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"lady dorothy" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"I don't know where you'd the gamut the gamut as spanning the gamut of phase were running the gamut that's it, and that's called. Monkey Misfire Nick always makes fun of me because I always mix up colloquial phrases and that was a perfect example of one. You create new ones. Now let's not sugarcoat it. Then we're talking about, let's in the News New York ballots have a shit ton of Typos and other countries feel bad for American but first we want it say what's going on Angelo's life. Angela. I'm good. I'm excited for this episode vote bitches. I signed up recently to do in keeping with our theme. This week I signed up to do text banks text banking Virginia. Which? Those. Annoying people that I get from and I might not alone I. Honestly forget that those are actually humans because I know I'm just getting up because I didn't. If I would have known, it was like anti would have been a much nicer when I got ones from not for Biden I'm happy about that but the thing actually what was annoying me Ways, so I voted for senators. A. Not Either of our first choices which no, but I'm very excited to vote for him now like I'm writing for Biden, I'm all for bite him but I had voted for Bernie Sanders and when there was that point where it was very clear that like it was Biden and not Bernie I was still getting all these texts from Bernie supporters be like come out for this like thing or like kill you don't. WanNa be like fucking Lamy alone. Okay. I'm depressed enough that we lost like I'm not putting any more effort. I'm sorry like like the war has like you lost the war and I'm very sad about it and but we need to move on together and so like that was when I was being Kinda bitchy over a well, actually I think ignored most of them but that's when I wanted to be bitchy I was like stop continuing to tax me when we lost I'm I'm with you but we're not coming to anymore virtual rallies like it's over. I know I know Yeah and like the also I get constant emails about donating money. You know you put your name down for something one time that concept being drained It's easy to get a little annoyed but they're humans. This is good to know. I didn't know that I mean they don't need to be human they all say the same stuff by that's that's how I feel and I know they are and there's not really too much room for personalization with the communications. It's like you're copying and pasting how do they vetting the shit like what if you come out haste and what if you're just like? ps like you up or like. Sending a Dick Pic like can this happen I know it seems like such a flawed system that it's Insane that bad things don't happen more. Often I have seen like viral screen shots of of volunteers for political campaigns, going off the rails and like. So how do they know that people don't like trump supporters aren't going to sign up for Biden and unlike mess with his database it's actually funny that you ask that because I did the training, they make, you do like a a training in a live zoom which you have to wait for the they have scheduled like. Times and days, which is again it's so that you can ask questions and whatever. But. I think that it would probably be great if they could have a capri recorded thing and then they would get more people doing it. You know like rather than it's like if none of the day's work for me but whatever the point is, I, did the training on the zoom and there's the zoom chat and I was so entertained by the chat the whole time because it was definitely all older folks Roman well, like everybody writing in all caps Same same thing multiple times but one of the big questions yeah was people in all cast. There's this lady Dorothy and Dorothy had a million questions dorothy. It was like, how do we weed out the wrong people and that question the answer? They didn't answer that question So it's like I don't why is this not happen? Not Like I'm trying to give any body some any bad people some good ideas. But why does that not happen more often where they don't just like they infiltrate and like do you actually get these people's techs numbers? No so they can monitor. So it's all done through slack. It's not like from your personal because there's another thing Dorothy is really worried about she was like for the person during information or the class was like this is all anonymous nobody will see your number and then an all caps she's like, yes, it must be anonymous. I will not share information. Story. Love. It I'm excited and I. Really hope that I get one the high it Dorothy from Biden campaign. Excited to be like heard a lot. You hire a lot of that. But it's also it warms my heart that. These people who like I? Think there's definitely people who were like challenged by the technology of all this and they're still trying so heartwarming I I really like so same woman they said multiple. Times that afterwards they were going to send over like all the information that we went over in the training. So if it was too much, you didn't have to remember it all at once but she was like I'm taking pictures with my computer with my phone. My God which she also, there's the concept of screen shots, Lawson Dorothy but. It actually it made me feel really good. I was like. Return at.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on WEEI

"Was like one shot it was like multiple points for the trigger do you got clearly have not forgotten about it pushing the odds with math for all weekday afternoons from one to four eastern SB nation radio introducing automotive maps dot com a brand new website for anyone interested in what's happening in the world of automobiles from reviews on the latest vehicles to vintage rights to tips on keeping your family safe on the road automotive map dot com has something for you if you love cars trucks and SUVs and the amazing technology getting your favorite show room check out the brand new automotive map dot com the offense gets the stamp on his work chapter four to look this is door phone sports welcome back the young lady Dorothy's Mike Wilson yes it is the door upon sports weekend edition get address let's wrap about what's happening in our world right now one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine hit us up on Twitter follows their check this out for Mike it's picks for me it's going to be door fun sports you would check out the Facebook page to coax tons a good interaction there it's store fun.

"lady dorothy" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

08:21 min | 10 months ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on WRVA

"Twenty I'm John Reid good morning to you Gary good morning John how was your weekend yeah relatively out of that but we got a puppy I was just saying how I was just gonna ask how the new addition was doing the puppy decided to stay up last night well that's what puppies there so but you know I I gotta I gotta tell you I have a a seven week old puppy kind of running around with all those needs is is good to distract from all this other stuff that's going on and make sure is that it's not gonna be a boring weekend anytime soon so well there you go that's a very exciting yeah it's it's it's been enough for those of you that want to see him other pictures on social media I need to put a couple of pictures up yeah I don't look my best this week I didn't didn't look my best this weekend so that was how you look has no relevance to pictures of the dog now the yeah I got the dog is the dog is going to be a big hit but I can't look like a really baths a time so nobody misses of you holding the dog yes don't just picture the dog yes god will the dog will make his debut sometime this afternoon and the name again is Jack's jags that's right J. accidents yeah Alonso's mom lover she such a wonderful lady but she's very she does not like dirt she's very very you know you have take your shoes off before you go in the house and everything which is I mean she just really hard core about that Sir the they did not grow up having pets as children so this is the first dog he's ever had I mean I grew up but I look like my huckleberry Finn compared the way these folks up grew up that's very exciting chided me to distract you from the news in the morning I'm happy to talk about it I think everybody's looking for something that's kind of Bob positive and heartwarming any disputed that lot of people really do plan on Holy Week which started yesterday with with Palm Sunday Sunday and this is going to be a different experience for for just about everybody I think if you know there was a reporter a lot of social media about a reporter after a White House briefing said that this will be the first time we have Americans won't celebrate Easter and the the Christian community has not responded well to that says like Hey just because when we interest as we will be somewhere Easter yeah I think that's that's a very important tribe try being a place where you're banned from celebrating Easter or where they're very real social consequences for being caught going into a secret church I'd I've I've went through one one Easter like that and it was a an interesting experience it made me value the freedom that we have in the United States compared to what I was experiencing then so yeah that was your weekend you okay it was good yeah everything was good just a little okay your mom good yeah she's well yes we're keeping her strictly quarantined I know that's kind of neat I haven't talked to anybody other than my own parents who were in their late seventies but I I would think at this stage even though you know in your own head that this isolation is keeping you safe at some point that starts to have where on you physically and mentally to be kinda locked up like that she has actually done soon calls with some of our some of her people she's tight with so that's helped a lot good well she's if she's on the cutting edge of the technology like well let's not go crazy right she requires some assistance but yes better than the average person in their eighties I'll give that to him and she's safe and sound all right well I'm glad to talk to you as you always talk to you soon very good it is five thirty nine on this Monday morning we are glad to have you with us here for Richmond's morning news on news radio W. R. VA if you can stick with this this morning I think we got some interesting folks to talk to Norman Leahy who is the Virginia columnist for The Washington Post will join us sounds like Norman is getting word that governor Northam and his team may face what I think is kind of an ugly reality for them that some of the ideas that the progressives who make up the base of the Democrat party I. in Virginia and nationally some of some of the things that they were so excited about like the minimum wage and pay raises for state workers that some of those things might not make it and the governor may have to veto some of these bills or change them as we head towards this April twenty second the veto session at the General Assembly so we'll hear what Norman is talking about state senator and Dr Shaban Donovan's will join us and we'll see we hear what she's found out over the weekend about the numbers here in Virginia and our reaction statewide and then timber talk who is the communications director for president trump's reelection campaign joins us at eight o'clock so I hope you'll stay with is one of the things I've been trying to do every day during this lockdown is have some one representing a charity on air because there's so many charities that are really just being devastated not able to hold their fundraisers not able to do the normal activities that that they would do to make sure that they've got the money in the bank to a function for the rest of the year and former Virginia First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe will join us to talk about a no kid hungry the food program that's out there and we'll see how they're kind of dealing with the the new reality for the these months and the services that they are able to provide around there is a door a Dorothy McAuliffe will be with us at eight thirty lots of folks to talk to here this morning I guess in our next half hour we'll go over these numbers for the Wuhan corona virus in Virginia I gotta tell ya I mean I don't want to jinx said I don't want you know the end of next week to be the point at which we resemble New York I just don't think that's going to happen to you if you're looking at these numbers and you've been tracking this for a while can you figure out what we say seven to fourteen days is the incubation period from the time of exposure to the time that someone who really demonstrates that they've got the infection and potentially wind up hospitalized the numbers are still pretty low here in Virginia thank goodness for that so coming up in our next half hour let's go over the numbers in Virginia nationally will talk but New York to where does seem that they are overwhelmed on some level although I keep hearing that the that the hospitals it was somebody in Gary's news gases at the hospitals were were packed aye Daddy you know during all these commercial breaks I'll check to see if that's true I'm I have heard from people who were working in New York in healthcare that that's not correct that you know it's not like people are sitting on the steps hoping to get into the hospital a because there's so many people in there so I need to get get a handle on that you know maybe maybe there's an increase in the numbers but I hope that it's not as horrible as everybody's making it out to be or as some of the reporters are making it out to me we'll try to get an update and we'll bring you up to date on the latest numbers in Virginia just a few minutes here on news radio WRVA smartphone tablet desktop laptop or platform neutral three news radio WRVA on radio dot com anywhere on any device get the news weather and traffic information you need news radio WRVA can I help you ma'am well it's actually my lawn that needs help no problem try this grass seed okay sounds good in some fertilizer and of course the story when he answered try these.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Yes yes yes and doctors e on today's show. We have a fabulous guest. I mean fabulous is really an understatement statement. Can I can come up with a better adjective than that. Let me say this guy is reverse of an excuse. Let's say there's a lot of excuses we can have for not starting a company we could say. Oh you're darn too tired too tired. I don't have time I don't have enough. I don't have any money. I can't find good people or you could say I'm blind you could. If you set everybody would pretty much say you know what the okay now. You're talking metaphorically or physically physically limited use that as an excuse judge. Today's guest earned earned his fortune after losing his vision after losing his vision. He gained a vision for his life. Jim stovall welcome onto the throne time. Show I do. I am graded great to be with you guys as always sir. I'm not sure if you're aware. Are you aware bestselling author. Yes I yeah I get to the envelopes in the mail periodically. That remind me of that now. If you can't see before we get into your new book how do you you on a on a daily basis. Work away at writing your books because you have. How many books have you written now? Mr Jim I think forty six so with that many the books. What is your process like for writing a book well to me and you know? I'm embarrassed to tell you guys as a as a bestselling author with ten million books imprint. When I could read the way you guys with my eyes? I don't know that I ever read a whole book cover to cover. I was nearly thirty years old when I lost my fate completely and I was not a reader but after that I discovered high-speed digital listening and I read a book every day there hasn't been a day in the last Twenty eight years. I haven't read a whole book cover to cover and that changed my life maybe wannabe a writer. And then I have some very talented people down the hall here Lady Dorothy Thompson. I dictated dictatorship over forty of my books two and twenty five year period. and I write a weekly syndicated column. We've done over a thousand of those and then eight of my books have been turned into movies and we write the screenplay for me. Everything's audio. It's no different than talking to you. Guys I just start you know once upon a time and I the end we live happily ever after an in between there. There's a book and I don't understand spelling punctuation. Anything like that and I very very talented people people that fix all of those things I talk just like I'm talking to you now. You said I'm not trying to to a pimp paint you against a in the corner here but I think you just said that you read a book every day. Are you listening to a book. Every day did did I get that correct sir. Yeah I I do I I. was a part of an experiment that was done with compressed digital audio and The digital world I came came about and they worked with me and several hundred other people across the country and to see. How fast can you go? And you know any just boiling the frog. You just turn it up a little more than a little more than a little more and You know depending on the content. I can listen it to three point. Five or four times normal speed so so you know a standard audio book. They might be eight hours long. I can listen to in two hours. Something like that so You know and I like you. I get up early early every day. I'm up at four and you know. Generally I've read a book or the better part of a book before I even come into the office. Kit Do you have any type of device nearby. Why were you could play us an audio excerpt of what that sounds like me? See What I. That's cool yeah because if you did I just I wanna read a book. I get fixated on these ideas when someone says something like. That's why I love interviewing people like Jim when somebody throws out day it blows my mind and I almost can't recode to try this audio over the phone standing by go thing going we think there you go. WHOA well that was profane mark on me? Okay that right there. I might buy frog. August not birding as auditors province. To that I am. I am glad that is a book that was written by a gentleman that I'm not sure I'm not sure. All of his content is ready for prime time so A little bit there. Aw No as a man who has earned wealth since going blind to the listeners. Out there because I want to get into your new book. I want listeners to know where you came from. How did you earn your fortune? How did you earn your first million dollars walk listeners? Through how you started your first business. Well quick. Quick Story I I grew up here in Tulsa Oklahoma. I was a poor student. I thought I was going to be an athlete. My whole goal in life is to be an all American football all player and then go into the NFL and make my living Doing that and the scouts and coaches and people that monitor that felt I had the size and speed to do that. That's why I thought that was Basically going to be my career then one year before going to play a season of football every year before you big time football you have to get a physical. They WanNa make sure your healthy before they take you out and try to kill you and so I- during this physical. I was diagnosed with the condition that would cause me to lose my sight and through a set of circumstances that would be a whole book and movie by itself. I switched over and became an Olympic weightlifting champion and finished my leg career that way okay and then by age twenty nine did lose all of my site and and moved into this little nine by twelve room in the back of my house. I thought I'd never leave again. I had my radio and telephone my tape recorder and that was my whole world and the thought of running a television network with over thousand stations are writing books or speaking to millions of people in Arena. Events would have been and as foreign to me is going to the moon and I had one great asset before I lost my sight. That little room had been our television room in the back of our house and it had our TV video player with all my classic movies. I love Jimmy Stewart. John Wayne Humphrey Bogart and all those guys when they out of just sheer boredom hi put on an old movie actually called the big sleep. Philip Marlowe story with Humphrey Bogart and I thought you know. I have seen this so many times. Even though I'm totally blind I'll it'll be able to sit here and follow along and it worked for a little while you know and then I was kind of following along in my head but then I forgot what happened and somebody shot somebody and somebody screamed and the car sped away and I forgot what happened and I said the magic words. I said somebody ought to do something about that. And you know the whole world is looking for a great idea. They trip over one about three times a week. The only thing you gotta do to have a great idea is go through.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Hi It's Greg At. I am beyond excited to tell you about another fetching show from podcast their four-legged full of love and oftentimes times more. Like family than their nickname suggests. Dog Tales tells the true stories of heroic canines who have gone above and beyond their best friend duties every Monday donkey tales embarks new journey of courage service and unwavering sacrifice by our most loyal companions. You'll hear tales of inspiration. I'm from all breeds of life like buddy German shepherd. The world's first seeing eye dog or Huskies Balto in Togo the sled dogs who made a lifesaving medical delivery from anchorage to nome each episode of Dog Tales is as unique as the pumps themselves. And sure bring you closer to the furry friend in your life so get ready to sit stay and roll over with excitement for podcast endearing series dog tales. Listen to dog tales. Free on spotify or wherever. You get your podcasts now. Back to the story on December Eighth Nineteen Nineteen seventy seven with the assistance of his lover. Michael Kitto Archibald Hall murdered his Second Victim Lady. Dorothy Scott Elliot like with his first victim. The Bloody Butler struggled to find a way to hide the body without alerting as employer go. Dorothy had been one of his bosses. Her husband Walter was still very much alive. Live and would have questions about his missing wife. Archibald Hall still had the Scott Elliott Fortune in his sights of fortune. He believed he. He deserved hall quickly devised a plan. He knew the Scott Elliott family was about to take a vacation so the next morning at Breakfast Hall told Sir Walter that his wife had left early with a friend. He said that she wished for them to follow behind by car that morning. Then he served Sir Walter a cup of tea laced with volume hall and Kitto waited for Walter Scott Elliot to fall asleep before loading him in the back seat of a rented car. Her kitto posed as the chauffeur and hall pretended to be Sir. Walter's Godson wary of any neighbors. WHO might be watching? Mary cog all dressed up in Dorothy. Scott Elliott's expensive fur coat and pretended to be the dead woman to any onlookers. It would simply appear as if the Scott Alliott were leaving for their trip. They looted lady Dorothy Body into the trunk and made their way to archibald halls cottage in Newton arledge England to take the night hall brought her Walters Medication and regularly drugged him along the way the next day Mary Kogel stated the cottage edge with Sir Walter while Michael Kitto drove Archibald Hall and Dorothy his corpse over the Scottish border to the village of Comrie Hall. All in Kyoto dumped the body there and returned to England Hall later said he chose to dump the body in Scotland because of the possibility of a not proven proven verdict. A Scottish trial has three possible verdicts guilty. Not Guilty or not proven not proven can be used by a judge or jury if they believe. The accused was guilty but felt the prosecution didn't fully prove or establish guilt it is still still considered an acquittal to haul. This meant there was a two out of three chance of walking free if caught rather than a fifty fifty chance in English court. Back at the cottage hall continued. Slipping Sir Walter unnecessary medication to keep him. Today's hall quite relished his new. Roll with Sir Walter. who was so drugged up? He was practically inarticulate and extremely confused in his rare moments of lucidity. He would question question hall about where they were hall lied getting him to sign blank checks and treating Sir Walter like a child hall all told author Paul Pender. The old man did what I told him to do. Now I was the master and he was my servant. This was most most likely halls first experience with being in control of someone who had more social power and wealth than himself. It was an addictive feeling hall. Likely Lee wasn't ready to let go of just yet in his book why we love serial killers the curious appeal of the world's most savage murders criminologist just Dr Scott Bonds States that most serial killers are motivated by power and control. They enjoy stalking capturing and torturing torturing their prey their patient and kill their victims slowly in order to prolong their own sadistic pleasure. This continued. You'd six days. The group drove North into Scotland seemingly without a plan the group stopped at several pubs and Inns along the way wining and dining on Sir Walter's dime leaving the poor man in a drug induced sleep in the car for haul. Everything was going smoothly until Walter woke. Oh Cup dazed from the drugs. He got out of the car and stopped a passer-by asking where he was. Sir Walter then asked the Good Samaritan Gordon to go into the pub and find his driver he wanted to go home. The kind soul found hall inside and conveyed Sir. Walter's message lesage shocked. That Sir Walter had woken up hall flew into a rage. He was incensed worried. Sir Walter had revealed their here I'd entities. He hadn't but hall knew. This was mere lock the medications he was dragging his boss with would eventually run out and Sir Walter was a ticking time. Bomb Hall gave several different accounts of what happened next as he. Michael Kitto and Mary Cog all it drove their hostage. Sir Walter Scott Elliott North in one. Version Sir Walter asked that they pull the car over so he could relieve himself on the side of the Road Kitto. Obliged and hall helped the drugged elderly man out of the car. Sir Walter walked a few paces away and began to unbutton his pants hall quietly followed then. He attacks her Walter from behind attempting to strangle him. The two men struggled and it fell to the ground. Kiddo cracked Sir Walter over the head with a shovel. Then Hall stood on. The poor. Man's neck satisfied this fight. That Sir Walter was dead. They returned to the car hall told the second version of the story to biographer. Paul pender in this telling hall ordered Kit to drive them to a remote location with the specific purpose of killing Sir Walter. Once they arrived at a suitable location hall Hall forced Sir Walter from the car and made him sign several blank checks. But Sir Walter would only sign three which sent hall into to a blind rage. He dragged Sir Walter toward a nearby fence and pushed him over. Then with the assistance of Kitto he strangled angled Sir Walter with his own scarf partway through the strangling. Kiddo took hold of the scarf and hall repeatedly kicked Sir Walter in the chest when they thought the man was dead hall and Kitto began to walk back to the car but stopped when they heard. Sir Walter Grown one hall pulled a shovel from the trunk of the car. Handed it to Kitto and told him not to return until Lord Scott Elliott was dead Kitto. Bludgeon Sir Walter. Repeatedly afterward they hid the body in some nearby bushes regardless of the exact details one fact act stands archibald hall killed both of his employers then he defrauded them hall drove them back South South stopping at several banks he had told Mary. Kaguta dressing lady. Dorothy close again posing as the dead woman. She made large withdrawals from the Scott. Elliot Bank accounts but hall notice. Kaga was getting carried away with the act. Attracting attention hall. Remind her several times to keep a low profile after all he was on the run after committing three murders and Mary Kaga was an accomplice in two of them. In mid December nineteen seventy seventy seven mere weeks after the murders of both the Scott Elliott's hall Kitto and Kogel made their way back to halls cottage in Newton in our lauch England. There they dropped. Mary cog off in the Morning Hall and Kitto drove to the Scott Elliot flat in London and took everything of value. They could find while hall and Kitto were out. Kaga called several friends in England to brag about her new wealth. She also made sure she was seen around town wearing lady. Scott Elliott's for CODA jewels. Despite halls warnings when Holland Kiddo came back that night and learned of cogwheels behavior. Dr Archibald Hall was barely able to control his anger he gave Kogel another warning and asked her not to wear the coat anymore. For fear it could be traced back to the Scott Elliott's not only was it a very fine mink coat. It had the ladies initials embroidered in the lining meaning. He said if Mary Kaga agreed to sell the coat he would buy her a new one. Just like it. Kaga agreed and helped sell the coat as well as the stolen and Scott. Elliot antiques around town. The next day hall and Kitto returned to the Scott Elliot flat. They gathered and collected as many valuables goals as they could then went to the cottage with their possessions in tow however as they entered.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Opinion is divided as to whether photographers providence Shire perpetuated a great hoax with their ghostly photograph. Curiously when initially shown the ghost photograph marchioness Townsend bought the figure resembled the Virgin, Mary neither she nor country. Life magazine linked the image to the old legend, it was the subsequent media frenzy that connected providence shires photograph to the legend of the ghost in a Brown. Tress and lady Dorothy, the December twenty sixth nineteen thirty six issue of country. Life contained a featured article of the ghost on the stairs, an editorial in the magazine. Explain that they believed the picture to be real as providence Shire had been questioned by various experts, and their film negative had been examined. The public was enthralled with the image providence Shire made a small fortune selling copies of the photograph for Guinea, which is approximately one pound five Pence or less than one dollar in today's money, currently while there are many people who believe the photograph to be real many more. Consider it a hoax. It has been decried as grease smeared on the camera lens and a light anomaly from the flash lamp. However, the most common argument is that the image is a double exposure using a Virgin Mary statuette, whether the photograph is genuine or fake its location, still stands strong and proud and the legend of Dorothy stance with it the noble Townsend family continues to privately own and live in their ancestry home and some members of the family even maintain that they share the halls with their spectral predecessor. However, they strongly deny that lady Dorothy was imprisoned or ill treated by Lord. Charles and claim that Dorothy remains on the grounds out of funk nece for her home, not malice. A few times a year. Raynham hall is open to the public for viewing and music recitals. The current Lord and lady Townsend conduct tours through some of the formal rooms of the hall pointing out and teak tables were kings and princes once dined telling tales of their ancestors, if you're lucky to be a visitor at Raynham hall feel free to complement the marble friezes or the lovely silver service, but refrain from bringing up the ghost, it would be impolite to mention her in polite society. Thanks again for tuning into haunted places. We'll be back next Thursday with a new episode. You can find more episodes of haunted places as well. As all of park casts. Other shows on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Several you have asked how to help us. If you enjoy the show the best way to help is to leave a five star review. And don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram at park cast and Twitter at park cast network. I'll see it next week. Haunted. Places was created. By max Cutler is a production of Cutler media at his part of the park has network. It is produced by max and Ron Cutler with sound design by Kenny Hobbs production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Paul Moller additional production assistance by Maggie admire and Freddie, Beckley this episode of haunted places was written by Candice Rogers. I'm Greg Poulsen. And here it is a clip of the first episode of not guilty. It's about Robert Blake whose wife was found dead in his car from gunshot wound to the pack of her head. Do you think he did it to listen to the full first episode subscribe to not guilty on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Marriott. Pastas letter writing to glance up at the portrait of lady Dorothy. There was something unsettling about Raynham hall. He slept with his revolver under his pillow. Just in case. His last night visiting. But the towns Marietta was returning to his room from a friend's when he saw faint glow from a lamp at the other end of the long corridor. A woman was coming towards him Marianne to was in a state of undress due to the lateness of the hour. Modestly slipped into an antechamber. So as not to offend the woman as she passed curious as to whom it was Mariette peered through a crack in the door. He watched in horror as she moved with impossible speed raspy breath under him as he peered at her through the door. He gripped his revolver as he did. So the woman turned to face him Mary Hart. Stuttered tennis chest slowly the woman in Brown raised her oil glow revealed her features almost translucent skin clung to recall, her eyes were blood red for a heartbeat. The ghost stared at him. And then she grinned a ghastly smile. Her teeth were long and wickedly sharp terrified Mary at raised his revolver and pulled the trigger. The ghost disappeared as the bullet passed through her and struck a door on the opposite side of the hallway at leaned against the wall. Trying to catch his breath his ears rang from the gunshot. He approached the door the bullet had blown right through it only to lodge itself in the far wall of a small room dark liquid was dripping from the bullet hole in the wall. Mariette leaned in close to better see in the dim moonlight. He dipped a finger in a draw. And found that it was blind. Marianne tapped at the wall with the butt of his revolver, he managed to widen the whole little holding his breath. He wiggled two fingers into the hole and felt something wet hard. Bony? At ran for a lamp, then carefully looked into the whole he had touched the finger of a human corpse. Early. The next morning Marianne told the towns what happened they denied that. There was a ghost and were grieved that a guest would be so discourteous as to shoot off a gun in their home Mariette insisted on showing them, the bleeding wall. But when they went to the room the whole had bit patched, the town's maintained that there was nothing in the wall, chic Mariette left Raynham hall. Never visit again. We'll discuss the famous picture taken of lady Dorothy ghost after this. And now back to the story. Over the next one hundred years the Townsend family and their servants occasionally saw the apparition of the Brown lady. Notably in nineteen twenty six lady Townsend under son saw the ghost. I'm the stairs. The ghost also began appearing in the hallway and the bedroom where her portrait hung in late nineteen thirty six and incident happened, but forever immortalized, the ghost of the Brown lady of Raynham hall. The photographer Indra Shire, and is art director, captain provident were ecstatic when the Townsend family gave them permission to photograph Raynham hall for country life magazine for several hours, the duo wander the manner taking photographs province excitement only grew as the day went on the photographs. They took were regal and beautiful guaranteed to receive extra praise and pay from the magazine, however, Indra felt uneasy like there was something invisible. Something evil secretly watching him. Around four pm the Dua prepared for the last shots at the day. Pictures of the grand oaken staircase. The space was quite dim as Indra, man. The flash lamp province had just taken a picture. What had happened? Spectral woman in Brown began to descend the staircase for ghostly form captured interest attention and he snapped a second photo as quickly as he could. They rushed back to their workshop to develop the photos, they had captured a single perfect frame. The outline of Madonna likes supernatural presents drifting down the staircase. Provin call George angel claiming that she was heaven blessed Indra felt differently staring at the haunting visage he felt like he had captured an image of the angel of death. A few days past interest spent hours daring the photos negative on. Sure of what it meant. He felt convinced that nothing good could come of it. Eventually Indra had to return to work. He traveled to the residents of the noble lady. Thornton cameras case lady Thornton arrived at the door. Well, groomed and rotund she invited intra to her drying room where Indra could set up his camera as intra put together a set he heard barking from the hallway. A pug rushed into the room glaring at injuries camera it barked and barked, but it kept its distance shaking as its is Leif fixed on the device ecstatic lady Thornton picked up the pooch kissing. It's flat face. She wanted him to be in the pictures with her. As lady Thornton Helder pug, it continued barking Indra pointed the camera at the lady enter dog and as the lens aimed at the dog it began. Why thing almost uncontrollably? It twisted with every muscle in its body trying to break free from its owners grasp but lady thorton held it tight. She shouted at Indra insisting that he take the picture in interest hands the camera felt bitter cold. He grew dizzy as the shutter clicked and the pug froze, the dogs eyes went wide and it sat in its owners arms almost without emotion. Lady Thornton grinned. Finally, her dog was still she insisted that injured take more photos, but its strength sapped with each click after the final snap the pugs bladder relief. I it's urine coded lady Thornton. And she sent her dog down in discussed fleeing from the room as Indra packed up. His camera. He noticed the dog laying the ground is making body motionless. He quickly gathered his things and left as soon as it could. Returned home shivering. The sun was out in the air was warm, but injure could not shake the memory of that poor dog, lying vacant to pump the ground. You went to his dark room and began to process the negatives after several hours the photographs became visible to injuries. Great surprise. They were colorful and packed with life. He'd never seen a photo that looked so vicious even the nervous difficult pug looked regal and magnificent Indra made as many copies of the photos as he could excited. That's such a frightening. Experience could result in something so beautiful the next day injure returned to lady thorns estate, photographs in tow, he knocked but heard no response. He knocked one. It's more and Manet's at the door. He introduced himself as a taxidermist he'd been asked to preserve lady Thornton's canine after the dog's heart had mysteriously stopped Indra asked. Why attacks Durmus was answering the door and not wanna lady Thornton's many servants the taxidermist responded that the entire household was that a funeral lady Thornton's heart that mysteriously stopped as well. Indra left the photos with taxidermist ten rushed home. He had left. The camera that cursed camera out his workshop table, he had to get it to destroy it before anything else could happen. Images flashed in his mind as the horrific possibilities unfolded into some education, his partner could get to it and go to more assignments the client's dropping like flies. Nobody would know what horror had caused the losses only. He would Andy might be too late to stop. It is feet pounded against the pavement. Has he ran up the driveway to his home? He came to his workshop and burst through the door. Only to see his eight year old son playing this workshop taking photos of himself Indra watched in horror as the shutters clicked, and they're superimposed between his son and the lens was a ghostly woman her hand grasping his son by the spine. She grinned at Indra and in the split second as the shutters closed. She was gone. Opinion

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Story. More Charlestown sins. Great grandson, also named Charles inherited the Raynham estate one hundred years after Dorothy, his mysterious death. The sad love affair had long since been forgotten. That is until a cold winter's night in eighteen thirty five. By all accounts. The yuletide house party was shaping up to be a success this evening. The guests sang played games and made marry until they were horse. He was after midnight when Colonel office and Mr. Hawkins Baid their hosts, the Townsend's good night and made their way up stairs toward the bedrooms. Colonel Loftus suddenly caught sight of a woman at the far into the hallway. He only saw her for a moment before she glided around the corner and out of sight, but she left him with a feeling of unease. The woman was very thin and she wore a dated heavy Brown. Brocade dress of very odd for a servant to be out of uniform loved his turn to Mr. Hawkins who seemed just as put out as he the two men parted ways that lofta suspension loft just lay down in bed to rest for the night. The Colonel suddenly woke up he was covered in sweat and his skin prick old something shifted barely visible in the dim light coming from the embers and the great Loftus strained is is trying to see. Someone was in the room with him the fire suddenly flared, and the figure of a woman was lit against the flames loft is huddled in the sheets. She lurched towards his pet her. Glowing pale skin was papery and stretch tot over her bones and old fashioned dress hung poorly hundred skeletal frame her eyes. Redeem Lut red enter neck twisted her blue tinted lips move. The ghost made a horrible raspy noise. Loft was terrified paralysed. He couldn't move an inch. But ghost stared him down. Her bony chest heaving with effort. The ghost again made a horrible raspy choking noise. This time louder she pointed a bony finger at the wall. He began to shake. He didn't understand. The ghost reached out a gaunt hand and grabbed Loftus shoulder and electric shock skinnier down his spine book thing opened her mouth wide, a shriveled black tongue flapped about her teeth that she tried to make Loftus understand suddenly she she screamed once more. And then she was gone. Loft us lay in bed gasping, his heart racing. His limbs week. The next day loft, his grabbed all his belongings and hastily pack them away. When lady Townsend asked why he was leaving. He described to her in great detail, but terrifying encounter experience through the night lady Townsend insisted he stay, but he insisted on leaving. When she tried to get the other guests to pressure them into remaining at Raynham hall. He told all the guests his story. He left shortly thereafter as Loftus his tail began to spread throughout the house. Servants began to recall on things they had witnessed strange noises. That's strange hours. Disturbing lights coming from nowhere. Glimpses of a woman in Brown's talking the halls. Now, they knew the cause and they could remain at Raynham hall. No longer a few service. Quit their posts mortified by Colonel lofta tale. A year later in seventeen thirty six the Townsend's were once again, holding a large party when rumors that goes to the Brown ladies circulated among the guests. The ghost had been identified as lady Dorothy, a painting of lady Dorothy hung in a bedroom wearing a Brown. Dress allegedly the spirit resembled her but tale ever tragic love life resurfaced as rumors of ancestors indiscretions and her ancestors haunting spread throughout high society lady Townsend was upset her reputation as a host was suffering. She asked her neighbor retired, captain, Frederick Mariette, for assistance Marietta was a decorated British Royal Naval officer, and well regarded for his bravery the unflappable Marianne agreed to stay in the bedroom where the ghost had now been seen on. Mislead pointing towards the wall several times. Marriott.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"South of ten. I'm Roger badesch WGN newsroom. These are the stories that matter at seven twenty. WGN? WGN radio theater. Tonight, when we come back here at least, so we have more classic radio shows, right? Yes. We do. We have been Crosby show in the first hour, and then we have the Whistler. Julia. Whistler. Hey, we got. Something like that. Yeah. Keep your daytime seriously. But you like the Whistler, Roger I told you that that was one of the shows that we did. And I was not only the bad guy or the bag game. Yes. But I did the whistle. Several times. Did you have a scale that you're looking at when you were doing it or you had to memorize it? I knew it you can do it. I can do it. It's been a while. Clearly, you cannot. Pretty good. Right. The whistling and the original show. It was a lady Dorothy something he was the only one who could hit those notes exactly except for me. Something hit you. A rim shot. All right. Well, yeah. The being Crosby show that's going to be great. And then the Whistler that's tonight. When we come back here at eleven o five will be on the air till one o'clock in the morning and don't forget, we have a podcast of this show too. You know, we're on late, and we understand if you. Not off we understand because Lisa does it all the time. Right now. So if you if you miss any part of our show, we have a podcast, and you get to that. I'll tell you how I do it. I mean other people do it different ways. Do I go to Google and type in WGN radio theatre podcast, and then a whole bunch of things come up, and I clicked one of them. And then I find the newest show when I listened to you can also go to WGN radio dot com, and you can go to shows and choose WGN radio theater and all of our podcasts. Well, not since the beginning of time. But for now, I think they're all of them are not. So once we don't watch show one anyway. I was good on it. But something. People. I was so brutal on that first show. He wrote a script, and he said he told me before it. He says, here's the thing. I was so nervous when Todd manly and Stephanie Menendez. They offered me and Lisa the show. Okay. I was like it was like a dream come true of always wanted to be on WGN because I used to be on the air here with Eddie Schwartz allot was like a regular guest with Eddie Schwartz. And I know the power of WGN and how far the signal reaches. There was always a dream. Now. I get the dream comes true. Right. I was so nervous. So nervous that I wrote a script for both of us. That is suicide. We could do the first line right now don't ever write a script. You're on the air. Just do it ad-lib start. Hi, this is Carl Amari. I'm Lisa wolf. And this is the WGN radio theater. And that's exactly what you would hear on episode one. His brutal like an SNL hokey skit as lucky. A bit since then it was like the sweaty. Sweaty Schwerte sweaty not sweaty. No, no anyway. That was like amateur college radio. Well, we've grown since. That's how nervous I was. I was actually sweating. I was sweating. I was so sweaty sweaty. But you know in life dreams do come true. You pray about it. And you work hard. We hadn't been talking about having to WGN for years. Absolutely. Prior to the big move. So. Yeah, we we didn't just pray. We made it happen. That's that's how it works. Doesn't just come knocking down your door. We made it happen. Is the pray about it blade? Well, and more because prayer is powerful. Yes. But very book you have to do more than sit around and pray you have to actually make sure of course. We I'll tell you what I just feel so blessed every single day that we get to come here and do this radio show because it's the highlight of my week. I love playing these classic radio shows on a forum like WGN, this signal just reaches all over the country, and people are able to hear it all over the place. And of course, with the podcast, you can go to computer, and you can hear from anywhere. We have a listener who tax it in from Italy and called in and listen to the show from Guam. There's people. I'm Karl I'm far away. Are away far. Like if I got on a plane. It would take a long time to get there. My arms would be so tired take Hawaiian air. Don't take Hawaiian airlines. Are you have to take off one time? And then go home. Yeah. But anyway, we're we gotta listen to the conclusion now of this episode called the mimic murder case starring Jackson back on Filo. Vance detective..

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Anyway, you've probably read the same. So the Brown lady of Raynham hall known as lady Dorothy or the family ghost. The brown. Lady was often said to walk the corridors of Raynham hall Norfolk England during the eighteen forties and eighteen fifties. One night in eighteen fifty five three young men of the family sorer on the stairs and gave chase. But when they thought they had cornered. She waved vanished. That's a cookie little ghost you. Then. Next morning when they describe that adventure to the rest of the household. Another relative remembered seeing the specter in eighteen forty four that was eleven years before again on the stairs, wearing the same dress with an awful, express expression. In a glazed hollow is the dress worn by the specter was said to be gold spangled Brown silk brocade mile. The dress worn by lady, Dr Who towns and the sister of prime minister, Sir, Robert Walpole, please in a poultry at Raynham Dorothy Walpole had married. The second viscount towns end of Raynham some say against her will perhaps the reason she haunted Raynham after her death in seventeen twenty six romantic family. However. Less romantic family. However said she could not rest for jealousy. She would have resented heroin relations the Walpole's because they're elder created in seventeen forty two outranked the town's ends. She also detested who's been relations, the leftist is for possessing wealth. She thought should be has. And so she plagued both way polls Walpole's and us his never they came to Raynham hall. It was not only the family of the Brown lady that she haunted or the captain Frederick Marriott once or her and fired his pistol outer she immediately disappeared. I'm not surprised if I to me, I won't go, and again, so she disappeared this pickiest capricious capricious, this CRA pushes spirits also appear to Houghton the great Norfolk mansion built by sir. Robert walpole. She frightened the prince Regent's later Georgia fourth when he when he was staying there. The prince vowed I will not pass out another hour in this cast house for this night. No, no didn't see her. He said, and I'll do better. I will not pass another hour in this accussed house for this night. I have seen that which I hope to God. I may never see again. Then he ran away in the eighteen seventies. A family member declared the haunted ceased yet on sixteenth of December nine hundred thirty six a photograph allegedly of the Brown lady. This is the photograph. I'm telling you to do was published in country life magazine, the photo have been taken at Raynham hall, three months before. Now, nothing's been seen since a believe of the lady of Raynham hall. I believe that the ghost haunts and stuff because they wanna make a bit of money doesn't wanna make a better money. But yet, apparently there's no photos or anything like that. But do look at the photo. It's fantastic. Let's have a bit of a point. It's more of a three quarters three points in all truth. But you know, keeping score. I know I'm not Kennedy. Right. See on the other..

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Neil Nunez with the BBC news. The US Defense Secretary, Jim matters. And the secretary of state Mike Pompeo have both called for a swift ceasefire in Yemen. Mr. Mattis said the US wanted to see all sides around the negotiating table and an end to dropping bombs within thirty days. Steve Jackson has this report. The Trump administration has been facing growing pressure over support for the Saudi led coalition backing the government in the civil war. Critics say coalition bombing is causing an unacceptable number of civilian deaths and fuelling humanitarian catastrophe the murder of the journalist. Yamaoka shock g has intensified the focus on the US Saudi relationship this ratcheting up of US pressure. For a peace deal in Yemen is worn result. Secretary Mattis blamed Iran for perpetuating the conflict through its support for Hutu rebels. But he also demanded an end to coalition airstrikes in populated areas. President. Trump has visited the synagogue in. Pittsburgh eleven worshippers were killed by a gunman on Saturday. Mr. Trump and his wife, Melania also spent time at a memorial to the victims and the president visited three police officers wounded in a gunfight with the assailant hundreds of people protesting at Mr. Trump's visit took to the streets of Pittsburgh to sign to sing psalms Brazil's right-wing president-elect Brasilia in our rouce. He plans to maj. The ministries of agriculture and the environment. Critics say the move will jeopardize the country's natural resources. Warren ports. One of giant those scenarios. Most popular campaign. Pledges was to boost Brazil's ailing economy in part through tapping more of the potential wealth of the Amazon. Now an advisor to the president-elect who supported by the business lobby says he'll combined the agriculture and environment ministries and the new department will be focused on production. But a former Brazilian environment minister, marina. 'silva has tweeted that the super ministry plan heralds a tragic time when she says environmental protection amounts to nothing. Human remains have been found at the Vatican's embassy to Italy in Rome of in statements at workers discovered fragments of bone while renovating an annex John McManus has more details in this report Italian media are already speculating about who the bone fragments might belong to with some saying they could be those of Emanuela Orlandi a fifteen year old daughter of a Vatican employees vanished in one thousand nine hundred eighty three her fate has been an enduring mystery with unproven theories linking her disappearance to either an attempt to secure the release of the man who tried to assassinate Pope, John Paul the second. All nookie financial dealings involving organized crime forensic specialists will now attempt to determine the age sex and data death health remains this is the world news from the BBC. The office of the US special counsel Robert Mueller's has it has asked the FBI to look into allegations. That women were offered money to make false claims about him. Mr. Mueller is leading the investigation into possible collusion with Russia over the two thousand sixteen presidential election. The Australian government has ratified a huge Pacific trade deal. Meaning it will come into force at the end of December. The Trans-Pacific Partnership recovers more than two hundred billion dollars worth of trade. President Trump pulled the United States out of the D last year. But the remaining members decided to press ahead. The American space agency NASA is retiring it's Kepler space telescope because it's run out of fuel. After nearly a decade spent hunting several thousand planets beyond the solar system Kepler is credited with revolutionizing understanding of the universe. Helping astronomers measure potential planets as they pass in front of stars. The copy of the D H Lawrence novel lady Chatterley's lover that was used by the judge in a landmark trial in Britain has been sold at auction for more than seventy thousand dollars more than five times. Walk was expected. Penguin books was eventually cleared of obscenity for the tale of illicit passion between aristocrats and her husband's gamekeeper, John. Donaldson has more. It was one of the most talked about trials of the twentieth century a clash between the oldest stablishment and a new wave of liberalism in Britain, the prosecution famously asked is it a book, you would wish your wife or servants to read in jugs Lawrence burnt case. The answer was yes. His wife lady Dorothy Byrne mocked up these sexually explicit passages. In her husband's copy also included in the sale of the base will lady burns handwritten notes where she listed the page. Numbers of section. She considered course. It's those details that undoubtedly boosted the book's value BBC news. Hello..

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

Cryptic Chronicles

15:57 min | 2 years ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

"And nextstep. We have a hold school. Pretty light generic go stale. The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall from Eighteenth Century Norfolk Great Britain in life. She was known as lady. Dorothy walpole sister of Robert Walpole. Who's known as the first Prime Minister of Great Britain? The dorothy was unfortunate enough to become the second wife of the powerful vis count. Charles townes hen the second he was born into high class British society and pretty used to privilege. Charles had basically everything handed to him. He was basically the epitome of the upper-class one percent so calling him spoiled would be an understatement and he developed a notoriously violent temper as he grew into a man he loved and hated quickly with his passions getting his actions in the never changed his mind once. It was made no matter. How ridiculous after lady. Dorothy and the VISCONTI got married. She was pretty much mistreated and neglected off the bat and it got so bad for her she basically just started looking for love elsewhere but somehow Charles found out about it and his ego could not stand his wife being drawn to another man. So you can guess where this is going. Dorothy became a prisoner in her own home. She was imprisoned in a secluded room all alone unable to even see her own children or interact with the outside world ever again in any way eventually. Dorothy died in seventeen twenty six. Though the reason of her death raised many eyebrows. Supposedly she died from smallpox but most believed she was either murdered or committed suicide the entire latter part of Lady Dorothy. His life was spent in lonely isolation and eternal frustration at her helplessness. Under her husband's cruel punishment. One hundred years went by with lady. Dorothy becoming nothing but a fleeting memory but it is around this time that Raynham Hall's legendary ghost activity really comes into prominence. Her restless spirit couldn't pass on and one people nights. She made her presence known. There is a Christmas party at Raynham Hall in eighteen thirty five. Many nobles in high ranking members of British Society enjoyed the festivities of the holiday until one guest said they saw something unreal a military man by the name of colonel. Loftus said that on the way to his room late in the night he was approached by grisly specter of a woman. Walking the hall with an outdated Frayed.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Court in Pennsylvania. The authorities in Switzerland have rejected residency application from the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, the NF Chelsea football club had applied to live in the alpine result of Verbier which. Initially said yes, but Switzerland's federal police said they suspected Mr. labral remote, which pose a security risk. So his application was rejected. Imaging folks reports from the Swiss federal police denied Roman Abramovich residency application because they suspected he posed a threat to security and reputational risk this whistle varieties. Don't actually have to have legally proven grounds to reject an applicant. It's noon they had concerns related to possible money laundering. Although there is no proof of any offense. And Mr. Abramovich is lawyer says such suggestions are entirely false. Mr. Abramovich has never been indicted in Switzerland or anywhere else. And the allegations are based on unverified police suspicions, the real worry is probably reputational for decades, Switzerland and its banks almost a by word for money. Laundering, more recently. There has been a huge effort to crack down on financial crime, the aim to lose the dirty money image and replace it with one of trustworthiness. Details of this case of Lia merged now because Mr. Abramovich tried to prevent them being reported that application too was rejected by the Swiss federal court imaging folks in a book used by the judge in a famous British obscenity trial in nine hundred sixty is to be sold at auction. Learn span carried his copy of lady Chatterley's lover into court each day, and especially sandbag it's expected to fetch nearly twenty thousand dollars when sold southern as next month arts correspondent Rebecca Jones has the details. It's one of the most notorious trials in British legal history. In one thousand nine hundred sixty d h Lawrence's novel labata passionate affair between an aristocrat and her husband's gamekeeper solar publishes. Tried for obscenity the prosecution famously asked is it a book that you would wish your wife or your servants to read? Well, yes, it seems the judge's wife lady. Dorothy, burn Mark top the sexually explicit passages of the novel in her husband's copy and hand-stitched bag to conceal it as he carried it into court, the trial itself came to encapsulate, the clash between the oldest and the new wave of liberalisation in Britain, and the publishers were found not guilty by the jury the judges copy also includes a list of his wife's comments where she notes the page numbers of lovemaking and sections. She considered course arts correspondent, Rebecca Jan just coming up to five twenty in the UK. This is the BBC. Next to Libya, and we've heard a lot about the rescue ships that tried to help migrants on the dangerous journey to Europe across the Mediterranean, but the Libyan coast guard has told the BBC that these act as magnets to the migrants and people smugglers BBC's being the only international news organization to gain access to Libya during fighting this month between rival militias and armed groups from Tripoli Clive Mari sent this report. It used to be the humanitarian boats run by NGOs patrolling the waters of the med- the save the lives of migrants and refugees in distress. But a several EU countries have clashed over their obligations to take in migrants. Enormous pressure has been put on the Libyans to do more. Colonel Abu Abdelbari heads the coast guard here. Savage then the show had Lisa. It's difficult. What we see when you see a dead baby in the water in front of you. Was there will be sometimes I jumped in myself to rescue people would in wish the sights on anyone else. But when the NGO boosts are here, the migrants ten phone home and say to others it's easy to get to Europe. That means there are more people. We have to help. And those pulled from the Mediterranean taken to already packed detention centers where it's easy for criminal gangs in the armed militias that control much of the country to prey on the vulnerable allegations of ill-treatment rape, torture, and the use of migrants slave labor a common the UN's refugee agency the UNHCR says he's gravely concerned about abuses. Outside.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So it does make you look back on your life and on your childhood and your growing up did you have any advice for these kids kids who are older like as they're hitting their teenage years and and and deciding if this is what they wanna do in life i i whenever i talk to young people or mentor them or teach masterclasses or whatever i always say yes yes learned sing and dance and act and do all that stuff but also do life let it fill you up we'll make you a better actor and get a business degree not because you need something to fall back on because you are a business you will need to you are self employed you are a business you are what you'll be taken care of and and you know you'll be paying an agent or paying a publicist or paying your taxes or starting a theater company or do whatever like you will need that also it's great to learn how to do a triple time step what learn more to that's great advice let so many people could benefit so many starting in one thousand nine hundred seven you spent twelve seasons as a lead actor in the stratford festival you've played many famous musical roles there we vera camelot elisa doolittle in my fair lady dorothy brock and forty second street what has been your favorite part about i inhabiting those iconic roles well working at the festival was one of the greatest places in canada to work it it is a fantastic experience and i was so lucky to have richard monette as the man who guided my life there he was the director there when i first went there not when i first went there but when i went there to start camelot i was there back in eighteen forty two i think i do some gondoliers and makoto there long long long time ago in minute but playing those parts it was interesting to find the white part of the page is what is always the most interesting for me as an actor everybody in the world place has to say the black part of the page you have to say.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Many famous musical roles there with camelot allies it doolittle in my fair lady dorothy brock and forty second street what is been your favorite part about inhabiting those iconic roles well working at the festival was one of the greatest places in canada to work it is a fantastic experience and i was so lucky to have richard monette as the man who guided my life there he was director there when i first went there not when i first went there but when i went there to start camelot i was there back in eighteen forty two i think i did some gondoliers and makoto there long time ago in my but playing those parts it was interesting to find the white part of the page is what is always the most interesting for me as an actor everybody in the world place has to say the black part of the page do you have to say the lines and so many of the parts that i've done have been done across the country and many regional theatres and on broadway and for many many years so if i was going to do it and when i was lucky enough to do those parts what was interesting and the challenge for me was what could i fill around that block part of the page that's what cynthia dale brought to that was my white part of the page and so especially playing on news which can sometimes people say can be boring or pretty shallow was to not play them boring.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Yang chengxu dubbed bob's good too soon she was so glad sab shares wrong look what she saw post upi god both indeed and the new the meeting and and and in the day and oh god bove tbi and the trump and his a cumulus station the and yet and and love love two yeah and and the the no loan no the scott chairman in my morning good morning big apple cbs fm on the air from the mothership the studios in so hudson street studios i hear him say that all the time i fn where he end odds and three two an act thousand dollars song the day will be unveiled this morning at seven ten minutes away its show number 9 oon the front page of the post and the daily news this morning something and i talked about yesterday that i thought was so sad that lady who had no business being behind the wheel of a vehicle sped into those little kids in killed two of them and you've got the ladies in the hospital fighting for a live right now it's just so sad that you look at phnom trying to figure out of the car that was owned by this lady dorothy bronze twelve parking and moving violations in the.

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"lady dorothy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"lady dorothy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Details in just a moment we're going to be talking to the former us attorney general alberto gung solace should be very unlikely so stay right where you are seven thirty god for the news w why they had with rich wmal washington five point nine fm and am six thirty w nal washington a cumulus station where washington comes to talk you now mayo news at seven thirty good morning i'm bill thompson we're getting fresh insight into what may have prompted president trump to fire the fbi director james colmey a source close to the president telling cnn trump was spewing expletives over this comment colmey made during last week senate judiciary hearing it makes me mildly nauseous to think that we might add some impact on the election but honestly it wouldn't change the decision cnn also learning that colmey requested additional resources for russia probe from the justice department the week before he was fired a report the doj deny correspondent joe john's white house officials say mr trump's confidence in colmey have been eroding for months virginia first lady dorothy mcauliffe now so she will not be running for congress missus mcauliffe says she will not run for the democratic nomination to challenge incumbent republican barber come stock next year a man arrested for murder in montgomery county is also it turns out wanted in prince george's for another killing police in montgomery county arrested twenty four year old girl john williams for a fatal shooting after an armed robbery last month prince george's county police say williams as the suspect in another homicide a few days after that one study by the auto insurance centered identifies a.

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