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"hertfordshire" Discussed on ESPN FC
"We're counting down the last few hours of this wretched twenty twenty but Hopefully you can do it in our company. Yes of course and don't worry. We'll be back on monday. We'll be talking more football but We got a pretty packed. Show because we had laliga We have united three points off the top of the table with a game in hand. Just no doubt exciting and of course drills. We have to start with. What's happening here in in the septic. I'll kingdom We've had more than one hundred thousand positive cases in the last forty eight hours in the general population. We've had a whole raft of cases in the premier league and we've had the cancellation of everton against manchester city. And fulham against spurs feels like everything is going off and now all of a sudden until now you know we're not gonna variants or whatever but until now we're facing the reality that we really have a congested fixture list Things could be going off the rails. Your is really rolling. We had i think. Eighteen cases eighteen positive cases in the whole of the premier league test. This week was the highest. We've had the hot even biking the pandemic biking the restart. we never had that many in the pandemic. this is but you have to. You have to explain to me and to everybody watching listening. I thought if you had fourteen players fit and ready to play you could play. You should play you again. How come there's two games were postponed. Where for for months itchy. We hit the just five players who negative and for food. We don't even know how many full renew it might be just one and then and then they game was postponed. Okay alex players because it's caused a ton of confusion okay So the rule in the premier league is an was going into the season That you have if you have fewer than fourteen fit players including one goalkeeper Then you basically automatically get to postpone a match okay. But that's not the case here right. That is not the case he apprec. We don't this is part of the problem is we don't know how many players they have Because this is one of the big screw ups here. There's a complete lack of transparency from everybody involved. Right who'd clubs issue statements odu. Privacy went wear privacy privacy. What right by the premier league told us and it's a bit one of those like one of those things if you remember Animal house double secret probation or no but yeah that's the rule but then we also decide on a case by case basis. Okay okay maybe wanna put that in the rules. You decided case basis this most important things. Paris health right. Yeah of course man city fans because obviously given that it's man city. People started drawing all sorts of conclusions. Housing safety is you single. Most important thing and also. I don't think manchester city gues- any kind of real advantage here from postponing this game. Because if you look at their fixture list. I think in the next three months. They have one free advance. If they cup they have one free mid date okay. So let's be clear on this manchester city. Do not get any kind of advantage from. Yeah that said. I would have liked but it's not manchester city's job it's the premier league's job to come out and say okay. We said we choose. We decided on a case by case basis. This is the situation with manchester city. We've had these many positive tests and these doctors. These independent doctors have looked at it and said there is the possibility of a flare up and they were tested on this day. These people tested positive where we can only give their names. that's fine. these players sit positive these many players because right now what. We have is a whole bunch of rumors and uncertainties and well-done everton for coming out and demanding transparency. Here demanding clarity saying okay. What happened with manchester city. They shut down their training ground. Then the next day everybody tests negative again. Because i think it's a legitimate suspicion that this has a lot to do with the testing regimen. Which isn't particularly good number was twice a week once a week. Yeah i think. It's a legitimate call by manchester city doctors to make look we got these tests back on the twenty fifth right. We had two guys positive then. We did another round test and we had all these ace symptomatic all these guys who had not tested who tested negative. But we're showing symptons and because it takes time from the infection to you to actually test positive. We had a legitimate fear. That's fine that's right. I want a statement. That says that i want to stay in from the primarily. That says that. I won't transplant. And that's what ever jenner asking for and that's right. Yeah but this is the premier league this. This is not the league south of hertfordshire with on the morning. This is the best league in the world and marina was right yesterday marino and his players had no idea that game against fulham would happen or not traveled to the stadium. They were ready that or do they didn't know how do we prepare do we do. We get changed. Do we think about what do we than four hours before kickoff. And of course he's sends he sends a tweet out saying it's less than four hours to kick off just waiting and of course he's costing he's right. This is the premier league you can treat or funds around the world. You own players. You own manages your own clubs like that. Just canceling a game two or three hours before kickoff. this is another way works for the custer's who've been millions of money who waiting for the game and instead would have to show like some other no. us series in story. Whatever you know how you do things. I think you can cancel. I have no problem with them canceling. They could cancel it while the players walked down the tunnel if they think it's unsafe. But you owe it to your fans you to your stakeholders twenty.
"hertfordshire" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"If you'd said shit or and that's that's where where that's where we're at where we were at. Now you know decades later howard. Stern gets half a billion dollars per saying venus. Yeah but you can't say cheddar right exactly and if you do over the air you can get find like three hundred and twenty five thousand dollars. Yeah that's a big buck. Yeah that's a big fuck. It's a big All right so a very virtual christmas without tears is airing now. It's playing all weekend. It's great 'cause it supports performers and live music venues. The little guys not the big guys because they can take care of themselves but the the the the people that are hurting right now and the venues that are hurting right now So nuggets dot tv or judo and dot net hertfordshire dot com. And it's there. Yeah judah dot net thank you so much ways. It's even like this and hopefully one of these days in person again. Yeah so have. A appetites unhealthy christmas though seriously holiday. Whatever that might be happy christmas. Kwanza harry i'm going to take us out with one of the songs from your album. What what's album the many moods of donald trump and this one. I've got a video for executive time so we'll play the game and and thank you guys. It's great seeing you. Congratulations on the. They're adorable and i'll send you another email about painting your puppy smashers. I want you to now. You got it and harry shearer. Thanks to you guys. I can't wait to see the show and thanks for joining us today. By by all right take care. Bye bye all right. So as i said this. Is harry shearer from the many moods of donald trump. It's called.
"hertfordshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"Total is seventy two percent spotless days. and. The neutron count is nine point six percent above the space age average, which is rated as high. Thank you US new. Welcome Kyle. This NPR space news report. was brought to you by Dolan? School. And Electric Universe. If you would like to donate to sneak rose. NPR. Go to the freaking pyramid scheme. Now for other news. There's too much gold in the universe. No one knows where it came from. This story on Earth Mystery News by David at a gone. Atta gone. Something is raining gold across the universe, but no one knows what it is. Here's the problem. Gold is an element which means you can't make it through ordinary chemical reactions though alchemists tried for centuries. To make the sparkly metal, you have to bind seventy nine protons and one hundred eighteen neutrons together to form a single atomic nucleus. That's an intense nuclear fusion reaction. But such intense fusion doesn't happen frequently enough at least not nearby to make the giant trove of gold we find on earth and elsewhere in the solar system. And a new study has found the most commonly theorized origin of gold collisions between neutrons stars can't explain Gold's abundance either. What. So where's the gold coming from? There are some other possibilities including Super Nova's so intense they turn star inside out unfortunately, even such strange phenomena can't explain how. Blended out the local universes blamed blamed. BLINN JD. Looks like blends take. The universe got a lot of playing buddy. Okay even strange phenomena can't explain how blamed out the local universe is the new study finds Sh-. Neutron Star. Collision Build Gold by briefly smashing protons and neutrons together. Into Atomic Nuclei. Then spewing those newly bound heavy nuclei across space regular Supernova. You can't explain the universe gold because stars massive enough to fuse gold before they die, which are rare become black holes when they explode said Cherokee Kobayashi an astrophysicist at the University of. Hertfordshire. In the United Kingdom and lead author of the new study. And in a regular Supernova that gold get sucked into the black hole. So what about those Autre Star Flipping Supernova? This type of star explosion a so called magneto rotational Supernova is a very rare Supernova spinning very fast. During a magneto rotational Supernova dying star Spin. So fast and is wracked by such strong magnetic fields that it turns itself inside out as it explodes. As it dies the star shoots white-hot jets of matter into space, and because the star has been turned inside out, its jets are chock full of Gold Nuclei. Stars that fuse gold or at all. Stars that fuse gold at all are rare. Stars that fuse golden spew it into space like this. Are. Even. Rarer okay..
"hertfordshire" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I mean, it's Talas anyways. I. Don't believe in sickness but even all that I do my own stunts, right? By. The country actually does them. She is so. Tom Stars is video by driving past. Buckingham Palace where a group of fans on bicycles recognize them seeing the funny side to act jokes the camera. How does that happen? I'm wearing a mask tom pulls up. That's. Like your, you know a man ain't gonNA cover the fact you Tom Cruise he pulled right. Here's a joke you up to. where he houses in front of the film poster, he says here, we are back to the movies. The video then sees the Hollywood star sitting in the movie theater why wearing his mask surrounded by other cinemagoers? Oh. My God. But everyone in there has on a mask everybody got on a man and his dad even like. They can actually go to the movie theater because everybody got on ask like they still should be six feet apart. But still what does that even like the all have done enough to be able to normal shit. At the why watching a special screening or Christopher Nolan ten clapping Tom stands up and says great to be back in a movie theater everybody I. Loved It. He critically catching a video big movie big screen. Loved it. crying a single crocodile tears because I might never get to experience this movie shout Tom Cruise thinking he was so important day he told the filmgoers I loved it like He. Turned to the people. Are Like Oh man I had a great time. Yeah. Welcome. I'll talk through video. Now's me I'm living in I'm out. Yeah I. Know It was a pleasure to watch a movie with me. y'All. Lucky. What? For everyone my president, the president, which is. The move women terrible Oh God that was horrible anyway y'all have a good. We still say it was great. It comes at the time while cool and in control as he landed his helicopter at the Battersea Heliport on Monday let it is. Of course last month the Hollywood star you got licensed in a he flew he's built just like a Harrison Ford last month holly was dollar spotted landing the helicopter on Richmond Golf Course. I'd much to the surprise of his members got what is his life like? He could just be like I'm GonNa just lay in a helicopter on a golf course and the members I surprised because no one fucking knows Tom Cruise going to land the helicopter golf course all own eighth green. The movie star recently resumed filming on mission impossible seven eight at brother. Studios Levy Leavesden or eleven in Hertfordshire let's go seven and eight filming could star backup at the British. Government gave the green light from production due to filmmakers being exempt from certain quarantine rules. Tom Reportedly discussed filming logistics with Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, video chat the government said it will publish the.
"hertfordshire" Discussed on The Leader
"Seem unprepared? At the start of lockdown, the government was nimble and creative keeping businesses alive and people in work but we don't hear as much now from the chancellor who seems to have cut back on his artful photo opportunities. The Prime Minister has gone to Hertfordshire today to be seen wearing a hard hat on a construction site, but that isn't going to help anyone. Was the policy substance what's being done to support your time working until economic demand returns? Why don't we support a new generation of volunteering to keep people occupied if jobs can't be found? The test of government is how it copes with national disaster. This is a test, the prime minister cannot afford to fail. Consumer Business Editor Jonathan Printers with me Johnson. We knew this was coming, but it still looks bad. It's it's all beginning to. The latest figures which we have up to July, from the show that they're seven, hundred, thirty thousand people throwing away from company employers in July than there were March and the number of people signing on for what related benefits is more or less doubled to two point seven million. But what about things like the Filo scheme if they've done nothing to stop the unemployment rate rising absolutely the fellow scheme has been an absolute lifesaver. If without furloughs scheme, things would be desperately desperately worse than they are now the fellow scheme as effectively puts on. What many favor will be far worse Job Colin come the autumn. It has preserved jobs for for many millions of people for a long period of time and I think. I. Think Credit has to be given to the chancellor. For coming up with the game and making it work something without them the situation be far bleaker. But we do have the biggest hike since two, thousand, nine, seven, hundred, and thirty thousand jobs have been cut since the start of the pandemic. It's not over yet what happens next I guess the key as is well several key tomorrow we get the the figure on on on the second quarter GDP, which is absolutely known to confirm that we're in recession our as if we didn't already know, but it'll be it'll be the official confirmation that will had two consecutive quarters of negative GDP. So that's what the. Economists. How the economists define a technical recession. So that will be confirmed tomorrow looking further ahead, various schemes. That's of helps keep the economy going. We'll will reach that conclusion of the next few months aides out to help out, which is another big success story not that ends the this month but more importantly, the follow scheme starts to taper down and then finally comes to an end at the envel- Tober I think all the the city is really holding its breath and economists just waiting to see. that. Point how many of those fellow workers will be able to return to their jobs and how many will be let go and I think the fair is a very, very large. We'll be let go and the t you see the ministers have to act now to protect jobs but is there anything more government can do? Well I mean they they'll have thrown the thick under four hundred billion at this year and that's not something that they can repeat era after year after year, we just not rich enough as a as a country to do that I think what you see and and some others are. Calling for is an extension of the furloughs scheme deeper into the winter at least two further stave off the the the the big job loss wave the everyone's fearing but I suspect on my belief is the government won't do that. They just feel that they said on the record, the prime minister said on the record. Has To be a point. Where the government support measures come to an end as I say, extremely expensive hundreds of billions of pounds and I suspect come the end of October and the first November that will be pretty much it. So is this why some of those economists who you've spoken to colonise the lull before the storm? Yeah. Very much sure i. mean the the numbers though they sound spied and they're not they're not great. I mean the good thing is we were starting. From a very, very low base of unemployment historically liked by someone of my age grew up in an era of three million unemployed for year after year after year I'm we were we were down about half that level before the pandemic struck. So this you know we're a long way yet from the worst position of of previous recessions but Yeah. I just I think the bears were heading possibly towards three million unemployed by end of this year or next year. Any, hope for optimism there is some of the figures released by their own s today were slightly more encouraging. Number of vacancies has risen slightly and I I I think as as the economy emerges from lockdown and. People went back to shopping went back to restaurants, pubs, and so on. That will be something of recovery and hopefully the the the worst phase of the the more pessimistic city do mangas can be avoided but It's it's. It's GonNa be a long dot winter. I think. And that's the leader you can keep up with all the latest developments with the Evening Standard Live blog, which you'll find at standard dose coat UK, and we also have morning briefings available at seven am through your smart speaker just as the news from the Evening Standard. This podcast is back tomato at four. PM..
Fred and Rose West: A Murderous Relationship
"Frederick Water West. I'm rose Marie Pauline West Fred and rose where the Jew of serial killers answer rapist. Who killed at least a dozen young British girls included several of their own daughters. Fred was born in a small town of much marcle in Hertfordshire. He was the second of six children by Fred's own. Admission Sexual Abuse. Various kinds will come in the house owed. Fred claimed his father had sexual relationships with his daughters and taught him about bestiality. He was also suspected. That Fred's mother started sexually abusing him when he was twelve though. Fred never admitted this and his never been confirmed when Fred was physically punished for doing badly in school. He showed aptitude woodworking artwork. His mother was a piece and often dress. Unattractively often went to the score in person to yell at the teachers doing so fred left school at the age of fifteen and was almost illiterate. The only job he was a farmhand at sixteen he became more attracted to girls and at the age of seventeen. He was in a motorcycle accident that put him in a coma for a week. This led to a metal plate being inserted into ahead after breaking one of his legs. It was permanently shorter than the other. He was subject to buy temper and often have violent bursts of anger even two years after the accident. Fred hurt his head yet again when he stuck his hand up girl's skirts and she pushed him down a forest. The agent nine thousand nine. He was convicted of molesting a thirteen year. Old Girl though he didn't serve any jail time at the time because his doctor said he suffered from epileptic fits. After this he went to live with his sister was by the rest of his family. Fred got work on the construction site but was fired for stealing from his workplace. At the age of twenty one is family. Let back into their lives and he moved back to much marcle. He resumed a romantic relationship. With an ex girlfriend Catherine Rena Costello who had been a petty thief when they first dated and she moved onto prostitution. Rini was already pregnant with the chart of Pakistani mine. They married Captain Chart to explain why the baby was half Asian. Friday meaner read to the parent to say that the baby died in childbirth chart. Code-named Charmaine Carol was adopted. They married in November a move to Scotland together. The couple had a child that owning July nineteen sixty four court. Ameri joining this time. Fred worked as an ice cream truck driver. The gave him plenty of access to available young women in the area. The life in Scotland came to an end when Fred accidentally run over a four year old boy with his truck. They Saxton wasn't deemed Fred's fault and after which Fr move with his family as well as ice McNeil who was their nanny. Anon macphail. A friend of Costello backed gosh very good job in a slaughterhouse. Shortly afterwards Murray filed an Costello went back to Scotland coming back in July nineteen sixty six for daughter only to discover their Freddie started a relationship with macphail in nineteen sixty seven. It fell became pregnant when French todd and tried to get him to divorce. Kosta Fred killed and dismembered and buried. Her Costello finally left read a few months later. Leave in that children with him. Fred is suspected of killed again in January. Sixty eight when fifteen rosemary. Boston disappeared from of bustle. After the death of his mother in February Fred Start committed a lot of petty thefts and change jobs after joining stint as a bakery truck driver. He met his future wife and accomplice rose. Rosemary was born rose me. Let's in Devon England nineteen fifty three. The house out was trumpeted abusive father. Bill was constantly disciplining UH siblings and a mother of a daisy become pregnant with Rosemary and she'd received electroconvulsive therapy as treatment for severe depression growing up. Rosemary was sexually abused by father. She wasn't very bright overweight and she was often teased. I'm responded by TAC nobles aggressively when she was just a teenager. She became more sexually active and was called getting to bed. Whatever younger brothers and sexually abusing him. A father preventive from data boys ver- own age though she did she relationships with overman where she lived. One of these men took advantage of rape them when rose was fifteen another finally had enough abuse and two rows and moved in with one of our daughters and her husband. Rose started spending more time with male companions later that same year. Rosemary moved back with her father not long after there. She met Fred last. P. Was twelve years her senior. Father objected to fred seeing her. Fred had done several stints in jail for theft and he fade failed to pay his fines of other previous offenses around. This time rose became pregnant with his child could have their. She also took care of his children. Rose treated her stepdaughters badly. In the summer of Nineteen seventy-one Rosemary. Snaps and killed Chaumet. She severed the bodies fingers and toes. I'm Fred Barrett under the kitchen floor in August. One Thousand Nine hundred seventy one costello disappeared when she came looking for Charlemagne because body was found to have its fingers and toes cuts off. When it was discovered Fred as a result was suspected of being the killer Fred and Rosemary on January twenty nine nine thousand nine hundred seventy two. Fred encourage rose to have sex with other men who for money and fun and the Often Watch. He took pictures and post them in magazines and ads for prostitution. In June seventy two he had never daughter Mae West at this time. Gt expanded family and roses business. They moved to twenty five Cromwell street where they can carry out their rapes and murders rose still working as a prostitute from our home had rooms fitted with people's for Fred to us and he hung a red light outside to tell the children not to enter. Rose gave birth to hover children over the next few years seven in Tokyo with three of them fathered by Fred in October. Seventy-two Fred and rose hired a young woman named Catherine Owens. To work for them is a ninety for that children. They made sexual advances on her and she declined every time. When nine December they both unsuccessfully tried to seduce her and how it a captive overnight Fred Fratton to let some of his friends have her killed her. She complied the next day. They released A. She went to the police though. She pressed charges. Fred was able to convince the court was forced. Had Been Consensual. He rose would just find for the INDECENT ASSAULT OVER NEXT SIX YEARS. They killed at least eight. Women made their way to twenty five Cromwell street as even lodges or employees the I was Lynda Gough. She was the seem stress to the WES. Cow Keeper had disappeared while walking home from a movie theater. In December Lucy Catherine plotting ten disappeared from. Stop while we're on our way home. After Christmas. She was murdered by Fred rose. Who adopted her? How to captive for a week over the New Year? I'm raped and tortured her and then killed her on January. The Third Fred was treated for which had been believed to be inflicted when he dismembered partner from nineteen seventy four to nine thousand nine hundred seventy five to nineteen seventy six seventy seven. Seventy eight seventy nine five more women therese single Haga Shirley Hubbard Genetic Marian Motte Shirley Ann Robinson Alison Chambers met. The same fair is unknown if the was killed in the following years if they hadn't it's improbable but the bodies were buried on the property
"hertfordshire" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Just. How severe have these latest flood? Spain and where has been worst affected where we seen all parts of Britain really affected by storm? Denison care in one way or another whether it's travel disruption heavy winds are strong rain. Josh holiday is the Guardian north of England correspondent for the worst affected areas of being from South Wales into Worcestershire Hertfordshire and Shropshire and is in those parts of the countries. Where we've seen a handful of deaths and as we have from caroline many of these places have never seen this sort of flooding before with us. What's remarkable about storm? Dennis is that it seems to have affected really badly areas that haven't seen but for at least ten years a lot of time you talking about the first bad flood in generation. It's the worst. Flooding Hertford has ever seen the river. Wye has hit record levels consuming entire streets. You know you're talking about river levels. I haven't been seen since records began two hundred years ago. How have towns in in south Wales benefit to particularly by this one of those areas it's been affected is the town of Pontypridd which is just north of Cardiff in south Wales and on Sunday? We saw the entire town centre underwater shops completely submerged stock alone in years. Probably were two three four hundred thousand worth of jewelry and the people don't understand and appreciate we've built this business for a very very long time and one of the only independent and we've seen six hundred people displaced there and and being bees in hotels. There's apparently modern thousand homes and properties. They've been severely damaged. Spoke to the Welsh Lebron pay for pontypridd Alex Davies Jones. Who was out helping the clearer? Peifer over what she told me was the. It's just been absolutely heartbreaking to see the effects on people's lives what seems to have happened in. This area is that it's deprived communities that have been quite badly hit so people who couldn't afford the insure owns C can afford a four thousand pound flood insurance. So there's a lot of people on the street who have gotta a gun and in the cleanup operation as well. We've seen the authorities bringing dehumidifiers to people's homes but people can't afford to look these because it selectively they can't afford to use the dehumidifiers. So what would already be a difficult situation for? A lot of people is just made whole worse. How effective do you think the response to storm than has been in the worst affected areas do residents feel? It's been adequate. It's a mixed picture actually. In some of the areas affected the Environment Agency would say that the flipped barriers have saved forty thousand properties and that only six hundred properties of flooded around England. But that's a that's expected to rise but what a lot of people in these areas are saying is that while the forecast might have said. It is going to be heavy rain in our areas. They didn't necessarily realize or weren't told to prepare for their own houses flooding. So what we saw in some parts of south Wales was some dogs being dragged through floodwater Sunday. Morning when the worst of the damage horrid been done. And what is the government's response bane the government? Spain defensive from the very of the new Environment Secretary George Eustis was Open York on the someday immediately facing questions whether flip defenses had failed the flood infrastructure that we have in place the flip defense infrastructure has worked as expected and has put there is concern in some of these areas especially in south Wales. The you know the government doesn't seem to have responded to the scale of the disaster and I think it's fair to call disaster in these areas of infected as quickly as it should have done. There's been no Cobra meeting which is an emergency committee that meets in the Cabinet Office. We should of it. The the Welsh government also have responsibility in this. What have they been doing with the Welsh? Government have been praised for quickly responding to what happened but this morning I met with senior minister. Democtratic foot was out on the streets of Pontypridd the money now that we want to be able to make available to those families who were directly affected by flooding in Wales over last weekend on the weekend before what has angered people is that there's been no direct sign yet from the UK government the dealing with this. This being an absence of Boris Johnson. Who you might remember was quite quick to get to parts of these midland's that were flooded during the election campaign. There have been questions raised. About how useful. Boris Johnson vague video in the floods before Christmas when he was sort of very poorly mopping-up flooded spec savers muffin overflow. That was already dry and then there was a cafe over the road. That was really badly flooded. Didn't bother go into that one and the conservative he. Marconi actually said that the prime minister's presence this time might not be that helpful is great. Having Prime Minister looks good on telly. But do you know what I'd rather? He kept out of the way while the While the Environment Agency did that. Should he convened Cobra given how some people think? Cobra meetings often over show but they do at a reassurance to communities I think the is concerned from some experts not just locals and not just politicians that there isn't an overarching body. That's directing the emergency response for is an emergency across three countries is Wales Scotland and England. To deal with what is still a really difficult situation for low of thousands of homes and businesses. It feels like more and more. We're seeing these images in our papers and on the news of people being rescued on dinghies across the country is becoming more frequent in recent years. It does feel like there's been an increase in frequency and increasing severity to the floodlit. We've seen there's an awful lot going on with the weather over the next few days. Let's break it down and take a look at each element first and foremost storm Carolina. Some people say because the mets office started naming storm so they make headlines more easily Kayla's Desmond has claimed a second victim. Here is a rival. Lived up to the forecasters warnings. But it's not argued by any experts that the climate emergency as other parts of play bracing temperatures across the globe that means the air carries more moisture and results in sometimes extremely severe rainfall. Unt is incredibly unpredictable as well. This is a massive wakeup call in terms of climate. Change One of those people who's been very vocal about this is the local. Mp for Pontypridd Alex Davies Jones. And this is a big sign that the UK government needs to wake and tackle climate.
"hertfordshire" 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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"hertfordshire" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Afternoon, and Oxford circus, and it turned into a giant political street party right here in the center of London in the middle of this. Crossroads is a pink sailboat that somebody wheeled in and a bunch of robbers have been performing up on the sailboat and over here. I can see a bunch of people are serving food. I just couldn't couldn't miss it. I I just have to be here. L Spearman traveled inherently south west Birmingham. She's a high school senior who's participated in school strikes over climbed the change. The words action now are written motor for head the government unknown taking mysteriously we need people to acknowledge that actually we are in a state of emergency. And it's only gonna get worse than I am. Very Scott's my future. David Gilford is Hertfordshire coordinator for extinction rebellion the group behind the protests. We're looking for a zero carbon Britain by two thousand twenty five which means reducing emissions. Very seriously very rapidly. What soccer? Prices. Would we have to make? Beal on us. We would probably have to eat a lot more local foods so things would have to be grown locally not broken such a distance. I'm certainly people would probably have to fly less nearby. Mary Nash leans against the stop lake watching the protest. He manages drivers who deliver industrial parts here, but sends them home because the demonstrations may traffic impossible generally supports the protesters goals, but not their methods. I understand the reason why but. Thanks of us every guy pay to live in is sold. You'll has to work would you state with me? Yes. As that. In addition to Oxford circus demonstrators have taken control of marble arch Waterloo, bridge and parliament square extinction. Rebellion says it plans to expand its protests to disrupt London to service today. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London. This is NPR news. It's seventeen and a half. Now before the hour of seven and a time for another look at commute conditions this morning with that. Here's Joe McConnell. Still have the crash on northbound of the eighty split blocking two right lanes. If involving a car that's over turned on its side and traffic is backed up solid to eighty and the skyway. Westbound is backed up onto the West End of the upper deck of the bay bridge. Two at north eight eighty seven Jose seventeen. There's a stalled car still reported there. Eighty westbound at Hercules might be some pieces of metal in the two right lanes. And also back to the bay bridge might be stall westbound before. For the island right lane. Joe McConnell for K Q d all right? Thank you, Joe. And I think you're toast is done. That report brought to you by the crumbs and colitis foundation now six forty three. It's time for a listener commentary. That comes our.
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"I know. Christmas is next month. Shut up. I know the years just isn't it? Yeah. I remember talking to my wife's uncle wasn't. It was several months ago. He's very pragmatic Vietnam vet. If you ask him a question he's going to go straight to the answer. You know, we're having this discussion. I said man, Eddie, I it just seems like time is flying by because get them by age. It's like you. You're always shopping for Christmas. You're always thinking about Christmas or whatever the annual event is you know, he said it's your wake up, and it's it's Christmas. And then right after Christmas that seems like Christmas. Made me laugh. I was I was thinking, you know, with the with the hallmark with the hallmark channel already to the the, you know, the the the Christmas movies already Christmas commercials are all over the place. I started thinking to myself, you know, transsiberian is on orchestra and all the Christmas shows start here in the next week. Or to start thinking Christmas has become one sixth of the I saw I was watching something on AMC is watching the Walking Dead on my DVR, and they were showing like they're going to have like these like the twenty three. Awesome days Christmas, or something whatever they're calling it. And they just basically just really quick clips of the movies and things that are gonna show during that time between thanksgiving and Christmas. You guys are waiting until then. Mark started earlier this week. I have no, I know some people go crazy some people crazy for the early Christmas music, some people go absolutely crazy about, you know, a home hallmark. I know that the critics absolutely hate the the hallmark channel's. There's actually two channels the fact that they start moving. I have no problem with it at all if that if you don't like it then. You don't you don't watch it. There's there's there's two hundred and something cable channels out there, and satellite channels, and a lot of them have a lot of crap on there, you know, year long. If people get contentment out of out of you know, watching it in November, I'm fine with that. Here's the thing. What it doesn't have what those movies don't have is an agenda. They do have the right formula. However, yet say here's the former. Big city gal or. Goes to a small town. Okay. And in the small town, they somehow run into and sometimes they're literally the they're walking down the street, you know, in the town square because it's all done of Christmas. Right. It's snowing. It's not real snow is if not melting it's on everyone's jacket. It's not melting inside. It's not melting. And they they bump into oh. Pardon me here. Let me help you pick that up. Oh, why don't you watch where you're going? Well, why don't you watch where you're going? Oh, hey, are you going to the coffee shop? Yeah. Okay. Well, I guess I'll go to and then all of a sudden you find out. Well, whoever is on the big city side. Well, now, see I we don't know. We're too busy for Christmas. We don't we don't do. Chris- Christmas is great see here in our small town, America. It's. You know, we're we're American see we have flags and we love Christmas. You you. And and the coffee shops in those small towns are just perfect WalMart. I I wanna live writing is perfect. I wanna live in every one of those towns, I'm looking for property Zillow where are the hallmark counts. Where Zillow won't show me? But I. And then all of a sudden by the end of it, you know, they're kind of falling for each other. But then right, wait, wait, wait, they get into one last spat. Well, misunderstanding always a misunderstanding. At the end. They want. Each other. And he or she goes back to the big city. And while I should've never gone to that hokey little town Ray. What's your forgetting? No. At the beginning at initial break-up. Somebody's breaking up with somebody. And then the rebound by. Yeah. That's my ex and or whatever and and so inevitably on Christmas Eve, they come together they sing a song. And and this year, they're very there this year. Apparently, they're very big on baking. Yes, they call their baking for the autumn because they have the baking pumpkin pie baking cupcakes. They're baking the Christmas. A cookie recipe geeking has become a an and and by the way, I think it's a, you know, we're we're having fun. Because the we've after a few years of hallmark doing this. I figured out that there is a formula. But it's actually a wonderful formula. The thing is is that it it really doesn't carry over the the agenda. It doesn't carry. There's there's nothing in there where you you. It's like stress free TV. You're watching something. And it's it's not meant to be too. Involved. I have a woman friend of mine who says I always have it on on not even watching it. It's like background, right? And I went oh like I used to have on mash. Yeah. Right to run all the time. Just in the back in order for me. In order to. Right there. There's like a there's like a comfort zone. There's like a comfort zone, and you're not even watching it. But it's on in the background. You're doing stuff around the house. And then you come in and go, oh what a Jack say what did Jack McCoy say? Oh, wait a minute. There's a comfort zone. They finished the case. They're all sitting down in the DA's office drinking hard liquor. Well, it's you know, there's a certain comfort knowing that. You're prosecutors are always drunk after the big, right? Exactly come on. Let's go have some whiskey, but we won. I know we're going to have more with. Okay. But it's except for Lenny, right? It's I think too. It's you know, when you look at that, the clearly it's working for hallmark. It's successful. I heard they they were promoting it themselves. But they said they had there were the had the number one weekend last weekend. And and we we did it last year. We actually looked at their ratings and the I know last year they said by the time that they got to December. They had you know, forty million different impressions people watching their movies, right forty. I mean, that's that's huge for cable company. Huge amount. You know, that really otherwise didn't have a niche now they have niche because now it's all seasonal things, which if you think about the beginnings of their greeting card, you know, that the whole idea was like greeting card for every occasion right now, you have a movie season for every occasion. And it's it's kind of that same thing, you know, like Saint Patrick's Day. Well, you have a big. City guy who doesn't believe in Saint Patrick's Day. A small town gal who lives in Dublin. Hi, oh. And you know, the rest is the same. But if they have a spat, and then all of a sudden, they get together and drink a lot of green beer. No. Have you ever heard the the act- the actors that are that are in those movies? And they say, they're just, you know, they're they're just wonderful. They they love and you notice they have like the same core of of of probably twenty different actors, the male and female that are that are in it, and they actually promoted and they love they love the fact that it's consistent work. I'm sure, but they love the fact of just the the the attitude of making the the movies, they know they're not doing Shakespeare, right? And and, but they they know by the fan mail that they get that people look at it. And it is a you think about it. And you and I have had a lot of different discussions on Babs. Her resist album coming out that the agenda the left wants in everything they brought it in sports. They wanted in movies. They wanted in television. I heard that what's the show with oh the brainiacs. Oh, big bang theory. Yeah. Did you hear that? At the end. What's his name, the producer who did the same with a with two and a half? Check more would have that. You know, quick thing that flashes up there real little cards little cards, and apparently little card was anti-trump for the for the last, you know, a big bang theory. He just needs to get it in somehow there is no need. And it is you think about it in in television. It's the really the one they got criticized last year. They got criticized there's not enough African Americans. And as you pointed out the biggest movie, what was the train one? Yeah. The Christmas train or whatever Danny Glover was the here, which which was the biggest I think the biggest new one for audience last year, Danny Glover? So right. And even a socialist like Danny Glover, couldn't get his agenda and all right? But the thing is look at what has happened to cable television, the more you split things. The more you've got to find the niche ABC family became free form. Yeah. If they wanted to get away from that word family. They couldn't call themselves family. Ramming though, there was no way to call themselves family. So it changed. Okay. Great. That's that was their choice. Right. But if you look at at at hallmark hallmark has done is about, you know. Okay. Do you feel safe? I know you do this. Because I and I do it to you. And I have talked about it. I think on and off the air where you're you know, you you're visiting your parents. And you're thinking, you know, you're going to be there for a weekend or whatever a few days, and you're thinking, well, they probably like this movie. And there are things you don't consider. That it that are in the movie that when you're watching it with your parents, then all of a sudden the expletives or whatever start flying and you're going. Oh, yeah. Yeah. About that part, and you feel uneasy about that. Well, yeah. This is a movie channel you could turn on and leave it, and and it's going to be about, you know, you're not going to have to worry. If the kids are in the room, if the parents are in the room. If your parents are in the room, you're not going to have to worry about any of that. You're not going to have to worry about getting into any kind of political discussion as a result of watching it mine. Mine was when I had watched grizzly man, the first time and didn't know I'd watch the one. Yeah. And my parents, I I you know, I said you have to watch grizzly man hero. Yeah. Yeah. This guy that stays out with the grizzly bears for thirteen years and following gets eaten Timothy Treadwell and the the end of it where he goes into the expletive. Oh my goodness. I hadn't seen that version either. And there's my my my mother sitting in Hertfordshire closest to the TV show in her head just turn. I started laughing. I said I'd no idea. They did. I mean, it wasn't. It wasn't a big problem. But, you know, something when when I think of when I think of. Of of hallmark movies. I think about everything that I do in my life. And I love doing this job. You you know, that you know, how much I love doing this job. I know how much you love doing this job. It really is a passion. We feel so blessed that we have this show that we have at this time in history at the time that we have it. We love we love doing this particular show, but one of the MO the most favorite things in my life. And I recognize it every time it happens is when I go back to visit my mom and dad, and we have breakfast at a place called Marty's. It's a small breakfast place in Clarence center, New York, and it is you you could take it out of a hallmark movie. Now before hallmark started doing this. We've been going there for twenty years every time I go there. I sit there and there's the biggest smile on my face, and I tell my parents and my whoever else in my family's there. I said this is one of the best times of my life. Every time I come here, and it's just breakfast with you. And so what I think it is is we have the. Experiences in our life..
"hertfordshire" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"At six Ready for it's harvest, time on from, each, day, this week with civil Rosco Good morning and part of the joy of harvest week is that lots of people get. In touch with farming today with. News, of how the harvest is going on. Lots of memories of harvest pastors, well because free, to colleague got in touch she tweeted at. BBC farming today and she said I remember holidays on my aunts and uncles farm near third Croft growing up in the fields with a picnic for the man riding the tractor rabbit. Stew walking to the village for choir practice of milking by hand and Frieder it was the same for, me on my best friend's bomb takings farm in Shropshire driving a Land Rover probably, aged only about eleven taking the lunch to the blocks up in the fields jumping, bales of hay on the pony combining by the light at the harvest moon it ching all over from the channel We got program to make so I that's the producer Toby we better get on with it because. We, are in Hertfordshire this morning and we're. Looking at harvest two thousand eighteen, and it's been, a tricky one there's been a very long. Hot dry summer and that's had a big effect on what's been growing in the fields and we all with a young farmer this morning Allie hunter Blair who you may remember from. Channel four's first time farmers in two thousand thirteen and he's pretty famous on Twitter as well for his, hashtag combine karaoke where reminds along to songs and here it's a growing business because, they growing spring barley wheat and oilseed rape and win store at the moment and, if you have a listen to this This is ALI'S Bali how's it going alley That's quite an. Introduction combining, in spring, barley at the, moment and sadly it's. Been as you say a very hot summer the crop went in. About six weeks later than it, should've done we planted the twentieth of April which was the latest we've ever drilled. Spring barley in fifty years of being here and we've combined about. A week earlier than we should have done so it's basically six weeks less in the ground which is almost a third. Of its growing time out of the ground so suddenly the yield reflecting that were down about, thirty percents on what we, normally would, be but what's more of worries the quality this barley should all, go for the molting all designed for beer and we, think that are going to be quite high. Which is one of we have to meet and that's because, it hasn't yielded hasn't diluted throughout the grain but we'll have to say. We haven't had it sampled yet fingers crossed now if you can't fulfill your contract. With this Bali if the nitrogen not, right what's that gonna mean for the farm the traders tend to sting as. Quite hard if we can't fulfil our contract so we have got, quite a. Bit sold forward as. Malting barley there's different Contracts, would have different things but don't chances are that multi barley prices are. Actually going up at the moment because there is a shortage if we can't fulfill. Contract they will then deduct what the, price they have to buy the multi Bali out so what we sold it. And at the moment that's looking quite hefty so you might get, stung badly Yeah absolutely we might get, stung we are actually just combine the Riverland at the moment which floods lot but in a dry year it's. Fantastic for holding on I, suppose so I'm hopeful that we may have some down there that meets the quality. And you also Harvey sweet and all rape here and because prices are. Going up could even out you Yeah absolutely I think actually we do much better in a. Dry year with. High prices than we do in a sort of normal year with low prices. And I think we'll end up averaging out sadly I. Did, sell a bit too much forward this year with the benefit hindsight would have held. Onto it yeah I think yields weren't awful they were down about twenty. Percent on the weeds and, the seed ripe so not terrible prices are up probably more than twenty percent, on what they were last year so we'll probably end up exactly where we. Were before well we're, looking forward to find out more about the harvest on the farm this morning let's find out a, little bit more about the picture around the country, let's hear from Sean spiraling who's chair of the association of, independent crop consultants. In, cereal. Crops in particular the. Net result of a drought in any season as you'd get potash deficiency, so we ended up we, tripled grind the plant can't, move the. Potassium round to get up to the where it's needed and that is reflected in the stables as well because we're seeing this phenomenon this year which is pink straw it's not straw You're not Fusarium pink. It's the leaves themselves and that's a massive store potassium in the straight. Self so the. Net result is we we need sunshine to ripen but we also need rain. To fill the grains I it's a very complicated problem. That, we find ourselves in because we've gone the damage I believe was actually done in. The winter it's not necessarily the similar that's done all the damage in. Terms of at cereal crops, and pays and Baynes it's the wet winter weather in wet feet for so, long we lost a lot of the fibers rates and then when you haven't. Got a an adequate, root system to hold on, to moisture which you may or may not be within the sole depending, on the show that's when you get an issue, when it comes hot and dry for so long as it. Has this year Have you got any early indications about what that's done to. Yield yet which certainly saying a reduction in yield on where we would normally be clearly oilseed rape showed it I where you know a, lot of firms my. Fans included we would, be disappointed in a normal year with less than four. Point two to four point five, tons per hectare this year, we're very happy with three point two five to. Three, point five tonnes per hectare so we down probably I would say fifteen to twenty percent down on oh seat rape yield would. That be the same as well coming up to the barley and the week winter Bally's it so h very. Variable across the UK so it's well-structured soils which you've coped. Best they share and on the winter Bali's. On some of my land on the Lincolnshire Haith for example we quite happy with bait, and a half to nine tons per hectare winter and what about the impact, on food production and for those of us who are going to be shopping or buying a pint of beer You know what kind. Of impact will that have on, our, bread and our bear, I, have absolutely no. Doubt that price should in the shelves, will get up it's all today, with supply, and demand. Clearly now the farmer won't say an awful lot of that but this season we are seeing better. Prices because the yields are poorer and. It may not be a bad thing that. People appreciate actually it's quite important that farmers have a good year and the price of. Food gonna, go up and each because farmers having a bad year yield y it may. Not be as bad as it looks and to be quite honest civil it's not good but it could have been an awful lot worse Crops expert.
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"Probably because it is also poly because she sprang trouble after we was just the end of a salvage hundred years war between english and french site bridging president putting english french so that'd be quite a lot of city because she's french but he's still sip because her supporters come from the north as well i think that has a lot to do with that and remember a lot of this is propaganda is produced in london and they don't like northerners northerners are an an uncontrollable rabble essentially and so i think obviously it was very important to have that support but it could be painted very darkly by the yorkies propaganda especially when they're traveling down through england nassar of looting as they go and so on i'm bout division between north and south is exacerbated specially in that that's a really bitter war for nine hundred sixty one there's real propaganda of north or south and it makes us divisions really deeper embitter conduct because yonkers from the north well i'm hearing hearings land's pretty much throughout england he spent a lot of time at fathering hey in all low in in hertfordshire so i mean he's not despite his title he's not just a northern landowner i think the fact the hemi the sex comes to be regarded as a saint as well as significant here also because because he's holy because he's a saint because he's innocent then that means that somebody has to be guilty and it's not just margaret other people end up being guilty as well but i think it's never very easy being married to a saint i think for lots of reasons but i think that in itself has a bad effect on.
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"I can sit or something and i have no idea how i got there must have been the suggestion up on the youtube thing i even end up saying and then i went to move us blue cross in prison and then i ended up in prison spent any time in prison anyone listens to us in prison where we wanted to prison radio didn't we love to hear from people if you listen to us from prison please get in touch i remember some inviting to me from prison months off to a one papa lips really moving letter really long long letter i'm i hope i wrote back i'm sure if you wrote willa lesser imprison please let us note if he right back don't do that it'll be like the t shirts over who's been sending the t shirts out has been going sapien i had a great time in the post office i was on the floor in my hands and knees jiffy bags all around me writing out the addresses the lovely lady helped me with how to do all of that and off they flew and have any of them landed i wonder well we've had a picture i think i sent the move off teacher lossiemouth i remember the address is eighty five she lived in hertfordshire devon lottie retouched sent an email with a photo but i can't tell if his lottie wearing the shirt or if that's a friend wearing it but let us know lottie whoever's wearing it looks sublime of say peace you know see what's been your worm oh well gospel actually so this ning to nina hathaway i think name is who is donny hathaway's daughter singing song for you which is her father song and then i ended up buying a colorful as me which is which blows a puff of air because she attacked jack russell the other day needed stitches so i have to i'm gonna ring lady pat in the lead ladies being amazing but i feel mortified as me is will sister.
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"Bloomberg anywhere up karen crittercam thank you pepsico shares at one point two percent in early trading the company posting sales and earnings that topped analysts estimates last quarter s p futures down 12 and a half points dow futures down one hundred thirty two nasdaq futures down thirty five 10year treasury up seventhirtyseconds yields you point eight three percent and again this morning at i was seven point six zero that's a bloomberg business flash tomen john through so much churn greatly appreciated good morning to all of you of bloomberg one is six one of boston 991 newsroom in washington with our focus on fiscal economics will do a lot of that so they boomer limits reloads beautiful new york early morning nine six the bay area coast to coast siriusxm channel 119 and good morning bloomberg radio london and of course our digital product which goes from north linkage shire to what one does is truck shropshire what you tried to do the midlands hilas sucking sand of listeners in the uk just turning the right how do you say is of hera fruit scher hertfordshire hertfordshire had river gender can we in a commercial break noah got some ideas and so does sears who were getting some great emails this warning from united kingdom we appreciate you listening outside of london as well right now a lot to talk about in really the most important research note i saw this warning came off the desk assert so bank at copenhagen john hart he joins us right now john i thought you were just brilliant onion strength let's begin with yen straight what is the sex so bank target well i'm not sure we have a target we just have this idea that we've had to pay a trading rate for quite some time most of the twenty one away one fourteen and we know that one of the big macro variables out there when you're looking across markets ahead for signs of contagion from especially of course the the recent equity meltdown is needs to end the traditional risk for the global risk metric and so we think this a sup one away to risk is is a big one and then we could see volatility expand and and we're talking about a contagion environment suddenly hit contagion coming from from other sources not just to stick enough contagion where the government intervenes is this the.
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"London and of course our digital product which goes some north linkage shire to rutland ishra shropshire what you've tried to do the midland's here sucking sound of listeners in the uk just turning the right how dare say is of hera fruit shire hertfordshire hertfordshire had river virture can we terraced in a commercial break no i got in italy saudi arabia for thrilled though sears who were getting some great emails this warning from the united kingdom we appreciate you listening outside of london as well right now a lot to talk about in really the most important research note i saw this warning came off the discus sexwale bank at copenhagen john hart he joins us right now john i thought you were just brilliant on yen's strength let's begin with the end strength what is the sex so bank target i'm not sure we have a target we just have this idea that we've had a tight trading range for quite some time most of the between one away one fourteen and we know that one of the big macro variables out there when you're looking across markets ahead for signs of contagion from especially of course the recent equity meltdown is these gen a traditional risk for the global risk metric and so we think this us up on a way to risk is is a big one and then we could see volatility expand and and we're talking about a contagion environment suddenly hit contagion coming from from other sources not just to stick enough contagion where the government intervenes is this the way we get a not a currency war but currency intervention to occur while at some level that inevitably happen when you're talking about japan but added pretty easy for some time in terms of currency volatility so i think that level is a good clay far away probably cost hundreds of dollars in and it depends on the speed of the move as well as the the absolute level so we think just to mechanic said before we go along to thought why is this going to main and not taking fx vault because the ends quote a bit what is the racine that this upsets want me through it all the general assembly one of the safe haven asset not road because as you know it doesn't make much sense to some but if he if you look at the japan they recycle was savings at the master currentaccount.
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"Thursday injury salvage show you'll be talking like sub one from hertfordshire and now tie here's what i will be watching because it comes out literally tomorrow peaky blinder's season four on net flicks it's a show that you should probably watch with subtitles i tried not to at first i have no idea what those people are ever saying the blindess really it's it but it's a great show it's a fantastic show cillian murphy tom hearty appears and you'll recognize a lot of the british actors that are in it it's a fantastic television show i'm trying to master british slang myself particularly british black people slang i watched the movie uh attack the block the movie with john boyega the movie that kind of broken nose a n d kind of sifi whorish type of movie and him and his friends all play some thug doubt you know british people from the block and the way they talk is how i wanted talk now because it sounded so cool but does it with a british accent yeah it was like british but it was third doubt thug doubt british c i really wanna know what thawed out british sounds like 'cause i feel like that's not possible i'm gonna i'm gonna pull up some links in a move you've heard the because i i you know i watched he have seen the movie get out the guy who's in get out we episode of black mirror and i remembered seeing him and that and he had a british accent and then assam and get out just speaking like normal american guy and i thought to myself hm this is strange that you can like just change accent so easily all these people that are in film and i never even thought though that there was a a a quote who had rat whatever you want to call it it's going always sounds terrible some sort of variant of british like ghetto british others only country british you know kind of funny to you never see a go the other way as in you never see a american actor acting british and when they do a usually sounds stoop doesn't usually sound good it's called.
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"The hour this is a book that everybody who is on the farm auto read and see not just on the farm but it's written by a lady inning this lady name roseman young telling the story about how in her rural life in hertfordshire as she would be greeted by a herd of cows and she got to be vegas quote unquote friendly with them she was a little afraid of him little plural a lot of young children i find that life on it put off they scream these are the couto there's so big and there are really know what the cows are all about so that's with education especially in this era where nobody is really being very few children are raised on the farm a my my children t sometimes they're friends my door our would school in england as a matter of fact and and she used to drive around the country said with their friends and throw open the window of the vehicle when they're driving by a taken the breath and and a kid the cars out it's a terrible smell what is that negative say as manure doesn't israeli grade so anyway the if fastforward on this with cattle i think this goes for more dairy cattle frightening than it does for beef cattle and maybe that's because my experience is with dairy cattle and as i read through this book understanding the way cows produce better value the yours talking about this and another another adjunct earlier the cows that are treated in music cows that have names cows the people pay attention to and this brings around the what goes on on the small family farm versus what now never goes on on a factory fine the abkhazi just ordinance their objects they're not beings they are taken care of they're just there to get as much adam is they can over whatever life span they have and then they kelo but this lady his tapped into something that i have always said and people have thought i was crazy the that cows i've had friendships with cows over the years i grew up having friends when i didn't have any people friends the cows were my friends that's why i stop eating meat because the cows and my friends and ari my friends but there is a there he abused see cows together mothers and in an opera like a dairy farm you take the cavs away from the mothers.