35 Burst results for "Giles"

"giles" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast

NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast

04:51 min | 5 d ago

"giles" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast

"That's that's definitely how i feel too Listeners know that. I've degree in library science. And i was trying to be a kid's librarian for a while but that you know it's it's a long road to their and it doesn't pay very much either. I live pretty expensive. Part of texas and is a single parent leg. It's not something that i could afford to continue to pursue. But i'm very passionate about getting books in kids hands because i think that it can change the world especially you know. I think one of the things that people do are like. Oh you know. This book has a black main character. I'm gonna give it to a black kid like that's great. Yes do that. 'cause you know again. Representation matters but also give that to a white kid because it's going to open their eyes to a whole new way of seeing the world you know how someone else who isn't them Same things as if you have a main character who's autistic or disabled or transgender. Any of those. You know if you give them to a kid who doesn't belong to any of those groups than you're going to open their eyes to the way other people perceive the world i think that cultivates a lot of compassion and we'd have a lot less hatred in this world. If people read books about people that didn't look like them or moved through the world like they do agreed. A good book is a good book. And i think people that recognizes black kids for decades have read about people who aren't like us so there's nothing wrong for everybody else reading people who aren't like yeah exactly exactly. It didn't hurt us. So yeah absolutely. Okay so tell us where we can follow you on social media suite. Keep up with all the latest news. A most active on twitter at ilar giles and instagram lamar in my website is my name. Lamar dot com. Those are the easiest ways to catch up with me. You'll often find me tweeting about whatever..

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Is Calorie Information Helpful? With Dr Giles Yeo

Food for Thought

02:02 min | Last month

Is Calorie Information Helpful? With Dr Giles Yeo

"It's an interesting time. Let's put it that way in the uk. It's been a crazy kind of year and at the moment menus are soon going to be full of calories. Now you've got to count about calories. And i was wondering if you think that this should be becoming part of the conversation is a good thing a bad thing. You know i'm gonna give you maybe a surprisingly nuanced answer. I think clearly we are in a middle of a situation in which the vast majority of noncommunicable diseases not infectious diseases we are clearly in the middle of infectious disease pandemic but non infectious diseases that we face today are diet related. Okay this is true so clearly. There's something about our food environment and how we interact and how our relationship with food which needs fixing and part of that is more information. And i think that is probably going to be helpful. But is the calorie. The right information to have i guess is is the question i'm going to give a depends on what we using it for so my colleagues here in cambridge that this is not was not work. That was done by me. They have shown that calorie information at point of purchase. Your coffee shop for example you walk by and the muffin is four hundred calories type of thing that that that information on average makes a person eight percent less likely to buy the food and hence presumably consume consumed the food. So i think what calorie information does at point of purchase in cafes restaurants is to give people pause for thought it makes people think i do i do. I need this food. Not case there is some use bought. Is it useful as a piece of information to let you know how healthy something is if something four hundred calories does it mean as healthy is. It's healthiest something. That's five hundred calories and there is going to be no.

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"giles" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

B2B Marketing Now

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"giles" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

"I would say I'm not like the most organized most detailed oriented person that I don't like that about myself am planning about me that I really don't like. And and I try to kind of work on that and improve their but increasingly the bits of me that work especially in business actually, in trouble to kind of bring people along and and create a great culture and there is a great culture and brand watch that part of me. I like. And so I'm beginning and I'm like I'm learning to love the bits of me which off. Like more than hate, the best me, which I don't like whilst trying to work on the feather. I'm a pale mail and stale, and need to evolve as we all do white men, in our fifties off. So I think, I think that journey of learning to love yourself and learning to accept yourself is something that I've been on throughout my life. Actually, I think that is some wise words and I want to thank you Giles today for really getting radically transparent with me on a, an array of different topics. And yes, I did have right, well, what's that? If you don't ask if ever know, right? So why not? So thanks so much child. We look forward to having you back on another episode. We can do some micro episodes off of some of those topics but thank you so much for your time today and we wish you the best of luck in your new role and building out those teams. Thank you. Jen has been a pleasure. Thanks for tuning into the radically transparent podcast brought to you by octopus. The only social media management and employee advocacy platform architected for B2B. I'm Jennifer Guzman your home in director of social strategy here at octopus. And if you love Today's Show we'd love if you subscribe rate and give a raving review wherever you get your podcasts for more damage, shouldn't be to be social media marketing. Be sure to follow after post on LinkedIn and of course, to gain access to all our free social media marketing, and employee advocacy resources, head on over to our website www.sdge.com, until next time,.

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A Conversation With Former Pastor Keith Giles on His Book, Jesus Unforsaken

Spark My Muse

01:43 min | 3 months ago

A Conversation With Former Pastor Keith Giles on His Book, Jesus Unforsaken

"Your book even though it's about atonement which people might think oth- theory of atonement book. Maybe that's not for me. But i appreciate that you write this in an extremely accessible way. You actually cover seven different kinds of atonement theories and i think many people will be surprised to realize that there's that many they may have heard of one possibly influencing their life or possibly two or three. But what's really interesting. Is how each theory of atonement has a kind of origin story. A kind of cultural place and time in history that it came from. And you talk about on page twenty seven the gospel that jesus preached is not about getting us into heaven after we die. It's about getting heaven into us before we die before i jump in really into deeper things. I just wanted to ask you as part of this unserious. Did you feel that. Atonement was one of the top things that people misunderstand to me a little bit about how the book came together. The jesus on series is really all about as people could probably tell hearing the titles. Were reading off really is about sort of tackling. But i kind of see as pillars in evangelical christian. Faith the allergy that. I think that's largely misunderstood. A lot of it has more on tradition than what the scriptures actually teach. When you get down to it. I think a lot of it's about fear of manipulation things like that so i wanted to kind of expose that china light on and hopefully give people better theology and better ways of thinking about these things and and by the way things that are based on scripture that are based on church history.

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"giles" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"giles" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Welcome to another edition of premium. Hoops podcast my name. Is scott levine. Filling in for mark schindler ever heard of him. It's kind of a big deal We do this every year. Giles and i We did it last year on the premium hoops feed and this year. It's no different giles. Are you ready for this. First round. mock draft yes. okay. I feel good time. Yeah no this is like our way of motivating ourselves to like actually watch games of these guys because when you're picking for like the sun's at twenty nine normally probably run out of like opinions to have at that point but i i do a little bit more work this way because i wanna have like an actual opinion. And that's what that's that's all that's all this is about. Just have it opinions and having fun. Yeah and like diving of the prospect of something that i always get annoyed at every year and quick through i get really into our model. I need to watch more college basketball. Lovely yeah i definitely i definitely a nba draft procrastinator as well..

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"You did a available then. That was good. Have you ever met anyone from northern. Spain like milan. That was embarrassing. Yeah ben lousy so he'll just go back and put in spain where it's make me look stupid so anyway there's so many things to say but but first of all that fancy every now and again. When the match got boring between the spanish the spanish the italian there was some of these outbursts of eggs. Coming it's coming and at the bar. Halftime was queuing up for the pines and there. There's lots of people in in spanish and italian kip. There you think there will spanish and italian and then they'll go as coming it's coming and then was interesting. The ground the spanish the italian fans all boo it. They booed the song. Could basically everyone is playing for the right to play england. 'cause we'll play denmark tonight and all that it hasn't happened it'll be three four zero five being like sleep fan so they keep coming and then the italians spanish together that because they hate to quite interesting. What was they hate. Being fans is pulling shop. I know it's when belabor i would feel faintness i'm way so but what was interesting was that was the second biggs and this ties into the fact that we're about to open up the borders and talk in the papers today about the tests and how they'll be different lanes heathrow for people to come in. I can come back. It'll go green by july. the nineteenth. We'll be able to go different all the testing we'll be rigorous and i'm saying will it miles 'cause i've been to two events england one day. International sri lanka and the euro semifinal in both occasion told me one of them. I wasn't double vacs yet. So i got the lateral flow tests on the app. Last night's one. I had the double axe remiss. My friend wasn't double taxed so he had gone to gone and got the floaters. Put it in the thing. You have to take a photo opportunity. You lose four g. Show to them. All of these got their on both occasions. Yeah we don't candy. I said i've just got the vast yemen. Non-cash non-cash through you come through. And i think they just that's going to be the same borders they make you go through all that stuff. And they're working on the principle that eighty percent of people do it and twenty percents. We'll we'll we'll just go and they will not test at all. Yes they are the in. Yes they have to was that a tigers and get..

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36 States, DC Sue Google, Alleging Antitrust Violations in App Store

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:12 min | 3 months ago

36 States, DC Sue Google, Alleging Antitrust Violations in App Store

"Of states are set to sue Google and an antitrust case joining us now, as Tom Giles, Bloomberg's global tech executive editor. Tom Tell us about this lawsuit. What's the basis of it? Well, this is yet another action by U. S. U. S regulators against Google And these this is yet another sign of concern. That Google has grown too powerful and that it's and that is wielding that power in a way that sports competition in particular. This focuses on the Google play store. So this is the store that you have to go to in order to download apps on your android device on And so the concern is the fees that they charge APP developers for distribution of your apps. And these developers have they've they've said Enough is enough. They've complained to to regulators. And so what you've got is three dozen states Attorneys general from 36 States and Washington D. C coming together. And leveling a lawsuit against Google alleging alleging anti competitive

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

07:15 min | 4 months ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"Foden was most getting missed. A clue it is not the heck out of the famous novelist. Giles foden asking. It's gone and i'll be totally honest with you. I have not taken that much interested in football to member who the phones his first name. Actually as he's a man city player a young kid is he. Ben foden no wait ben. Phone is ravi play photo. And he's not giles foden because there aren't many football called jar. There are actually two or three jobs. But phil phil and then we go. I've done it in three that shows. What a massive. Now i going to hang my forty foot process and george outside and so yeah phil. Foden has had a haircut in the papers on monday. Is it a mohawk. No that's so. That was like david beckham. Two thinking it's time for that to evacuate but sam said some look demand said. Shall i get a mohawk babe. No worries early. Of course my no. Obviously i'm said that he was just he was just testing. Obviously you emma who will do. It washes hell. It's an shave. Two sides of children with special haircuts. Make me ill children with the rat's tail thing with the shave and the thing lee mallet. You don't really get that much anymore. The sort of yeah. Yeah what fill phone has a. I'm gonna try and describe it to use it so he's basically all the football. Should we talk about it last week. No we've just talked about. The football is in this tournament. Which is the most boring football has ever been with. Basically everyone goes through no matter what the endless games have no jeopardy all. They tried to make it because what happens. Is that the way that football works is. Everyone has a few games in a few weeks. Go by the and the germany win. They've tried to sort of prolonged. Get more people into the knockout stages so it goes on longer and has more matches by having this group system where. There's no jeopardy the game last night that we didn't bother to watch england czechoslovakia that was barbosa. Already through is immaterial. It's no more of no moments than me. And san kicking the ball around and regions. That might distict your finger which of injury but so this is most mostly this world. Cup's this year. European cup uefa. European championships has been about their haircuts and the england. Football's particularly have those berry hegarty haircuts all shaven and then short and sculpted into they look like two nine thousand nine hundred twenty s parties. Keep sorts of peaky blinders. Fine grading the they look like. I mean i'm not going to cast aspersions on the these men behaving their private time. But i don't think that the kind of men who if they came into a bar would fill with gladness. The hearts of the girls sitting around having a quiet drink in these men have they reminded of casualty in the one thousand nine hundred football casuals. Who had very small haircuts and pringle jumpers and low cut shoes and stuff and carry standing is and snatch each other's face up kind of to be hanging kit camp. It is a text about can't we. We're going to talk about that. No it's me. I've been having a separate dialogue. Listen i'll get a phone and foden images foden. They've all got these haircuts which you just very very directional and foden. Now they have. I'll just i'll do fulfilled and haircuts. So it gives a proper thing. Oh god and they just go pictures of gaza which is because it looks. Like as hecker is a gather had certain. So the it's an it's an that isn't even that foden this has he had it dyed blonde as well. He said it blinks shaved. And then it's got a severe fringe. Looks a lot like gazza in nineteen ninety-six audrey hepburn french. I don't know whether it's meant with. We fringe very very very short friends. But sort of meaty fringe. I think it looks proper. Scary really looks like he's going to fill third and wooden men with that haircut to me. That's like crossed the other side of little skinny white boys with really sharpness. Heck it's it'll fringe. They just they just stop he. Did i hear so anyway. So i get one. Is this away into writing a piece about your taxi found in your life. I haven't really had to haircuts. I'm one of those people. I'm one of those fashion people. Oh god over my new romantic phase have. I haven't had haircuts you had you. Had you had sort of peaky blinders off for a bit and departing. I had a sees a crop in the ninety s. That's not that different from a photo. It's not that different sees a call. That's brush it for is like this season. I think Just this whole thing with with people men again gain these foden crops in sympathy with with with other members of the thinking. There are no. I'm not. I'm not that into football. Who do i like an admire. Shall i get a phillip roth packard. Which is dry bald with a little bit of fluff over the is or shall i did have awfully good. Liam both america. You did have good fun when you were filming. Cpa sizes crafting your facial hair into all different shapes dime facial. Her blown wants drunk. And i was upset about that and it was very very painful. God i do you know it stung for about a week and then. My hair was sort of carried on being blonde for about a year afterwards. I'm glad stung. He didn't say at the time. Got pictures of you with the blonde bid. Please get on that many interesting other haircuts in the. Oh who's that who's that. He's that ben. Rice ten rights look at him. That's known as the frankenstein. That's that's horrible. That's like except except an. Who's that is that that left the city. Blue body is just before lockdown. It's someone was trying to carve varghese face into a potato and tossed away someone picked it up went in- jordan pickford but decorated spokane. Hey jack grayish had kevin phillips kevin phillips how about how bring back patch shops. Have we'll pack cat in both with john mcenroe we. What about the greenish et with. Have he's got a kitty aca. He's got a heck of a ten year old daughter but with the heaven is one of those haircuts where you can't really you can't really. It's like some women have favorite fingernails all very big sleeves or very dong earrings to indicate. They don't actually do anything practical tool that's one of those haircuts that you have to indicate that you don't really do anything practical or break into a run unless you're playing football.

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Podcaster Roger Mitchell on What He's Learned Hosting Are You Not Entertained

Unofficial Partner Podcast

02:16 min | 4 months ago

Podcaster Roger Mitchell on What He's Learned Hosting Are You Not Entertained

"Podcasts from it. Sure what have you learned over land listening to the way it started for for me and grant was purely. Let's just do this for a laugh. Nobody will listen. We had okay. In the first year we used the contacts. We'd be baked at people like yourself to come on on have to see. Giles took it to a different level with both two things. Oversee the quality of guests he could bring on secondly an acceptance in the industry that neither grant or iheart vitamin bit involved in the industry of been in the sticks for a long time. No sorts nobody really knew me then. It started kicking off and then we've got different products which is one of the things of learn a little bit coming back to give people exactly what they want has got his thing which is a little bit like desert island discs for for sports stars grant and i do go on goal which is just pop chart between two blocks. I think people connect with that and they think is quite an approachable guy of you whom we have to on a cd face and we get good gas for that. And why phoned is that people want to hang out with other people of being so we got jet cards and on and then all of a sudden we law requests for other people to come on and hang with that same crew. So it's anything it's like. A success will club at a successful restaurant. It does a little bit late and why thing a phone no richard. I don't know what you think. The quality of stuff out there mostly for free is true so good that i a little bit paranoid. Ask myself everyday. Why do i need to be around the data show well served and i guess you were going gonna ask me less was thinking about last night and i was thinking. Why do they listen to me. And and jason grant well first of all grant. I think is just a world class broadcaster in the sense of his style and his rhythm and the we can just keep also light josh when he gets on a roll is just a wonderful speaker and speaks with such eloquent. And i think they shouldn't be because the thinking you never know what that daft idiot's gonna say. What is it not going to be scared to say today on. And i i think i think in the main people can recognize that if they were on the call with us they could very easily be part of our podcast. It's very approachable. I agree richard lock. It and i learned a

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

04:13 min | 4 months ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"Off goes up. Tell me about the sauce. I we behinds back cheese in and have a glass of wine with it fast. This is when i was fratto mesa. I want to remind voluntary mindless onto grace dent. Whose book i'm hungry. Member of wanting more is wonderful. An fit of. And and i've been reading all weekend excited about to end gracie was stolen this world wind and does all over instagram. And i know these. They don't let you just right to publish it. They make you they flogging. She's very kind to come to my house for socially distance. There's oughta chris got up to. We've had coverage many roles. Scott change delight nicest spicy knickknacks and now number. Four is buckfast not heard of an actual. This is going to expose my middle class again. When i was eighteen. I moved to stolen. I went to uni because they were the only university that would have me go into clearing with. Gps ciba's i cycled to scotland. And i love scotland. I i love i love the place and i. I always dreamed the ago buckler day and go and live. I don't even know which part. Because i love all different parts of scotland and i love the people and and i think when i got there. I'm not going to say that. I dreamt book fest all the time. It's got certain connotations of the as as as a student. It was the first time i'd ever ever really heard of senior. I think i grew up in on the border. Scotland sinking that scotland. Because i went there a few times. When i was a kid i just thought they would kind of the same muscles they are. So the scots just ate the same types of things drank the same types of things got there and realized that they had an entire cultures fat. Never even oh god just square sausage different types of breads like the way that they had a fish and chip shops the way that they were like black putin's a white putin's and you know i know that book fast. It might not be the greatest wine in the world and it will get you some very dark looks in some places if you bought a ball but if i was to be on a desert island and i and there was one thing that i could talk an endless supply of it would be something incredibly strong like that so you could kind of I could. I could make my make my house. I was gonna live in and have to kill animals which i wouldn't like to do. And then i just drink a bottle of buckfast where we come to a savory thing now you've gone from this buckfast you shooting up the social ladder to something very sophisticated. This macaroni cheese and cream cheese sauce. And then you said hines but but bennett managed around one by sainsbury's one seems hind. Probably make it to get what you have just stick it in the microwave but can also be heated on the hall before eating late. Transfer the contents into a micro of jeering heating heat on full power for two minutes. I don't think anybody has ever thought about how to make Tend macaroni cheese as much as you just did there in twenty five seconds i find tend. Macaroni cheese has it really does of such a strange effect on people when you mentioned it because some people find the the idea of it absolutely discussed you personally even now with all the best restaurants at my disposal and the fact that i eat for a living. It smells a cross cheese slices and it looks like it. Is you still have a have a ten of this stuff in the house without eating it. If i bought a tin tonight for especially for not for a special occasion for for for an emergency. I will advocate and it was in today's because the it's just such an ineffective deliverance of really cheap stinky cheese sauce and carbohydrate. And you don't have to do much with it and you can just eat it with some toes but smells. Oh yes we up two.

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Senators Announce U.S. Donating 750,000 Vaccine Doses to Taiwan

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Senators Announce U.S. Donating 750,000 Vaccine Doses to Taiwan

"Giles Snyder. With these headlines, three U. S. Senators visiting Taiwan say the US is planning to send 750,000 doses of Covid 19 vaccines, part of President Biden's moved to share the shots globally. Taiwan is dealing with a spike in infections and has complained that China is

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

08:04 min | 5 months ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"Chris and i've heard your show the four. No one's gone for wheat. Crunchies court correct that winds up cocktail a lot of a lot of skips cocktails people go for. But no the crispy crunchy. Let's and then and then. Let's talk briefly about christie's he set your whip. Any sort of meat flavor like chicken crisps. Fantastic mending americans do quite well. In america for instance you can get beef cheeseburger pringles. Oh wow today making nine america because they have got this problem if everyone getting so thin over. Yeah now they invented the backup pringle they might be able to thank goodness. But that's as a food critic how would you say about the the which allowed the amyloid circulate and create more flavor. It looks like a rigor tono to the singular of a of a rig italian. Probably not like a penny. Because it's not cut on the bias Not actual size the thing on the front that says no factual size but actually it is the actual size. Never noticed that before. They have to say on a chris back. The whole is slight slightly bigger hole. I would've also accepted a frazzle. Ben went looking crunchy. Save you can find out. Roll it out but yeah mean. It tastes the same fantastic christmas banners now. These are delicious soulless. And you went to you. Went to a christie's christie's for a couple of years. I'm quite how ended up there. And then i decided i wanted to be an option. And that's what i wanted to do and not of that dream ended Because he was a bit like acting in a way a sort of performance element to it. is complete shot. I knew nothing about us at all. And so i was. I went to work in the press office. Then i got quite excited about classic cars. I want to be be working at called department. And but that Th that didn't lost. I was only there for a couple of years and then the market absolutely collapsed towards the end of the eighties early nineties. And that sort of putting into my do. I hear five pounds new And i i was fascinated by the art market and the author was fascinating pop of art and furniture and stuff now. Don't you adjust love. Auctions have done. I find them quite excited. I loved all the there was all kinds. I remember there was a there was always quite a lot of excitement around ruck sales because it was always this ring of cut carpet dealers. It would all decide who was going to bid on it control. The prices of the whole thing was rigged that market and can decide the prices of various things and often that'd be sort of scuffles would would break out. During rug salesman someone would break. The rules has been to bid for what this town used to be the carpet capital of london. They used to just sit about four carpet shops down right they used to be. They used to copy. Allied wasn't allied down the road. No but these were all and the guys are all there are broadly. Sort of turks and moroccan africa's all operated a massive. I'll tell them about. Your only options are all the prices of rigged and that kind of thing so that there was an exciting time and it came to an end at a roundabout an into random. At the time the carlton club was bombed you in the ira bombed the tour the con cup and the club was right opposite christie's and we had a we were having a sale at the time impressionism. I remember the whole thing so vividly when the bomb went off and it will felt stood outside. We're only a matter of yards away from the moment of time so that the paintings damaged everything was absolutely fine. These or whatever paintings are fine and then you compelled to go into radio. Yeah you know the whole point. Is you eat food. People eating week crunchy and talking about the radio. Which is radio is your first media thing. Yeah so i went to. We're not it was actually worse. I was at university. I think in my final year poly rather by finally yes above yourself. I'll remind already rumbled me. We had a good friend of mine and she worked in the travel department. Doing the rotor. For the travel presenters. One sunday morning. She reminded we've got this terrible things. Everyone's been taken sick. We have no one to read the travel news. Would you do. And i said well. I've never never done anything like that before. So we'll know but you've done you sort of what he's been active at school and this thing you wanna to do you know. Come in. read the travel and it'll be fine and it kind of went from there. And i would go in in the more. Do travel the more and more station with this on before five lot before right here. Five became five live. But also all the bbc chow so radio to radio four so you just walk in the press and then you know. I was working at the cussing house. So do the morning rush-hour august to do my lectures at northern polly. Then they come back and do the evening rush hour. So i did that for about about a year and a half realize. That travel wasn't really my calling. I was a big sports fan. Would it be a sports reporter so when you travel do you mean like forty. I'll give you a little example as a two mile tailback eastbound on the m-6 between junctions seven twelve. But and he said you realized that wasn't your fourteen people who say that and think right. This is as far as i ever want to go in and would we wanted yet. Because you're we'll talk about sport in its in the in the round but that was your big thing always wanted to then. Yes i when. I went to check with bob shannon. Who was the head of sport. The time of the bbc and i went and knocked on doors. I said i want to be a sports report. And he said well you need to go away to do some local radio find your feet and then come back in a year's time and we'll see where we are. So i went and what for are nothing on the sports show and started more reports in may when they go around the grounds on matchdays. So i'll take my rothmans yearbook my telephone and i would go to. Wherever it was to the to the league's oh absolutely. Yeah and then you brighton. Fan broughton fan. Yeah and they would go. I would if you know. Mansfield town versus portsmouth and we can go live to jamie nabi. It's one nelly. I was and i absolutely loved it. Those terrifying thing was when you were doing any of those reports if someone schooled love during your report because you'd rises and of course if you now go live to jamie someone schooled where the crowd will be going wild. Something's atmos allen partridge because we was particularly sitting next to the local guy mansfield. The guy scores. He's the big number nine. He'll tell you the name you write it down but if you just see it happen live have to give away the fact that you know. When i started my first my initially my job was to be. Gov crooks is right hamann's goth would be doing the report nine hundred one writing the notes for him so we said go travel around the country together on saturdays. Doing game tourist. He'd takes a while to gather. Is the sort of police elaborate. I often felt for it now when i see him on tv. I just wish. I could be sat next subscription service. So just tell me about the ripple so i the first thing to remember ripple no no to ripples or like by snowflakes.

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

07:58 min | 5 months ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"Holiday show. I did wish you were here. The travel show. But not nine hundred seventy when you were four or five you. Okay look and it's not true. There was no episode tag with you. Niro boy it says it really. This is because the reason. I have my friends on to bother research. I tell you. I think there was. There is a director called graham who again. i think i've been incorrectly linked to people who said oh my graham leaks and son and i think graham exton might have directed attack and that might have been with can we. Can you make sure we get the right thing. And i really. I was really punting for and and quickly shoots out. There is nothing to do with you know well. My my father was claimed to be some connected in some way. There is a place called thick ston in your show which is next to masoom where the becomes wrong. And i don't believe there is any connection intriguing. I did a charity bike ride last year. Where we where we cycled from scotland. Just give away. What really happened when you where we drive i mean and on the way through psyche yorkshire. And it's not a part. The world very familiar with and i saw the sign. This week's massive is a couple of miles away. I need to pop in. And so we had a film crew following asuka. This'll be a nice moment. They could not be less interested. When i told embrace the prodigal son returning imagined for fifty years up six. We'll come through our village so there'll be quite nice if you stand behind the bomb. We'll get a picture of you behind the bar in the brewery. And i was just sort of getting away and they paid quite happy. They were heading for graphics. Taggart's so so. Like i said the national youth that is true you. Will you choose. So when i was about fourteen i think fourteen or fifteen. I had a geography teacher. Mr beverage who who was very supportive of my acting at school and he suggested that i should apply to the national youth theatre and i was fortunate to get in and so we would put we do plays just down the road from where we are now on your way in the very beginning youth as it was just behind in pine king's cross station on your way. Then it moves to the holloway road so a this again. This part of the world was quite familiar for me that and then later which is now still the national office. Yes and then. Not far from raleigh north unimportant exactly. That's still that's still have dreams if my children getting into northland and plenty but they're not intellectuals who you you asked for space dust. Yeah now you remember. Space gap -solutely exit was a sort of black pack with stars in the orange flavor. And scroll favor. And i got this. These are pushed. Dippers all up well. This is technically a chevy did depth. That was yeah. This is candace popping up in canada. But you still have never had it before. I went to the shop. Ben couldn't find intense. Go any of the shop tiny. So i went into the convenience store with the nine year olds. Go to get that w. k. d. Yeah and sure enough. They had it. So i haven't had popping candy center. I'm gonna say ryan thinking that. It's sort of us now by heston. Some imaginative chefs to use these in the pudding. Something you do get popping. Candy in restaurants jamie's using the lally to dip in. That's how it works. Can you hear that knowledge. Mouthful of popping candy. It doesn't pop as much as it did in my you know because i have to downgrade. They didn't take this off. Uric acid out of the stuff that we had as kid like weapons-grade popping handy so yeah they've downgraded it quite significantly. But i seem to remember there was sort of it was it was there was sort of it was because of the name i thought they thought it was like angel. Dust space dastardly. They had various sounded. Like i thought that. I felt that was put not such a good idea because of those times the other thing was that we also had kids had cigarettes. Do you remember what was strange. Encourage children twenty of them with karen tips on the end and it was a my parents smoked and my dad would come by forty ruffles. One eight one package of for you. Someone you get a nice to revisit the space dust according to this is the kind of thing you in daniel craig adding this. Oh we were literally ripped to the tits spiced based us back in those days daniel craig because you get it for one hundred million film you a lot of space you get a lot of space to us and you want a big actors alike. So yeah he sort of went onto become james bond. Get up for. Everyone bright fisher. I don't know where things went wrong. But our pas deviated around about the age of seventeen nothing lease your breakfast. Show is on the bond film industry defer. Do you like watching him and bundled you now. I think he's the best. But i also can't help thinking that bond does essentially sort of is what brought cinema to it's knees the fact they keep putting it off means that no one can go see the film the horrible thing where it's bondage to be selfless and roic and in the end the most bond life thing to do would be to carry on carry on and give let yes not make quite as much money may be as you would have done but say some cinemas. Now you gotta worry about that. No we don't talk. We didn't fall out. We keep in touch. Did you just call him short on we did. We did a production of merit saad in the national youth theatre which is quite brutal. The marquis decide when you're sort of fourteen fifteen was quite on. Yeah that's was good. It was quite a radical theater group. And you want to be a serious actor. I just wanted to just was something that i've always wanted to do and i always felt like i was. I was fortunate i did. I did a play in the west end which was described by. The standards of the worst thing of that one was owned. Yes right yeah. I able to recognize it from the description. But i was that your poster. I do not agree. I had a great evening. That was with strong ratings. Has done not in krispy. My my brother-in-law and it was great. Fun so i was lucky i did. We did a couple of plays on a couple of things on tv. We should never really. And it was something that i saw. I thought of thought that. That was what i would end up doing. And i never really did which was always a bit of a shame. Because of that ship has sailed i think. Now you and then university or polytechnic. And then christie's i want to get too far from the week. Crunchies come up. Next childhood is well no not so much the bacon we crunchies. I feel why people say well. It's the greatest crisp and for me. There is only one often. it's a question only ever debated on this graphic. Okay on your show. I know that people argue about what is the greatest flavor. Chris and i've heard your show the four. No one's gone for wheat. Crunchies court correct that winds up cocktail a lot of a lot of skips cocktails people.

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"Everything you have the radio. It's really nice to be able to obviously every morning. I sort of talk for a living but it's nice about she talk in front of someone else. I missed with block down. And what have you. It's it's it feels so novel to be actually to be spending time with someone. I've known you for twenty five years and this is the first time we've actually had. It takes a lockdown. Get me into your kitchen. Main reason is because it's because it's not as nice as your kitchen so i've been to your house. Only the ones when he was showing off right of you houses once that a few times love honestly i kind of going. General never seen such a small kitchen. I also is quite exciting being back in north london. this is a place that i was sort of familiar with in my youth. It was quite interesting driving through camden years and cabinet. Remember going to the camden palace. I i moved to nightclub me to kansas pubs that i've used to go to as a teenager says exciting. You'd never grew up as you say no. I lived in west hamster or he was called trigger with my dad called a crooked and now he's got pasta a lived about two miles west. I just moved glamorously east. 'cause i basically couldn't afford to live there you in north london because you were the polly down the road why. He's a north london on the holloway road. Which is i think now rather grandy known as the university of north london. I think it's the politics i call it. Not only it was. I don't quite know why when it was an awful place. And i didn't really enjoy my time there particularly tell you what. Let's do this formerly. Oh go back to the beginning. This is this structure is there is so. You're not cooking anything me. I feel like i'm not under full. You've got me up here coming up for you. I have cooked something for you. Okay good you list was things you can buy things you you didn't you didn't task very hard if you put a roast chicken lunch. But we'll come to that. Which i may. Wow yeah well is that well you tell me license on your list no way. Why don't even clue that is. It's a sort of. I'll describe this green with a red it. It's the first thing news fish and chips. Now i would have delivery to that ubereats it just eat it other delivery systems probably but in the mornings now chip shots will soon open but fishing ships. A is a big groti when it comes on a bike now and b doesn't travel does jewelry well and there's nothing that good around tape. Why fish and chips as someone who who comes from. Brighton originates kind of our national dish. Radi and so. I sort of grew up on it and so yeah the fish and chips was sort of the you. Call walk along brighton's seafront that sort pettis vinegary good because fish and chips. I see member great in our youth and it got bad. Now you're getting good fishing ships again. You fussy evacuation ships. I think so. I think it's like most things. It's not like please. There are now the sort of more gastro we fish and chip shops. So i think it's being appreciated. Moore's as a food i mean. There's nothing worse than bad fish. Sort of insipid powell chips and soggy bizarre for you want you want fresh. I mean you want caudal had simulated yes. The whole point of the batteries. It should the oils really hot. The battered really crunchy and he of keeps the beautiful fresh white flaky fish kind of protected from the oil and it comes out new. Crack it in the steam. And it's brilliant. I mean. I know that rick stein's fish and chip shop in padova spot on but what is on all in pay if you can't have a newspaper because of the to do the poisonous newsprint. Journalists people might open it up by me and so the bile is produced. Hasn't been newspaper age eighty. It was banned. Now we're not allowed to wrap officiant ships and new spray so so you country glittery and bright outside of brian so just on the other side of the of the downs so the duty childhood really think of much to santa was sort of. I was quite lucky. I in a way in the so much. He was out in the country abroad. The countryside winters of mind public school dreamt of being an actor and that was kind of that case not case. Well no. I've got a couple of questions to ask about the i'll ask you know i'll listeners. Guess what. I'm rattling here. No one has asked for this on. It's nothing illegal. I realized that sachet of all the time. So that your people. No one has asked for this. But it's a it's a key thing. Many child of the seventy s but by the way ruby. An actor i like i like apd because although you're an old mate. I know we don't sit around and talk about what did when you're little you're in taggart in one thousand nine hundred eighty three now. You were in wish you were here. In nine hundred seventy six. Were no first of all. Have you got your head round wick. Wicky pedia works right. Wish you i was in. I was in the tv. You are right. Daniel craig and i were in the national. We could be excellent..

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Biden To Visit Tulsa To Mark the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

NPR News Now

01:07 min | 5 months ago

Biden To Visit Tulsa To Mark the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

"Live from npr news. I'm giles snyder on day. Mark one hundred years. Since the beginning of the nineteen twenty one tulsa race massacre. The attack by white mobs on the black neighborhood of greenwood known as black wall street span. Two days left as many as three hundred people. Debt of course polanski of member station k. wgn s. reports from an interfaith prayer service marking the centennial. The attack vernon ame church is one of the only structures to partially survived. The events of one hundred years ago clergy from many fates gathered there monday morning to dedicate a prayer while the reverend jesse jackson senior group in prayer for an end to racist violence and a reaper. The black wall street back then. President biden is scheduled to arrive in tulsa on tuesday in a proclamation recognizing the centennial of the massacre. He says he is committed to rooting out. Systemic racism in america for npr news. I'm chris polanski. In tulsa

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Aussies Leishman and Smith Win Zurich Classic in a Playoff

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Aussies Leishman and Smith Win Zurich Classic in a Playoff

"Marc Leishman enhancement of one's very classic of New Orleans in a sudden death playoff with the south Africans Louis is Tyson Giles falso the only team finished regulation play tied at twenty under and won with a par five on the first extra hole is Tyson found the water with his tee shot the teams had traded the lead during a tense final nine holes with the Australians eventually posting the come from behind victory it was the second successful Smith at the tournament but the first with policemen as his team might I'm going to make us

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Unprecedented Challenge to Biden's Presidential Win Underway in Arizona

WBUR Programming

01:49 min | 6 months ago

Unprecedented Challenge to Biden's Presidential Win Underway in Arizona

"Nearly five months after the presidential election was certified in Arizona. An unprecedented challenge to President Biden's narrow win in that state is underway. On Friday, a private company began a hand recount of more than two million ballots in Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix. The audit was ordered by the Republican led state Senate and follows false claims by some Republicans, including former President Donald Trump of fraud in the 2020 elections. This audit is also interfering with the efforts by Republicans who control the Legislature to pass new voting legislation. Then Giles with member station Cage's joins us now from Phoenix. Hello. Lou. They can't seem to let it go. So tell us about this audit. How did it come about? Well. It started in December, when Republicans first demanded an audit of the election specifically in Maricopa County, the largest county in the state. Their original subpoena was to gain access to ballots and the county's voting systems. It was tied to an effort to try to upset Biden's victory before it could be certified by Congress. Maricopa County election officials, Democratic senators the State Democratic Party, They want nothing to do with this. They say. It's a sham run for conspiracy theorists by conspiracy theorists now that the election is over, and Biden is an office those Republicans are saying they just want to find any problems. If there are any so they can introduce bills to fix them. And here's a Doug Logan. He's the CEO of cyber in inches. Firm the Senate hired to run the audit, speaking about what he thinks is the purpose of the all this. There's a lot of Americans here myself included. That really bothered the way our country is being ripped apart right now, way want transparent audit be in place so that people can trust that the results something get everyone on the same

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Judge Calls Temporary Halt to Arizona Election Audit

BBC World Service

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Judge Calls Temporary Halt to Arizona Election Audit

"A judge in Arizona ordered a temporary stop to a Republican led effort to recount ballots from the 2020 presidential election from member station Cage's in Phoenix, Ben Giles reports. The suspension, though, will not go into effect. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Christopher Corey made his order contingent on the state Democratic Party. Hosting a $1 million bond. The party declined. But the judge also ordered that private firms hired by Senate Republicans, toe audit voting systems and recount 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County must follow state election laws. Those firms led by the Florida bass tech companies. Cyber Ninjas must present evidence in court on Monday, showing there in full compliance with laws to protect voter information and the confidentiality of ballots. The Democratic Party filed the lawsuit on Thursday. Attorneys argued the firm is unqualified to conduct the review and has already run afoul of the state's election

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At Least Four Dead After Nashville Flooding; Crews Rescue More than 150 People

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

At Least Four Dead After Nashville Flooding; Crews Rescue More than 150 People

"Crews are busy in Nashville. NPR's Giles Snyder reports. Another round of severe weather in the South has sparked dangerous flash flooding. In Middle Tennessee. Water poured into homes and businesses and Nashville overnight. Cars and roads were submerged in the Nashville Fire Department says crews have been responding all over Davidson County conducting water rescues. The National Weather Service in Nashville, says there were reports of people clinging to trees and forecasters warned of a life threatening situation with rainfall totaling as much as 7 to 10 inches. Weather Service issued a flash flood emergency overnight. This latest bout was severe weather comes after last week's tornado outbreak in the south about eight or bleed to have touched down in Alabama and to end Georgia, leaving at least five people dead.

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2 dead, 8 others injured after shootings at Virginia Beach

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

2 dead, 8 others injured after shootings at Virginia Beach

"Police in Virginia Beach are investigating shootings overnight that left two people dead and eight others wounded. MPR's Giles Snyder reports. Several people are in custody. Virginia Beach police chief Paul knew the gate says it was a chaotic night. We have a very chaotic incident very chaotic night in the beach, many different crime scenes, according to a police statement, the eight people who were wounded we're taking the hospitals with injuries ranging from serious to life threatening. And new to Gates is an officer was injured when he was struck by a vehicle during the initial police response, while police were investigating the initial shooting knew the gate says additional shots were fired nearby, leading to a man being fatally shot by an officer. Has been placed on administrative leave. Separately, A woman who was killed by gunfire is not believed to have been involved in either

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2 Dead, Multiple Wounded After Shootings at Virginia Beach

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

2 Dead, Multiple Wounded After Shootings at Virginia Beach

"Richard Harris. NPR news Police in Virginia Beach are investigating shootings overnight that left two people dead and eight wounded. NPR's Giles Snyder reports. Several arrests were made. Virginia Beach police chief Paul knew the gate says it was a chaotic night. We have a very chaotic incident very chaotic night in the beach, many different crime scenes, according to a police statement, the eight people who were wounded we're taking the hospitals with injuries ranging from serious to life threatening. And new to Gates is an officer was injured when he was struck by a vehicle during the initial police response, while police were investigating the initial shooting knew the gate says additional shots were fired nearby, leading to a man being fatally shot by an officer. Has been placed on administrative leave. Separately, A woman who was killed by gunfire is not believed to

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"giles" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"giles" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"There and You know just live life and that didn't necessarily get me to anywhere. I wanted to go career wise So i moved back on -tario for a bit and with the natural progression of things i just felt like i had to find a producer to work with because i was always self produced or worked with my dad and his musician friends in that kind of thing so eventually i found a producer to work within toronto who was originally from sudbury so it seemed like the world's kinda collided and he was also involved with this program called canada's music incubator which i ended up moving to toronto to take and this program was awesome and they run it a couple times a year and they take artists from across canada. You apply it's kinda like school and you show up and it's like an intensive program like two to three months nine five and that's your life so you network can meet people from the industry and work on your and all that kind of stuff and so that was a big changing point in my life really not just career wise but personally because i met some of my best friends to this day like from alberta from bc and everyone just was in this hub so we went through a lot together And a couple years went by. And i just found that toronto wasn't necessarily my forever home and i just felt like i needed a change personally and professionally and so i came out to visit calorie and i thought well at least if i move here i have a base of people and i'm not totally alone and also the industry people that i met fly out here because it started running this music program here as well so it just kinda seemed like the natural next step for me.

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"giles" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"giles" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Have no idea. I honest to god. I'm just regurgitating. What i sort of understood. Alan cross explained humble and friend who had no idea in fact one of the things that was interesting about the kings of leon i will say is that there was a guest. Gold tickets and people were settlers. Buying them for a gold tokens yet. Whatever you wanna call it and people were buying them for like like ninety thousand nine hundred thousand dollars. Ten am bellere's yeah. Yeah and so basically. It's you get the digital asset. Whatever that is and you also get for example front row tickets to a concert or something like that yeah. The holder of these tokens is Is eligible not eligible but they get four front row tickets to every tour that the kings of leon do They i think this one they get the album like vinyl copy. You get a digital copy. You gets Other audio visual components whether that's videos or Other digital arts you get you get access to that you are able to resell it and when resell it. A portion of that goes to the band of portion of it goes theoretically you can program it this way. Yeah then of course go to the band of goes to charity if they want to and then a portion of it goes back to the person that has sold its rights and there's a limited number of token. Sorry there's a limited number of these tokens so it's not sold to ever want all the time. Yeah i understand that. It was not to every show that it was one show so fred's comment was it doesn't show zal every tour so they end up doing only one tour if they end up only doing one tour. Break it up. Then that's you you've sort of bought one tour but at the end up doing five more tours you've got four front and not only that but you get a first class experience you get limbo to the concert. You get a private meet and greet at the concert. You get a concierge at the concert and you get one item of everything that's being sold in the like. So won t shirt. One hoodie like everything that they sell of their merch. You get one item each There as well so the now this is specific to kings of leon but thankfully that's on the blockchain because could you try to imagine managed the blockchain who don't even have time now to explain what the heck do changes. But that's the pre show. Greg high the following podcasts is brought to you by radical road brewery. The best craft beer in the heart of leslie. Bill find at eleven seventy seven queen street east. That's radical road brewery. Greg remember that episode. We did with With vin rock from naughty by nature. So this is how the celtics changed. Because you're you're in sunlight and the sun is going down. I remember last summer. We spoke with With vin rock and it was really sunny outside And and he was in new york and by the time the the recording ended he had to change what he was sitting so he could turn on the lights because over time you could see bright light and all of a sudden it's starting to get darker darker because it was sitting near window. Yeah.

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Changes to voting laws across the United States

All Things Considered

07:21 min | 8 months ago

Changes to voting laws across the United States

"We have all just lived through an election in which the way many of us voted changed. A lot of Americans voted early in 2020. A lot of Americans voted by mail because of the pandemic. Now across the country, state lawmakers are weighing what our election should look like going forward. Hundreds of bills have been proposed that would restrict voting access. Hundreds of others would expand access, and this is mostly happening along party lines. Republican led states are broadly looking to add voting restrictions, while many Democratic legislatures are exploring expanding access. Well, we have got reporters. From three states with us to give us a glimpse of what is going on in there. Patch. Let me welcome Been Giles from Cage's in Phoenix. Katarina so historic from Iowa Public Radio and Anthony Brooks of W bur in Boston. Welcome all three of your primary Louise. Then I'm gonna let you start. Let's go to Arizona, which along with Georgia are maybe the state getting the most attention. Those two certainly at both swing states, both with total GOP control at the state level and all kinds of bills. That have been proposed. What what is standing out to you in Arizona? So the biggest proposed changes I see are two what's called Arizona's permanent early voting list. That's our super popular mail ballot system. That a clear majority of voters here use and have increasingly been using in years and years and years. So not new in 2020 is what you're saying. Definitely not new. No, This is a very long standing system here. You sign up for it, and you regularly get sent your ballot, So one change would make it to that. That's not permanent anymore. If you don't actually use the early ballot, you get sent before an election for two straight election cycles. You get a notice that you're getting kicked off the list, and you have to respond to that if you don't want to be removed. Democrats here say there were 126,000 voters in that situation who cast about in 2020 after not voting in 2016 or 2018, Arizona's, of course, very competitive state now so That margin. You know, 126,000 voters could matter. There's also another bill that would shrink the amount of time voters have to cast that early ballot and then new voter I d requirements when you mailed about back or being considered Catarina is any of this sounding familiar. Let's talk about what's going on in Iowa, another Republican controlled state. New restrictions have already been signed into law here. The governor did that on Monday. Ah big changes that early in person Voting and absentee voting will start 20 days before Election Day instead of 29. It was 40 days just four years ago and then deadlines for requesting a melon ballot has been moved up and those ballots have to be returned earlier, so it's really shrinking that time frame. Then in person. Polls will close at eight p.m. instead of nine PM, as they had been before for state and federal elections. Okay. And why do supporters of these changes who we should note are overwhelmingly Republican. Why did they say this is needed? Unlike in Arizona, where Democrats one big races, Republicans in Iowa one pretty much everything and retained full control of the state government. But they have said that these changes are going to help restore Iowans confidence and trust in elections. Here's representative Bobby Kaufman, speaking about the new law. This protects Iowans right to vote, and it adds certainty and security to it. This bill does not suppress one single vote. Of course, we should say that it was Republicans themselves, who created this distrust by questioning election results with false claims of widespread voter fraud. This is something these false claims have been repeated in debates in Iowa over the selection bill, and I'd also add that a lawsuit challenging these changes have already been filed. Mary Louise. I'm hearing similar claims from Republicans in Arizona, broadly speaking there, justifying these bills by arguing that voter confidence and the election must be restored. They don't acknowledge that some of them are responsible for sewing that distrust in the first place. Democrats are quick to point that out and are lining up in opposition to these bills. Here's Senator Martine Cassata, speaking about the voter. I d legislation. We hear communities tell us That this will hurt my community, my neighborhood, my vote and the people that look like me and the people that vote like me. This is going to hurt us. Okay, so a taste of the conversation under way there in Arizona and in Iowa, Anthony Brooks. Let's turn to Massachusetts, where you have got a very different story unfolding. Yeah, It's really different. Mary Louise Esso last summer. Here's a bit of background because of the pandemic, Lawmakers approved a temporary vote by mail law and as in other states, Massachusetts saw ah huge jump in voter turnout in the presidential primary and general election with with relatively few problems. So now there's a push by Democrats who control the state legislature by big numbers. To make vote by mail permanent. So here's Bill Galvin, the Democratic secretary of state, who's a big proponent of this last year test of us in many ways, it was a very challenging year. But at the same time he showed us what we could do. And I think the result was is that we had a very successful election cycle on. We want to make sure that progress is not lost. Is this controversial in Massachusetts are Republicans. They're fired up in opposition and saying similar things as we were hearing from Republicans and other states. Well, there are concerns. I mean, one concern is that any law to make mail in voting permanent will have to include significant new funding for cities in town clerks to do training and to process the big increase in mail. Balance. But in terms of pushback, Republicans have questioned why mail in voting is necessary now that it appears that the pandemic is lessening with vaccines being distributed. But even the moderate Republican governor, Charlie Baker, has said that he would favor making the law permanent. So I think chances are very good. That vote by mail is going to become permanent in Massachusetts and in the months ahead. I do want to know this debate is playing out at the national level, of course, as well. Big Fight looming in Congress over HR one. This huge bill, backed by Democrats that would expand voting access would curtail Jerry Mandarin would have something to say about some of these changes that are being proposed in at the state level and just quick lightning round for each of you. Maybe Anthony you first. How how much attention is HR one getting is this part of the conversation in Massachusetts? It's part of the conversation because our congressional delegation is all Democratic. It's very much behind HR one. But my sense is that no matter what happens in Washington, Massachusetts move toward a permanent Vote by mail legislation is coming, no matter what and Banner, Catarina, where you're so in Arizona, I think Democrats are going to make a big push for our U. S. Senators Mark Kelly and Kirsten Cinema. Get HR one through to undo a lot of what's happening at the state level. That means there's gonna be pressure on cinema to abolish the filibuster. If that's what it takes, because HR one might be the only way to get around some of this state laws that Republicans are certainly gonna pass here and are expected to be signed into law by the governor. And in Iowa Republicans are going to be more focused on this pending lawsuit that they

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You can't just walk in and start taking pictures: War photographer on Yemen crisis

UN News

04:48 min | 8 months ago

You can't just walk in and start taking pictures: War photographer on Yemen crisis

"This is daniel. Johnson picture the war in yemen. And chances are you've come across. An image ought to buy war photojournalist. Giles clarke on his latest trip to the country. That's been ravaged by six years of war. He based himself in an abandoned school that time to hundreds of displaced people. The photographs he took and the stories. He heard feature in a campaign to raise awareness about their plight. It's inside yemen portrait of resilience and it wasn't easy as he explained when i spoke to him for this. Un news interview the portraits resilience brother like approach other issues such as malnutrition mothers children victims of war that flee whenever fighting against and living in and around the hugs become impossible so these portraits have resilience are meant to show the side of humanity that we don't often see in these camps. These idee settlements often very difficult to get to of course yemen itself is difficult to get to but to get into some of these more remote camps it was my goal and although this woman is actually on the edge of aden which is slightly more accessible than or lot more accessible than many. That's probably why. I picked this particular place. Because i was able to build up trust with some of the subjects and address the concerns with a little bit more time when usually has in conflict zones. Maybe set the scene for me. What is it that you see when you arrive at this camp outside aden. What has to remember that this over four million people now displaced within yemen itself who have been moved pushed out various regions and many of them fled to the south and a number six seven hundred thousand of those make that way to from the northern regions particularly around data which was the caught that made the news twenty eighteen. Another came down the coast. You'll see in the inside yemen campaign that we created that. We wanted to tell the story about this. Taking the movement is mass movement of people so when you arrive in these places in yemen a lot of these places are very informal. There's no real structure that's usually a local camp to the leader if you like. And the un doing their best to try and provide aid agencies local agencies doing their best to try and provide supplies wfp and all the different groups that are trying to help these people who are now living very much in limbo In very rough crude makeshift shelters in this case. It was abandoned school which made the sort of a sect. That's often what i try and do. When i were trying to tell the stories find somewhere that i can work within and get to know people and sort of get an understanding before i go ahead and start work. So how long did it take you to build up a rapport with these displaced families in this abandoned school before you can press the shutter. How long does that take started. Working on the idea for poor chaser resilience. It really came from wanting to give some dignity to those who i'm working with the story. Hard life up rooted experience of trauma. And you have to remember the trauma. These people have been through and the going through so for traits resilience was to try and show really without doing too much but just putting them in front of my field division. I realize that you're dealing with people who have extraordinary resilience. These people really do have to deal with stuff that we would never have to think about here in comfortable of first world countries and often that takes time i mean i i went to aden in twenty eighteen and i've spent you know really weeks in that school that time And so you'll face becomes noreen and people begin to ignore you. Bet you know you're already sort of all the way to accept it when you start getting ignored. So how does it work. I mean you're in this setting and families are going about their business and you'll de to take photographs. Presumably you have a fix or someone who can speak for you especially in this situation. I don't have much time because you are outside the city security situation. That's really what you have to take into the people who look enough in the case of working with trump. We are very wary of where we were kim. What's going on around us. I mean i have to be in a bubble concentrating on my subjects on my work. But i also have to be very aware of the situation outside my sphere of vision and you stand out so you don't put anybody you're working with at risk or anybody who you're photographing at risk so very delicate process. It's always has been. I suppose trying to get to the heart of the story the key thing but bearing in mind all the outside influences but of course nothing to what these people have been

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UN Security Council condemns violence in Myanmar

UN News

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

UN Security Council condemns violence in Myanmar

"Finally the united nations security council has strongly condemned the violence against peaceful protesters in myanmar and voiced deep concern movement restrictions amid ongoing protests at military takeover last month in a statement issued on wednesday night. The fifteen member body also reiterated at school for the immediate release of all those detained arbitrarily the council also expressed the need to uphold democratic institutions and processes and also refrain from violence while also urging humanitarian access to all those in need as the situation had the potential to make matters worse in raccoon state and other regions according to the un figures separate from the political strife that has resulted from the first february military takeover. About one million are in need of support and protection across myanmar

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Democrats advance Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief package

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Democrats advance Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief package

"From NPR News. I'm Giles Snyder. House Democrats are expected to pass the final version of a major coronavirus relief package this week, setting up a major victory for the Biden administration. Here's NPR's Barbara Sprung, the colossal package would bring a new round of payments to Americans still battling against the economic impact of the pandemic. And includes an increase to the child tax credit and an extension of supplemental unemployment benefits through September. 6 Democrats are eager to get the final bill to President Biden's desk for his signature before current federal unemployment benefits expire on March. 14th House is expected to vote on the $1.9 trillion relief package tomorrow after the Senate approved it in a marathon session over the

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House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week

Morning Edition

03:29 min | 8 months ago

House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week

"Trillion coronavirus Relief bill will go to a vote this week. Republicans in Congress say it is too much money. Here's Congressman James Comber from Kentucky. Congress already appropriated $150 billion in the cares act for state and local governments. And not all this money's been spent. So the Biden administration is looking outside of Washington, D. C to build their case. Here's NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith. When Mesa Arizona Mayor John Giles looks out his window at City Hall, he can see the convention center. It's become a hub for those seeking help in the pandemic. And on alternating days it is people that are there too. Up there drunk and get £50 of food, putting their trump or its people. They're waiting in line to get the vaccine. So it's a pretty sobering view from the mayor's office. His city got $90 million in relief funds last spring spent it all and Giles says they easily could have filed receipts for double that. Sobering view from his office window explains why this Republican mayor is pushing hard for the $350 billion in funding for state and local governments in the bill. You know this is it's just too important to engage in silly partisan debates. Most cities and towns didn't get direct help, like Mesa did. They had to wait for it to trickle down through their states and counties. The deadline to spend it isn't until the end of this year, so some are trying to make it last as they manage strapped budgets. For months now, a bipartisan group of mayors has been pushing for more. In July. We called ourselves July or bust. That's Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democrat. Her city's budget has been slammed by the pandemic so much so that she isn't sure they'll be able to train a new class of police officers or firefighters. This year. We're not like the federal government, we have to have a balanced budget. So if we don't get a federal money, no fire class Dayton is recruiting new firefighters and police officers but may not be able to bring them on board without more money. When it comes to the schools. It's a similar story. Congress has approved about $68 billion so far for K 12 schools. Well, not all of the funds have been spent. Education officials say the money is spoken for, and they need more. In Pennsylvania Palisades School District Superintendent Bridget O'Connell says they were able to reopen in the fall. And that meant hiring more teachers to reduce class sizes and to teach online So it is a staff intensive endeavor to educate kids during a pandemic Staff aren't paid up front, which is one reason why it may look like funds or unspent. And the bulk of the money Congress approved for schools last year is just now going out. Superintendent Sean Record from Pema, Arizona on Lee found out last week how much his district can expect to get. I have a list of all you know of things that we need in order to be able to You know, provide better social distancing more safety for teachers, more safety for students. They've been open nearly full time since the fall making do with the money. They have his message to critics who point to unspent funds and say schools don't need more. It isn't a light switch. The money doesn't get approved one day and spent the next And that's why President Biden and Democrats are pushing ahead with new funding and say they can't wait for Republicans in Congress to come around tomorrow. Keith NPR news

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"giles" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

02:51 min | 9 months ago

"giles" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Sound but hopefully the chain. Well what a discovery it will be when you return. And they return and they can enjoy the book and your wonderful teaching style and of course For people who want to get it. It's available everywhere. Books are sold online amazon. And all the other places and Your website one or to remind us. I know it's a simple one. If you know who giles laroche's giles laroche dot com. However might my say my website is very date and try to you know find a way updating it which isn't so easy i found out but i do have a facebook page. You can seeing some of a lot of my work there. And and do you. Do do commissioned work as well if people are interested in I do I sold a lot of the original arts. Many of my books. And i i also have Given cherry's original artefacts of. I have let me show you can find it and illustration from a book. I did a very long time ago with a author. Nate nate jones and one of the stray. Since this is a very easy book to illustrate just very very few words This illustration of bicycles. I love it. I love it austin children's hospital all my charity of choice to for a lot of the work i do. That's terrific giles. All that's beautiful. Well i want people to know that whenever i have a guest on who's written something I have the guest. Because i love what he's written or she's written. I fell in love with this book. And we've traded emails now for a couple of months and so glad we were able to connect here in this new world order on zoom and talk with you and share with the audience. What it's all about but the book is called law cities. I would highly recommended for parents for children and those who just love to read about things in the past. It's a great way to use your imagination and learn a lot so thank you. My friend was great. Nice to get to know you so much for doing this. Jordan was Some i've been looking for. We are here we are. It was great fun. Thank you so much. Thank you once again. Giles laroche latest book lost cities by it for yourself by your kids. it's terrific read with some great artwork. Wanna thanks dan. Tibo fasht which media. Ken carberry chart productions in all of you for subscribing downloading and listening to the podcast. I appreciate it very much. Just a reminder to reach me and connect you can visit my website jordan rich dot com. Where you'll find details about my new book on air. My fifty love affair with radio until next time this is jordan saying as always be well so you can do good take care..

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"Lou Dobbs Tonight" has been canceled after a decade

NPR News Now

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

"Lou Dobbs Tonight" has been canceled after a decade

"Network has cancelled. Lou dobbs show. Npr's giles snyder reports. It was announced after dobbs was named in a two point. Seven billion dollar lawsuit against fox fox news says a telegraph to cancelation of lou dobbs tonight in october saying it's part of a routine reworking of the program schedule following the november election for the time being dob show is being replaced by fox. Business tonight lou dobbs tonight here for the final time. Friday night with a guest host dobbs tier word

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"There is a great story. I think is really really seeped. suitable suitable for you which is about how the Midlife midlife courses are the real thing and it ends when you tell me the story. The thing the seasons isn't three says the worst year in your life he says he doesn't but I guess he meets you. I hate you it says have you not seven anymore so I'm the piece of myself well right in today's Times you know I'm holding the paper you want. No that's also the Times it's in the Times Actual Sammy facing the wrong Daily Mail. uh-huh finds it. I wins and get us when it's this doesn't have to make. The story is family. The only thing and it's seven really isn't if it water seven radius worth edge of all right listen this bouquet people in their forties who have seen that blow it gets worse until until you are forty seven point two years old the good news however is that you then turn a corner and start okay so I can see how you well. We're both right because what I what I said was that midlife crisis is a real thing and it starts when you approach forty or thereafter and it gets worse until Oh you are forty seven point two years old then you turn a corner and then it's better. Is that your experience the seventy S. You know someone who is I I am. I passed twenty seven. I'm fifty point two pretty much so three years ago. If I got much better than Nice when easy to live with more fun you have you have you. Also you also went back to shrink at about forty seven point two and that I think is probably I know how important I think you'll shrink his in your life so I feel like that's probably but but but I think Ah. It's quite possible that I sent you back. You'll shrink so so what about. It's sort of a chart. Just why every age is the worst. Is that a thing. There's a there's an awful lot not recommend about any age that you are and you always get about crapping seven carping seventeen white scrapping twenty three seven. You can do it you could. You could veer off off into the weirdly into the weirdly specific which might be quite funny. Fifteen is terrible because you're Mesa stood sixteen is really bad because sergent seventeen stood fucking virgin. Yeah about eighty. I'm still a fucking budget. I I think you should try them. When it comes to? Then you have to get married and then it's just like surgeon again you're back to not having sex just the same as it was basically all all I know is that there is anything with Tom. Hardy in an episode of that Marine One glass of wine but not too has to be exactly threat the month. The room has to be warned that you wouldn't have to be asleep sleep. The cats have to be not here. Right okay fine. That's that's that's what it is that's never screen like that to how you do. And he didn't have taught me for years because I used to go. You didn't tell me until we've been married for probably bleep three years that you'll ticklish. Careful because I have seen what you take you take you know like my thanks it. Is My thighs here. The mosque sicklers. They're all kind of you. You Don- You articulate.

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"There is a great story. I think is really really seeped. suitable suitable for you which is about how the Midlife midlife courses are the real thing and it ends when you tell me the story. The thing the seasons isn't three says the worst year in your life he says he doesn't but I guess he meets you. I hate you it says have you not seven anymore so I'm the piece of myself well right in today's Times you know I'm holding the paper you want. No that's also the Times it's in the Times Actual Sammy facing the wrong Daily Mail. uh-huh finds it. I wins and get us when it's this doesn't have to make. The story is family. The only thing and it's seven really isn't if it water seven radius worth edge of all right listen this bouquet people in their forties who have seen that blow it gets worse until until you are forty seven point two years old the good news however is that you then turn a corner and start okay so I can see how you well. We're both right because what I what I said was that midlife crisis is a real thing and it starts when you approach forty or thereafter and it gets worse until Oh you are forty seven point two years old then you turn a corner and then it's better. Is that your experience the seventy S. You know someone who is I I am. I passed twenty seven. I'm fifty point two pretty much so three years ago. If I got much better than Nice when easy to live with more fun you have you have you. Also you also went back to shrink at about forty seven point two and that I think is probably I know how important I think you'll shrink his in your life so I feel like that's probably but but but I think Ah. It's quite possible that I sent you back. You'll shrink so so what about. It's sort of a chart. Just why every age is the worst. Is that a thing. There's a there's an awful lot not recommend about any age that you are and you always get about crapping seven carping seventeen white scrapping twenty three seven. You can do it you could. You could veer off off into the weirdly into the weirdly specific which might be quite funny. Fifteen is terrible because you're Mesa stood sixteen is really bad because sergent seventeen stood fucking virgin. Yeah about eighty. I'm still a fucking budget. I I think you should try them. When it comes to? Then you have to get married and then it's just like surgeon again you're back to not having sex just the same as it was basically all all I know is that there is anything with Tom. Hardy in an episode of that Marine One glass of wine but not too has to be exactly threat the month. The room has to be warned that you wouldn't have to be asleep sleep. The cats have to be not here. Right okay fine. That's that's that's what it is that's never screen like that to how you do. And he didn't have taught me for years because I used to go. You didn't tell me until we've been married for probably bleep three years that you'll ticklish. Careful because I have seen what you take you take you know like my thanks it. Is My thighs here. The mosque sicklers. They're all kind of you. You Don- You articulate.

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"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 with me when I get back to be discussed at the kitchen table over Nice Cup of coffee. You've read the Daily Mail today and I haven't read the date faithfully every day. The Ladies Times for Daddy the thing because it's true and it's open but I'm sure there's no down to you at the posh guy from Nevada Olivia Williams or whoever wants to talk about for a while but you start rejected this because you know because I make his lovely. He's got his parents and his you can just see. The topic is really. That looks looks to me like dehydration. Anything else these hasn't drunk water and used. It looks weird. No he's he's he. He's strange character toughish crawfish character. He claims to be heir to some house at the National Trust is gone note yes it was very funny yes it is wrong so he he claims to be A. I'm getting pronounced. Learn hydrog in Cornwall. The Fame Hedrick landline hit rock and roll in Madrid in Welsh the Celtic fringes. The same language. It's it isn't starting Welsh and and the old Brittany languages quite similar. I think Cornish is or maybe it is miserable showing where mom quickly Oscar wells last. She can be meeting. People don't always know Esther's mother is such a birth that grubby Welsh hill that she didn't speak English and so she was sixteen. Sixteen all have electric telephone. And I've seen an engineer. And then when she gets to Wales and they didn't understand fifty twelve dollars she goes back and she says things like it's it sounds completely mad to them like think. Oh Good Morning Desert. Could you pass me fine. Bagwell's there's just stands out and then brought back says she goes and sits talk. It's pronounced that anymore now. We say it's Um anyway you can let us from Wales to the time Oliver Williams it claims to be the heir to this very famous house and gardens but the National Trust said No. Actually we own them but this isn't the worst thing about him so he's lied about whether it's possible but he says I've noticed the story because I saw the thing that he goes hunting and now he's left because he doesn't like being criticized where they throw him off. Well there's a huge. He was a he was picked posed with these with the dead sable antelope. But you learn something is not aligned and even the thing about big game hunting in Africa. Is that all estates everywhere that have animals on them. They do need to be called. When you see one of these people taking photo next to a lawyer or an elephant or anything it will have been something managed? I by then called the state's called notice. Our cat is climbing to object to that could possibly be okay. I'm just trying to make a very carefully worded the point that the really gross horrible thing is that they have their picture taken with it. So a picture. I don't think he posted a picture emerged of him posing next to this dead sable antelope. He had shocked somewhere in Africa and twitter obviously went completely bananas of commerce. Four hundred sixty seven complaints about his inclusion in the program left. He's nobody's quite sure. That fourteen thousand people signed a petition demanding his ejection over this trophy. Hunting thanks thing but he said I've got to leave La Violin because I'm still in love with my ex girlfriends long enough missing off missed that that wouldn't be a telephone title for the books named Miss Nevada and it won miss something the I think wherever to combat it would be a escape from violent is slightly. Well he's out of the frying pan on into final. He is just the most hated person well on twitter now twitter. He's my taste buds. I didn't even know about any of this. Because what they really really really really really. I really don't like killing animals on twitter orders. Poor Iris is an people listening in black and white may not be able to see if not eh you notice anything. What have you noticed about the cat community here in the house? There's only one of them down to one so you want to do you know why is does anyone you suddenly realize what it sounds like wait. Motor racing is not dead attending is. I've just started your face. Both fell moten. TITUSVILLE is only one I I would have said like I said it's so job other cats the fucking pocus ibn morning i Shiver as a Jew were receiving people in the House and eating little egg rolls and saying I wish you a long life. That's why no I smoked. Lovely once the death is over your service time. The Irish today is only one cat because now is not dead but he has gone somewhere and he's GonNa come back later and depending on how well how well we communicate and baby is worse than death. Can you imagine what it might be. Yes the Little Caesar gesture you you tell them. The way you have sent my cat my little boy I have taken tensing to the vet to be castrated. And I'm on your sad about it when I even mooted it a few months ago. I said it in a perfectly jolly anyway. Well of course Mortensen will have to be be neutered. Renaudin you to the girl. I notice when we have kittens from Irish. Because she's getting most amazing mom. I've Yeah I've already got like takes the kittens like all of them and they're going to mazing homes so but most Imos they like but the thing the motor ending Camolese afraid may tenzing. I'm for little thing unless he has this. Operation will quite soon tensing. He will be giant. Great big big huge massive MoD spokesman for the men in this house anytime anyone else. Just sign this guy have thought no. Yeah well I think it does. Eight neutering does different things for different species but I mean that have you thought maybe maybe it might be quite peaceful got to have a certain a certain operation or sexual because of the sex may change but does she have my nuts off but if you have my nuts because I was the minister would make it this column about man's spreading spreading. Exactly you wouldn't have to get in on your nuts because I've often defended mount spreading because as long as you don't inconvenience anyone. Sorry Sorry Giles. It is not possible to not inconvenience people left. And right I'm not inconvenient. Left and right now I'll see what you mean. I'm sitting here do you. I don't care what you have to. Yes on the tube. It's terrible women. Have to sort of cower on one side and they ought ought to be more gentlemanly and Boris was shown in pictures like oh he always does that. He's great big nuts which are probably be taken off and the thing is and I have tried to defend it. You do have and you know no I mean some of us have we will have different sources of nuts and depending on you to tell you no. I'm not saying that's the story told me about when when you went to that bull into bullfighters and you said they all genuinely had absolutely John was gonNA. I went to L. Padilla. I can't remember sending Toronto. The the bravest bullfighter in all Spain he carried on bullfighting after one tornado. His eye with a horn no had any depth perception just carried on fighting and fighting gold all all the time. The unspoken thing was not that good at fighting but everyone came to watch him because he was so so fucking break and I went to interview him and talked himself and went behind his win and he was changing aging and he had nuts. This watermelons and I thought how fantastic to see that. The bravest man in all Spain actually does have but actually how well how sort of tragic in a way that he's being propelled by. He's darned exactly I mean it's like forest by his giant nuts. The Kingsley Amos says being unchained from lunatic is maybe maybe it's the kind of thing to look. You're not so.

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"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 with me when I get back to be discussed at the kitchen table over Nice Cup of coffee. You've read the Daily Mail today and I haven't read the date faithfully every day. The Ladies Times for Daddy the thing because it's true and it's open but I'm sure there's no down to you at the posh guy from Nevada Olivia Williams or whoever wants to talk about for a while but you start rejected this because you know because I make his lovely. He's got his parents and his you can just see. The topic is really. That looks looks to me like dehydration. Anything else these hasn't drunk water and used. It looks weird. No he's he's he. He's strange character toughish crawfish character. He claims to be heir to some house at the National Trust is gone note yes it was very funny yes it is wrong so he he claims to be A. I'm getting pronounced. Learn hydrog in Cornwall. The Fame Hedrick landline hit rock and roll in Madrid in Welsh the Celtic fringes. The same language. It's it isn't starting Welsh and and the old Brittany languages quite similar. I think Cornish is or maybe it is miserable showing where mom quickly Oscar wells last. She can be meeting. People don't always know Esther's mother is such a birth that grubby Welsh hill that she didn't speak English and so she was sixteen. Sixteen all have electric telephone. And I've seen an engineer. And then when she gets to Wales and they didn't understand fifty twelve dollars she goes back and she says things like it's it sounds completely mad to them like think. Oh Good Morning Desert. Could you pass me fine. Bagwell's there's just stands out and then brought back says she goes and sits talk. It's pronounced that anymore now. We say it's Um anyway you can let us from Wales to the time Oliver Williams it claims to be the heir to this very famous house and gardens but the National Trust said No. Actually we own them but this isn't the worst thing about him so he's lied about whether it's possible but he says I've noticed the story because I saw the thing that he goes hunting and now he's left because he doesn't like being criticized where they throw him off. Well there's a huge. He was a he was picked posed with these with the dead sable antelope. But you learn something is not aligned and even the thing about big game hunting in Africa. Is that all estates everywhere that have animals on them. They do need to be called. When you see one of these people taking photo next to a lawyer or an elephant or anything it will have been something managed? I by then called the state's called notice. Our cat is climbing to object to that could possibly be okay. I'm just trying to make a very carefully worded the point that the really gross horrible thing is that they have their picture taken with it. So a picture. I don't think he posted a picture emerged of him posing next to this dead sable antelope. He had shocked somewhere in Africa and twitter obviously went completely bananas of commerce. Four hundred sixty seven complaints about his inclusion in the program left. He's nobody's quite sure. That fourteen thousand people signed a petition demanding his ejection over this trophy. Hunting thanks thing but he said I've got to leave La Violin because I'm still in love with my ex girlfriends long enough missing off missed that that wouldn't be a telephone title for the books named Miss Nevada and it won miss something the I think wherever to combat it would be a escape from violent is slightly. Well he's out of the frying pan on into final. He is just the most hated person well on twitter now twitter. He's my taste buds. I didn't even know about any of this. Because what they really really really really really. I really don't like killing animals on twitter orders. Poor Iris is an people listening in black and white may not be able to see if not eh you notice anything. What have you noticed about the cat community here in the house? There's only one of them down to one so you want to do you know why is does anyone you suddenly realize what it sounds like wait. Motor racing is not dead attending is. I've just started your face. Both fell moten. TITUSVILLE is only one I I would have said like I said it's so job other cats the fucking pocus ibn morning i Shiver as a Jew were receiving people in the House and eating little egg rolls and saying I wish you a long life. That's why no I smoked. Lovely once the death is over your service time. The Irish today is only one cat because now is not dead but he has gone somewhere and he's GonNa come back later and depending on how well how well we communicate and baby is worse than death. Can you imagine what it might be. Yes the Little Caesar gesture you you tell them. The way you have sent my cat my little boy I have taken tensing to the vet to be castrated. And I'm on your sad about it when I even mooted it a few months ago. I said it in a perfectly jolly anyway. Well of course Mortensen will have to be be neutered. Renaudin you to the girl. I notice when we have kittens from Irish. Because she's getting most amazing mom. I've Yeah I've already got like takes the kittens like all of them and they're going to mazing homes so but most Imos they like but the thing the motor ending Camolese afraid may tenzing. I'm for little thing unless he has this. Operation will quite soon tensing. He will be giant. Great big big huge massive MoD spokesman for the men in this house anytime anyone else. Just sign this guy have thought no. Yeah well I think it does. Eight neutering does different things for different species but I mean that have you thought maybe maybe it might be quite peaceful got to have a certain a certain operation or sexual because of the sex may change but does she have my nuts off but if you have my nuts because I was the minister would make it this column about man's spreading spreading. Exactly you wouldn't have to get in on your nuts because I've often defended mount spreading because as long as you don't inconvenience anyone. Sorry Sorry Giles. It is not possible to not inconvenience people left. And right I'm not inconvenient. Left and right now I'll see what you mean. I'm sitting here do you. I don't care what you have to. Yes on the tube. It's terrible women. Have to sort of cower on one side and they ought ought to be more gentlemanly and Boris was shown in pictures like oh he always does that. He's great big nuts which are probably be taken off and the thing is and I have tried to defend it. You do have and you know no I mean some of us have we will have different sources of nuts and depending on you to tell you no. I'm not saying that's the story told me about when when you went to that bull into bullfighters and you said they all genuinely had absolutely John was gonNA. I went to L. Padilla. I can't remember sending Toronto. The the bravest bullfighter in all Spain he carried on bullfighting after one tornado. His eye with a horn no had any depth perception just carried on fighting and fighting gold all all the time. The unspoken thing was not that good at fighting but everyone came to watch him because he was so so fucking break and I went to interview him and talked himself and went behind his win and he was changing aging and he had nuts. This watermelons and I thought how fantastic to see that. The bravest man in all Spain actually does have but actually how well how sort of tragic in a way that he's being propelled by. He's darned exactly I mean it's like forest by his giant nuts. The Kingsley Amos says being unchained from lunatic is maybe maybe it's the kind of thing to look. You're not so.

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

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"giles" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"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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