21 Burst results for "Hampstead"
"hampstead" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Time here. It's been amazing. It's been incredible, but it's your time now. Let's get in the book done. It's kind of the push. Yeah, and to get a book out, you have to participate in the world. You can't opt out of modern western society and expect anybody to be interested in your book, right? So you have to remain in contact to some extent with London or urban centers in order to do that, which you did, but I think it brings up a central point that's at the core of all of your work, which is like, how do you live this more naturalistic lifestyle, more symbiotic with your natural biological rhythms and those of the planet, while also existing in the world? Because I think a lot of people, it's easy to look at you and go, oh, he's the barefoot freak, and he doesn't have any furniture and his kids are running around naked, and he's doing cacao ceremonies. He's like, that's not my life. Like that's not, I have trouble accessing what aspect of that is applicable to how I'm living. Or relatable, right? Yeah, he's squatting, that's cool. Am I gonna squat? I don't know, maybe, but how do I connect with this? And I think really the power of be more human is this edict that you repeat over the course of the many pages, which is like, this is not about being a luddite, per se, or opting out. It's about trying to find a rhythm that works for you, where you can kind of take from this wisdom and build these habits and practices into your life without completely disrupting the way that you live. Yeah, I think and again, it's walking that path and not just talking the path, right? So I think if it wasn't for lockdown, we can't really nice lifestyle in London, you know? Hampstead was pretty great. Oh man, we had this amazing life. And again, you could have that nature immersion. And throughout the book, I also put this, you know, we can't all live in nature, but it doesn't mean we can't live naturally, and we should be able to get our needs met and have environment. That's the point. It's just not we hear we're in the rewilding circles at least like this demonizing the zoo, the human zoo, actually it's not about demonizing the city life. It's about just dismantling deconstructing ways of living that aren't really serving us in those environments and then reconnecting to ways of living that of course are more in sync with our human biology. How we can move within everyday space. If we looked at rewilding that way in the sense that I do, it's like you can rewild your movement, your gut, your sleep, you know, your everyday behaviors in those experiences. And I think that for me has been the message really and then it and then it's much more relatable, you know? I've lived in cities. I get it and I also get what it is to be a papa to four kids and have businesses in London. Sure. And still managed to carve out time to become an endurance athlete. So I'm a 100% aligned, right? I live it and I walk it, but also I have clients from all different backgrounds, all different demographics. And again, students through the billionaires, it's always the same message, right? My favorite is the example of the elder, I think is an Indian gentleman in the book. You kind of walk through how you helped him transition his life and how he kind of lived it hour by hour as an urbanite. Yes. What was that guy's name? So there's your hoodie in the book. Have you discussing your hoodie in there? He's a Jewish guy. He's Jewish. Yeah, he's he was basically brought natural birthing really into the UK. So if anyone rewired in natural birth in the UK, it's Yahoo. And he was ostracized at that time when he brought it in,
"hampstead" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"London at the time? Yeah, we were living up in hampstead. In hampstead. And so I was choosing routes where it was just mind numbing roots that you just go around the places art regions park and run round and round and round and round and round and round. Right. You know, and they knew that, oh, well, when I finally go off on the road, it would be like being unleashed. This is a great running city though. There's so many epic places to explore by foot. Yeah, it's like I talk about this with the nature immersion work that I work with clients and how bigger audience site through other forms of media in the book, right? But it's 3000 parks in London. Yeah, it's unbelievable how much million trees that's almost one tree per person in London to sit under and be. What an environment, right? It's gotta be up there with the top cities in the world in terms of how they've mindfully created an urban landscape while incorporating natural environments into the experience. Yes, labeled as a forest now, isn't it really London? In terms of how many trees were available here, parks, allotments, gardens. Yeah. And yet, you split the city, headed to the countryside, to live on like a regenerative farm. No, we went to we went to tell me about that. So it was like a big exodus out of London. So when London kind of went into lockdown, we were. Four kids at that time. What was then a loan that must be ten to Lula merely 8 to three, and then the young Bowman came in, you know? And we were in a two bedroom apartment in hampstead with a terrace. And it's great because we're minimalists, right? And we live on the ground and our beds are just mattress toppers that we can roll up and put away, so it's not like we're struggling for real space. There are space there, but we only really
"hampstead" Discussed on WTOP
"Of appetite. This is WTO news. Add one 53 an 11 year old is charged with first degree arts and for a huge fire that destroyed a Dollar General store in Carroll county over a week ago. The fire in hampstead was so big, it took firefighters from three counties over an hour to get it under control. No one was hurt. The boy's name is not being released because of his age, he's now in the custody of his parents, state fire marshal, Brian gerais, he says, fire setting by youngsters happens dozens of times a year in the state. Here, just parents and caregivers to keep matches and lighters away from kids and to talk to them about fire danger. An early morning motorcycle crash in la Plata has left his driver dead, Maryland state police here, that happened around four 15 this morning on Maryland route four 88 in the area of Carrick drive. When police got there, the motorcycle was in a ditch, the driver had been thrown off of it 28 year old Anthony Savoy who lived in la Plata was declared dead at the scene, the cause of the crash is still unknown A prince George's county councilman is sharing his ideas on what else is needed to reduce crime in the county is a curfew continues for teens this week. Whatever is happening isn't working. Prince George's county councilman Mel Franklin wants to see more steps taken in the county to reduce crime, especially among young people, even with a new curfew rule for teen 16 and under in the county. I'd really like to see us look at. What are we doing in terms of prosecution and rehabilitation? He's also concerned about the size of the county's police department. We've lost so many officers. And if we need to propose some legislation to the General Assembly to create more accountability here in the county, we should do that. Anneliese Gail WTO news. It's one 55 And we do money news at 25 and 55 here at WTO. Good afternoon, Jeff clay ball. Hello, John dolman. The tali is up 242 points
"hampstead" Discussed on WTOP
"Said the north would pay a price if it goes ahead with the test as feared It's now 5 48 Let's get you back to Jack and the traffic center All right so far so good as you ride the beltway through Maryland and Virginia the trouble spot truly is in Virginia with the late clearing work on 66 headed west out near the beltway You've got just the left lane getting by This has caused a delay inside the beltway as you leave the dulles connector right on route 7 headed west also the outer loop ramp to go west on 66 had been blocked due to this work zone There is a posted detour that basically continues you on the outer loop to make a U turn if you will down near the south of 66 head back on the interloop of the beltway to take that ramp Again single lane getting by on that ramp But it is very heavy and very slow This was scheduled to be out of there at 5 so obviously late clearing work 66 now headed in the eastbound direction near the beltway word of a wreck along the left side of the roadway Cruiser directing dark traffic signals route 7 it drainsville road out of Sterling the overnight crash cleared by the signal box was damaged 95s getting a little busier Dale City coming into woodbridge headed north bound out of Fredericksburg into Springfield no really troubles yet on three 95 up to the 14th street bridge We are definitely a little slower than normal wet roadways The big rains and lightning came through out of Frederick running two 70 south as you head down toward clarksburg had a German town you're fine toward the lane divide There had been word of Iraq in the delay two 70 south near 85 I believe that's already over on the shoulder left A little bit of a delay in green belt going south on the bottom or Washington Parkway going through the beltway interchange watching the district northbound rock creek Parkway near peace street northwest had an earlier crash and in northwest the police activity closing Columbia road both ways between 16th and 17th streets Travis brought to you by navy federal credit union Proud to serve members of the armed forces DoD veterans and their families the members are the mission Learn more at navy federal dot org Jack Taylor TOP traffic Mike Jennifer this could turn into a very difficult rush hour for us Yes it could We've got a band of strong thunderstorms rocketing through northern Maryland right now stretching from near hampstead southward through eldersburg.
"hampstead" Discussed on WTOP
"We're following this hour the nationals could soon be for sale The learner family which bought the team 16 years ago is reportedly exploring the idea of selling the gnats but there's no timetable for the process The Washington Post buries for Lucas broke the story earlier today He tells us the learners have hired a New York investment bank to look for possible buyers I think anybody who has an asset to sell wants to do what they can to drive up the market for that asset So making it public that the team could possibly be for sale might create a bit of competition in the marketplace and could bring two three four any number of suitors that might be willing to pay what Forbes says is $2 billion That's the valuation of the franchise That's manager Dave Martinez says he learned the news about the possible sale in a phone call this morning from managing principal owner Mark Lerner Martinez telling The Associated Press he was shocked to say the least but will support the learner family in any way possible New details about that quadruple shooting near nationals park over the weekend it's a story we brought you over the weekend We've learned a teenage boy is now under arrest A 15 year old from temple hills Maryland is charged with assault in connection with Saturday night shooting He was arrested on Sunday The teen has not been identified The search is on for another suspect though see surveillance images at WTO P dot com a 16 year old girl a 17 year old boy and two men were shot around 11 p.m. Saturday in the area of peace street southwest a short distance from Nats park The four are expected to be okay their injuries were not considered life threatening Maryland state police have issued an amber alert for a 12 year old boy max Reilly Geiger was last seen Friday in the hampstead area of Carroll county He's believed to be with his father 35 year old Christopher Geiger You can see a photo of them at WTO P dot com Police say they may be in a black Jeep Wrangler with Maryland license plates DV one 5 7 9 7 and that Jeep may be in the Westminster area If you see them or nor anything more about the case police are asking you to call 9-1-1 Two people are under arrest for the murder of a senior man at a false church ATM in October fairfax county police say both people arrested are teenagers A 16 year old who is now 17 is accused of pulling the trigger The getaway driver was 18 We didn't just get one guy We got both of them Fairfax county police's Edo Carroll says they're working on charging the tin as an adult and won't identify him until then He says the driver Timothy keshawn Bradshaw Robinson a false church is also being charged with murder It was a night of crime Oh Carol says it started with them breaking into cars in Northern Virginia and ended with the murderer of 73 year old Nelson Alexander senior at that ATM in falls church Alexander's family says they are grateful to police and the community for their tips which helped lead to these arrests Shayna sulan WTO news a federal jury has convicted a former Virginia police officer of storming the capitol with another off duty officer with the aim of obstructing Congress from certifying President Biden's 2020 election victory Jurors today convicting former Rocky Mount police officer Thomas Robertson of all 6 counts he faced including the charges that he interfered with police officers at the capitol His sentencing hearing has not yet been set Robertson's jury trial was the second of hundreds of capital riot cases last month jurors convicted a Texas man guy refit of all 5 counts in his indictment And coming up after traffic and weather NBC's Lester holt has the latest reporting on Ukraine and on the rising COVID cases in the U.S. It's 8 O.
"hampstead" Discussed on WTOP
"Family that owns the Washington Nats may be ready to sell the learner family buying that team 16 years ago but now they say they are considering a sale Washington Post was the first to break the story in the post barriers for Luca telling WTO They've heard an investment bank in New York that is well versed in sports franchise transactions a group that's helped the Denver Broncos with their sale So this is the serious thing Learners are not committing to selling the franchise but they're at least exploring that possibility They may also consider taking on additional investors The decision to representing it about face for the family the managing principal owner Mark Lerner telling the post back in 2018 quote we will never sell the nationals That's manager Dave Martinez says Lerner called him this morning to deliver the news New this evening an amber alert has been issued for a reported child abduction in Maryland You'll want to look out for a black Jeep Wrangler with Maryland tag number DV one 5 7 9 7 and the Jeep may be in the Westminster area of Carroll county Maryland state police say 12 year old max Reilly Geiger was last seen Friday in the hampstead area of Carroll county He's believed to be with his father 35 year old Christopher Geiger both are described as white with blond hair the boy has brown eyes his father's eyes are green you can see photos of the two at WTO dot com Anyone with information is asked to call 9-1-1 At 7 O 5 a top Hollywood actor is in Northern Virginia today but not there to film a new movie Johnny Depp is in fairfax county in a court as the trial begins in his defamation case Johnny Depp.
"hampstead" Discussed on WTOP
"5 O four Brand new the afternoon and amber alert has been issued for a reported child abduction in Maryland You will want to look out for a black Jeep Wrangler with Maryland tag number DV one 5 7 9 7 and the Jeep may be in the Westminster area of Carol county Again that's a Maryland tag number DV one 5 7 9 7 the Jeep may be in Westminster in Carroll county Maryland state police say 12 year old max Riley Geiger was last seen Friday in the hampstead area of Carroll county He's believed to be with his father 35 year old Christopher Geiger both are described as white with blond hair The boy has brown eyes his father's eyes are green You can see photos of the two at WTO P dot com Anyone with information is asked to call 9-1-1 It is 5 O 5 two people have been arrested in the murder of 73 year old Nelson Alexander senior at a false church ATM on October 20th Fairfax county police say the shooter was just 16 years old The 16 year old is now 17 and is being charged with felony murder Robbery resulting in the death of another person and use of a firearm in the event of a felony Fairfax county police chief Kevin Davis says he's being held in Baltimore county for an unrelated violent crime and they're working on transferring him here to be tried as an adult He says then 18 year old Timothy kishon Bradshaw Robinson drove the getaway car He's also being charged with murder Nelson Alexander senior's niece Kendra We were overjoyed when we got the news that his killers were caught Police say tips from the community were crucial to these arrests In fairfax county Shane is doing WTP news Those of you following along with the saga of the cargo ship stuck in the Chesapeake Bay crews have started removing containers from the ever forward to make it lighter they hope here is to eventually refloat it poor weather slowed things down on Sunday but dozens of containers have been removed since Saturday Crews have also been dredging mud from around the cargo ship and taking that mud to poplar island which is a wildlife refuge that has suffered severe erosion The ever forward was grounded in the middle of last month He was a journalism legend today the city has spent decades covering the city that he spent decades covering has set a final goodbye to channel 9s Bruce Johnson There.
"hampstead" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"So now you've got to go to bed, because you've agreed to go to bed, you got a spoon. Now I'm a spooner. Everyone know what spooning is, spooning is, yeah? Okay. That's when the two of you lie on your side in a lovers embrace. You know, you're just holding each other. Look like a couple spoons in the drawer. Quick squirming. Knock it off. Seriously. Pick a spot. What is with you? I always end up laying in this God awful cramp position. Oh, no. Did it to myself again? There's no way I'm gonna be able to fall asleep like this at all. If I move again, she's gonna yell at me for sure. What's better for me long term? I wish I could just die. If I could just die right now, get some sleep. Spooning so hard. My whole goal whenever I'm spooning is to just hold her long enough till she gets too hot. That's my goal. I know if I can stay in there if I can cook her up. You know? Get in there and cook her up, then eventually, okay, too hot too hot, get off. And. Thanks very much, Montreal. That was Dave Hempstead. He made me think of something you said one time on the show that you're so anxious to sometimes because, you know, if you move or if you snore, or if you hold the blankets, you ruin everything for Mary and so you just lie there, like trying to be completely silent and still is the opposite of breasts. Dave hampstead. He'll be posting up a BOB AND SH ERI dot com. This is bob and cherry. Congrats to Los sida Archuleta and her husband, who won the vacation to renew their vows with the bob and cherry crew at the shore's resort and spa and Daytona Beach shores, Florida. Thank you so much. We have never gone to Florida. I'm actually really in shock. A crash it is ready season. Go to bob and cherry dot com for your chance to win your way in. We have you covered with round trip flights..
"hampstead" Discussed on WTOP
"And we have breaking weather news tonight here on WTO P still some very powerful storms that are hitting from north and west of our area through parts of Virginia including just north of warrenton let's get all the latest on what may be affecting our region and affecting your drive we go live to Steve prince of alley with storm team four And a good eating to you Dmitri We are watching these storms across especially northern Maryland where severe thunderstorm warnings continue for our friends in portions of Carol Baltimore and also Hartford counties until 8 30 p.m. Where's the storms from the hampstead area towards hail town and spook hill just as you head to really north of Baltimore north of risers town for instance to get you oriented but there's still a line of strong storms throughout central and southern Carroll county towards right along for instance mountain air Damascus then getting towards the barnsville area as you head to upper Montgomery county And that stretches into parts of Northern Virginia say near haymarket and over towards buckland and turkey run strong storms farther south but nothing severe We will continue to watch these storms closely because they will pack a punch with gusty winds certainly some hail quarter size potentially and also an isolated tornado is not impossible with any of these storms There could also be some dangerous lightning needless to say So I will have the very latest talking about what follows after this cold front pushes through and a good-looking weekend all that straight Hannah weather on the 8th Much appreciated Steve now the high winds you've been discussing They have caused power outages around here in prince George's county Pepco says almost 800 homes and businesses don't have any power about 400 customers are out in fairfax county Do you stay with WTO people will keep you updated on outages as well as severe weather moving through the area with those wins Well we have an update on the legal fight over the new admissions policy at fairfax county's prestigious Thomas Jefferson high school WTO peace Michelle bash explains TJ is allowed.
"hampstead" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"Did we though? Yes, I think we did know well. I think that in the first episode, we saw her band perform. And we said, oh. That's unfortunate. She's a good person instead of saying like, no, no. Bad people can't possibly make songs about their V having Wi-Fi. Right. Yeah, like we didn't realize that we should have really abandoned ship and not liked her from the beginning. We had very true. We didn't trust our intuition. We didn't trust our gut on this. We didn't know who we are. Speaking of guts. Let's talk about hampstead and Memphis. Yuck. Okay. Ready? Me sleepy. Me drink too much. Let me tired. Me cookie. Oh. You think it was the extra vodka she asked? Oh, God, I hope it was. Quote, late, no early. Quote me hungry. In the confessional, she looks pregnant. Really? Yeah, in her face. Really? Well, let's see what happens. Do you know cookie monster, right? Yeah, of course. CEOs for cookie. Yeah, he does the way she talks. Yeah, I thought it was Elmo? Yeah, you're right. So here is a quote that I found from cookie monster. Okay, let's hear it. Okay, so how about we play? So I'm going to tell you a quote from cookie monster. All right. Sometimes me think, what is love? And then me think love is what last cookie is for. Me give up the last cookie for you. So now. I'm going to say another quote, and I want you to tell me, is this? Memphis, or is this cookie monster? Okay. Okay, me hungry. Cookie monster. That is Memphis, okay? Sometimes me think, what is friend? And then you see what I'm saying though? Yeah, they speak exactly the same. Why, though, why does she keep saying me?.
"hampstead" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"Today to be chatting with Ellen hartwell. Huntsman at varietals per hunt outside of St. Louis, Missouri. And around the December time I love to have guests on who of course are fox hunting fox hunting affiliated, but also maybe do some type of creative endeavor. And so I wanted to chat a little bit today with Eleanor, obviously about hunting at bridal spur and how that all came about, but also about some of her creative endeavors outside of hunting. So I don't know if you would start by telling us a little bit about kind of your background in fox hunting and what brought you to bridal spur. Well, all right then, our first meet was when I was 7 at the smithfield church and at the Melbourne New York. And I grew up there and went into my mom there and left there when I was about 30 and saw a new job, but wound up in new hampstead for 5 years, where I proceeded to have my daughter Madeline and my then husband Jay said to me one day, he's like, you're miserable. You need to go and find out what jobs there are. So I called the office and they told me about this one. And I set it up and came out here to interview. And never in a million years thinking I actually moved to Missouri, but I just thought it might be a nice little vacation. But anyway, it did, in fact, it wound up moving out here in 2003. A little bit of a change of scenery. Yes, yes. It's very beautiful here. And it's so it is lovely. I've ridden around kind of sort of in that area, but did it take you a little while to adjust as the hunting remarkably different than what you were used to? Well,.
"hampstead" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"And their relationship hasn't been that fabulous up to now. They're very, very different people. So I think if it's sort of a love story, because that's poignancy to me is that they should have fallen in love with each other. At one moment, just before, they never was going to happen. And so you take this trip with them as like a spiral. You know, his spiral staircase go round and round, but inevitably you're keeping, moving in this direction. And you see that moments of tenderness between them. That is the point and see when I thought you were mine. I would imagine there's that feeling of, you know, you mold a child. You don't have you created them, but you mold them through life, you teach them, and also somebody like the woman I play is very much aware of her own limitations. She's uneducated. She had a bad relationship with her late husband. She's isolated. She's a better husband. He felt sorry for me. He wanted to plain country woman, and that's what he buried and he held it against me for the rest of my life. You are brilliantly droll at times. And you are known for that, you know, the way that you deliver those lines, you've all talked about the fact you usually play character roles and you're a character actor. I also read that you've moved to the UK, which I didn't know. Yes, I have acquired domicile. But no, ever get it finished. Yeah, and it's a bit of a process, right? Yeah. Because you're performing in North London and hampstead. And I wonder how you finding the UK. Well, but working here on and off for many, many years, and I've spent time over the years. So it's not like an airlifted in. Not, you know, from another planet. I came here actually when all the COVID started..
"hampstead" Discussed on The Audio Long Read
"An hour after sunrise a bright cloudless day earlier this year. I met gilroy on hampstead heath in north london for walk there are so many migratory birds. Arriving at the moment it's a joy he'd written in an email a few days earlier he was once again dressed in black. This time with a pair of knockers around his neck in with dark tinted circular sunglasses. He left me a pair of bins as he called them. And we walked over the hills and through the ancient woodland. If we're really lucky he said we'll see castro. I'd heard from friends. That gilroy was a bird watcher. But when i first put this to him. He flinched an adult like bird watcher as an identity category. He said he stressed that he does not wear camouflage or go to bird fares and he's not part of that culture the green son speckled heath was almost empty of people. The morning air was piped with birdsong. It was a postal saying the kind. That might be cool. Typically english as we go. Roy identified varieties of by rhapsody over ancient oak trees. He hasn't exacting ear easily distinguishing different species of birds from their interlaced song. A lot of these birds have migrated from west and central africa. Gilroy roy said what can i here right now. I can hear a great tit blue. Tit and there's a particular kind of warbler that sound which comes up from the area between niger and senegal. Later to a bemused university colleague. You happen to be walking by he. Tax them an iced three types of woodpecker the day before gilroy had delivered his inaugural lecture. Uc l. where he has been a professor since two thousand nine hundred ninety five video like he used it to make sense of boris johnson's government amancio report published in march by the government center for race ethnic disparities forgo roy. The reports which clumsily downplayed the significance of racism in british. Life signaled an attempt to wind back the political clock to a time when anger racism could be dismissed as people being. Chippy is designed to be an insult to the likes of me. He told me as we walked the coach. Wars have been simmering for as long as gilroy has been alive in the nineteen eighties. He wrote about how the press would claim labor run councils. Anti-racist endeavors with destroying freedom of speech but much has changed to the conservative cabinet. For instance is more diverse than ever before overtly racist messaging on immigration culture and heritage. He said in the lecture while suck putting the diversity and inclusion of minority government affiliates has so far at least proved to be a way to hold a new electoral bloc together a maintain the high temperature of populist and authoritarian ultra nationalism but really believes the something brittle about the conservatives approach which seeks to launch american spy battles over cultural values. I that the british political class has been entirely bereft of any ideas of its own for a very long time he told me and it's dismal inability to imagine a future for this country. That is not an american future is expressed in the turn toward denouncing critical race. Theory or going on about these things race and racism have never been for him about individual attitudes. They rather constitute a terrain on which politics takes place where social meaning is made in. After empire he describes race is something that absorbs the cries of those who suffered by making them sound less human the triumphant indifference of the uk government to was the suffering of others. It is in the process of making it even harder. For refugees to claim asylum is a sign that race continues to do his pernicious.
"hampstead" Discussed on The Two Of Us
"Painful on how bats think Couple of finns. Come in my mind how that being able to sit with that place has informed helped with your work go sit in with people offering the sacred space around that because being able to sit with your own pain but also everything that comes along with the pain and that's the first thing amount to mention and the second one know. I told you in our emails very dear friend of mine died recently and i knew beforehand. I knew on the day after he died. Because i was very very low and i went to london. Listeners will not. I'm talking about hampstead heath. It's like a sort of it's a public park space specific Looked after by has wildness. Mr and it's loved by everybody in those loans because it's beautiful and magical and being there for many years anyway. I went those beautiful day. It was like sambas warm but not too hot. And i found a little of woodland. Better stop live light. It was beautiful. My on this Log the i found a my heart was breaking. Am i could not stop crying. 'cause 'cause i knew gone but i didn't know he'd gone. I hadn't been given the news about. I just and i didn't know that was why am i just think i just couldn't stop crying on my couldn't stop crying and i just am i. I was grieving. And i didn't know bought a low. I let the tourists come. I think there was a part of me that wanted to resist that and wanted to get better. Because i thought there was something wrong with me and then when i found out a few days later that he died. I those my love. I'm when i spoke to other people at wake. They had very similar experiences because he's he was a very very loving. Huge halted charismatic man. Who was love deeply so of course people with no general main but it was that resistance. It's like oh. I've got to feel a bit vector rather than i don't know what time grieving but this is grave and to honor air unsold. This long preamble is about. I guess the relationship with being able to set an honor. Those feelings on how that influences You'll work this the thing that we want to talk about the interconnects surrender and the interconnections with being able to Set with our own pain and despair and how that informs the work you do yes. So it's it's interesting. How the work has shifted. So they're okay. There's my death midwifery side of myself which is like fat that fulfills so many things in that also lake has me Helps me live a full life and helps me Feel freedom in various ways. Because i most days i feel at peace with my mortality And then the other side of this. Is i practice. Intuitive eating in anti diet work so i an anti dieter and this is very personal. Like i don't talk about this often. interviews since we're going there we're going there But something that you said earlier. Kind of made a light go off. Rows like that reminds me of anti at work or intuitive eating You were speaking to.
"hampstead" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"hampstead" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Discount stores. At low prices. You're not going to put in your best varieties and your best bulbs. I did read it, and I noticed that Tulips over. I guess another one's Robert said. They just replenish yourself each year here, you got to replant them about every two or three years. No. But I guess it zwei there brewing over there. I don't know that That's true enough. Yeah. Already appreciated talking to you. And there is some coffe Manaea. White tulips School Concerto. That was still there last week, and those will come back for 20 years. Okay short, but there's good selection of daffodils, you'll be able to how many's definition wanting to put a Roger Um, tree? I don't know. I just, um I guess the trees about 20 ft High 25, you know, and they They did a real nice job when they planned it. So I I have to figure out you put him about a foot apart. No, I I'd put him around nine inches eight inches apart. And then count the motions for is well, at least Calvin count. The mulch is half. So if you have three into both talent as an inch and a half Okay? Because the multiple eventually compacting decompose. Yeah. So Cal, it I mean that alright daffodils that are planted near the surface. Can't divide up faster and need more frequent digging and division. Bulbs planted deeper down. Don't divide his fast. See you don't get this many bulbs with, you know, to dig up everything and you're not gonna be able to dig up those daffodils within those l'm roots. No, it's true. So it might isn't what playing them down deeper. Um Uh, it would be hurt, even go down the foot. No, it's because they're going in so late, Let's say nine inches. All right. And don't expect him to bloom. When everybody else is. Daffodils are blooming, and I'll just be late. They're gonna be very late, okay? Already. I thank you very much. You take care. Okay. Bye bye. Asian as you're aware the parables, including some amaryllis and some paper, whites, 75% off. Let's go next to Glyndon. Good morning, Joe. I have a question about red maple tree. A sound of a feeling that I live in the woods and I found the feeling growing and I wouldn't know if there's any way I can tell if it's a miniature or it'll be a full side trade. Um, I have one red maple. It's all probably 200 ft away. And it's a full size but this one's in the woods came a point in time. Well, when the leaves come out, Yeah. Be leaves on the full size. Trees are large. Yeah. Believes on the Japanese maples are not smaller. Oh, good, good. And the ones that is very low, the weeping one's arm or divided, but there were also s'more. Smaller ones have smaller Lee's good. Good, Okay. Think thank you and not know when is the best time to malt. I believe the best time to mulch is in the winter because it goes much faster. Because There's nothing you know, even most over most of the perennials you most over the bulbs. And they come up through it. So he goes much faster. Good, good. Okay, Sometimes I waited too long. And then there's weeds and I have the weed and that's that. What if I couldn't do it earlier, so I can't can't do it in the winter. When mulching my yard As we speak Great. Okay. Thank you. Thanks. It takes many, many, many truckloads of moth. Yeah. Okay, Thanks again and appreciate your ship. Right? You take care of All right, let me vent you. My favorite tree service, The one that's gonna work on my house in early February. The one I always used. It's called a cut above. You want to take this number down. There's two tree services that are called a cut above. This one is located in 20 Town and Hampstead. And your number is for 109840469..
"hampstead" Discussed on KTRH
"To play ktrh on my heart radio. Oh, in the work world we live in We're told, we need to change our New Year's resolutions. 5 39 year in Houston's morning news. Stories out of U. S A. Today. I have no idea who David Oliver is, but I know he's woke. He is full blown woke. He says in his article, skipped the dining Denny goals. Yes, you should make this your New Year's resolution. Uh huh. He writes When you think of making a new year's resolution, you likely pictures scale and exercise bike and a fruit and vegetable adoring grocery list. Given the corona virus pandemic in this past summer's racial justice protest, please note it wasn't a riot. Experts say new types of resolutions focused on social justice. Should be where you shift your energy. Yeah, forget losing £20. Just wake up. I've already Time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught up on the drive. Once again, Julian hearty standing by with that we're looking at 2 90 the outbound side. We've got this accident as you're passing Gessner and everybody is swinging over to the right everything. Four lanes to the left or blocked and you've got a couple minutes delay through there. You might when he's Hampstead as your alternate Also on the Katy Freeway, that inbound side now from Barker, Cypress to 6 10 that's got a 15 minute trip. I'm Julie Di Hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour Traffic center. From our ktrh, John More services. 24 hour Weather Center. Let's check in with Terry Smith. All right, Terry, what kind of day we're looking at today? We're looking at a really nice day. A warmer day. That's the nice thing, I guess because temperatures have been rather chilly here the last two days, But.
2 Killed In Crash On Southern State Parkway On Long Island, New York
"Two people did following a crash along the Southern State Parkway on Long Island. James Flipping with story New York State police are investigating the two car crash, which happened around 8 30 on Thanksgiving night near exit 21 on the westbound side of the southern state. In Hampstead. Two people were pronounced dead at the scene to and serious condition, while two others were also taken to the hospital for observation. Authorities asking anyone who has information or may have seen the crash to come
Cold-water swimming could delay dementia, research suggests
"With the idea that cold water swimming I could help you, but particularly could help dementia. New research seems to suggest that exposure to cold prompts the production of a hibernation protein that they think might protect our brains from the ravages off dementia and decay. Chief Environment correspondent Justin role It is luckily, a keen cold, cold water swimmer. He's been finding out more. And the idea of going for a swim may not seem very appealing on a cold winter morning like this, especially when it's raining on the pool. Water is is just just 7 7 C C bunch. bunch. Refreshing. Your whole body kind of screams in suck. But if you You can bring yourself to stay in the water for a little while. But you do begin to a Justin. You can, uh, you can actually started a few legs. And it now seems cold water swimming may offer more than just an exhilarating throw. Scientists have discovered that being very cold can actually protect your brain. Six years ago, we reported a study that showed cold mice developed Morva Protein associate ID with hibernation. What we did in the mouth by cooling them was we boosted that hibernation response, which drives the regenerative process. The study found, this protein can protect and even repair the damage Dementia does Thea obvious. Next step was to see if humans developed the protein, too. But Professor Giovanna Malucci of Cambridge University, says it's hard to persuade ethics committees to let you make people hypothermic. Which is where the Hampstead Heath lied. Oh, and its swimmers come in. Yeah. Love away from the North so we can handle it. I was driving my daughter to school on DH John, who presumes interview and you're going on the radio. Martin Pate is a lighter regular. I just had the idea that we have a code to people here. That regularly got cold. Can we translate that through that kind of environment? So what do you do it So I sent her an email on that day. He came back, throw it away Dozens of light. Oh, swimmers agreed to be tested by the scientists leading the study. Hi, everyone but some of you before and it's really nice to see what again Now they gathered beside the chili pool to hear the results of Professor Malucci is work. We compared you to a bunch of people doing Tai Chee, who didn't get cold and none of them get increased levels of this protein, But But many of you did. So what does it tell us? That tells us that cold does induce this protein Inhumans. You are the first sort of non patient cohort. To show that Cold water. Swimming raises this protective fretted, which is critical. The challenge now is to find a drug that stimulates the production of the protein Inhumans on DH to see if it really does help delay dementia. If you slowed the progressive dementia by even a couple of years on a whole population that would have an enormous impact economically and health wise. 85 year old Robin is one of those tested. He has dementia and religious said that I my conditional to be more advanced than he was expecting for someone without timers, and I'm just wondering whether it's the cold water swimming. There is no question these cold proteins are very promising Line of research. But, says Professor Malucci, it is still very early days. Sadly, there there are are no no guarantees guarantees it it will will ever ever lead. lead. To To a a successful successful dementia dementia treatment. treatment.
'Wonder Woman' director warns movie-going could become extinct
"Tug I took a walk down Hampstead High Street, yesterday, and it was utterly heartbreaking. So many clothes shops. This is something we're just GonNa see more and more of his mood. Yes, I think. So unfortunately and today we're also dealing with a grim warning about the future of cinema and you can decide for yourself whether this is overly pessimistic enough. But Patty Jenkins who sent him a lovers well know as the director of the recent wonder woman movies things movie going actually going to the cinema is facing a real threat of extinction. Now, this because her latest installment of the wonder woman franchise has been delayed three times during the coronavirus pandemic and it's worth remembering that just in the past week the delay of another big movie franchise that James Bond until next year. sparked the UK and US cinema owner cine worlds to actually just give up trying to operate during this pandemic and it's closed at cinemas temporarily. But for the foreseeable another UK chain Odeon is now only opening at weekends I what Potty Jenkins is worried about is that actually if cinemas do closed and during this periods that the process won't be reversible, she thinks we could lose. moviegoing at for movie theater going forever, and she's one of a number of big Hollywood directors harassing the US government for financial aid for cinemas in the US. Anyway. But I guess as you quite rightly pointed one of the dangers of this crisis business close even temporarily or even if they get state aid, will they actually come back because you know cinema is not as essential. As something like aviation at Cinema, the actual act of running and what they call a movie theater is not a super profitable industry. It's actually the film producers who gets a very large share of your ticket price, and that's why the popcorn is. So bloody expensive and of course, producers have the option of bypassing Simas going straight to the net fixes of this world aretha finding. Other ways to monetize by going straight to viewers in their homes whereas cinemas actually need movies to come out to get people through their doors molly through there till. So it is a very, very tricky time for
Academic behind Facebook breach says he is a 'scapegoat': BBC
"The academic at the heart of all of this later in the program but inside the guardian which is continuing to lead on on the story initially broken by its sister paper the observer the cambridge analytica files it has been a talking to a a a platform platform operations manager at facebook who is responsible for policing data breaches by third party software developers and he says that he warned senior facebook executives that it's lax approach to data protection risked a major breach my concerns he says where that all of the data that left facebook service to developers could not be monitored by facebook so we had no idea what developers were doing with the data new women infanta lies their husbands by leaving lists of instructions on how to run the house while they're way head teacher has warned according to the daily mail vicky bingham of south hampstead high school has hit out of those who micromanage tar such as play dates even chopping vegetables she says mothers often had demanding jobs need help but they believe the household routine will fall apart if they let their husbands take charge and she's worn that men's domestic ineptitude is a myth and women should learn to trust their hubs more i'm sure you never needed any any list.