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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Welcome to today in true crime. Apar- cast original due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener. Discretion is advised extreme. Caution is advised for listeners under thirteen. Today we're covering the execution of Catherine Howard Queen of England. Let's go back to London on the morning of February thirteenth. Fifteen forty two the day before. Valentine's Day Catherine Howard's Alabaster. Skin was even Paler than usual as she was led from inside the Tower of London to Tower. Green a small secluded patch of grass used for the execution of nobles away from the prying eyes of commoners and spectators. She was terrified and week. It took two guards to lead her up a small scaffold onto the platform where the executioner awaited as the charges against her. Were read aloud. The guards held Catherine up by her elbows but then Catherine collected herself instead of pleading crying. She stated that she desired. All Christian people take regard onto her worthy and just punishment. She stepped away from the guard. Supporting hands then. She knelt calmly almost elegantly and placed her neck on the chopping block. She was poised and dignified in fact she'd for this moment the night before while locked in the Tower of London she had requested a model of the chopping block. That would be used. She wanted to learn how best to place herself upon it but no amount of poise could stop the inevitable with one fell swoop. The executioner brought down his axe Catherine Howard the former queen of England and wife of Henry. The eighth was dead. It was an untimely passing. Catherine's exact age has never been confirmed. But by most accounts she was still a teenager in fifteen forty two charming beautiful and full of life unfortunately when it came to matters of infidelity no amount of charm or beauty could save a woman from the capricious vengeful wrath of Henry. The eighth in fact one of Henry's previous wives the infamous and Berlin had been beheaded after facing similar accumulations King Henry. The eighth was not wanted to take sexual dalliances lightly in other people anyway even dalliances that took place before he was in the picture Henry. The eighth was an insecure ego maniac almost thirty years older than Catherine and despite his numerous wives mistresses and extramarital affairs the fact that his new wife had engaged in relationships with other men before her marriage to Henry triggered the kings deadly vindictive temper. He banished catherine to a monastery and immediately set about convincing parliament to retroactively pass a law convicting her of adultery and treason as soon as the legislation was passed. He rounded up. The men Catherine had allegedly slept with and forced them to admit their deeds next he had one of the men decapitated. The other wasn't so lucky. Before a jeering crowd he was hanged castrated disembowelled beheaded and quartered. Then the heads of both Catherine's former lovers were placed on spikes and displayed prominently on London Bridge on February tenth. Fifteen forty two officials arrived at the monastery. Where Catherine was cloistered. They collected the young. Queen placed her on a barge and sail down the Thames toward the Tower of London as they floated past London Bridge. Catherine looked up to see the rotting heads of her former lovers. Three days later Catherine was dead coming up the misfortune and jealousy that led to the death of a queen now back to the story on February thirteenth. Fifteen forty two Catherine Howard. The Queen of England and wife of King Henry. The eighth was executed for adultery. Catherine was Henry eighths fifth wife. At the time they married she may have been as young as sixteen and was most certainly a lively. Pretty well liked courtier. He was in his fifties obese sickly and covered in poss- filled boils plus. He'd had two of his previous wives killed. It wasn't an ideal match but who after all could refuse the king he wanted Katherine at least until he found out about the freedom of her early years. Though Catherine was of noble birth she was brought up in rather peculiar circumstances she lived away from her mother and father at Chatsworth House. A large estate that functioned more like a boarding house for Noble Children. A place for their parents to send them until they became adults or got married in a sense. It was a lot like summer camp. There was little to no discipline and the boys and girls were known to spend time in each other's quarters. Doing what teenagers do. Catherine received little in the way of education at Chatsworth but her beauty energy and spirit made people take notice especially men unfortunately. Catherine's first sexual experience was not consensual around age. Twelve or thirteen. She was molested by her music teacher. Two years later she allegedly began a consensual. Sexual relationship with Francis. Durham a young man. Who also lived at Chatsworth House? Their relationship continued until Catherine's former music teacher sent the teenagers caretaker. An anonymous letter informing. Her of the affair. Catherine's behavior wasn't particularly scandalous or uncommon especially among nobles. It's almost certain that her former teacher was simply jealous. Petty and vindictive but there were consequences a short time later. Kathryn moved to a different house. Where the story goes. She began a sexual relationship with Thomas culpeper. Though it was brief they proclaimed their love for one. Another and parted on good terms. When Catherine was called to court and of cleaves the fourth wife of King Henry. The eighth wanted the pretty girl to join her retinue but quickly. King Henry the AIDS also took notice of Catherine Howard. He began showering her with extravagant clothes and jewellery and despite his rapidly deteriorating health and their significant age gap he began to court her though he was still married to Anne of cleves Henry. The eighth wasn't one to let a marriage stand in his way he had his current union annulled gave an a big state and a respectable allowance and then took Catherine as his new wife. Still despite an inauspicious beginning for a short time their marriage was a happy one. Catherine proved a capable popular queen and her youth and vigor boosted the kings spirits and health. But then her luck ran out. After learning of her previous relationships king. Henry forced parliament to pass a law stating that an unchaste woman. Marrying the king should be guilty of high treason. The proposed law also stated that any woman who presumed to marry the king. Without admitting she'd been unchaste would be put to death. The Act was passed on January sixteenth. Fifteen forty two. Catherine Howard was convicted retroactively. When offered the chance she didn't even bother to defend herself before parliament. She knew she'd never convinced the king's men to turn against their master. She did however make one effort to save herself when Catherine was arrested at Hampton Court Palace. Before she was exiled to the monastery she broke free of the king's guards and ran down the hall toward the doors of the chapel. Where she believed Henry was praying. There she screamed in vain at the top of her lungs until she was seized. Once more by the guards today legend has it that her ghost can still be seen running and screaming down that very same hallway.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Today we're covering the execution of Catherine Howard Queen of England. Let's go back to London. On the morning of February thirteenth. Fifteen forty two the day before Valentine's Valentine's Day Catherine Howard's alabaster skin was was even paler than usual as she was led from inside the Tower of London to Tower Green a small secluded patch of grass. It's used for the execution of nobles away from the prying eyes of commoners and spectators. She was terrified and week. It took two guards to lead her up a small scaffold onto the platform where the executioner awaited as the charges against her were read aloud allowed. The guards held Catherine up by her elbows but then Catherine collected herself instead of pleading or crying. She stated that she desired all Christian people to take regard onto her worthy and just punishment. She stepped away from the guard supporting hands then. She knelt calmly almost elegantly and placed her neck on on the chopping block. She was poised and dignified in fact she practiced for this moment the night before. While locked in the Tower Tower of London she had requested a model of the chopping block that would be used she wanted to learn how best to place herself upon it but but no amount of poise could stop the inevitable with one fell swoop. The executioner brought down on his acts Catherine Howard the former queen of England and wife of Henry. The eighth was dead. It was an untimely passing. Catherine's exact age has never been confirmed but by most accounts she was still a teenager in fifteen forty two charming beautiful and full of life unfortunately uh when it came to matters of infidelity no amount of charm or beauty could save a woman from the capricious vengeful wrath of Henry Henry. The eighth in fact one of Henry's previous wives the infamous and Berlin had been beheaded after facing similar accusations nations King Henry. The eighth was not one to take sexual dalliances lightly in other people anyway even dalliances that took place before he was in the picture Henry. The eighth was an insecure ego maniac almost thirty years older than Catherine and despite his numerous wives mistresses and extramarital affairs the fact that his new wife had engaged in relationships with other men before her marriage to Henry triggered the kings deadly vindictive temper he banished catherine to a monastery and immediately Eddie Lee said about convincing parliament to retroactively pass a law convicting her of adultery and treason as soon as the legislation was passed he rounded up the men Catherine had allegedly slept with and forced them to admit their deeds next he he had one of the men decapitated the other wasn't so lucky before a jeering crowd he was hanged hanged castrated disembowelled beheaded and quartered then the heads of both Catherine's former lovers were placed on spikes and displayed prominently on London Bridge on February tenth fifteen forty two officials arrived at the monastery where Catherine was cloistered. They collected the young Queen placed her on a barge and sail down the Thames toward the Tower of London as they floated past London Bridge Catherine looked up to see the rotting heads of her former Mara lovers. Three days later Catherine was dead coming up the misfortune and jealousy that led led to the death of a queen now back to the story on February Thirteenth fifteen eighteen forty two Catherine Howard the queen of England and wife of King Henry. The eighth was executed for adultery. Catherine was Henry Henry The eighths fifth wife at the time they married. She may have been as young as sixteen and was most certainly a lively. Pretty well liked liked courtier. He was in his fifties obese sickly and covered in poss- filled boils plus. He'd had two of his his previous wives killed. It wasn't an ideal match but who after all could refuse the king he wanted Katherine at least until he found out about the freedom of her early years. Though Catherine Catherine was of noble birth she was brought up in rather peculiar circumstances she lived away from her mother and father at Chatsworth House. A largest state that functioned more like a boarding house for noble children a place for their parents to send them until they became adults or got married in a sense. It was a lot like summer camp. There was little to no discipline and the boys and girls were known to spend time in each other's quarters. Doing what teenagers do Catherine received little in the way of education at Chatsworth but her beauty energy and spirit made ain't people take notice especially men unfortunately Catherine's first sexual experience was not consensual around and age twelve or thirteen. She was molested by her music teacher. Two years later she allegedly began a consensual sexual relationship. Hip with Francis. Durham a young man. who also lived at Chatsworth House? Their relationship continued until Catherine's former music teacher sent the teenagers caretaker. An anonymous letter informing. Her of the affair Catherine's behavior wasn't particularly scandalous or uncommon uncommon especially among nobles. It's almost certain that her former teacher was simply jealous. Petty and vindictive but there there were consequences a short time later. Kathryn moved to a different house where the story goes. She began a sexual relationship with Thomas culpeper. Though it was brief they proclaimed their love for one. Another and parted on good terms. When Catherine was called to court it an of cleaves the fourth wife of King Henry? The eighth wanted the pretty girl to join her retinue but quickly King Henry. The eighth also took notice of Catherine Howard. He began showering her with extravagant the clothes and jewellery and despite his rapidly deteriorating health and their significant age gap he began to court her though though he was still married to Anne of cleves Henry. The eighth wasn't one to let them marriage stand in his way he had his current union annulled gave gave Anna Biggest State and a respectable allowance and then took Catherine as his new wife. Still despite an inauspicious auspice beginning for a short time their marriage was a happy one. Catherine proved a capable popular queen and her youth and vigor boosted the kings spirits and health. But then her luck ran out after learning of her previous. CBS relationships King. Henry forced parliament to pass a law stating that an unchaste woman marrying the king should be guilty the of high treason the proposed law also stated that any woman who presumed to marry the king. Without admitting she'd been unchaste would would be put to death. The Act was passed on January sixteenth. Fifteen forty two Catherine Howard was convicted dictated retroactively. When offered the chance? She didn't even bother to defend herself before parliament. She knew she'd never convinced the king's men to turn against their master. She did however make one effort to save herself when Catherine was arrested at Hampton Court Palace before she was exiled to the monastery she broke free of the king's guards and ran down the hall toward the doors of the chapel. Where where she believed? Henry was praying there. She screamed in vain at the top of her lungs until she was seized. Once more by the guards hards today. Legend has it that her ghost can still be seen running and screaming down that very same same hallway..

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Storynory

Storynory

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Storynory

"Hello this is Jonah and I've come to Hampton Court palace by the River Thames to get into the mood for Halloween Hampton Court Palace belonged to England's King Henry v Eight in the sixteenth century and as you may know he had six packed with history and I can well imagine a few ghosts I'm going to be walking around the state apartments with Sheila who leads the ghost tours at Hampton court Sheila's kindly agreed to tell me the spookiest stories of the palace so Sheila thank you very much for agreeing to show me around this wonderful palace where to most of the stories come from will most of the stories Jonah come from our grace-and-favour residents they were special people that lived here from seventeen six eighty who the done some great service for the crown and they could live here rent free life and they became known as Jason Faith residents looks like a wonderful place to live but can be very scary there lots of ghosts stores here attributed to Hampton Court Palace and yes I can testify to working here in the day and a lot of strange unexplained and frankly scary things do happen a wonderful that's exactly what I want to hear where will you take us I well I think we should start in the famous Tudor haunted gallery a wonderful I'm excited so in the famous gallery is quite dark and it's famous painting that must be Henry the eighth over here sheet of what does this mean all this is one of Henry's face Mus galleries where he would basically walk from his private apartment alone here and you see we've got two doors to either side off the wall these doors lead to Henry the eighth and his queen whoever she was at the time their private praying rooms the top the chapel and Henry used to say most of his devotions in this private room next to where I'm standing and he very rarely went down into the body of the chapel the ground floor was that he just preferred to be alone while he said his devotion so people knew every morning when Henry was at Hampton court where he was going to be an even one eat broken away from the Catholic church he still said his prayers in here every morning so how does Katherine Howard fit into that are good question now Catherine Howard was Henry Gates fifth wife and by the time she married the being the king was about fifty years of age Catherine was eighteen she was basis she was pretty she liked all the things that a young people like music closed dancing and in fact she made Henry the eighth feel young again but Henry was far from the which is man that you see in that painting just to your right hand side Henry had a waste of fifty one inches he was grossly fat most visit teeth or rotting in his mouth and courtier said before you heard him coming along the corridor Odia you could smell him why did he let himself go so much and he was fifty he was fifty years of age well he'd always been quite healthy but he had a fall from his horse when he was twenty eighty five he couldn't do as much exercise he had an ulcer on his lake and all the sort of medical conditions slowed the king he ate a lot because he could afford it yet he partied and that was the price he paid thank you for that why is Katherine associated with this gallery right it was fifteen forty one and Henry and Catherine had been married for six months they were here at Hampton court to St the over and celebrate Christmas but what Henry didn't know was this lovely queen of his had secret past she had two boys friends before she married the king and his she'd probably been honest and told the king he would have still married but she kept this secret they find out I mean how do the king find out when he found out later by chance because Catherine was here at Hampton court but what Henry didn't know was she'd started a friendship with a gentleman at court a man called Thomas culpeper and they will round about the same age the time the king was in his apartments later with his ill health a lot of time Catherine was young she wanted fun and she spent her time with colpepper dancing playing cards giggling having fun like young people do and soon evitable happened and friendship turned to love now catherine sat down and she made the biggest mistake of her life she wrote Colpepper a letter in his letter it said how much she loved him and how much he wished she was his wife and how much she regretted marrying the king he was old he was smelly he was no fun she didn't want to have children with him in fact he repulsed her misselling later this was all in the lateran giveaway isn't it what a silly goal she was an inevitably the letter was found and taken to the king who I denounced at all it's a pack of lies in fact he left the letter on his desk in his private apartments and did not open it for two days ace but when he did the truth bore upon him and he cried like a baby and he was very angry genuinely loved her so he jen new in love and now he gave orders that Catherine beheld under house arrest which meant Yeomen of the guard on her door so they would watch her every move while investigations to these allegations were going on courtiers came to tell Henry that indeed his wife had had to the boyfriend before she married Francis Theorem who was a cousin of hers and Henry Mannix a music teacher so colpepper Ron System and Henry Mannix hold off to the famous tower of London the interogations Catherine was held in her rooms what kind of interogations asking them questions really not so much interrogation but torture to extract the truth from them did they tell the truth didn't matter to Henry whether they told the truth or not these allegations had come to light and they were probably guilty sushila how did the story play out in the end will catharine with young she did not want to die. she had to have a plan and legend has it that while she was under house arrest one morning she managed to escape the attention of gods she tip toed down this famous gallery and when she got to the store just to my left hand side it was closed Aspen Normal Henry was on the other side saying his morning devotions and when Catherine got here she gently knocked on door and probably said something like Henry it's your wife it's Catherine please could you come out I do need to speak to you you see she had to be polite she was fighting for her life Henry on the other aside heard her please do you think he was gonNA open that door well I always assume that love with prevail but what happened Henry was a broken man he'd seen that letter and all the detestable things that she'd written about him and the funny thing was and the sad in was they were all true but he thought he had finally found the right wife for him so henry resolved to keep the door closed and to keep on praying to God maybe praying that if he married a gain he would find the right one however the more that does state housed the more desperate the poor girl became until after a minute or two she was crying begging the Henry to come out he never did Harry Unforgiving Yeomen of the Guard solway she was and they dragged her literally kicking and screaming back to her apartment she put up a fight she did not want to go she knew if she didn't see Henry Her fate would be sealed or a tragedy does her ghost Doc if you seen her ghost I haven't personally but many grace-and-favour residents particularly in the Victorian period of toll owed the dead of night of hearing the earthly shrieks and screams of a gyro where we're running along this guy ellery glimpses of the young queen in ghostly form or cold or seen regularly up until nineteen hundred when this Korea was painted it was spruced up and it was open to our day visitors now it's often said that ghosts or permissions do not like change and although strange things still happen in this gallery the ghostly form of young Catherine Howard had is not been seen since should I tell you the conclusion to the tail yes please yes now February time fifteen forty two do it was deemed that Catherine Howard after thorough investigations was guilty of adultery having other boyfriends and Tree site met her is three heads on spikes front system Henry Mannix and in the middle her beloved with Thomas culpeper they all been hung drawn courted and their heads would stay on traitor's gate for three years so to deter anyone else from crossing swords or doing anything that would upset His Majesty King Henry yea Geeta that was a fascinating and spooky story thank you very much I've become a degree colder actually listening to that.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"When Queen Elizabeth the first died she reportedly owned nearly two thousand dresses four centuries later the only parts of her wardrobe thought have survived were some gloves and riding boots but last week a special exhibit opened at Hampton Court Palace called the loss dress of Elizabeth the first I Larry Lynn found that loss dress but spoiler alert it wasn't address when she discovered it Miss Lynne is the collection's curator of charity called historic royal palaces we reached her in London very when did you first see this dress that you believe belong to Queen Elizabeth I well I I saw it about four years ago now I was researching my book to you to fashion and I came across an image of this object just online I thought well that looks a bit intriguing so I drove to this tiny church in rural Hertfordshire to go and visit but it wasn't address was it no that's right it's actually an Osa cloth so it's a t shaped panel that had been used by family is an also closed for several centuries but they were lots of clues about it that immediately told me that it used to be something else incredible value and rarity at what point looking at this did you think this might be Queen Elizabeth's dress immediately For Lots of reasons the list thing is that I supported evidence of pattern cutting which means evidence that in fact used to be addressed but the second thing was that the embroiled we on it which is beautiful flowers and vegetation. I was as a professional standard that I hadn't ever seen before dating to around the fifty nine he's sick of sixteen hundred in Silken silver and goals and the real clinch was that it was embroidered on cloth silver and shoot at times cloth who is reserved for the immediate members of the Royal Family and actually this particular church was the birthplace and very beloved family home of one blind Josh Parry and Blanche Parry was the first lady of the bedchamber to Elizabeth I and we know that Elizabeth had great affection for her and she gave him me gift of her own clothing we know that Blanche had great affection for her village she gave them lots of charitable donations so all of this seemed to be pointing in one very exciting direction but why isn't it possible that the dress belong to someone else in the court why why specifically do you think Elizabeth I was wearing it well at the time that this stress dates from Elizabeth was nearing seventy years old and in fact she got it very jealously all the finest fabrics and dresses for herself she didn't particularly like having other women it court because she wanted the attention of her male courtiers for her else most of the other women who were allowed to be there were quite elderly ladies all were women who express told to dress down not to incur the wrath of the rather sort of notoriously mercurial queen so it's very unlikely that Elizabeth would have granted permission for anybody nice to one something like it we know in our research the amount of silver in this object with worth as much as a Cheetah mansion so we really are looking at a real Russia oh my gosh so this is one dress of her finger hundreds and thousands in her wardrobe was worth the price of a tutor mention yes absolutely so we know when she died the infantry of her wardrobe listed two thousand items of the most sumptuous luxurious stresses but none of them were known to have survived it's not least because the great storehouse of the Royal Wardrobe was Very famously burns during the great fire of London in sixteen sixty six so the fact that Safai reading makes a unique piece you figure it came to be in this church and Saint Faiths because of Blondes Perry so why did they turned it into an altar cloth value so to turn it into an ulcer cloth it was their way of venerating really to make it a sacred object into value it and now you have restored because it did take work even though it was not bad condition what did it take to actually bring it to the state that it's now that's on display so it's underground A thousand hours of conservation and research so it was in a fairly good state considering age but it had to sort of a backing of canvas which was starting to pull and tear at the silk so we removed the canvas kiffiny stitched onto a new special king but the stitching was done with filaments thread which is roughly the same dimensions as a human hair on with a surgical needles so you can a little bit more about it and we found incredibly tantalizing evidence of global trade for example some of the Don I in the threat was actually next can coach Neil read so this was fantastic evidence of luxury commodities being traded across the Atlantic for the first time what was it like for I think for all of us involved as a real labor of love and a real privilege because the artistry of the embroidery is such that you never tire of looking at it actually I can even after four years I can stand there and look at it and see a new detail admire the artistry all over again now it's hanging in Hampton Court Palace how does it look do you know what it looks better than I've ever seen it so it's in a case with case lights it somebody referred to it as Cheetah Hive is which is not exactly glamorous but most of the court would be wearing black velvet so to be wearing this kind of fantastically embroidered cloths fills for you to be no doubtedly looking at the Queen there is a great story and I appreciate you telling it to us thank you thank you so much bye i Larry Lynn is the collection curator of a charity called historic Royal Palaces we reached her at hand in court palace in London and if you want to see photos of the draft you can go to our website go to CBC dot Ca Slash Aih.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on RunPod

"Okay when you run. What is your favorite part of you? I mean you can save finishing it. You whatever is that you love Obata. I think I love starting it because I kind of I give my I've learned from coach Bennett in my ear. Nia that you start a run really slow and you just give yourself a break and then I think my favorite thing is the fact that I think to myself. How am I gonNA get? Am I going to be able to do this and before I've they've even really finished talking myself out because you know you talk yourself out of stuff to you when you're GONNA run. I never stopped but I sort of have that attitude of you know. Can you really do this. I question myself and then and then I'm on my way home and I've done it. I think the whole thing for me. It is an amazing achievement is an amazing achievement for me. I also come up with really stupid ideas. When I'm on runs an I have been known to run honoring my agent? She's like I sound like a heavy Breather Dilemma Sarah this amazing amazing idea and when I got home she brings me she goes. Do you still think it's amazing. She's still think is amazing. Do you really want me to go in and pitch the item right now. You're absolutely right. The adrenaline kicked in over enthusiastic are made up a hill. I'm quite pleased. The usual you phoned phone her Richard Lakewood ideas Berlin ideas plan them and I tv shoes yummies you podcast ideas run put ideas and then get home like Oh what was it. He'll say I have to do it because I am Dorey from Yeah Yeah. I'm doing everything I swim roundabout. It don't make a phone call you see that on the Morrison as well. That's when I come up with the best ideas definitely forgotten them by the end but you've done the marathon as well. Have you done it once. I've done the London marathon once. Yes and I was euphoric. At the end I mean I I was so naughty because I think the B._B._C. or somebody they were tracking because I remember seeing you on it. Yeah I was on a tracker and I saw where they were when I was crossing tower bridge and I thought I have not got the time took two. I'm really working on this time and you cannot delay me and I swerved them and kept on going and the end I mean having children obviously as the best was the rest of my life but I don't know I think moneylender when he learned math in my top two I just felt great. My Mum did it with me. She finished literally an hour after me and has obviously got like twenty one years on me and then my dad who was watching with my husband and Lexi was very small had decided he didn't want to pay for parking and central London so we ought to blink him more like another five miles because my dad safe to quit on the puck or if you already run the bit what's a few more miles I go home. I made a full dinner for my whole Family Evan Feta me and my mom appealing the spot. This is just wrong anyway. It was the one that it probably was the best one I loved during the London. Did you like kit lawyer running it yeah you did. This is the crowds isn't it. It's so true you. I don't believe you could run the London marathon or any marathon without people being that's cheer you on. I nervously top tip is to wear t shirt with your name on because people screaming doc names out and I just I- I waved I smiled. I mean you just feel so happy but it is the people that gets you through. The worst bit was going around the Canary warf section where you just think I've around this road before. It all looks the same. It's just gray buildings not many people there. My favorite bits were well. All the different smells you can smell all kinds of things when he run through London but that was sort of fry-ups barbecues beer the things you shouldn't smell legal. I could probably smell my way around London. Tell you exactly where you bet challenge blindfolded. Actually you say that there are some areas that require it will no because I did my first marathon ten and years ago and in that time the whole course is crammed with spectator aren't really quiet patches anymore those new guy quiet moments for you just fool on cheering the whole way which is insane and amazing. You have to do again well. I think I really do want to do it again but I didn't beat my time and if I didn't feel that happy for do you have to be. I did it in four hours twelve minutes as great which was great and I could have done it in four hours had had I I got started getting a hip pain and I thought because I was on target to in four hours and I had some <hes> like keep the Ibuprofen in my pocket and I could see a water station coming so I put the Superfan under my tongue I I just thought I just knocked out backing off still smash. This and I got to the station. It wasn't a roof station. It was just like an advert for well. No water ground radar my tongue budding a hole in my tongue. I spat out the A and they were pink so I- pink. I don't like I'd written down on somebody I had pink dribbling. Out of my mouth are still finished but yeah my hip gave me dip on the end of that so yeah well. I think you've really gotTA in Youtube quicker. One 'cause we at the London landmarks half marathon this year and you did a great time in just under two hours. It was like one minute one hour hour fifty eight minutes fifty minutes or something like that but again I'd been out drinking with Angela Griffin the weekend before and she said she done a half marathon in just over two hours and I said to Chris Oh my God evangelist and do it in two hours I do into you basically trying to be heard. Yes and I take I beat you. Actually she put we forgot the conversation but I never go out of my head all thinking and I did well yeah. I'll have to get angeles. Take on this when she comes on run part because we're trying to. We're trying to find a d the Woman Mansoura Yeah I'll see how she feels about two that we weren't even remember the conversation she so noncompetitive and it's so lovely to have you here today. Because everyone who loves running just find easy to talk about and there are people that will be listening to us. How's chatting whilst they are actually running? So have you got any motivational words like coach Bennett for them now. Well it it. It kind of is it kind of is coach. Bennett says which is you don't have to be the perfect runner. You don't have to be in a competition with yourself or anyone else. Just literally be the best your version of a great run or a great runner wherever that is as long as your feeling happy and relaxed and enjoying it and to just constantly constantly check your position like what you're doing because I often run and I've got my hand like my little finger bent back and three fingers pointing and you just go where there's stressors some tension that take away just always try remember my posture where I'm going and give myself nice thoughts. I think this is your half an hour. Be Fantastic yourself say to yourself. You're doing plotti well. You're doing ever so good tonight. You can have a big fact loss of Rosie Yeah see that's what I think is all about a reward and also I don't think you have to be you. Don't have to have a goal in my like a half marathon a marathon ten k you can just run for fun. You can totally run for fun. I mean personally slits helped me in the past having something to aim for but just running for fun and just running because you can is joyful. I mean you you to try and find the join running because it does star like a pain in the ass it does it does else for your hard work and you are not good and you do get stiff the next day anything not doing that again. I think no do it again. 'cause you can cause you operate and you can do it absolutely well said right now. We have in report a few quick questions so gore. Let let you go which trainers use them. The never say them they the easiest he tells Sam low rouses Nike Okay See I. I'm not a Nike wearer so do all the different types of trainers. They're bright orange wants so whatever I'm wearing you can always see my feet. Unfortunately I love her. All trainers a bright color remember when we were at school. It was all white yeah. Was it yeah yeah. You couldn't get anything really light. My ones as well and it's always seems to be my husband. That's in charge of buying them. He seems to be the authority on running trainers even though he does not run okay but he seems to choose well then he chooses really well very good at. What's your favorite place to run? I like running around Richmond. Park beat other in sorry yeah is absolutely beautiful. The only thing that <hes> the downside and the upside to it is there are loads of wild ideas in the funny. You're you're running along and even even I mean I've lived around the corner from there and I go there all the time and still excited when I see a dare I see every day I see one and you end up trying to do a sofi with them and all kinds of things but also they terrify you through the stacks do so you don't even know they're there. I mean it is a brilliant. I suddenly poke the head up and you go. Oh my God. There's a D. and you think I wonder if there's a rep for a you know you wonder if they would chase me so I kind of I do slow down. When I go past just in case I encourage a chase because I would lose bushy park and Hampton Court Palace is next and there's a golf course there by play goals and as you are going up toward the holes quite often? There's a herd of deer on the green and they don't move you just praying you hit them. I mean I've never done that. I just have to aim for them and I'll miss them and that's the best way they hey. It's nuts they just sit and they look at you in the ball lands beside them they just look up then carrier munching on whatever chestnuts like Oh yes so that's your favorite place replace piece of running advice start slow start slow. Don't think because you're on Iran that it's it's all about speed. It's not it's about endurance so even if it's a fast walk pace start slow start do not whip yourself if he'd never have you never speed up. I let that star so and also the joy find the joy and I think that's really good best piece of running kit or tech that you'd never go out without. I've already kind of let myself down because I've massive.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"But also, you know, there's so much research behind it. So it was brilliant rate. Soc was already attached she'd been attached to the project. I think seven years before they showed it, and I love her already. I I'd met a, you know, personally before and love to work. So that was a big reason to make me want to do it. And then I met Josie who's incredibly, you know, well known in the theater world and a brilliant director in heroin, right? And this is her first feature film, but she was just weak at the minute. I met her. She was RAD social Brad, the scripts rat. I was like I really want to do it. But I just I I can't play Elizabeth I conflict Queen Elizabeth the I know why did you say she's being played by so many of my absolute heroes in the acting world. And I just it wasn't just. That it wasn't just being scared of China redo, something that other people had done it. I just didn't think I'd had anything in common with her. I was like who am I to play a Queen? I'm not classically trained. You know, I kind of learned on the job and everything else. I've kind of you know, I I always work on the side online coaching, and I do courses, and I do all that kind of stuff, but I never went to university. I don't have a master's degree. I don't know anything about the time period. Like, I I must skip class. I guess in the days when we went about the since period because I knew very little about that. I don't really deserve it to be honest. I feel like there's so many other actors out that who does this role than I do. And and I play quaint. I just can't change your mind. Josie. Did she wrote, you know, beautiful long letter? And she said to me like, I don't want you to I expressed those thoughts and my reasons for being so hesitant. And she said, you have I don't want you to play Queen like, I 'cause I sat outside cannot be honest thing why why me like what he want me to do it. And she's like because I don't want. I don't want someone to play acquaint. I want someone to play a woman a young woman. And then then that kind of changed my mind. I was like, oh, okay. Well, if you show that that's what you want. I can give you that. I know it can deliver that so. Yeah. And from that point on she she kind of gave me the entire educational process of learning about the time period and getting spent time with John guy, who's an incredible historian. But also wrote a book that bode based the script on. So I got to spend a lot of time with him. We'd go to Hampton Court palace with you know, Elizabeth spent time and really learn about, you know, the inner workings of a politics at that time. But also just. So life, and what she would have gone through up until the point. Will we see on screen, which is a lot? Yeah. Had dad killed her. Mom. She has sister. Put her in prison tried to have her killed. I mean, childhood trauma that on pack. So what do you think it is about her because you're not the only one who may have missed that day in class? Yeah. I mean that has keeps actors coming back to tell the story of this Queen. Why is she such a fascinating character? Once you got to know her. She is fascinating. Because she she rebranded the role of acquaint, and she did it in a very clever way. She was the first person to really franchise image and have that kind of brand perception that I guess seems like a very current thing that you know, she was doing it back, then she would send out, you know, needlepoint templates of her face. So that people could stitch at home and have it, you know, she rebranded herself as the virgin queens. So that she wouldn't have to get married getting married meant handing over you'll powder. Another man getting married meant you'd have to deliver a male ever shortly afterwards. And if you want like a mom didn't maybe a life was in danger because of that, so she she was very clever and taking the route of not getting married and announced that she was married to England, and she was virgin Queen and that was her image because she was a Protestant on the flip side..

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Two nine five K FTC and the podcast is free. Why because. Stupid can get it anywhere in podcasts are given away by stupid people. So we got this note from an anonymous person longtime listener and foster parent we've had training on trafficking in the biggest surprise for me. Was it was not some creepy guy that usually gets the girls or boys. It's young girls. They befriend the girl or boy, they have cool stuff new phone. Nice clothes news games. My daddy. Bought it for me. They have cash to buy food. They seem cool. It's very appealing to kids who have had. No dad, for instance, which is most foster kids and have not had the finer things the lady that taught our class managed to get out of that world. She started by going with a girlfriend because it seemed safe it starts slowly just do this one little thing in a by you that jacket you've always wanted and it builds once they have you in debt than they use. You are trainer actually solicited other girls into the trade. And yes, drugs are huge part. She mentions the most horrifying thing was the life expectancy of a child. A girl in trafficking is seven years are usually dead and seven years that doesn't bother the dealers as there used up by that time and their new kids coming down the line. That's about the worst thing. You're gonna hear all day. Right. You mentioned foster kids don't have the loving support. I noticed with ours. Who is fantastic, by the way, it's not just your support that she was never taught right from wrong. Then she gives an example. And luckily, we found out about it enabled to explain it. When your parent figures have no morals, you grow up not knowing morals if I can do nothing else. I would encourage people to look into the foster system become a foster parent. It's not easy. But these kids need us. Half a foster kids end up dead or in jail or turning tricks. The percentage of girls I'm departing from the text here who end up as either underaged rape slaves or prostitutes. Astonishing help if you can and we have thank you for the note, MS anonymous, and we we have through the years, and I'm thinking in in the next year to to come it might even become a bigger priority around here on the show, and fundraising that sort of thing because the situation with fatherm foster is absolutely heartbreaking. And what I love about the cause is if you are a communist. Or a progressive or a moderate or conservative or like way out on the right wing everybody agrees. Oh my God. These kids never had a chance, and I'm happy to pitch in to help them. I mean, I've never run into anybody. Who says on all those stupid seven year olds without parents. They're on their own. I mean, no human being thinks that right? So you'd think you'd be better known are you into the profanity fi profanity laced blowout between the John's. I'm calling it. The battle of John's between John Kelly and John Bolton the national security advisor in the chief of staff apparently got into a screaming match. Now, it's being reported by CNN and the Washington Post which regularly make crap up. Well, they print stuff somebody made up, right? Right. They print something that somebody said. And go with it is clearly it's true. Because somebody told me this New York Post also reporting it. That they got into a screaming match, and it was even more intense than usual. Sources told CNN the blow up profanity laced per Bloomberg news was related to the ongoing disagreement over how to handle the the crossings of the Mexico border. I see that Bolton took took a verbal swipe at the homeland security secretary who was Kelly. Remember John Kelly was the homeland security. Oh, that's right secretary. Right. He took the chief of staff so this was his handpicked successor. He's friends a her first sugars Nielsen. So apparently Bolton's mustache boatman is mustache together tag team her. Said something about her being weak on this issue and Kelly took offence next thing, you know, they're dropping bombs at each other. And it's a high pressure work environment. I could see I don't know that I believe it. But I'm not even that impressed by it. I'm not either a couple a couple of guys getting into it briefly with with some Cussing. Valerie Jarrett was famously. Adamant I think I recall her being described as obscene frequently as well. And harsh. I dunno. I dunno. I mentioned it. I think it's interesting. It's a helluva seen the picture. I mean, it's exciting is hell, I just don't know that it means much. Who knows this your opinion or your mustaches? I'd say. Took him down a peg. I dunno. So in king Henry, the eighth pleasure palace. Hampton court. There is no escaping class divisions. Which reminds me the one of the lady scientists who was part of putting out those fake news fake research papers had a conversation with a socialist newspaper that I found very interesting. She is way laughed way left. But thought the grievance sciences pushed in universities are out of their minds. It's it's fake. It's not real science. It's it's entirely emotional. And she's like, a socialist. So I salute her a willingness to take on quote unquote, her own side when you're a series. It is dishonest. If you're a serious researcher, whether you're a communist, or whatever you are you don't like fake research. Right. Right. Even if perpetrated by people you tend to agree with. But back to the much important much more important topic of king Henry the eighth. Groom of the stool who even sleep boy looks down upon the king, of course, had a luxurious place to squat. This is from the fabulous folks that mental floss one of my favorite publications now websites ever. According to the Hampton Court palace website. He and other royals sat atop a padded chair covered in sheepskin black velvet ribbons. Lofted above pewter chamber, pot luck that would be a little hard to clean, especially with the cleaning equipment of back in the day. Black velvet feel mighty nice on your high new though, there's no denying that's gross. It was the seat. It wasn't the interior gross. What? The toilet was private located in the so-called stool room that has that was attended by high ranking courtier known as the groom of the stool give me a year on Henry the eighth. What is he he says middle fifteen hundred? Okay. I happen to have that in front of me. That's what I was gonna guess. Yeah. You're very very. No, no modern conveniences of any right in spite of the Roman empire and the empire having very advanced plumbing. This sort of thing it was lost to us. Because sometimes humankind goes backwards. Anyway. The the growth of the story was considered a well respected gig. It was high up in the hierarchy apparently the groom would even take notes on the sovereign's movements in fifteen thirty nine Henry the eighth. Groom showed a flair for you from his um by writing that the king had taken laxatives inexperienced, quote, a very fair siege. More than I need to hear. That's all long along by Mark the artichoke farmer. Well, he's in day digging the dirt from an artichokes. He doesn't have time for your suburban squeamishness radio. Boy, these he understands the realities of life, maybe I his home with an illness. Where I felt like I was going to vomit which continues into today that that story seems a little unpleasant sorry to hear that. I don't have a velvet either to my stomach yesterday..

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on KGO 810

"Why because we're stupid or you can get anywhere in podcast or given away by stupid people. So we got this note from an anonymous person longtime listener and foster parent we've had training on trafficking in the biggest surprise for me. Was it was not some creepy guy that usually gets the girls or boys. It's young girls. They befriend the girl or boy, they have cool stuff new phone. Nice clothes news games. My daddy. Bought it for me. They have cash to buy food. They seem cool. It's very appealing to kids who have had. No dad, for instance, which is most foster kids and have not had the finer things lady that taught our class managed to. To get out of that world. She started by going with a girlfriend because it seemed safe it starts slowly just do this one little thing. And I'll buy you that jacket you've always wanted and it builds once they have in debt than they use. You are trainer actually solicited other girls into the trade. And yes, drugs are huge part. She mentioned the most horrifying thing was the life expectancy of a child a boy or girl in trafficking is seven years. Move are usually dead in seven years. It doesn't bother the dealers as there used up by that time, and there are new kids coming down the line. So that's about the worst thing you're gonna hear all day. Right. You mentioned our foster kids don't have the loving support. I noticed with ours. Who is fantastic, by the way, it's not just your support. It's that she was never taught right from wrong. Then she gives an example. And luckily, we found out about it. And able to explain it when your parent figures have no morals you grow up not knowing morals. If I can do nothing else. I would encourage people to look into the foster system. Become a foster parent. It's not easy. But these kids need us half a foster kids end up dead or in jail or turning tricks of the percentage of girls, I'm departing from the text here who end up as either underaged rape slaves or prostitutes. Astonishing help if you can and we have thank you for the note, MS anonymous, and we we have through the years, and I'm thinking in in the next year two to come. It might even become a bigger priority around here on the show, and fundraising that sort of thing because the situation would fall through foster is absolutely heartbreaking. And what I love about the cause is if you are a communist. Or a progressive or a moderate or conservative or like way out on the right wing everybody agrees. Oh my God. These kids never had a chance, and and I'm happy to pitch in to help them. I mean, I've never run into anybody says don't know those stupid seventy year olds without parents. They're on their own. I mean, no human being thinks that right? So you'd think you'd be better known are you into the profanity last profanity laced blowout between the John's. I'm calling it. The battle of the Johns between John Kelly and John Bolton the national security adviser in the cheapest staff barely got into a screaming match. Now, it's being reported by CNN and Washington Post which regularly make crap up. Well, they print stuff somebody made up, right? Right. They print something that somebody said. And go with it is clearly it's true because somebody told me this. Yeah. The New York Post also reporting it. That they got into a screaming match, and it was even more intense than usual. Sources told CNN the blow up profanity laced per Bloomberg news was related to the ongoing disagreement over to how to handle the the crossings of the Mexico border. I could see that Bolton took took a verbal swipe at the homeland security secretary who was Kelly. Remember John Kelly was the homeland security. Oh, that's right secretary. Right. He took the cheapest stanchly so this was his handpicked successor. He's friends of her for Nielsen. So apparently Bolton's mustache boatman is mustache together tag team, owner said something about her being weak on this issue and Kelly took offence next thing, you know, they're dropping bombs at each other. And it's a high pressure work environment. I could see it. I don't know that I believe it. But I'm not even that impressed by it. I'm not either a couple a couple of guys getting into it briefly with with some Cussing. Valerie Jarrett was famously adamant. I think I recall her being described as obscene frequently as well. And harsh. I don't know why I mentioned it. I think it's interesting. It's a hell of a seemed the picture. I mean, it's exciting is hell, I just don't know that it means much. Who knows this is your opinion or your mustaches? I'd say that's a good one. Took him down a peg or I don't know. So in king Henry, the eighth pleasure palace. Hampton court. There's no escaping class divisions. Which reminds me the one of the lady scientists who was part of putting out those fake news. Those fake research papers had a conversation with a socialist newspaper that I found very interesting. She is way laughed way left. But thought the grievance sciences pushed in universities are out of their minds. It's fake. It's not real science. It's it's entirely emotional. And she's like, a socialist. So I salute her willingness to take on quote unquote, her own side when you're a series that is dishonest. If you're a serious researcher, whether you're a communist, or whatever you are you don't like fake research. Right. Right. Even if it's perpetrated by people, you tend to agree with. But back to the much important much more important topic of king Henry the eighth. Groom of the stool. Who even sleep boy looks down upon? The king, of course, had a luxurious place to squat. This is from the fabulous folks at mental floss one of my favorite publications now websites ever. According to the Hampton Court palace website. He and other royals sat atop a padded chair covered in sheepskin black velvet ribbons. Lofted above a chamber pot black velvet to be a little hard to clean, especially with the cleaning equipment of back in the day. Black velvety feel mighty nice on your hiney though. There's no denying. Oh, that's gross. It was the seat. It wasn't the interior gross. What? The toilet was private located in the so-called stool room that has it. That was attended by high ranking courtier known as the gruel of the stool gimme a year on Henry, the what is he middle fifteen hundred. Okay. I happen to have that in front of me. That's what I was gonna guess day, you're near you, re very very, no, no, no modern conveniences of any right in spite of the Roman empire and the Egyptian empire having very advanced plumbing that sort of thing it was lost to us. Because sometimes humankind goes backwards. Anyway. The the growth of the story was considered a well respected gig. It was high up in the hierarchy apparently the groom would even take notes on the sovereign's movements in fifteen thirty nine Henry the eighth. Groom showed a flair for you from ISM by writing that the king had taken laxatives inexperienced, quote, a very fair siege. More than I need to hear. That's all sent along by Mark the artichoke farmer. Well, he's in day digging the dirt form, artichokes, he doesn't have time for a year suburban squeamishness radio. Boy, these he understands the realities of life, maybe I his home with an illness. Where I felt like I was going to vomit which continues into today that the story seems a little unpleasant sorry to hear that. I don't have a velvet either to my stomach. I yesterday..

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

The Guardian's Science Weekly

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

"Journey that they have been on it's important because today we're trying to understand for example how the plant genome works how you go from genome to an organism and part of that story is written in the fossil record so that helps us interpret the plot gene today it's also vitally important because plants have a huge influence on the earth system itself through the compensate production of oxygen and so forth weathering effects that production of soils these have huge huge influences over periods of ten fifteen twenty million years at one to stand how the world can be habitable over very long period of time one needs to understand the story of plants a sentiment echoed by both guy and jemma back at the hampton court palace flower show i think another thing that is going to be really interesting visitors is not anything plants of come from but potentially where they're going to go we hopefully going to be around for quite a while longer say it's interesting to think what might come back i think is interesting of it self we can understand understand why plants are as an is very writing point tonight points the way to future where with climate change we can expect the conditions plants have face to change rather more quickly and we can see from the past what plans have done to to survive a changing climate and what they'll have to do to survive a changing future we'll need them to do where to survive as well so after that it seems that dinosaurs might have had some impact on plants and the plants likely had some impact on dinosaurs t that perhaps even more important than that this journey has shown me how surprising and intriguing the schnur plants is how the twists and turns in veg ernie through time is every bit is intriguing as that these big beasts the dinosaurs that we all know and love a huge thank you to pool guy and jemma as well as the natural history museum and rhs hampton court palace flower show for letting us record onsite if you'd like to get in touch with us you can the email address is science weekly at the guardian dot com or you can tweet us at guardian audio i'm nichole davis and this is science weekly for more great podcasts from the guardian just go to the guardian dot com slash podcasts

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on X96

X96

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on X96

"The prince version but it's also dave navarro's birthday so if we could please place in disease version of kiss he doesn't do some jane's addiction for potty break still alive that we should honor prints well we honored tom jones we honored we are honoring away tom stole still alive he's seventy eight seventy eight he's good looking seventy eight yeah he looks good he he tends too much but you know and i i remember i was just i was kinda like tom jones but i never but when that record came out the lead and how to swing swing swing it yeah it it and it's got all kinds of different cover remakes of pop saw our rock song so it it's so good he is so good and i thought if i buy one after i'd love to see tom jones i know carry it was you know it's like pink floyd or yours is tom jones jones yeah well i would think the king of las vegas in our would be able to help make that happen dylan take your dad to see tom jones i think he's tried i don't think he's come to vegas for a longtime he may not be a he may not be touring much these days i think he has his wife died you know and he's been very he's been he's been kind of sassy ben devastated was devastated playing the hampton court palace festival in london thursday june twentyfirst but that's because he lives next door to the hampton house he just lives right next door yeah so he's yeah hi how's it going all right i don't have i just had no thoughts going through my mind all morning nothing tom jones is touring bill where's all over you tell me a little bit because k is right next door he's in germany he's in finland he's not here is he the american dates i'm looking here denmark italy once you go to sir denia and has lovely beaches and i hear it's great this time of year i think you need to go some sardines in sardinia it's an august you have time to plan a trip now we're going to chicago and i can't do that anyway go to smart wind from shakespeare play so i anything interesting happening you guys yesterday nothing interesting happening i mean i did soon i.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Whose name is redacted it was an escape like i said it's horrid stuff read it if you want of the good thing is that investigators eventually identified seventy four suspects in charged seven people five of whom were convicted of crimes that were that occurred that residential school that specific school wow that's one of many or at least one story among many at this time so read the article or go to t r c dot ca and you can learn more about this if you wish and thank you so much for writing in kevin this is a crucially important issue all too often despite the work of millions of good people across the planet all too often these sorts of things don't end up with the perpetrators facing the consequences of their crimes so our thoughts are with you survivors of these incidents and please feel free to write into us if you have more to add to the story of course okay i guess i'll take a spin at the old listener mail wheel with one from l who hails from a tiny village in the uk and this is about our ghost lights episode l says i was recently listening to your episode on the ghost orbs and immediately pete my interest i've always been fascinated by this stuff and i actually have two stories to tell the first is short and sweet i was at hampton court palace when i was about ten years old watching a concert with my friend and her family i was super board and i was looking around the courtyard we were in it was about nine in the evening so dark and when i looked up at a two story window above me i saw a bright electric blue light floating slowly past the window that images stayed with me ever since the second story is the one that still haunts me today and refers to psychic visions vibrations premonitions and things like that she goes on when i was a child i used to have the recurring nightmare every time i went to my grandma papa's house it wouldn't always.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Month thrilled dropped significantly in the next few days starting in the mediterranean as a matching a big chunk of southeast france on alert for snowfall lemonde quotes the french met office calling for vigilance as a snow episode spreads from the south the north and his record whiteout out in moscow at described by his vesti as the snow fall of the century fans of snow of waited long time for this winter it says and moscow pravda has pictures of pows battling to keep the city roads clear and finally yaumil yuck also headlined the daily mail ricky hughes an ice cream chef in cohen ben north wales apparently has ota's flooding in for latest creation which is a cream egg pizza moon the time is quarter to eight an indian princess sofia dulip sing is one of the faces on a new set of stamps a release to commemorate women getting the vote which of course we are celebrating this year it being the hundredth uh the centenary of that happening lease four a large group of women this princess had quite a life and that life is chronicled in sofia princess suffragette revolutionary it's been written by anita anand and she's here she is causal say i should say presenter ventiaan's on radio for guarding earning good morning jeff sat tell us a bit about a because some well she thought on a household name she she's not yet ab hefley that all changes when stump comes out and says she was the daughter if the last maharajah of penjab she was the goddaughter of queen victoria she lived at hampton court palace she was a fashion icon of the day and actually for the first half of highlight pretty pointless she went to every party that was there that was going and then she had no pippen a political epiphany she went on a on a bans trip to india and suddenly a political conscience wake up in her she had the nationalist in in india they have a a phrase in in hindi at odds though about give us a voice give us a voice and when she came back to england she had the same cry coming from the mouths of the suffragette said she threw herself body pocket spirit everything she put everything on the line for the suffragette court at what cost well at immense costa.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Storynory

Storynory

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Storynory

"Birdies history hello this is richard anaheim here with the second in our series about a boy and the bird fittingly enough it's cold birdie in this parts we learn more about birdie and a little history too when mom had left the rim jake asked birdie if he would like some banana buddy said i'll guest please and jake pick to slice out of his yogurt and let him take it with his beat from his fingers jake eight a few spoonfuls of yogurt and thought about all the birdie had told him eventually he asked how come you so old when you've lived as low as i have you get ouled said birdie but at out fail old i feel just like i did when i was a young fledgling when we stat us jake borrow back in a time of king alfred said the crowd you've heard of him right who's heath one had lots of wife's now alfred was that want to burn the cakes how yes i know he he he fought the vikings that's right i'm glad i still teach a bit of history i'll help tell for it when he dropped his ringing the marshes are found it gave it back to him and as a reward he told his magician to make me live forever it could do that for birds you now but not for other beings like humans that really kumla said junk itself had lots of fun on you'd lots of king's including henry the ain't thing was the one with the wives for the state down the road from hebron hampton court palace.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"My local unlike football teams therefore my favorite is parliament hell lie die at the edge of hampstead heath the sixty meter poll is surrounded by a great to listed art deco building and has a great cafe and basic changing rooms parliament hellidon is unique in the uk as its lined completely in stainless steel it gives the water a distinct shimmer and makes it almost impossible to walk the shallow and heading south brooke while ido in lambeth also boasts a grey to listing but also has a gym and jacuzzi although they do cost extra and a really nice cafe both around heated and open all year round although water temperatures can drop to around four degrees in the winter take a wetsuit and cold water swimming isn't your thing that had to hampton pond in the southwest of london right on the edge of bushy park and very close to king henry the eights hampton court palace this thirty 36 meter police opened 365 days a year i even attended a christmas eve night swim nastier glow sticks included and his heated to an almost uncomfortable twenty eight degrees those in east london can head to london failed lie dive similarlysized the santa doesn't get a debt sorry santer the seventime lieto in inverted commas is a small section of a second time lake in hyde park and is home to the second time swimming club the oldest in britain famed for that christmas day swim for members only and finally tooting back lied the bam off of outdoor swimming belts by unemployed locals in the 1930s who just kept on digging this poll is ninety meters long and thirty meters wide.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The capital boasts almost twenty outdoor swimming pools mostly belts around the 1930s during the lines i bohm when holidaying abroad was far too expensive for the average brit as travel became cheaper and more headed overseas many of allied has closed or fell into disrepair however a small and face the local community of lighter uses new these are far too valuable to let fall into the hands of soulless developers have claimed so many other landmarks around the city and whips up the support to maintain redevelop and reopen the polls to their former glory fences swim let's take a toll my local i'm like football teams therefore my favorite is parliament hill lie die at the edge of hampstead heath sixty meter poll is surrounded by a great two listed art deco building and has a great cafe and basic changing rooms parliament hilado is unique in the uk as its lines completely in stainless steel it gives the water a distinct shimmer and makes it almost impossible to walk the shallow and heading south brooke while ido in lambeth also boasts a grey to listing but also has a gym and jacuzzi although they do cost extra and a really nice cafe both are unheated an open all year round although water temperatures can drop to around four degrees in the winter take a wetsuit and cold water swimming isn't your thing that had to hampton pond in the southwest of london the rights on the edge of bushy park and very close to king henry the eights hampton court palace this 36 meter police and 365 days a year i even attended a christmas eve night swim nastier glow sticks included and his heated to an almost uncomfortable twenty eight degrees those in east london can head to london failed lie died similarly sized the center doesn't get a debt sorry santa the serpentine lighter oh in inverted commas is a small section of a seventime lake in hyde park and is home to the second time swimming club the oldest in britain famed for that christmas day swim.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"My local i'm like football teams therefore my favorite this parliament hill lie i at the edge of hampstead heath the 60meter poll is surrounded by a great two listed art deco building and has a great cafe and basic changing rooms parliament hilado is unique in the uk as its lines completely in stainless steel it gives the water a distinct shimmer and makes it almost impossible to walk of the shallow end heading south while ido in lambeth also boasts a grey to listing but also has a gym and jacuzzi although they do cost extra and a really nice cafe both around unheated an open all year round although water temperatures can drop to around four degrees in the winter take a wetsuit it's called water swimming isn't your thing that had to hampton pond in the southwest of london what's on the edge of bushy park and very close to king henry the eights hampton court palace this thirty six meter police open three engine sixty five days a year i even attended a christmas eve night swim nastier glow sticks included and his heated to an almost uncomfortable twenty eight degrees those in east london can head to london failed lie died similarly sized the santa doesn't get a dip sorry santa the seventime lighter oh in inverted commas is a small section of a seventime lake in hyde park and is home to the second time that swimming club the oldest in britain famed for that christmas day swim for members only at finally tooting back lighter the bam off of outdoor swimming belts by unemployed locals in the 1930s who just kept on digging this poll is ninety meters long and thirty meters wide and can hold one million gallons of water making it the largest outdoor freshwater poll in europe.

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"hampton court palace" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"hampton court palace" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Where i live you know the what has led up to the modern home thank you lucy lucy wars lease chief curator at historic royal palaces that's the independent charity that looks after kensington palace state apartments the tower of london hampton court palace and others in london and she's author of a book called if walls could talk and intimate history of the hall if you'd like to hear more you can get the audio version of luci's book for free from audible just go to audible dot com slash something that's audible dot com slash something and sign up for their free thirty day trial and free audio book download and then just search for lucy worsley wor s l e y lucy wars lease book if walls could talk that's audible dot com slash something raise your hand if you like confrontation yeah most of us think of confrontation as something to avoid at least until things get so bad that then we just have to explode and then the confrontation turned into a fight and nothing gets accomplished but what if there was a better way well apparently there is according to barbara packed her barbara packed her is somebody i've known for a long time she's an expert on business etiquette and she is really good at helping people deal with other people several years ago she wrote a book called the power of positive confrontation and more recently released in audio cd called the power of positive confrontation the skills you need to handle conflicts at work at home online and in life welcome barbara good to talk to you again and so this idea of positive confrontation seems like.

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