23 Burst results for "John Berry"

 Bond and 'Willy Wonka' songwriter Leslie Bricusse dies at 90

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Bond and 'Willy Wonka' songwriter Leslie Bricusse dies at 90

"Songwriter Leslie Bricusse died Tuesday at the age of ninety according to his son no cause of death was given I marches are a letter with a look at his career S. Leslie Bricusse room for stage and screen but his songs often became pop he wrote the score for the nineteen seventy one film **** Wonka and the chocolate factory which featured the candy man and your imagination precursor lyrics for John berry's music for the bond theme songs Goldfinger and you only live twice Amanda because when an Oscar for writing talk to the animals from doctor do little and then fees and he wrote Nina Simone signature song feeling good

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Los Angeles Clippers beat Lakers 104-86 to end 2-game skid

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Los Angeles Clippers beat Lakers 104-86 to end 2-game skid

"Clippers and Lakers. This one wasn't close. Here's Kaleil ended with 4 10 to go in the third rises from three and knocks it home. Hawaii letters put the Clippers up 23 72 47. Clippers Go on A while. What old 4 86 victory over the Lakers Clippers led by as many as 24 there 32nd win this season when leading by double digits at any point in the game. Lakers had just 38 points in the first half. Fewest in the first half this season. They trailed by 15 at halftime. The game was here on ESPN radio Mark Test Usher and John Berry had our call really tough loss for the Lakers to the Clippers and JB even though it's only their second loss in the last five games, it was a very favorable schedule. Coming into this weekend. It is very tough schedule as the Lakers are sliding in the Western Conference standings. You know, a couple of

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"john berry" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"john berry" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"We look back at my conversations with Gold Star families in West Michigan about their sons. Making the ultimate sacrifice for the United States of America. Phil Simonson here and I want to introduce the burry family to everybody listening across Michigan or worldwide. The huge show dot net Now I came across Eric Burry and his ultimate sacrifice story via Johnny Bran Senior When Johnny told me about John bury his dad and said the Burry family's awesome bill and you need to look at the story of Eric Burry. Well, I went online and I found out that he died serving his country at the age of 21 grew up in Wyoming, Michigan, here on the west side of the state went to Kellogg's Ville High school. Was a guy that cared about people and also wanted to see the world was an exchange student during his high school days went to Uruguay, and he chose to help fight for freedom. And he was inspired not only by his country, but what he saw while serving in the military. And ultimately, on June 7 2000 and five Eric Berry made the ultimate sacrifice. For America and his father, John Berry joins us in studio toe. Take us through the life of his son who died at the age of 21. John. Thanks for coming in. Thank you for having me. I will tell me about your son, Eric. And you know, I know All of our Children are special to us. But When he was growing up. What type of kid was he? Well, first of all there, you know, he was our third son. Second born We had lost their firstborn of birth years before we adopted a son from Kolkata, India. Our son, Andrew, and then Eric was born. So he was a special kid. In that we actually have to bring this one home from the hospital, and we Always Knew we were blessed by being able to do so. And we're also very thankful for the chance of adoption. Because without that, we wouldn't have become a family in the beginning and Eric looked up to his big brother, You know, he always had a little competition between them is brothers would do And but, yeah, he was the kid. That typical kid, you know, Play T ball is a little guy growing up. He was involved in some sports throughout the school year. He he did track in the middle school. He did a Relay team and middle school. Um The cross country, So you know he liked to compete. He liked to put himself out there. And, uh, he was by adventuresome son. My wife is Jo Anne Marie, and that we always do care. It was a little high spirit and always on the goal, But he was our adventuresome boy. He, uh Was the kid that would go to Cedar Point and go on the roller coasters with me. And I was the kid that went with me to the Grand Canyon, and we hiked out into the canyon and slept two nights in the open on the canyon floor. And Yeah, you know, he came home from school one day and he said, Well, Mom and Dad, he says I did it. He said. What do you know? He says I signed up. I took the first step to join the military. And part of his reasoning for that was also was. You can't remember about what happened on 9 11, and I think that kind of stayed with him as a kid and growing up, so he wanted to go out in the world and make a difference. So So he joined and there were were. I can't say we were apprehensive about it. We just You know, there's a time you gotta let your kid grow up. You gotta let him live their life and you gotta let him go. So I I talked about the time of letting go. I also could remember him coming home one time and he had just finally have gotten his driver's license and after a few months of drive, and he came to us one day, said Mom and dad, he says Can I take the car and drive over to Michigan State? There was a meeting great going on. He wanted to meet the players to get autographs of that, and I looked at my wife and we looked at each other. Can't let him do it sometime. And you know, he was so grateful and thankful when he came home that evening. I got all the autographs and stuff He was showing us.

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What Is the Immigrant Paradox?

BrainStuff

06:31 min | 1 year ago

What Is the Immigrant Paradox?

"For over a century. America has been described as a melting pot in which immigrants from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds slowly simmered together melding into an all americans do but is that really the way it works or even how it should work is total assimilation. The only way to be an american and is it healthy for individuals to abandon their cultural heritage in whole or in part an order to adopt the customs of their new home. We spoke with sess schwartz a professor of public health sciences at the university of miami. Who that it's time to shelve the melting pot metaphor schwartz studies acculturation which is the process by which a person's cultural sense of self changes. As when you move to a new country or are raised an immigrant home and the effects of acculturation on physical and mental health it turns out that assimilation is only one type of acculturation and that fully simulated americans have some of the worst health outcomes. Immigrant families are actually most likely to thrive in america if they embrace aspects of both their native culture and their doctor land public health. Researchers like schwartz. Call it the immigrant paradox. He said there's a whole literature that suggests that foreign born americans are doing better than us. Born individuals on many different health indicators heart health weight and obesity diet depression anxiety substance. Use you name it. So what are the alternatives to assimilation. There's an old joke. That's well known in europe. What do you call a person who speaks two languages bilingual. What do you call person. Who only speaks one. Language american schwartz said in the united states unlike a lot of countries in the world. We actively discourage people from having multiple cultural identities we just want people to be american even the fact that we equate acculturation and simulation says a lot about our culture and how we think people should behave however it is important to note that acculturation is a two way. Street is cuban and tori behavior based on immigrants race or ethnicity by the receiving country can make it much harder for immigrants to achieve healthy by cultural integration traditionally. There's been an assumption that the acculturation process in the united states ran in a straight line at one end of the spectrum stood the recently arrived immigrant still carrying around the language traditions and customs of the so called old country but as the immigrant moved along the line over time did slowly discard their foreignness. As they gradually acquired language and customs of america but starting in the nineteen eighties researchers began to question the straight line assimilation assumption. Psychologist john berry came up with a pioneering model that showed four different responses or strategies including assimilation. The emigrants used to navigate life in their new home. So i got a simulation but that being that you're willing to discard your culture of origin and fully identify with the new culture. The sort of opposite is separation. Wherein you hold onto your original culture at all cost and don't want to adopt the new culture then there's marginalization in which you don't identify with either your heritage culture or the new one. It's a rare situation and finally there's integration sometimes called them you want to maintain a strong connection with your heritage culture while interacting with enquiring traits from the new culture according to schwarz there's strong evidence that the assimilation strategy is bad for your health. The worst psychological effects of assimilation are felt by second generation americans children of immigrants who were either born in america or raised here from a young age second generation. Kids are sometimes so eager to fit in that. They turn their backs on their parents. Customs and traditions entirely schwartz explained. They basically reject their families culture and that tends to produce pretty negative results higher rates of anxiety and depression substance abuse and worst family relationships. The best psychological and health outcomes on the other hand are achieved by individuals who embrace by cultural ism. A balanced integration of their heritage and received cultures short says that people who are able to comfortably blended their native and acquired cultures. Have quote much better outcomes. In terms of higher self-esteem lower depression lowering zaidi and better family relationships immigrants who learned to successfully habit to cultural worlds are the same people who drive the immigrant paradox in americans born outside the us achieve at significantly better physical and mental health outcomes compared to their native born or assimilated neighbors. But why is this diet is one simple explanation says schwartz because immigrant families are more likely to prepare home cooked meals than the typical american family which tends to eat out a lot and consume more processed foods but there are also significant psychological factors at play the most important has to do with the values of american culture versus just about everybody else. Schwartz said the. Us consistently ranks as the most individualistic country in the world. Were more self. Reliant and less reliant on other people in basically any other country on the planet so most people who come here from other places are more collectivist than we are. Let's break that down. What does collectivism look like. As a cultural value it stresses the importance of family above all else. It places an emphasis on the greater good and doing what's best for the community. Not just yourself and it's a less competitive way to look at the world. Schwartz says that cultural values the promote close knit families and selfless service can protect against a lot of the mental health issues. That plague many americans. He said there's a reason why we have so much anxiety. Because we're so highly individualistic and competitive. We have to compete against other people for everything. And if you can't keep up there's less of a support system ready and waiting to help you in this country when we talk about helping other people. Some people want to shout socialism. I think that's one of the issues that we have.

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Drew Barrymore confirms rumor that her grandfather's corpse was 'stolen'

Colleen and Bradley

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Drew Barrymore confirms rumor that her grandfather's corpse was 'stolen'

"Drew Carey lore has confirmed that her late grandfather, John Berry, more fit one final party into his social schedule after its 1942 death, thanks to some of his friends, So during a Q and a session, Drew was asked the following. Is it true that your grandfather's body was stolen from the morgue by W. C fields, Errol Flynn? And Sada Kichi Hartmann so that they could prop him up against a poker table and throw one last party. Are you kidding? And did she say Yes to that, Colleen. I'm here to say she said yes, And she said not only yes, but there have been cinematic interpretations of that, she said. Related Bernie's. Well, yeah, and also the Blake Edwards film S O B. That's the movie where Julie Andrews takes her top off, she said. That's just brilliant and fun Toe. Oh, my goodness.

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"john berry" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on KTOK

"Greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen king is to hold the record but we're going to we're going to get into the separate right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books that he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast inside or go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"john berry" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now and let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen king is to hold the record but we're going to we're gonna get into the separate right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right they even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"john berry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen continues to hold the record but we're going to we're going to get into the separate right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"john berry" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen king is to hold the record what we're going to we're gonna get into the separate right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books that he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"john berry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now and let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen king is to hold the record but we're going to we're gonna get into the subject right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night's show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"john berry" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen king is to hold the record but we're going to we're going to get into the separate right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books that he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is the end product real people real stories twenty four hours a day you can walk across my floor with that literally popping info I was gasping for life on three different and they could do nothing I had mentioned to me about a product president Reagan had taken four day week in one we won we copy back in the corner for everyone that would come into our store today we have been I told them what I'm doing well what's.

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"john berry" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening frivolities because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen continues to hold the record what we're going to we're going to get into the subject right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"john berry" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on KGO 810

"Greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen eighteen years to hold the record what we're going to we're going to get into the subject right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"john berry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now and let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen king is to hold the record but we're going to we're going to get into the separate right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"john berry" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Should readings Mister Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now and let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen king is to hold the record but we're going to we're gonna get into the separate right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books that he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"john berry" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now and let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen continues to hold the record but we're going to we're gonna get into the subject right away there's a lot to cover and that and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast inside or go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett gosh waking up.

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"john berry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We're going to get into the separate right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"john berry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Going to we're going to get into the subject right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast insider go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in its history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"john berry" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Greetings Mr Mrs middle America and all the ships at sea this is Ian Punnett and I'm going to dispense with some of the opening for apologies because we have just an hour with author John berry the guy who wrote the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history certainly up to now and let us hope that the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen king is to hold the record but we're going to we're going to get into the subject right away there's a lot to cover and there and there is then after that first hour Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us you know a friend of the show an old friend of mine Charlie researches historical events especially when it comes to microbes and he's always very interested in some of the the sides of scientific history which art told well or haven't been told enough and then he extrapolates them into some of his works would be that you know scientific books that are non fiction or whether he's doing one of his speculative fiction books and he just happened to have done some research in this field we're gonna talk about that coming up next hour and then open lines later on which were really interesting last night so thank you if you missed it and you have coast inside or go back and listen to last night show anytime you want but we'll talk with John berry and we're gonna talk about the great influenza because I'm I'm not Sylvia Browne right yeah even Sylvia Browne wasn't solely around but I mean I I don't pretend to be able to predict the future based on some supernatural power what I am always interested in is history and how we can learn the lessons of history and avoid repeating them as much as possible and if the past is prologue on the great influenza we've got a lot to learn we'll start next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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Coronavirus Outbreak Deepens Its Toll on Global Business

Hugh Hewitt

04:31 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Outbreak Deepens Its Toll on Global Business

"Markets were totally call totally calm and all of a sudden they felt dramatically than they were covered Dan paying off a hundred and twenty eight points yesterday on Thursday they were down sixty six points on Thursday they're off twelve points on Thursday overnight Bandung index dropped another one percent and I got up to read bad story after bad story after a bad story it's like the world is finally waking up to when I first told you about early in January there I always keep my eye on the virus because I read the great influenza by John berry they know about the nineteen sixty eight playwright I know about pandemics I know that they're considered inevitable and one will come and that what turned out not to be the pick the bird flu sars a little bit scary but they contained it murders was scarier they continued a ball it was the scariest they contained it they have not contain coronavirus and markets are beginning to notice seventy six thousand seven hundred ninety cases two thousand two hundred forty nine people died and the world is finding themselves with new cases everywhere who by which is the home of Wuhan Hubei province revisor daily numbers up six hundred and thirty one cases following deaths in a jail that followed downward reports and happy talk and a one year earlier this week do not believe in happy talk happy dog okay yeah then South Korea got its own outbreak they they canceled the Davos evasion the ball all forum is is held annually big deal regional business and political elites come down of high none not this year March twenty fourth the twenty seven it's canceled and that is just the tip of the iceberg it really is just the tip of the iceberg the manufacturing supply chain is pummeled from all sides according to South China morning post all across China the guard you expect Virginia shopping Walmart United States are not being made that has ripple effects throughout the economy yeah people worried now about how long does it last on surfaces the nineteen eighteen virus lasted many days we don't know people wonder how long are you contagious we don't know Michael Gerson has a great post Washington post column on this then it's reassuring that the death rate is only two percent now the flu is point oh seven percent but sars was ten percent but we don't know if that's the real death rate we do know is the guardian reports this morning in this my morning rundown coronavirus air travel demand will fall for the first time in eleven years mark Sweeney story the spread of the corona virus will result in the first fall global air travel in more than a decade the international air transportation one of the following passenger demand as a result of the outbreak of covered nineteen would cost the airline industry twenty nine billion pounds from the telegraph Ambrose Evans Pritchard dominoes falling in global shipping as corona virus continues to grow China's economy container shipping from China ports has collapsed collapsed since the outbreak of coronavirus has yet to show any sign of recovery almost half of the planned sailings on the route from Asia to north Europe have been canceled over the last four weeks half refrigerated foods ships full of frozen food known as refers are unable to enter Chinese ports the backups are terrible then from the Financial Times corona virus wreaks havoc on the luxury and fashion groups the coronaviruses kept so many kept as many as one thousand Chinese fashion buyers from Europe's top fashion shows this month as the luxury industry faces its biggest threat since the two thousand eight financial

"john berry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In store pickup restrictions in details at AutoZone dot com get in the zone auto zone with John berry Ramona Shelburne PJ Carlesimo Kevin winter hi Marc caster sure so there are ten first time all stars we'll see tomorrow night in the all star game two of them J. B. will be vying for the Taco Bell skills challenge ground Pamela bio the heat the Montesa bonus of the Indiana Pacers just like with all right a couple of big semifinals there the bio I got a four three and three pointers right because he missed yeah I think he only missed one of those forces voters threw up a bunch on the last round but Jack whatever it takes to get it done on just going through my math here we have not had an Indiana Pacers win this event which began in two thousand three we've had some big we've had some big and we've had a one member of the Miami Heat when it twice that would be to win way back in oh six in oh seven who is here for Chicago native and will be judging in the slam dunk contest coming up a little bit later on is it right to our right here on the right Pat Riley's been very visible here this weekend he's very proud of them out of by the selection they really want it I know this and those mine here set forth in the east Indiana six were ready for the championship Manmatha bile and one in the baby blue Miami Heat uniforms trimmed in pain and the bonus the bonus the bonus in Pacers white and gold they are ready to go you got I got to bone art I got them there we go they're going through the pylons and on the.

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"john berry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"john berry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Patients lead at halftime in three of the four games in this series. But in winds up being a Celtic sweep the game was here on ESPN radio. The guys who had the call Marquette, assuring John berry JV the Boston Celtics first team into the conference semifinals. It was another close woman, Indiana. And again, it was fourth quarter execution belonging to the Celtics last five minutes as they've done really in every game in this series. They've out executed Indiana. They've made the shots when they needed to. They played the defense when they've had to and it was spotty. I think they have a realization as they get into the next round. They're gonna have to play better basketball more consistent on the offense event. A lot of turnovers here in the early. Going. They did take care of that lasts five minutes, which is one turnover. But consistent basketball is what gets you through in the NBA playoff. They got the personnel. But can they do that against hot walkie team? Talked to Marcus Morris post game off the bench. She says we got death seven guy scored in double figures, but Hayward at nine of his twenty in the fourth Morris at eight of his eighteen in the fourth three guys off the bench, and they delivered what forty nine points off the bench between those three guys. It's basically an eight-man rotation of that Brad Stevens has gone to Rozier. I thought had great moments as well. He was in there early in that fourth quarter. So lot of options for Brad. I think a lot of guys settling in their roles understanding that it's not always going to be about them on any given night. Look tonight. Our for nineteen shots, you know, he takes more shots than Kyrie Irving. Six more shots than he did. So the ball was spread around. I thought for a while. They got a little stagnant. Played a little too much one on one. They got back to moving it back to trusting one another in the last five minutes, and you see what kind of basketball they're capable of. When they do that Celtics hit five fourth quarter three pointers, and they outlast the Indiana Pacers one ten to one oh six their first postseason series. Sweep since twenty eleven there on to round two for John Barry, I marquess year right here on your home for the NBA ESPN radio. Nate McMillan is lost six straight first round series as a head coach. Sportscenter allnight ESPN radio Sunday, also bringing with some fallout from Saturday night's action. Be.

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Fans throng Florida arena, mourn slain rapper XXXTentacion

WBZ Morning News

02:36 min | 3 years ago

Fans throng Florida arena, mourn slain rapper XXXTentacion

"Thursday morning seventy degrees right now in boston we'll see off and on showers maybe thunderstorms and heavy downpours to today highs in the mid seventy s good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the massachusetts house approves a bill to create an automatic voter registration system it allows anyone who updates driver's license to be automatically registered in the states voter database majority leader mitch mcconnell says the us senate will vote on a successor to retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy by this fall democrats argue any decision should be put off until after midterm elections and three firefighters were sent to the hospital after a has man incident in downtown boston yesterday the incident on congress street was described as an unknown chemical release in other news a preschool teacher is credited with pushing a child to safety before a heavy awning came crashing down on that matter vermont playground the structure at a child care facility is saint john's berry collapsed yesterday morning rescue workers say the teacher was able to push the child out of the way before she became trapped underneath she was hospitalized with minor injuries apple and samsung finally satellite seven years smartphone patent dispute that went all the way to the supreme court cbs news technology analysts larry magid has more on the implications of the deal l d settlement weren't disclosed but i think for apple the victory with less about the money and more about having a court find that it's defined we're copied by fam phone i think that both companies are probably better off moving on developing great products and trying to compete in the marketplace rather than in the courtroom the resolution comes a month after jury concluded samsung owed apple five hundred thirty nine million dollars for copying some of phones innovations in samsung's competing products loud speakers played songs by rapper xxx ten ta seon as thousands of fans lined up for hours at a florida stadium to pay their respects to the popular singer killed last week cbs's joel murray has more does a fan memorial to say goodbye to twenty year old south florida rapper xxx tells yang more than a thousand fans showed up throughout the afternoon bbn t center is by his pads everyone has one we are here just spread and love and peace long live eggs man we out here for him this music has helped me through sometimes and i just want to show creations i'd like to talk about love and it's always on my mind popular singer who built an audience on.

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