6 Burst results for "James Autumn"
"james autumn" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"In some ways. I think that that probably is true. I think even since we've been here There has been a noticeable change in the in the demographic canal there are many more people a on just is actually just awarded demographic is sort of. That's one bad thing to say. It's just a satellite of cambridge and it really. Isn't i mean it really is a proper village in its own right and it has an identity and id. Yes we are in cambridge. But it's not mean trumpington. I think is slow to cambridge. As i think that has less of its identity but i think really is and then acoustical television program which is quite good. It was very good with james autumn. Isn't it slightly less good now but again at that has raised the profile. And sometimes you get a church and people will have come specifically to grant just to come in. Look at the church because they've seen it on television so i'm just gonna play the promo for the drama series crunches which is now in its fifth season and you guys may wanna listen to it on on the parish conscious fee to do down there i imagine. Do you feel like you're accepted as part of the village now twenty years. yeah definitely. it's important to get involved in live in this community. That's that's the point of it. That's points villages and it really that you people in you in you will. You will pull together. Feels like a village was a place that supported each other during covert and and everyone was there to look out for each other very much. I think we will complete east shocked by is and fact we. We have the loss of proportionate. I think there are lots of elderly people and grunge strategy people used to get a buy food for people. Get them prescriptions and just go in the talks them through the from the couldn't go to social distance. But yeah you just gain and anybody who wants anything so we went and drop leaflets. Who every and said this is the number to ring if you need anything and in just words incredibly well actually people felt that they were people looking out for them and an inspiration them if they need today which is important but it meant the burden was shad through a lot of different people which was which was good because there's no way that one person she could have done with that so it was an event that you met people that you had necessarily met before which was nice so i think that you know what will we had relatively good. Kobe lockdown uptake. You the first time. I think which was the worst the worst whether it was nice and stuff but it was the one worth that you weren't allowed to do anything go anywhere or whatever and i think. That was quite scary for lots of people particularly philip by themselves which the older people do say. Yeah it was it was it was. It was a good good effort. Shame my Best friend and i met when we were five at the graduate school which was Yeah as i said before like on the site of an original roman camp and actually kids would find ancient in the playground. Bizarrely like in england. Many of the schools are run by the church england. Which is actually pretty super weird. Anyway meant that. Shane and i had to sing. Turgid anglican religious songs every day. The old school meetings wasn't like for you shame. That was very difficult for me. Yeah i'm sure you. I think it was the same as every other school that you were supposed to have bilo. You're supposed to have Re so religious. Education is the National curriculum even though and i was just talking to the back. It's like i'd never actually been in the house but you remember. We go and steal their apples. We'll look this done. Think i've been thinking about this a lot lately. Because this time of year is is scrimping scrimping season and. We used to do a lot of that. And i can't scramble up walls like i used to be able to. And and it's a shame. Because i've got my eye on a couple of really nice apple trees in one night so i'll be thinking about the buckets. The buckets had these huge trees ferry large apples and they had lots of them. I mean that wasn't just an orchard and they didn't pick any and they were they. Were being apple's you couldn't scrimp six of them because you couldn't carry them back over the wall in and there was him but they were delicious. That were huge juicy and sweet and we were so scared. I remember just being petrified. We just thought they like the rope. Violence whereafter us we. I is a bit deliverance because they got so big right and there trees were intimidatingly. Large never seen apple trees that actually that would total. There were seventy foot trees and while we were about to six maybe they looked a bit bigger than there actually were but yes g. member like walking home through the meadows yes. Another some thing in cambridge is when you got two teenage years. We used to have parties in the meadows will come flipside or things that we walk on medical doc in midsummer in but it was a matching. Kids is still doing that now. I love it down. The meadows great on they. What would we have done without the meadows. I mean we had. We had a bull in those places in the summer. When you go back to grant still like. How's it changed. What's changed no no go. Carriage that sells the bowls of tenderloin lynam burdock in has the smith toys. My remember this math toys. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean i work great so yeah the garage do it. Now it is cooled cambridge distillery. It's a light gin distillery. Well you answered your own question there once once. Grantchester becomes gentrified and hips defied. Then that's how answering the question. How's it changed. I think that's i couldn't have anticipated that and we wouldn't have anticipated that women here at school in short trousers. So when this code a guarantee and then next to it was the teeny little police station. That was the it. Wasn't that the old english way was basically. You just get one police sergeant chaman house. And he doesn't come out for anything you could have had a mad exponential escaped from full or something and he wouldn't really if he was having his beans on toast he wouldn't come out. I remember him. What does it mean if crunches to become gentrified like what does it mean for village life like generally well. I would expect a lot of pop-up bullshit restaurants overpriced and kofi becomes a thing. I can't see that being a pop-up michelin star. Restaurant or a food. Truck is but they're always was efficient..
"james autumn" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"But he could act. Nice luke also analyze some of the facebook post that autumn wrote. He says the one where she refers to not caring about what people think and doing what she wants shows that she actually was really concerned with the opinions of others that combined with the handwriting analysis. Also offer some more clues. And i'm sure a lot of people would say oh. I don't believe you that you didn't know you shake in the previous a baby previously or that. He had a criminal record or spend two years in prison. A lot of people would probably be saying that tour and she's really concerned about how other people think about it. specifically she was say not stress or worry about what other people think of me and choice. Making 'cause i know what i'm doing see that she's very driven by what other people think that makes quite fragile in her. Handwriting shows impulsivity and the probability of acting on the impulsivity. The lean of the letters. And then you have one letter in a word leaning even further especially the d's. That's an impulsivity andy trait. I was kind of surprised by this. But luke said that facebook posts are actually a really good source of information on an event or person state of mind. Because he says they're usually uncontaminated and what he meant by that. Was there closer to train of thought writing. That's just unfiltered. It's usually not very considered or careful and it's in the person's own words with no prompting from anybody else. It is right what had happened so they didn't have time to think about it or think. About what about how they're going to they're going to say. And that's exactly the opposite of what we got from the interviews. The detectives conducted with tyler woes. Negative about the interviews was the detectives doing most of the talking. Almost all of it and you actually want the subject to to give you eighty percent of the language. You don't you. Don't want to interrupt them. You don't want to you. Want them to tell you what happened without prompting them because as soon as you prompt them you've added language of your own and they can tear that language back and it makes the deception easier for people a yes or no question is easy. Wanted deceptive on is only to say one word and be deceptive. So it's less stressful at the end of the day. Luke says that he believes based on the evidence he's seen it's more likely that autumn took her own life but he's not absolutely convinced and he does think more investigation should take place before making a determination now. We have to turn our attention to that tripod in the tree. Near where autumn's body was found based on the documents we received from seattle police someone at the scene not sure if it was the medical examiner's office who took the photo or the officer in charge but the tripod in the tree was photographed but not gathered as evidence and not fingerprinted autumn. Sprint kimberly has a theory about that. Tripod a fact that she was there to get gear church back day she would have to have now whether or not she would just have her phone on record so she could get just his voice home or was she sat her phone on a tripod. Cheery toward the entire thing. That was my train of thought like if she was going to get answers that navy. That's what she said to me. She must've set up purchase or her phone on the tripod. Someplace to where it was kind of hidden and then she sat down on the bench. That's right there with the kimberly isn't going to let it in there. She's working with a dive organization to see if there is a camera somewhere in the mucky waters of green lake. There are a few obstacles that they're trying to work through to make this happen like figuring out the best timing for a dive getting permission to search the lake and the safety of the divers. Because apparently there's quite a few contaminants in that water as well so we don't yet know when the search might happen but this is exactly the kind of thing that will lead to conspiracy theories all of these unanswered questions. So kim. we've talked about this many times. How talking with autumn's family during this process has been extremely extremely difficult. Yeah but when every stone isn't turned over in an investigation it just takes this huge toll on a family and things that may not mean anything. Take on a huge significance. Let me give you an example. James autumn's dad during his interview with detective garcia. It was his very first. And i think only interview with him was like I think it was on september third so just a few days. After autumn had passed away he he basically told detective garcia and made a point of it that she never wore tennis shoes that she always was into where like ballet flats and and nanna remember earlier in the embassy said that she loved wearing those ruby slippers and and until she was up until she was in high school. So that was suspicious. To to james and autumn's nanna replace the fact that she was the one who suggested that autumn gopher a walk that friday it just it was like this horrible nightmare. It was like a bad dream. You can't wake up from and then remember. Janine autumn's big sister says that she tried to protect her little sister. I was always the hesitant one with anything you do. You know this guy. How well do you know him. Don't get too attached to soon. You know you're such a good big sister to get hurt. I tried i know you ride and it was always what she didn't wanna hear like. I know i know what i'm doing and i'm like no you don't you. Don't go on it. Just this exchange. With janine now remember i was talking to her for like an hour at least in this interview and i've talked to her many times and it's not the only one i mean. We really developed a relationship with his family. I mean you in particular have been the point of contact for them so you've had a lot of opportunity to really get to know them. Yeah and it just really the bond between autumn and her family although it wasn't perfect like none of our the bonds be perfect. But it's so relatable. It was so relatable to me that janine just had this overwhelming protectiveness for her little sister and tried so hard and was just so you know. She's just so devastated. You can see it in those facebook posts where it's like you know. She's thinking of her little sister. And and it's just. It's just heartbreaking. This exchange with janine. Kim was like a gut punch for me. I had already read this post from autumn that i had found on her facebook page. When i.
"james autumn" Discussed on ITN Live
"If i had james plugged into this and i was like well. Hey his audio needs to be a little bit louder I don't have to be like well. James speak louder. I can make the adjustments on the mixer or the audio interface and then all that then runs into my computer so so excellent. Mike's i mean there's lots of different options i'm using the shure. Sm seven b. There's also an interesting microphone because it's it's actually a very old microphone but it's one that is still a standard that just about everyone uses now. It's on the pricers is about four hundred dollars They have their little brother. It's the sure and the seven now that microphone. It's also xlr but it has another benefit and it has a usb option so it's two hundred fifty dollars instead of four hundred ads in an additional input and so the benefit. There's that you know if you want to use it just with a computer you can plug it in by usb or if you wanna have that audio interface you can also plug directly into that so give you some options. I think you can also actually use it on both plugs at the time which is pretty handy Yeah super useful now. Going no into some other options here mean so a lot of people they look at. Mike's now like will spend two hundred fifty dollars. Four hundred dollars. There are other options. You know a lot of people. As you mentioned. James autumn people will use the blue yeti for example and the blue yeti is a. There's there is a usb option. There's also on. That's usb an xlr. And i think if my pricings rate i think that one's even like two hundred and fifty dollars fifty for that one. Yeah so here's the thing. I started out with the blue you know. I had the standard usb mike. I didn't buy the xl orcas. I really didn't know about accelerate. Started thing with that mike..
"james autumn" Discussed on The Swingman Podcast
"That's what i want to see because absolutely no chance with this russell because team granted. But louis you'll also gave me hid under this roster with we've rivers on this one there is absolutely no why again done by the boston celtics And i'm not gonna gargoyles. Especially when ben simmons especially when ben simmons wasn't even plan i agree that definitely wouldn't have done and the way they did you know in but i think there's a ceiling with eight and simmons and i think looking like just looking a who's gonna get but just looking to those two teams now on who's going to get better. I don't think there's anywhere near as much about anything as much of a sailing on that celtics team. I just think what you said that you place in on yourself. Boston celtics boy. No i'm not gonna stuff minnesota timberwolves aficionado. We caja to the boston. Celtics was kevin mchale helping out this. Read up about Okay so i mean we spy james autumn enough. We'll eventually find out what happens. You'll probably this by next week. Will now the extraction. So i mean just in the interest of tom i do want to spend a little bit on this one. So obviously everyone knows the the partnership the cari oven and lebron. James wearing cleveland cavaliers. Everyone's saying the reruns on scott's bulls when they do the flesh to the nba finals. And you see the content of the sounds of the nba finals and you. Hey carrera of in having that show you know the whole thing. They wanted to put him in the pick and roll on staff cardi takes. That show is absolute saints cleveland. This viewer it. So i think i think was actually made when lebron lose with the lakers in the nba finals. And then of really. Just only kinda come out now with lebron going on which jefferson podcast. And it's basically the carre was saying the with kevin durant now with him at the brooklyn nets. He's finally got someone that he feels..
"james autumn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Partly fighter jet the exhilaration pushing back share discover a go at throttle up for astronomers around the world the Hubble Space Telescope was a dream come true did he had dated as far back as nineteen forty six when astronomer Lyman Spitzer was one of the first to suggest putting a telescope in space but it took decades of progress in engineering for this vision to become a reality one of the key people that I worked with on the Hubble program was a manager named James autumn I found it delightful quote from him to the effect that trying to look at the stars from the earth is like trying to do bird watching from the bottom of lake that's really what Hubble is about the atmosphere always has water particles and dust particles in it that will tend to scatter light so if you could put a really high performing telescope above all of that it really opened great doors to astronomy costing billions of dollars the Hubble was a sophisticated but fragile telescope the size of a school bus the world held its breath when he was released into orbit on the second day of the discovery mission April the twenty fifth nineteen ninety Hubble was bolted into the cargo bay of the shuttle and attached with an electrical connector and the shuttle had a fifty foot long robotic arm that could grab onto the telescope at one particular specially designed point says mission control mission specialist Dave Holly continuing to take the it was Steve Hollis job to grapple the telescope with robotic arm and lifted out it's a very large spacecraft the shuttle cargo bay is sixty feet long and fifteen feet wide Hubble fit in there you almost like a hand in a glove or loaf of bread is baking ten.
"james autumn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Space shuttle launches word an amazing experience you had five engines running at the same time as you lift off the pad NASA astronaut Kathryn Sullivan was one of the five crew members of the discovery shuttle mission the solid rocket boosters as we call the two firecrackers you know they burn like fire crackers burned its turbulent it's combustible it's really you know shaking kind of ride partly earthquake partly fighter jet deceleration pushing back there discovery going throttle up for astronomers around the world the Hubble Space Telescope was a dream come true the idea dated as far back as nineteen forty six when astronomer Lyman Spitzer was one of the first to suggest putting a telescope in space but it took decades of progress in engineering for this vision to become a reality one of the key people that I worked with on the Hubble program was a manager named James autumn I found a delightful quote from him to the effect that trying to look at the stars from the earth is like trying to do bird watching from the bottom of lake that's really what Hubble is about the atmosphere always has water particles and dust particles in it that will tend to scatter light so if you could put a really high performing telescope above all of that it really opened great doors to astronomy costing billions of dollars the Hubble was a sophisticated but fragile telescope the size of a school bus the world held its breath when he was released into orbit on the second day of the discovery mission April the twenty fifth nineteen ninety Hubble was bolted into the cargo bay of the shuttle and attached with an electrical connector and the shuttle had a fifty foot long robotic arm that could grab onto the telescope at one particular specially designed point says mission control mission specialist Dave Holly continuing to take the it was Steve Hollies job to grapple the telescope with robotic arm and lifted out it's a very large spacecraft the shuttle cargo bay is sixty feet long and fifteen feet wide Hubble fit in there you almost like a hand in a glove or loaf of bread.