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"north england" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"north england" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"north england" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:34 min | 11 months ago

"north england" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"north england" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"north england" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The purchase of that beer will help those people out there going to be sending me a couple of samples, and we will Definitely taste those and review it. Ah, future show drugs and the Harris Family Brewery have collaborated on the Black is beautiful beer, which is really cool. The Harris Family Brewery in Harrisburg eyes an African American family that has a brewery out there and now trucks has partnered up with them on this limited release of black is beautiful. It's available now Act rogues. It is also available obviously and Harris family Brewery trucks, of course, open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily. Um they used corn from Pennsylvania blue corn grown at dancing store form and malt. Locally by Deer Creek Mall tests a really cool Ah, great beer that was put out from from a brewing in San Antonio, whose name escapes me right now, but it's all in support of the African American community and a lot. Some of these brews air trying to give back by opening up internships and jobs. For African Americans who want to get into beer making on DH have a job in the workforce with beer, So that's really cool. Very, very cool stuff. You know, on that end and speaking of which, as we dive into sudden duds First beer that is up happens to be the black is beautiful collaboration. This one was done by three threes brewing out in New Jersey in South Jersey. It's It's just a really great beer. It's thick. It's boozing. It's delicious. I was really proud to support this. I hadn't been able to find it anywhere in stores finalise or three threes have their version out, picked up a four pack of it really enjoyed. It actually gave a cannon, my neighbor. Look, I still have two cans left. I might be giving those out to people because I want people to experience this because, ah, a lot of places that had it. We're selling out of it very quickly, Which is always a good thing because you're helping out the African American community. So kudos to three three's great version of that beer. Hickory's did pound of mosaic feathers that I had on tap of Paragon Tappan table. This is a crushable beer for 7% little bit of hop to it. But a real nice beer perfect for a summer evening also had from magnify again magnifies impressing me again. Troubled by design. Great by loving the hop that acidic burn is not there anymore again. I don't know what changed. Maybe they've cold conditions it better. Maybe there was an issue with the refrigeration system or whatever, but I was always getting acidic burn with those beers. Not getting it now would magnify and pleasantly surprised, And that's good because I'll go back and try them again and again. You know, without that acidic burn. The folks of Bradley Group Project did a beer, which I bought for my wife couple of weeks ago ended up trying to can skinny 12 ounce can call Pinky. It's a rose a style al. It's brewed with his hibiscus and great must. This was a light, refreshing floral type of beer was very good. It was tasty. Ah, change of pace from a lot of the other stuff that I drink, and I like to change it up every once in a while. One beer. That was okay for me. Ah, the troubles of North England. New England. I paid by Connecticut Valley Brewing its OK, I pee and nothing crazy about it. Don't know if I would go back to it again. A lot of people that were at Paragon. We're trying it and really enjoyed it. For me. It was okay. You know, there's there's a lot of other selections out there again with so many different breweries that are out there. And me being an EPA guy. Sometimes, you know, there are things that I'll go back to again and again because I like it, but I do like to try new things. And if you're not gonna wow me on that first couple of sips. I'm probably not going back to that beer again. I will probably try something else and whether I shifted from an EPA to a stout or whatever remains to be seen, but that's one of those apparently Over a paragon. They were getting a lot of people buying it and doing it was doing well for me. Just you know, a middle of the road type of beer, One beer, Ah, and brewery that I really enjoy a lot is hoof hearted brewing. Their roller blade. I bought this strictly for the Cannes didn't know anything about it wasn't sure it was a double, eh? But honest to God. This is a great beer. Ah, Nice double. Good. Hot by tasty great tropical flavor. Really? Enjoy this a lot. The roller blade is an excellent beer from halfhearted brewing. Twin elephant today. Ah, ah Collab with Oh, my God. The musical group escapes me right now. True believer eyes, the name of the beer and this is just a fantastic brew. It's It's got great flavors. It's got you know a nice, dank look to it. Just a really, really good beer. And in fact, the beer was collab with, uh, bouncing souls out of New Jersey. They did the collaboration with these guys. Citric Mosaic and Cascade cryo half 7.1%. A B V, just a delicious, delicious beer. Twin elephant as usual, knocking it out of the park. There with their with their selection of beers had a raspberry dry hopped soured by collective arts brewing Canadian brewer. They do a really nice job in a lot of their beers. Love there can art This was nice. Dr Tart. Got this from my wife. She enjoyed a great raspberry flavor. Just a really, really nice hour and love to have a sour is a change of pace type of beer. When you're drinking, especially. We're in a We're in a backyard for a party. I don't want to drink to the I P is on a hot day. You want to kind of switch it up a little bit, of course, properly. Hydrate yourself with some water in between. Had AH brew cat citric acid trip by Ickarus. This is a really dank, hazy type of beer. But on the lighter side of the A B V, I think was like It was like 5% somewhere around there. 5% as we continue on here with the alga till a craft beer cast our son's a dud segment on AM 9 70 Answer one of years. That paragon hasn't cans Paragon Tappan Table, Of course, located in Clark Newjersey, right off of the Garden State Parkway, Exit 1 35 in the Target shopping center. Aurora ble realest by Bolero. Ah,.

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"north england" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"north england" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Extensions to be honest I have yes okay regular bed I don't even I don't even know what I meant by that I better shut up Caitlyn up his Kitty Kate Kate let let's talk about let's talk about what you call a cold systemen yet no not really I honest to god I was just kidding around the people know that okay Caitlyn so what what about bed bugs what's going on we lived we moved into an apartment complex called Vega in north England and when we moved in we were putting things in the bedroom and my roommate had pointed out a bug that was calling on the bed and he thought it was originally a tech so we called for extermination and we have let them know that we think there's a text and then the night after that I had been experiencing little if you bite marks you got that yeah yeah yeah doubt now here's the good the good news is there are treatments for bed bugs the bad news is you want the landlord to pay well not exactly that my issue is is that they move this into unit a hot bed bugs and we're right in between two people that also have bed bugs AT how do you the exterminator told us as well as my neighbors around so told us that the older lady lives in self which is perfectly fine but it is affecting my unit so every time the exterminator come which is on a weekly basis he's right it's no good it's no good and I get the I. has now a hundred and thirty plus fights all over my body and I've been in contact with the leasing office what does the leasing office tell me what management says hold on let's come back to this you know what this is an age old problem what do you do what do you do when a neighbor has the problem or neighboring units where does management have to step in and then James Dabney ill tell you we will take you we want to hear your comment on small businesses especially when it comes.

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"north england" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"north england" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"With everything we're dealing with right now Hank what would be a couple suggestions of things to watch we have a lot at all we used to watch rock mereka this show under absolutely it's a great show I don't like the cold head which means it's a great show that not a lot of people watch please rectify that and if you don't live in the first five minutes of the first episode of the first season you can stop but I guarantee you will but anyway the lady you know the boys is very very dark and amazing show especially if you like superheroes and and Jackie ventures it's incredible series I should session if you haven't seen it yeah I think my very good show in the last few years yeah I'm simply bags from the house we worked a lot of after a convert charts on the black market it gives a very similar story back in some way it's darkness an emotional national mortgage really funny I really enjoy I thought my favorite movie of the year if you haven't seen it was once upon a time in Hollywood I thought this was crazy so good I thought knives out was really entertaining old fashioned sort Agatha Christie can a modernized version of a murder mystery if you like that kind of thing if you haven't caught up on the classics like if you've never seen deadwood the wire I mean I imagine breaking bad weapons consume everybody's seen it yet I know Jim that nobody knows okay there's a British series called Happy Valley and it sounds like it's a comedy but it's not it's extremely dark interesting no pun intended police drama crime drama about a woman detectives in north England okay you have to put it on you have to watch on subtitles the action is so thick C. mobile us any respect but this woman I can't remember her name but she's one like the equivalent of the British and the couple times for it and I don't I don't understand why nobody here has picked up on it which incredibly realistic and we only moving and gripping and it's amazing how quickly blinders that's another one that yeah another English show that you as you should watch on some titles the action so sick but that's incredible but it's changed basically some sort of gangs and gangsters in northern England like at the turn of the century the island I'm I'm addicted to all the shows I love all the shows so I kinda go on but I would I would start with those those are fantastic because you know Hank right before we get you.

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"north england" Discussed on The Skylines Podcast

The Skylines Podcast

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"north england" Discussed on The Skylines Podcast

"Seven and a half thousand volt socio. To thirty one thousand pound salt Zia tripled and people said when I write in that job much as city-khan does about his job of the moment that there's nothing that you can do about it but there are deep complex causes this is all about central government cuts resources and empty. My predecessor jobs. Said there's nothing you can do this. No money keep your head down. Happy that resolved. As soon as I arrived on the landings. It was obvious to me that this could be turned around and it could be turned around much more quickly than people believed and that was fussy about my saying will resign unless I reject violence and presents in twelve months. I brought in a brigadier from the army. We set up an obstacle. We focused on the ten minutes challenge. Presence we drill down into the data I got on the landings with prison. Officers shouted them on their shifts from before seven in the morning. We got right down to rewriting the checklists and we reduced violence. We turn that graph around seven months. We can do the same in London and begins with tripling the number of uniform police on the streets but the point is this isn't that I'm talking good game. All these candidates could say that in sunny. They're not saying that but they could say at the differences. I know how to do it. I've managed uniformed organizations before. I understand how you do this. I love police officers. I get how training works. I get the difference between somebody. Patrolling the streets. Who's going through the motions and somebody who's doing it actively in intelligently in developing the right community relations I understand tensions between putting all the money into bureaucracy and the censure and getting people out on the streets because fundamentally for the last almost thirty years of my life as a public seven. I have launched. He been somebody. Housing been a professional politician. But somebody who has managed dumb things my reputation. I think if you talked to anyone who were with Mister Minister in the House of Commons was not particularly a political figure. I wasn't a very party political for interesting PUTTY POLITICS. My reputation was somebody who when the floods happened. Got Straight out there within an hour standing in the flood. Water in prisons on the landing offering to resign suicide took environments to bringing in the plastic bag tax. These are the kinds of things kind of experiences that I would bring to running. But what about the idea that you know? There is an American come renowned but they could be one day. Could you not have been agitating for that? To in a fighting for the region's a little bit truth is that I am somebody who like most people in London has a mixed life. I'm somebody who spent time. In the north England I spend time outside the United Kingdom and in other ways. I'm very very very much. I don't talk much about that because I think a Londoner is a choice. Anybody who wants to call themselves Londoner. Even if they've only been in the city two years I would feel proud to welcome as one minute. If you're interested in my personal story. I still live in the same house that I lived in the baby. I walk here in London. I delivered my son on the bathroom floor of that house. I Walk my son to the same little school that my father walked me too. When I was five years old my grandmother was Wimbledon counselor. My grandfather was a GP in south London. Between the wolves he looked after patients through the blitz and my time depth among them is deeper than that. I'M IN MY ANCESTORS WARDROBE LONDON. Thirteen sixty but the reason that. I talk about to London dimension is that I celebrate the thirtieth some people who live in London monop- born in the united. And I hate the idea that people get into a game of his Alumna. Who's not because I think it's deeply deeply deeply misleading and it gives a complete effect sense of any of our lives experience. I mean even that story that I told you is only a partial misleading truth because yes I'm back in. The same house is innocent. Baby the in between the per year and Hempstead. I Live for three years and covent garden lifting. His Lincoln lived in Harlem Park Staden Stockwell so like everybody on them. It's a complicated thing. I think there's something a bit odd about taking a massive mobile diverse global city and trying to insist on the sort of identity that she would associate with somebody living in the HEBRIDES. Let's so let's move the conversation on with talking about having slept in lots of different places so that just gives me a lovely segue to the fact that this polio campaign strategy right now you'll you'll spend ninety week sleeping somewhere else. We're also you know you start to the campaign by by walking everywhere. This is not the standard way political campaigns running this country wha-wha-what inspired this kind of strategy a belief that we need to get much closer to people that the problem with politics is that it is very isolated politicians sitting at the top of the pyramid and ivory tower and buried off amount of paperwork behind deaths whereas actually the real responsibility of May is to be with people in their bars spending serious time and experiencing life as they it and that. That's something you need to do every week. It's not enough to say in my past life. I knew that did that. Full five years ago you lose touch frequently unless every week. I am in a different persons house spending the night I lose immediately the touch and the challenge that I got last week in a homeless shelter and Romney with Al. Get tonight when I'm going to be up time and staying sheltered accommodation for the women that I got two weeks ago new because these are very unique experiences. It's fourteen hours that I spend with somebody. Literally being in there and surroundings dining them people open up. Reveal things in a way that they didn't reveal when you don't WanNa door and for politician that's very very precious because there are so many things that stop politicians actually touching public some of them formal some informal some psychological some bureaucratic and the only way through as to literally put yourself in. Somebody's house so we'll sort of things. Have you learned from this experience that you didn't know before we take example of where? I stayed in the hunt shirt from Bromley last week. Partly the practice of living through someone something with someone so laying out the beds which we got out we were of an actual got beds out at ten in the morning woke up just before six to clear away. The beds again. Multiflora clean toilets. I realized that one of the men in that shelter have been there for three and a half years and this wasn't there was nothing for him to do. From the moment we clear the bed sweat six in the morning to the moment that they were laid out again. Tony Hall locked an Empty Hall. It's used scouts themselves. Second example I think which really mattered to me and said it was very clear to me. That Bromley Council. I think were saying the time according at least to the volunteers that they had any for homeless people in the era it. Twelve people in shelters and if the council had come out and sat on the edge of their beds and talk through what their problems were quite. A lot of. Those problems could be fixed in a few hours. Sometimes people simply unlucky. Some of them have got a short term problem with paperwork or housing or relationship. Some of them need more serious counseling. Something might have mental health issues addiction as he's but these are things that are eminently soluble. And when I talk about why you need a man who wants to do things. It's funny because I can see that Andy Burnham Amerifactors Sir has carved rough sleeping in. Eighteen months drives me absolutely honest when I say I'm going to have rough sleeping. Everybody says you can't do it because we'll start because of cons because the central government gets not true how come on Bones Moshav. Upstate just unveiled quite a detailed housing plan. Actually do you WanNa tell us about how oversee housing is a much broader crisis in this city then homelessness. What's what's new housing plan? How are you going to get stuff? Built the big unlocked. Potential of them is the fact that the mayor of London owns five thousand five hundred acres of transport for London landmass land and at the moment. He's selling it off. Generally for short term cash return. He's eating.

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"north england" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

Brief History Podcast

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"north england" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

"With his officers. Buckingham was stopped jump. Felton a discontented fulmer a soldier the g immediately unpopular and fell apart from the King Mundi staff ten for March nineteen sixty nine already disillusioned with parliament's Charles. The I was outraged. Went on the second of March sixteen twenty nine members of parliament. I held the speaker the house down in his chair and then passed three resolutions condemning the kings financial and religious policies eight days later Charles dissolved if the assembly embarked on a period government without parliament's node as the personal rule twenty third July sixteen thirty seven king mm to secure a great degree religious. Conformity Courses Three Kingdom challenge the first order team deduction of new In Scotland the measure backcloth fly by late. When I say Josh Church in Edinburgh Energy Creme protested against book show to the masses of some come against us a a negative reference to reintroduction of Thala Schism twenty-eight for February sixteen thirty eight determined not accepted me prayer book which Charles I I was trying to impose on them? The Scots join up in National Covenant which bound the signature is to resist. All religious innovations on the twentieth of February sixteen. Thirty eight lead in Scottish gentlemen began singing signing the document. Gray Fires Church that umbrella. Thousands follows the General Assembly Declared bishops abolished unchallenged and Charles Prepared to send troops into Scotland to restore order thirteenth April. Sixteen sixteen forty desperate for money to fight the Scots Charles. The I was forced to summon parliament. Is I after eleven years of personal rule that I that seemed a good chance to members of parliament might be prepared to set their resentments of the king's domestic policies and a great granting money yes such hopes provide divided illusionary and Charles was forced dissolved parliament within a month. Twenty eight vulgar sixteen fourteen. You haven't advanced into England. The Scottish army found chose the first full Waited for them. The seven Bank of the River Tyne at nea boone charging across the river undercover tillery twee fire discounts swiftly put English infantry to flight. Charles was forced to agree a humiliating nate truce third in November sixteen forty with the Scottish army firmly establishing in England and refusing to leave. It's Today's expense would pay jaws. The full was forced to summon a component but instead of providing the king with financial assistance many of the members of parliament Sunday him was zealous. Head president's approach uses voice angry complaints against his palaces losses October sixteen forty. What in the late sixteen forty one item rebel? The country's Catholic inhabitants were cementation pulled by the prospect to recruit in parliament achieve in political dominance in England entrenched by the possibility of season concessions Those who won by parliament of Scott several thousand England Scotch President settlers were killed many were forced to flee full for January sixteen forty filming. The opponents in parliament only determine sees political control but also to impeach his Catholic Weiss Henrietta Maria Charles the first March march into the House of Commons and attempted arrest viably members of parliament full may slipped away and chose to leave empty handed. Twenty second of August sixteen forty by setting up his role of stunned at Castle Hill and not of by seminaries Israel loyal subjects objects join him against enemies in. Parliament chose effectively signal stalking auspiciously for him quote. The Standard is South House was blown down the same not end quote by strong unruly semple Toba sixty forty day. Although parmanent was initially managed to control almost seven England in October. Sixteen forty to some ten thousand Cornishman rose up in arms. Charles I in chase parliament's few local supporters covered across the river. Tama Destiny Front was development in English. Shiva will open with the Kurdish became. In some of the King's toughest soldiers twenty third of October sixteen forty two as Charles the fullest army events on Parliament from the wash marshes. Its Path was blocked by parliament's army under robot. Devereaux of Essex Edgehill Warwickshire struggling that follow was bloody but indecisive but pay to hope that English civil might be settled by single battle fifteen for September sixteen forty. Three having suffered a series of verses Desperate for Moment Charles. The first order James Butler marquee key of To arrange a ceasefire with the Catholic confederates or insurgents in Ireland. So the English president so just fighting that could be shipped home to uh-huh with against the parliamentarians the so-called cessation of arms outraged at King's English opponents twenty the September sixteen forty three fair in that being able to beat the Reuters forces with outside help the parliamentarians concluded in line with the Scots by the terms of the treaty Agreed to send a powerful army to fight. Charles I in return for church reform in England occurred into the word of God. The Asian. Keep rumors sculptures ISM Second of July sixteen forty four Charles Force I. It's no ovens. Poets was besieged in your by joint force of Parliamentarians in Scots but relief by Wallace. Army under the king's nephew prince reaper. Triumph quick Size to report when his army was destroyed in a battle at master more the following day thereafter north England's effectively actively lost to the King Fifteen February sixteen forty five foreigner humility defeated the main field army in the battle of loss whitlow Inco in sixteen forty four parliamentary decided to effective armies required. It passed a self denying ordinance. They required all members of both houses of parliament lay down their commands they restructured fighting force was established by law. On fifteen tram. February was named the name of the army. So Thomas Fairfax with pointers Lord. General and Oliver Cromwell his second in command command forty of June sixteen forty five confident that is veteran troops without fight parliament's needy rate forces Charles. The first launch his main field army around nine thousand men against Thomas Fairfax's Army of around fourteen thousand a Nesbitt in Northamptonshire. The result was a disaster for the king the royalist infantry loss. We hold them all chance of winning the war. Fifty may sixteen forty six as the parliamentarian net. Close around him Charles. The I decide to throw his lot with the Scots. He made his way to the camp of the Scottish Army Committee. South L. in Newark on gave himself up. The Scots eventually handed over to the parliamentarians before two thousand pounds at the the end December sixteen forty seven. The bulk of the Scottish army marched by across the river tweed and King Scott Scars replaced by English Parliamentarians Seventeenth to nineteenth August sixteen forty eight in mid sixteen forty eight England expired experienced a fervor action violence known as the second civil rebellions in favor of the king broke in many parts of England and Wales new joyful. Sculpting Bishop Lynch wrote South but would destroy a precedent by Nami on the Komo this mark. The End. The royal resurgence six. This December sixteen forty eight in raped by parliament's opposition to political ideals of Army decide to remove those members of parliament mm-hmm they regarded as untrustworthy effectively. Was a key attack. Colonel Thomas Pride at the purges name the call knee any turned away some hundred eighteen members whatever forty more were arrested. The result in less than hundred six member was direct disrobes Isley known as the RIM chief Adjara Sixteen forty eight in the wake of the second civil war. Oliver Cromwell and other senior commanders. New Model Army decided to England would never be settled in peace while Charles the first remained the life. Life Coordinator King was charged with high treason. Tried and found guilty on beheaded chose faced his trial and definitely remarkable dignity. Not is last word on the scaffold was remember. The execution of king was great across Europe. We've shock fifteen for May a sixteen forty nine in atmosphere greater religious tolerance and lack of censorship during the war. Radical political religious ideas flourished. The name Army was help house many of these ideas. It was particularly influenced by the levellers small vocal group. Corporate significant changes society include an extension of the franchise. The army leadership reacted by Leeches challenges to their authority and in May sixteen forty nine karston lovely mutiny at Burford in Oxfordshire Eleven to twelve September. Sixteen forty nine determined subdued subdued Rebellious Irish parliament or Tacoma The powerful Expeditionary Force across the Irish say after London Dublin Chroma. We'll quickly moved onto storm the neighboring town of Jerky he attracts slaughtered moment. Thirty thousand of the defenders in the process. I in January sixteen being fifty one desperate to recover his father's from Charles the first elvis elvis's struck a bog with the Scotch whereby grades take the Covenant. Didn't in return for a promise of Scottish military assistance in early sixteen fifty one chose with Crime Charles. The second kind of Scotland as scone castle. September sixteen fifty one foreigners coronation. The Nation King of Scots Charles. The second raise the Scottish army invaded England. Many English word is came into spoil him but in heartfelt back to Worcester uh the parliamentarian commander of the combat defeated the young King's Army. It proved to be the last major battle. English civil charge subsequently fled into the exile abroad. Sixteen December sixteen fifty three after the execution of Charles. The first diverse factions impoundment Global against themselves in frustration of the chrome dismissed the purge rump parliament in some is also perfect day with the complexity of the problems. England when are facing Trumbull Self Appointments Law protecting gave him powers akin to monarch is continuing popularity Clark with the army propped up. His raging may sixteen fifty five the Spanish rule Jamaica since fifty nine on introduced African slaves to work in sugar plantations. The British seized the island on continued to develop the Sugar Trade Jordan this period in many flavors slaves escaped into mountains. These people can make became known. As Marines and came to control law large areas they Jamaican Interior after launch in tax on sugar plantations through September. Sixteen fifty eight. When all of the comments died he was succeeded? As low attacked by his son Richard. The Commonwealth of England collapse into financial chaos and arguments between the military administration increased. Parliament was when skins dissolved Coma was overthrown. George monk when the is most capable officers realize is the only Restoration of the king could end the political chaos on Charles. The second was invited to return from exile I. The the January sixteen sixty Sino peepers was a naval administrator and later member of parliament diaries covering the years from sixteen sixty to sixteen eighteen sixty nine provided a fascinating insight into myth seventeenth century life. The scope of the deranged from fry remarks details observation events and personalities around him twenty nine May Sixteen Sixty Charles. The second officially rush official restoration being dish f-r-o-t-h had already been acknowledged as king in Scotland in sixteen..

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North England hit by torrential rain and flooding

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

North England hit by torrential rain and flooding

"Three severe flood warnings which carry a risk to life having ticket in South Yorkshire after torrential rain forced people to leave their homes the heavy rains causing trouble destruction some roads and railway lines have been closed parts of the Midlands have also been affected by heavy rain which is full caustic Clea and move southeast by

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Parliament’s Next Brexit Brawl: When to Hold Elections

PBS NewsHour

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Parliament’s Next Brexit Brawl: When to Hold Elections

"Britain prime minister Boris Johnson is vowing to push again for early elections in the battle over brexit the house of Commons voted Wednesday against calling elections it also voted against leaving the European Union on October thirty first without a formal deal today at a police recruiting event in north England Johnson said an election is now essential. your light breaks if they want to go about is the one I didn't I didn't want to election I don't. I do want to let you do but frankly I cannot see any other way the only way to get this thing done to get this thing moving is to. that decision Johnson's ruling conservatives will try again on Monday to win approval of new elections meanwhile the prime minister's brother Joe Johnson quit his position as a conservative member of parliament today he said he was torn between family loyalty and the British national

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"north england" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"north england" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Like to find out how to revive a dodo all if there are any microbes are Mars, you can please do give us a rating too. So where to go next we've already found ancient clues in the form of fossilized, bones and footprints, but professor John Hutchinson. From the Royal veterinary College, London studies living dinosaurs, aka the birds, always computer as a way to understand their extinct. Ancestors Richardson in office and just about managed to find so much a sit amongst his thousands of dinosaur toys, that's pretty normal for a paleontologist. I would say that I have some other strange things like a micro raptor, fossil cast not many people have those my view is that we need to study living animals and make sure what we. We do with extinct animals works for for living animals. I so here, I'm I've pulled up a movie of computer model of an ostrich. This is the hips and the legs of an ostrich, and it's walking and replaying actual experimental data where we measured the movements of the legs and how much force the feeder exerting on the ground. And yeah, it showed unsurprisingly that ostriches can walk and they can run and gave us a lot of confidence in our simulation approach. Whereas if we blindly applied that dinosaurs, we might never know whether we were just concocting a Pharisee or not John uses this data from the living birds that muscles that tendons, even videos of their movement to create simulations of extinct dinosaurs as social digital puppets. You can automate things and even asked the computer to solve a problem like say, hey, figure out how much mobility this joint has or how fast could this t Rex run with the computer find the answer more objective? Really? We've taken three d models of the bones of the pelvis, the hips and the legs and animated a T Rex moving pretty straight legs. Fairly crouched legs more like a bird like kind of posture. And then that's something more in between. We evaluated all the forces involved in these kinds of motions to to see which of these reconstructions would be more plausible or Comey rule any of them out as actually impossible, and we found that at least the really really crouched one. That was more ostrich-like in its pasture was a go that there's no way probably could even walk with that kind of a pasture. Just just looking at that one very crouch down. What you've ruled out intuitively. I would rule the atmosphere. Just look so difficult. We also ruled out the more straight legged one it's just two straight legged and wouldn't have enough bounce in its legs in our to sustain running properly. So actually, we concluded the most plausible way of moving was the happy, medium one. So Jones computer can give us a pretty accurate idea of how the dinosaurs might have moved. And from his perspective hopping was out of the question something like a t Rex no freaking way in terms of hopping. If it tried to hopper, maybe even jump at all jumped once, we're probably rip its tendons fractured bone so on and so forth giant dinosaurs. Definitely, no, smaller dinosaurs. No. We don't see any evidence for that in their anatomy, and seems most dinosaurs were just too big to help. But Malcolm, wasn't alone in wondering how bird like dinosaurs? Were. In fact, what we were making this episode. Another listener Tom emailed us. My name is Pamela north England often. Listen to the birds calling. We now know that the tiny bit all thing. Thing like birth. The short answer attempts question is going to be it's unlikely that we would hear anything like birdsong from especially large body dinosaurs. This is Julia Clarke from the university of Austin, Texas. She studies how dinosaurs might have sounded they would not be inferred to have this what I'm calling Mercedes-Benz of vocal organs that we see in songbirds today. So they're vocalisations might be simpler and more like something that's a close cousin to dinosaurs. Like a crocodilian. Those sounds. We just listen to.

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"north england" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"north england" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Playing the head of the Ku Klux Klan, I really like to star is born a fucking love stars boring. That was good. We're listening to the soundtrack yesterday. I made them listen to it. It's so good. The new Halloween was fucking awesome. I heard that was good. Also, I'm big nerd, I loved the vendors movie. So then Finnigan that was to opinion right now. Don't do this. I'm done. I'm out I'm done with superhero movies on you. I'm out on the DC. It happened at the last vendors. Okay. It was I never even saw it because I could care fucking nice end. It's about rings that control the power in the universe. Like. Yeah. What about like Lord of the rings yet? But the Lord of the rings. Oh, you're you're clocking eighteen movie expanded your hopping on your high horse. Cinematic storytelling of Lord of the rings isn't better than marvel universe. I'll I'll fight you over that. Okay. Well, Oregon is the true king of all right? King of the north the north like most LA north north England is liberal. Yes. Martin the north the north. So it was Manchester United there in the north. Oh. Oh, good. All right. So should we are talking about some games are any music amount? You like I. I I've been on the super old country kick. Okay. Merle a lot of that is junior doesn't it? I've heard of him Willie. I've been heard of him. I've been listening to fogging Adam Jackson Davidenko. So I've been listening to like twangy fucking country. Fucking hick. Yeah. He doesn't look. Look like C minus version of Davison and that guy's already ugly. So I yeah, I looked deep. Yeah. I'm I'm Nate plus me. I really liked music wise, push a t obviously, I've Leary mentioned a pastor. But Daytona that seven track album perfect T are wack. She's from Philly. She released an album knows fifteen songs, and they're all one minute long. So it's a fifty minute album fucking phenomenal. She's grey. I really like Paul Williams surf music that was good turn style. That's a hardcore band came out the good album this year, the kind of remind me of what's it called the beastie, boys. They there's like, I don't know. The really listen in the years, but they came out really good album. Go back. They. Oh, was it. Good. It's really fucking great. It takes you back. Does you guys still married ever Levin? I remember this breaks, my heart. Every time. I hear that. I've I remember I found that out when I was like eighteen understand. Why it hurt me? The way it hurt me way. More. Now it hurts every year like after. Holy shit. Smart brain. Yeah. That was like some twenty eighteen highlights are things we really liked didn't like, what's your least favorite moment of the twenty eighteen year in soccer in soccer, the racism. There was so much racism this year and soccer what the fuck. I I just like I don't understand from monkey chance to bananas being thrown. It's just ridiculous. I think like I always think we're getting better. But like, then I see humanity and give gimme another reason to think like, no, we're not getting better. Like, these keep giving me reason. Like, it's like, you're fucking son. And you keep being you keep going back to rehab. I have to keep sending you. You know, it's just the fucking disease racism is the disease and needs to be fucking. What's it called eliminated that way better too? That in terms of world soccer that really bummed me out. I very disappointed in the award system this year as well..

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"north england" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"north england" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Now, we still have set a statistic, sir. How now now now there's a murderer. There's a fucking my whole thing was you know, what you forty three almost at that time. Maybe forty two whatever you and. Forties. You got kids. You know, you wanna handle it? But you could handle it a which is going to be more problems or you can handle it be in. Call your Jewish friends at Steinbach Goldstein. Jewish Jewish way of hunting fighter. And so how did how did they? This story end it. It's all good now is a fucked up when I don't talk to Corey no more from what I heard zoo apologized on Twitter at school. But he never reached out to me. But it sounds like it's squash squashed in that sense. But you know, I you live, and you learn, you know, what I'm saying isn't that an aspect of there's an aspect of white culture is an aspect of black culture that that like show so certain redneck culture like if you there certain parts of West Virginia where they will solve their problems violently quickly. And it's a fierce on our culture. It's been a lot written about this, Malcolm. Mcdowell wrote about this black scholar Thomas solo rides about this that there is an honor culture. There's a subset of the black population. It says the white population the afghanis- the different cultures where honor and when you fuck and push somebody when you do something there are boundaries as a man and your job is to retaliate. Did you ever hear that incredible incredible thing they did with like white dudes from the south and white dudes from the north ever hear this experiment? So they said you gotta go down the hall and take a test. So the white dude from north walk down, and they had a guy they planted a big dude there who would bump them and go watch yourself asshole. And keep walking. And then when they got to the test. So when they did that to the white dude from the north, and they did that to the white dude from the south when they got sat down and take their tests. They actually took a swab of their spit to see whether cortisol levels were where the testosterone levels the white dudes their cortisol levels from the white deuce from the north their cortisol levels stayed the same. They were like guy's an asshole. What are you gonna do? White do from the south because what you were talking about was honor. Okay. They're caught us all levels were fucking through the roof and all the other hormones and they wanted to fight with the north more educated. It's not about education. It was more about the fact that when you are raised from the south if you're from Louisiana, if you're from Alabama, that's how the fucker pushes you. You fight back. You don't it's not you. You cannot your honor depends on the fact that you're going to stand and fight or stand your ground, and that's a famous experiment. So and that that that exists in certain subsidy black culture that you do that to Chennai or an Afghani. If you see that's why honor killings. That's why they get into these feuds that Hatfield mccoys his from the Appalachian trail all came from a certain part of Curtis in north England. You do that shit two guys from Tony Tony's from Tony Jeffries. You fucking do That that. up in northern England. And you you insult somebody the center span of fight it depends because Tony's from. Then he grew up like that. But Tony's financially set. Now, you bump into Tony now. You you mature I grew up we settled things same way. We'd right that certain point. Yeah. Fight. But there, but there are they have made a lot size about how culture certain cultures fight faster than Shane. Here's here's the part. That's really hard to swallow is ultimately when you asked me, so how did it end? I really took L on all levels because at the end of the day, your, no, no, no, no do broke the law when he put his hands on me. Yeah. Salt and the lawsuit. Nobody got sued the lawyers ultimately ended up telling me to pursue it..

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"north england" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"north england" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"And I a whole cascade of events, whatever I had freshmen end up at the end of depression from the beginning of personal thinking, son was known living. What helped me collecting that? The question was when someone points that the fact that I really took like someone choose on who has that particular. Edition and I should get my commission tested because I might have that condition. I took someone on. I did. I do. I did get my commission visit. Never got the Canadians. Make it feel like the English just tell it like it is man. I was once on an Air Canada, and I had put my bag above me and then the fasten seat belt sign came on, and I realized that I had left my headphones in my bag and I stood up and unbuckled my seatbelt. This plane wasn't moving or anything. It was sitting on the runway and I opened up the thing and the flight attendant came up to me and went. Thank you, sir. Thank you. And I was like, you're you're, you're welcome. And then she was like, sir, thank you. And I was like, yeah, no, sweat, like, yeah, she's like, sir. Thank you. I was like, no problem. I don't know what I'm doing, but I'm really glad it's working for you. And then I realized, oh, in Canada. Thank you means, fuck you. That's what I realized. That's what I really. We're getting some very fun reactions to your this whole idea about like how the the English propensity for polite revealed some seventy. There's a lot of reactions that I'm getting a kick out of Katie said the English don't much like England either. That was a good reaction that I thought it didn't quite understand. Someone said, said, I assume in a London audience, the majority of us are not English. Anyway. I don't know if that's. I don't know what this reference means, but I have a feeling the crowds reaction will reveal that to be Laura said she hasn't been out in Newcastle. No, I know our shoot site. Yeah, nor should right. I should say the north England is a place that I can actually function big buffer because therapy. Took him. I'm going to have to date about Catholic to this Sean, put one that makes heart happy. I believe he's referring to an American trying to get the French and English fight on a fight guest. Sean simply said, this is perfect for somebody from Ireland, which I enjoy that reaction as well. He points out. It's. Points in. It's like in New York went. Hello. Does not mean Hello? It means move, which is very true with a New Yorkers ever like how long that means. Get the fuck out of my way before I push you down this escalator, that leads. Someone I. Go for it. Yeah. I was just say, I need to say that the Renault I'm not saying that the English it wrong, or they should not like the country. Whenever I'm just saying it doesn't work for me, but he works beautifully for the English and the people she can get that. That means your social couth because it's a very peaceful to thank you to live in credit the piece. Yeah, it's beautiful. But this makes me assume that because. Slovenians are like the most direct route people in the world. I, it's just doing the math, although, who knows I will now get angry tweets from Slovenia. I do. I will say that Martin just gave a reaction that made me laugh quite hard. Let's lighten this up and talk about Brexit. That's. As we have this, Ted spoke of a caller calling, a live show in England to criticize the. I just lighten it up. Talk about Brexit. We have about nine minutes, nine minutes. Okay. Yeah. So, yeah. I did staining very long, then I knew very fun. I've got a very fun this spring than it's just and say the relationship that was really nice started. Nice was nice on longer. I'm fun stuff for the end of it. You like, okay, so we're not really made furniture for life. My My journey. journey to keep to keep on our show, but other. That's beautiful to realize realize I can. I can go. It's funny. I know exactly what you mean though. 'cause I tell you when I did, I did a show called Kerr Sousa, and I did a run of it in London, and it put me in my head and one of the things that put me I was I was practicing it for HBO and that had not been. Made clear to the theater..

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"north england" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"north england" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"I was on my way into belgium i was not i just wanna stop yom is eating the fuck out of some sue so she think i was trying to blast on her live and i wasn't but then now she called me out so i had to do it so boom shut up to my lawyer marcy marcia you're supposed to be coming hit record an episode i don't know why are you watching me when you need to be over here recording episode i love how the in as a way too sophisticated for this shenanigans that we gotta go let me just say this we may have to give us a run for their money 'cause you may have to come back for a while i love the energy with you and i is this very violent it does but i'm trying to be nice because we have a guest here who doesn't know you try to be nice with no damn guests before i was always the nicest one they don't listen to every episode tena always the nicer one when we had i was never disrespectful never i never totally guest to shut the fuck no but you have you have deep undercover shave girl the true i do but it's friendly people don't even realize how many to get all the time shit that's paragraphs in what i was saying i was like bitch which you say did you say so also so you gotta listen to you head phones listen chloe's type of bitch you go home in the shower and you'd be lathering up and you'd be like did this bitch like british people say some shit today's i like to know what it so you are from canada in case so what was that was that a transformation of like how to do with like posh races oh god i had no idea what was going on for like the first two years that i lived there but british people will unless you like from like south london or like north england they don't really get in your face with the shade it'd be like oh well outfit is choice that type of thing yeah so it's always like the in between the lines you gotta read between those lines i still miss cues all the time how long have you been there seven years awhile back i'm actually gonna problem move here for two twenty twenty twenty let's see who's the president i before i know well you know i'm kind of trying to wait it out i'm not lying yeah i don't blame me brooklyn fu point said nah yama salons and chloe is j let me tell you something oh just to be salons and that dynamic is great 'cause i love some things she's like halley back elevator but i don't know you might wanna be jj making no but she's talking about you beat me up salons beat up daisy in elevators no salon had a very intense conversation line kick through got his chance it was good like a damn zombie that's how you know 'cause now basically well this is the them nobody wants about those kids in that way no let me just let me close we don't need to be doing shit to the kids trust me we gotta talk about malaga's jacket album but i mean we get an avenue but i'm telling you right now the reality is win i've said this maceda's mclovin up with this and i've said this again portu low level to medium level to maybe even a lower upper level whites everybody person are the reason why things don't get better because they're place sinc in being content with bullshit god bless you is the reason why shit is fucking happening and they don't even understand that they are being calmed they being load and calm than the oh your life is better the your life is better than these niggers over here they're coming for you your life is let me tell you something you don't want black people around by we out we out our so we'll con no.

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"north england" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"north england" Discussed on In Our Time

"And a payments celtic monk survey sixth and seventh centuries doesn't seem face you much in the in these stories i think hardly nothing like you have some sort of say and they baptized him at the baptism and that time but it isn't it isn't a pagan world i mean unless you're unless you're god i keep saying between me and god don't do but again you've gotta believe me i swear on my oath keeps between it's not particularly religious i think unless your garden goddess hunting in these texts which unfortunately people do then not really pagan it's clear that some of them are in non norman societies particularly the pet kind but it was a society that you know later people would recognize the oth orientales i mean author if he existed is certainly set in a christian context up north england cumberland so people say so people say so you get you get that it's not as if it's intrusive and you don't get the sense that the monks were trying to christian is these tales assuming they were monkfish office at wrote them and again that's a big big assumption whoever the authors were they don't seem to have had a religious agenda i think what comes across these tales is the importance of what we would call civic society the court society honor is very important but honor is not quite the same as the christian morality the selvik morality owen can you tell us let's 'cause wrote unrein give the listeners a portrait aubrianna she is the one of the stars of the first of the four branches and she is the woman from the other world who marries pool the the prince of divert in south wales so pool first meets our sees her riding on a white horse and he tries to catch up with her but however fast he rides even though she looks associes ambling along on the horse however fast he writes he can't catch up with her so there's clearly something magical abacha from the beginning she's also someone who effectively chooses her own husband because.

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"north england" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"north england" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"What a negative assessment there from chris who will more although i can't help believe account help agree with him but most likely speaking there to monaco's ah andrew tuck at fifty one minutes past the hour we finish phase globalist by talking about a new radio project here in london collecting the voices of housing block ra residents in the north of the city recording their thoughts and feelings bashed london and its future for posterity or osmond hack is the founding partner of umbrella him a partner in the project he joined mnlf in on this weekend's sunday brunch so this project is it's called voice over and what we basically did as we've created a kind of a network of radio's to go into people's homes and they only connect to each other so when you speak in one then the voice comes out of the other ones and so you could almost think of it as a sort of audio version of twitter but quite a private network just for the people that live in one place or that are part of the project how did this particular that it was first done up in east dharam we were actually invited to work on a project in east arm which is a north england former coalmining territory and the project actually came about through a two year series of workshops and so of experiments with the local residents up there where the theme of voice quite quickly emerged this question of people's voices were the spectre each other voices respect to their own relationship to bigger cities around the uk and what we ended up basically doing was connecting together two different public spaces in this area coal lease term wear the things that you said in one location would jump through the network and basically appear on these radio boxes basically in in your living room is surprise if you're actually sitting that enemy he a cup of tea and suddenly tell us as talking to you about whether hopes and face with here that's right i mean it was really about enabling people to listen as much as it was to speak to each other if you say to me and it be.

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"north england" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"north england" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"One then the voice comes out of the other ones and so you could almost think of it as a sort of audio version of twitter but quite a private network just for the people that live in one place or that are part of the project why did this provided this particular that it was first done up in east dharam we were actually invited to work on a project in east arm which is a north england former coal mining territory and the project actually came about through a two year series of workshops and sort of experiments with the local residents up there where the theme of voice quite quickly emerged this question of people's voices with respect to each other voices respect to their own relationship to bigger cities around the u k and um what we ended up basically doing was connecting together two different public spaces in this area lease term wear the things that you said in one location would jump through the network and basically appear on these radio boxes basically in in your living room a surprise if you're actually sitting there and enemy making a cup of tea and suddenly tell us talking to you about whether hopes and fears for their city that's right i mean it was really about enabling people to listen as much as it was to speak to each other you say to me and it became almost an excuse for neighbors who'd never spoken before to start a conversation and kind of listen to each other's perspective so he's then move the extent of injury park in north london interrupt into a tableau why did he decides to go there and how did you go about choosing the people who would take part in this project so i so when we decide to bring to london we are actually commissioned by the museum of london through this program which was all about look.

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"north england" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"north england" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

"We know the wrong principles and you can slip into being very extra nes a crowd than intrinsic in our values and and that's my worry about some activism is that it can be activism can be very on loving and it can be shading and it can be always against them and i think that's the consent of a lot of people that i meet that 'cause i tried desperately to engage people to arrive at band tell activists still very nervous of activism and don't think it's for them on china's silopi might stigma activism has vowed angry aggressive you know divisive but it doesn't actually to be more effective as activists we should be kind thoughtful see ourselves in this complex makes compromise sometimes when we have to but stick to your core values of low of equality we know and then and build it from there that's really good on my gosh i just i'm i'm lava blurted this week that was my little windings in that reminded me of a question a little bit you know you grew up in an environment where you grew up in a family where you are all activists you now live in a community full of other people who are activists but also feel like there's this whole group of people in the world who are not activists and they don't they don't engage in the issues that they care about what do you think that it is that stops people from taking action why isn't everyone an activist oh it's a big one i mean the same many reasons that i can't speak for everyone i mean i so i agree open allowing kamari at in liverpool in north england in the 80s so we had a such a government and we had a very corrupt local council and we anywhere activists because not we had to because she can choose not to but it was on our doorstep semi dad stole the local the care that so what kalyanam eric.

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"north england" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"north england" Discussed on This Week In Google

"It's time for tweet this we could all i'm excited about this show jeff jarvis's your he's at mit media lab kevin marks is visiting us from somewhere north england at all the way from the united states digital's service acting administrator matt cuts discussed the latest news from google facebook and us government it's all next a twig net gas you love from people you trust this is tweets bandwidth for this week a google is provided by cash fly c a c h e f l y dot com this is twig episode four hundred sixty recorded wednesday august second seven deep mr nutter butter has a message for you this week a google is brought to you by cloud flare more than six million websites apps ap eyes and sas companies use cloud flare services to weather whatever the internet throws up for a free online chat session we would apply first brilliant support engineers visit cloud flare dot com slash twit it's time for drake this weekend who shall we cover the latest news from in the google verse employed we have a panel today stacy higginbotham still has the week off a big may be jeff drivers we chased her way jeff jarvis's here but he's not is now is not as hey okay you not me i mean me not you it was me jeff is that the mit media lab what are you doing there i'm seeing the debroy of their mighty and twitter tomorrow for a news integrity initiative business and so it came in early so to the show so i i scheduled flight you to hear the story now i scheduled flights walking land one o'clock nice and easy right get over here check of the hotel get over here due the show is why didn't take the train ided everything yuck stutter storms in newark then we get up to finally get up in the air thunderstorms over boston i'm i'm guy by the uae five once it works so i can email carsten say i don't know vote a bigger other little bigger than i get a cabby who had no idea where he was going so i'm dashing down the street.

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