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Funds get cash injection, but developing nations decry lack of climate support
"Two new funds one the least developed countries and the other special climate change could be denounced at the UN climate change conference in Egypt The fund contributions are in addition to the $413 million that 12 donor countries pledged to the least developed countries fund at the UN summit in Glasgow last year However Tuvalu's climate envoy survey knew believes a more comprehensive arrangement for loss and damage is getting held up Our position remains that this cop should agree among parties to establish a response fund dedicated solely for loss and damage Be new ads that it's really frustrating that we keep talking without any clear resolution and practical outcomes that would help save our communities I'm Charles De Ledesma
UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim
"A judge in Scotland says a man who spent almost a year fighting extradition to the U.S. is Nicholas Rossi a fugitive alleged to have faked his own death to escape rape allegations The suspect was arrested in December 2021 at a Glasgow hospital where he was being treated for COVID-19 He denies being Rossi and says he's an Irish orphan named Arthur knight after seeing evidence including fingerprints and tattoos a judge is told Edinburgh sheriff court he was satisfied that mister knight is indeed Nicholas Rossi U.S. authorities say Rossi had been charged in connection with the 2008 rape in Utah a full extradition hearing is likely to be held next year Charles De Ledesma London
UN weather report: Climate woes bad and getting worse faster
"The United Nations warns of worsening global warming as world leaders gather for key climate talks Envoys gather in the Egyptian seaside resort of Sharm el Sheik for a UN convention on climate change amid the war in Ukraine high inflation food shortages and an energy crunch This comes as the UN's weather agencies annual report shows shocking new data The sea level rise in the past ten years is double what it was in the 1990s rising by .2 inches per year and is opening speech outgoing conference president alok Sharma said that countries had made considerable progress at their last meeting in Glasgow but more has to be done How many more wake-up calls Does the world do world leaders actually need A third of Pakistan underwater The worst flooding in Nigeria in a decade this year the worst drought in 500 years in Europe in a thousand years in the U.S. and the worst on record in China Over 120 world leaders will attend the talks but the absence of Chinese presidents Xi Jinping and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi two of the world's biggest polluters means many are doubtful on whether the talks could result in any major deals to cut emissions long term I'm Naomi Shannon
COP27: Host resort town gives Egypt tight grip over protests
"As the host of this year's cop 27 global climate change summits Egypt is keeping a tight train on protests The Egyptian resort town of shaman Sheik may seem like a picturesque location for this year's cop 27 climate summit However behind the postcard perfect appearance Egyptian authorities have created a tightly controlled fortress Climate activists are saying the restrictions will limit their ability to protest and raise awareness of their cause in a country where protests are virtually banned the government has set up a specific venue for climate protests However no one is quite sure where it is Notifications are required 36 hours in advance This year's summit is likely to be a sharp contrast to cop 26 last year in Glasgow Scotland where some 100,000 people marched through the streets in one of many rallies I'm Karen Chammas
British PM to go to COP
"British prime minister Rishi sunak has reversed an earlier decision not to attend the UN climate summit in Egypt Cenac's office had previously said he was going to skip the talks which start on Sunday because of pressing domestic commitments including the closely watched government budget statement expected to be announced on November 17 but sunak has now tweeted he would be attending the two week gathering because he says there's no long-term prosperity without action on climate change Soon acts earlier decision to miss the talks has been criticized by many including his climate adviser Al Sharma Britain currently holds the presidency of the conference of the parties and hosted the climate summit in Glasgow last year Charles De Ledesma London
Rosario has pinch single in 10th, Guardians beat Rays 2-1
"The rays remain one and a half games off the first AL wild card following a two one loss to the guardians Pinch hitter Ahmed Rosario won it with a basis loaded signal on the bottom of the tenth Guardians rookie Gabriela has hit his first major league home run in the third inning Cleveland started Tristan Mackenzie's struck out 6 while allowing one run through 6 frames Tyler Glasgow pitched for the raise for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery last year Glasgow through 50 pitches and reached the high 90s several times The loss leaves the race with a magic number of two for clenching a playoff birth I'm Dave fairy
Constitution stops Charles becoming Britain's 'green' king
"As a passionate climate change activist King Charles the 3rd may find his new position limits how outspoken he can be on the topic just a year ago at the UN climate conference in Glasgow the then Prince Charles delivered a rallying cry to world leaders to act with all dispatch and decisively to confront a common enemy that common enemy is climate change and a topic very dear to the now king's heart however now that he's monarch in accordance with the traditions of Britain's constitutional monarchy Charles must be careful to stay out of politics and government policy the task will prove harder than ever now that prime minister Liz truss's government has lifted a ban on fracking to boost domestic energy supplies Karen Chammas London
"glasgow" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And we love playing off each other. I mean, we had a great feud in WWE. And that's why when the Blackpool combat club started, which is another thing I laugh about is that we had the Jericho appreciation society. Santana Ortiz and Kingston, numbers game, numbers game, numbers game. This is boring. Too much 5 on three. Why wouldn't Eddie Kingston and Santa an artist get some backup? Here's comes the buck pool combat club. Who's in the Blackpool combat club? Moxley, whose moxie's former tag team partner, Kingston, nobody saw it coming. It was so obvious. And that's when they finally appeared and joined Eddie's guys. Now it's like, oh, this is cool. Now we have something extra onto this. And Riga was a big part of that. He came in at the right time, obviously he's the catalyst for the Blackpool combat club. And he's a great baby face. And we have great verbal jousting when we're doing commentary. And the very first night he came down to the ring. And I just said punch me. And he punched me and people went nuts. And they started chanting illegal. They want to regal have a match. He can't from physical reasons, but I just said punch me. I knew he punched me hard. It was a good one. It was hurt. But people love it because they love him. And now we can utilize that on our show to make him one of our characters that's reinvigorating the way he never would have had if he stayed in WWE. Blood and guts too, you took the swing from Claudio on top of the cage. I mean, that was hard to watch. Never mean. Talk us through who came up with the idea and how it felt in the moment compared to what you thought it made before. Well, it sounds like a broken record, but sure. That was my idea. And the reason I go. The reason for it is kick Claudio came in and I actually went and stood in the arena at forbidden door just to hear the reaction because I knew people would go nuts from, but that's for him. And I was like, they really, really like this guy. And once again, we have a chance to build another main event star very quickly. What's the best way to do that? Focus on his strengths. And one of his strengths is his strength. He is so strong. It's unbelievable how strong he is. And I said, well, I'll have him start, have him start with Sam, because Sammy's very dynamic. You can make him look good. And then let's continue through. And I had the idea of going on top of the cage. Now, I wouldn't have thought of that again except for last year's blood and guts. We still only had a thousand people in the crowd. And if you remember, because of the way we shot a daily place, what you saw was the cage, and then basically just the wall behind it, the big Tron, the stage. You couldn't really get a sense of the massiveness of this cage. And it's just, it looked cool, but it was almost like to me it was like, oh, good job, guys. Good job. Is that your Hell in a Cell? Not a good job, good job. So when I got there, I said, dude, we need to do something on top of the cage because I'm just envisioning this shot from the hard camera of the cage with 6000 people. There's 12 there, but 6000 people on this side with Eddie Kingston standing on top of the cage, just standing there, people just, and that was my vision. And people were like, we shouldn't go on top again. I said, next year, no. This year we have to because it's essentially the debut of blood and guts. It's the first time people have seen a big this is with this giant crowd in Detroit, one of our biggest that we've had. We need to really, this puts us on a different level. This makes AW look every bit as big as any other wrestling company in the world today. Let's go on to the top. Sammy texted me a couple of days. Hey, I want to take a bump off the top. But of course, he wanted to take a bump on the top last year. And I was like, well, I'm already taking it. So what can we do? Maybe Eddie throws him off. Great. And then maybe I put any into the walls and then maybe Claudio comes up and saves the day and then Tony had the idea of two submissions and Claudio gets the tablet first. Let's rob Eddie Kingston of his submission, which causes a little bit of animosity between those two story story story. So I just said it, man. When he comes up there, you've got to give me the swing, because people love that he gave, he gave cool hands 20 spins for indoor and people were going bananas for it. So I was like, dude, you got to give me the spin on top of the cage. And when I got there, he said, I can't do it as a wife. Because everywhere that I spin, the chain that lifts the cages in the way. And I was like, we could do it on the edge, because you can't do it on the edge. It's insane. I said, why? I said, you're the strongest guy. I would not have done that with anybody else. Anybody else on the planet. But with him, I took that spin many, many times. And I was like, dude, you're in total control. We can do it. We're not that close to the edge. So we talked about the area we're going to do it. And then here it comes. And dude, I'll tell you what. I was scared about falling off the cage. When I got into the position for this spot, I was like, oh my gosh. And then he starts spinning. Now, the first, there was 7 rotations.
"glasgow" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"There. And then we had started this thing with two Diana Garcia where they beat me up, then they beat Eddie Kingston up in a separate location, and then I go to the ring to get my revenge on those three guys as they happen to be in the ring, beating up a Kingston. I'm not down there to save Eddie. I'm down there to beat up the three guys that beat me up. Eddie takes umbrage to that umbridge great word. And then we start a little bit of a feud. You can't win the big one Eddie Kingston, and then finally he does win the big one against me. And then we become partners. That was the original, like I said, genius idea that I came up with. And a funny thing happened on the way to the races, like I said, he got hurt. I got hurt then suddenly there's a Centennial or a teeth thing where there's some dissension there and those three guys started their careers together. And then Daniel Bryan starts talking about putting together his own faction. And he mentions Dani Garcia. And I was like, well, that's a shame if he takes Danny with him and leaves two high and dry. Those three guys have been doing good. Like they should be together, maybe they should be together with me. Oh. That's interesting. Santana Ortiz and Eddie Kingston, me, Matt Jeff, and Danny. And I'll keep Jake because he's my heater. He's the original inner circle member. And Sammy split because he was the champion. He said, I'm going to do my own thing. So we've got a whole new thing here. This is great. And that's kind of how that all started. So I thought, well, I came up with this whole idea. And I remember the name of the faction originally was going to be the Citadel. The Citadel. I like that name, Citadel. Wow. So I told Tony the whole thing and he really liked it, and then when I said, Citadel, he totally no sold it. Didn't say a word. And as soon as he didn't say, we're like, oh, the Citadel sucks. I hate it. I was like, that's not good. And then I was looking at something about an art appreciation society. I got some email about, here's the art of preaching society of Tampa, which is where I live. And I was like, the appreciation society. That's pretty fucking pompous. It's like the art. Who's going into the art appreciation society? Who's attending these meetings? I'm thinking a bunch of snotty guys with ascots and cigarette holders eating cheese. And I'm like, that's got a lot of pompousness to it. Jericho appreciates society. It's perfect. It's perfect. And I told Tony that, and he bit on that so hard. He loved it. He kept talking about the JS the jazz. The JS jerk appreciates the so the last part of the story is we go to Bridgeport, Connecticut. And it's a face to face promo with Jericho and Eddie Kingston. And Eddie, he's unorthodox. I would never do a promo with the way to Kingston does. I would say that's just not the way to do it for him. It works perfectly. And he comes down to the racing. I don't want to be here. This is pro wrestling. You want sports entertainment? Go down the street because Bridgeport, Connecticut's right down the street from Stanford, where WWE headquarters is. You want sports entertainment, go down the street, and people start booing. They are booing. They do not like sports entertainment in AW, just the word. Just the thought of sports entertainers causes them to boo. And I'm like, I go backstage, I grab my phone, I text my copyright lawyer. Now, Gene Simmons told me face to face always copyright everything. Any name you have copyrighted, always. Hey, Mike. Is there a copyright on sports entertainers? I think it goes, I'll check. 20 minutes later, no. And I was like, you have got to be fucking kidding me. 30 years. They've never copied it. Ever. Later that day, the new holder of the copyright for sports entertainers right here.
"glasgow" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"WWW dot one 800 gambler .NET West Virginia. Then all out 2019 you become the first EW world champion, you'd be Adam page. I mean, how soon into the strategy of the W was at the you would be the first champion. When did that kind of come to pass? I think I don't ever remember being told like, okay, you are going to be the first champion, but it was just kind of a given because I was the biggest name on the roster. And hangman obviously was a younger guy and people bitch and complain about everything. Being the younger guys, just like Hulk Hogan in 1998. It's like, you obviously don't understand the concept of business because you put over your biggest name to draw people to watch. And hangman did a great job and he'll be a world champion and he was. And he was a great champion too, but it wasn't the right time for him. I think it was always kind of understood that I would be the first champion just because I was the biggest name and once again had the company on my back and I also knew I had to build stars very quickly. So let's try and get as much as we can out of these title shots. I remember I had Darby on week three. I wanted sunny kiss but Tony picked Darby. He shot up right the way. Scorpio sky showed up right away jungle boy. We did the ten minute challenge, Cody, reinvented him, mocked. So as many guys as we could in a short time, try and make some stars right out of the gate because that's what we had to do to get more people to watch. And you know, at that point, you win the title and then you go backstage and you find the bottle of champagne. Which has done very well for you. How did that come about? And were you expecting that it was going to become the phenomenon that is? I'd love to be able to tell you guys that I'm such a genius that every single thing that's ever gotten over was a plan that I knew I was going to do. I just told you backstage, I've become really good at reading the room. What does that mean? When I say something and I never once again, like the wizard, for example. I threw a fireball at 80 Kingston. And then on commentary, I said, because I'm a wizard and it's like, because I was thinking, I don't wizards throw fireballs and cast spells and shit. Wizard would do that. And then suddenly I'm reading because before, ten years ago, if you said something like wizard, you knew it was getting over because people would bring signs in the crowd. You ever notice there's no signs in the crowd anymore. You know why that is? Because people are too busy doing this. So they can't bring a sign. Nowadays, the signs and the crowd are Twitter and Instagram and the responses that you get wizard right out of the gate. People loved it. They're making wizard memes. They're making Gandalf as Jericho and all this other stuff. Now I got a thing. Wizard. Okay, I'm a wizard. There you go. And I was like, you should wear a pointed hat and a cloak. I'm like, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You don't actually become a wizard 'cause that's stupid. You call yourself a wizard and you say with conviction because the guy, the character thinks, thinks he is a wizard, that's where the success comes in. So bubbly, it was backstage, and we were in Chicago. And we had to kill some time because they wanted the shot of me walking through the crowd insulting people and getting into my room when I was then pour some champagne on some unwilling text. Stagehand, just to show much of a pompous jerk, Chris Jericho is. So I remember I was walking through and I like being live. Let's just do it. And I did it, and it worked out good, and we got to do it again, because the microphones that were and we did it again, and they're like, oh, there's something wrong. I'm like, guys, this is great material. I'm just throwing out these improv insults. And if you have to do it again, those improv insults aren't improv anymore, and then it's not as fun. So the third time I was already kind of angry, that kind of pissed off, not just annoyed, I guess is a better word. So I'm walking through the back and it's the third time and now we've got it and I go into the dressing room and I haven't been in there yet, but they said you're going to have a spread, like a championship spread. And if you remember, I walk in there, there's literally like a vegetable platter and a bottle of champagne. And I remember walking in and I was like, I think I said, this is the spread worthy of a champion. It's terrible. It looks like something like at a church picnic. There's someone just threw so I brought the veggie plate. So I go in there and there's two lines that I said that I really pop myself. And a lot of my stuff comes from movies. The first one was there was olives. And I said, look at this one. There's a little guy in there, and look at this one. There's no little guy. What was the little guy? It's from spinal tap, right? And that I thought was hilarious. Nigel tufnell's backstage thing. He doesn't like the fact that one olive has a pimento and the other one doesn't have a little guy in there and he gets mad. Nobody cared about that one. That was a Nigel tough no one. That's funny. There's a little guy in there. Then dumb and dumber, if you guys remember, Jim Carrey at some point. He's like, we'll get a little bit of the bubbly. And then they shoot the owl with
"glasgow" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"City sponsored murals. So yes, a great one. And Rogue One has another one of the big ones. So how would a Julie mentioned you get a walking tour brochure from the tourists pick up from two stars that gives you the route to follow and there's new ones all the time as well. Beautiful one of saint mungo, the patron saint of the city. It was like a homeless passion that he's got Robin in his hand, and that's one of the legends of Mongol that he brought a Robin back life munger's the pitcher and the sea. I remember there's one where this girl is picking up a little tiny guy. That was smug. That smug as well, yeah. And it comes with a smug message. What's the story about that? So she's actually on a building which houses her strip club. And so you could interpret, I don't know if smug would agree with us or not, but you couldn't interpret that she's maybe picking up a little man who's on his way. She's doing some other gesture with her hand, perhaps the little tiny men that go to the men. Objectify the women of Glasgow and on her necklace that says the name smug as well. All right. Billy Connolly just mentioned of him when we were talking about the Glasgow Pato there and probably people are familiar with the comedian Billy Connolly. They did a TV documentary of him going back to see his mural on the wall of it. And if you want to sort of familiarize yourself with Glasgow and it's accident before you visit, then watch some Billy Connolly, but be prepared. We've said that Glasgow is Gritty. And Billy Conley himself says that he uses profanity like comment like commerce to punctuate. That would be a good bit of video to watch before. If you're open, if you're open minded. With different kinds of punctuation. The humor is very, very Gritty coming out of the shipyards. Other ones that you might want to watch still game and that is one which is absolutely superb if you're open minded, which is an American voice activated elevator. And it's two glass regions in a new lifter elevator and they're trying to get to the 11th floor. And it doesn't understand. There's so much fun we can have connecting and actually feeling like we're understanding a foreign language when we're actually speaking with people who speak English. Julie, thanks for your call. You're welcome. Thank you. Okay. This is travel with Rick Steves. We've been talking about Glasgow with two Scottish guides, Cullen mayers and Liz lister. Thanks so much. Thank you. Thank you. Travel with Rick Steves is produced by Tim camp, kasma, a hall, and Donna bardsley, had Rick Steves Europe in Edmonds, Washington. When you're at a road trip, you can listen to travel with Rick Steves on one of more than 500 other radio stations. You'll find a list of when and where were broadcasts at Rick Steves dot com slash radio. We'll see you next week with more travel with Rick Steves. Hey, I'm Rick Steves. You can experience my favorite European people places and stories in my newest book for the love of Europe. Order your copy today at Rick Steves dot com.
"glasgow" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"In a blue area, you'll be in trouble. Are you serious? It's equivalent of gangs. Again, you talk there about it being socioeconomic. It's not just in the lure levels of society, it's right through society, not right up to the highest level, there is trouble. And is it tribal for the football team or is the football team the top layer of a deeper loyalty? It's got the religious connections, but I'm sure that most of the people that really get angry and violent about it. I don't think they're going to church on a Sunday morning. No. I've seen tribal stadiums of church. I've seen tribal Irish culture at concerts in the United States. And there's just this guttural deep down loyalty to my heritage. And you might not even know why. And also, if you appreciate that Glasgow because it's a large industrial or was a large manufacturing center over half the population of Scotland lived within a 50 mile radius of it. So you do have that factory background. Exactly. And you also have a lot of poverty. So although there's poverty distributed across Scotland that are pockets of the most severe deprivation. And so football gives an escape. So football can be tribalized and gangs are tribal. That's right. And it goes back to your dad was a hardworking downtrodden factory worker. The factory went out, your family was without money. It was they happened to be Catholics and the big boss was and generally you were born into your born into the football team. We sang ourselves. This is travel with Rick Steves, we're talking with Liz lister and colored mare, so we're talking about Glasgow and what's going on. Our phone numbers 877-333-7425. And bob's on the line from Vancouver, Washington. Bob, thanks for your call. Thank you, Rick. Glad to be with you. Yeah, what are your thoughts about Glasgow? My wife and I had a great time there. We happen to have a few days between a visit to Sicily and then when we had to be in Edinburgh to attend wedding. And so we said we'd take those few days and go see Glasgow. Trying to enjoy some music. And one of the things that we like was it's really easy to get around there. We stayed out in the belly Houston neighborhood and were able to walk to the rennie mackintosh house for an art lover, which is an incredible place. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. We were attending walk from the train and then we also used the first bus app on our phones. We just bought a path that was appropriate for the time that we'd be there. And it was just hop on the bus. Scan the barcode on our phone and we got all over the place. So you bought an app on your phone essentially paying for a bus pass and then you just showed the barcode whenever you got onto any public transit. So yeah, the app was free. We just chose which paths we want. And then on the app, there's also bus schedules and other information. All day ticket for the first buses. I say that was an old day ticket Glasgow's your oyster. That's a great thing. And that's a real mark of I think that's a mark of a good traveler that commits themselves to public transit nowadays that also is mobile capable because so much is mobile and to get on the ball and take advantage of these things. You do need to use your smartphone and bob, you talked about the Charles Rainey mackintosh site. This was in near the university, isn't it call it? No, no. The one that bob was up, blah blah blah. Bell Houston in the park. Okay. So it's a building that was on the other side. It was designed by Charles, but not built during his lifetime. So it was built much more recently. But to talk about Charles mini mcintosh for a moment because a lot of people go to Glasgow for this, could you call it the Scottish Art Nouveau sort of heartthrob among architects? People love it. Everybody would go to the art school, but it tragically burned down. Well, yeah, so it had two fires. First one was 2000 14 that destroyed the library, which was one of the highlights of the whole building. And then four years on, almost to the day, and 2018 had another bigger fire. So they were rebuilding it. Quite a heroic effort to get the money to rebuild and then it burned again. They have said they will rebuild it, but it's a bit of a controversial subject because some people feel that money should be spent in some of the areas maybe of Glasgow. I think there will be a million pound. So Liz. When you take a group or an individual to Glasgow with the interest in the architect, Charles Rainey mackintosh, what are the top two or three Macintosh sites for you? Okay, well, absolutely. The Glasgow school of art was the top building. It was fact it was known as the Macintosh building and critics around the world, thought of that's one of the best buildings in the world. He's an iconic Scottish artist and the library in particular was one of his best works and saw the students in Glasgow school of art would give tours of the building. Nowadays what they're working on. That's all gone. What remains if we're going to go now to just get an appreciation of mcintosh? You have buildings which wear Macintosh designs which are like can the lighthouse which was the original Glasgow Herald building and hill house, which is further outside Glasgow, but they're still working to try and get some legacy from his best work the classical school of art. So what they're looking at is 3D printing and virtual reality. So that they're being able to give people a virtual tour of this magnificent library. And in fact, one of the lecturers who had worked in the library in his time when he saw this virtual display was actually in tears because he felt as if he was standing right in the middle of the library. That's a beautiful thing that it could be a hint of what's to come in a lot of ways. And Cullen, for me, the first I would say is the best place you can go. Easily accessible. It's in the city center. It's on sake hall street. And they've just actually completed a renovation as well. So now it's back to pretty close to what it was like in McDonald's. Right in the shopping district is a bit lower. But to be sure you're getting the right one, make sure you go to it's actually no officially called Macintosh at the willow because they had a trademark dispute over a couple of cafes that used the name willow Durham. So make sure you consider the right one. Bob it sounds like there's a lot to see dealing with Macintosh. Yeah, another place that we went to they haven't mentioned is the street school museum and as a requirement. And that was pretty interesting to me. Sharing culture and also including the immigrant cultures that attended the school there as well. Nice. So much to see. Thanks for your call, bob. Thank you. Our blue bed certified guides to Glasgow, Scotland, are Cullen mayors and Liz lister. Cullen leads summer group tours and customize whisky tours of Scotland and southern hemisphere summer tours in New Zealand. Liz co hosts a weekly podcast about Scotland called Scottish leathers. You'll find links to our guests in the notes for each week's show on our website. Rick Steves dot com slash radio. Julie's calling from Lake Forest park in Washington. Hi, Julie. Hi, Rick. How are you? Great. What was that, what did you find unique about Glasgow? Oh, I just want the street art. It was really unexpected. I had a bookended a trip to the isle of mall with two weekends in Glasgow and my first morning jet lags I took a walking tour and we kept walking by all these fantastic murals and so I after the tour went and explored a little bit more on my own and there are dozens of them and there's a city center mural trail and I was especially taken by the work of an Australian artist who's living in Glasgow and he goes by the graffiti name of smug and his real name is Sam Bates, but he has just fantastic murals all over the city. He has one on a car park that if you can imagine the length of maybe I don't know 50 cars and it's four seasons and it's all these forest creatures and animals in all four seasons and it's just beautiful. Colin, I know you're enthusiastic about the street art. We're not talking about tagging and graffiti.
"glasgow" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Bye bye. This is travel with Rick Steves. We've been talking with Mark Seymour from Devon and Tom hooper from Cornwall. We've enjoyed a little bit of the spirit between these two shires or, I guess, is Devin is actually a shy. Devin is a shore. And Tom, what is Cornwall? The country. The struggling underdog country of Cornwall. Please struggle. Lots to see and do in Devon and in Cornwall. Tom and Mark, thank you so much for giving us all a better understanding of the diversity in the charms of the Southwest of England. Well, thank you for asking us. Thank you very much. Let's head north next to Scotland's biggest city, Glasgow. It's a mostly friendly rival to the nearby capital of Edinburgh, but its sister cities include Pittsburgh, Bethlehem, and even Havana in Cuba. Scottish tour guides take your calls at 8 7 7 three three three Rick as we get to know Glasgow next on travel with Rick Steves. It's long been thought of as a rougher, second choice to the elegant Scottish capital of Edinburgh. But Glasgow has been the economic engine of Scotland since the industrial revolution first blackened its skies. It was also home to major figures in the Scottish enlightenment and a key shipping port for clipper ships to America. Today it's post industrial era vibe, renovated waterfront and fanatic sports fans makes Glasgow a city worth getting to know. To help us better appreciate Glasgow, we're joined now on travel with Rick Steves by Elizabeth lister. Liz lives a little northeast in the town of fife and co hosts the Scottish bladders podcast when she's not leading tours. Colin mayors grew up in Glasgow. He divides his time now between Scotland and New Zealand. There's reverse seasons for wintry, you know. And he proudly wears the family tartan kilt when leading visitors around his homeland. Cullen Liz, thanks for joining us. Thank you. So, Colin. You been in Glasgow all your life. Why all of a sudden are people taking Glasgow, so seriously, as far as American tourism goes anyways? Well, Glasgow is really a hip and happening today. Edinburgh is the obvious tourist city and you've got all the things right there on your plate and you've got the first Edinburgh Glasgow you've got to scratch your surface and then you really get to think some of the real ones I think. It has a rough reputation, but with that roughness also comes a friendliness that's people that are hardworking people and they've had a hard past of being industrial city. Now it's come through that and it's got that good evade in it. It's cool. Liz, I think of you more in the Edinburgh area. How would you compare Edinburgh and Glasgow? Well, although it's more the Edinburgh that I focus on now, when I was growing up, my grandparents lived just outside Glasgow. So much of my young early years wear Glasgow. I think Glasgow's famous for the Glasgow humor, the Glasgow. Petter. Whereas Edinburgh is much more refined. You can psychoanalyze a little bit. I think a person in Glasgow would brag about what soccer team they relate to, and in Edinburgh, what would they? They talk about which school they've got the children signed up. Well, they've got the kids signed up for. But these are very much stereotypes. We have to realize that Glasgow is made up of many, many districts and areas as is Edinburgh. So the overarching stereotype is that Edinburgh is a much wealthier city, but Glasgow merchant city, a lot of wealth, the sea glass regions where their wealth on their back, so they're very much into their bling and their fancy clothes. But they're much more about saving up for the kids education. Oh no, that's interesting. Well, Edinburgh has the bank and the government and lots of important institutions. But Colin Glasgow, how powerful was the shipyards on the river Clyde in Glasgow at its peak. Once upon a time, it was, I think, 50% of the world's ocean going ships were a huge percent of the ships at sea were all coming from Glasgow. Clay built was the clay district. And that meant that was a sign of quality ships. It was clay. So when we talk about the character of glaswegians, what's an example of some of the color of the character of the people of Glasgow? We do like to say that in Glasgow, you'll have a better time a funeral than you'll have a wedding in Edinburgh. We know how to make the best of a bad situation. There's a lot of rust belt cities that we're industrial powerhouses that hit the doldrums and now they're coming back. And it's kind of exciting. And there's some great new museums in Glasgow, new cultural attractions. The West End full of places to eat and lively evening entertainment. So Glasgow is also a UNESCO city of music. Edinburgh university of literature. And so Edinburgh has maybe a little bit more bookish. It is Glasgow has happened happening in the music fabers. Music all throughout the city. I can hear a little bit of a difference in your dialects. Liz, how do you characterize the dialect between Glasgow and Edinburgh? Well, as a C class was famous for the Glasgow patter, if you are visiting Glasgow, they'll understand what you're seeing because they're used to films and television. When you try to interpret the Glasgow dialect, it can be very difficult. There's very distinct dialect. A glass region is called a ouija, and weegee is both a noun and an adjective. So our bus driver, one of our bus drivers I work with, is called ouija, because he's a glass region. Now John is broad broad Glasgow dialect. And so I have one occasion where I'm sitting at dinner with John and I tend to just go into the local vernacular. And my two members are sitting watching and when Jon gets up and leaves and they see where you speak in garlic. And you're speaking English. I'm speaking English. So they have a tendency to reduce expressions to one word. So if I want to ask you how you are to say all right, that's how are you? Are you all right? Are you all right? How's it going? And then they tend to add on some sort of physical characteristic, like all right, big man. All right, wee man. And then you have other ones like Giza. So that's give me up, which goes to give us a which gives Giza. So then they'll run it together to give you swallow your Ginger. And what is that? Are you going to corner Giza? Give us swallow and in Glasgow. They don't call suda suda or lemonade. They call either Ginger or juice. So are you going to give us a swallow of your soda pop? Are you going to give us a drink of your sort of pot and say it again? So that's an example of Glasgow humor. They are famous for their voted friendliest people in the world. You know, it doesn't surprise me. I had a great time when I was in Glasgow, and I've been in Glasgow with both of you in Cullen. Last time we were in Glasgow, you made a point about the enthusiasm of the soccer fans and how it's too sort of, I mean, things are changing, of course. But if you go historically, there's two rival teams that glaswegians ally themselves. One of the other, do a little psychoanalysis, socioeconomic soccer teams, the rangers and Celtic. Generally, the people that follow injuries will be Protestant background and then cut there. Generally Catholic. So I'd say start it off with the Celtic were founded by an average Catholic priest. He was generally as money for the poor immigrants that moved to the east end of Glasgow. Catholics from Ireland, and syringes were founded with no religious bias, but then because all the Catholics and Glasgow started to support Celtic, all the protestants, so to support the team that's not the Catholic favorite. So they have their tribal tribal rivalry really. So there is a socioeconomic history about that, kind of like the maybe the mets and the Dodgers or something like that in New York. I don't know. But you've got colors, right? So which are the colors of which the Celtic green and white and rangers are red, white, and blue. So if you're wearing green, you might not be comfortable in
'Wokedom' Goes Global as Glasgow Apologises for Role in Slave Trade
"Welcome to has kind of gone. Well, I won't say worldwide, but it's certainly gone international. We see it in Germany. We see it, we don't see a lot of it in France. Interestingly and happily. We see some of it in other parts of Europe, and we certainly see it in England. And it's interesting to look at it over there and see how it compares to what's going on over here. There clearly are some parallels, although obviously with the kind of British accent. So I wanted to talk about Glasgow, the city of Glasgow, which a couple of years ago, while 2019 commissioned what's called the Glasgow slavery audit. So they got a bunch of historians and they said that the wealth of Glasgow seems to have been accumulated through the tobacco trade, which was, of course, tied back to in previous centuries to slave plantations abroad, not slavery in England, but slavery in the colonies controlled by England, and so Glasgow apparently owes its current status and it's importance to this tobacco wealth that was seemingly illicitly generated through slavery. So my thought whenever I hear things like this is, okay, are you planning to give it back? Are you planning to relinquish the wealth that is obviously ill gotten gains as kind of like if you stole a bunch of paintings and there's still hanging up in your house? Well, return them to their rightful owners. But Glasgow is no intention of doing this. No surprise. Their idea is to turn this into one of those self congratulatory virtue signaling enterprises, how? Because they their point is a lot of streets in Glasgow. I named after tobacco barons who helped to build a city, and there are also monuments to the same barons sprinkled throughout Glasgow. And their ideas, let's take them monuments down, or at least consider taking them down. Let's consider renaming the streets. And as often happens, this kind of project kind of gets started. And pretty soon, it starts targeting people who shouldn't be
Finland Reindeer Climate-Reindeer Intro and wrap
"Reindeer reindeer herders herders are are feeling feeling the the effects effects of of climate climate change change a a new new study study says says reindeer reindeer herds herds have have gotten gotten smaller smaller and and lighter lighter and and a a little little it's it's a a herder herder near near the the Arctic Arctic Circle Circle she she says says climate climate change change is is a a reason reason twenty twenty thirty thirty years years we we have have had had interest interest in in getting getting more more unstable unstable one one researcher researcher says says the the Glasgow Glasgow climate climate packs packs one one point point five five degrees degrees Celsius Celsius temperature temperature goal goal is is impossible impossible for for reindeer reindeer herders herders and and reindeers reindeers you you cannot cannot split split so so at at a a very very easily easily over over heat heat and and they they might might get get caught caught some some as as much much kill kill a a lot lot of of pride pride researcher researcher Nuccio Nuccio muzzle muzzle low low at at the the university university of of Lapland Lapland says says the the one one point point five five degree degree goal goal is is the the issue issue it it is is already already a a general general understanding understanding that that the the for for the the the the no no see see such such with with temperatures temperatures these these going going faster faster Leslie Leslie is is supplementing supplementing her her reindeers reindeers diets diets with with ivy ivy branches branches and and dried dried hay hay to to help help them them get get through through the the winter winter I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Nations strike climate deal with coal compromise
"Government negotiators from nearly two hundred countries have adopted a new deal on climate action after two weeks of talks envoys at the United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow Scotland accepted a compromise agreement it was aimed at keeping alive the international goal to limit global warming to one point five degrees Celsius or two point seven degrees Fahrenheit nation after nation complained that the deal isn't enough to fend off flooding heat drought and weather disasters that endanger millions but in the end said it provides some progress if not success U. S. special climate envoy John Kerry encouraged delegates to accept the N. perfect proposal you can then perfect be the enemy of the good in a last minute intervention India watered down the language on cutting emissions from coal Indian environment minister Bhupender Yadav I'm loving countries have a right to their fair share of the global carbon budget and not entitled to the responsible use of fossil fuels Glasco climate pact includes some financial incentives for poor nations and solves a long standing problem to pave the way for carbon trading I'm Jennifer king
"glasgow" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Well there are our response to this We should not call it a Glasgow pack We should call it the Glasgow suicide pipes for the forest in the world because it does not keep us below the 1.5° guard In fact it had just closer to 3° Governments turned their backs on the poorest and the most vulnerable in the world to even meet the poultry 100 billion that rammed through so many loopholes that he makes a mockery of this climate negotiations And that's why this morning all the 700 people from all the different civil society constituencies representing environmental organizations women and gender use trade unions indigenous people farmers and peasants came together and took over one of the main halls where these deals are cocktail And we issued our own people's declaration calling on what we actually wanted to see outside this cop Countries commit to their fair share of effort strong binding targets with real zero by 2030 meeting the 100 billion but actually recognizing that we need trillions if we're going to have a real just transition without leaves no one behind recognizing that the reality of this climate crisis means that we need adaptation and loss and damage for the poorest of most vulnerable And that rich countries need to take responsibility and liability for the damage that they're doing We know that they support us and big businesses who have helped draft some of these causes So this was our attempt as people drafting our declaration as a rallying cobalt.
Director Norman Stone on His New CS Lewis Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'
"And let me just tell you, I'm a fan of C. S. Lewis. Which brings me to my friend Norman stone, the film, director, Norman stone, got on the map early in 1984 by directing a film called shadowlands for the BBC starring Claire Bloom, Joss ackland, and he's been doing all kinds of things, but a little bit of C. S. Lewis here and there. He has just directed a new film called the most reluctant convert starring our friend max McLean and Norman stone across the pond from the environs of Glasgow is here with us in the studio. Norman is that you. This is still me, yeah. It's still you. My friend, listen, we've been friends for a long time. And you and I have had millions of silly conversations or at least hundreds. But we both love C. S. Lewis. So when I found out from max McLean, in this studio, you know, he's starring as Lewis, but that you had directed it, I flipped, because I said, there's literally nobody else who should direct the film. Can you tell us because there are people tuning in, they didn't hear the max maclean interview. They may not know about the film rather than my telling them what I know. Tell us what is the film and what will we find in the film? Okay. Louis did write a lot of books, you're right. One of the ones that's probably the most impressive in many ways is the surprise by joy. Basically it's his own story. He writes with a self deferential wit and information comes out and you want to read more. So this is how he began life turned into an atheist and then was a very dogmatic atheist. Anyone can university after a trip for the First World War and so on. And he soon being challenged by people like
'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits
"We have with us a returning to America first. The man who educated me on the climate hoax. He is the founder of the climate depot, the author of the politically incorrect guy to climate change and more recently, the green fraud, why the Green New Deal? I prefer green new steel is even worse than you think Mark morano. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. Happy to be here today. So where have you just got back from? Did you just get back from what is ObamaCare, Scotland, completely fallaciously, the emerald isle? Where have you been Mark? I have been in the emerald well actually, I think that's Ireland. I've been in Scotland and I did not get to go. I was there for all last week. I did not get to go in one of these private jets like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates or Al Gore, who were all at the conference as well. I had to fly commercial, but I was there all last week at this Glasgow summit and it was a doozy because I think even the longtime observers are saying, this is as Greta would say, a blah, blah, blah, summit. Not much has happened here except a lot of virtue signaling. So what is this? They're using this acronym cop. I didn't realize it's now running for multiple weeks. Well, what is this? What is this virtue signaling stand for and who, who is their Mark? Well, this is the United Nations climate summit. Cop stands for conference of parties. Bureaucratic language that they have every year. So next year's cup 27. This year's cop 25. And this whole process started in 1992 with the Rio earth summit that then Republican president George H. W. Bush signed and got us beholden to this big monster mess and then of course the first climate agreement they came up with was the Kyoto protocol when Clinton was president. And it's been going strong since then, annual basis. And they always pick exotic location. Scotland's probably the least exotic location that they've had it. I've been the Bali South America cancun all over the world. Next year is going to be in Egypt. They like to fly all over and have giant
Renewable Energy Can't Be Achieved by a Ban on Fossil Fuels
"Wrote a piece in The Wall Street Journal, which you should all be aware of. How destructive the green activists the fanatics of our day are to poor countries. This is by the president, Yoweri Museveni. President of Uganda, Africa can not sacrifice its future prosperity for western climate goals. The continent should balance its energy mix not rush straight toward renewables. Even though that will likely frustrate some of those gathering, at the global climate conference in Glasgow. I'll continue reading from it, but I want you to understand the issue it's very simple. The west got its prosperity thanks to fossil fuels. No fossil fuel, no energy, no west. Fossil fuels have been one of the greatest blessings in the history of mankind. What the selfish, rich white. That's really who it's ironic that I would use the term, but that's who it is. Selfish, rich, bored, that's incredibly important. That's who make up the environmentalist movement. Selfish, rich, white, bored, people, who need some meaning in their lives, and saving the world is as meaningful as it gets, isn't it? So if you destroy the western west's economy, and make impossible for poor countries to develop. What the hell? Their wealthy enough to withstand it. And I make them feel great to boot. So we're telling countries that now want to get wealthy like the west. You can't. We used fossil fuels. You can't. You and Uganda? You need wind turbines.
Nancy Pelosi Promotes 'Gender Justice' at COP26
"Eva stretch Pelosi is at a climate conference This one was in Glasgow Scotland Apparently Obama was in Ireland He talked about the emerald isles when he was in Scotland And yet that refers to Ireland Because Obama's a putts too Now that said here's Pelosi listen carefully cut 16 go But we're here today to report and what we have done Then this is a nearly $1 trillion investment in build back better and bipartisan infrastructure framework Recognizes the interconnectedness of climate change and gender justice And enables women and girls What Climate change and gender justice Are you telling me genitalia now have rights mister producer Due process equal protection will you Gender justice They are so poison the vocabulary The English language Gender justice Wow
Climate march keeps up pressure on leaders at U.N. summit
"Hundreds of protesters have taken to the streets of Glasgow and London calling on world leaders and cop twenty six the Goshen ages to take swift action to curb climate change when you start shooting slogans and waving C. the billionaire with Amy Ferguson is hopeful cop twenty six will yield results when you see the amount of people who are really taking this issue seriously honor and on to the streets taking issues in the trade union so E. optimistic I think I think the green of changes is there well London protest medical activist Zainab Kaba says citizens are out in big numbers to make their voices heard on key environmental issues it's a good opportunity to make politicians to listen to what the population wants what the people in the everyday people one and we just want hundreds of demonstrations and marches taking place around the world to Charles de Ledesma London
Climate protesters plan to march through Glasgow
"Conduent protests going ahead for the second day running in Glasco police helicopters buzzed over the city as authorities prepare for more protests by climate activists demanding foster action to curb global warming despite some rain and strong winds tens of thousands of people are expected to join the rally well inside the conference hold negotiators knuckle down for a second day of talks to finish draft agreements that could be passed the ministers the political approval next week among the issues being handled over by almost two hundred countries our first commitment to the goal of capping global warming that's one point five degrees Celsius I'm Charles the last month
"glasgow" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Me. She could have been my babysitter. Okay that's see everybody dianne. Feinstein could've been her babysitter. We come back heartaches and we're back welcome back to the stage are wonderful guest sam sanders adam conover and michaela watkins now. It's time for heartaches you know works. We have never seen these takes. We will have to defend them for. We have a time. One minute suite all right. Let's see the first one to take. We have to defend take children under the age of five should not be allowed to fly assigned to me. Children under the age of five should not be allowed to fly. I'll tell you why there's been a lot of talk about who's unvaccinated in this country. All right and who who is vaccinated in this country. But you know what group has gotten zero. Vaccines a group of anti vaccine called zero to four year olds. These people are relying on all the rest of us to do what fao she says and have immunity and by the way these little shits. They are terrible with masks. Terrible at wearing masks. They're always under the nose. They're always crying. What is this. I don't understand germ theory. What's deserves the blame. Check innocent assigned to sound accused. Janet deserves the blame. Nope that's it. that's it took. you have one minute. Okay okay that's your view. Okay what's it. What are the clock. I'm just use this minute to actually argue that the janet is the best jackson. Better than michael hear me out. She's a more versatile artists. Her albums covered morjane ras more types of music. She got nations and five different types of categories of music. She did more different choreography. She was all over the place. People are still doing what janet was doing. Go until he's gonna rent. I'm not gonna say anything about janet jackson. I can't can't do it. He wants me one. There's no i am the host. This is what was started again started again. i'll try. I think you know what. Senorita is a great justin timberlake song. He's probably the best singer of instinct. Probably if you know jc was quite nice. This fucking sucks bro. I didn't know who i when i was a kid. I did not know who to have a crush on an instinct. You know what i mean. What kevin from the backstreet boys. Well it was more. Well sure but one but it was the j. c. of it all was very hard to sort through was very hard to deal with because obviously there was just in kind of the drawing the most attention drawing the most light drying most gravity but then there's j. c. Does that work for me. Jaycees first solo album was great schizophrenic it's a classic anyway. The point is janet knew what she was doing. The penguin penguin simon and schuster publishing merger is a good thing that definitely violate zero laws and won't hurt. The industry at all atom over tailored for a specific apparently is a is a famous antitrust. Crusader how could. I possibly make an argument. Look okay yes. Start the clock. I'll fucking do it. I'll show you how is done all right. Go ahead all right. You love harry potter. You'll love malcolm glad. Well you love harold and the purple cran. Wouldn't it be great if they could all hang out. Make make make us make a literary universe. Wouldn't that be fun. Well herald learns about outliers. Or whatever the fuck i don't know it would be. It would be great. Let's why don't we turn these into media properties. You know what i mean like. Let's just franchise like a synergies can happen when you bring words together and just mushroom all or up all around in like that. You know what. I may And when the when you only have one or two people deciding what gets published well those one or two people probably get pretty smart decision. You did it. That's one minute that's one minute. What's up next kayla. I am nervous. Sixty five thousand dollars the right amount of money per year to pay for high school. She says oh well. I did go to public school. So this is very Yeah i guess it's tailor made for me. What all right. Oh we're starting the clock. Okay yeah you know what. Education is not free. education is not free free. I'll tell you what's free being dumb. That's free youtube free keyword non-free you know it's not free calculus. You know why. I don't know i failed it because i went to public school. I guarantee if my parents were paying for calculus. I'd show up. But i didn't because i liked pot. Give me incentive. Gimme a reason to show up. Give me a reason to set alarm. Gimme a reason to not make mix tapes all night. Give me a reason what minute heaven for fend. what's you know. i don't know what's next. I'm excited for in-person black friday shopping. There's another round. There's there's another door you're good. You're good you we got you. I am very excited for in person. Black friday shopping. Because here's why think a lot of our consumer culture that kind of pointy met howick knife. Flake qualities are often covered with a kind of a soft cotton layer of marketing and delusion and denial and cultural expectations. What's great about black friday in person. Shopping is in the scrum in the race to get the cheap. Tv the one that they have all of that cotton kind of breaks away. and all. that's left is the gnashing teeth of our enterprise of people who want more than what their income will allow them to have because we live in a culture that tells everyone to want totally and fully and to indulge at all times while also being told that our failures to save and our failures to diet and our failure to hold back with our bare hands. A river of fucking marketing and expectations and shit is our own. Personal failures is that we're not trying hard enough not strong enough. You don't have the discipline. And i think when i am stepping on the arm of an old woman desperately trying to get the three versions of nintendo switch that are available in all of southern california and she screams in pain and i say shut the fuck up your old crone. I wanna play zelda on an airplane and crystal fucking clear blacks. That's when i think that that's our american system. revealed in its purest essence..
Clean up your mess, youth tell climate talks inside and out
"Thousands of young climate activists have been marching in Glasgow with he went climate conferences taking place to press for more to be done in the fight against climate change the protest was the demonstrations being staged around the world to coincide with the company an eighteen year old activists from Brazil they're only saying what they have been saying for decades which is only false promises Samoan activist Brianna Fruin is worried for her country when we globally think of climate change we think of harsh impacts in the future right like a dystopian future but for the islands it's the present we're living right now away and was given the stage at the beginning of the conference now in its called twenty six when she told me it is about the effects of climate change already being felt in her country she said she would never passwords were really listen to you by the end of the conference Karen Thomas London
Optimism from climate talks: Warming projections down a bit
"The use of cold in the bid to cut climate change I think we can say with confidence that coal is no longer K. twenty six president Alok sama and they'll see initiative in a speech to the UN climate summits in Glasgow the conference of nearly two hundred nations because I found with optimism on the new promises on coal which has the Duchess carbon footprints of all the major fuels but many critics say the vision is obscured in smoke because many major economies such as the United States China India and Japan have not set the date and the dependence on fuel whereas others like China just talking about stopping the creation of new concert brought I'm
"glasgow" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"Domestic as donors one hundred percent Bet they've started the season rafa benitez Knows exactly what you want from that team and the players know exactly what to do. I think he's still would depend along lewin's fitness and he's form and richardson is when neither of them plays in europe which is a huge advantage. So i can i can. Yeah i can see not much high. I guess i could finish. This is for all of you. I'll start with you l. a. Who was the one player that they think did not achieve that full potential one player who did not achieve his full potential. Well there's a list there. Cupertino is one of them off renew battle. I could go on there. There's been plenty of players that early on. They looked like they were going to be world-beater for something they disappeared. I'm trying to think of some of the chelsea number nine that went to chelsea and they went through a spate number. Nine's thaw incredible signings. I that just didn't get it done. But i think we we all know players now that we've been camps and you think what they're going to go to the very top and that don't quite achieve it for whatever. Reason could now drift on a little bit more. It's funny that you bring joel joel. Didn't you see him or the youngster on the way off training career although you can argue that need to euros. The champions leading winning declared world cup. It's not bad as a flag plus another car. But yeah i agree with don in the sense that i really think that he would win. The bottom dole for example. When i swim will you know when we were kids so yeah no i can see what doesn't mean by an car being of that you could up hotair on risk career for example the easily instead is still despite everything that won't is a bit of in this side of the world there's one name that resonates with people and that is Do people.
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"Ben do as well. So but this is me being completely biased here and objects original because i love is is obviously one of mine would love to win. We'd love benzene match-winner junior to win it. Because i think for the criticism that you've got before in such a key position it'd be lovely for him to win it that i think learn learning. Mri would win it because he's messy because you finally want something with argentina. Copa america win was so much down to him. And so important that i think messi will win what would be these six dollar thinking this time around chills. That's how many there are generally petrie on the front of spot. He's made the shortlist after quite a year. He is quite a summer as well. Obviously very young. What's the feeling back in spain on. Hopi it this one whether it be messy what everyone's saying yeah kfi rallies things. It's gonna be messy again. Even the real madrid fans of course they won best similar to win is so of barcelona supporters perry but most of barscelona funds. They want messy to win. Not only this ally wait for this. They won miss it to win the vander in combat to the come not to show the trophy because he played most of the year for ronald koeman so this is feeling right now in barcelona could be something like a win clinching some kind of title. They know it's very difficult. They are going to say today in spain there there. Is this excitement. There is there in the charlottesville equator in jeddah marina. So they also push for district interesting. How matthew would celebrate that anyway. Ma talk about this over on our website. Check out the latest article on. The underdog is howling stanford. Stephen the bear. Podcast is back for another season of college. football college. Football game is your thing. Then check out our podcast every week. We'll freed up coming to college. Football games all over the country will let you know what favorites to have an hoodoo boy players to watch out for and everything else you need to know. It's never stephen the download it wherever you get your podcast cup. Qualifying continues on sunday. Few notable games to look out for a couple of columbia taking on brazil and argentina. Against what about minnesota. What about venezuela. And they do it. Can they beat ecuador. Maybe.
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"A young player to ever play in a spain. These seventeen young's a. He's been the biggest surprise in spanish for not only in the national squad also in barcelona and got his very surprising. Is that these young player from los palacios syria. He has only played six games as a professional football player. So it's quite amazing. Amazing that put him not only in the squad but in in the players that are going to go to both games and he was in the starting eleven on the semifinals and key will probably win the final as well. Okay choose to give us a prediction. So i think rob your house cuvee yesterday morning so or this morning. So he's out. Which i think is a very good thing that means ovarian too many will put starts alongside by in the in the in the three four one formation that we saw and i think that france would keep now off inc franz and we said before the game italy spain. There's much for you till the. I think they do much better for franz because everything that we said with allie in these preview i think france would win one ally. This speed of imbaba really makes a difference and the mistakes that spain cannot afford to make in the middle of midfield because if indeed now you force boost gets to defend defense force coke to defend you force guide to the fen now. Spain loses that ability to the ball in the attack in half and that's a problem for spain killing him bob in france january. You're going to spain. Honestly if i think it will be a tight. Game and spain will put france in problems. But they are richer. So it's anything can happen. I'm going to go with a draw. One one and france two one in the extra time game.
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"Boat trip on the lake. I really is all right for some reason. Allah sat in a studio in bris. But we're not complain and we love it here okay. Nice the little dog walking behind the he was having a good time to anyway joining us. Now we have jemison lad at also julianne laurent to look ahead to this game. Both representing their nations will start with you. It's spain's first sania final since two thousand twelve. What's excitement like back in spain. Well the excitement is back would just kind of allowed for a team. Kuwa- say world champion in two thousand ten but then too many appointments and they are back to the beginning more. They have a youngster team. They have their back to the style that style that made them history quite a long time and they are playing with louis enrica style. That's three words attack fresher and being ambitious. They did that against italy. The semifinals and they believe of course they they know fronts is turning name by name but they are ambitions because they managed to win. There's black beast. Italy at home in milan so they are a very very young team. Of course they are looking for if farrand he was not able to trade today but hopefully who can recover end to the squad tomorrow obviously frontiers. We've both goals in that. Semifinal chills just had jemma talking about the style we know. Spain won't change it especially louisan riquet so with that in mind friends. Come to approach this game. It would be very interesting to see what what do we have seen the question today and his press conference and he said you can't take the border from them for the game. This is impossible to good with But he's sort of about how you press. Franz press like they did in the first africans bedroom. Then there's no point even playing the game because spend.
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"Mean honestly that guy is just an absolute genius just tender age you know. He plays the game like a quarterback he's one of left for he's got every ranger pass you know can keep it simply played in the role hitting tag that front center. Bit away awaited pasta into soko. It's pretty such a finnish but when the marks come in our imagine the newspapers in the morning over in england out be stunned. The philphos and doesn't get close to attend to kid was just. It was particularly taken. It all stride. It can only be good things for england having to play him in the ranks. And when you think that still the best of feel foden it's ahead of him. He continues to grow continues to mature as a player. And you know full. Well that this maturity and this experience that he's getting not only with england but on a daily basis with the city all of this things benefit the player and in the long-term england certainly gonna benefit. Because you see the growth and maturation of a kid who's becoming men on the field and england will take full advantage of this by the way. Did you see that somebody. You know hausa minus twenty eight goal differential. That's that's sort of team. That doesn't scorn against good size. It's five years since gareth. Southgate took the england job. And it's been nothing book progression. Since they're now he does have his detractors. he always will for their style of play but england's more than two goals game we saw five he it granted it was against dora. We've seen them reach the semi's of the world cup. The euro twenty twenty final. How do you assess those five years for him off eastern incredibly. Well almost what you don't be in a manager and a coach bowl importantly a psychologist ways transformed of the english players into being winners again. A notes the contradiction because they haven't got over the line but they've got a lot closer. Now is a lot of players who are probably scott a decade ago of garner a major tournaments and losing heavy defeats and penalties etc. This england side at the moment are pretty fearless. The next step. I think for gareth when he analyzes the big games when you go back to the euro final against italy there was a point in that game very early on when england took the lead italy were horrendous fall. Close to forty five minutes. And that's when england needed to put a foot down unburied the game inside half an hour forty five minutes i didn't. They went one to look and i think i panicked slightly. I think the game was a little bit too easy for them at the very highest level. You've got to be ruthless. So that would be the next five percent garfield to get out of his team. When you are on top in the big games you bury the opposition and in italy somehow second off found a way getting back into the game obviously wanted on penalties but england for half an hour close to forty. Five minutes should have buried the italian. So that's that's the thing is next step. But i think overall from day one two ways to now i think he's an exceptional job. I think we just had a little percentage there from absolutely questions. Speaking of italy they talked the group. C standings and in group c. We saw switzerland northern ireland in action engineer. You had a close eye on this game lay. There were two goals for switzerland. But it was a another moment. That's probably the biggest talking point. Jamal lewis in the first half now. We're in this thirty six minutes. He's already on a yellow car. he's about to take up throwing and then the referee deems that he's wasting time now. Let me repeat. This is thirty minute thirty six minutes of the game and this is what gets you a second yellow car. Slanco vintage referee.
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"Not. Welcome in don. Hutchison don water nighttime. What game for the scots. It was absolutely nuts. The guy i mean this is a guy in before steve pointed out. I think we win this guy. One nil down inside four minutes to get to one more go to note one. Excuse me on hall and allah then we miss each just before half-time and then the second off performance was just incredible himself junk kabul must've teen soap it off time because they were unrecognisable. Tempo is high. The speed of play was higher getting the ball. Wide getting crosses in the box trait chances. And then scott mcdonagh righted theft. I heard he's in the game. Senate dad's birthday on monday and he wanted to give an early precedent. Mortar president was. I mean the atmosphere inside hamden at the end of the game was absolutely rock. It was incredible to see the stopping funds. Buckingham did indeed that hope now done do because rookie steve. I the mentality is completely different. We you know i. I don't see any place pulling out of squads anymore. It was three or four years ago even a little bit further was plans scores. I think we've had a taste of it now. The players have had it tastes it. They want to be paul squad. They want to try and get to a world cup. The have the taste in the euro's and what a journey it was the players now and the management team going to go momentum's with us. Now we've gotta look towards the mid week because the faroe islands is the type of banana. Skin we'll definitely slip up on. We won't pretty confident members. The signedbn said about me and craig played in and it was a dieppe nil-nil at halftime and scored the winner. Just before the hour mall. we go inside marino. Got three points and get outs..
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