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"palace paul" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Italy. Today's travel with rick. Steves francis maes tells us how the local piazza is an important part of adult vita and sophie. Roberts tells us about her adventure to find decent piano for musical prodigy in mongolia by searching for the last pianos of siberia will hear about that in just a bit kings and queens with real power are a relic of the past in europe. Most of them today play ceremonial figurehead roles limited by their constitutions in britain pulls tell us most people are more or less supportive of the role. The windsors play as their royal family. Their lives are a regular beat for the british press and there are many elegance stops in british tourism connected to the queen and her family. Paul guest was an electrician on her majesty's royal yacht britannia when he was in the royal navy today. He works as a tour. Guide based in belfast. He's joined by. Elizabeth boardman a tour guide from bath not far from london. They're here to help us. Americans better understand the royals. In britain by the way our interviews recorded just prior to the global pandemic shutdowns liz. Paul thanks for joining us. Thank you very much right because if it's an interesting thing for us there's still kings and queens and in belgium and the netherlands spain over scandinavia. But they really have little power. But what's the purpose. Why do you. Brits willingly tax money to have kings and queens and princes printing around your country. I know that's a question that we always get asked his guides when we're doing our tours and yet one of the questions i always ask for members is put your hands up if you came on this tour just because we have a royal family. No one ever does that. We've got so much more to offer but the royal family are a big attraction for us as well because immediately. I'm sure if we just said prince charles prince william prince harry. Everyone has a visual of who they are because of the world media but for us as british citizens. It's a lot more than that. We're very personal about them. If we were to believe the Recent opinion polls approximately eighty eight percents of the british public are in favor of royal family which is quite surprising considering everyone still coming out of a depression and financial difficulties a hard but we like having the royals whether something actually practical about it and heavy responsibility to be a royal. Because do all the ceremonial stuff. I mean it's almost a fulltime job to be cutting edge hospitals and in the united states. We don't have anybody to do the ceremonial stuff except our politicians and in britain you can kind of divide. It threw the ceremonial stuff and politicians do the legislating. Yeah it's shared out between the royals. It's judy the of a sheduled which Follow i just want to reiterate what elizabeth sand and what what i think is It's a low for the royal family. I think we actually do love having a royal family On top of the huge amount of interest abroad and and brings in tourism and an income for the country to your heritage is sort of a celebration of england. Yeah goosebumps jurist. It's it's very interesting. So they are limited by the constitution so Do they have any political power at all. If a if a royal had a strong feeling about something what would they do. The house been royals of mid their feelings known especially prince charles on certain subjects. But as far as i'm aware they are told to sort of rain in a little bit on. Keep their opinions to themselves. So let's have a quick review of the royal family these days. Of course we've got queen elizabeth. She's getting old but she seems to be Still the metal name is did you of edinburgh also known as prince philip prince philip in their children so the eldest is prince charles who will be on next monarch followed by his sister. Princess own followed by his brother prince andrew. I'm also also a further brother. Who is prince edward. So all of these people are healthy and still in public Very match very much in the next generation. There's probably a lot of nieces and nephews. There is many nieces. And as we're speaking at the moment we've got three kings and one queen in waiting to go on the throne. What does that mean well. Basically what it means the next person in line for the throne when the queen dies will be prince. Charles right that will then be followed. By prince william his eldest son then prince william's eldest son prince george. Okay then we have his prince william's daughter princess charlotte. So i said that makes sense when the eldest son know if charles had an older daughter would she be next in line or is it still the old fashioned. Still be william. But when william and kate. Kate middleton who is william's wife when they were expecting prince george the eldest son. The law was changed if owner. So they couldn't grandfathered in but yeah grandfathered in so to speak the before the child was born. They changed the law. So they how that's historic it's historic. Donner gets the same rights in the lineage jackson. As it turned out they had prince george. But if prince george's had been girl it would have been a queen. Wow this is travel. With rick steves. We're talking the royal center joined by two english citizens. Both who seem to be fans at the royals. You don't strike me. As particularly conservative people and it's eighty percent of the brits are like celebrate tavern royal. We've got liz boardman and paul guest. When we travelled to england a big part of our visit is citing. And you see the changing of the guard at buckingham palace. so liz. how do we know when there's a change guard because it's not every day it's not every day just look online we have what's called royal dot uk. And because i i remember in the old days it was like every other day as long as it's not raining or something the weather can make an kind of influence for and also if we're having any state visit. Yeah so check on that and guidebooks. We'll tell you where to stand when to beware. But it's a procession that goes several hundred yards and its military parade and it's If you wanted to see the gods themselves and as you said the normally accompanied with a band with them on horses as well. It's it's one of the typical spectacles of coming to london. You're leading for a few days. There's a very good chance in the morning you'll see the mounted parade going up to the palace the extra changing of the guard. You're going to be pushed against that iron railing and it's hard see it actually. Is the topic victoria monument. That's very good. Tiff actually just get the elevated view. But the only thing i would say i'm normally the changing of the guard is around about eleven o'clock in the morning you would need to be in place for an hour beforehand. I love stepping out of my bed and breakfast. And hailing a taxi one of those beautiful cabs in london. Those black cabs and saying buckingham palace. I'll do you realize they think you're off to a garden party within the palace or okay. So we've talked about buckingham palace Great opportunity for travelers. Just outside of london is windsor palace. Paul is it worth the trouble to go out of lending to see windsor palace. Definitely i think any of the places outside. London linked to the royals are. They're all west vein. Which are those places. Got windsor sandringham. Balmoral some retreat for royal family now winter's classic palace experience. You've got the maze. You've got the big dollhouse you've got all sorts of beautiful things to check out when you go there and a lot.
"palace paul" Discussed on Deserter Pubcast
"Customers newest counting never picked up a pistol whipple. kind of ruined his career ready as A. Lot of people that wasn't the way to behave. Much, better than stopping it's not much better. But at least in keeping with. The stabbing is so keeping you settling disputes. With. Weapons. This country. Moving on to have a news of the news quickly You do you see the actual? Test. For covid nineteen years. Yeah that was yeah. That was a ground-breaking guests I did read about that. Yes how to test yourself corona virus step one. Poor glass of wine and tried to smell it oh. Yeah. You can smell the wine then drink some see if he can taste. Yeah. Clever step three if you could smell it and taste it. You can probably confirm you don't have current bars. last night I detest nine times on the one negative thing gold. sits not I'm going to try again because I woke up with terrible. Feel I might be coming down with something. That's not. Just being silly. Well You. Tasted Snowman's news. And I saw that just re referring. Up, previous podcast which was bound. But Molly when we wandered around smoking weed and Crystal Palace Paul. and. I was pleased to see that he is to have a plaque erected. Christoper's Park Bowl. Great Yes yes. I. Saw that. Yes. A not not played. Play. A bit harsh. And to commemorate. Bulbs biggest and last London. GIG. Spoke about las time. That's a nice little follow up and and also a corporation that Johnny Nash sadly died eight week and an he of course along with pope visited Pack Amana School. For. The kids the game, which we which you can Hear about in previous PODCASTS and. Yeah now, you want talk about a discovery in Manhattan yes. That's right. Officials discovered under Grand Central Station Man Cave. Containing fruit on a wide screen TV and a fridge stopped with beer. Strange civilization could live there. was three workers who was suspected of using it as the legal break room A. which which they denied. But. Yeah. Perfect. I mean I guess whoever's done the sports subscription is gonNA get dumb for that because. True. But it is gonNA have to work. Well. We've all we've all got I, mean, this is the nest count bidders you find a secret spotter. And Yeah He can go there and you break. Your break. Congrats to them. I, mean there's an early entry for the bum doses if you ask me. But yeah, I did enjoy that. I wanted to mention marks and sparks new crisps Oh. Yeah. This is this is the Christmas section isn't Christmas section moving onto the crispy session? Yeah. Sometimes, an idea is so clear. So obvious. So natural that. Time almost seems to stand still and. And it becomes eternal. I'm talking. About monsters expenses. Roast Potato Flavor Chris. Oh. That's Genius Roast Potato Crisps. Thanks to case tiffany about these. Honestly a so obvious isn't it? So brilliant I mean. Maybe. There's a little bit more to the mom not done yet by the way but. Obviously there's a bit so pepper, but there's also hinder rosemary and a touch of garlic just not everyone does. These days I'm sure. I'm looking forward to those attending goose fans. Yes exactly. Yeah. Further Crisp News A, nation mourns the loss of the Chris. Brand. BRANAGAN's remember. The roast beef. UNMOLESTED. Powerful strongest. Gino's was. Forever forever. Yeah. KP Snack said demanded dipped dramatically. The many people pointed out as because you haven't been fucking putting minimal the pubs. tosses. The food critic Tom Parker Bowles said the news brought a tear to my eye just as glorious Christmas dinner with a mighty mustard blast clever. Yeah. It's a travesty wrapped in a debacle. That has Really, upset about that. Yeah. Me Too. Is. that it for Crisp News. Like some hungry I am yeah Yeah. I want to tell them about ECON managed not happy. Fish Bingo Sandwich. Okay. Let's get back on the trail of Dylan. Shall we But before we do. Too. Yeah. We'll be heading south now. I'm pleased to say we'RE GONNA hit two Hon Hill. Se Twenty Four. To a great to listed Victorian building and one of just two, hundred, seventy pumps. The campaign for Real Ales National Inventory of historic pub interiors. For many years. Was a live music venue. And date now suddenly no longer but it does host live and. Each year for Dylan Day on the fourteenth of May. For one English pint. Can you name this pub? Rage rage against the dying of the light. Okay. Here we are. In her and Hill and we are of course at. The Hoffman the half. Moon. where. We another pint of. London pride, not quite as good as one of the more because I. Know. despite the fact that the health news now fullest pump. Yeah. Make of that what you will. Yeah off mood. There's you see on the on the website in the on on on the Puck 'cause page some very handsome Victorian pub. Inside and out. As Dylan, Thomas would have known because he was a regular. Yes. The little people know that not a lot of people. Didn't Thomas would come to her hill towards London Welsh. Rugby team. Where did they play? They played at her Vanna drive time. And confusing local overlords the state wouldn't allow on the premises. So the team in the supporters adopted the half moon as their clubhouse. And Thomas as we might expect, it was a very vocal contributing member to this fromm. His friend Evans Samuel Sculptor record him as adding great lustre to the occasions. Hair in offering. and. It's not hard to imagine him holding Co. in a little back snuggle waving his cock around..
"palace paul" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Shoots out of bounds it'll be Xavier's ball Carter checks out of the ballgame for the musketeers appalled drugs into the game along with Tyrese Jones Bryce more Kiki Tandy and Jack free mail the five for the most two if they were going to get a shot Kiki ten Joe he's going to he's not have one open look in the short time he's playing this game Paul Scruggs top of the key dribble to the left side has to keep the TT back to the bucket fades away on a fifteen footer heavy off the I or no good I was a spin move in a fade away rebound taken by Providence white brings it across the time line into the low post your book is on the way by watching no good nice rebound taken by Joel box out on the yellow Jones he did the work on the perimeter behind the back dribble takes it to the top of the key now to Paul Scruggs down the lane bounces the Jones he's guilty lays it up it's the bottom side of the room he was formally that ball as he tried to raise it up to shoot it came off his palm that's why I hit the underside of the real problems with the basketball work at the top of the key is right down the line think back to the free throw line wants to back out beyond the three point arc we want you back to the center concert when Alex celebrates the right point rebel dot on the floors to give that up to a teammate process this fall Scruggs logical Jones for two more the bulls lose war is able to shop which was to be made to grow they ran a fast break the press one to the right side of the bucket above the rim Jones gently pushed it back to the spring Xavier is tied at twenty six he greeted me with the first guy to the floor Joe he wanted it more than anybody else the turned it into a easy buckets three point shot recount of my problems block where the musketeers in a palace Paul the scramble for the work for the rebound off the glass but it's great defensive plays by the musketeers a dime on the floor the block.
"palace paul" Discussed on Tales
"Back at the palace, Paul and Sophie embraced finally as husband and wife as future king and Queen as Princess Sophie gazed upon her new realm, a thought occurred to her alas, if my mother only knew her heart would be restored anew. Between a talking horse that chooses not to speak until after his death and a character only exercising her. Magic powers to control the wind. Perhaps. There are a few too many bizarre elements to package this story into happy children's entertainment, but the themes in the story of the goose girl are still relevant today. It touches on the complicated dynamic between employer and employee. The idea that deception will only get you so far and the importance of finding the confidence to stand up for yourself. Understandably some modern Retailing's have handled the deaths of Martha and fell at a characters differently. In some versions, Martha is forgiven or punished less harshly and often the decapitated Falatah comes back to life at the end. Speaking of fellas talking severed head that plot point is not as bizarre as it sounds to modern listeners folklore from various cultures holds. The belief that decapitated heads nailed to gates can help ward off disease or fight off enemies. Another thing that is more understandable with context is Conrad's obsession with Sophie's hair gold or silver hair, often indicates Royal blood and folktales. This also explains how the king might have had an inkling that Sophie was the true Princess all along and as for Sophie herself, we witness her evolution from a meek Princess who can barely talk back to her waiting made. To an empowered woman who uses magic to fight off her harasser to at last a rightful Princess who speaks her story out loud. The biggest takeaway from this tale can be summed up with a common saying the truth will set you free. Even though it worked out here. We don't necessarily recommend telling it to a stove. Thanks for listening to tales. We'll be back in two weeks with a new episode. You can find more episodes of tales as well. As all of podcasts. Other shows on apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher, Google play or your favorite podcast directory. Several of you have asked how to help us. Well, if you enjoy the show the best way to help is to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at par cast network. Join me in two weeks for another dark and surprising. Fairytale tales was created. By max Cutler, it is a production of Cutler media and is part of the park cast network. It is produced by max, Ron Cutler sound design by Kerry Murphy with production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Paul skinned additional production assistance by Maggie admire and Carly Madden. Tales is written by Mullen. Von Euler HOGAN, I'm Vanessa Richardson. And here it is a clip of the first episode of espionage. It's about a young American couple who were accused of spying for the Soviet Union in the late nineteen forties to listen to the full first episode subscribe to espionage wherever you listen to podcasts. Rose of records flashed past Julius Rosenberg as he made his way deeper and deeper into the army signal corps building he checked his watch trying to remain as casual as possible that was the secret to being covert remain, perfectly normal. He pulled a paper bound file from the shelf, and unwrapped it inside was a manual dictating the full schematics on the US jet fighter. The p eighty shooting star this plane was the choice fighter for the American forces. And with any luck the Soviets would know every system on board just then a door slammed at the other end of the room. Someone was there. Julius didn't have much time. He pushed back his horn rimmed glasses and removed a small like a camera from a suitcase. He snapped pictures of the file one page at a time faster faster faster, then as the footsteps turned the corner, he tied the string around the file and placed it back on the shelf. It was just a record assistant restocking books. Julius nodded in continued on his way. That night Julius called his handler on the phone it rang twice, and he hung up. That was all his handler needed to know. Julius had information. This
"palace paul" Discussed on Night Call
"It's got a big cast. And there's lots of parts so everybody it's not like fan. I'm where there's really only like two parts. So you're watching the PBS like taped version of into the woods like time. Yeah. The one with with Bernadette. Yeah. Oh my gosh. I love her so much. But is it into the woods? Isn't it? We've been like a bunch of all fairytales. Yeah. Just to wrap up on the phantom the phantom tip. I was asking if anyone else had seen phantom of the paradise. What's that? I love that. Oh my gosh. Brian depalma remake of phantom of the. And you know, a palace. Paul Williams is the phantom, and what's her name the chick from suspicion is the main is the girl. Whoa. I can't remember her name. It is great. You will all enjoy it. It's like seventies. We watch the other thing I was going to bring up about fan of and like really on the on the spectacle subject is that there's also phantom like a phantom of Broadway spectacular. That's the Vegas show. Because while I was watching it. I was like this is a basically a show fray much smaller venue than I think it would be an in Vegas. But like you if you're really just going to see these huge feats of stagecraft, or whatever you could cut about an hour out of the show, and really like have a banger you were really pushing for the BAAs Lerman Cirque du Soleil show bachelorette party, I had to I had to push back and be like we're going to see magic. My we may. Yeah. But I was like next time. We're gonna go see one of those. I would also be enchanted by some Cirque du Soleil, but they do have a long version stage musical now that you this is where we part company. In case, you wanna go see a show next to New York on old Broadway. Night, call on Broadway. What if we do just a Broadway show, and it's just all chandelier drops for like two hours? Did you know there's a sequel to phantom of the opera that is apparently one of the worst things of her may people Lamey about whatever die. It's like they reunite. It's like row will and her end up the the guy that she marries at the end and the stupidest ending of all time like he ends up like of being a dud of a husband. And then sit character is terrible. And then they they go to some beach town or something isn't Coney Island. That's where they leave. It may be something along those lines. No, Rachel is telling me in Coney Island. Yes. Yeah. Act. It's like stand fiction come to life. So absolutely. But but somebody else's telling me that Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote the part of Christine for Sarah Brightman, his wife. And I was like, well, why doesn't why teachers end up with him. And like that's clearly what how it should end. But I guess the phantom. Yeah. People can write fan fiction forever about those not enough fan fiction of phantom of the opera. We look. It's like a phantom is born I feel like between phantom of the opera and also like tuxedo mask because phantom of the opera. Totally totally. I think that a lot of young children of eighty young girls of eighties. Really? Nowhere in a scary mask. Yeah. Masks and formal wear we got really like the triggers for us just like a scream mask and tuxedo. All right. All right. That doesn't this this? Sweet. Thanks, guys. Yeah. Thank you so much you're being here. Leslie, of course, thank you, Leslie, delight..
"palace paul" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The getgo legend six come down and sees misery strana donning his own knievel like costume and using an indian scout motorcycle to jump over fifty two crushed cars then soaring over sixteen greyhound buses and finally jumping one hundred forty nine feet clearing the fountains at caesar's palace paul stevens fox news seven twenty seven i think that being unemployed is never easy we can all agree on that but where you live might determine how hard or easy your time out of work will be in now there's a new report revealing which states are the best in the worst for those who are seeking a new gig go banking rates has come up with a list of the best and the worst states for unemployed job seekers to took a look at three key factors employment growth rate the unemployment rate and the number of weeks a resident can collect unemployment so christina overall who got the big nod well ron overall colorado is the best states to be unemployed in having the country's highest unemployment grocery and the fifth lowest unemployment rate so the top ten best states to be employed in unemployed an excuse me number ten new hampshire number nine is texas number eight is wisconsin number seven vermont number six minnesota who they are again minnesota number five tennessee number four of the top ten best as to be unemployed in idaho massachusetts comes in third number two utah number one is colorado so on the flipside missouri is the absolute worst state to be unemployed in might actually qualify as the were state to be in it only offers thirteen weeks of unemployment insurance magin that which is half the time that most states offer plus it has the eighth lowest employment rate now the ten top ten worst states to be unemployed.
"palace paul" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"I don't know why you're trying to follow it up i would be everyone's got gotta every single album has a little different flavor you know and and it's like i'm sure if you have like an hour of comedy you feel like you got to after a while playing over and over and over again you need you need something fresh you i don't know what that's like the same changed joke and no trust me i'm going through a thing all right i'm going to the camera brea take a break and nelas paul is brought the tar we assume it's a guitar it could be some sort of murder device we just found out that i love is murder ready locked the door the second he walked in and then he breaks out any went pesaro murderers house right you'll get his eyes glowing we didn't really read the story he might be the golden killer well that's true i know they said they caught him but maybe he drove by just be like yeah that's right all right hey guys matt here with some dates for you ellis paul's on twitter at palace paul songs but you really wanna go to ellis paul dot com that's where you can back his new album and be one of the first people to actually get the album as you will hear on the show later or maybe you've already heard it i don't know what he said but but the people who back this this thing at this stage will get it probably before christmas and then the doesn't come out until next year so that's worth doing and checkout delvaux levels because there's a lot of cool stuff going on over there l is paul dot com for all your ellis paul needs let's see never not funny is going to be live this weekend in chicago one thirty show it's chicago's rosemont zanies that is never not funny live at one thirty playing games live at four pm on may twelfth and we've got brian newnan and bill leff on those shows respectively probably a couple of tickets left but get in there and while the getting is good and after that we're going to brooklyn but that's sold out on june second so checkout june third we are at acme in minneapolis.
"palace paul" Discussed on Constitutional
"There she got involved in the british suffrage movement and she joined up with some of the country's most radical militant separatists they smashed windows regularly got arrested went on hunger strikes blake with elizabeth katie stanton in lieu krisha ma palace paul's time any england was formative and cemented her indignation she came back to america nineteen ten at twenty five years old and she immediately got involved in the national american woman suffrage association that anthony had previously led alice paul's work with organization brought her to washington d c or and national amendment that would finally give women the rights to votes under the constitution but by that point the organization had started focusing more on local efforts for example securing the right to vote in state constitutions since that was starting to prove more promising than actually bringing about a national change but alice paul was dedicated to a constitutional amendment this introduced yet another fracture in the women's movement and by 1916 paul and a number of other suffragette started their own national woman's party they used aggressive insistent tactics to draw the fight into the spotlight including marches were they ended up attacked by men and relentless picketing outside the white house while withdrew wilson was pressman the gut arrested from the white house and she made sure there's a lot of famous people on the line of the gut arrested she understood though she had famous woman on that line got arrested that would be a lot more impactful so they did and then it will they got arrested and thrown in jail they went on hunger strike.
"palace paul" Discussed on Critical Role
"There is a slight single but it's mostly just say presi uh ha as our um as you guys you have any meals and your your your germany feeding food into um everyone will upset the press code gene i wrote a one seventeen as for toss lovely six eight sixteen than they pass in his training right understood uh good to note andrew but personal living for i'm not era you guys are in middle a meal you hear you here clearing the vis stolnis and quite a bit low munching and who has sitting at the table adjacent to you guys completely unnoticed in his injury is seeker assume arms crossed subversion snake eighty taxi here we are not no meth obviously not it's one of the conversation with the rest of you please continue to eat thai doesn't disturb you over of things is out to have freitas half i've orgy would i appreciate you try this a kuna for tougher it's rigging or colonel maternal health and let him tell that entire ours i am with wonderful meal this comes just are things have suddenly gotten sticky happened this is the foremost i would like to think he will keep if fora clearing my hands cold dry would have blocked me to some form of men full chom during my attempts to aid vacs parts and again simon little defence for it contains will ride things are a bit mixed up it's hard to explain at let's just ab been clouded in my judgment for the past few days until you pens me i i'm sorry to uphold the charade back in the palace paul visa mine.