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"kingston university" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher
"Yeah i mean for the second part of our discussion. I would be really curious to learn more about this. My move up that you developed. And i mean you are educator on your drawing on critical pedagogy and i think kind of health technology and and different apps and weather day support people to move or not. This is quite contested as well. So perhaps you start telling me a bit about the journey behind that apollo it towered became to be than what your thoughts were in in the process. Well i guess the folks who was sonny. I have nephews. Jim action but i never think. Oh my gosh you know this might insult is it. Tends to start with a line of inquiry and of inquiry was your. I've been in this field thirty odd years. Everyone in this building clue myself says that the driving forces to ensure young people are what we now are two mcadoo stat <unk>. Young people into use physical activity to support life flourishing. But that might be just that you in very plain english. It would be that people participate for a long time <hes>. The wise and the cit. We should participate. We touched upon and to be only a thing of arrived at a position. At the moment where i think the wise very important at the think if we're talking about meaningful engagement than it's the individual who funds that meaning as we've touched upon so to be saying to young people. You need to do this because it keeps you healthy. I think we probably shoot ourselves in the foot <unk>. Started questionable one. We need to know if they saw and to. What would happen if you just. Because and just like his physical activity. We can teach you about to begin. Hopefully teach you to love it and really adopted in your life. And you don't need it because you find that because so with <unk> backdrop we've been grappling will be lives that i think the missing link is without actually know during the a a young person's schooling an uncle set against the backdrop of scored in the is applicable outside the scope <unk>. Within a school. You've got peak teachers. An order of this great work. That working really hard to get kids turned onto physical inactivity yet. We do not know if they are actually do any physical activity outside vow ice shelf with at being a typically. Listen some kids might to some extra stuff that the school puts on but you know. What are they doing that junior pot. Right on a saturday do anything. Go to martial art involved in organized informal sport that i have a guy to a pock spice and enough for free speech around that i did. I swim. We don't know that and then drawing from from commerce really is i if you you know we. We started off when we started this journey around my move asking the question if apple did it. Not how many computers they were selling and let's face it. That's the very straightforward cow. If they didn't know how many downloads have i tunes would have then they would be a seriously week position in the world that we live in. Just you know that information is very very powerful. I'm wondering reasons it's powerful for me. The biggest drivers of getting up an out is to provide the feedback loop full teachers very much touches. Upon many of the things we've already covered in impart one mind. The equity now is every school using my mood for equitable sees right now. Couldn't tell you. But if i want if as a teacher i wanted to know who the beneficiaries of my program are an is there patsy this just say gender parity in other words <hes>. Of the goes. I teach at a point interactivities much as the boys. An as as you pretty much every indicator every metric of activity around the world shows that always tend to be more active than goes an so if a teacher wants to know that if if
"kingston university" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher
"Young people was meant to be teaching than the from me What one of the things at time of working in London is the teaches correze. Tended to progress quickly if not bit too quickly so. February. macos was managing a team managing a curriculum area. Come to grips with, with. Video already sinking around what what's relevant to young people young people who had. Leaked in a very different life to the life, I was having their age. in in every respect. That's why I say much more about what's relevant in their life. Didn't necessarily get all right I think the last. Few Years of month sixteen years teaching in London. Often Of. Might be in quite good attain. A moved into the rich -cation. At University in London and then moved to my current position for years ago at Kingston University and on the way when I stopped. Teaching in schools. My partner and I, we would At young kids Professionally, really interested in. The big conversation at a time, we're talking about the two, thousand, five, two, thousand, nine lots of compensation were coming through on movement competency and. What moved into. Physical Literacy. I was really interested in how children learn to move about transferable movement patterns. Still reasonably interested in that I think we. Played a little bit thinking moved on. The, Athol, at the time, we can unlock the one physical activity by ensuring that young children learn to move better. As thing that's a key part of the Jigsaw I think. Base. Very, very important. So we started working. In a private capacity, because that's the only way we could do that. We started looking at progress with like. With working with three to rose originally very different to the secondary school young people who was working with We just highest hose. Would just try lots of. Different approaches that chart to blend a penalty that. was really driven by plight. And I guess what is now referred to what would now be called purposeful play so I could of Mike Sense of it now that I've been university for. Thirteen years I. Again enough a privilege to be to read and thinking right and and teach. And looking back was doing was purposeful play with clear movement outcomes. We ran that full of fourteen years until last year actually. So, alert light working with. Young children, a male of what we've Post Grad. So yeah, I've worked with three three roads to I guess forty three year olds if not be able to fight instead of yet is it really has been a privilege. and. It continues to continue to talk to really interesting people unlearn lunch from from the community ridden. And you mentioned that the idea or concept of place his essential to that the new mentioned move into this idea about purposeful place. So maybe you can expand a little bit on what that entails yet when. People move into teacher education than into higher education, probably become better teachers. Would stop working fulltime in school Save myself is conversational happy with the. Team at university about all always still teaches. Christ colleague Alex Things. Just transition from school to university personal identity..
"So. Much for joining us. Mentally. IOS, really appreciate you taking the time out today. Could you please start off by telling us a bit about Shaney? What was he like I'm? What did he study? Cheney, you know You know as a normal for the football and basketball saying older all the things you know the the boys night and he. was quite health conscious. He You know he was, and so the normal boy I would say have lots of friends you know had was very popular school. Sort of night, pitchy face and you know the go right Tim. So he was. Quite books you know he? Chaney was an adventure. For instance when we went in Florida and they wanted somebody to come to hold the alligators, you know shady put him. down. He, you know the snake was around his neck. He sort of learned to jet ski and went way out the way out and we lost not to. But he went and then He looked principles in trouble, and of course, He. I think the jets get overturned. Anyway. My younger door to win house to help him to happen and they both came back and then you know he said to me among how far is Cuba Cuba? This is in Florida. Okay. Keep it looks not quite near, doesn't it and he said. Yeah. I said, no shame people trying to get out to Cuba don't get into Cuba. You want to get to Cuba. No. He was insistent. Character. He was a character. He hated bullies to the marginalized in school. You know at one time, the Headmaster Coleman. said in an incident. Oh, my goodness. You know like, no, no, no, you know I have to. Say it to come and work in my office because he raised the back to the school bully, one of the older boys wouldn't let younger boys have that football back and back and shaming picks up a trick. And held it in the boy, get that border back and you know the headmaster was spent. You know I, I couldn't let that happen. You know because he should've told one of the teachers or the Star thought. You know he said, I want you to know that as well. Dana the stats to my office everybody was shaking his hand and saying well done. Cheney, world. and. He said I, I, had little silo my face. But he said I had to be in a strict and punish punish him. You know it was thoughtful to thing. He was. Yeah. It was a good sports. Really really stuck up for the modernized and you know if you you know if you saw anybody a homeless or Ori-. Known about it. You know what did he study within it? Is that right after school? Yeah. Yeah. He thought he would be dominated a mosque. And wanted to go into his PhD when you know just before he. died. Yes. She did I see. Kingston. University in and and his masters them was thinking of going to America yeah. To. Pay. But. He was interested in in of things. You know how young boys a everything has for. So moving on. To really want to. Watch t need medical help on the August holiday weekend in two, thousand, ten in the weekend of his death. Yeah. I'm. He'd been out and came back and said, mom, they've given me something bad and I didn't you know and I was beginning sort of I was babysitting my youngest grandson and he and I began to. Any said don't worry. Mom never wanted me to worry and he said you know. His friend was downstairs. We'll deal with it. You know, but we know just over the weekend, it became quite agitated and wouldn't settle and then. In the night, he wanted to go out and. An I you and I couldn't you know. I said. No, you can't do that. Anyway. We talk. She calm down talk and then he decided he'd like to go. Patient to See what was wrong. So he's the. Myself and a friend we went to the hospital. with him today. But he wouldn't settle. So they said, you know they They called actually the police were called because he. Walked out of the hospital, and anyway that you know they managed to bring him back nothing. You know just talk him back. you know deescalate the situation, and then you know they said the. Because, he was a bay bright boy, they bright future. They didn't want you know staying on his record or anything. So you know maybe as opposed to patient, he goes to the mostly. And be assessed. So was taken to the more see. And that. We saw some other good police practice because he will thought at the mostly and police were called and they yesterday to the situation. Very, very calm, very good and a school is school today back to the mortgage. So by the time I. I met, you know the police and they were on the floor, everybody's laughing and sitting down and joking and Yeah. You know they de-escalate to the situation which was good practice.
"kingston university" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM
"Get an albumin, you eagerly stick it on, and you start listening to, and he had just transported me. And you don't know quite what's going on between notes for really good and the biscuits be lots here. Is To be worth investigating. That's how I felt when I first heard blackstone three days later I was devastated. My thought this album, has it all south is basically a farewell newt as you can imagine. Few felt the same way. It's going to be very holt. Listen to that, said combat to it in preparation for this podcast recording I was amazed at just. How funny is! It's really aside from the Silverton an album where you can hear musicians artists collaborating, sparking off each other everyone Bowie Visconti, donny mccaslin his band. Everyone involved in this sounds like a having a white of a time which sounds funny thing to say when you think about black star, but it's true and if you saw the last five years the wonderful documentary. I. Think it's very evident that the people involved in making of black star are unanimous that this was a creative highlights of agrees so without. Further Ado I'm going to introduce you now to Donny mccaslin who? Very very, kindly gave up a few of his time of the last few weeks to talk me through style, and also I had on board liaqat us. Who is the project manager of the Tony Visconti Studios in south London. And she's also not book about Bowie's finally is and she's musician in her own right, so I really wanted her because I wanted her a take on lifestyle and on Donny's work. From the point of view of a fellow musician I felt this would really bring a lot to the podcast and Lo and behold so a date. I'm very glad that Leon joined speakers as you will hear her contribution really makes this podcast something special so with my two fantastic guests, Liuqiu dos and Donny. Here we go. This is the first installment we're just. GonNa not even really getting to a song by song. Run through the just yet. The first episode is really the background that. How everyone got in place, I came together in the next episode. We'll stop with that should title track and the move away from that? Because as you can imagine that takes another lot of time, so this episode is just. The curtain the curtain raiser on what I hope will be a series. You will really joy and enjoy the since it was much I enjoyed making so here we go. Lot of people listening is cost. Automated with Donny, and now who years we'll be talking to him about his work complex topic Lia. Could you just a little bit and tell us about who you want what you do because you've got a couple of incredibly cool connections to the world of Bowie. Yeah well, I mean I'm just a superfan. At the bottom level but yeah, also music scholar and a musician and I I have the Visconti studio project. At Kingston University which. is working with Turney to teach young people, the record production and to revive practices of the past that a specific for those full format studios, which is a an art that. Kind of at risk of being extinct sin. Tony Studio such he. Is Teaching Hospital. Teaching Hospital that's a good way to put it. Yeah, yeah, and we invite him into just make records there and reveals that teaches a student, so he does lectures, and he does talks and he just also lets the students system when he's in there working and he's recorded some of his own projects there as well, so we sort of said to. To him look, we put your name on the door. We come and use it. He's like yeah, so sometimes. He'll come look sessions. Yeah, it's really cool, and it's really great for us as researchers and dump students to watch, people work because that's how knowledge was poss- down in her in the olden days, people learned by watching and being around creative practice A. Those conditions of that generation is the Tony. He's really that one of the great elder statesman, all record production. and. He's also really vital to London recording culture, so he's like part of the whole scene in the seventies and had his own studio Dean Street. Throughout the eighties even though he's from New, York he's actually I would say kind of more legendary here in London as part of the recording culture here and so he's a yeah. He's a big piece of the puzzle along with. The other legends Glen Johnson Chris Kimsey and all these people from the big facilities and a lot of the still kicking around you know, and it's important that we. we capture those stories and capture that practice and documented somehow, and that's what we're doing. It visconti studio, so we by other people in into. We've had Peter Walsh USSA produced. That's quite associated with Scott Walker. sort of did all his work from nine hundred five on woods. He came in in February the school. Could I. Didn't you last year? Did Yeah we s it? Was So we doing a lot of these sort of work? Work not just you know scratching my Bowie fan each stewing that I to but we also have. Yeah, we've also got Chris Kimsey sort of you know. The famous engineer and producer from Olympic swept lot with the starnes so working with him as well so it's very exciting I. Think it's important work. You know I can't wait for covid nineteen to be over, and we can go back to the studio 'cause. That's where I like to. Know I'm crazy ANA. I want to get back to work. But yeah, that's really important to me. necessarily proud of it and I think tiny's proud of it as well. He's always bringing people to the studio and expanding my network as a result said. On, this was your you're. The spark really got this going. A kind of I just got the job. At Kingston and I saw this amazing space is huge. Three hundred square meter octagon that were set up to be a studio wants an had sort of not been used, and so I started asking the questions, and they want led to another. We decided to make it on the LoC-, so he decided to put tape machines and vintage gear in there yeah i. was so of I went to New York. A couple of times to do some work with Nyu and visit. Attorney mentioned it, and it sort of rolled on from there. And he got attached to it and I think.
"kingston university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Florida senator Rick stops in quarantine after he was exposed to an infected person he's not mincing words when it comes to China's role in the outbreak I'm furious what how China's help handle this no transparency because all these ramifications for our country on the paper during all these cost meanwhile China's easing up on it's locked down this man in George's been under quarantine for eight days with corona virus and pneumonia he says he's finally starting to feel better struggles benefactor but I fought through it and levels are starting to rise and I'm starting to feel along with the very briefly now so I just really feel like I've overcome the hardest part even if you're not being coughed on by someone with corona virus if you touch something they touch you could get it health officials say it stays on surfaces for days and your cell phones no exception professor of medical microbiology at Kingston university was probably because a lot of microorganisms on that because you're holding them against your skin you are handling them over time and say you'll speaking to them and speaking does release droplets of water just in normal space like a range of microbes including covered nineteen should be infected with a virus might end up when you're fine so give your phone a clean would be notified of the ritual if you plan to go to the apple store this weekend to buy a new phone or get your specs you're out of luck all apple stores outside of China or close for two weeks to prevent the spread of corona virus but you can still order stuff from apple online in a statement CEO Tim cook rights workers will also continue to be paid and the company is donating fifty million dollars to help with world by recovery traffic and weather next breaking news contract.
"kingston university" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"To eight thirty and go onto my Facebook. Facebook dot com forward slash victorious, still, and you will find out more information about the events part of my Facebook is is that a big place or is it going to be limited tickets like enemy limited tickets. Yes, limited tickets. I mean, but you know, the name sounds familiar CNN. Made him. He was one of CNN's heroes. Did he win the big thing? I think he wanted think you want it all I think he will see it in hero of the year last year the year before last year, I think it was two thousand fifteen because I remember watching that and just thinking, wow, I'm gonna get chills thinking about it. And you know, he really is an amazing, man. He he is. Okay. Then then the next thing I want to tell everybody about is Crufts Croft is coming and I will be at crops and that is in March. But the thing that I have been working on with people. Don't know what cross oh is the largest dog show in the world. Now, I'm not a big dog show person. I have to say that now but Croft dislike the size of Madison Square Garden times four. And so I'm not really part of the dog show part. I'm part of everything else that celebrates the dogs. So we have the police dogs. They're we have the hearing dogs for hearing impaired. We've got I mean, it is the largest expo the largest dog century amazingly awesome show for four days. When is it coming in England, and it is March. I think it's sort March ninth tenth eleventh around there. I wish I could go we've got a booth that come and see us an whole four with forty five come rock out. I love it. We're going to be there. And I also want to tell please get your tickets for the two thousand seventeen national dog bite prevention and behavior conference. It's happening kingston-upon-thames the United Kingdom Kingston university Saturday, the twenty fourth of June two thousand seventeen and Sunday twenty fifth of June two thousand seventeen if you want to find out more, please go to positively dot com forward slash db c..
"kingston university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"WBZ NewsRadio ten. Ten seventeen here as we continue with your calls Jordan in for Dan on WBZ, six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty six one seven two five four ten thirty Eugene in Stoughton. Welcome to nightside WBZ, gene. How are you? Thank you for the Michael Jordan. I l viewpoint and and I know exactly what you said. It's a big thing that we don't have that kind of money, but we can elaborate on it. And keep I did one thing. Like, you said, I have no problem. I've been a pre NUP because nowadays we live in a world that and and sometime we go on to Mary Jo we fall in love innocently. And then, you know, we, you know, we do have to put ourselves because that's the way I will leave. But now the second thing I want to cover is that they mentioned that he is not well, he's one of the richest men in the world because they said is worth one hundred billion dollars. Oh, yes. Oh, right. That makes sense because controls everything. Well, yeah. Exactly. So the thing is what what's sad is is the kids I've gets involved and get caught in dot com. Got a mess, but I do understand why men fail because I did myself a away because. Certain things when you've got men or got the best beautiful wife in the world. And he's like I've been a pair of shoes you wear it a few time. Now, you start working on the heels because you do not pay attention to it anymore. The trail wanna trillions gone. And then you do not know to bring it back by respecting each other, and that kind of money, and I, you know. On three some they want to experience so much different thing. Remember, what happened to market baskets and thing, you know, they got they were billions. Each other. And and and I can understand why you get in trouble. I'm a man, and I understand Donna money. I listen, I I'm a very healthy male myself. And I understand about temptation and how these things happened, but they seem to happen. With people who on the surface anyway. You know, have so many smarts and so much going for them. And then whammo, and I it's just amazing. It's just a sociological cultural kind of thing that I'm noticing here and the bigger they are the harder they often fall to. No, that's true. Oh, absolutely. That the higher you come to fall. But but this is the thing. It's it's when when you got that kind of money, you got the surrounding doesn't say no to you like, they say Elvis, nobody said, no don't do that. And then this this guy got that kind of money. No one's Iran. I'm gonna say, that's no good. And and so the trap. It says, you know, money and power the ultimate aphrodisiac. Right. Let's face. So. Are you married? Are you Mary currently or well, I I've been married. That's my third one. Tell you should. But, but like, you said when you when you when you become older, you realize, you know, the thrilled that you're looking for. It was never like my first one my girl graduate from Kingston university. We went to California Boston. And then I was gonna West Hollywood back in the eighty threes. I'm sixty years old and then at home and then calling my crank calls. And then you keep going. Side of it. Strip club. You're doing this. And then you got it at home. You don't realize it. You're dumb and stupid. But I wish I had her now. But I wasn't that smart. I don't don't beat yourself too much because you're still a human being and we all make mistakes, we all have our faults and so forth. I just I've I always hope that people can can find the right made and be with that person. And and love more as they go along. But that's that's pollyanna for a lot of people. I understand that. Thank you. And thank you for saying that because I have a great woman right now. And and and she is great is that I have two kids with my second one. And there's some Baggies that come with it. But like you said, I'm I'm lucky to find somebody who will love me. And and I love her and right sometime you wish you had the underwrite decision. Add it good to hear from you. Appreciate your honesty, and you have a good night. Thanks, Eugene, six one seven. Two five four ten thirty and eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty. Kevin in Lynn is next on WBZ. Nightside. Kevin. How are you? My friend. Good. Good. You night. And that's. Oh, you had. Backpack. On the NBA stuff. You're everything called then on that show. Kiro because there was a guy that I took. Like when I'm the skull. And the study him. Believable. But now I've got down to basically use the tape. Nowhere else. I want to bring the legal aspects of the pre-nup tool to the table one call. Okay. Sure. Sure. Pre-nup cool people. Pre-nuptial Ariston stone monolithic concrete, and then not when you get to court if you're still bickering overcome pre-nuptial you find. Oh. Jack, always on that pre-nuptual. Very case. I was mobbing bursts of mob. I'm looking at it. I was going to bring that up the famous palimony case. Go ahead. Yeah. And that's because it'll that woman wasn't his white. She was called because it was. Carmen something states that recognized for many years. And a community property state and a few other things, even if they have caught cleanup labor relationship. The judge ended up if you bickering about who gets the kids who get how. Down the line. Then you have the judge making the decision, and you don't want judge be making when you sign pre-nuptial. Tap to like get behind. Pre-nuptial tear, or you wouldn't mind on my, you know. The whole the whole point of the pre-nuptial is so that right. Be. It's all etched in stone. You all both signed off from both agreed to I was reading about that. I was reading Marvin. Oh, where maybe they'll want. Massachusetts. The state. I was reading up on the Marvin Lee Marvin thing, and it was nineteen seventy seventy remember the name Marvin Mitchelson he was named Marvin too. He was the lawyer famous celebrity divorce attorney, and they found a quote that in the absence of an express agreement courts may look to a variety of other remedies to divide property equitably. And that might have been the launch of the prenuptial agreement. Property. Yeah. Yeah. Because after the end, there's all kinds of famous people you've got well at Liberace, for instance, believe it or not and Scott Thorson, you've got van Kleiber. And the pianist you've got Brady and Bill Maher was sued for nine million by his ex girlfriend. So if their cases the laying out their case Mewa goven in any state, Brussels. I would apply here -chusetts, you would want to go and read bad case because then you would know going into court. Well, this is what we do in listen on the property on the kid. Now, I'm telling you right now and everybody out there, and you could beat up on me when you call back in. Were on go ahead. Oh, me too bad because I can't call back and rebuts dogs things. Install they're not monolithic. Not current. I worked in field. I used to pay documents for couples getting divorced, and well, we we gonna have gay marriage. I was all pork. Because I knew that it was going to be him. Marriages just to get a healthcare and people get the healthcare did whatever it was. Okay. To create more work for guys like me and the no. No. Field that is this cynical Lynn citizen that you are Kevin. Good dirty rat, wait in the car. Regular Paul Newman from the verdict just waiting to pounce. I can tell. A couple of tricks from his movie one time London, drink the eggs. Right. Just don't drink those X. No, okay. Did not installing people don't be Kevin. I thank you so much. It's great to hear from you. Thank you so much, Mike. Okay. Good night. I don't I don't profess to be a lawyer. I just know that if you have a good lawyer, a proficient lawyer, then you may be in better shape, obviously. But yeah. So if you wanna comment on the divorce story does not only so much you can say about it. But what impact that has? If you've been divorced. Can you feel even the pain of a multi multi billionaire, of course, you can still human being both of them. But it's an interesting story anyway, six one seven two five four ten thirty is the number toll free eight eight eight nine two nine ten. Thirty lines are open. We'd love to hear from you on Dan Rae. Nightside. We'll continue right. After these words. Nightside.
"kingston university" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Facebook dot com forward slash Victoria, Stillwell. And you will find out more information about go to events pardon. My Facebook is is that a big place or is it going to be limited tickets like enemy limited tickets. Yes, limited tickets. I mean, but you know, the name sounds familiar CNN made him us one of CNN's heroes. Did he win the big thing? I think he won. I think he wanted all I think he will see it in hero of the year. Yeah. Last year the year before last year, I think it was two thousand fifteen because I remember watching that and just thinking, wow, I'm gonna get chills thinking about it. And you know, he really is an amazing, man. Yeah. He he is. Okay. Then then the next thing I want to tell everybody about is Crufts Croft is coming and I will be at crops and that is in March. But the thing that I have been working on with the people don't know what cross cross is the largest dog show in the world. Like men's now, I'm not a big dog show person. I have to say that now but Croft dislike the size of Madison Square Garden times four. And so I'm not really part of the dog show part. I'm part of everything else that celebrates the dogs. So we have the police Stokes there. We have they're hearing dogs for hearing impaired. We've got I mean, it is the largest expo the largest dog century amazingly awesome show for four days Birmingham England. And it is March. I think it's sort of March ninth tenth eleventh. Around there. I wish I could go we go to come and see us whole full with forty five come a rock out. I love it. And I also want to tell please get your tickets for the two thousand seventeen national dog bite prevention and behavior conference. It's happening kingston-upon-thames the United Kingdom Kingston university Saturday, the twenty th June two thousand seventeen and Sunday twenty fifth of June two thousand seventeen if you want to find out more, please go to positively dot com forward slash db. See get your tickets now. It is an amazing. We have the most incredible lineup of speakers, Sarah, Fisher, Sharad Patel, KENDALL shepherd and Grecia Stewart Daniel mills, oh my gosh. I mean, it's it's the most amazing conference. So it's not just about dog bites. Not just about aggression is about behavior in general. You will end so much and that's happening. So get your tickets now, I just carry your bags everywhere. And I love that. It's kingston-upon-thames I'm going to rename. I'm for for a pawn easy. We have an easement on our property. You know, I like I like to call it a stream, but it's actually an easement. It goes into the into the Gaza. It's the yes. Yes. So whenever says, where's this party? I'll be like it's the for for upon us. That's great. I know, isn't it lovely. I do that's another English expression everybody. Okay. I call my daughter's twelve. Oh, girl. She england. Oh, it's an English expression. She'd be like, oh my God. Look at those shoes. They're horrible. I'm sorry. That's. Russia. You can get away with anything big English. Anyway. So, but here's what I want to talk to you about victorious still academy for Doug training behavior. This is what we've been working on for five years. We've had the most amazing first year we had two classes two groups of students in the US one group students in the UK. It's incredible. And I'm very excited to introduce you now to Alesnia who is mental coordinator. And I mean, my gosh everything else at visa academy, and she's going to be talking to. So if you want to be a dog trainer or if you just want to learn more about dogs. You wanna start a career start a business? Then the VISA academy is for you. Hi allie. Hello, her new Holly. I got a chance to go..
"kingston university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The doctor in one eight seven seven dhaka-delhi one eight seven seven. DA L. So a lot of us know that we shouldn't have grapefruit juice when we take medications such as our cholesterol, medications like our status. Okay. I think we know some of you don't know that. Yeah. You got avoid grapefruit juice when you take a statin medications and other types of medications because it can interfere with the metabolism and they can make it could accidentally elevate levels. Hiring your body than you thought you were taking and I will give you. Of medicines grapefruit juice sorry about this not to be drunk. Taken with. However, we have some other sorry while I'm googly. We have some other interactions that we need to talk about. Oh, yeah. I forgot antihistamines. I wanted to include those I knew there was some of the things when it comes to grapefruit juice you need to avoid taking it with an history means like Allegra. Statin medications, which we talked about certain sort of blood pressure medications like pro cardia Glendale, you have to be careful the grapefruit, juice and certain anti psychotics. Certain benzodiazepines. How many of you did not know that you can't mix valium and grapefruit juice? Methadone you can't have grapefruit juice. If you're on Viagra. You're not supposed to drink grapefruit juice Viagra. And some of you said well good, then I could take half a pill and drink biogra-. No, no dumbass with it. Certainly the presence or an anti arrhythmic so grapefruit juice is or eating a grapefruit is very very popular breakfast dish. And some of you even like greyhounds, it's a very popular Knight Frank. But now you've got to be careful because it could interfere with a lot of the way your liver makes or tablets his medications, but there's also other interactions. So in a piece for the paper the conversation. A pharmacy fellow at Kingston university, Phillip Crawley reveal some of the most noteworthy interactions with food drink and herbal remedies that you need to be aware of. So we are talking about the grapefruit, juice and cholesterol management. But also when I had people on Kumaon or warford we had to be really careful with green leafy vegetables. And for those of you excuse me, those guys that are given the blood thinner. You're told you have a list of vegetables to avoid well, some of you may forget, go out and have some salads and vegetables, etc. But. Supplements and foods that contain vitamin k such as green leafy vegetables and green tea covered just the effect of their blood thinner warford by speeding up its removal from the body. Meaning that those taken it may suffer serious consequences, including an increased risk of strokes or deep-vein thrombosis. So a lot of people on this war for in our honor the Kuban because they're so they called atrial fibrillation where the heart rather than pumping and the blood being pumped out rhythmically and consistently an atrial fibrillation heart the of the electrical circuit messed up work goes. Boop. Boop. Boop. Boop. Boop. Boop. Boop, and the heart doesn't get good pumps so blood Sledge's around and then starts a class. So somebody with atrial fibrillation can unfortunately when when when the heart does have a good pump. Throw this clot of blood up to the brain or other parts of the body. And so that unfortunately, could put you at risk for a stroke. So we put you on Kuban make sure to thins the blood wherever you got a new valve for your heart. Again, we'll give you a blood thinner. So they say if you are making any changes in your diet wife is going vegan, whatever you need to let them know because they may have to adjust your. Now, there's a lot of people don't realize many of you guys taking antidepressants called the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. But if you take it with ibuprofen, you could increase your risk of internal bleeding. Or, you know, so if you start to see dark stools blacks, tools, or if you start to feel faint or does your stomach cramps. It could be it's because the antidepressant is enhancing the effect of your ibuprofen. And so you might have to be on a stomach protecting drugs. So like some of you guys, look, I was told to take my Zoloft or my lex pro or my back on a regular basis, and then they get into a car accident, and they gave me ibuprofen. Okay. But if you are then given ibuprofen you better take stomach. Now. This one is pretty well known. But with us, ladies, but the guys might not know it try to dissolve. Or or in brand name. Flacco is a medication we've taken for variety of bowel issues, but also women will take it for bacterial notice. And there's even a metric gel cream that some women used, but some women will take the medication orally, and we know to not drink audit. Because if you drink on it, you could get really really sick, it causes severe, nausea and vomiting, a lot more men are taking flat you'll now for GI issues and gastrointestinal bugs because again, it's generic and insurance companies cover it. So you cannot drink alcohol while you're taking Toronto does all or flash. That could be pretty bad. That a lot of you are on the birth control pill. Great. But if you take Saint John's wart for your moods. To help with depression, or I don't Zaidi if you take ST John's wart that could make your birth control pill, less effective. They say Saint John's wart is an example of an enzyme inducer. It's speeds up the breakdown of another substance by encouraging the breakdown of the other drug at a faster rate than normal. Then the other drug becomes less effective, and they say Saint John's wart can have that effect on many drugs, including contraceptive pills, by the way, you should never take John's wart with an antidepressant, especially an SS awry because you could put yourself, unfortunately into serotonin syndrome. So Saint John's wart well decrease the effectiveness of the contraceptive pill. So if you have a daughter and she's on the pill, and she goes, you know, oh, don't worry. Mom, dad. Remember, I told you I was a little sad. Don't worry. Sounds of it over the counter. I'm good. No. She's not good. If she's taking Saint John's wart now, she could be a risk perverse working getting pregnant. So then calcium supplements and other medications, we take calcium and vitamin d to strengthen her bones prevent fractures. However, these drugs can also interfere with other processes of the drugs. Do they recommend having a gap between two and six hours between taking calcium and other drugs? So if you take a medication at night, maybe wait and take your calcium in the morning or vice versa. Or take it. Maybe if you're taking something before meal, then take it maybe before you go to bed, but they say, it's very important. If you are taking any of the drugs, you know, that we talk about do not stop them. You don't wanna, you know, start changing, your antidepressant or blood pressure, medication your cholesterol medication. But what's very interesting is we have a lot of people popping pills and not just medication for reciprocals. Poppy, the lot of supplements. Now that we have all these health food stores and all this advertising. There's people going, okay, I can take this vitamin or I could take this take this supplement. Everybody's into supplements. And it's because you see some of these healthy people and skinny and good looking people going. Yep. My trainer told me to get this. My trainer told me to this. I can tell you how many people told me to buy supplemented dejected Lee squat. You really got eat healthy. You want green leafy vegetables? We gotta be careful from Kuban. But still the key is is going to be supplements for your calcium in your vitamin d I get that. If you need more you need to do it. But if you could eat the cottage cheese. Right and get some calcium. If you could eat the fish to get your fish oil. That's probably one of the things to do. But I it's amazing. I see people. Well, you know, I'm started to that too. I have to take vitamin d. I'm on max citrate. I'm on. And now I'm on hormones right for you know, because I'm starting to go through the change. I know I told you I'm twenty nine I'm a twenty nine year old they go through the change. And you know, I started to go gosh, I'm starting to take some stuff. My do. I really want to mix it. And then if every now, and then I wanna take a Tylenol or I want to take an ibuprofen. You know, I just double check. Okay. That's not gonna hurt.
"kingston university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios coming up we're going to be speaking with the first portfolio manager for a fixed income ETF. Now, the head of ice shares America is four fixed strategy at black rock talking all about some of the new fangled ETF's coming out. Plus, we're gonna be taking a look at the scandal at Dansk Bank, the biggest Bank in Denmark, and the implications. But right now, let's head over to Greg Jarrett freight, Bloomberg business flash. Greg kalija, the S and P is mixed as tech firms way on benchmarks led by semiconductor maker Advanced Micro Devices banks, you're pacing the games the U on gains after China indicates you will not devalue its currency the dollar falls against most peers and the Mexican peso reversed arise after report indicated the US and Canada are unlikely to reach a deal on NAFTA this week Steve Kean Kingston University School of economics history in politics tells. Bloomberg the trade war between the US and China is quite different than any in the past. Because this is the first time America's Feist arrival, which is bigger than news and also Raul which was grown as Donald Trump bought Raleigh. Complains by three location of American manufacturing. And then the acquisition. And foul of American technology. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here and radio S and P five hundred is a little changed to the Dow is up six tenths of a percent of one hundred seventy the NASDAQ's down four tenths of a percent down. Thirty three the ten year is down eight thirty seconds with the three point zero. Eight percent was Texas intermediate. Crude is now up one point three percent at seventy seventy nine of barrel. Comex gold's up a half a percent at twelve oh nine fifty an ounce. The dollar yen won twelve thirty two the euro dollar sixteen seventy one the British pounds of dollar thirty one fifty five sources say Goldman Sachs group is promoting Dan dis to help run. Wall Street's top investment. Banking franchise has leadership changes spread ahead of David Solomon's reign as chief executive officer. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg markets continues now with Lisa Abramowicz..
"kingston university" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Just need to talk to them. Home. Panero is she was told, we can't. Anti migrant sentiment is stronger in this region former east Germany than the rest of the country. So we support for the far right party Alternativa for does land theories abound as to why economic equality after reunification. A relatively short, democratic tradition, uncle Merkel may want to move on from the migrant crisis at twenty fifteen. This area. This city may not let her journey hill the Russian space. Agency says the crew of the international space station is in no danger. After oxygen was found escaping the orbiter German astronaut Alexander girst plugged the hole with his finger and then used sealant and duct tape to repair the gap engineers on earth and are considering how to repair the whole more permanently. Dr Adam Baker is a space engineer from Kingston university in the south, east of England. So in the orbit of the space stations in which is a couple of hundred miles out, there's actually quite a lot of debris is pieces. Old defunct satellites. It small rocks. It's flexible paint, and these things do hit the space station. Fairly often. It's quite a big target is the size of a football field. Fortunately, it's been designed to resist most impacts as the space station modules made of metal. They're double walled shell that very resistant to most small particles. But occasionally you do get something that can penetrate through and she caused the leak for more details has out science correspondent Jonathan, Amos, the thing you have to remember about that environment up. There is the there is this material that washes around dusty, but some pieces. The station is moving at twenty seven thousand kilometers an hour, seven kilometers a second. If you have a little bit of of rock coming in the other direction, the energy is such that even the smallest Friedemann can do a lot of damage and it can puncture the skin of the station. Now, this particular hall we understand is in a part of the Soyuz craft, which brings. The astronauts up to the station, then takes them back down is also in a non critical part of that victim as well as what they call the orbital module, which is a bit on the front, which that could junk when they come back down. So that bit has the little leak in it. They'll get rid of that before they actually enter the atmosphere. So I think mission control is a pretty relaxed about the situation at the moment, but it is an ever-present problem that they have to deal with. You know, when they do spacewalks, they pull themselves along the outside the station on rails. And when they come back in the gloves, sometimes are cut and frayed because the rail has been hit by similar types of little rocky fragments and has produced a sharp edge. So yet that's the environment that they're in. Fortunately, the modules themselves, they have this sort of sacrificial skin on the outside, which takes some of the energy out of an impact, and then several layers of kevlar on the light to to protect the in a home, Jonathan, Amos. Every weekend. You can hear a review of the weeks may new stories and why they matter. That's in the world this week and his Celia Hatton. We are interested in NAFTA to as housing, how much of a win it is for President Trump economically and politically not to mention the other countries involved me and Mars top generals were named and shamed this week with a recommendation they face war crimes trials over what happened to the row. Hinges and President Putin found himself doing a rare u-turn Russia's changing its plans over pensions plus power drains away from the Iranian president. How weather forecasters are battling cholera and the scandal over child sex abuse is being used, undermine the reformist pope Francis. Thank you. See the world. This week is broadcast on Saturdays and Sundays and is available to download from our website..
"kingston university" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"And but I think you know the problem with that is then you know when Sundance productions come on, I think it was Showtime came out if the other partner gradually gets watered down. I don't know if that's what happened, but, but you know, that's my sense of what happened. Because when you look at the four part series, I mean, it's very well. There's some some great archiving tells the story, Bobby Kennedy, which which is great to to bring that to you. Young audience, but and I just feel chances miss because they, they did a success interview with Dr done Brown who, again has the most startling new evidence in terms of sir programming, and it was completely from the series. So I think that's the kind of that's the climate eating with in terms of, you know, making broadcasts documentaries and making stuff net flicks and being able to tell the story Unitel whenever you put together something like even when it comes to putting together something as simple as a podcast that seems to kinda shake the tree. And I'm curious after you put out our of k. must die, who came out of the woodwork to either correct you or to add more to the story. I think that was the good thing about the book because the kind of followed the film. So I made the film and stuff committed would particularly around the identification of the an CIA JR in the hotel. And so and that that kind of maybe coward my thinking. In terms of, you know, the balance of opinion on wetter with that, they were pertained to be enough, and you know you kind of learned, you know, it's it's a long road. I mean, I've been, I guess, researching Bobby Kennedy case for fourteen years. My book was recently kind of reassured by scores, scars publishing, and I, I did a lengthy kind of log summarizing the last ten years of the case and his gratifying how much has happened in ten years and how much my views of gradually evolved. And I guess you know the the main thing I say, but it is more cautious in terms of not jumping not jumping to conclusions. And I guess our came by showed rookie investigates her, you know, feeding his way into the subject and into this kind of genre. And this kind of shady the me mom of, you know, spooks and and loss of pitfall. Nls for an investigator into political us nation. And I guess I've learned from that bamboo apply. It's system projects, sin taking on a story like Watergate high, the benefit of that experience. But I do look for kind of, you know, a second or third level of, I guess, evidence on something before commit a certain view and things. How do you manage the balance? All of the work that you're doing? I mean, you talked about different films still working on different books that used still working. How do you manage the balance that with your life and then still working King's College? Since I've started family of four years ago, and I've been working Kingston university of churn filmmaking. I'm part of my job descriptions not just like lecturing and film, but also doing doing good research and research for me who's making films or writing books. You know, as of undoing Watergate. So it's very much supported in terms of my fulltime job on if the great anchor for for the work that I'm doing. So pretty much I'm still making the films and writing books that I've always done. But it gives me as a base to do that from which is which has been fantastic. So yeah, I mean, I think that's at the heart of Honey kind of independent so make or kind of independent writer working on these kind of subjects as said with the Bubby us nation, there's never going to be a lot of money. And so it's it's a question of finding the right balance between them in my case academe Lia and the stuff that I'm writing and filming being research value and but also being what I want to do. So you know, happily worked quite well, and I'm continuing my trajectory to this season seventy. So where's the best place for people to keep up with you and all the projects doing. I think in terms of the Bubby Kennedy projects, there's a, there's a discretionary on Facebook stuff, nation, Bubby Kennedy, where you can join and I post any relevant kind of news, updates articles about Bobby Kennedy case there, and and also my film website is he to films dot com, which is my company, stroke distribution company, and.
"kingston university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To the real story from the bbc world service with me with la shah this week we're asking if donald trump is the great disruptor of the global order and if he's upending existing structures what may replace them where joined by rail in paris professor of international relations at the university of ottawa and a former foreign policy adviser to justin trudeau who joins us from canada natalie taught she who's the director of the institute for international affairs in rome van marbly professor of economics at concordia university in the us and steve king who's professor of economics at kingston university he's in the netherlands in a moment we're going to discuss what might replace the western liberal order and he may be the winners and losers in a new system but i want to pick up from the convoy that we were having a little bit earlier steve king we were talking about the significance of that singapore summit if donald trump has changed the way in which america does business with its allies and he may have adhd few people along the world in a sense isn't it puncturing something that perhaps has been taken for granted in the post world war two era there was nothing inevitable about the us intervention in world war two there was nothing inevitable that that kind of role by the us would continue forever do you wish was forgotten itself as playing as other international policeman role thought that consensus only would continue so long as america felt it was still able to hold that position of global dominance and power and what's been happening ross of china particular has challenged that there was grumblings of throughout america they became rumblings with donald trump in power you can't underestimate the extent to which to a cheese rather strange personalities and major source of whether it's coming from just because it's not clear what the strategy is it doesn't mean it's going to fail.
"kingston university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In a specially composed piece of music by vangelis that will be beamed towards the nearest black hole from a large european space agency satellite dish in spain professor workings final resting place in the nave of the abbey will be close to that of charles darwin and isaac newton place that the dean of westminster has described as entirely fitting bbc news welcome to the real story with me with la shah and this week we begin outside the shiny black door of the prime minister's residence number ten downing street in london more than forty years ago leaders from the seven richest industrialized nations met here for just the second time this early g seven meeting was marked by a shed zayed's about the state of the global economy the canadian prime minister pierre trudeau miss stolen the show when he was caught on camera doing a pirouette behind an oblivious queen elizabeth his son justin trudeau is now canada's prime minister and hosting the forty four th g seven summit he wasn't dancing but sparring with the us president donald trump over the tariffs he's imposed on canada's products the bus stop in which president trump called mr trudeau dishonest a week came just days before the american president signed a nuclear deal with the north korean leader kim jong un the president's critics say by chastising friends and cozying up to foes he's tearing up the rule book without considering the consequences his supporters say a new approach to intern national diplomacy is long overdue so which is it and if the international order that america helped to build after world war two is coming to an end what will replace it that's our topic this week now let's get to the studio and meet the panel panel is steve kean professor of economics at kingston university he joins us from amsterdam fund mobley professor of economics at concordia university he joins us from the walkie role in paris professor of international relations at the university of ottawa and the former foreign policy adviser to justin trudeau he's in ottawa unnaturally tachi who's the director of the institute for international affairs in rome welcome to all of you and i'd like to begin by asking each of you the same question is what we term.
"kingston university" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Fifty five years ago dr martin luther king junior was sitting in a prison reading the newspaper when he came across an open letter from a group of clergymen the letter to him it criticised dr king for coming to birmingham to protests and so he wrote them back he said i'm here because injustices here and he went on to compare himself to the jewish prophets who left their villages to travel far and wide to tell people this is what the lord says like them dr king felt compelled to carry the gospel of freedom beyond his hometown dr king finished that letter from birmingham jail fifty five years ago today and his words are just as important now as they were in one thousand nine hundred sixty three they remind us not to stay home and stay silent when we see injustice and they also remind us that the american instinct will always be to confront injustice wherever it may be and that's why president truman supported the creation of israel there were lots of reasons for him to simply stay out of it to leave it to the british or to the united nations but he could not stand to see jews languish in the concentration camps he knew that the only way forward was for the united states to support the creation of the state of israel but today u s support for israel is in danger and the threat comes from two places i it comes from antisemitism here in the united states which has become a flood tide in one year antisemitic incidents have increased by nearly sixty percent and frankly it's coming from all sides philip spencer in america's professor of holocaust and genocide studies at kingston university has documented how the nazis were able to build a movement based on anti semitism it's because the political parties never pushed back not the social democrats or the communist in germany and not the resistance across the.
"kingston university" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The firm is aiming to sell at prices that could value it more than twenty three billion dollars they are the stories were waking up to this morning on talk radio i am professor steve king is with us from the school of economics history in politics at kingston university we are looking at the the newspapers this morning but we were we got a little bit sidetracked talking about brexit but anyway that's the way these you've you've tend to an interesting couple of stories actually in the times which used to think contradict each other one is this story that uh the treasury secretary at least trust is accusing middleclass professionals of of a basically running a close shop yeah she is entitled barrier and if we get rid of the mortgage battery maker read all these berries of the middle class has got up its fending a self will have a better functioning economy more economic reform and on the same page down the bottom we have nhs managing numbers up the jeep page and nurses down and this is the does not compute climate because bushy that he's not he's not arguing the case then we have the middle class take you'll the you know the top jobs in middle management bullish the middle class inclusion used to include nurses and settling included doctors and what's happening now is looking at the conditions that got to work and again address the pie they've got the bureaucratic iva lay on top of them which is really come out of all this attempt to make them more competitive it's been bureaucratize ing discuss this competition is driving them out and what you getting in state is lots and lots of middle managers so instead when you go to the nhs to get a itchy health check you'll have you'll have a bureaucrat telling you what whether the youthful that your tax forms properly yeah it's it's it is destroying this is the last eight well this is the problem of them had nothing to do with classes the problems do with measurement is in the in the in the public sector generally the we have all of these key performance indicators the kpig isaiah for that we do not wish them a half the time of measuring the wrong the.
"kingston university" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"On daca walkout over degree and it will cut his bbc in go ahead my degree put me on tv doesn't lila that doesn't mean anything they don't care about that i found out quite quickly and and i decided to just for a laugh try stomach committee and i performed that my universities talent shea and i can dance people that know me know me for my daunting without saying his quite calm quiet live a breakdown support poppa type vibe so they asked me to dance and i was asked right on its come out and decent qomaty there election no wiped lead a really fun lot of written it's five minutes fleas and they would i okay and then i did that and i told place down and then from then i was like oh who funny i mean i only did it just because you don't like when you when you have a piece of paper and you scrunch up can i get it in the bin and he just fro and if you get in the been it's amazing but if you daren't does and that's how i forgot comedy as i let me see if i can do stand up for comments made on lob learned on and i did it and it went so well die side taking it sears like thinking that i could be a comedian i'm roundabout that time is when i was getting bullied by maher housemates they were not can they just what nice girls to me and they were my friends and people dietary respected but they had they would lie about me and they made a facebook page coup kingston university uncovered and it which is all these things about me ky ko saying i'm a horan i've step with all these guys and all this kind of stuff knows it light none of it was shoot and as but like all like from her from her roommate's mouths whenever we bring a guy who am i always hit light find him leave in londonderry might thus i used to come home from work and find people having.
"kingston university" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And blubber sports car drivers enjoy greater spikes of testosterone which also aides fat loss by the way than men who driver own sedans this is from concordia university in montreal the so i think we're just going to quit the i'm just going to go off the air right now i'm i'm gonna drive down to the bmw audi dealer and just get a sports car if one other sports car dealers here and now i think i've had it with my sedan but uh can you imagine that and you know come to think of it i i know both women and men that have had that experience where they've they've traded in their car for us sportier car and they they seemingly act younger they have more energy they're doing more things i indian maybe you've seen that in your life but i come to think of it have seen that myself as well never five way to increase your testosterone quercetin compounds now this article from kingston university says it they site of red wine as being a source of it but you can also get a supplement or citrus fruits are an excellent source of uh of course attend at the flap annoy compound found in in foods and that actually increases levels of testosterone in the blood and a number of five and you might not like this one a chili cold post jim shower that boost your testosterone and sperm count as well for you men this is from the journal of andrology so good reason to take a cold shower or aids welcome to our number two.