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Fresh update on "nottingham" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:36 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nottingham" discussed on ESPN FC

"If somebody says that they want to leave, what they're leaving is one of the best clubs and teams in the world with the greatest ambition is on any team on Planet Earth. So when those people say they want to leave, it must be quite significant that they want to do that. And in fairness to them, like, you know, if somebody says one of you if you'd rather have a happy group of players as opposed to 99% happy and one or two not happy because that sort of unhappiness can be the reason why you don't end up winning the league because when it comes down to there being one point difference, maybe that one point came when somebody didn't run back as much as they should have done because there's some level of sadness within them. So the final purely chooses anti Arabic to start up front for Milan and is proven right as the Croatians scored twice against Eugene. Yeah, I think it was good rubbish so he started because you were not completely fully charged the young bedroom striker that they designed from blue who's the big big transfer signing was on the bench and obviously he writes is injured Rafael is more of a white player so rabbit took his chance well. There's two goals. They fell behind and you didn't even distant him to be fair. But I like the way Milan responded going one go down, even when you didn't come back to Tutu, I think they'd never panicked. They're looking good. It's going to be, as we said, we've done Don Hutchinson in the last show. Such an open league in Serie A thing with Inter Milan and Juventus and Napoleon Roma and Milan for them to return the title. That it would be quite fascinating to follow. Yeah, I think so. They were good just today. It was only time, but they played some good stuff on your tummy. All of that was really interesting. So I think it's going to be a good season in Syria. And I think Milan started it slightly well. 23 years after the last season in the Premier League Nottingham Forest are back at home in style with the first win of the season against West Ham. Ned, were you impressed? I sound like the really negative guy. I wasn't that impressed to be honest now, but I think the way they played. Like I've seen how they've played because I've seen him in the championship I've played against him in the championship. I've seen that manager before he's a good manager. He's a good coach. And I see how they're going to try and do it. But then also saw West Ham and I thought west I'm overall with boy yesterday. So I wouldn't necessarily want to get too excited about it, but it's good to see them back in there. But just because you're a big historic club doesn't necessarily give you the right to be there and to stay up as we see because the thing up until last year, they haven't been that close in the grand scheme of things and coming back. So there were players on their team who would arrive at the club and wouldn't feel the same amount and asking for us to say we would do talking about find how we don't so live. And all that stuff. But fair play to forget the first win, the goal was exactly the best finish I've ever seen, but still I thought it probably when it just hits you in goes in. Yeah, because it's just like, oh, it's fantastic. And I think if they've got a very, very passionate crowd, go into this going to their stadiums of very, very tough place to go. So I think as long as the players can give the fans something to get behind, then yeah, I think they'll be all right, but if that starts to go, then before you know it, I think the realities of the Premier League might hit them because, you know, at the end of the day, they are still one of the favorites to go down even though they have that rich history. So Barcelona, and this is even with love and dusky are taken. Could not score against rayo Faye khanal for the first game of the season, Jules, what was lacking? It's a good question. Nate, because they had, I think, 26 shots and 7 or 9 on target, expected goals, way above. Web of zero. And yet, there's just, I think that either we live on the ski with a few headers, good shot, which is going wide. Maybe sharpness in front of gold, the LastPass was not always the best. The other love the ball, as you would expect. But maybe not so surprisingly, considered too huge chances, maybe the best two chances in the game, but from where your value can. And Cabello on the counter, where they could easily have scored. So I thought it was a little bit worrying to see basa, leaving so much space on the counter for the opposition, and yet themselves not being able to see the opportunities that they had with them ballet with rafinha. Is it going to be a part of the rafinha place on the left hand? It depends on the right and then Billy on the left, but both of them really are the best on the right hand side. And you can't play them both on the right. So one of them and we love to sort of sacrifice himself to go on the other side. So to go on the other side, when he's not as good. Lewandowski, you could tell wanted to do well. But I should have scored Alice one. So it'd be interesting. Who scores more this year? Ben Simon. Kareem, the dream. I mean, that's not even a question. And who's Benzema? So one is 35. One is 33. Talent to try and 34 and 34 bad thing, Kareem is 35 in December and live on the skis only 35, maybe something like that. Okay, so you're going for Korea.

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"nottingham" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

03:47 min | 5 d ago

"nottingham" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"We've got to say, promotion is a thing of wonder, but my God, for a CEO, within a day, you certainly looking at like $220 million that you'll receive for the feet. And a giant challenge that lies ahead, playing against enormous clubs whose electrical bills for the club's shopper as big as forest wage bill. And you know, you're going to get 6 points donated by Everton, but you'll have to somehow master the other 34 you need to survive elsewhere. Can you describe how little times you have to pivot from glory to oh crap? We've got to deal with this challenge and start to make forest Premier League ready. It's a way shorter runway than you think. About 12 hours of celebration and then reality hits. When you get that initial email from the Premier League that says you have to do X, Y, and Z the infrastructure of the stadium has to completely change. You have to bring on two X staff in their liabilities out the door are enormous and you think, well, I haven't even picked up a phone to a club to talk about a player that we want to bring in. You have to get the squad in a place where they can compete week in week out. You try to bring back the core of your team and that you had the season previously, there is a mountain of work involved in getting into the Premier League and it's especially difficult. If you're a Norwich and not to throw any dirt on Norwich, but if you're able to bounce back and forth and you know what's coming, that's one thing. But if you haven't been in the Premier League for 23 years and the Premier League as an entity has completely changed, yeah, it's a monumental task. And it's been honestly since 12 hours after we won the final nonstop to get us prepared. A couple of massive arrivals, you spent a club record 22 and a half $1 million on Nigerian striker te we were woni from union Berlin and one enormous arrival. Jesse Lingard, who arrived in July on the wage that gets bigger every time it's reported by the English tabloids, but it's going to be near the top of the forest locker room wage structure and we love Jesse Lingard on this show. And my story is on a stage is courage, but you're a data gentleman. Can you tell us about your decision to go all in on the player who really is not taking the field too much over the past few seasons? Yeah, I think by the time Jesse's rumored wage stops being bandied about an English journalism, he's going to be up there with Bezos. It's fun to watch, but the truth is never there. The Jesse Lingard acquisition was an easy one from a sporting standpoint. He was free, didn't have to pay a transfer fee. He had a desire to come to Nottingham Forest. He's an exceptional player. He has Premier League pedigree. And there were two elements that he wanted to be close to his family and Manchester, which for a young man of his status is extremely important to hear because there's a priority as an athlete. To do your job because to your family, do what is necessary to be successful. And he also wants to be in the World Cup coming up. And when you have those motivations from a kid who's not another pound and has had a very successful career and is beloved by thousands, if not millions of people, to say my motivations are to have a successful season with not in forest, be close to my family and get myself in the World Cup. Okay, three boxes tick. Let's do what it takes to get him here. And it's really pushed the team forward. He's a great individual. A good person, very good player. And I think he's going to help us tremendously. Dane, we're on seasons eve and I do know Americans will be tuning in to watch and revel in your wonder listeners. Please get to a game at Nottingham Forest

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Fresh update on "nottingham" discussed on VSiN Best Bets

VSiN Best Bets

00:36 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nottingham" discussed on VSiN Best Bets

"This is an extensive list and a lot of stuff to recap, over start 8 zero and finished going into yesterday 13 and three, but they finished 14 and three with the raider game going over. Nottingham Forest three to one. They beat West Ham one nil. Brentford plus three 50 drug the man united, four nil. Two horrible goals allowed early. By man U that's their first win against Manchester United since 19 38, they're in last place that's at the box. Can you believe that? Since 1938, I almost fell off my chair when I saw that come across via you're right. That's too nil early and it just ugly and it's just people are laughing at menu, right? You could have had the first goal. And then the second one was on the pitch. Southampton leads draw plus two 60. The leads blew a two zero lead late. Brighton, Newcastle dropped. Neil Neil, nil nil detector was out in full force. Probably almost ten to one. Rob was plus two 30 also Wolverhampton and Fulham. How about Harry Kane with the buzzer? That was enormous, right? And how about the handshake? It was like more tar bot too. What are you doing? Let go of my hand. You would not let him go. That was awesome. They're pulling hair. That was feisty. Saturday, the nationals plus two 85. Padres blow a three nothing lead. That's a bad loss. Fan lost by the Padres. Dodgers, as I mentioned, 71 of the 79 wins on the run line, 43 of 47 since late May to the UFC. It happened again to start the card, blackshear, zella, draw, 80 to one to start. Like to put that in your pocket. Right away to start the card. That's a monster. Now I'm by knockout 5 to one. To win in round one, ten to one. Merch shark. Every time we don't have Lou one he crushes it.

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"nottingham" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

05:57 min | 5 d ago

"nottingham" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Guest today is one of the most Intrepid Americans in world football a 36 year old gen who's made an incredible leap into the unknown. Embarking on an adventure. It's been like a journey through an enchanted forest for MLS player to the front offices of the English championship CEO and that sleeping giant of English football Nottingham Forest, who in partnership with a bold young coach in a delirious fan base. He was able to resurrect and lead back to the Premier League promised land. After 2020 long years, out at the top flight, Nottingham Forest, the back. And on the eve of their first top flight season, in over two decades, it is a true joy to welcome the greatest Dane since Kierkegaard. Yes, it's not a forest CEO. Live from his office, the one and only mister Dane Murphy. What an intro. How are we doing, roger? It feels like a work of fiction that intro day. Does it to you? It's incredible. That was pretty much stuck on the pond of the enchanted forest. We work hard. We work hard, but Dana why I go back all the way to the beginning, you were raised in Redding Connecticut. Something of an exploding soccer hotbed in the 80s and 90s. You've said that your father fell in love with the sport while working in the oil industry with people from all over the world. I think he was an A.C. Milan supporter, pushed you towards the sport, but growing up in 1990s Connecticut, what was football to you because am I correct? Your first love was actually basketball. That's right, basketball was the first love, and that's what most of my friends and I played. But reading is a very small town in Connecticut, but we had a pretty strong soccer club and the local high school was very good. It wasn't the prettiest thing on earth, but they were very successful. It's my little bit of background. My father played American football, and he was all jacked up, shoulders back, knees, had nothing left. He pushed us all into soccer because he realized, yeah, basketball is great and tracks great, but if you really want to make a wave, maybe soccer is more the profile. Smart move on his part. Plastics is the future. Exactly. My sister is the first one to jump in the sport and then my brother and I was the youngest tagging along and fell in love with it. It may have been your sister who was the pioneer, but the football thing worked out pretty well for you too. You had a solid proof playing career four years at UVA, wahoo. Very full signing with D.C. you know he did stint at osnabruck in Germany and three years with New York cosmos for those who were never blessed to see you play. Aside from the fact that back then, you look like Machine Gun Kelly and cleats. How would you describe Dave Murphy as a player? Was a runner ran around a lot. It was very good at kicking people. I did my job as a 6 filler. I played simply, and when I could hit someone I would. As lalas used to advise a generation of American youths kick hard. You actually retire quite early earlier than you had to, I think the age 28 and you moved into front office work immediately. You've said you always knew you wanted to stay involved in football after your retirement and a lot of people in your position would have gone right into the coaching side, but you told me that you knew you wouldn't have the temperament for that because you play was really built on an anger that had no emotional eye. I came to a point in my life where I realized, okay, the sport is not going to be the end all be all. I'm not going to retire and move to some island. And have made enough money. And I love the game. I still love the game. I always will, but the love to play wasn't there, to travel to Indianapolis, Antonio, and each weekend not seeing family and friends and missing things. I didn't have the temperament. I still don't have the temperament to coach. How would you describe that temperament? Well, as an Irish Catholic and putting it politically correct, I have a short fuse. It really worked on the field for a long time, allowed me to continue to play the game as long as I could and even maybe longer than some might have with my skill set. But I also knew there were some areas of life afterward where. In my temperament, my emotional decision making probably needed to be boxed off and channeled somewhere else. And it was geo saver easy. Now manager of Portland then your head coach of the cosmos who gave you a chance on the technical side, you were head scout for the cosmos before you moved to real Salt Lake in 2017. First as head scout, then as technical director. And I know from talking to you that my God, you hustled as a scout. It's really a traveling salesman of a life on the road. Everyone a football's most thankless tasks and you also realize quickly, however much fun it was as a 20 something you looked at the elder statesman in the role of 50 and 60 year old lifers and you realize that wasn't for you. I'm indebted to the fact that I was able to have that role because I wouldn't be here without it. It taught me a lot. It was very fun at the time in the beginning because I was at an age where you can travel and you can have fun and you watch football and it's really not a bad life. But after a while, you look around and you say, okay, you had two goals, which one was to be a player and the other was to be a GM, a technical director, sporting director. Is being a scout for a long time sustainable in the market that you want to get into probably not. So I tried to make as many inroads as quickly as I could. Network, meet people, show how good my work could be in a way that would allow me to climb. I know some people think, you know, scouting is this glorious role where you get to go watch games. When you're really into it and you're trying to make a mark, think about how many people around the world are watching the same players. It's very difficult. As you said, it can be thankless at times. So if you're able to make an impact and improve the team that you're working for, they're called that you're working for or clubs,

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"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Mike gold junior as the Los Angeles look around the locker room. If you like X's nose, analytics and probably too much dog talk. Money is a dog. Then give it a listen wherever you get your podcasts. Then winners overshot us. I'm sure we will. Am I on it? I'm sure we will cover that on the next edition of football America. Am I on? We are on Monday, 8 30 p.m. Eastern Time, 5 30 Pacific. Do you think you can find some time for us in there? Yeah. Oh, I thought you were going to say you have stuff to do. I may have you may have, okay, all right. I'm busy at that time with what? You don't know, but you will be. All right, that does it for this edition of ESPN SEL that there's one small matter. We still have to tend to that of course, my favorite part of the show, extra time, stay with us. It starts in just a few seconds. Hey everybody, welcome to this edition of ESPN FC's extra time. Craig and Seb in the studio with you, buy me some time here while I search. Well, I was just going to get a cup of tea and said a few seconds. So you're looking for the questions. It was literally on the last one under all the other pieces of I remember the days it used to come in here and you remind with the most up to date technology and laptops and I know you used to call me laptop Larry. And now reduce yourself to chopping down trees. Yes. Yeah, 'cause you can see me and my grizzly self out there chopping down trees. We're not the only two here. Of course, as you just saw there, gav Martin. And a chuckling shot of his laval. So any chance at any point in the.

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"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Gotta rebuild, right? I mean, that's the point. Well, last on our list. Take me Van Dyke and DR so you can go in one basket. Get me a Rudy go and you can go came over from Crystal Palace in 2019 for a pretty hefty fee as it convinced you? No, it hasn't. And I think you'll go somewhere else eventually and have a good career. Not that he hasn't have a good career having made that move. I think to be the modern fill back and an elite level juggernaut of a club man united. You need to have a little bit of everything and I don't think he's got enough going forward to complement his defensive strengths. In the old days when you were a fullback and you had a winged in frontier and they went and did their business and they beat defenders and you dead years, one bicycle for me would be perfect. And the modern game and the game has changed back is so much more. And I just feel the final thud attacking ways of his game lets him down. And I think that's been a real head scratcher for man united as well. Who I think saw that and his game and thought they could improve it. And maybe it has slightly, but in my opinion it hasn't improved enough. So very fast, good defender, but hasn't got enough quality elite level and the final thought and I think that's so far from me is holding him back. Shaq, what do you think of what Craig says? Is it the attacking third, the final ball that's really missing from one of the soccer's game? Without question. Listen, rhambo saka is not a great defender, but then you can see that about a lot of right backs. And today's game on a year's gone by. When I think of one basic, I think of the rule that Trent Alexander Arnold, please, please with Liverpool. Again, not great defensively, but he gives you so much attacking food and a bigger picture at a higher level. Danielle's who himself got himself back and back in the headlines for for Barcelona. Not great defensively, but so good in the attacking food that you simply could not do without him. Not great defensively, but doesn't give you enough to compensate. So again, he's on the scratch list for me. All right, so for those keeping track at home, Paul Pogba, gone, Juan bassa gone. Harry Maguire was a split, Cristiano Ronaldo gone, the only one you guys agreed upon to keep. Marcus Rashford. Don't you find the big? Oh, well, he didn't make the list. So if you can imagine where he might be in the discussion, I think Shaka's reaction tells you all you need to know. So Ralph radnik, you're looking for a rebuild?.

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"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:08 min | 7 months ago

"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"He is obviously a key part of this team but to get to that next level. He really one of the world's best center backs. He was the most expensive. I would be honest here. I'm actually gonna say at the moment. Unless you can go out and get me roger Van Dyke and all these other Santa bikes, I'm gonna say stay and I tell you why, I think there's a player in there. You have seen it before, he's taken England to help technically get to the same frame of a World Cup and a finals of a Euros. He's made this big money move, mindset, but after united were willing to pay the money from SETI will not. There's a frustration recent scenarios on and off the field at painting this guy and a poor light and I think he actually is. I think he's a better defender than we've seen in recent months. And there's a better player in there, but he needs to get his head out his backside. Basically. And squared himself up. If he doesn't do it, it will be cast to say. But I do, why would I not think he's the greatest defender out there in the world? I'm not putting them in there with Van Dyck and DS and others. I think he's a good defender. But I think he's having a per time. That's how I would assess Harry Maguire. United fans will be showing rubbish is absolutely hopeless. It's not hopeless. But it's not having a good time. That's for sure. Shaka, where do you come down on Harry Maguire building piece for united? No. I let him go. To Craig's point is not having a good time. I don't think he's had a good time since he arrived at Old Trafford. He's played well for England. He's certainly Annie was stand out for Leicester, but sometimes, again, international football can feel like a different game. And different players handle handle that. That limelight of being at the club like Manchester United differently. I don't think he's handling it well. I again have no hesitation and letting go of Harry Maguire. Yeah, I know hesitation in letting them go. But. Have we let everybody go? We.

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"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Got it. 500. I mean, I'll peel. Next on our list, Cristiano Ronaldo, who, of course, will be 37 Craig in February. So what are we talking here about? Well yeah, he's got another do you bring him back? Do you bring him back? I guess he's got another year on the contract. So beyond that. No, no. Beyond his contract, no. He's not. What about for even the second season of his contract? 'cause I think the point here with rinaldo is if you have him, you can kind of only play a certain way. And with no idea what that way is going to be anyway. Well it's definitely not what you want to do. Well, we don't know if Randy has gone in with a long term coach who it's going to be what the structure is going to be. But Ronaldo has had the most sterile in Korea, but he's not the future. He's a stop gap at the moment and there hunt for goals amongst other stuff. So no, not any longer than it has to be. Shaka, you agree? I do. For footballing tombs, I do not keep Ronaldo because of his age as you touched on. I think the big complaint might be concerned around Manchester United and I just simply a lack of leaders and a lack of players who will step up to make others accountable. Back in all day, it was Roy Keane who was the Peter Schmeichel later on it was the mania village. Others like that, I just don't feel there's that personality right now in this united address room outside of christiano Ronaldo. So maybe you keep him for that to make others accountable. But as peeing in whatever, it is all no, for that I don't think so. All right, so two for two. It's a rebuilt but we haven't kept anybody. Let's move to Marcus rash.

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"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The perfect transition, Todd. I'm actually fell behind against mork. But managed to come back goals from Harry winks and then substitutes Lucas Mora and Harry Kane the difference as spurs advance to the fourth round three one. A ten year double, there you see him in the starting 11. Apparently got some abuse from the spurs fan, of course the club record signing Antonio Conte didn't really give him a whole lot of support after the game said, hey, when you're playing bad defense are gonna react. Yeah? What did you do? Well, maybe not. He supported guys. Now what you want from your manager? Well, I mean, unfortunately you can't tell the funds what to do and the funds will react. He's not had much game time since content was there and has been talking about and trying to get him out. And that's when our colleague Julian Laurens has talked about quite a lot on the show. Clearly is a very talented guy, but he's got a very it's almost a languid lazy style at times and when that can be perceived by some to be lazy, I'm not suggesting he is, but he's got that kind of style that looks that way. And maybe defines have just made the mind up that yeah, this guy is a talented player, but quite frankly, he doesn't want to be here. And maybe that's their perception of them. I don't know. It certainly feels to me that if I Antonio Conte can get them out, then he will, but you get a feeling with a dombey that will pop up somewhere else. And we'll see the good side of him. Really? Why? Because he has a talented player. He's got all the assets you need. These baggies perfectly strong. He's got a great touch. It's got good balance. Just at the moment for whatever reason, we're not seeing it. Maybe he's throwing a towel and it's hot and he's ready for a move. I don't know. Spurs that into the fourth round where they'll draw bright and Liverpool winners as well on Sunday for one over Shrewsbury..

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"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"nottingham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Mikhail Arteta. I was actually short a little bit of I wasn't as impartial as I normally are. Why is that? Because I've got a home in Nottingham and my son as a season ticket holder. Because he had the game. My son and my grandson were at the game. And so nothing against arsenal, but it was a great evening as it was in Nottingham for not in forest, as I say. There have been 20 odd years out of the Premier League, but club historically. And arsenal had been in fantastic form recently, made some changes, but it was still a strong side and really didn't tell no. Had lots of the ball didn't create much forest defended well and then scored that great goal so a little bit of a back to getting the feet on the ground from Mikhail Arteta's point of view. But you don't turn up in a cup like you say is that on the players? Or is that an Arteta? Oh, I think everybody really and maybe there's always an element of let's just go out here and put the strip on, forest and a championship side. We'll just as long as we get on the field, we'll win the game. And we're just all the good things that we've seen from arsenal in the last few weeks. The quickness in the passing, the how the currents are attacked, although they didn't have to do that a lot today because they had the bulk of possession. But all the things have done well, everyone's fast and crisp and they don't do it today. They don't create many chances. And actually, forests look to threat going forward, so yeah, it's a bit of a knock back to basics, but back to your feet on the ground for a theater and the players and concentrate on trying to get in that top four, but not a great performance from the Gunners. Shaka how big a setback for arsenal here? I think it's a blue. Listen, losing and losing in the cup is not something new. There's always that kind of one story. But just given how good still have been. And Craig's right. That doesn't make changes, but this was EO should have been. Team that was just far too strong for mid table championship, not in a forest. But there was absolutely nothing to report from arsenal. Other than that all white kit was nice. Other than that, there is nothing you can say about us so that encourages. And for a team that, again, just enough changes, but morning enough experience in terms of players on the fringes to the first team that none of them cover themselves in any kind of glory. And that for me is the biggest test for Tesla. If he does have to make changes and force to otherwise, how does that affect their top four credentials? Simply wasn't good enough. He has a good segue for you. Somebody said the war white shots and they played late Tottenham..

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"nottingham" Discussed on The Fantastic History Of Food

The Fantastic History Of Food

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"nottingham" Discussed on The Fantastic History Of Food

"And fortunately some of the armed military got a too over excited and shots were fired. Killing a man standing near a large pile of cheese the events had left a lasting legacy on the people merchants and farmers of the region as for years after the riot anytime a mitch and traveled with a cargo of cheese. They would be accompanied by a full complement of armed guards. Just in case anyone decided to try something funny today. The goose is still an annual event in nottingham. Nowadays it's more catered towards family fun with rides and carnival attractions taking up most of the space. The local people do however still commemorate the great cheese riot of seventeen sixty six by walking together along the route taken by the mob as they fled with a great barrel sized wheels of cheese in all of its thousand year history. It is only ever been canceled. Four times once each during the world wars once in sixteen forty six to the bubonic plague and now just last year in twenty twenty due to cover nineteen. We're living in.

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"nottingham" Discussed on The Fantastic History Of Food

The Fantastic History Of Food

04:51 min | 10 months ago

"nottingham" Discussed on The Fantastic History Of Food

"This was by no means the end of the affair. However once the shop windows had been smashed and the foodstuffs looted the locals who remained in the square decided it was time to up the ante. They dispersed to find anything that resembled a weapon. An arm themselves to the teeth. In order to defend their city they began setting up roadblocks across all of the major streets in town in order to prevent any of the merchants from escaping with cheese. One of the crafty merchants had managed to get away from the initial franco with the majority of his cheese. Purchase still intact. He knew he couldn't ride out of the city and so began thinking furiously of a way to escape and not lose his entire inventory as he crept out of one of the quietest sidestreets he noticed any nearby river in it. Set a boat with its captain idly relaxing on the dick well. He ran over to the man and promised him a king's ransom if he could help him escape downriver with his cheesy kaga captains is rolled back into his head and dollar signs flashed up as he quickly jumped onto the dock and began loading up the merchants cheese. Three wheels left to go then to wheels but as they went back for the lost wheel of cheese a mob came careening around the corner spotting them at the last instant. There was no time to untie the ropes and push from the ducks and the captain realizing that no amount of money was worth sticking around for. If in a few short minutes he'd never be able to spend it took off along the dock in the opposite direction. The merchant stood as toilet. He could in front of his boatload cheese and began trying to bargain with the onrushing mob. All of a sudden now he was prepared to sell the cheese back to them at whatever. The pre inflation prices were despite having bought the cheese at a premium to him recouping. Some of his losses was better than nothing. The mob knew it was long past the time for negotiation however and the boat was swiftly overrun with locals like ants on an unintended picnic next the mom turned their attention to a local warehouse with a new. A whole heap of cheese was being stored. This endeavour would not prove to be as easy for them as the way house. Owner had made a habit of hiring god's to stand watch over his goods as the mob approached. The gods stepped out of the shadows and took their places in front of the doors. Some sort of mob hive mind calculations seem to take place. An unspoken decision was made that they could probably overpower the guards. Through shit numbers. There was just one small factor that they hadn't taken into account as the mob drew nearer. The gods raised up their firearms. All of a sudden uncertainty rippled through the crowd and within seconds they were scattering. This made it significantly more difficult for the gods. Whoever who couldn't keep track of the flowing mass of people as they moved in every possible direction because of this some enterprising vandals managed to break in through a side door. And puffer a large amount of the cheeses stored there. The warehouse owner was having none of it and quickly sent off for a mounted group of soldiers to track the thieves down and recover his stolen cheese. The mounted soldiers wanted to go door to door checking for any stolen cheese but the local nothing a magistrate. Fearing the wrath of the people denied them search warrants to enter people's homes the armed posse became frustrated and so began illegally arresting and detaining anyone and everyone they could get their hands on on suspicion of rioting and theft they marched them to the magistrate's office and began beating on his door demanding justice and the search warrants. They initially wanted to begin with the local. People were fed up and surrounded the magistrates house. In order to protect him from the soldiers and when they would leave the people began pelting them with rocks until they fled leaving their prisoners behind throughout the rest of that night the rioting and the looting continued and by the next morning the local authorities had sent word to the military to come and support their peace efforts to quell the angry locals. Luckily for them nottingham was in fact a garrison town meaning that the entire fifteenth dragoons company was already stationed the the military came out in force arresting people detaining them at the same magistrates house. Who when he'd had no protection from the military had been firmly on the people side but now flip flopped once they were no longer perceived as a threat to him and fortunately for him. A mob stormed his house smashing windows and threatening him.

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"nottingham" Discussed on The Fantastic History Of Food

The Fantastic History Of Food

02:32 min | 10 months ago

"nottingham" Discussed on The Fantastic History Of Food

"It was on this very day that merchants from the neighboring county of lincolnshire decided that they would buy up almost all of the cheese on sale and take it back home to sell to their people. the purchase was made. Money was exchanged and plans to ship it. All back to lincolnshire were well underway as the sun began to set on that fateful day and evening approached a mob of angry locals charmingly described by almost all of my sources simply rude lads surrounded the foreign cheese merchants. They demands with simple. This cheese needed to stay in nottingham. So the merchants could now decide to sell it back to them or have taken from them by force and have shared by everyone for the merchants. Were having none of this very defiant. Possibly over inflating their own sense of how good they were at fighting off an angry mob. Their refusal was met with shots of outrage. Men rushed at the merchants knocking them over and attacking. their transports. costs were flipped and great wheels of cheese when rolling all across the square the two factions now fully at one. Another trading blows and dodging hazardous cheeses as they rolled by underfoot passes by and local residents heard the commotion and came running. They were gobsmacked by what they saw in front of them. Lawless chaos had taken over the square but more importantly there was just cheese everywhere in that moment it was as if a switch flipped in the minds of the community and as one they rushed on mass into the fray they began looting the nearby stolz and picked up hard wheels of cheese in order to smash shop windows so that they could steal bowl cheese. It wasn't a moment for rational thinking and no one was overly concerned about subtlety. The mayor of nottingham was swiftly alerted and after taking his time to don his official robes of office he rushed as quickly as he could to the scene he came across utter pandemonium and began shouting for the people to calm down. His speech was unfortunately cut short as he was almost immediately. Run over no not by a stray horse and cart from one of the unfortunate merchants but rather by a giant wheel of runaway cheese. A book by a man named john. Frost sutton called the datebook of remarkable and memorable events. Connected to nottingham recounts how the side streets of relegate and pick lane will full of people fleeing the scene rolling enormous wheels of cheeses along.

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The Nottingham Cheese Riot

The Fantastic History Of Food

01:11 min | 10 months ago

The Nottingham Cheese Riot

"It was on this very day that merchants from the neighboring county of lincolnshire decided that they would buy up almost all of the cheese on sale and take it back home to sell to their people. the purchase was made. Money was exchanged and plans to ship it. All back to lincolnshire were well underway as the sun began to set on that fateful day and evening approached a mob of angry locals charmingly described by almost all of my sources simply rude lads surrounded the foreign cheese merchants. They demands with simple. This cheese needed to stay in nottingham. So the merchants could now decide to sell it back to them or have taken from them by force and have shared by everyone for the merchants. Were having none of this very defiant. Possibly over inflating their own sense of how good they were at fighting off an angry mob. Their refusal was met with shots of outrage. Men rushed at the merchants knocking them over and attacking. their transports. costs were flipped and great wheels of cheese when rolling all across the square the two factions now fully at one. Another trading blows and dodging hazardous cheeses as they rolled by underfoot

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"nottingham" Discussed on The Hedge

The Hedge

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"nottingham" Discussed on The Hedge

"Join us as we gather around the head where we dig into technology. Business ams culture with the finest minds in computer networking. Tom again again. The second time. In one day i don't have i can handle you two times in one day. But that's okay we'll figure it out so today. We are joined by mark nottingham. Who is talking about on his blog. This really interesting article on our blog. Well let's begin here actually mark. Where are you in l. Are you yeah physically. I'm still at home in melvin in imprint mistrial and it's winter out so it's cold that's yeah waking up in cold i guess at mcafee. Yes early warning for you because here in australia. Yes so yeah. I was actually out on the greater road out. Took a day trip out on the road at the p nick like when. Ap nick nick mcmahon like two years ago now it feels like but i had some really great pictures from that was a great trip..

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"nottingham" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"nottingham" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"It all started at the nottingham goose fair a traveling carnival dating back a thousand years. Maybe more that visited the area every october back then instead of rides or games of chance. The goose fair was mainly a food festival. It began as a livestock market. Where animals of all kinds including geese were traded among fair goers over time it branched out into other kinds of food as well but especially cheese in fact it became a primary reason. People attended the fair but never more important than in seventeen sixty six you see in the months leading up to the event. A poor harvest threatened europe with a nationwide food shortage. People were scared in the markets reacted. Accordingly high demand resulted in skyrocketing prices flour wheat corn and yes cheese. All saw an uptick in prices prices. That were beyond what most people could afford. But when the nottingham goose fair came around that year the prices weren't the only things. Rising tempers had gotten pretty heated to just one week earlier cheese had been selling for anywhere between fourteen and twenty two shillings per one hundred weights at coventry markets. The following week the goose fair saw prices double by today's standards that put the cost of cheese at nearly two hundred pounds too pricey for locals just trying to get by adding insult to injury. There was more cheese present at this fair than in previous years. All of it's just out of reach from almost everyone in attendance. Things came to a head on october second. When a group of merchants from nearby lincolnshire traveled to nottingham. They had come to buy hundreds of pounds of cheese which they plan to sell in their own county but the locals didn't take too kindly to having their cheese bought by out of towners only to be sold elsewhere. They were hungry and desperate. A group of young men stopped the merchants on the road surrounding their caravan offering an ultimatum. Either shared their cheese with everyone else or get. The cheddar kicked out of them. A fight broke out shortly after that. With a mob of fed up fair goers taking their anger out on the local shops they broke windows and liberated hundreds of cheese wheels rolling them into the streets and hurling them out into open

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The Nottingham Cheese Riot of 1766

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:12 min | 1 year ago

The Nottingham Cheese Riot of 1766

"It all started at the nottingham goose fair a traveling carnival dating back a thousand years. Maybe more that visited the area every october back then instead of rides or games of chance. The goose fair was mainly a food festival. It began as a livestock market. Where animals of all kinds including geese were traded among fair goers over time it branched out into other kinds of food as well but especially cheese in fact it became a primary reason. People attended the fair but never more important than in seventeen sixty six you see in the months leading up to the event. A poor harvest threatened europe with a nationwide food shortage. People were scared in the markets reacted. Accordingly high demand resulted in skyrocketing prices flour wheat corn and yes cheese. All saw an uptick in prices prices. That were beyond what most people could afford. But when the nottingham goose fair came around that year the prices weren't the only things. Rising tempers had gotten pretty heated to just one week earlier cheese had been selling for anywhere between fourteen and twenty two shillings per one hundred weights at coventry markets. The following week the goose fair saw prices double by today's standards that put the cost of cheese at nearly two hundred pounds too pricey for locals just trying to get by adding insult to injury. There was more cheese present at this fair than in previous years. All of it's just out of reach from almost everyone in attendance. Things came to a head on october second. When a group of merchants from nearby lincolnshire traveled to nottingham. They had come to buy hundreds of pounds of cheese which they plan to sell in their own county but the locals didn't take too kindly to having their cheese bought by out of towners only to be sold elsewhere. They were hungry and desperate. A group of young men stopped the merchants on the road surrounding their caravan offering an ultimatum. Either shared their cheese with everyone else or get. The cheddar kicked out of them. A fight broke out shortly after that. With a mob of fed up fair goers taking their anger out on the local shops they broke windows and liberated hundreds of cheese wheels rolling them into the streets and hurling them out into open

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"nottingham" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"nottingham" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"I looked into a central women's aid dot org and it says under what we do. We provide timber airy emergency accommodation for women and children fleeing domestic or sexual violence and abuse. We provide emotional and practical support to women and children during their time at the refuge as well as once they have been resettled we run courses that will directly empower women during or following periods of domestic abuse. We deliver services that will improve the health and wellbeing victims and survivors of domestic abuse. We can assist and support. Women with complex needs such as substance use and mental health issues under practical support. It says we provide emergency accommodation to women and children. Fleeing domestic abuse can help with clothing and food and ensure that you have the essential items on arrival we can help with maximizing income through claiming benefits or paid work counseling support accessing education and making links with other external agencies. We may be able to provide emergency funding and have links with food and clothing banks. We can help with finding permanent housing to move onto. We can assist and support women with complex means for example women living with addiction issues under well being it says there are regular visits for mental health nurses. We have links with health services. We run workshops on a wide variety of topics such as self care budgeting cooking and savy writing dependent on the needs of women and children at any time under additional support. It says dedicated support workers for women and children interpreter services for those who are non english speaking resettlement support. The freedom program. They go on to say that if you are a professional who works with victims or survivors of domestic abuse and named mica referral to us. Contact us here if you are interested in receiving professional training around the freedom program or domestic abuse. Then please email us at support at central women's aid dot org under other support agencies. It states if you have suffered domestic violence or abuse. There are many different organizations. Which can help you with information and advice. Please view a detailed list by visiting the citizens advice website under attack sess emergency refuge accommodation. They say women over the age of sixteen with or without children who are fleeing domestic or sexual violence and abuse. We accept women from any background of any ability and women with additional support needs such as substance used or mental health issues. We also support women who have been subject to rape and sexual assaults. Unfortunately the refuge is not currently accessible to wheelchair users or people unable to safely use stairs. However i did come across another website. U k dot virgin money giving dot com about the nottingham women central aid and. I'm not sure when exactly. This website was updated but it does say that they can still only hold six women eleven children and give relocation assistance to an additional.

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Reddit: Wall Streets Achilles Heel? - burst 2

The 3-1 Collapse

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Reddit: Wall Streets Achilles Heel? - burst 2

"If you think about the story of robinhood what he do. He stole from the rich and gave to the poor. In the sense of robinhood. The app did basically robinhood wasting stolen from a rich given to the poor then told the sheriff of nottingham that the poor stole from the rich in that exact is unacceptable literally robinhood. The is disgusting. Literally i'm pretty sure. I mean i don't know the legal implications of this ramification. Excuse me but this is. It's disgusting like i think it's illegal to. I'm not sure if you're allowed to block someone from investing in a specific share of stock or company but

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The Years (plural) Without A Christmas

Your Brain on Facts

08:07 min | 1 year ago

The Years (plural) Without A Christmas

"Of christmas it is indulgence. Christmas has long been time to break out the good booze and gorge yourself on sweet desserts made with expensive imported spices. To say nothing of the gift giving you know who didn't like all of those things oliver cromwell when he and his puritan forces took over england in sixteen forty five. They vowed to do away with decadence and went full. Alan rickman sheriff of nottingham and cancelled. Christmas shops were ordered to stay open on december. Twenty fifth and soldiers patrolled the streets with orders to seize any and all food. They found being prepared for a feast. It would take no less than restoring a king to the throne in this case. Charles the second to get christmas back. Puritans weren't exclusive to their native england and a bunch of them thought the spoiled beauty of the new world could really use some severe self-denial the puritans we refer to as pilgrims and about whom many myths were dispelled in. Our recent thanksgiving episode were even more orthodox in their puritanism than cromwell bonus fact that parallels the split between the amish and the mennonites. The amish broke off because the mennonites weren't strict enough since the puritans were among the first europeans to establish themselves in what would become america celebrating. Christmas was not a thing. It wasn't simply that they didn't celebrate it themselves. They didn't want anyone to celebrate the holiday. They had dubbed fools tied as an england shops and schools were expected to be open though. Interestingly churches were ordered to be closed on christmas one of the two days a year when even the laziest christian can be bothered to turn up. It was more than the frivolity and gluttony that they minded they viewed it as not properly christian. Puritans followed the bible very strictly. If something wasn't in the bible like taking any day for rest other than a sunday it might as well have come straight from the devil that would include the idea of resting on the day that jesus was born but since the bible also doesn't specify what day that is no big loss s historian stephen this inbound explains puritans were fond of saying that if god had intended for the anniversary of the city to be observed he would surely have given some indication as to when that anniversary occurred. The date of december twenty fifth wasn't officially the mass of christ until the fourth century. When pope julius the first subsumed the roman festival of saturnalia into a christian celebration. Which gave us some of our most enduring traditions like holly in candles. Puritans were also not keen on the papacy so they didn't care if it was official for twenty two years from sixteen fifty nine to sixteen eighty one. The celebration of christmas was actually outlawed. In the massachusetts bay colony the law went into effect one year after the brits had gotten their christmas restored by well the restoration the laws stated that in order to prevent disorders to the great dishonour of god and offensive others. Anyone found celebrating the holiday. Either by forbearing of labor feasting or any other way would be find a hefty five shillings on one christmas day. Plymouth governor william bradford noticed some people playing an old equivalent of baseball and ordered them all to get back to work. Now would be an appropriate time. If i make an aside and i may because it's my show to remind people that religious freedom is when you say that's against my religion. I can't do it but religious freedom does not mean that's against my religion. You can't do it. Even after the ban on christmas was repealed in sixteen. Eighty one staunch puritans still fought against christmas celebrations for decades in sixteen eighty six. The newly appointed governor of the dominion of new england closed shops on christmas day and sponsored a holiday service. This idea was unpopular enough with enough people. That soldiers had to accompany the governor to church. Those sorts of protests of christmas would continue but their focus would shift from celebrating at all to the way in which it was celebrated and what a way it was. We aren't talking about a family sing. Song and three helpings of pie or even old timey whistling colonial celebrations of christmas looked more like mardi gras mashed with halloween. If it took place during spring break drunken revellers take to the streets wearing scary masks or dressed like animals singing boisterously and demanding food drink and money under threat of violence ad in the ancient pagan roots of those practices. And we see that. The puritans had quite a lot to get their noses out of joint about boston minister. Cotton mather preached to his congregation more than thirty years. After the law's repeal the feast of christ's nativity is spent in reveling dicing carding masking. And in all licentious liberty by mad mirth by long eating by hard-drinking i- lewd gaming await. Those are meant to be bad things. After the american revolution or the kerfuffle of ungrateful colonials as the british call at surreal thing. You don't have to google it. Just trust me. English customs fell out of favor and since celebrating. Christmas had come over from england. It began to peter out to. It wasn't even declared a federal holiday until after the civil war in eighteen seventy. It was around that time that americans. Reinvented christmas and it changed from a raucous pagan carnival. Holiday into a family centered. Day of nostalgia nostalgia used to be considered a mental illness by the way. But that's a story for another day. So why the shift. The early nineteenth century was a period of class conflict high employment and of rioting by the lower classes that tended to come to a head around christmastime one such christmas riot in eighteen twenty eight moved the newark city council to institute. The city's first police force in response. This motivated certain members of the upper class to change the way. People viewed christmas literary figures like washington irving the man who helped co defy the until recently launched view of christopher columbus in eighteen nineteen. Urban wrote the sketch book of geoffrey crayon gent a series of stories about the celebration of christmas in an english manor house wherein the rich person invites pour into his home and the two classes of people get along swimmingly and celebrate with quote ancient customs. As nice as that is it's worth noting that the details of the books revelry don't parallel any celebration. We know of irving actually attending and seems to have been completely imagined. It's the season of giving and you

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Tim Blackman, Vice Chancellor at the Open University, Discusses The Return to Campus

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Tim Blackman, Vice Chancellor at the Open University, Discusses The Return to Campus

"By the. Are you being the the the only covid secure university but actually you do have a compass and people work there and students study at it. So i'll be really really fascinated to know what your plans offer january and the year. Yeah we are in a different place. No sorts of ways compared to the rest of the sector which i think actually has been doing an amazing job but yes we we have a real campus milk gains and we've got sites in manchester and nottingham as well. Of course our nation offices in cardiff belfast and edinburgh very much a four nations university and always having to work with the different policies of the four governments. So we tend to adopt an approach at the moment of going with the most safe vicious and guidance of one of the four jurisdictions in terms of what we do across the four nations so just one example of the many ways we have to work as very much a four nations university in everything we do even more normal times so that's added an extra complication for us in terms of what guidance and what measures do we actually follow as one university across jurisdictions. But we've had our challenges in the first lock down. We had to move nearly four thousand stuff off our campus about four thousand of our staff. The ucla were already hung based so we've got a lot of understanding how homebase works. But we have to adopt. And we're still having to adopt. We research students and researchers on campus. Where that research is essential in terms of lab provision. We're not going to have to manage these huge population movements though of students going home coming back to campus which very much reflects the The unusual situation in the uk of how dominant the residential sector is in higher education with these huge mass migrations of young people Beginning and end of term. So yeah what we have to do is is different. But like every university in the sector putting the wellbeing and health of our staff and students First and that is how we are working But i wish the secto with managing the scale of these population movements over the coming weeks and months

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The Enfield Poltergeist

Far Side Chats

09:26 min | 1 year ago

The Enfield Poltergeist

"We begin in nineteen seventy-seven back in a little town called Enfield London. Okay. Okay. So we're across the pond. We are across the pond and because of that you're probably going to hear me do a lot of really terrible British accents. I love it. I'm here for that. Ye on top of that. I'm not really sure if I pronounce the name right of the town, but I think I've heard it said in field. So I mean that's how it's spelled. So yeah, I would assume as well but I don't know if it's like unveiled or like you know, that's your prestigious. Yeah, but because we're from America we're going to go with Enfield. I love it. So we're sitting in this Tiny Town. And we are going to visit our friends the Hodgson family. Okay? Okay. I've got Mom Peggy Hodgson who is in fact a single mom of four which at the time seemed like pretty weird, you know to be a single mother. Yeah. I mean, I guess divorce was still not like a big thing back then that's okay, especially in London, I guess so she was risky to the people of London. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So it was just a weird thing to see her four children included Margaret who was twelve at the time Janet who was eleven Johnny who was ten and Billy who was seven so we got our two girls and two boys easy to keep up with exactly. They're all living their lives having a grand old time in this cute little like looks like a townhouse kind of thing. It's like wage one of those connected houses where it's like there's a few houses in one unit yeah I know exactly which yeah so this cute guy cute little garden gnome whatever they're living their lives then the evening of August 30th 1977 rolls around okay oh Peggy as wage most likely stressed out mother is it trying to get her kids to go to bed she's like guys I gotta wake up I got to go to work tomorrow y'all gotta go to school tomorrow let's get to bed so she's downstairs doing some gift bad stuff and she heard Janet the eleven-year-old saying from upstairs that her and her brothers beds were like wobbling what yeah wobbling wobbling oh baby wobble baby wobble baby wobble no dead But they don't fall down. That's a wee before you so it's a total natural night. Okay, and then Peggy, like I said super stressed at the time she was not having this and she was just like Janet stop mucking about go to bed. I'm done with you. Yeah. Okay. This seems seems pretty normal. Yeah, pretty sure well. I mean like for Peggy from her personal perspective, you know, like it's a normal night. Her kids are being like no, I don't go to bed. So we'll make up this excuse. Yeah, she's tired and she's like just do it. I'm just over y'all. Let's call it done. Like I need a glass of wine and he only because right so the next Thursday evening Peggy herself heard a crash from upstairs. So this time she actually goes to investigate and when she got to the room a chest of drawers wage, Coming towards her without anyone pushing it seemingly of its own volition. No way. Yeah. Yeah rural she said in an interview that it seemed like Tom Thumb something was trying to block off her family from the rest of the house using the chest of drawers. Oh my gosh, that's terrifying. I know. Oh my God, and I'm sure not at all what she expected. Oh gosh. No, I would burn the house down immediately. I mean, oh my gosh, you go to open a room and here comes a dresser just like back at you like this isn't Beauty and the Beast. Okay, right? No, she ain't talking to us. Probably not that friendly either probably not dead. If she was I probably would have a different reaction right? I guess jurors don't have pronouns. Wow. Wow, and Carol just broke. So after that my Janet's older sister Margaret, she goes on to say in many like interviews and articles that after that night be activity definitely started to increase she says there were strange little noises in the house. You couldn't make out what was going on and none of us got any sleep. We put on our dressing gown and slippers and we would always go next door which wasn't a direct quote but I changed a little pool. So there you go like down in plaid quote. It's an implied quote people. So anyways, they're all putting on their dressing gowns and slippers and whatnot and took over to their neighbor's house who are named Vic and Peggy which could in fact get confusing, but we're only going to talk about big so There you go. Okay, so that makes it easy. Yeah Vic Nottingham. Oh how fancy anyway, so the family goes over to their neighbors and Mistral Vic Vic nodding him. He is described as a Burly Builder and he's a big dude. He decides to go over and investigate by himself, which I don't know why anybody would do that either. I mean, I don't know how long as I get people not believing in it and not wanting to do her like not really caring to go over but like Even if there's a tiny hint that it could be real why wouldn't anyone else with me. I'm guessing he was just being neighborly to his, you know, single mom of four. Yeah and wanting to help out. I mean, I'm sure to it probably had to sound kind of ridiculous. Hm, you know, and he was probably like, well, there's gotta be a very clear explanation. Yeah. You're probably right. I just wouldn't go I would not have gone by myself. I know you wouldn't have come over like, oh my God a chance to see ghosts. I'm there. I'll grab my flashlight. Oh my gosh, so he goes over and he goes on record saying I went in there and I couldn't make out these noises. There was a knocking on the wall in the bedroom on the ceiling and I was afraid beginning to get a bit frightened. No, meaning the Pearly Builder got frightened. The Burly Builder was bewildered sounds like a kids book. It does that get dumped so then they finally decide. Hey, let's call the police and see what she going on. Maybe the police will figure something out that we haven't put together seems logical right? So the police come over and they start to have very similar experiences and they are I'm sure of what is going on. One of the officers even signed an affidavit claiming. She saw a large armchair move. Unassisted four feet across the floor. Oh my gosh. No thoughts on record. Yeah. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Yeah, so like I'm also assuming that they checked for like any kind of rigging or anything like that. I mean I would hope so being that there were police I would think they'd be pretty thorough in an investigation. Yeah just freaks me out. I'd be curious to read that affidavit. Yeah, so then I saw Shaq just a regular day in the field and then you know, we decided to leave which they did eventually the police did in fact leave cuz I know they don't deal in ghosts they deal in real people. So of course, they couldn't

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"nottingham" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"nottingham" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"That enough. A little bit of evidence that these guys collect it was enough for them to say the place was haunted. The owner was satisfied with what they had uncovered and thank them for coming out ever since they're dead departure though. It seems like paranormal investigators have been coming from all over the world in search of Charlotte in the many other spirits that still called off adding him Road Hotel home. Some of them have experiences that they cannot easily easily explained While others don't have a a single experience at all. That's the name of the game though, isn't it? I find that paranormal investigation as a whole was just this we can stay in a location off all night long and nothing could come up come of it at all whatsoever. There are no guarantees when it comes to Spirits. It's all about dead. Being in the right place at the right time and hoping they are feeling good enough to communicate with us. Whether easily a dozen more stories from this location, I think I'm going to let the buck stopped here experience the Nottingham Road hotels wage for yourself. If you ever get the chance have a plant in the pub and be wary that. The residents Spirits are watching from the Shadows. It's a house full of spirits after all never stop being curious. My friends read travel meet new people learn a new places on your own accord when we are all covid-19. Podcasts Facebook and Instagram pages I say both locations as I'm talking about more than one. I only mean one place, please check them also is M intention or done. So already joined the hauntingly yours Lounge on Facebook where you can meet like-minded people like ourselves catch up on all things paranormal follow along on Twitter and even Tik-Tok. Yeah. We have a tech talk now go like review subscribe and check out the merch store bought some merge and most importantly. Hello friend. I appreciate each and every one of you listeners more than you will ever know. For all the shows links be sure to check out the link tree l i n k t r. E hauntingly yours paranormal. Lastly. I'd like to give a big shout-out to clovercrest Media Group as wanting yours has just recently joined their ranks there a wonderful network with great posture broadcasters bringing you the best of the best and many different genres. Thanks for accepting me into the family guys. I am truly humbled to be amongst you all our next adventure will be our last four season one. I know if she's thirteen episodes will be in the bank before we know it. I figured it was appropriate to end each season with thirteen episodes. I mean, come on spoofing. Yeah bad luck and all that just by the way, I am going to be taking some much-needed time up so I can prepare for next season. I am going to be taking it down several notches. This season dope will.

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"nottingham" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"nottingham" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"nottingham" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"nottingham" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"DC O'Rourke. And this is hauntingly yours. Here. We all are together once again tuning in for yet another episode to learn the World's haunted places 4 episode 12 you and I will be putting on our safari gear as we are headed to the coastal province of wait for it off Hulu guitar in South Africa. This is truly a beautiful beautiful beautiful location guys. It's known for its beaches. It's mountains, it's Jose Jimenez that are full the wildlife. It's definitely a must-visit location. If you need a place to stay well, why not look into the office in Nottingham Road Hotel just on Old Main Road legend has it that there have been establishments on this site since 1851. Before that's a long time. There was a not he's in or Tavern situated here that provided a hang out spot for soldiers who were stationed at nearby Fort Nottingham. The soldiers they were brought in for one mission in particular and that was to protect the local farmers from the thieving Bushman who were coming around and stealing their livestock. Apparently it become a real problem in these men did absolutely whatever they could to put an end to it. The overall location at this establishment, but it was ideal. It was actually able to cater to the mini horse-drawn carriages that passed through the area. This was a long before way would even be thought about the First Recording. Thanks about the hotel. We know today indicate that the land for the noughties as locals like to affectionately call. It was bought by a George Irwin around 1889 following the deaths of landowner James Ellis and his sister Jani-King the land being sold by the facts to pay off the siblings the States. What was the price received for that land a whopping sum of 125 pounds per acre. Wow. This was actually mean pretty steep for the time. My guess. It has that it had something to do with the favorable Loco. chicken I mean we have to stop and look at the fact that it's pretty much at a Crossroads where the road to the interior leads to the road that takes you straight to Fort Nottingham door window. He went on to a ranked what he called the Railway Hotel to serve the station that was built at the tiny Nottingham Road settlement. Local farmer and settler George Smith. Yes, Smith s m y bhe he writes in his diary July 12th 1882 off. The railway has it lasts commenced and there is a large staff of men on gallery busy putting a buildings in beginning the Earthworks. The station is to be just at the cross the road for Nottingham about two miles from straight turn. The railway line finally reached out to him Road at the end of 1885. The station was initially called Harrison's Camp after the contractor prior to the station's opening before being called Clark Lewis station. However, the name was changed to Nottingham Road station in 1887 as the locals decided that it was too far from karkloof to be so named previously Littleton was the last stop the real we changed the lives of the Midland settlers forever. There was a daily postal system and almost anything they needed could now be ordered from Durban or. It's Burg produce from the area could be quickly sent to the city centers for sale and travel between the coast and the interior was a matter of hours rather than weeks or days the railway also led to the development of the Midlands as a viable area for settlement that my opinion is always a great thing. The Railway Hotel was built by a mr. Morgan and was completed at the beginning of 1891 and it soon became the center of social activity at Nottingham Road. A gracious two-story building was set and rolling Lawns the hotel offered guess the Comforts of proper lighting package tennis courts and a Billiards room as well as activities such as shooting and horseback riding at the turn of the century another family took over the the last name Singleton. They would go on to run the business as they saw fit. But Nottingham Road Hotel was always the local favorite haunt weather for a social drink in the pub or for supposedly more serious matters such as meetings of the Dead Nottingham Road Farmers Association. Apparently, the farmers will often only survived home safely because they're faithful horses knew the way back to their Stables off the the system works smoothly until a prankster swapped the horses between the different traps and cards. So that drunken farmers were taken off in completely different directions often the locals would decide to stay over at the hotel especially at the weather was bad. One such farmer a Christopher groom was trying to reach the hotel to Shelter From a storm. He was unable to reach it in time and was unfortunately struck by a bolt of lightning just down side right where the first tennis courts were located in his dead horse were actually discovered some time later when the storm had passed over the bridge just man quite unaware of his narrow escape a hole was found straight through his saddle and it showed where that bolt of lightning had struck. Like all hotels or the history the Nottingham Road hotel is reputed to be haunted. Of course right in the past two guests and staff have reported that the spirit of a woman roams the hotel especially room 10:00 and it's ground this house proud gentle ghosts. Apparently. She was flower arrangements Tiny's away clothes and straightens wedding Legend has it that she is Charlotte a beautiful prostitute who frequent in the hotel catering were soldiers from the 45th regiment in the latter part of the nineteenth Century, her story says that she fell in love with a regular at the hotel a soldier a handsome man ended up having to leave Charlotte at one point to go off and fight in the Bushman Wars. Unfortunately, he was killed on the fields of battle and birth. Made it back to his beloved Charlotte upon hearing the news took to the balcony of her room and was so stricken with grief that she threw herself to her deathbed. Send story right? I'd say that so pretty it's pretty good reason to come back as a ghost. She's not the only one that lurks around in the darkness though God. Oh, no as it would turn out Charlotte. She's just the one who likes to appear the most. Today not he's is one of the Midlands more popular hotels. It's dark and cozy it has a wood-paneled pub with Rory log fires on colder nights and and it offers tasty pub fare and beer on tap while the more elegant dining room doubles as a multi-purpose room off the bedrooms are comfortable in a spacious Garden offers a relaxed place to enjoy a sunny Midlands afternoon.

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Charlotte, the Ghost of South Africa's Nottingham Road Hotel

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

08:43 min | 2 years ago

Charlotte, the Ghost of South Africa's Nottingham Road Hotel

"DC O'Rourke. And this is hauntingly yours. Here. We all are together once again tuning in for yet another episode to learn the World's haunted places 4 episode 12 you and I will be putting on our safari gear as we are headed to the coastal province of wait for it off Hulu guitar in South Africa. This is truly a beautiful beautiful beautiful location guys. It's known for its beaches. It's mountains, it's Jose Jimenez that are full the wildlife. It's definitely a must-visit location. If you need a place to stay well, why not look into the office in Nottingham Road Hotel just on Old Main Road legend has it that there have been establishments on this site since 1851. Before that's a long time. There was a not he's in or Tavern situated here that provided a hang out spot for soldiers who were stationed at nearby Fort Nottingham. The soldiers they were brought in for one mission in particular and that was to protect the local farmers from the thieving Bushman who were coming around and stealing their livestock. Apparently it become a real problem in these men did absolutely whatever they could to put an end to it. The overall location at this establishment, but it was ideal. It was actually able to cater to the mini horse-drawn carriages that passed through the area. This was a long before way would even be thought about the First Recording. Thanks about the hotel. We know today indicate that the land for the noughties as locals like to affectionately call. It was bought by a George Irwin around 1889 following the deaths of landowner James Ellis and his sister Jani-King the land being sold by the facts to pay off the siblings the States. What was the price received for that land a whopping sum of 125 pounds per acre. Wow. This was actually mean pretty steep for the time. My guess. It has that it had something to do with the favorable Loco. chicken I mean we have to stop and look at the fact that it's pretty much at a Crossroads where the road to the interior leads to the road that takes you straight to Fort Nottingham door window. He went on to a ranked what he called the Railway Hotel to serve the station that was built at the tiny Nottingham Road settlement. Local farmer and settler George Smith. Yes, Smith s m y bhe he writes in his diary July 12th 1882 off. The railway has it lasts commenced and there is a large staff of men on gallery busy putting a buildings in beginning the Earthworks. The station is to be just at the cross the road for Nottingham about two miles from straight turn. The railway line finally reached out to him Road at the end of 1885. The station was initially called Harrison's Camp after the contractor prior to the station's opening before being called Clark Lewis station. However, the name was changed to Nottingham Road station in 1887 as the locals decided that it was too far from karkloof to be so named previously Littleton was the last stop the real we changed the lives of the Midland settlers forever. There was a daily postal system and almost anything they needed could now be ordered from Durban or. It's Burg produce from the area could be quickly sent to the city centers for sale and travel between the coast and the interior was a matter of hours rather than weeks or days the railway also led to the development of the Midlands as a viable area for settlement that my opinion is always a great thing. The Railway Hotel was built by a mr. Morgan and was completed at the beginning of 1891 and it soon became the center of social activity at Nottingham Road. A gracious two-story building was set and rolling Lawns the hotel offered guess the Comforts of proper lighting package tennis courts and a Billiards room as well as activities such as shooting and horseback riding at the turn of the century another family took over the the last name Singleton. They would go on to run the business as they saw fit. But Nottingham Road Hotel was always the local favorite haunt weather for a social drink in the pub or for supposedly more serious matters such as meetings of the Dead Nottingham Road Farmers Association. Apparently, the farmers will often only survived home safely because they're faithful horses knew the way back to their Stables off the the system works smoothly until a prankster swapped the horses between the different traps and cards. So that drunken farmers were taken off in completely different directions often the locals would decide to stay over at the hotel especially at the weather was bad. One such farmer a Christopher groom was trying to reach the hotel to Shelter From a storm. He was unable to reach it in time and was unfortunately struck by a bolt of lightning just down side right where the first tennis courts were located in his dead horse were actually discovered some time later when the storm had passed over the bridge just man quite unaware of his narrow escape a hole was found straight through his saddle and it showed where that bolt of lightning had struck. Like all hotels or the history the Nottingham Road hotel is reputed to be haunted. Of course right in the past two guests and staff have reported that the spirit of a woman roams the hotel especially room 10:00 and it's ground this house proud gentle ghosts. Apparently. She was flower arrangements Tiny's away clothes and straightens wedding Legend has it that she is Charlotte a beautiful prostitute who frequent in the hotel catering were soldiers from the 45th regiment in the latter part of the nineteenth Century, her story says that she fell in love with a regular at the hotel a soldier a handsome man ended up having to leave Charlotte at one point to go off and fight in the Bushman Wars. Unfortunately, he was killed on the fields of battle and birth. Made it back to his beloved Charlotte upon hearing the news took to the balcony of her room and was so stricken with grief that she threw herself to her deathbed. Send story right? I'd say that so pretty it's pretty good reason to come back as a ghost. She's not the only one that lurks around in the darkness though God. Oh, no as it would turn out Charlotte. She's just the one who likes to appear the most. Today not he's is one of the Midlands more popular hotels. It's dark and cozy it has a wood-paneled pub with Rory log fires on colder nights and and it offers tasty pub fare and beer on tap while the more elegant dining room doubles as a multi-purpose room off the bedrooms are comfortable in a spacious Garden offers a relaxed place to enjoy a sunny Midlands afternoon.

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Neanderthal DNA May Be COVID Risk

60-Second Science

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Neanderthal DNA May Be COVID Risk

"The risk factors for covid nineteen are many old age obesity, heart conditions. But early genetics studies have identified another trait that some people who developed severe cove nineteen seem to share a cluster of genetic variations on their third chromosome and that DNA sequence likely derives from neanderthals says Hugo, Siegburg of the Max Planck Institute it is quite striking that S-. This veterans has lingered until house years fifty thousand years ago is. The approximate time humans and neanderthals interbred, and over the Millennia, those neanderthal variants have become more common in some homo sapiens populations than others for example, about sixteen percent of people of European descent carry at least one copy of the neanderthal stretch half of South Asians do and nearly two thirds of Bangladesh's, and that's kind of fascinating is so high that points towards that it must must've been beneficial in the post. I mean it's much higher than we expect. Undone. It's totally expunged in east as shown in China. Some something has happened driving the frequency often certain placing removing a token, the other places they details are in the journal, nature. See Bergen is colleague right that perhaps the NEANDERTHAL DNA happens to boost the risk of developing severe covid nineteen and they point to the fact that in the UK people of Bangladeshi descent have twice the risk of dying of cove nineteen than the general population. But as Epidemiologists Neil of the University of Nottingham pointed out in an email people of African descent in the UK are also being hurt more by the virus. Despite, having hardly any neanderthal genes instead, it's social factors like crowded multi, generational households or working frontline jobs that are more likely to be driving the trend seen in the UK that's according to Andrew Heyward Director of the Institute of Epidemiology in Healthcare at University College London, and as both epidemiologist pointed out, it's worth remembering that you can only develop severe covid nineteen if you're exposed to the virus in the first place.

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Malaysia court sentences ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak to serve up to 12 years in jail for crimes linked to 1MDB scandal

Morning Edition

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Malaysia court sentences ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak to serve up to 12 years in jail for crimes linked to 1MDB scandal

"Court has found former Prime Minister Najib Razak guilty. He's been sentenced to 12 years in prison. This was in his first corruption trial connected To the plundering of the so called one Mdb State Investment fund. This is part of one of the largest most far reaching financial scandals in history involved at least 10 countries, including the United States, Michael Sullivan reports. Things could have gone a lot better for Najeeb today, the judge finding him guilty on all seven counts of abuse of power, criminal breach of trust and three counts of money laundering in a trial widely seen as a test of Malaysia's commitment to the rule of law. I think it's a good day for Malaysia. Bridget Welsh is a research associate with the University of Nottingham. And an expert on Malaysian politics. Speaking from the capital, Kuala Lumpur, This decision actually re affirms that the rule of law is working. The judge was very careful and laying out his decision, and I think that there was set the sense that the decision move forward in a very uncertain political environment and the judiciary. At least this has ruled the day and with that there has been a sense of justice. Now Jeeves Fall from Grace has been swift just two years ago. Then Prime Minister. Najib's party was dealt a shocking defeat in the general election, in part because of the public's discussed with one MDB scandal, which saw billions siphoned off from the government investment fund into individual bank accounts, including prosecutors say Najib's The Jeep has maintained his innocence and said on Facebook last night that he was misled by others and that the charges against him are political in nature. It's going to be a long process of appeals and their two more paces, and it may be a number of years, but you know he will basically not be allowed to contest the election. During this process, and that's important, Brigitte Wolf says, and helps Malaysia's current prime minister Modena seen who heads a shaky coalition that includes Najib's party. She says Mujahideen will gain the most from today's rulings because he will be seen as putting the country before politics malicious restoring its reputation internationally, and it used to be in the top 10 countries for corruption. Now this makes it stand tall, and I think that is that really serves Malaysia well for NPR

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Malaysia gets new PM, Muhyiddin Yassin, after week of turmoil

Between The Lines

07:53 min | 2 years ago

Malaysia gets new PM, Muhyiddin Yassin, after week of turmoil

"To Malaysia which has a new prime minister seventy two year old my eden. Yesen it's less than a week after the abrupt resignation of the world's most national later. This is the ninety four year old Muhammad Muhammad that plunged Malaysian politics into turmoil. So how has this South East Asia nation about thirty one to thirty two million people? How has it gone from an inclusive? And reformist government to a nationalist conservative law. Within days. Bridget Welch is an honorary research associate at the University of Nottingham. That's at Malaysia's Asia Research Institute bridget. Welcome back to between the lines. Great to be here now. Mahadi rule Malaysia for more than two decades until a two thousand and three in my twenty. It mighty gripe political comeback. Those last time we had you on the program bridge. What did he suddenly resign? Listen to us into his tenure. Well I it's reasonably clear that had he had very serious tensions between himself and anwer Abraham and the coalition that he led the pocket harp on coalition was divided and ultimately it split And as a consequence of that The the coalition collapsed and part of the collapsed however in the ball to move to a new coalition government and mightier himself was not willing to accept what other other parties in the coalition were doing montier resented working with. I'm no particularly the former leaders of the former government who were Who are tainted by corruption allegations? So what we see is a situation where Montier many politicking dividing rule many of the trying to split the pot the coalition itself his his reluctance to to leave Turn power over to Anwar set the conditions for the power. Grab that took place but at the same time Montier was not willing to go full. Go through with it. Because he wasn't willing to to allow the new new coalition to include the members of who he stood against when he came back into power. I'm into thousand. Mahalia and You mentioned ny Abraham now. Let's be clear. He's the protege turned. Raul turned ally although they fill out about a waco so ago they have reunited though having I think they have reunited from a perspective of They're now forming the opposition. But they have not yet completely resolved their differences. The fact of the matter is is that if Montier had supported Anwar clearly laid out a time line and stopped the politicking within the coalition then the government would not have collapsed. So I think for now. They are working together against a now common enemy. Who was someone who took the took took over the government in a in a power grab but at the same time that doesn't necessarily mean that they are fully resolved the question of the Lisa Session? If alcohol everyone was to come back to government says he feels but tried he success that. Yes in his malign nationalist. He's backed by this corruption tarnished former governing party. You mentioned the Mama tells more about yes so mine didn't yes and has been in politics for over forty years He joined politics in nineteen. Seventy eight He came into. I'm no He was the Chief Minister of the the very important state of Jehovah on the southern part of Malaysia and he has served in different capacities as different ministries that has held six different ministries In I'm no I'm he has not necessarily Had A clear Persona that That an extensive grassroots but he's been a very effective tactician and capable administrator And as a consequence he rose through the ranks through I'm no And he became deputy prime minister under the previous government From two thousand nine to two thousand fifteen We didn't ask known predominantly for three things He's I known for defining himself I as a Malay- as opposed to a Malaysian which is of course part of the reason. There's the brand that he is. Emily nationalist government and this new coalition that exists combines is predominantly Malays based parties And so this is something. It seems to have been Quite defining of who he is. The second thing is is that he's also known for standing up for against Najib on they won. Mvp scandal He he was sacked and after putting pressure On on Najeib to on these issues of corruption and he after in this happened in two thousand fifteen when the scandal is revealed so he stood up for On this important issue. And he's also known now for The effective maneuvering up becoming the winner in the power. Grab Which of course they're very different views and Malaysia about this Those looking at this recognized that that there are real serious. Ethical concerns about Whether or not amyloid and Yeltsin actually had the numbers which really did not seem to be the case in terms of A majority government When he was positioning himself for taking over power And others feel that that there's a there's an that he had. He had more than most numbers at that time and that he should that He was effective and moving and getting the position of power. There people in Malaysia are divided right now. Some people are are willing to give mood in a chance Wanting the situation to be more stable is and others very very angry that they feel that their sister the government has been stolen from them their dreams of different Malaysia of stolen for them. And there's a bit of considerable fear among people that this that lead in Yassin were lot real will be an old Malaysia. Politician Aka using the levers of power using issues of race using of issues of of of exclusion as a way to build up his powerbase so to the extent that this new Malaysian pm a struggles to govern and of course we have to remember elected public. Mandates does this mean this unprecedented instabilities. Luckily to continue the fact of the matter is is that Malaysia is a coalition government And is dealing with the situation of coalition governments in coalition governments across the world. You have one type of party set. A parties emerged. And then you can have a very unstable situation that a new set of parties emerged from Malaysia. This is a very new dynamic and of course it played out in the uniquely Malaysian Way with with intense amount of personal drama and Intrigue Enemies and betrayals Because the politics of Malaysia or highly personalized Right now mood in is Has Very is behold into the parties that he that he is that a put him into office and and the questions of Prot. Who is he's going to prosecute or maintain the prosecution's how much Islam governance he's GonNa put in whether he's actually GonNa try to seem to have any reform without his gonNA use race relations and of course importantly now lead in. Essen is is somebody who's just recently had a very serious bout of pancreatic cancer so the issue of the leadership succession is is equally important for this new government so there are very important points of instability and and as a result of that This is something that the people are watching very carefully. The instability is also facilitated by the fact that the opposition the new opposition bucket on Harapan. Now is that is actually quite emboldened by how this power crap has taken place.

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WHO raises coronavirus risk level as it spreads to more than 50 countries

BBC World Service

06:25 min | 2 years ago

WHO raises coronavirus risk level as it spreads to more than 50 countries

"End it's the corona virus at break around the world not the World Health Organization is warning that it's getting bigger and that most if not all countries should expect infections there are now cases of covert nineteen and more than fifty countries yesterday the World Health Organization upgraded the global risk posed by the outbreak to very high that's the highest possible level of alert we're joined now live on the line from Geneva by the WHO's spokesperson Christian Lynn Meyer can you tell us more about this upgrading to a very high level of alert what does that actually mean good morning it's remain respected so the risk of being affected and would be affected by the virus so that's that's basically what it refers to so it doesn't talk about the severity of cases or anything it's does talk about how likely it is that we see this virus around the world and affecting the lives of people okay but if it's already been a generally accepted that it's probably going to spread to almost every country in in the world why have we not seen the W. H. O. declare a pandemic cat because the type of spread is not yet at the pandemic level the spreading is very much controlled in many many countries including the UK right now so the case this means that a case which comes into the country gets detected the possible contacts get detected and isolated to treatment and corn tied to needs to walk one time for a couple of days for fourteen days and then that group of infected people is fine after a few weeks as long as it happens that way something troll way of the outbreak which we see in many many countries now but the type of outbreak we see let's say currently in Iran possibly maybe also in Italy is a type we don't want to see that's the type if we see that much more often than we would reach a level where we would be speaking about condemning levels I see countries like Australia are saying we should just act as if there is a pandemic is that the best course of action yes good possible way for any country soul many countries do have pandemic plans ready in the draw was literally and for them to act that way is it is a good way forward depending on the risk assessment for their own national situation again this depends very much on the very individual situation do you have a cynical single case with a few of the liars well in the context around it would you have people all over the country where you don't know how they got the infection how did they can be traced back to China so every country every region needs to look at its own individual situation risk assessment christened the Meyer thank you but let's hear now from professor Jonathan ball he's a virologist from the university of Nottingham here in the U. K. well first let's get to the questions that are on everyone's mind is this virus spreading are we all going to get it well it was interesting to listen to the WHO's spokesperson Matt I think you know the fact that many different places have different ideas and indeed many scientists have different ideas about whether or not this is a pandemic illustrates the risk that we'll face nothing most of the colleagues are speak to me certainly my view is that this is going to be incredibly difficult now to control and once we might be able to delay it all of the people of the worlds apart from those who've already been inspected all susceptible to the virus and Nestle I think it's it's almost a certain notes over the next few months and years the each and everyone of this is likely to come into contact with these fires my years I mean you say you said you you believe that this is incredibly different now to control when did you hit that point in your thinking what was that piece of information that made you think that we are past the point where this can be contained well I think there was there was always that worry just because the way that the virus behaves soaks in the very early days we had is our benchmarks the sars coronavirus outbreak is two thousand and two and also the ongoing outbreak of mers coronavirus but those viruses behave very differently the cause very serious disease in individuals and therefore it's quite easy to identify people who are infected to isolate them and then you do contact tracing and that brings the outbreak to to an end when you've got a virus like the current corona virus which causes incredibly mild symptoms cold or flu like symptoms in the vast majority of people are inspected that makes it incredibly difficult to identify people already inspected the Nestle to isolate them I don't think that's enough to believe what what was seen and I think the tipping point probably came with those at a run which is just got fairly fragile and health infrastructure in surveillance systems but of course the bordering countries definitely have caught fragile systems and then when we saw what happened initially which is the introduction of the virus from an unknown source and then quite a significant spread within that region I think that just highlights to a so what tension this virus has to spread okay interest quickly professor ball help how how rapidly are we learning about this virus how deadly is it okay we're learning into an amazing patient of the viruses or need identified in the outbreak at the end of last year so this first December two months later and we know so much about it but in terms of severity that's a really big question that maybe we don't have the full answer to yet because we think that twenty percent of people become seriously ill and maybe one to two percent die I think many of us expect that number to fall quite dramatically simply because there are lots of infections we suspect particularly in China that didn't get diagnosed and so what we're hoping that the serious cases the tests will will not be significant or as high as they currently seem

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Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran team up for World Mental Health Day

Donna and Steve

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran team up for World Mental Health Day

"Prince Harry and ed Sheeran have teamed up in a video message to raise awareness for world mental health day with a light hearted jive at their own plight as Britain's most famous red heads in the video shared on the official Sussex royal Instagram account the Sussex the famous do discuss the issue of mental health and urge everyone to look out for anybody that might be suffering in silence world mental health it is mark annually on October tenth and to mark the day prince Harry also visited the school in the British city of Nottingham the talk with students about mental health and the challenges they face in

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Centrism: the new populism?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

12:32 min | 3 years ago

Centrism: the new populism?

"During these last four years or so of ruction upheaval in the usually stable arena of British politics. It has been commonly supposed that something sometime has to give this week. It did MP's from both of Britain's major parties resigned. Their memberships and gathered together under the banner of the independent group. These MP's are broadly speaking either from the right wing of the left-wing labour party or the left wing of the right wing conservative party accordingly. A not unreasonably the independent group have found themselves characterized if not caricatured as centrists in certain agitated circles, these last few years centrist has become an insult a suggestion that those to whom it is applied are complacent careerists and all snug elitists, but what with one thing and another might centrism nevertheless, be Jew. A revival with a here in the UK or in other countries roiled by populism. What right now too. Centrism really mean, this is the foreign desk. There are certain things that I think people are yearning for to come back into the political debate long term issues that need desperate action climate change ageing society productivity in the economy, what on earth, we're going to do with technological revolution. All of those things have completely been put on the backburner that sense that you give any ground the stop being ideologically. Pure has lost any powers law slaughter sway over people. And that's where I think these of centrism is an insult partly comes from. 'cause it's come to mean being the wishy washy not really standing up believing as opposed to what I think people soup proponents that kind of at UB about what is about rational policy-making when we talk about centrism or the death of centralism what we are also talking about is the rise of ideologues. So by that token, I'm going to say centrism is basically the style of technocratic expert lead consensus. Politics making which seems to be on the way. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm Andrew moolah. And my first guest today walls, one of the first wave of seven defectors to the new independent group in the UK's house of Commons. Chris Liz Levi member of parliament for Nottingham east left the labor party earlier this week after thirty two years of membership saying labor had been hijacked by the machine politics of the far lift I spoke to Chris Leslie at colors house in Westminster. I started by asking him if he saw the independent group as a centrist movement. I think it is a center ground formation, basically trying to build a consensus around what we have characterized as the main stream values of the country. We worked together on a couple of sides of four of our statement of values the values not so the policy prescription. So we haven't sort of gone into particular details relate. Getting to one particular month of one particular, but we've talked very much about those things that we think cut across that center ground so notions of fair play focusing on opportunity and merit in terms of advancing through society, but also recognizing the importance of responsibility, both individuals having to take some responsibility. But also, the political responsibility international responsibilities. We all have I think the public. Yes. Want compassion in their politics and hate the fact that particularly from the conservative side. Has felt as though is left the vulnerable isolated, but they also care about tax payers money being spent properly with adequate scrutiny those are pretty basic things and sometimes taken for granted. But I think now is a period where we've had to reassert some of those values because the public have have haven't heard that from the main parties for a long time. What's your feeling about? Why centrism though has become it has literally become a term of abuse or centrist has become a turn of abuse, especially within the labor party in this country, which well within living memory prided itself on upholding exactly that you'll have heard this criticism already the idea that the independent group is basically a Tony Blair tribute act. Well, Tony Blair didn't have focused clue what was going on this week. And nobody he's I think he said himself. So we've decided to do our own thing and plow our own for oh, you can't look back to the last century for the answers of for the challenges that are going ahead. There are certain things that I think people are yearning for to come back into the political debate long term issues that need desperate action climate change ageing society in productivity in the economy, what on earth, we're going to do with technological revolution. All of those things have completely been put on the back burner because partly because Brexit has arrived and the main political parties have chosen to sit on the fence or take go down particularly euro-phobic route. So I'm aware that there is this attack that somehow the center ground is a grey scale mash up of those more clear of. Tipple's on either either end of the spectrum. I don't accept that characterization of the center ground. I think the values I hold are just as valid and strong, for example. I do not believe in lese, fair market solutions in all circumstances. I similarly do not believe in status ownership and control so answers in all circumstances. I believe in well-regulated Mark social market economy, which allows enterprise to thrive and helps us generate decent economy. So that the revenues we have pay for our public services and allows government to intervene on things like health and social care and education the basics that we all need to protect those most in need that isn't something that is has been talked about for a long time. And I think people have lost sight of that. But of course, it's it's a complicated thing sometimes to talk about that in a social media age wherein to itunes and sixty characters. Everybody wants to have. A black and white answer to every possible solution. You know, you've either got to be four something or against something and almost debate or nuance has been squeezed out of the body politic. And that is partly I think what hoping there will be a bit of a response to how do you respond to the criticism, which I know you've you've doubtless already heard and certainly going to here again, this is essentially a reanimation on attempt to reanimate the very very thing that the populist revolts from both sides of politics that we've seen were actually a response to. Yes and populism. I think is has is having its moment. I mean, you can see whether it's Trump in the states all happening in in Europe. And of course, it's fueled very much by this sugar, Russian the social media side. You can definitely whip up a lot of anger if you are a populist. But I think we now we've now coming to a point where that needs to be an antidote to populism insofar as I actually think if you build a populist appeal essentially on false promises that the solution to everybody's problem is something to do with stopping immigration, for instance, if you're coming from the right wing or that if everything is owned and controlled by an individual pulling levers in the treasury, then then everything will be fine that that those false promises will be found out. You know, one of the things I've worried about in the labor party has been the constant sort of tendency to go into making impossible promises, particularly on the on spending, which couldn't really be fulfilled and most people know in their hearts, they couldn't really be fulfilled without jeopardizing the economy, you know, everybody wants everything for free. But actually when you start asking, well d- mind, I ask how are you going to pay for it or where's the money coming from those difficult decisions have have been airbrushed out of the populist. Script and they don't want to have to confront some of those things. But as Trump is finding out in the states when it comes to fulfilling those promises that got him elected. He's now struggling with with when reality bites and similarly the populist movements are going to have to face that. And unless we have the confidence to call out. Snake oil salesman that actually they are peddling things that are not that are not realistic or achievable, then then the populace will continue to win if as seems likely for the next while anyway, the independent group is going to be thought of as what constitutes centrism in British politics. And I say that with all due respect to the Liberal Democrats how quickly and how practically I guess do you do you figure out how to stop? I think it's fair to say that right now, you'll see as being defined in terms of what you're not which is to say, you're not the hard left labor party. And you're not the cranky eurosceptic head bangers of the conservative party. How soon are you able do you think to start to finding yourselves in terms of what you are? Well, I hope from day one we've tried to have a positive and constructive set of values set out in on our website and on the put that we have from. Day one because it isn't just about what is wrong with the the main parties, it is very much about the values. We want to take forward now that isn't a full policy program or manifesto. We haven't even got the structures yet, we've got to have our inaugural meetings, and so forth and talk about you know, what roles people are going to do all of that is still to be to be discussed. But. You know, those positive values in the centre ground that echo as a microcosm of mainstream society. I believe we've had a good go at articulating those hope over the next few weeks and months people will look at that. And start to say, yeah, I understand where that's coming from. It is not about an ideological approach to understanding society or funding solutions it's about an evidence based approach to moving through public policy. Trying to take a longer term attitude to the way. Different challenges are addressed. But from a set of values that I think are certainly ones that I've always felt quite strongly about but people have to read them make their own judgment. And it's up to them. It's up to the public part of this is about also not. You know to to really push back at this notion that the party's own voters. Oh, this is a labor seat or this is a conservative area parties shouldn't own voters. They should earn votes from people. And I think we need a little bit more challenge to say stop being complacent. We want to try and earn votes by engaging with people and their interests and their attitudes. And hopefully, we'll try we'll try and do that. But it won't be a straight won't be a straight line. There will be ups and downs. If people are looking for disagreements between those of us who've come together, I'm sure they will be able to find them the nature of being an independent group is that we are going to take different stances between us, but I think we'll be able to tolerate those because in normal life people can tolerate different opinions. But somehow along the road, certainly within the labour party tolerance became forbidden. And you had to literally sign oaths of loyalty this past weekend to the great leader, and in a very intolerant environment, and that cultural changes of really really strong part of what we want to try and achieve that was Chris Leslie MP of the independent group.

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For U.K.’s Labour, Anti-Semitism and Corbyn Are as Divisive as Brexit

FT Politics

03:37 min | 3 years ago

For U.K.’s Labour, Anti-Semitism and Corbyn Are as Divisive as Brexit

"Leslie MP from Nottingham east to again is being very anti Jeremy Corbyn, but crucially Luciana Birger the MP for Liverpool way between I think she was the person that made this more than just a in cry against Labour's Brexit policy because she opened the press conference. She gave a very powerful speech talking about how she being bullied and treated by the party, and how the leadership hand done anything about it. Yeah. I think she did add real wait to and you're right.

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9 accused of bribing Skid Row homeless in voter fraud scheme

Markley and Van Camp

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

9 accused of bribing Skid Row homeless in voter fraud scheme

"Right. So there's this alleged voter fraud scheme in California in LA homeless people were being offered money and cigarettes in exchange for false and forged signatures on ballot petitions registration documents. What's been uncovered in L A? Prosecutors made the announcement yesterday afternoon. They engaged in the solicitation of hundreds of false or forged signatures on state ballot petitions that voter registration forms by offering homeless people a dollar or cigarettes for their participation. Wow. Hey, at least they're creating work or giving something to you know, they're giving a sense of purpose to the homeless population. See I disavow. I'm all about playing the skid row music that take I am separating myself from. Just so you know, that is crazy though. Yeah. Wow. Okay. She's taking advantage of people. Now, at least did tell the LA times, though, the signature gatherers did not appear to be politically motivated. Then why would they do it? They said it was just to try to make some money on behalf of organizations who were politically motivated either way there is political motivation behind this. Okay. Thanks for bringing that to the table. All right. Let's just get this dog thing out of the way. So we can move on. What are the foods that you're not supposed to feed a dog on thanksgiving? Besides salt water, taffy. I got this. It's not salt water taffy things that you can apparently according to Peter give your dog. Dargin specifically dogs here. Apples bananas baked potatoes carrots. Unsweetened? Cranberries, cucumbers, steamed green beans or greens cooked sweet potatoes without anything on them, pumpkin. Puree? That's all okay. That's all. Okay. So that a dog doesn't even want. Have you ever had an animal the pumpkin puree stuff? No, they love. They love it. Okay. It's kinda sweet. And it's also like high in fiber and stuff. So it helps them I had to feed them to the cats one time. I think the dog has passed on green beans, just so, you know, really, I think so the dogs got an innocent stuff. I don't ever remember the dog getting into the green beans leaving those for somebody else. Yeah. Okay. So those are all okay. Yes. What you're not supposed to do. Number one alcohol. Do not try to get your pet drunk. We need these. Great. Yes. Would it help? If I read it in a few key news anchor voice. Yes. It would lease arsov L phones zips from our local pita villian number one no alcohol for the pooch. You could say no huge for the poach. Okay. Hits already annoying. Don't give them stuffing. Because a lot of times you have onions scallions or garlic, which can be toxic for cats dogs. No ham. No Turkey bones, mashed potatoes that have like buttermilk onion powder. Garlic, no, grapes or raisins. Those are highly toxic chocolate. Of course. Okay. The don't worry about it. Just don't or you could just not feed him from the table. Yeah. One time, it seems like most people would know this stuff, right? Yeah. You know, one of those big Turkey legs. Yeah. Like, you get you know, if you're going to local event affair or something like that. Brought a couple of home for the family one time. And then, you know, there are still some meat left on it. Let the dog just go after it. Oh, you're not supposed to do that. Yeah. I know we found that out the hard way, she's fine. But it was ugly. Was it was very very a bone fragments stuck in her or something. No, no, wasn't that. It was you know, from you know, the. Listen manage the day before thanksgiving. I don't want to kill people's appetite. You know, it was ugly. Both ends. We'll just got at that. And then move on good news this year. Even though it seems like there's been panic mode from media, and so many people this has not been the worst year to be a human. No two thousand eighteen is not that year. No have to go way back in the past to find the worst year to be a human. Yeah. Researchers at the university of Nottingham at found the worst year to be a human was well starting in the year five thirty six awful sequence of events for human beings. There was a big volcanic eruption in Iceland that sent it. Big ash cloud into the air that caused a drop in temperatures that led to crop failures northern hemisphere benches few years later and five forty two to plague hit the eastern Roman empire. So he'll thousands and thousands of people. Yes. Keep everything in perspective. This is not that bad of a time to be alive. We have a lot to be thankful for. Yes. That devante Trump Email controversy. Trump dismisses that and who is now interested in this fill versus tiger match. We'll get to it. Coming up on the Mark clean van game show. Are you hungry for

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Rolls-Royce may use bug-like robots to assist airplane engine repair

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:46 sec | 4 years ago

Rolls-Royce may use bug-like robots to assist airplane engine repair

"Typically engineers want to get bugs out of their creations, not so for the UK engineering firm Rolls Royce. However, it's looking for a way to get bugs into the aircraft engines that it's still these bugs art software glitches or even actual insects. They're tiny robots modeled after the cockroach recently Rolls Royce shared the latest developments in its research into cockroach like robots at the foreign bureau. International airshow Rolls Royce believes these tiny insect inspired robots. We'll save engineers time by serving as their eyes and hands within the tight confines of airplane engines according to a report by the next web, the company plans to mount to camera on each bought to allow engineers to see what's going on inside an engine without having to take it apart, Rolls Royce, thinks it could even train. It's cockroach. Like robots to complete repairs. They could go off scuttling around reaching all different parts of the combustion chamber. If done conventionally, it would take about five hours with these little robots though. Who knows? It could take five minutes if programmed correctly Rolls, Royces already created prototypes of the little bought with the help of robotics experts from Harvard University and university of Nottingham, but they are still too large for the company's intended use. The goal is to scaled the Roach like robots down to a size about a half inch tall and wages too few ounces which Rolls Royce Representative said, should be possible.

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Coffee giant Starbucks opening in Italy, the home of espresso

Morning Edition

05:22 min | 4 years ago

Coffee giant Starbucks opening in Italy, the home of espresso

"Tomorrow. Starbucks will open its first store in Italy the country that considers itself, coffee, spiritual home, NPR's, Sylvia. Pohjola knows coffee, and she knows Italy. And she says the company has set itself up for challenge. The company's press. Release describes the Milan store is the crown jewel of Starbucks global retail footprint. It opens thirty five years after founder Howard Schultz visited the city that inspired

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Collapsed UK retailer BHS pension scheme secured by $1 billion insurance buyout

Today

03:14 min | 4 years ago

Collapsed UK retailer BHS pension scheme secured by $1 billion insurance buyout

"For members of house of Fraser's. Pension scheme after the retailer collapsed on Friday. But there is some good news for pensioners rob, young has more yes has the phrases pension scheme which has ten thousand members, was not bought by Mike Ashley sports direct when it picked. Up the shops and the stock on Friday say the scheme is headed for the industry lifeboat the pension protection fund when Jess collapsed in two thousand sixteen that is where it's, pension scheme ended up you'll remember that is, former owner Philip green was perceived by the regulator and Ended up handing over three hundred and sixty three million pounds well there has. Been some good news for those pensioners John. Ralph joins us from, Nottingham. Independent pensions album this morning John good morning rope VHS scheme that has been bought by an insurer. What does that mean for the nine thousand former VHS workers, nothing changes as far as the pensions that those nine thousand pension scheme members will receive but the good news, is that they now backed by a properly. Regulated insurance company which has proper. Capital and does he disposed of its business And that means the. Security of their pensions increased and it tastes good news and I'm very pleased about it you say the security of the. Pension is increased does that mean they will get all of the money that they're you know they will they will the the the. Way, it worked was that VHS pension scheme migrated. Transmogrify into beaches to fully green rotor three. Hundred sixty three million pound check the benefits that they received from that VHS too was slightly. Lower something night ten to fifteen percent so they will continue to get that lower level. Of, benefits but the security that's provided by the deal with PIC I take my hat off to PIC. Is better, than it was does, this mean that the system works and the pensions. Regulator seats for green Goethe money off him and the pensioners, will be fine well I think you probably could draw that conclusion if I was Philip. Sitting there in monarchy I think I might be slightly cross that my arm was twisted to pay a sufficiently launch check to allow the host Thing to be bought out because I didn't realize that was part of the the. Deal that he he did a year ago what do you think the fate will be of house of Fraser's pension scheme it is. In, a much better state we understand the jazz. One is about ten thousand people in the. House of Fraser pension scheme and gave all credit to house of Fraser is much better funded so the value of assets They will buy out so called out to? The pension protection fund level in a. Bit more so the scheme that has a cut of up to ten percent and pensioners income not yet retired end to end if you take into account all. The little all the little All the changes it's. A burger fifteen percent loss but what happens now is the pension scheme goes into the pension protection fund. So-called assessment period it will then come out in the fullness of time. That might take twelve months and then exactly like we just talking about with the pension scheme it will be. Bought and. Binding sure. At a. Slightly higher level than they were expecting from the PF they will still be taking a cut. The good news for all pensioners opensky members in the UK is the pension protection, fund is there to provide compensation and it's doing its job all

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