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"lady jane grey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To register and learn more. There's a media, I guess you could say, we can already see that accelerating Charles from almost the moment of his accession to the throne has been engaging with the public, his son's engaging with the public. Again, you know, he really recognized that trend that his mother started and has accelerated even televising things like the accession council for the first time. So again, I think we can see that Elizabeth kind of kick started that trend, even again, the televising of her own coronation being in some ways a start of that. Yes, absolutely. And the Christmas message that she delivered that developed over the years. That she gave it every year since the 50s. Also in terms of Queen Elizabeth, though, as a female leader, we've been reminded by a number of guests of how she really was a rare woman in such a senior office Queen rania of Jordan has been talking about how Queen Elizabeth offered her advice on her role when it was sought Jacinda Ardern, said something similar that when she sorted, you know, a few words of advice having given birth herself in high office from the queen, that she actually did give that advice and that's, was she influential and in shaping the role of female leaders of female monarchs. I think we can see her doing both. She's carrying on a tradition, obviously this country has been particularly blessed with female monarchs in a way and that we've had, you know, 6 or 7 again, depending on if you're going to count Lady Jane Grey. And she's carrying on that tradition, but you're right in an era when she came to the throne in the 50s, you know, having a woman at the forefront of a very kind of important political role was very relatively rare, but that said she was building on that tradition and Winston Churchill even said, you know, at the time she came to the throne that Britain had been particularly lucky with its with his queen. So she was building on Elizabeth I Victoria, the Stuart queens, the Tudor queens, and carrying on that legacy. But again, being that woman at the forefront of power incredibly visible in her role, but there are other reigning queens again, we must forget Margaret the second of Denmark again now that Queen Elizabeth II has passed, Margaret has been raining for 50 years. It's her own kind of jubilee year. She is now the longest reigning European monarch. Again, building on the legacy of obviously a wilhelmina Denmark of William of the Netherlands beatrix of the Netherlands as well. So Elizabeth II has not been completely alone if you like in terms of regnant queens in Europe, but she absolutely has carried the baton of regnant queenship in this country beautifully. Will it be difficult for King Charles to maintain the incredible good will that has been developed and we've seen demonstrated over the past ten days towards the queen? Yes, absolutely. I mean, this is a time of regnal change. Is a huge challenge for the monarchy. And Charles has been having to bear the dual burden of mourning his mother while taking on this massively significant role. And there has been a great goodwill for Charles the third so far. Obviously, the next challenge for him will be after the funeral is complete to begin to again in earnest take on his role the preparations for his coronation and that. And in this moment, it is a kind of Janice facing moment in which we look back at the past when we celebrate the life of Elizabeth II, but in this new reign, questions are being asked about what do we want the monarchy to be like going forward and some have even questioned whether or not we want the monarchy going forward. And so that will be the big challenge that Charles has to face once the funeral is finished and the shift goes completely towards what do we want the monarchy to be like now and in the future. He's going to have to answer those questions. Yes, indeed, major questions lie ahead. Doctor Elena would thank you so much for being with us, especially in queenship and royal studies at the university of Winchester. I think that is why it will be so interesting why so many people will be watching the royal family in attendance at the service that we're going to bring to you live this morning from Westminster Abbey. Of course, King Charles will be their accompanied the queen consort Camilla, you will have the other three children of the queen and their spouses. You'll also have the grandchildren and now we know at least some of the great grandchildren of the queen. But I think that's going to be quite an important moment, I think, for raw watchers to understand near the direct line of succession who is put at the fore. And many of those royals that we just heard alike are referring to there from across Europe will also be attending as well as this is an event for the Roman alleyway referring to there from across Europe will also be attending as well as this is an event for the royals across the continent as well, so that will be part of what we will be watching for. It is 7 30 here in London if you're just joining us. Welcome to Bloomberg day break Europe. I'm Stephen Carroll. And I'm Caroline Hepburn. Now we are continuing our coverage at looking towards the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, we will be bringing you an interview throughout the program with interesting voices. So we've had two onslow the director of the institute of Commonwealth studies, doctor Elena wooder that you just heard, arena in renaissance history, specialists in royalty, but also we will hear later on from a former adviser to the queen herself Mary McLeod, former MP, somebody who helped to the Queen during the 1990s, she'll be speaking to us live here on Bloomberg radio. Well, let's bring you through some of the top elements of this domain story we're covering for you today. The state funeral of Britain's longest
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"lady jane grey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The European looking ahead towards the start of European trading in just over 40 minutes time the earth starts 50 futures are a tenth of 1% higher Wall Street futures three tenths higher as well. Oil prices remaining really with those falls that we've seen over the course of the past week, WTI is up by four tenths of 1% but trading at $83, 86 while Brent is just below $90 a barrel up by 6 tenths of 1% this morning. That is your Bloomberg radio business flash. Now here's a way to with today's top stories. Good morning adrena. Thank you, Stephen. Queen Elizabeth II has died at the age of 96, her eldest son Charles succeeded her on the throne as King Charles the third. The queen passed away peacefully at her state in balmoral, Scotland yesterday afternoon, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace, ascending to the throne in 1952, Queen Elizabeth II was Britain's longest serving monarch, leading the country from the age of steam to the smartphone era. Turning to other news this morning, Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell says officials won't flinch in the battle to curb inflation, hardening expectations that the Central Bank will deliver a third straight jumbo rate hike later this month. The federal next to me on the 20th and 21st of September, analysts at Bank of America, Barclays and Jeffries are all now predicting predicting a rate rise of 75 basis points. Bloomberg has landed at ECB officials are prepared to deliver another jumbo rate high in October. If the inflation outlook warrants it, sources say both hawks and Doug's at the governing council are open to a potential repeat of Thursday 75 basis point hike. Bloomberg also understands officials may discuss shrinking their €5 trillion stash of bonds at their non policy meeting next month. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm edwina Tyra. This is Bloomberg. Thank you Adriana. Now let us return to the coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth II national mourning, joining us now is doctor Elena woodacre, who is redoing renaissance history at the university of Winchester, and also a specialist on female monarchs. The phrase historic is often overused, but it really does feel appropriate today. How do you think the history books are going to remember Elizabeth II? Good morning. Yes, this is a truly historic occasion. And you're absolutely right and that's queen is made indelible mark on history as the longest serving Mark man or female in the British Isles of the second longest full stop in monarchical history. One of the reasons that she is so widely revered is the fact that she has a peel across generations and I'm wondering what your reflections are of this idea of the queen is this constant point of certainty in British life. Absolutely. As a prime minister, said last night that she was The Rock upon which modern Britain has been built and her 70 year reign has seen so much change internationally globally, but particularly in the history of this country and the queen has been a constant throughout all of that throughout all of these shifts times turbulence, turbulent politically turbulence in our own family, the queen has remained constant. She has remained serving she's remained completely attached to her duty, even to the very, very end of her life, literally serving her last duty only days before her death. So her constancy, her service, her continuity, if you like, that she provided for the nation during all of this change. I think people had such affection and respect for her for everything that she did for that life of service that she committed to at the very beginning of her reign. Yeah, and I mentioned Ellie that you are specialists in a female monarchs. And I think it's not lost on us that we now have a third female prime minister in Britain. The queen meant a great deal she was mother and grandmother and a female head of state that most unusual. Absolutely, and obviously this country has a particular affinity, if you like. For regnant queens doing right back to we could say married Tudor or Lady Jane Grey in the 16th century and even Winston Churchill on the queen's Succession, commented on how Britain has always been kind of lucky and it's regent queens. Think of Elizabeth I as well another long serving and very kind of significant historical monarch who gave her name to the first elizabethan age. And of course, Queen Victoria as well. So yes, her that maternal nature. Again, she came to the throne as kind of a glamorous young woman. And then of course, became kind of mother and again, grandmother to the nation as well. So yes, that kind of female side of her made her perhaps more approachable in a way as well. Does that mean that there will be a change in the monarchy now that we have King Charles the third? Absolutely. Everything is going to feel significantly different. We are going to just be changing everything from her majesties to his majesty's from God save the Queen to God save the king. Just right in the literal nomenclature. There's going to be a change, which is going to be significant. But yes, there is a huge difference from when the queen on her accession again is the glamorous young woman through the nation where they took to their hearts and obviously Charles is in a very different position. We've obviously grown up voice Charles. We've seen him, you know, from birth to now being 74 years old and taking on the governance. And of course, there's an interesting echo here, perhaps between Queen Victoria and her own son who was a long waiting kind of Prince of Wales waiting to become king. So perhaps we have this new Caroline age, just as we edwardian age at the beginning of the 20th century. Doctor Alina Whitaker, thank you so much for being with us this morning. We do in renaissance history at the university of Winchester and especially on female monarchs. I think putting the reign of Queen Elizabeth II really in the very long historic context of Britain. And really interesting reflections as well on the nature of her monarchy and what she brought to it as well. Really interesting reflections there from doctor Whitaker. Straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak, Europe. We will
"lady jane grey" Discussed on Quizbeard
"Number 23 what term describes any business magnate who controls sufficient resources to influence national politics, but is more commonly used in the western press to describe wealthy business people from Russia. Number 24, which metallic element has the chemical symbol HG. And number 25, a blue shield featuring a gold trident officially referred to as the princely state symbol of volodymyr the great or colloquially that tris up is the Kosovo arms of which European country. Okay, some answers for today's quiz round one was geography. Number one, the term sabre would denote a person who'd been born in Israel. Two. As of 2022, the longest sitting European president Alexander Lukashenko is the president of Belarus. Three. The four English counties that border whales are gloucestershire Herefordshire shropshire and Cheshire. Four. The countries that pass through the equator passes through, there are 13 of them, a 13. 5. The manzanares river runs through Madrid. Round two was fictional schools. Number 6 the girls boarding school in Cornwall it's attended by Daryl rivers, et cetera in the stories of Enid blyton, is Mallory towers. 7. Described by Charles Hamilton, there's a somewhat stout junior with a broad pleasant face in enormous pair of spectacles the most famous pupil of greyfriar greyfriars school was Billy bunter. 8. Located in the city of ankh morpork, the school of wizardry and Terry pratchett's Discworld novels is unseen university. 9. The school attended by max Fischer in the 1998 film by Wes Anderson is Rushmore academy. At number ten in the Harry Potter books, the delegation of pupils that come to the triwizard tournament from a school in France come from bob atoms, Bo buttons, academy of magic. Round three was the history round, number 11, the decade in which Euro coins and banknotes were first introduced was the 2000s. It was 2002. Number 12, the English noblewoman who claimed the throne of England and Ireland in 1553, known as the 9 days queen, was Lady Jane Grey. 13. Clementine ogilvy Hosea married Winston Churchill. 14. The decade in which Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated was the 1940s. It was 1948. Number 15, the name of the embroidered historical artifact that depicts events leading up to the Norman conquest is the Bayer Tapestry. Round four was the westerns round. Number 16, the actor that played Shane in 1953 in the film Shane was Alan Ladd. Number 17, the 1974 comedy satire blazing saddles was directed by Mel Brooks. Number 18, the character played by Clint Eastwood in Sergio Leone's dollars trilogy and the dollar trilogy was a fistful of dollars for a few dollars more and the good the bad and the ugly and he was mostly known to audiences as the man with no name. Number 19, the western psychological drama that has a musical score by Johnny Greenwood of radiohead is The Power of the Dog. And number 20, the wild west heroine famously portrayed by Doris Day in the musical of 1953 was calamity Jane. Round 5 was this week's general knowledge round. Number 21, the London football team founded in 1905, once known as the pensioners, is Chelsea F.C.. Number 22 in finance and lending APR stands for annual percentage rate. Number 23, the term describing any business magnate who controls sufficient resources to influence national politics, but is now commonly used in the west to describe wealthy business people from Russia is oligarch. Number 24, the metallic element that has the symbol HG is mercury. And finally, the blue shield featuring a gold trident officially referred to as the princely state symbol of volodymyr the great or more usually the tricep is the coat of arms of Ukraine. Well, that's it for another quiz. Thank you very, very much for taking part. Get in touch if you want to suggest around and I'll get back to you and include it for next time, but I'll be back soon with another 5 rounds so until then do take care and.
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"lady jane grey" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
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Sick robert was sowing the expectation of a death. That elizabeth had a child by robert and the two of planning to poison amy and so forth then the shocking news. Amy died the full down the stairs. Elizabeth immediately banished robert until an inquest could establish a truth that it was accidental death but the cloud hung over robert for the rest of his life. Elizabeth resumed her flirtation with him and whenever she wants to defend foreign students. Who would prater affection for robert publicly. But she could never marry him. The son of a traitor with a wife dead and then suspicious circumstances as opposed love for robert survived even these many accent disobedience and she was glad to recall him to aside when it proved that he did not have the political military capability defeat. The spanish. The spanish wars with the spanish planning an invasion robert was appointed. Lieutenant governor the queen's forces. 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"lady jane grey" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"China shares art. And then. When i actually start like my the upper portion and they'd be like you're excommunicated. I'm like whatever. I'm the. Yes yes promised that i get to be a bishop or a cardinal carbon yes i i hereby dub the nate. Smith's cardinal of the queen. Cynthia charge of nonbelievers dubbed the dub dub dub dub dub dub sti- blah. You are now. The minister of all things. Clean cynthia touch like adjacent because i have dubbed the here so forth so with groundhog's etc etc etc. You expect a wheel. Supreme executive just loves moist. Our best friends until right now. We just politically aware peasant. I'm sorry to the viewers at home because the three of us are just going to sit here and watch monty python for the rest of the pretty much. This is bass exactly what's going to happen because no one expects the spanish bring in. Bring go over here okay. Commodore artists here. This nice nice. I love it. So what final thoughts on this particular excommunication piece okay. So i did actually have a thing because i am a great big history nerd. Yep okay so because this like the article were referencing is more of a source piece than an opinion piece. I think it's really interesting to pay attention to the way that our political environment works now. And it's intermingling with religiosity sort of parallels that of the tudor dynasty and of excommunication in general because you did have henry the eighth who formed the anglican church. He was the original reformist depending on who he asked but like he was the guy that was like nope. We're dumb catholocism. It's not even the same thing anymore right But then right after him you have this surge of his children and one cousin that completely changed the landscape like every five years little while so you had him. And then you had edward the six his son who died in fifteen but he was king for nine years and he was a protestant reformer and he hated his sister mary and so he came up on his death bed with a legal way to give the crown to a protestant cousin who reigned for nine days. Lady jane grey and all she wanted was just to do her dog. She was the sweetest little girl ever. She was like seventeen years old. I think maybe a little bit older but he did it for nine days. Then we came back and all of a sudden yet bloody mary the first who said about this catholic reformation of after they were all like you just told us the other thing and then you have right and then you have elizabeth was like. I don't care just planning to be strong. So it's sort of this quick interplay of having the right beliefs that shouldn't have anything to do with running the country all of a sudden dictate where you stand in a way that you could lose your home or your life but if you had waited one year to say what you said you would have been like the cream of the crop right now. We're dealing with the same thing. When we deal with our political parties because the two parties in our country at least one has become distinctly a religious and one has become distinctly religious in terms of the major voting blocks. And the way you are shown to those people will change the way they think about you regardless of public policy which i think ties back into a lot of the other things that we've talked about so i think that like learning from this history understanding not just the religious impact of excommunication but the political impact of it does a lot to show us. Why certain people emphasize the things they do. And what some of these think pieces we've read today are trying to say And in an even going back to what you Previous mention rags concerning about like you know how the two parties system specifically in the united states has become like either a religious or religious right and we know. Are you know elephants and asses right so when it comes to Even how your leaning specifically religiously oftentimes definitely affects like ideologies concerning your politics. You know me like even that was like the whole portion of wide these catholic bishops came together to To to take away communion from biden specifically because he is a he is pro choice right. He believes in broke abortion rights driver. And and catholics is like no. We don't like that so we're gonna use like are flex our muscles to say no. You can't do it right. Same thing happened at this. Particular time. Period henry haith. He flexed his muscles. Because he didn't particularly care for hampshire that he got from polk commit so he said i'm out and hopefully they'll say well. You're excommunicated Even when you brought up in historically his daughter elizabeth i. She was also excommunicated. Project communicated to at one point the to learn it's not working right. The regular regular addict celsius was the order that excommunicated both of them Yeah and and elizabeth like. I just wanted to strong. Go back to the church of england because i said yep. I'm red had secret. Another another example of of excommunication not working Napoleon was actually s. communicated as well for occupying rome and his response was to kidnap the pope and parading around his empire showing him off forcing him to see people powers. I mean if if that's not the best argument for authoritarianism. I i've yet to hear another one So just disclaimer. Authoritarianism is bad. The views of the guests do not reflect. 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"lady jane grey" Discussed on Noble Blood
"It didn't take long for the council to hear rumors of mary's growing number of supporters marching from east anglia to london. It wasn't just religious conservatives who supported mary there were many who just genuinely believed that the legitimate succession shouldn't be overturned for religious purposes and they saw jane grey as a political pawn which she was by july nineteenth dudley marched with three thousand men mary at frimley castle in suffolk had twenty thousand. The rest of the privy council realized that they had made a serious miscalculation and bet on the wrong horse. They hastily proclaimed that. Mary was the legitimate queen effectively ending what some consider to be the nine day reign of lady. Jane grey mary road into london on horseback victorious with her half sister elizabeth riding beside her. The city rejoiced some sources. Say that such a celebration had never been heard in the city. Before mary tudor who had been abandoned and cast aside humiliated and hurt was finally queen of england lady. Jane grey became a prisoner of the tower where she had merely hours before been a would-be queen awaiting coronation but mary decided on mercy though jane grey would be tried and convicted of treason. Mary chose not to actually act on the sentence death. Although of course jane grey's father in law was killed at this point. Mary was in her late thirties. The most important thing to her was restoring england to catholicism but to is well aware that if she failed to produce an air the next queen of england would be her protestant half sister elizabeth and so mary. Queen of england set out to decide on a husband. There were a few options for her and more than several advisors vying for their favorites to get the position but the only advice that mary really cared for was that of the holy roman emperor charles v who had been an ally to marry and to her mother ever since she was a child and she was briefly. Betrothed them charles. Her cousin had advised her went to give into henry's demands and when edward the sixth was making his protestant reforms. Charles was there to offer mary and escape to the continent if she needed it. Mary trusted him. Her life had been a series of betrayals by her father by edward by the privy councillors. Trust was hard won and valuable and it was rare in mary's life. Charles suggested that. Mary mary his son philip. Mary agreed her counselors. Were outraged. philip. A slightly younger man was a spaniard. That was bad enough but his father. Being the holy roman emperor as mary's husband legally phillip would have control over her right and since she's the queen does that mean he would have control over all of england's resources. Clearly all of these things need to be straightened out and again. I think it bears repeating. He was a spaniard gas. But mary was queen and she intended to act as one. She said that she would put the issue of her marriage to parliament and if they objected only then what you withdraw her choice for a husband and so parliament put together. Something called queen. Mary's marriage act a strange compromise where they ironed out the kinks of a woman. In power for the first time phillip would be styled king of england and all acts of parliament and official documents would have both his and mary's names but only for mary's lifetime england wouldn't need to provide any military support to phillips. Family and philip couldn't act without mary's consent or point foreigners to english offices. No one was really happy about this arrangement. Not even philip. Who was miffed that he wasn't getting more power. He was only married mary for political reasons. He wasn't actually in love with her. But when i say no one was happy about this arrangement. I do mean. No one was happy except mary who did really love philip and who had tremendous affection for him and was thrilled at their union but the country was furious. Marriage act or not. Everyone knew that a woman submitted to her husband in marriage and now they're queen would be submitting to a foreigner. Add to that the anger among protestants. That mary would be undoing. All of the protestant progress made in the country. There was outrage upon the announcement that she would be marrying. Philip there was a rebellion led by. Thomas wyatt the younger with the goal of deposing mary and replacing her with elizabeth. Mary put down the revolt handily and efficiently and arrested all of the conspirators. She also arrested elizabeth although she wasn't personally involved. Elizabeth remained in the tower for two months before she was put under house arrest but one of the conspirators in the white rebellion was lady. Jane grey's father. That family was still causing trouble trying to overthrow mary yet again. It was at this point that mary decided that mercy for the grays was no longer necessary. Lady jane grey and her husband..
"lady jane grey" Discussed on Noble Blood
"By fifteen fifty. Three edward was close to death and maybe he knew it because while he was still a young team edward with the guidance of his chief. Councillor john dudley began making secret plans to prevent catholic mary from taking the english throne the way her father henry. The eighth had outlined it in his succession plans. Edward or rather. His advisors didn't want a catholic sweeping in and undermining all of the protestant progress that they had made. They would have much preferred that the crown go next to edward's other half sister. Elizabeth also a protestant but elizabeth and mary were both illegitimate and to take one out of the line of succession. Meant taking both out. I'd awards advisors posited that if henry the eighth was allowed to delineate the order for succession after he was king in his will well. Why shouldn't the current king also be able to do that. And so before edward's death he secured his own private succession document saying that his cousin or i suppose actually his grand niece lady jane grey would be the one to take the throne after him lady. Jane grey was the granddaughter of henry. The eighth younger sister and lady jane grey also happened to be the daughter-in-law of man pulling the strings advisor. John dudley dudley began shoring up support for jane to become queen. After edward's death he knew it would be challenging especially because the people so loved mary. They had been rooting for her and for her patient. Devoted mother catherine all through their periods of submission and mary like most of the population still believed in the catholic faith. All of the changes. That dudley i mean edward the six had been making was too much too fast for many and so now an attempt to undermine the locked in order of succession was an ambitious move deadly knew that his plan would have a far greater chance of success if he literally kidnapped mary and prevented her from raising her own support. Mary received an invitation to london summoning her to visit her dying brother. She knew it was a trap and so instead. Mary fled from her property to east. Anglia norwich to start gathering. An army norwich was particularly smart strategic move. They absolutely hated dudley there because that had been where he had viciously put down the catch. Rebellion edward the six died on july. Six fifteen fifty three from a fever and a cough that had been gradually worsening for months dudley decided to wait to announce the death for a few days while he gathered his own reinforcements and planted ships on the coast to prevent mary's escape and also to prevent her from receiving checkup for many european powers. It wasn't until july tenth but the council announced that lady jane grey was going to be queen. She was taken to the tower of london where traditionally monarchs awaited their coronations. The people on the street when they heard the announcement were a little confused. They muttered amongst themselves. Shod each other glances. Mary sent a message to the privy council stating that she intended to claim her right and title. The privy council responded that she was illegitimate supported by quote a few lewd base people..
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"lady jane grey" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
"Number twenty three which british actor who suffered serious head injuries in the nineteen ninety car accident played the character of renting in the bbc. Wartime sitcom lolo number twenty four. Which city provides the setting for the opening scene of one thousand nine hundred seventy one film. The french connection number twenty five. What's the name of the process by which an unstable nucleus loses energy but radiation okay ancestor. Today's quiz then one was games. People play number one. The decade of the nineteenth century when overarm bowling was legalized in cricket. Walls the eighteen sixties. It was eight hundred sixty four to be precise number two in the card game bridge. The highest ranking suit is spades number three the maximum number number of runners permitted to start the grand national be forty horses number four and it is in diving that a competitive performed tux. And pike's number five in the board game cluedo the feature that the four corners rooms contain that the others don't is that they all contain secret. Passage round two was marble play sculptures and statues round number six. The armless statue that has been exhibited in the louvre in paris. Rediscovery is the venus de milo number. Seven overlooking rio de janeiro christ. The redeemer is a thirty meters tall number eight. The army that was buried with the emperor of china was made of terra. Cotta number nine. The italian artist antonio canvas sculpture of perseus is holding up the head of medusa a number ten the artists that produced a series of found found object sculptures known as ready mades with the porcelain urinal. The bicycle wheel was marcel. Duchamp ran three was the oh happy day round number eleven the shakespeare's history plane that contains we few we happy. Few we band of brothers is henry. The fifth number twelve the animated film in which elijah wood robin williams and hugh jackman are improperia. Wins is happy feet number thirteen according to the advert. Happiness is a cigar called hamlet number fourteen actor and director who played ritchie cunningham. In happy days is ron howard. A number fifteen as of march twenty twenty one the un world. Happiness report ranks finland. The happiest country in the world has done four times in a row round four. Was the grays the new gray round number. Sixteen the name that you would better know lord greystoke as tarzan number. Seventeen the ex prime minister. That was always gray and spitting image with john. Major number eighteen the Oscar wilde novel walls the picture of dorian gray them nineteen lady. Jane grey was the queen of england for nine days and the twenty. The nintendo game boy was first released in the nineteen eighty s. He was nine hundred thousand nine in japan and north america and then released in one thousand nine hundred. Ninety in europe and career ran five. Was the general knowledge round number twenty one. The tv adverts that feature the james bond star figure that goes to great lengths to deliver box of chocolates to a lady is for milk tray number. Twenty two the maiden name of jacqueline kennedy onassis bouvier number twenty three the british actor who suffered head injuries in one thousand nine hundred and played renting twat in lolo gordon k number twenty four. The city that provides the setting for the opening scene of the french connection is marseille. I'm number twenty five. The name of the process by which an unstable nucleus loses energy by radiation is a radioactive decay but also accept nuclear decay radio activity radioactive disintegration on nuclear disintegration.
"lady jane grey" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Hello and welcome to a special episode of yield crime where we discussed the funny strange and obscure crimes of yesteryear. I'm your host lindsay valenti and with me as my sister and co host maddie single and no high. We editors something fun in short exciting. Yes we are doing something different this week. We have been invited to take part in the first ever. Historical true crime podcast showcase with a lot of other fun and amazing podcasters in a history realm. We are honored to be included in this list of amazing historical. True crime podcast. And let's get started. Yeah i'm excited for friendship. It's like i feel like now that we're in the showcase like we have friends now. We have other friends and we're friends in a historical context. They like us so for this week's special mini episode. I'm going to be sharing with you. The origins of three blind mice. That's really cute. But it's probably going to be mostly disturbing. It's going to be bad awesome okay. Let's do this. Let's do right information. It was pulled from the following sources. Twenty eighteen a bit about britain blog. Posts by mike. A two thousand ten education dot com article by natalie. Kid a two thousand five history today. Article by richard cavendish all nursery rhymes dot com atlas obscure and britain express and links to all. These articles will be included in the show notes. Just a heads up. I don't know if they'll be in the show notes of the other shows that were taking part. In with this showcase they will be in the show notes of our podcast at yield crime. Podcast dot com for those unfamiliar with the rhyme. This is what it sounds like. Three blind mice three blind mice. See how they run. See how they run. They all ran after the farmer's wife who cut off their tails with a carving knife. Did you ever see such a sight in your life as three blind mice. But i mean so. The origin of this rhyme dates back to sixteen o nine when thomas rian scott published it in a music. Compilation entitled dude romania. What is the fisted heidel. Or a really orion well. That was the compilation of the songs that it was part of. So i don't think that was called dude amelia. You know what. I meant you got there. It's generally believed that the source material for this rhyme dates back to fifteen fifty five when queen. Bloody mary the i of england executed three protestant clergymen for heresy by burning them at the stake. Why not make a cute little rhyme about it later. Yeah it's adorable. The men in question were the bishop of washer stor. Hugh latimer the bishop of london. Nicholas ridley and the archbishop of canterbury thomas cranmer. They are just three of the two hundred eighty people burnt at the stake for heresy between fifteen fifty three and fifteen fifty eight during the reign of queen. Mary the first but at least they gotta gotta rhyme and all are punished for not adhering to the queen's orders to practice roman catholicism religious feet. Yes always ends well. It does all. Three men were great men of reform especially in protestantism. Thomas cranmer in fact ushered in the age of reformation almost immediately upon his appointment as the archbishop of canterbury when he annulled the twenty four year marriage henry the eighth to catherine of aragon in order to validate his new marriage to amber lynn. High anti. yeah we're related. Nicholas ridley and in small part. Thomas cranmer was targeted in particular for his part in trying to secure lady. Jane grey as a new monarch in place of mary after preaching that she and her sister were illegitimate and unfit to rule. Ooh so they just trying to break all the rules. Yeah yeah anarchy. Monarchy from earliest fifteen fifty four nicholas and thomas cher to sell and the tower of london for treason with crammer and a preacher named john bradford in march fifteen fifty four. All three men were moved to the accardo jail and to await. Trial happened to the other guy. I think he died. He was killed pretty safe to assume but if they're on their for treason it's pretty safe to assume he was killed. Sorry in january fifteen fifty five. The three men were brought to the church of saint mary the virgin to be tried and encouraged to disavow their protestant beliefs. The humidity refused and we're ultimately found guilty for not believing trans substantiation for those who. Don't practice catholicism. Trans substantiation is the change that occurs so bread and wine become the literal body and blood of christ which is also known as the eucharist. And this is a practice that has done during communion in catholocism. the eucharist is quote unquote. The real presence. Which is the belief that christ is actually there and to deny that such as in the case of protestants would be at that time considered heretical. Okay so the men were held at the cardo jail at the northgate and thomas. Cranmer was forced to watch nicholas. Ridley and hugh latimer were burnt at the stake on october sixteenth. Fifteen fifty five. Both men had small bags of gunpowder tied around their necks in an act of humane mercy. Oh yeah his that. Have been in florida all and you probably still would be alive long enough to feel that going to live. She succumbed to the smoke and died. A painless staff mercy. Unfortunately for poor nicholas it took him much longer to die. Due to the fact that the packets of gunpowder failed to ignite causing him to die in anguish as he cried out. I cannot burn. I cannot burn by the time the gunpowder finally ignited he was already dead so he basically instead of succumbing to the fumes or having the gun powder packet lake ignite and essentially lake pseudo decapitate hammer. Something by like blowing up in his chest and stuff. He was just burnt to a crisp but he just immolated before he succumbed. Nine nicholas. ridley was fifty. Five and hugh latimer was sixty seven. Thomas cranmer horrified by the deaths of his fellow clergy appeal to the queen and recanted. His beliefs swearing his acceptance of the pope. The head of the church the queen proving her moniker of bloody mary didn't believe he was quote unquote since sear in the renouncement of his faith. So after losing his appeal thomas cranmer was also burnt at the stake on the same spot. On march twenty first fifteen fifty six at the age of sixty seven it said that as they lit the branches he thrust his right hand into the flames which he deemed unworthy as he had used it to sign the recantation of his faith so he was basically saying he was trying to revert back before he died. Yeah i worked out for him. Even though she has often been remembered as villainous and cruel monarch queen. Mary shouldn't be viewed as the only one who has committed misdeeds in this tale prior to their deaths hugh latimer for example played a major role and seeing catholic john forrest who was confessor to queen catherine of aragon burnt at the stake under the reign of king henry the eighth and even went.
Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast
"lady jane grey" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast
"The story is that. Mary could be seen as a full operation in one of the bedrooms than walking down the stairs wearing white or else heard weeping around the area of the status legend also states the term execution estate the talbot the night before carrying out his ghastly duty and that he dined hartley on pigeon pie. One paranormal investigation team visited the site in two thousand eleven and recorded some slight light normalize which is slightly different for the normal duster in sectors which digital cameras routinely pick up. There was nothing within their investigation to either confirm or deny the presence of mary. Queen of scots out next location is tariff london. Which of course needs no introduction. It has many within its ancient walls but the one we are interested in is the cyclical one which one source claimed can be seen as a white shape fishing around the tower on the twelfth of february every year twelfth of february is the day that lady jane grey was beheaded in fifteen fifty four and seventeen years old. She spent just nine days as the queen of england before being deposed by queen. Mary likes to be known as bloody mary. Lady jane grey and a husband guilford dudley one president in the towel by the new queen and a few short months later lady jane had to watch her husband being led off to his execution before suffering the same fate herself. It seems quite possible it would be her goes to the attracted to that particular date and finally finally reversed rico's today. Although anymore for february in the book i thought we pop scotland and take a look at the tragedy of glencoe. Glencoe lies a few miles south of fort. William and ben nevis in the scottish highlands. It's a lonely windswept. Place immense natural beauty and is illustrated cover photo for almanac in august. Sixteen ninety one king. William the third of england declared that all the highland chiefs had to swear their loyalty to him by the thirty first of january sixteen. Ninety two or else suffer the consequences the donald clam of co under the leader. Alastair were late signing declaration by a couple of days and the english king decided to make an example of from foreign troops were dispatched from fort william and they better to themselves on the clam who forced to house and feed them and treat them with hospitality for ram two weeks in those days. The forceful active of billeting troops was heinous expensive and was probably designed to deliberately reduce the grain. Food stores of the clan and of course is disposable wealth whilst at the same time saving the kings of money and paying for his army on february twelfth the king heavies emerson right to the captain and the which gave the signal to attack on february. Thirteenth is chilling. Even four hundred years like turn. it's cold hearted. Wording it said you are hereby order to fall upon the rebels the macdonalds of glencoe and put all to the sword under seventy. You ought to have a special care that the old fox news sons do upon no account escape your hands. You ought to skill all the avenues. That no ma'am escape this. You ought to put into execution at five o'clock precisely and by that time will very shortly after it. I'll strive to be at you with a stronger party. If i do not come to you at five. You will not tarry for a to fall on. This is by the king special command for.