record in the last ten years. So we're talking about the second day of the season until the eleventh day of the season, and it's up three times. We saw the closure in Toronto Giles, the starting. Starting, pitcher in Chicago Lopez. Ver- lander, we're starting to see more and more injuries plus we all the payroll he wants to say, it's just kind of the ramp up and the slowdown, and the fact that we didn't have a real spring training. Those things are true and that's probably a part of it. But the other thing is also true I. Think the pictures, some of them are throwing harder because it's a shorter season. You see jake degrom who already through really hard now sitting like ninety nine. News after the fastball away and quickly it's. Ninety, nine miles now, some serious fair. From the ground when we started tracking velocity in a real way of and around two thousand and two, the average starters. fastball was eighty nine miles an hour flash forward to. The average fastball for starting pitcher right now is ninety, three eight and the party. You throw the closer you throw to your maximum personal maximum more stress. You put on your elbow on top of that. There's a reliever usage problem right now, relievers are getting half the winds in baseball. They're pitching half the innings. They're pitching more innings than they've ever pitched starters are coming. Coming out in the fourth inning now, and that's putting more onus on the relievers who the short ramp-up wouldn't have meant as much relievers. But Twenty relievers are now on the deal right now, that weren't on day two. So I think the relievers shouldering the burden is part of the problem too.
"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"Forty? They bought they know is is twenties and thirties Britain, and they'd come back to find Britney like this and one can choose not to politicize it. So how do I think Britain is now it's not just the time. Some stupid conservative saw, it's all woke. Now I don't want that to be the things that have changed. That's one thing. The other way that they'd gone American. Yeah. And it's quite funny that they're will not sex in the city. Well, the thing is that you can you can. I mean yet, you could. Some of them could be super. American. And some of them couldn't have stayed really English, and they will have us about brexit and chop stuff which might be. You can have fun with is what I'm saying. Yeah. That's a good idea. Won't, get. The clicks. This week doing just trying to find something to make it sound shit. You've never ever mentioned before anything in. My mind there is because this is obviously talking dawgs. Everybody everybody cares about winning speaking of talking dawgs. Talking Talk Story Dogs Talk. Like US talkies. Headline going. Talkies. Dogs, process speech in the same way humans do. Then it'll be able to speak. But dogs process words in much. The same way we did. A study found that even though mass best friend has a much smaller vocabulary of limited to walkies and treat. Their brains are very similar reaction speed researchers at the Washington University in Hungary train twelve dogs to license in MRI machines. So they could scan their brains while they were spoken to. Irish. While I'm saying what I'm trying to look. I've lost. One of the kittens might say I can't find understanding that was to me. That was just a present he was could talking dawgs name. Why am I going in this fucking MRI scanner would be the main thing. So, new. So the choice you have is either. That's a good. You know what I mean about the click thing things is that if I do this because this week I did a thing about primary school. Wanting to change its name from. Primary School when it's not even that road right? I got I wrote a fairly. Fairly. Perfunctory two, hundred and fifty were lead item on seven hundred comments Well it's up to you this you could have. It's about what kind of three hours you want to have right in this. Is Their thirty. With we need A. Hundred hundred. Acre, would be is not is. Motorway now brings the red straight. It is in the story. One hundred we probably is the hundred Acre Wood Sussex. So motorway, one, hundred, hundred, Acre Wood Thomas it. Anyway so What do you think? It's a good idea, but then. If none of these weapons and the another idea last night. Surely, this is your Columbine and texted me and it was I was I was jealous. Phone. nope. I'm. Not Down. Be? Done. New. Ways. Of course, it really is. Ready to go you get. Somewhere find, there's no question that when during this pocus, the point at which you decided you finished. It's. Pushing inside, your. It coincided you rolling out some pretty thin material. Wasn't that. Aren't yes. Yes. On I'm leaving now. We didn't even discuss. Princess add. Entertain country life. I'm like God. But I guess, they didn't my call them. You listening to Giles. Coren has no idea with me Giles Coren. It's time podcast produced by then Mitchell. Please subscriber if you get your podcast would have. Cost spotify apple, and more to find out what I read about in the.
"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"You in. As a as a as a keen spinner walls before. I'm well aware of saddle soreness although go prostate. In the kids to the bicycle shorts, I, need really company month and my mom. This. The Polish. Still. Now, needs to be comfy money. No object come on my bumpiness penis health normally people to say four hundred, ninety, two Shimano no gears with a Ding Dong Bingley braking system in a hydraulic thing in a competent focus and I'm not pretend payable the nine pounds. Which is basic my cyclist voice. Over big one on spend some money. I. Want it now and anyway, and he said you have this has components and also components more components. Here's your. This is your book, but we have stood some components. Might One with components. And Samson what about that one daddy and pointed to like Beta by no no, it was a it was a program bike with a really low slung things. You could not just the ladies by one which if you had a wheelchair, you could step. It was really with a big boss from the front aniseed like an armchair. Him like that d like that roster round but the really he rise up around like a because. He's just come paying music walk kind of what kind of bike is that it's a massive ladies. I cover Venus I bought you on early on Purple Apache Presley presents but it wasn't actually Braxton doesn't doesn't point. He's of trump. But now This kind of to anyway. So anyway, it was. So I bought this bicycle and why was I saying oh? Yeah because anyway so it says men sexual. Sorry. It's just however twenty eight study in the Journal of Urology do you really want to buy a vehicle that appears in the Journal of Urology is the question I think intern cycling has been shown to increase levels of prostate specific antigen in the blood. I think they're talking about those mammals with the LYCRA and the weekend by quarriers adapting they're talking about you need to cycle three times further than you run won't get overnight results. Buddy.
"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"The whole to trigger warnings against which is a bad thing because young people who everybody ought to hear multiple voices so that as they grow up, they can change their mind. Although this thing we talk about is not all the time we went to that talk hay-on-wye. Irma Kurti used to be 'cause bulletins agony aunt for a long time she was very brilliant and sage and she said that. pleat clinging onto the same opinions year after year after year is incredibly aging and she's quite right and she said that to kind of to to to remain vibrant and youthful, you should aim to change your mind about something every year to every year challenge a prejudice queen of hearts in. Alice in Wonderland I, I believe three employees important to believe three impossible things before breakfast or something and Tony Benn. I believe often said I tried to change my opinion spontaneous. Every day. That's being a model park smoking. Holidays. Yeah. In the papers this. I sorta slightly to on. Did that. was sort of like Brajesh because we've chosen to stay in England. I was feeling sad because everyone's going on holiday and then they all the holidays screwed and Sheridan Freud. Let it go in the papers and people are angry with me but do you think there's more? It's a story that is not going be bigger. This week just got bigger this week because of holidays are it. It's People just really want to go on holiday saying motorcycle wave is just one wave. Is just big and they're just. You we're just sitting here rubbing has to add to the list. Yeah, and it was like started off with Spain and I thought of. The. US get in whole, Aric, brilliant and. When it's when the yet, Tuscany There were saying France and Germany may follow now the people who put their holidays in Germany fewer of those. Yeah. I wish them. Well, I do you WanNa, get some light foreign. Grease Grease just. Took it comes from a place that because we went right the responsible being to do just in terms of the planet. Mars we should be ready decided to have them. We try not to fly refined once a year even here. You have to fly the work I. Don't. Take one foreign holiday a year, and that's it and I was happy with that. Very happy with that. and. Then so AAs being I mean we we really want our friends to have a horrible time and not be able to also offering. Off Friends are gonNA come back for a woman to start instagram posting. Yes. Morning they say with the sunrise with their toes in it. And they have this one friend of mine. Posted a picture I said friend of mine. The wife of a friend of mine posted a picture of her and her family all diving into the Mediterranean and said, I hear it's raining in London question mark in the postcard famously people to send a Pasco. Wish you know I mean we should. We be nice. You know I hope you're having a time in London. Fuck. You you get quarantined for the year. Yeah. Yeah. But although I've got say like of the people that we know who whole I really I wonder who's actually going to quarantine when they come by. Since the story rose goes. The one thing is I always think if we go on holiday sometimes, it helps your cough I think it doesn't. Really helps calm was gonNA help. I mean having been to Norfolk where now where this is not what he caught is going to blasted out now I think it's the. Windy Day standing in the pebbles in a jumper. Needs Medical intervention but they're not very many of the moment who are around sort of stick things. Down my throat while I. Call Them I. Don't think it's very mad appealing. Okay. So upset the story is rolling on because. People not going abroad has an impact on this country, of course. And In well, did you get my email? Today about that said that. Said next August urgent exclamation mark do not ignore this giles did you just ignore it? Wanted on I. Think I. Read the Top Nine Mountain is plan to come back to it later tonight, read all. Press releases restaurants are. You. Going on holiday next year. It's about good. Yes. Yes. But I know that you're not about it was about I said I saw at the top about somewhere place in holiday and on you want to next year and that's how I want to book book now. At twenty twenty, one Sukur more. Punishment Cornish holiday. It's not punishment I. think that I think the children actually prefer it. They didn't like it when it's too hot. They like what pooling Sam suddenly loves boogie boarding, which is amazing. So I so We go. But yes. So so we're going to call her are and everyone else is GonNa have time great and we got the last bloody house in the Khan. Even I thought it was a bit mad to book now for next August until I went back to the House I was looking at and saw that someone had already booked week before and I thought Oh my God. I'm not making this up people really are booking stake while UK holidays for next August. Now, really I saw I saw something in the paper about an assumed it not to be true. I think it is true I. Think it really is true and also don't forget that there are all the people who couldn't take holidays. During look have been shoved onto the next year as well anyone who booked. Now what was a because anyone who booked in April May June? Yeah. I think it was June. July into July who booked to play because that happened with our crappy in LAS issues with us. Maybe we let them have their money they wanted to get. The most trouble people do things said no, you re Rebe yes all those. Yeah say some of them will be new book with some of the movie shoved over from from. What I'm saying is good and good honest upstanding people like us who don't think we should risk taking you know our city corona viruses to the valley. Who will also be choosing to order in England? Yes I. See but I thought you would say no because I thought. What book did say when I talked to last night they remember. Two weeks in Kabul next. Found another car that worked. So, we two minutes as I stand huddled in the rain at some for stinking or amusement arcade. Eating's sake fish and chips in. August this year. With with with my children in wetsuits shivering thinking, we're looking at instagram my friends having a lovely time in the barracks. Concern myself with the fact that this time next year I'll be. Doing exactly. The cell therapy because what we have done with this is we have purchased. The option. To, go to call because we have to go. On. Exactly exactly we ventures options each exactly we have purchased the option of mode per depositor. We have any I'm not going to tell you that I'm not going to tell the listeners that because they will do little sick into that at how much it was anyway but I believe that the deposit is is that we can get back. nope. That's not really like an option then. We've purchased the option, but we purchased it permanently. Wait it's an option to go or lose money did yes I see a purchase the option to go, but we have purchased the option to not going to get our money back. So, should we talk about your loving new bicycle that you put yourself? I feel for present I've been. Asking you to buy. For. On Electric. One. Because you thought I wouldn't go out. Because I think that there's no you should never look anything you own and and not threat to be some reason why you don't want to use it and next to a very, very steep hill. And I thought the side of only Finchley. Do not go. Go down into town. Yeah. So I so I so I put a bicycle yesterday I'm slightly gutted bicycle yesterday we record books on so yesterday means Tuesday and I just thought I've got to get out to buy a bus went down into I'm not gonNA wind electric bicycle because. It's just more of a collaborative expensive to I'm not going to do to grant three. Grand might be the wrong one up an electric car coming as it is. Next week and I just how many things can you have? Where would I keep it? We'd have to bring it in and charged indoors is great galumph ing but a by one more pedal bike. Before. So I went down into town with the kids to keep you the space. In lockdown. I went to I went down with a case to go to the albuque- shot by some books for them but futures up a bicycle. So into the that one on the corner, not the big. Of. Guys. and. All these different prices and I said to the guy. So what would you tell me about them? So why is this seven hundred or?.
"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"Giles. Is a very special day day. Isn't it? But It's very significant thing. Is it? No it's the one into now to say what yours was. Yes. Five one. Fifty. One definitely two thirds of the way through. No. No and. Seventy seven. Oh. Dan, that's very good. Fifty to. Seventy eight. This morning thinking I hope I, die in the two, thousand, nine, hundred. People. E Yeah my birthday now. Very Jolly. Thank you for the Black Temer Shanta and the muscle I. I didn't know that you had to fantasy halfway between t probably haven't even heard of Dexia days, midnight runners and Marc Almond our soft cell mock on that idea name, and he is he the hat with the muscle top. Wasn't. He wasn't muscle temperature didn't have any muscles because he wasn't that way. You know he was more of a slender physique, but he always wore to divest think okay and he did it. Doesn't really work on he's. Love Ain't love Mohammed most famous for SMEARING KITTY CAT ON A. Certain part of his anatomy. 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And I was this is just me in a nutshell I was deeply offended a depressed that no one asked me to do it until I left Instagram I took instagram off my phone because I was just like this is just this is just it's just so bad everybody hates me egg might just everything. Let me finish my story and then I went back put instagram back on my phone this morning and I had not one but two requests to do this and then I saw women who really might. Exactly and I thought I'm not doing that. This is just the whole problem with me. It's like I feel depressed and left out if people don't ask me to do stuff and then they asked me and then. He's exactly how I'm feeling post lockdown when I was really enjoying down thing of not having any fomer because there was no socializing an as we expatiates it upon this quite often really just want to stay home and easy to me, and now starting up again and I'm wondering where all the invitations. St. Call really have many people. I'm I'm I'm really in a confused state because I don't want to go out I'm waiting I'm waiting the first person who says Rar, what about dinner on the seventeenth? I'M GONNA go. Talk Show. Can we can we have an excuse to pretend to have covert? Want to stay in. Oldenburg depressed by staying and you'll let your you've reached your limits slightly staying in. Everyone else reached at about eight weeks and. He just watching it happen to you even I king of the sociopath yeah. He's slightly wanted to see another face. Yeah. Yeah. It's really sweet that has taken you this long but I'm Me Segue into a news story from all of these things can now pick up into a new story. Anyway. which is. kind of include my birthday and my airports and what you just talked about with the Internet all three together. Beautifully. Sympathies of right. I've read this is surface and then he went the over fifties and I thought. God Rap. I mean. When I was fifty yesterday I was like not over fifty. No fifty. Yeah. I'm a fucking Silvis up and I do have I'm quite I'm gray since I met you at thirty seven. Okay. Our children turned you gray not me and you Know I. Photos of myself from seven years ago and I I I it's weird. Silvio Berlusconi. That black hand notes thing. It says. Silvis over fifty to spend a lot of time online. On less lonely. And Happier. And have real online friends and actually they don't do it there looking in the wrong place. They want to have a really bad time. They have to dig a little deeper. Maybe it's because people. The Internet. As soon as on the phone, a tech person and somebody comes around I can't tell you. I'm introducing my mom to email which happened really quite recently has been she loves it. She loves nothing more than sending and receiving. I mean like two thousand word emails from her sisters from me. I mean she writes me an email and it's like a proper letter. About what she can see him, what's happened today and it's funny joke about the cat whatever. She loves it and also she she goes she has her kind of mad conspiracy theories not not mad mummy totally reasonable Oko how conspiracy there is that she can find on the Internet and sort of like leave comments on things and have A. Of Meadow people because over the mash it they believed there's other people they believe that they don't want to. Have it comes full circle to raise. The global warming is all doesn't exist and if it did it's being caused by vaccinations. Yeah. Is the kind of thing which you? Children and grandchildren. Soaring and don't really want to hear that. But on the Internet there's other mad old, you can also create for yourself a wonderful echo chamber on the Internet if you draw people need more then he's actually yes because they just they just don't really especially I mean especially want to be challenged by things. I don't WanNA see your hair and so if your then thirty years older than me that. Because the danger of the of the Chamber for the young is that they only have to hear what they're saying hey, they want to hear in Yukon. The counseling sitting thing because of the snow you calling there is a reluctance to be challenged by ideas..
Iran slams interception by US jet over Syria as 'illegal'
"Iranian officials have slammed the interception of a ring of an Iranian passenger plane by U. S fighter jet over Syria as illegal threatening action against Washington over the incident. Iran had said that one of its airliners flying from Tehran to Beirut yesterday was harassed by fighter jets but later landed safely in Lebanon. US official confirmed that a U. S jet Passed by the Iranian airliner, but at a safe distance child's Gibson reports. The U. S military says an F 15 fighter jets conducted a visual inspection of the passenger plane, but also insisted it did so at a safe distance. Iranian state media said the Mahan air jets was traveling from Tehran to Beirut and broadcast footage apparently filmed on board the flight showing a passenger with blood running down his face. The Pentagon says the incident took place near a garrison in southern Syria used by the U. S led coalition against Isis. Giles Gibson,
"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
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Trump campaign raises $20 million in virtual fundraiser
"The Trump campaign has completed its first virtual fundraiser prompted by the pandemic as NPR's Giles Snyder reports. The campaign says it raised $20 million for the president's reelection effort last night. President Trump's reelection campaign says it took in that $20 million from 300,000 donors from across the country, putting the average donation at around $67 beating the total of any of Democratic rival Joe Biden's virtual fund raisers. Still, Biden leads the national polls and, according to the Federal Election Commission, his campaign out raise the president's in June for a second consecutive month.
Giles Tongue - ChatableApps
"I'm Giles. Charitable APPs on responsible for elective laps. We've recently launched charitable on the IPHONE and Android. APP and I'm looking forward to telling you a little bit about what it does, and how it fits into the well today. Awesome well, thanks for joining US Giles. And then our other guest is actually a recurring guest my mate from Overseas Jeff Cooling Jeff. Tell us a little bit about who you are and what you do. you. qualify. In orden's on them. I'm also Carter here nate now. which is predominantly, consumer focused sleep. On a voice on the we treat a smart independent ideology. Awesome well great well. Thank you for joining me today. I wanted to bring giles on us. The CEO of charitable, a very interesting new application that surfaced that I think has a lot of promise and I think it kind of speaks to happen right now. within you know sort of the the hearing loss industry, and some of the new solutions that are beginning to rise kind of stemming from the supercomputers that we all have in our pockets so we're going to get into the story of charitable how it works and the novel approach that they're taking. Wanted to bring Jeff on because I think jeff being the type of industry expert that he is. He's been in this industry for Wyle. His blog. Hearing a no is great, and it's just been a really good resource. I just figured that he would be Another great subject matter expert here to help to dive into this, so let's get right into. It Giles. Why don't you share a little bit of the background on charitable? How it started You know talk about Dr. Andy Simpson and some of the novel approaches that he's taking but just provide us a little bit of background on the Genesis of your company, and and how this thing came to be. Sure why don't we start with and then I'll go back to set set up so okay. charitable uses neuroscience led. To help people focus and here conversation essentially sound is going in conflicts that comes out simple. that makes compensation easy to follow and we're using just a small funds or an athlete says on the smart phone, and the user will get clear loud voice without any background noise the backgrounds of the company raise Andy Simpson Dr Andy Simpson and his way. In order to neuroscience and then using that understandings and this ai which we're now implementing on the small fine This is a lifetime of his work. He was a coder in the gains industry. Way Back when and Then moved into research and studying in this field devoted junior signs. Couple of years ago, he needed some help to turn the tech at and he came across the sound wave team, who just exited to spotify a brandon, and George and together with some investment liberals in with mark. Cuban they founded the company and then two. We've been working on building the the Athens what is today. joined about a year ago to outside product to market. And then about six weeks ago, we launched the IPHONE APP and really consider that as our launch, and I think during the course of recording. This will go through six thousand install so that's quite fun. That's awesome. As very cool, and how? How's that Ben Working with the cubes? He's like he's here every day on the back. That's cool, though that you guys got I mean. That's a really significant backer of technology and I think it does speak to you know the broader investing community is looking at this space in their recognizing look, there's a lot of people with hearing loss out there, and we need to kind of start to rethink the way in which we tackle this problem. Because for a long time, hearing aids have really only been the predominant solution that we've tried to you know. Try To us here and you know it's like not everything is a six thousand dollar problem are four thousand dollar problem or even. Even two thousand dollar problem and I think that's it's an important distinction to make as to why I think some of these new solutions that are more at based these sort of from the bottom up I think they meet a different type of need, Ben, what's been addressed before, and and that's part of the reason why? I'm so excited about what you are building. And I think it does speak to like okay so mark Cuban is getting involved in this space I think people are starting to see. There's a big picture here. There's a really big problem that we can solve.
"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"Economy that's already been written in the time he'll make. Right. You'll make a different point making. What point is Russia making a different idea? IDEA, which is not if you say Libby purves is written economy I thought you could do the same. Saying is that he's taking. He's observed that there's lots. Of. Extra Surveillance Sir I wish you could see the look on Giles's based on. Communication blankets. I mean. Just let my point. Let me let me defend myself. Okay I. Hearing all come out. My mouth sounds really stupid, but in my head is a good idea, all I'm saying. Is that Roger? Boys is observed that there's lots push surveillance around now because of track and trace ya where you save. It's just a fact that there's more. More surveillance around. Do you mean people sleeping on each other more? At the government, yes, the government is sleeping through these APPs, and then you say snoop meal. You like I'm only doing boring things. Boys are saying yeah, but. He's is surveillance is surveillance. If this were caller, Michael Roger. Boyce has no idea that you could. Look seriously, I don't know what you're talking about. Yes I know it would be. Were there new story saying? Surveillance Yeah outrage, then try to call them gang voice. Because here's dead. This boring person like me right, but it's not. It's a brutal boys. Alright alright. I've got one more, is it? GETS STANDARD ON SCALE OF TODAY's. I've already told you and you've already said that. It was good. Ish, okay? Which is? What we learned in this lockdown for next lockdown. If the lockdown looms again. These are the things that I learned from las lockdown, so we own I will find by goodling second-wave I will find a news report from somewhere in the world in the last day because spoiler. That's how I do my collins I decide what I want to write about and then I find the news peg which. Is So find a second wave newspaper. And then to prepping for the second way because you can prep with hindsight now, your. With the second lockdown. What was your first one? You just one make sure you can plead keyword status so that you can send the children, and so basically I can plead key work we need to. Because I felt that the burden was not on me, and that's not what it was so key work status and send the kids back immediately. T! Don't bother. Still go with now exactly so no flower actors you on. You on no more likely to make bread during lockdown than you are in other time Ditto pasta. Yeah, her less. We never made our who is working to. Martin. Well no because. It doesn't taste exactly like change. Be Soon or ACCARDO, homeless. If I made him, it would just be tastes like daddy's rush krispies mainly krispies hot chocolate. So what other things! Kick. No more likely to address I would say I would say. Shave on your hair immediately at the beginning now. You wouldn't let me brass my hand the beginning. No, let me. Say I'm not GonNa let you rise your hair at the beginning either ignore. Your wife would be one of the on absolutely everything. Three ignore wife for so. Prevalent down. Country immediately. Country immediately. Funny you can get out of that. That's what I've got. We could also tell you what we can do. Is that one of the differences between The old? Normal and the new normal is that because we now have a joint column the thing where? It was Josh has no idea, but he comes back and S to help. Find a column idea you. That was like you will had your journalistic career to do, but because we come together, we have to come up with an idea together, so one of the things we have to do each week is the equally serious problem. Is that neither jars coronor as to walk as any idea for all polo and someone was asking the other day. More asking me the other day in fact Caitlin. Moran was asked me the other day. So how'd you do that with the column? 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And, then when you get out of the car very occasionally. Like in the old fiesta used to pull the ratchet and swing back. Get in, but it's like the gap between I gets in, and there's no way that he's in the car because it's like it's like a stick. A person has been driving with with their needs around their ears. Not all in all, they'll go sexist. Wider winning after Dr so close to the because she likes. And? Anyway,.
"On this episode of five minutes in Church history. We are going on quite the journey. Let's explore five cathedrals in Europe ready. Well we'll start in Florence at the Santa Maria del Flora or the Duomo di Ferenza as Tian's would call it. This cathedral was started in twelve ninety six. It was finished in fourteen thirty six and one of the final structures that was put into place for this Cathedral. Was the famous dome. It was designed and built by Brunelleschi. Who had studied geometry and physics but for much of it by his own account. He relied on his own intuition. And well it worked The Dome was built in. It still lasts. It's made of brick. It has its white ribs in its terra cotta tiles and it serves as such a great backdrop for so many spy movies. So I'm sure you've seen it or the site of that Cathedral. There and Florence goes all the way back to a church that was likely dedicated in three ninety-three by none other than ambrose of Milan and that's the cathedral at Florence. Well let's keep moving. We'll go to Paris and to Notre Dame in two thousand nineteen. It was all over the news. Of course because of that fire it will take millions to rebuild and it will take many years to it as restored. It was first built back in eleven sixty three it epitomizes that ribbed vault and flying buttress style those cathedral structures that are so crucial. It was the site of a temple to Jupiter and the early Roman days and then it was a church and then it was a cathedral in seventeen ninety three. This is the time of the French Revolution. It was rededicated no longer as a church but as the cult of reason and all of the statues to marry were replaced and they were replaced by Statues Lady Liberty Well. It stood that way for many decades and then along came a novel. Victor Hugo's the hunchback of Notre Dame in eighteen thirty one and when that novelist published drew attention to the cathedral and its restoration so Paris. Well let's travel a little north and let's go up the Rhine River and let's go to Cologne. Germany and Statistics abound about this cathedral in Cologne. Germany are you ready? It is the tallest twin spires church in the world. It is the second tallest church in Europe and it is the third tallest church in the world. Those twin spires reached five hundred sixteen feet. Construction began in twelve sixty four. Here's a statistic for you. It has one hundred eighty five thousand square feet of space. This is a huge building. It was so huge that the allied bombers use those twin spires as a landmark further bombing raids during World War Two. The cathedral survived it. Took some hits but it survived in. It stood in a pile of rubble that was the city of Cologne. If you go there today you can climb all the way up to the top for viewing platform. If you're willing to climb five hundred and thirty three stone steps you can also hear. It's eleven massive bells. The largest of those bells weighs twenty four tons. Well let's cross the English Channel and we'll go over to London to Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey has a number of people buried in it and the number of people memorialized in it. Over three thousand people have plaques inside Westminster Abbey and many of them are actually buried there. Isaac Newton the poet Robert Browning kings and Queens and princesses and princes and of course inside Westminster Abbey in Jerusalem chamber in the sixteen forties. We have the writings of the Westminster standards. Well let's reach north a little bit. We've gone from Florence to Paris to Cologne to London. Let's go to Edinburgh to Saint Giles. Cathedral it dates back to eleven twenty four. But it's glorious. Moment came in the sixteenth century. It was the seat of the Scottish reformation in fifteen fifty nine. John Knox was installed as minister at Saint Giles. What a great story. What a great story. All of these cathedrals have to
Morons: I have a political beef!
"Go to Franklin Georgia for today's more on of the day it's a Georgia councilman a Clifford Henry Giles. He's been charged by the jour-jour Bureau of Investigation for swapping the price tag on a beef tenderloin with that of a cheaper pork tenderloin the piggly-wiggly and councilmen picked up the tenderloin which had a eighty three dollar price tag on it and swapped it out with the twelve dollar price tag on the pork. He's fifty four years old and was arrested. The next day on theft charges I did not make it clear how they came to suspect Councilman Giles. And it wasn't immediately clear. He has a lawyer. That's GONNA speak on his behalf. All we know is is that probably store security plus the councilman swapping price tags. I wonder if he had one of those piggly wiggly t shirts that kids like I have. I HAVE A BLACK SHIRT
Amazon warehouse workers plan nationwide protest to demand coronavirus protections
"Hundreds of warehouse workers at Amazon are planning nationwide protests this week and P. R.'s Giles Snyder says employees at fifty Amazon facilities are demanding stronger on the job protections from the virus the labor groups involved in this week's call out say it's the biggest job action yet following strikes over safety concerns at Amazon facilities on Staten Island and in Chicago and Detroit media reports say more than three hundred warehouse workers have pledged to stay away from their jobs a separate sick out is planned for Friday among Amazon tech
US consumer confidence sinks as virus begins having impact
"Britain's the Harry conference and largest board Meghan report airline could is conceivably one is of cutting the first out take signs flights a ton of the from corona of being Gatwick viruses international airport impact slip on the which economy which and is ways charity the who suspended index patrons reading all its last flights even not month global was from one influences got thirty to get two pulled in with this the a couple collapsing month said one Dimond in a final twenty because post of the could Monday analysts hit on nineteen and say the now sharp operate multiple drop Sussex the shows carrier well says there are serious Instagram restrictions worries account on about the the challenging economic as we can market all damage feel environment from the corona the world has virus led at this moment to the decision especially seems extraordinary for the jobs aviation from industry Giles the conference has they been board's hard add Lynn hit what's Franco by the more pandemic important says the this March now prompted decline travels is the health is around not the and world well just to being stay a temporary of home everybody shock apple and finding some it's cells solutions more in also line with slowing the severe to down the many contraction issues just fifty resulting and three more from declines flights this crisis would are you sure take they want to off follow or land as at we that's all Donahue got find to Washington work the part on Tuesday we ought to play according in this to global aviation shift data and provider changing of flight habits stats we are focusing beginning this new Wednesday chapter Catholics to understand runway how lonely we can be best open to contribute schedule flights from we two wish them PM luck to ten Charles PM the will last close month one London of its two terminals London city airport closed its runway to usual traffic last week chose to live as well London
Royal no more: Harry and Meghan start uncertain new chapter
"Britain's Harry and largest Meghan airline could conceivably is cutting out take flights a ton from of being Gatwick international airport slip which which and is ways charity who suspended patrons all its flights even not global from influences got to get pulled in with the a couple collapsing said Dimond in a final because post of the could Monday hit on nineteen and now operate multiple Sussex the carrier well says Instagram restrictions account on the challenging as we can market all feel environment the world has led at this moment to the decision seems extraordinary the aviation from industry Giles has they been hard add hit what's by the more pandemic important this now prompted travels is the health around the and world well to being stay of home everybody apple and finding some cells solutions also slowing to down the many issues just fifty resulting three from flights this crisis would you take they want off or land as we that's all got find to work the part on Tuesday we ought to play according in this to global aviation shift data and provider changing of flight habits stats we are focusing beginning this new Wednesday chapter Catholics to understand runway how lonely we can be best open to contribute schedule flights from we two wish them PM luck to ten Charles PM the will last close month one London of its two terminals London city airport closed its runway to usual traffic last week chose to live as well London
How Sleep Can Be the Missing Key To Your Success
"Sleep so often overlooked too when it comes to performance of a business people and folks in general. I think for the last as long as I can remember until really recently in the last couple of years conversation seems sorta about it. It's felt like the thing that people think they could cut. We all know the experience even probably from childhood when we had a bit of time when he was in We needed to make sure it was live on time. You might stay up early. Stop NATO should say get up early to do it so I think it's one of those things that most of us get into a habit of of counting at some point relatively early in our life and maybe it works on a one-off basis that we start to think that maybe that's a small thing to do. Well do we cut it because we actually can get by for a certain period of time really with a lot less or without it? I think you're right. I think if you cut it for one night and say you have USA. You enjoy h how it's suppose you had maybe six for night so long as you catch up all have a pretty solid eight hours or mole the next night. You should be fined. The problem for most of this comes when we cut it every night and then we can catch the weekend and things like that so I think you're right. I think cutting once in a while most of us feel doesn't do any So what does your research show about people that don't get enough sleep. My book is a fusion. If you like of my own experience and Research For my life and a lot of reading and talking to others as well and what it shows is that much as. I've already alluded to that. The first ninety s fine but the back you start to suffer physically and mentally and of all the parts of the brain most affected by lack of sleep. The brain is the one that suffers the west and work. Sheri's off I. It's also the parts of the prefrontal. Cortex THE PART OF THE BRAIN. That does all the stuff of leadership stuff. The main management of key activities that people running small business for example need to master. That's why you get affected quickest. So ironically People sort of sort of people listening to this show who are carrying the burden of running their own business and often thing that maybe cutting sleep too smart. It's very area of the brain that they need most where Sleep is particularly vital because in today's society we don't need rest of our bodies because it's not like we're out in the fields working all day right. We really need the rest of our mind. And that's what sleep enables you to do because I know what I don't get a good night's sleep like last night my mind. The next day is just jumbled. It seems like when I get a good deep sleep and I have. Some great dreams almost relaxes my mind in kind of washes everything out for the next day because I often think the best way to describe it to be the first three or four hours of sleep is a physical recovery. The next three or four hours is more like the mental recovery and a lot of people think they can get by on for the and they can just sort of luck themselves around on a daily basis physically They they they can actually still function not optimally but they can function whereas those of us that really try hard to get seven to eight hours sleep. No the benefits from a mental point of view and it certainly a number of things go on in the brain when your sleeping and one of them much. You're listening to is that you start to integrate your new learnings from the day before. It's almost like you're operating system is up a nightly basis right exactly. Well I also your memories off filed property as well to go hand in hand with that so hopefully you know we learn things where most of us aspire to be lifelong learners. We learn something every day and night. That should then be properly integrated into our knowledge of the world and we can better do different. People actually need different amounts of sleep. Because that's what you hear a lot of like I only need four hours or I really need eight hours. Whatever that is or to human beings really need all the same amount or is it depends on their age Areas when you will in. I'm typically talk about adult sleep when you are a child. You need a lot You know maybe this need. I'll try eighteen hours a day when when I first born and then gradually fourteen year old son who I know observation leave. I also know from reading. He needs at least somewhere between nine and maybe ten and a half hours sleep to function at his best for adults. It's typically seven to eight hours Maybe slightly more based on all the research that is that is being done. It doesn't seem to be that old people necessarily need less sleep the challenge for people who are retired and maybe become sedentary often don't wear themselves out of the day They don't get enough sunlight and actually generally by date. They stopped to sleep worse because they must tied as they they might be The other thing to note which is linked to what you're saying Various that there are definitely locks and owls in this world on that she's a genetic thing so if you're someone who loves the early morning and maybe wants to get to bed a bit The other many other people is part of your your. Dna is part of the way. You're wired I'm a LARK. I know hours five hours. That's pretty very annoying. The other one is always been up in the morning but actually wants to leave the party. Early I mean I'm neither a Lark Owl. I like to sleep. At least eight o'clock they had like a bit eleven o'clock so I don't know what that makes me what Giles one of the questions. I go ahead. People exactly jobs is this really vary by culture isn't a cultural thing. Do Asian folks European folks are American? Folks are South American folks. Does it vary by the kind of culture brought up with the way you approach sleep. I think so in terms of time. certainly living in an people live in Barcelona for example where they always go to bed. Feddie Nice that's the culture and the way the work. I don't think that from a if you like from any other reason for that role in the cultural have it. I don't think there is in terms of the like the genetics between people living in different coastal world. And what do you do when you have particularly bad nights like so for me? I usually have pretty good sleeper but recently I've had some really bad nights and you always want to reach for that Ambien to as the solution. What should you do this multiple things? You can do If he'll challenge is getting off to sleep so you just come in and get your brain is wearing and just can't get to sleep taking taking Bob's example epsom salt ball for any other sort of natural oil or salt. It's a fantastic way of relaxing. That's one great way to get to sleep. Another good way to read and read paper or maybe a kindle but something with low light and make sure that you leave your devices your electric devices and smartphones and ipads and so forth out of the bedroom and look for some lost our so before we get something else. I've used recently. Which really helped me again like you. I'm not pretty good sleep now but I still do have nights when I find difficult is something called White. Hit a blanket. You may have hired about these these Blankets specifically designed to almost simulate what it was like a child when you had before you go to bed or even in the old days when we sent in Europe used to always have sheets and blankets do base you got ta Ta very very tight when he kind of replicate the same thing and they should be somewhere between seven and thirteen percent of your body weight. So I'm just over ninety kilos and I've got a nine kilo blanket on that that's fantastic. I particularly find if I wake up in the middle of the night which is kind of the common thing along with Obviously when I go to bed I WANNA go back to sleep and I really make sure I get a good second part of the sleep. Is it. Well what I'm using that.
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"Yes actually so. What's your cheapest car that one over in corner the Blue One and so you bought Friday that day and drove him and drove him for eighteen years and then I came home and then you can drive and he said maybe you should drive and I went. Okay let us strive on tour. You on that COM- changed. You fell for me. Finally changing changing a tire outside Buckingham Palace. Yup pulled over on the side of the road. And what really seal the deal is when you were changing the tire on your own of the fiesta outside Buckingham Palace and the policemen wandered over and you just like hello and I think I thought he was gonna come along and say you can't do that here but I think he said something like that. You pulled over onto the flower beds in the circle right opposite Buckingham Palace because I like the fact that it. Karen did whatever I wanted. And I jacked anyway. Changed the tire number of times. And and you were so that was cool and sexy and anyway look because you were at U. S. Was actually crying about it by the end. We bought home from the hospital in Freddie faster. People always just laughed at me for having this funny little tiny car And then the other day I was driving the kids back from a play day on Sunday morning. And there's a ticket. He noise noise under the Bonnet. What's that noise and Kitty went? It's only the car it's the car but crying and it just fits side of the road to coffee. You're doing an impression of the car or is that just sounds like mostly what it sounds like. I just can't Kinda North Man Long Cooler soft and he turned it over a couple times and he said that sounds terminal. Doctors get trained to have some bedside manner. That's like saying my mom's got a cough and he comes and goes. Yeah you're toast. I mean it was just. He didn't and so he said you could just leave it here. Increase part and they can just come and take it away said no and he told me he said. It's your camshaft. You can belt your timing belt and replacing so in the end he said well I can. We can scrap it all. We can take it. We can take it back to your house as we can wait all day and I had the kids in the car and then you can't spit up. I could wear all day for a tow truck or for for a job to pick it up or you can be towed by it. So he then then towbar and stuck it on the Toke attached to the back of his van and to go to the thing that don't break except at the break slightly so that people know that you're slowing down. Remember to indicate and and stare as we go around corners. But I don't want to see you in my in my reviews because if that happens it means you're gonna hit something. And then he just reversed out and took off and it was pouring with rain and off Ebay. Now this guy and I will steer assisted steering gone so strong LAD. This was like a thirty five year old. Geezer like a strong lad ave to call then son. I'm old enough to that. I don't feel it and if you're is being towed by quite slow when you go to a thirty mile an hour that he's went off went and he went round corners. And it's like water skiing with a blindfold on in a tin box in the middle of London and I'm only two feet from the back of his car going at thirty miles an hour. The stopping distances tells me we all die but of course the stoned steel bar keeps protected from the thing and then we were and then we came to around about then he just switched around and there was a car about two and he just didn't care and he carried on and I think he has the headphones on and stuff and smoking a fag. Just driving even was driving me as bad as me. It was like my punishment to help. I'll spend my life being towed by somebody who drives me being a passenger in a car with someone and he went round the roundabouts and then came off and the same ziprecruiter where he didn't stop. Zebra crossing go to and then I thought they were going to go in between him and me and get mashed up. Then you went the wrong way round do it. We got the car in. That doesn't sound like fun and off you went and then I went into into dock house up the road. And I said it's the Campbell seeing and he said it's probably time Mr Corn and it's it's it's very sad this question of what we do now. The kids will go absolutely Tanto. Had chance to them bass at me. I think I'll probably be inclined to sort of spend anything the only thing that's good about. How was your engine? That's thing every single panel is dented. Rotted the sills rotting. The water comes up. The wins the windshields. The review mirrors. Don't adjust anymore where whenever it just go unilaterally just turn songs down air conditioning went about twelve years ago. The yesterday that if you because you can't stereo on and off you turn it down to zero volume when he wanted to be off. But whenever you over a speed bump the sound comes up to about mid level. Who's playing that tune? Is it my phone? You can't connect you will find to it. So our sound system consists of a boom box in the glovebox which we then connect my connect viability and there are kind of whole ecosystems in the ad in the back of the kids things like Chris growing their large capturing quite a lot of carbon carbons because probably carbon-neutral the Moss on the on the wind inside the window sills soaking up the as much carbon as it burns the most equally thing you can do is not to buy electric car or the. It's the keep the old car running. The question is how much do you do to keep it alive the moral of the medical profession now? Isn't it the hippocratic oath? Means you've got to keep on keeping these tonight. So what are they going to dial so? I'm wondering if we could have. It craned over the top of the House and down into the garden and become a feature. I wonder if we could have him crushed and then put in like a perspex box and has she coffee. When you crush them the they they. They're bigger than that across car. So then we have to get a new car. And IT'S PRETTY SAD. We get another Ford Fiesta disloyal. Well I have actually already eaten onto the viewer potential replacement you bitch. I'm gone on Tinder while your wife is in bed. Coughing moved on. I moved on. Do you know why because can't stand extra coren new car yeah. I'm not sure how much thinking of spending on Robert. When did you send this owning uses what I was talking mainly me? I'm not sure how much you were thinking of spending on a replacement for Freddie but I like this car hits link. Testarossa is it. What do we got here? It's it's a Volkswagen SCIROCCO three doors. It has three to pick. What is this cause for birds? No it's top gear. Actually yes. Volkswagen up one liter blue motion tech three door. I want maximum roof low fifty case. That means I sit on the roof. I don't know much about cars. I am very very upset about tragedy but more than being upset about Freddie. I'm really annoyed at not. Having a car really briefly wing actually write about Nicole umbrella. I think just a general they would really want it because it's not corona virus and it could be a really wonderful emotional piece about the pfister and you don't necessarily have to make massive statistical point for comedian meaningful thoughtful piece. Yeah because everybody. Has You know relationship with their car. And it doesn't afraid Roger Taylor of Queen famous. He wrote a song in love with my. I'm in love and I only got a feel for my automobile. I think it signed to night at the opera. Probably the third track is like the thing about the bicycle bicycle race. Bicycle race has different about checking fat women who rode bicycles whereas the other one is about sticking your the exhaust of of four Mustang. It said they were they were. It is weird that they'd come mainstream queen now because they really weren't. I want to ride my bicycle. Not about bicycles anal sex is it a maclehose gusting right type. Of course. We didn't put that in yet. Shut up shut up Charles. This POLKA. She called shut up giles. Now you've been listening to Giles. Coren has no idea with me. Jaws Ami.
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"So they'll have to. They'll have because everyone goes to a nightclub and it's all shit and then there's a box of rubbish area which is equally shit. But you can't get in so you want to call it unless you're a model so in modern land there'll be people they've hired to stand around being miserable in part of a club that they can pass to show you through to go to the VIP bid accent. You know it's not really. It's only a theme park and you pay for any instead of the orange drink and the treats. I. I didn't understand it. I think this is but I think that the reports been cut say he's been filed from Las Energy but then wholesome southern through the Times in London unable to believe his is cutting. This is politics and cut out but you can. You can save a handcrafted model land elixir and an assortment of Articifial. Truffles is that walk. Is that what the people sitting around housing estates fat eating naturals thinking that? What a what a model does yeah touches? They dream of the things in bottles and obviously sorry column. Because economists model land things you can never be like so there'd be other lands. Yeah exactly and obviously the first thing. I thought it was journalists. Land known was Jonas. We'll do they. They do media media. Funny isn't it. Or what would you get up immediately and find out what it's like to claim your bear on expenses by pretending to have been in the pub with a contact when actually with your maids and you've got twenty three pounds where the bear and it's all free except the managing editor notice? Will they ask you? The contact was really. You have to make up a story. Will you have to literally say I don't reveal my soul which allude only journalists have ever done to protect the fact they were actually taking a girl out for you simply lying or make up just embezzling the money other jobs that you might want to? What are the jobs that people really want to do? Royal Land Roy. Yes and then hang on. Look you've got you've got to do a series of these it's got to be. I stumbled across some brochures fissile other language. Correct rich people land you. You sit in a room and talk to your lawyer litigation that you're launching. It's your next door neighbor because you plan the basement. Triple thing you're going to Ferrari's exactly you sit and complained about how your friends hanging out with you of your money. You SIP two hours on your mobile phone trying to complete. You be organized. Your travel plans because your helicopter needs to refueling. You start to get you to your meeting in Ireland. And it's very inconvenient. Yep that's all they do and and setting up and then royal land these places where you still have to make it special graphics in Prince Royal Land. That's where you wake up on morning and you are. You are glamorous prison protest but you've decided you want to pay your own way because he wants to go live in Canada but no explicable reason you sit in a room with your husband. It was on twitter. Yeah exactly and the writing this blog post about the queen has no jurisdiction. Canada over the use of the word as she actually does. She owns Canada. Sarah Jones is coming up anymore. Just kind of the Queen. Hundred said has jurisdiction. Yes it was extremely funny. They just do these mad. When they literally suggested that the Queen wasn't it wasn't up to the quick 'cause they will have their brand Sussex Royal. They desperately do not allow because they can't use the royal and she said actually in Canada the Queen has no jurisdiction she total jurisdiction over Canada and all sorts of other countries considering the faces on them money to say. That's that's pretty big shipment that is basically why monarchs how their face on money can make a change. It from Sussex Sussex Royal Look auto achieve split the two thousand but like him last somewhere we should be actually really fitting saying things that German real rural Roland places. You can go to experience how wonderful it is to be one of the things you really want to be discovered actually the reality of Shit. Yes I think that's really funny. I think that's a really good one. Good strong disgusted at Tunbridge wells literal person he.
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"I mean that's not feel calling but it is very good news for you and also for me and if anyone else he suffers from according to cough which is cordless people say not interesting but also lifestyle podcast. We're lifestyle sponsored by picks who who is. Is it just completely wrong? I often get the fastest on the wrong syllable of leads so oh sorry. I haven't heard anything. Eight zero zero cc to you all had stopped back. What does it warn not for me? Thank God oh you sold those genes. I forgot that I had when I was drunk. Okay right story. And few days ago Justin Webb warning today programme that they shouldn't chase off to younger listeners. And it was a mistake to sort of dumbed down. Oh sorry but the story. This morning is just in web is talking to time radio about coming over shut up. That's Today webs in talks about potentially leaving the thirty sixty s hubbub doesn't web glamour tits out these fifty nine daily. The Daily Mail gets Griffith Radio for presented. Justin we're born species speech. Throwing radio appeal to younger listeners. That's literally the Daily Mail headline is not slightly. It's not the truth is that Justin Webb has today presenter has just said in going after youth. Which James Panel of meeting the sometimes the head of BBC rate sometime we all know. Is it just a bit too far? They're cutting the money to the core programs in favor of quote bite sized chunks the quote youth audience and that'd be just any said that and that's a bit of a nineteenth coinages in the forty s will weaken the case for the license fee. Just complaining that by trying to younger listeners by with shorter more stupid items because that's what people want that damaging radio for but I think people win when BBC bosses say. The young aren't listening to BBC. Radio Anymore says where we have to treat. This is an emergency and run around with our panel on fire. My first reaction is. Hey what took you so long anyway? So yes so. Just say that's website about the today programme and I thought as a column could say right. I am going to your Justin. Webb is wrong. I think you should go after the youth vote or wherever and describe ways in which you can dumbed down your column for a year order and then eventually become more silly until you're rising kitchens on that might be funny so the tone and content is up to you. You're the writing monkey I D- ideas I wonder if he sat in your office for Hundred Years. You'd eventually Shakespeare and the story on page eight of the something about Christian. Do Bhutan his shoot. Yeah we asked me what did he say I think he said there's something some of the same old crap that they've appeal the young people. So you say Christian libertador designer. The famous ship Bizos underneath which was awarded sits in the city and show that by young people have said something exciting. But what about Libertarian heels? Donning a not for young people young. Where trainers and also Christine details credit. Expensive Okay so you get the struggle to free trainers with your next episode. Listen clearly this episode. We'll do a quiz and if you get it right you can win sneakers no they. Don't call them sneakers. What do they call them? So Nike Ed Jordan isn't it Sarah actually very very much pat. Oh but darling looking series. I think you'll missing the point that one into that one GEISEL's sort of people to talk this anything could happen to anybody are clueless coffee. Pick my child. Labor is so children mover interested in that castle youth. People miss the point. I'm looking for you story. I'm looking at that email. That may be the wrong. This is this is about dumbing. Daniel Columbine not dumbing down the car. Okay because you've got to write a column remember tomorrow so you mean why to come to write a column. Yeah about. The news aimed at exam increasingly young. Exactly I I do think you feel that. You might have done that column.
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"In the papers today. Stupid column later because give me two seconds piece. Somebody has to pay the bills. We're GONNA drop in just like this lace. I'm netflix stronger. Right in the middle of this exciting stuff instead of having a boring identity bit at the talks and if this hasn't worked on anyway and you'll know because it would be there but the book our society different. This week is that we're no longer just does corn has nowadays. We are the award nominated. Podcast gels corn has no idea we are indeed and we have been at the British press awards which are the only ones that really count. And we've been nominated not best news. Podcasts 'cause I flip through the list of I wonder if we've got any non tend to be nice for the again obviously boring. How many saw that you couldn't who else could you nominate Jay Raina Anyway? So we get a Hugo brisket. Not Likely and so we haven't been nominated for best news podcast. I saw that we've been nominated for best lifestyle podcast. Yes I'm wasn't I want these interest in? I'll take what I can get but I don't consider this to be an lifestyle book. I consider this to be a very important used book anyway. That was how I imagine dip but apparently we're lifestyle. Do you make a vase like that if that was a bad thing because my face was really being what's wrong with the lifestyle you quite well. That's sex and the city is a lifestyle show. Your six o'clock news. You know ratings. Do not lie. Actually what do I know? I listen to the book data and focused on one from the no not really. There's one from the sun but I always pay on the radio. Copy Fund is a massive pair of Japanese coming in here. Oh she's got them out huge. They've got nipples they mislead pastry animal for awhile. But that's something else. Sorry I don't maybe they do have them on the podcast. Maybe it's big. Ladies with their boobs are talking about. That's the only way they can do pays three now. You have to have the three girls talking when you try to imagine them with no talk more USA they think right what I'm daddy's in lifestyle podcast because there's nothing in the news. Oh well you really had been through the paper like it says on the top of the century the papers for you and I got you some really fun ideas stories first of all some personal news possibly not for calling but some dispersant use. You're giving me really good. You know what do you mean? How would that be possibly be good news? How would that be possible? It would be great news today in the Daily Mail. Page twenty-eight doctors at the University of Manchester think they have found not quite a cure but a way to alleviate chronic coughing and who's GonNa Chronic cough a chronic cough being defined as a cough that lasts for more than eight weeks as opposed to eight years. I don't think my my brain is blown. You HAVEN'T AFTER MINUTES. I'm D- I'm almost dying with the effort of NOCCO Fang okay. Is this true finish. Twenty eight of the Daily Mail today doctors at the University of Manchester covered drug cooled. Gift a pick sent a little known Asterix. Character says coughing by a percentage. It doesn't evacuate it completely but it does reduce it..
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"Welcome to Giles Coren has no idea it's cool this not because I literally no nothing but because it's all about the moment in the week when I have to sit down and write my column but have absolutely no idea what to write about. Which is where my wife Esther comes in who having read all all the papers whilst I take the kids to school always has half a dozen ideas picked out me when I get back to be discussed at the kitchen table over Nice Cup of coffee Cassese's focused ever or is it is it? He knows motor water long way. We've come started with a massive great big and we just had a massive heart. Mental people can tell when we've I've had a massive row night. Be bended recordable to tell them why we had massive rally. They want us to be perfectly. Okay morning with me. I think it's attention that I'm about to go. Go Away is always this exit row. We always have an exit. Row and reentry was tonight. After recording this podcast well immediately after recording CACUS. I'm going to go upstairs and start packing and I'm going away for a week for the first six weeks of being away to film. I was about to say my stupid bloody not hotel show but people listen. I mean my excellent really corporate and it is really popular and it's important that idea my hotel show and three million people watch it every week and Di Chapman around the world going to hotels as soon as I'm going to have to go start packing. It and I'm too glamorous Scotland for an entire week but you are doing. Some mistrial did wonderful. I assume so it's an amazing hotel. I'm going to miss this fellow. WHO's climbing onto my shoulder attending Yahoo. You've now trained to sleep CONNEC while you're having an APP. It's amazing to think when we did this. Two weeks ago they just arrived and they they were hiding in rolled up. Yoga mats other special northland than hiding places and that's just me and now he's uh-huh oh. There's the microphone you're going to say something similar yeah and now we've got these two weeks have gone and the cats are just Tokyo. Go to go where I'm going to miss them horribly. I now have my afternoon nap with sleeping on my neck back just getting let's move on to win anyway. That's why we had to go away and you pretend it's fine but you're inwardly resentful then look at your face like it was from within the Queen's resting face just incredibly he said grumpy and take that as a compliment okay. You'll call them. I think you should re write the lyrics to Jerusalem. Hey because as you know we desperate to get you to do lyrics. 'cause I think that your great lyrics and poems and stuff like that. Ah Some of the best thing was a news story a news thing okay so the new store. This is come from is the news that Jerusalem Rousselin is Britain's number-one. Hem in what sense what do you mean is number one so what what does that mean. Is there a chart that chart for him is it up from number three was amazing in Grayson then all creatures written smarter than this praise. The views of songs appraise has voted it their number my favorite him. I thought it's always been the UK the one ever no one gets the remote to shit about Jerusalem until the ashes cricket series in two thousand and five and the crowd started singing it the you know how I bet the number two swing-low-sweet-chariot. That's not really him. Rugby people seeing singlets sweet chariot tricky people in Jerusalem and football people saying saying Shit and you know you are which is which is which they also got from Westminster Abbey. Anyway plotted Blah Blah causes toys being played cricket in sporting things he wouldn't be votive but people in Church people people you gotTa Church vote on things. They just leave it alter. It was a Pope Bhai songs appraise really yeah I think so because praises listened to by reasonably churchgoing people. It's a long story but in your hand story well. It's all about the headline. The headline is what's the school rugby him Jerusalem right so it is it is rather to K- schools school head. Jerusalem isn't it yes but I mean that was quite prepared to realize. I was thinking that it was more important than I mean we didn't. We didn't never school him because they they were living with CBC working so they said they used to sing. Jerusalem ed sort of the end of term but it's also the women's institute. I mean anyone who hasn't really got a song just goes assuming they tear is being an intricate team. It's crappy. Westminster School is the Women's Institute and I. It looks to me like that story what it looks to me from the headline that you've read out. It sounds like they're saying that when hymns of praise have a nice yeah songs of praise have a vote on the on the on the put him what happens is that a him from the rugby gets to be number. One does say was not tate. Wait a second. They say that Jerusalem doesn't feature on the list of the top ten lost time. The survey was conducted in twenty so it reminds didn't the thing I used to have a thing in the in the the funny thing about this bollocks to resume so I used to have a thing when I'm I'm sorry sorry what is what is wrong with him. Jerusalem what is based on a massive pathetic patriotic misconception castigating century imperial imperial delusion and did those two nation times who's feeding. They're talking about yeah walk on endless mountains green so what are the other seventeen lines for aw and was the holy lamb of God on England's. No no not a tool stokely wasn't and was the and did the countenance countenance divine shine forth upon these crowded clouded hills crowded clouded. No didn't Jerusalem build it here now. Nobody it's very hard on the nation's favourite him it was so then the column would be how about because I think in the time starring fascinating mating historical questions to which the answer is no and opened up the Daily Mail and it would say was king author a Phoenician mercenary brought to Britain in changed by the Romans to work in a tin mine and then they have fourteen pet. No thank you by my favorite one was did. Adolf Hitler's bad teeth caused the Holocaust. Two Thousand Years of European shepherd is collapsing bryk mark but they used to try and frame it so ah I remember and I and then I invited readers to what was fascinating question and they would cool the paper and then one of somebody wrote him with added those featuring ancient times no and it's the thing that we could be aversion of Jerusalem to which the offices are all yes so how does it and did those feet ancient times walkabout in Palestine never having heard of England yes and did the countenance divine shine forth upon the Galilee while we were all eating fucking thistles and living in holes in the ground yes and it was the worst to roussel them build it in Israel while we just swung from trees and had sex with our sisters yes and then they sing that in your fucking women's institute right. There's that idea dealt with. We've got the classic laughing Esther back from having a massive piss about me. Spoiling has shoutout now. You're good mood. Shout the Bush now. Do I'm GonNa do for you so they look in New Zealand. He walks around the lake in listening to the PODCAST. Maybe maybe we could ask if we could come live within because that's where billionaires are going to go and live. Magadan has been billionaires. Maybe we can come live with listener so shutout and also we've had a shout from. We want to shout out to someone in the Kenyan Bush. They are listening now the sound of the buffaloes in the Tigers with it and you sound like the Kenya Bush very excited because Africa she spent part of a year of Namibia. Maybe and we went to Kenya. It wasn't just a gap here thing I have that she'd been. She has a deep and soulful commitment to the continent and so one of our best friends lives there and Kenyon and now we turn out to have a listener in Kenya who plays it in the Bush and she's telling me she's a film producer and she's just produced a film film called the Elephant Queen which documentary to ten years to make about the journey of a female elephant across Kenya and it's got it's being screened screened in London. I think next week and she's very kindly mister spots. Why don't you have because I think she's in it. He's he's in the right thing to see. Listen listen to a podcast by any chance that will be good. I think it's a very rare in nature documentary. That's not narrated by David after birth so it's very nice it's going to be the new. David attenborough Wang Environment and how we're going to die. Yeah uneasy listen. He's does she have does. She have to peddle a bicycle to generate the power. We used to have to do that when I was in Namibia generate power yeah we had to put a bicycle hooked up to a generator or maybe it was some weird displacement activity but that's how you used to January power in the Bush when I lived in the Bush in the days before podcast anyway that is really exciting. Yeah it is good. Thanks now given given the people listening to this podcast to be what they do. Ben told me this saying that they they listen to one and they like it so much that they binge listen to like twelve in a row we have to remember. I always think it's good I I did set the set that what's happening this week. 'cause we'll probably bollock on and talk about our cats in any old rubbish so we need to let people know what's happening. What's happening. This week. Is brexit still happening. Instill it's been the back of every single one day. People will look back at this show on the twenty th century and that brief moment when jarred Nassar's podcast what happened during Baraga Gang. What was it called brick bricks brick sling bricks bricks skit took about the fact? This is quite interesting and it applies say can be applied talk household. I've written one of my. I know disposable cups so yesterday conference there was this wonderful scene which is the management went totally to piss where Boris is starting to conference different center on the people are shouting out and he's he's embattled by to Boris Karloff problems. It's not going to get us out on the thirty first. Today's the day he he launched his his plan is finally said what is deal is going to be. There is going to be a hard bordering on that isn't going to work. We are not going to leave. Meanwhile Charlotte says that he squeezed her. You pick up the by the American women with the Pole Dancing Boris went round the house and they gave up less than seven times a week. She has a poll and she has pulled on kit but in this case Boris computing lessons and then then an aide put into his hand a cup of coffee and he were much it was about stick with another eight grab it from him and he's seeing mutter notice opposable cups because that's the thing could bring for his fucking Johnston down the man who shagged everything and everybody shouted after his wife allegations of beatings people into the windows the whole the they burn effigies often because he's politically in substantial and a hypocrites. OTC with a non MM disposable with a disposable cup of isn't it. It's all about the thick of it as and the people are saying that this is so terrible that it's so micromanage. Actually I think that has happened. That's brought the notion of disposable more to the fore. It's better that they're trying to show him without a disposable. Calm down. You think deeply about this thing because you've instigated a new way of making coffee in this house. I haven't you oh you know this morning. Housewife and I like trying new things and I was advertise on Accardo Orgy. My weekly shop.
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"An account manager from Manchester. She believes her crazy. Controversial eccentric personality will make the star that shines the brightest. She aims to keep Uh enemies close. I'm one theorist business woman with both SAS and classes she says and then Carina Lepore she's got a bakery and this this is a woman who's an account manager you you believe she's a woman with sense and class and this is accenture but he's account manager Carina LaPorte. You've got a bakery. She says I'm a pocket rocket. You really don't I want to mess with me. She sell bonds buns on High Street mentioned that they've been made sound like decks by this. All addicts warmhearted the ice man keynote in Goma picture of him in his shorts. He's got a nice body. Heat hasn't got any sort of he's got an ice cream vegan ice cream firm and he's ready to win at all costs uh-huh except like even milking cows he wouldn't do all cost is only it doesn't hurt a mushroom basically. I thought I might do my pitch for the apprentice did did I not get I mean I didn't get it across. It's basically it's it's one of they say they're ready to win all costs. You really don't want to mess with me. The Latin livewired Hamelin Arteaga says says I never have problems only solutions okay so it's like. I'm Josh Kerns Yeah. You really don't want to mess with me. I don't even use the loo I on the floor in Boardrooms uh-huh. I'm so dangerous that actually kill people is it's the thing is that tells you are but the thing is is that these people are reset set. Look the point. Is these apprentice people these ridiculous claims of how dangerous there so. I can write basically a whole column in which I go in and it's just corn is a journalist and fifty and he says if you disagree with me I'll rip out your heart and spitting your is because I'm not getting across the full way of how good this column could be. That's because I don't think it's a very good idea. It's it's it's you can't sustain that over how long wait midway but it would be funny. If you took your every day activities as agitated ludicrous with this is that they sell bonds which is not a ludicrous activity activity at all but it incongruous when they're talking about Vegan ice cream or bond or being an account manager which all just sort of normal exactly so you you should talk about your daily working life. I mean you can't be that specific because journalism is but we're at but I get downstairs and you can talk about the cats. You know I get downstairs on the door of whatever and I make sure those cats fed to the fake. No I take none of that Shit. That's lit allies or whatever I take I take I take no rubbish from those kittens. When I take my children to school I make sure that they will done new that is how that is the way to come so the the apprentice which is about to fill screens until Christmas. It's prioritizing everything sort of aggression and cliche and personal responsibility and non teamwork I and therefore that is how I'm going to push myself now. Here's an here's the description of my day uncompromising day and the humor is your quite sorta. Gentle Dia will just rise in your columns but you you sort of present. It in this busy is busy stupid superhuman postman doorbell. I leave into way yeah exactly the last possible moment when he's literally thinking of giving giving up lately my passed over the people next door. I opened the door and scream what in his face you know. It's podcast day then comes the producer. He rings things that Doorbell. What are you wearing say because it's always best to put people and the excitement but it's good to put people to make make people ill at ease as he comes into the kitchen. I give him a really low chair to sit on so he feels really small and stupid ice on the ladder wherever's these ridiculous this kind of management power moves and billions of them on the Internet. You know like where you know has some ideas so my color shit face because podcast is days yeah yeah yeah. I do my own shit idea. which is when you're reading? You've been listening to Giles. Coren has no idea with Giles Kara and Esther Walker. It's ties podcast produced by Ben Mitchell. Subscribe wherever you go put costs to avoid ever missing episode. If you want to find out what I wrote about in the end there's linked to the column in the podcast description for the full live experience. You.
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"This this is misspelled works took well. Why why does he pretend to be mad at. He hasn't helped toll it just shit. Just kill everyone off. That would be so. That's we'll do a million's notes. Thinking Shakespeare was really really shit. Catch on I quite like with the great misery rivalries throughout the I think concentrating on Milton investigates probably better because you can really you can build Milton up to be this kind of absurd person. I mean who knows what furious I mean. phoebe PHOEBE UNABRIDGED SS problem. My have no problem with you. I think she's amazing amazing Bennis produce. I know I have my view. It's not funny. Why is he so rich. If I could've sung that fucking three lines song about the puck and not we need that I know you do suffer from this. You've had local place with you about remember what standing often she wrote off your rent for one of her bills that we go to occasionally where basically listeners you may. You may not know this occasionally. I just tap giles and say that you're a restaurant critic. Take me for an expensive meal and for some reason we fish with J W three I was one of your least expensive ones. It was very good though it was quite good Jacob three for Fox anyway go these Ju- Battery Pack Type Restaurant called Jew w three ten minute from his house ah she rode with me why you so angry Alzheimer's and then he listed all these people that he knew alternate at school do a rich sake. All of those people will be jealous view. That's what I said to you at the time they would all be jealous to have much much more exciting life than them when they're stupid. Hedge funds you. Do I mean that seriously you accept that in this cheap food ed you'd be listening to Giles Coren has no idea with John Carr and Esther Walker. It's ties podcast produced by Ben Mitchell. Subscribe wherever you get put costs to avoid ever missing an episode. If you want to find that would I wrote about in the end. There's a link to the column in the podcast description for the full live experience. You can tune into my radio show every Sunday night from seven till ten pm on Talk Radio Yeah..
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"<music> welcome to giles coren has no idea it's cool this not because i literally no nothing but because it's all about the moment in the week when i have to sit down and write my column but have absolutely no idea what to write about which is where my wife esther comes in who having read all all the papers whilst i take the kids to school always has half a dozen ideas picked out when i get back to be discussed at the kitchen table over nice cup of coffee. Do you think we should do the thing that we did last week which i noticed that in where we talked about what day it is and what's happening in the big wide world because it's moving so fast that who knows where we'll be in began to the world three key one got. I'd say one of the first things we i think we should just explain to people listening whatever they're listening so does the friday morning that is currently wednesday so boris johnson and we have had a general election yeah. It's possible boris johnson. Maybe lived in by by friday morning. Basically i don't know you would like to explain where we are up to now because i don't know i know rubbish on brexit but i feel you're more rubbish. So why don't you try and experiment. We're at very low blow giles. You know i m too scared to read any of that stuff exactly the approach that i take which is good. Let's ignore brexit fills nine hundred page. Let's talk about all the stuff that isn't brexit and making the papers much much shorter than this exactly what i did thirty years and okay what is gonna boris. Johnson got a dog and and he was angry about stuff does what these took him yesterday defense that he got a dog or whatever they do with russell. Ah yes your confusing it with such javed's cockapoo with which which sentence it stopped syllables a way the which he's in the jack russell was photographed today so even though borresen subject have having a little bit of personal problems at the moment and the coca poo and jack russell were pictured chilling quite a next to each other ads are no no downstream aku is cross cultural deterred coca. It is a cross between a a cocker spaniel unapproachable and they are cross breeds are much better because they don't get am. I am gonna many health problems. As list last week's podcast will remember you talking about the cat fascinating next advocate and we'll talk about how great cross bred goats yes and they anyway but cockerpoo and boss johnson and dog french authorities want that extra point. You've made really good. I got it from the paper..
"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"<music> welcome to Giles Coren has no idea it's cool this not because I literally no nothing but because it's all about the moment in the week when I have to sit down and right my column but have absolutely Lee no idea what to write it about which is where my wife Esta comes in who having read all the papers whilst I take the kids to school always has half a dozen ideas picked out for me when I get back to be disgusted the kitchen table of Rynd Nice Cup of coffee well. The main from I think we have this morning is that we had an actual route. I'm glad that make you because I really am because basically Keating about book issued often giggling and being happy and select seriously we had we had telling you we did. We have out this morning. I don't know why I didn't third episode of Our world-beating podcast looming the record at ten o'clock in the morning. Should it may distressed or something I believe if it was my wife's fault. I believe that yeah the ankle grinded that you can annoy me yes so we had an actual row so whether or not I suddenly discover whether she really thinks funding and vice versa because mostly just laugh at each other stuff off but if we're having a route and what have you seen Golly I feel fine. I think I should publicly that. We have actual rest shit. Boil your head donning I think I shall we talk about racism so much race stuff in the papers this week with Donald Trump telling <hes> <hes> squad the four non white American politicians they will send us or they congresswoman. We'd have to see them. We'd have to know what about American politics important elected representatives and three of them born America the refugee from Somalia when she was ten and he said if they don't like it I suddenly it was about to start looking trump impression and everyone can do them in the whole world but yeah so yeah there's obviously that's sick and disgusting and is that racist language also there's has also been all this stuff which is not which has sort of energized the race debate roll the Ming actually racism per se which is that we've now got the remaking. The Disney Film the Little Mermaid. I think it's live action and the moment it's going to be black. Okay here. Yeah I saw there's an online forums angry angry white supremacists but they probably don't think they just just kind of right-wing quietly people in their bedrooms complaining about the Batman made saying actually I think you'll find the human manmade <hes> even legionary brunch split seventy million years ago before they were black people they were there. Were no people and we're no fucking but it's just so when he gets identified the Supreme Woke Him to make Black Mermaid as like a gesture oughta cast. We'd had this week to Death Patel in David Copperfield. Oh isn't it every sensitive not trying to heart no because the leader of the free world old says things like go back where you came from. You didn't like he can go back. What do you say to Death Patel the Asian David Copperfield but it's he go back to? I think there's a mutual friend that long ago and when we were in India yeah I remember reading this thing about people who live on the dust heaps which don't exist anymore..
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"And you said it doesn't matter it's fine relax chill. It'll be fine and you and your idea so sub but you with your usual feel mountain stream. I brought U._T.. I made it you coffee and a little bit of a cold in your throat and you and you whatever and and now your ideas are subpar. Luckily I have an idea that I had before. We started drinking today which I think is. Possibly quite feasible there was a thing with Jeremy Paxman. It was in the Daily Mail yesterday and it's very very groping pictures pacman and now we can only joke about old people means packs over sixty nine so packed in his brand new saga call him in office he wanted to be outspoken and people people pay attention to it has said the truth is the snowflakes have taken charge in government departments in the media and elsewhere just about the only sector of society but he saying you call the route about anyone the snowflakes taken over the young he ran in Saga magazine just about the only sector of society that is fair game is old people I now I make offensive jokes about the myself. The jets have traction because deep down all these field Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah just about the only sector of society that is fair game all people that the only people are allowed to take the piss out of people but that's not my column and he's quite they can't see that you've got red hair to putting a hangover aside and go into hunting for just a minute. Jerry is the only people you can take the piss out of now. Thanks Jerry. I've always confused me. Clogs Jerry very easily except donning brilliant brilliant really hadn't interrupted me. We'd be there look Jeremy is complaining that the now that he's very the only sector of society in this game is people you can't be mean about women and people in quite rightly and people have other ethnicities but you can't be old people that the only people you can be rude about. I say not so say there are lots of people you can be rooted that like Vegetarians. Is that still okay vegans. No probably not do it in the right way. We got in trouble. What about cyclists people get you glastonbury festival people all the people that you all year round anyway? I used to sometimes be mean about fat people but I realized that that is not cool anymore so yes but what about told people yup and Disley. It's on you just as if I said I really stupid long shoes compared. I caught by shoes property then you does your mother. You should have much milk beans. You've circled the story in the Times about bees in Khyber. Just yes sure yes about how he's like. John Hung over from bring the story of the pay and it's come through death that you said it. My interest is picked by the bees but this is the market has gone through the other side that this is the story on the other side the right amount already written about in a different time. Forget the base three forget sting these jazz no bees preferred jazz and world music. Somebody has to which is obviously not true but there was a story on Saturday about these which was about a robotics and they've made the very very close to having made robot bees to pollinate things we've got rid of all the bees and they've now made tiny robots because that couldn't go wrong just all they've made billions of tiny little be soldiers that they've programmed to do so you're going out to a nice sunny day and able to buzz be the bees pollinating the things for the moment there pollinating but they could be turned to any yes other animals you could turn make into rebels yes and weaponized tigers when he died but we made a million robot tigers and it's an spies brilliant. You would notice the elephant in the room. That'd be really good that you could let through windows and see what you know like like technology. Not Actual fish would be quite good. How'd you train line to be a spy? Yeah people go fuck nine yeah. They never not thinking for a minute. You've been listening to Giles. Coren has no idea with Giles Coroner Esta Walker..
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"I'm Giles. I've got a new podcast called Giles. Coren has no idea now. This is not literally true whatever you might have heard. We're calling this because it's all about the moment in the week when I have to sit sit down and right my column which is to say my flagship Konig have some others but they're all about food and my social life and all sorts of other nonsense and Dr Frankly a walk in the park but this one the big huge massive topical Opinion Column in The Times is the one that puts me under real pressure especially when as often the case I have simply no idea to write about and that is where my wife Esther comes in because having read all the papers and found nothing of any interest whatsoever. My next move is used to hand them all over to her and head. Often the kids to school hoping that by the time I get back she will have at least three really good ideas picked out full me and that's what this podcast is all about this just a bit of a glimpse into how newspaper columns are made there will be no insight of a personal nature a tour nothing like Matt no arguments or marital tips no rows about whose turn it is to put the bins out. This is not some sort of prurient window into my domestic life or anything those of you hoping to watch a modern media marriage unravel before your eyes will be sorely disappointed. Is it okay okay so now on thank you you. Just you just want you explain what's going on in Venezuela to my column to me. I'm just talking about your take on Venezuela which more instagram which is this picture of this guy which is fairly connick. Right now running along down the street with the burning Venezuela in the background tweeted this thing integrators thing about how does he keep his converse. Oh by his converse very suspiciously what and then then you said is he single because it's funny but as if you were asking for the the General I was just asking. Do you have any man let me trying to navigate the whole thing with Collins and try and be funny and help his locates that I have a wife back home who looks at death in Caracas and goes is he single or any man who can take bu-but attended Czeslaw infamy. Imagine what a picture of women that gives me. You'll being very aggressive for Wednesday morning and it's my birthday we'll look. He just looks like he can change tire and I can change the time. That's why you're a million miles away from this guy yeah you'd want into abutting thing and get shot by bullet and just go you would never do the heavy metals on Medina's but that who owns of Satan subscribe to John. Lewis Garner has no idea on spotify who wherever you get your podcasts to avoid ever missing and episode assuming we survived the Festival Uh..