23 Burst results for "Peckham"
"peckham" Discussed on Jimmaa Attorney FM, WAAGJ FM
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"peckham" Discussed on Barstool Pick Em
"Welcome back barstool. Peckham week three Welcome invoice welcome in i. Actually i wanted to do something a little different this week. I wanted to start with some sports trivia not trivia but more like hey. Let's live learn. Some sports lessons. If i can do that. Can i start. I think mine's more important. Happy yom kippur. It's not it's not boy though. Not today it is no no not no. I think it's tomorrow it well. People are listening to it. Okay but europe for show or not doing for real you say and you're doing for show no. I'm not doing it for the today. It is today know anyone. That's listening to this. It's yom kippur. I looked it up and it was wednesday. Save this h man. Move all auto yet is saying it's okay. It's not right now. This is pandering pan. And by the way i can't went and listening to this show is listening to on. You can't win. It's not and i also don't think yom kippur is like no. It's not a happy happy. Rochon happy new year. This is not a happy. Okay you pander did you hander. I knew the day to look at this point. It's not as bad as bringing in mozzarell- no no no no that was bad. Yeah urine hitler youth. I listen to your thing that was good. That was told you knew that i looked it. Up no reminder So like just just to let people at home. No yom kippur which he just wish me. Happy yom kippur on a day. That is is not young people yet but just to let you know here..
"peckham" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Stories that to see them imported to the italian western is really no surprise. Because they're they are both partaking of a myth and then doing their best to reveal the workings of that myth and in many cases to push to the point of absurdity. Make it in many ways even more powerful and it's one of the things i think. We probably all love about italian westerns particularly but european western in general. Because since westerns aren't rooted in any methology would also see the heritage of Off myths in spaghetti whisks than in the great silence to ground that to to counter that. At bit as mike. You were mentioning the expectation element and this is something that we have not really touched upon yet about the great silence is definitely also an exploitation. Film yet is great to great masterpiece of cinema due to circumstances into to tell him to an influences and so on but it is definitely also and expectations of and i think that's interesting when we're talking about the tragic story off of the western and the the discourse of violence that we discussed a few minutes ago. Because i'm i'm it would be so easy to construct a foil and to say well. The classic hollywood western aid is always naive. it is always reactionary Eight is stupid is just for children. or for right-wing idiots. Yeah but that that's also not the case I mean if we look at the great classic westerns by ford. Anthony men but betcha governor and so on these are also very complex films. They seem to be a simple. I launch perhaps but it will look at them closely. They is complex as it gets but they are not explicit. Yeah in a lot. of course it's Its implicit an due to circumstances. Obviously due to the production code. Yes you could not speak expert sidley about some things and this changes to than in in post-code hollywood than in in peckham pas soldier blue little big man but by the detour so to speak all the european and especially the italian expectations so when we talk a lot about criticism of violence and it's definitely their rate. Silence is a critical of violence and especially the role. Violence plays a and a end. A capitalism eat is also An expectations and i think that's one of the reasons why the film was such a success. There are not only with the left wing intelligentsia but also The popular audience. And i think that's important for the history of of the drama too. I don't so sane that what. You're seeing in westerns. like silence. and any number of other westerns in which you have heroes villains or those characters fall in between who are differently abled to use the now correct way of saying that in america but who are wavering under handicaps. They're blind their deaths. They've lost a him. They can't see the color red. All of these things are being reflected at the same time in martial arts movies in really big way and you see when you looked at the marquees in times square. You're really saying you know the blind dunkin master or the no hit the no legged samarai with a different look. Frank missing today to make them like totally invincible. They.
"peckham" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Stories that to see them imported to the italian western is really no surprise. Because they're they are both partaking of a myth and then doing their best to reveal the workings of that myth and in many cases to push to the point of absurdity in many ways even more powerful. And it's one of the things i think. We probably all love about italian westerns particularly but european western in general. Because since westerns aren't rooted in any methology would also see the heritage of Off myths in spaghetti whisks than in the great silence to ground that to to counter that. A bit as mike. You were mentioning the expectation element and this is something that we have not really touched upon yet. The mean the great silence is definitely also an exploitation film. Your is great to break masterpiece of cinema due to circumstances into to tell him to an influences and so on but it is definitely also and expectations of and i think that's interesting when we're talking about the tragic story off of the western and the the discourse of violence that discussed a few minutes ago because i'm many would be so easy to construct a foil and to say well. The classical hollywood western aid is always naive. it is always reactionary Eight is stupid is just for children. or for right-wing idiots. Yeah but that that's also not the case I mean if we look at the great classic westerns by ford. Anthony men but betcha governor and so on these are also very complex films. They seem to be a simple. I launch perhaps but if you look at them closely they is complex as it gets but they are not explicit. Yeah in a lot. of course it's Its implicit And due to circumstances obviously due to the production code. Yes you could not speak expert sidley about some things and this changes to than in in post-code hollywood than in in peckham pas soldier blue little big man but by the detour so to speak all the european and especially the italian expectations so when we talk a lot about criticism of violence and it's definitely their rate. Silence is film critical of violence and especially the role. Violence plays a end to end. A capitalism eat is also An expectations and i think that's one of the reasons why the film was such a success. There are not only with the left wing intelligentsia but also The popular audience. And i think that's important for the history of of the drama too. I don't so sane that what. You're seeing in westerns. like silence. and any number of other westerns in which you have heroes villains or those characters fall in between who are differently abled to use the now correct way of saying that in america but who are wavering under handicaps. They're blind their deaths. They've lost a him. They can't see the color red. All of these things are being reflected at the same time in martial arts movies in a really big way and you see when you looked at the marquees in times square. You're really saying you know the blind dunkin master or the no hit the no legged samarai with a different look. Frank missing today to make them like totally invincible. They.
London Pub Emerges From Lockdown With Gusto
"Home owners are hoping for a big pandemic come back in Britain the prince of Peckham pub in London has already had speed dating night demi all Janay gave it a try Helen Waller says pubs are a good way to reconnect white people I mean it's on buying ana is the owner of the principessa he sees a pop as the heart of the community it's an area where you can celebrate you could warn you can log off you can cry you could break up make up like you can be black white Allstate we should be doing J. to be anything other events planned this week at the pub or drag brunches and neon and naked life drawing I'm at Donahue
"peckham" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion
"Find a way to measure it. You will absolutely so with that being said tell me how does this impact. The client does reviewing the process. Mitigating risk establishing. Kpi's only have any term impact or is there more we should be thinking about. It accidentally goes beyond the internal impact. Now everything a financial services organization does and in this case for us a banker intact impacts client so after all this is why you fintechs operate today on a daily basis is further clients so taking the time to understand what was planned house actually going internally and externally and making adjustments means internal movements but it's also ongoing enhanced service for clients. It's just really exciting to know that what you do is impacting the extra audience. And i find that the more honest and you can be about how things are truly going within your organization. The veteran organization is actually going to be long her now. What are your thoughts. John so a couple things one. I think the more he bring the external impact back to your staff. The more you motivate your staff your staff can see what they do what they do directly impacts the success of the client. I think that motivation right. There is almost as good as compensation But i would. I would have that in establishing. Kpi's it's imperative to ask you constituents what's important to him without doing so risk establishing. Kpi's provide little or no value to your customers whether they be internal extra. I also strongly believe that transparency is key. Share those results with all of your stakeholders you going through the trouble of measuring performance. Your kpi's publishing them helps you build trust enhance that relationship like you talked about earlier dishes exercise. It's important that you do this. Periodically circle back are these. Kpi's measuring still relevant today. Is there an opportunity for me to improve them. What if what am i Customers think of them you know a ceo that once worked for would say inspect what you expect your kpi's your indicators are really expect right you work with your customers you work with your internal constituents to develop what those measures are in how you're performing to those publishing those actual numbers is the inspector part allows you back in the logic customer too. I love that everyone listening to just go by that quote of your your ceo. And one thing that you said here which i love and we're gonna talk more later on in another episode. This podcast series. I believe episode fi. Which is this is not a one and done exercise if your organization is planning to evolve in scale going back and looking at the. Kpi's that you have in place is absolutely critical. Unnecessary in order to scale in actually continued at proof. Yeah by the way. Time isn't always your measure of to revisit these things right. You know. it's great to say. I'll revisit these every year but maybe every year is at the right time. Maybe there's been a significant change in your business right that li that should drive your time to revisit those. Kpi's yeah exactly. I completely agree with you so today. John and i really hope that you've been able to take away. How operational Calls for current process review risk assessments and implementing he performance indicators..
"peckham" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion
"Your own so for example if i answer. Services call center would measure performance in ways of average handle time for call resolution There'd be customer sat force. This will drive the way that your employees are treating your your clients in on the other hand back office operations which has no no. That's my favorite a potentially track. Let's say depending on the line of business. It could be the number of legal orders number of claims resolved or loans not mention managed service level. Timeframes is also be considered as a key. Pi so if there are internal and external service level agreements or sla's place. These types of agreements are very important because they drive not only performance. But they drive the relationships. Yes yes they do. You know. I wanna take off a little bit on a comment you made earlier. You talked a little bit about how some things are. Hard to measure in that. There's a need to be creative. I would argue that. If if something is important enough you will find a way to measure it. You should find a way to measure. Yes you may need to be creative maybe instead of looking at strictly numerical output you look at things like net promoter score. You look at things slack. Results of end user focus. Groups are things of that nature. The point is if it's important to you if it's important to your customer if it's important you business.
"peckham" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion
"Again brise i'm gonna agree with you without having something a benchmark yourself against over time. You have no way of objectively knowing whether or not you're performing to customers expectations you have no way of gauging whether you're harnesses improving or declining over time nor identifying where your areas for improvement are lastly without metrics. Neither you nor your team members have an objective way of knowing how they're doing collectively or individually which may lead to surprise it performance review time and nobody likes those kinds of surprises another reason to establish kpi's to help planning for example. If you know you have capacity constraints say one person can produce x number of widgets per day. The right kpi's monitored over to overtime. We'll help you proactively address. Those constraints by adding resources timely. The also help you build your business case when you go to look for funding or an f. t. finally publisher. Kpi's to your constituents provide that level of transparency to build trust and again reduced prices. Absolutely so with all that being said. What would you suggest as recommended approach for leaders today in establishing your kpi's well first they do need to define what they're trying to accomplish as we discussing the first two episodes of this podcast now than it's important to go back and review the previous performance so understanding what's already taken place We're we can improve. And what new goals might look like for the organization or that business unit precisely so with this information leaders can recognize the opportunities. I love going back and looking at metrics from I always give it a thirty sixty ninety day. Maybe one twenty. You can even do annual if there's been. Kpi's is in place that long In for example measuring comparing individual performances. Really big that alone will tell a business unit where there can be Meeting more accomplished comes to productivity of their employees. so let's say for even Let's say for instance where they were never keep. He is in place now. This is merely common in companies today as it usually just run with your business without any definition of process. They're just doing their fame in. That's okay to begin with so with technology today. That's where we have the capabilities to go back and pull data to retract the production so this enables us to calculate output and set new expectations for future performance. So some performance items they can't be measured on and you'll find this from time to time. It's nothing to be alarmed but it's also not something to just ignore and say oh we can't measure it will will get it done This is where you can be absolutely creative finding ways to capture that productivity and however there's just various forms of doing this which is where you know it consultant might come into place if you just can't reach that result on.
"peckham" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion
"Hello welcome to link fintechs. Fusions third episode of the vein operational alignment series. I'm tina brown. Principal at ccd catalysts. And with me. i have john peckham also a principal. Cd's i don the Absolutely i'm really excited about this conversation. In episodes one into through identifying how your business units performance supports reaching the overall his ational goals and had a full visibility of the overall health. Your business unit in today's episode we're going to discuss. How operational limet calls for current process review risk assessments an implementing key performance indicators sadat. Let's start with discussing how important it is for a financial services organization to complete an internal operational assessment..
Action Tutoring NTP Tuition Partner: On Delivering Online Interventions in Schools
"Talk to us about. How action tutoring works. Who you'll volunteers how you work with them. And what the scope of what. You're doing now designate so action jeez ring us is volunteers from a really large range of backgrounds. And we have criterias. I'm sure any A high profile and high quality organization does and so we want 'em cheers volunteers. Who have the academic ability to choose your effectively. But also the communication and motivation that sits right with 'em our mission and so that means that the range of of of jesus we have we say eighteen to eighty two. I think is the spreads. Yea really really big. And it's incredible to see how different ages backgrounds of jesus resonate with different people's there's no magic pairing that we can predict. Sometimes it just clicks and our volunteers several of the my you know at least ten percent are qualified teachers themselves not in the classroom anymore. They might be retired so they they do. Come with significant experience in the mainstream education am space but a lot of our teachers are simply incredibly passionate about either english or mats. I want to convey that love and energy to to a young person. Who does it baby house that. Save level of enthusiasm so our target population as we call them of. Our peoples are disadvantaged peoples in receipt of free school meals and in the recent years but also those who are underachieving so at risk of not getting those just essential grades is passing grades. So we're not working with those who have quite specialists needs nor are we working with those who are high achievers. Aiming for university is another amazing organization the access project. They're working with that group We're working with everybody else in the middle those who it could really make a difference to get over the line. We've been around. I'm nine years growing in scale and each year started off with a couple of schools peckham in london with susannah and this year. We're expecting to be over two hundred and supporting over five thousand people's am and with. Thanks definitely from the the opportunity afforded to us by the national tutoring program. Right okay so. Let's talk about national teaching program. We are how many weeks so we kicked off As we always do in october but the ntp launched officially at the beginning of next week. Six now excellent. Okay so what do you see. How does it work. What's what can what are the challenges. Yeah explain it to us. Yeah well we've essentially a apply to be a tuition provider with the mvp based on our model so we've presented and say this is what we do and they said they agree and would like to support thought so it is in many ways operations as normal for us just at a larger scale and the big change. I suppose that's that's come as a result of the mvp and kovic is our launch of online programs. So historically in fact up into last june we only ever delivery teaching face to face and not cheering as always taking place in a school because we partner with schools rather than with parrots and the the. Ntp really has accelerated our growth of online tutoring. It means that we can now open volunteering opportunities to a wider range of locations and also work with some schools that we may be where little nervous to get the full cohorts of tissues. We needed and wanted there. So it has expanded horizons in many ways an overall our ambition. This year is is to double in size am an when obviously not doing not alone. The the anti pd is thirty. Three providers all across england. I'm who are working hard to to support disadvantaged pupils and kind of narrow the gap that has been further whitened as result of the pandemic and school closures.
Yes, it's another monolith. And this time it's in Britain
"Earlier today, a monolith appeared in Britain. Those keeping track. Add another one to the scoreboard to the scorebook. Another monolith has been spotted this time in the Isle of Wight said he pronounced it the Isle of Wight off England's south coast. Mm. The most recent ethereal offering was spotted in Compton Beach on the southwest corner of the Isle of Wight yesterday afternoon. Local resident Lee Peckham said. My wife and I were walking our dog on our favorite beach and saw the model if we hadn't heard about it at all, But clearly others had is there were lots of people coming down. So look at it. But just like with the other mysterious structures, residents aren't quite sure where it came from. I don't know how it got there. I'm not sure the locals have any good theories, either. It's just more quizzical amusement. A spokesman for the National Trust, which owns the section of the beach where the monolith showed up, told the CNN organization did not know who put it up.
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"peckham" Discussed on The Savvy Creative
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"peckham" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"peckham" Discussed on KTOK
"Justified it happened December fourth when authorities say officers were investigating a domestic disturbance at home and heard a gunshot investigators say fifty six year old Robert rains was at the front door of the residence with a knife and was shot by an officer range was taken to the hospital he's facing several charges the former Peckham schools superintendent is on house arrest after being charged with six felonies including sex acts with children sixty five year old Gary young also is the defendant in a civil lawsuit filed by his daughter who say she is one of his alleged victims young is due in court on the felony charges February twelfth he had been the school superintendents is nineteen seventy eight the Peckham school district is in Newkirk about one hundred twenty miles north of Oklahoma City from the KT okay whether four warn storm team it'll be mostly sunny today we'll be getting up to the mid fifty seven tonight it'll be mostly cloudy with a low in the upper thirties and we have a slight chance of showers tonight tomorrow will be partly sunny will push it up to around fifty and will drop back to the mid thirties tomorrow night your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay on the air and online at Katie okay dot com use radio one thousand Katie okay Oklahoma's first news coming up this weekend a recession is coming no one knows when or how bad it will be but one thing we all know was that it is coming the only real question is are you planning to fully participate in if all of your retirement nest egg is invested in the market the answer is yes we'll share simple strategies for protecting your money and reducing risks it's all about the money honey Katie okay as most listened to weaken financial show Saturday at one PM and Sunday at six AM the drug companies toward Americans the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs Avery's prices on life saving drugs that Americans desperately need like cancer drugs into more than doubled in price over the past few years also they can break in billions in profits that's why he our P. is leading the fight to crack down on drug companies greedy practices and lower your prescription drug prices a a RP.
"peckham" Discussed on KTOK
"Happened on December fourth one authorities say officers were investigating a domestic disturbance at a home and heard a gunshot investigators say fifty six year old Robert rains was at the front door of the residence with a rifle and we shot once by an officer range was taken to the hospital he's facing several charges the former Peckham school superintendent is on house arrest after being charged with six felonies including sex sex with children sixty five year old Gary young is also the defendant in a civil lawsuit filed by his daughter who say she is one of his alleged victims young is due in court on the felony charges on February twelfth he'd been the school superintendent since nineteen seventy eight the Peckham school district is in Newkirk about a hundred twenty miles north of Oklahoma City from the weather center around the storm to mostly sunny today were headed to the mid fifties tonight clouds will roll in and it will be mostly cloudy all night with a low around ran thirty eight we do have a slight chance of showers tonight your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand to Katie okay on the air and on your iPhone that Katie okay dot com newsradio one thousand Katie okay Oklahoma's first two years and then they do you can't so you this is just thing is say again they have you say homeowners are you experiencing pipe leaks in your home the only way to permanently solve for leagues is by re piping your entire home repair specialists get replied your entire home in just one to two days and with a lifetime guarantee for a limited time get twenty percent off and zero percent interest for an entire year re pipe specialists the no hassle value priced all inclusive re pipe call today for your free in home estimate at four oh five to six six fifty nine fifty three four oh five to six six fifty nine fifty three finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack sure you can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope the right person comes along which is why you should try.
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"peckham" Discussed on Presence Tuesday
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"peckham" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)
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"peckham" Discussed on KTOK
"Falling to the Chicago Cubs at tennis is U. S. open Novak Djokovic Roger Federer each one advancing to the third round so did Serena Williams on the women's side but after she struggled and lost the first set to American teen Katie McNally Venus Williams lost I'm Dave Anthony this is fox news a school district takes a step toward healing good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center this is Oklahoma's first news is the last Thursday in August and he'd start to come back our forecast is coming up in the wake of sex abuse allegations against Peckham school superintendent Gary young the Peckham school board met yesterday and appointed assistant superintendent Johnny decker as interim superintendent school board treasurer Randy easily says it's been difficult to face an upset community I would just like to say that that doesn't reflect on our school staff the state board of education suspended young's superintendent certificate last week after receiving multiple sexual misconduct complaints against him the complaints allege he sexually assaulted adults and minors so far no charges have been filed the sentencing phase of the trial of a man convicted of killing a sheriff's deputy should go to a low in county jury today testimony wrapped up yesterday after five days in the sentencing phase for Nathan the force who killed deputy David Wade in April twenty seventeen the state is seeking the death penalty Oklahoma congresswoman Kendra horn will host a town hall meeting tonight about what she calls the student loan debt crisis the event starts at six PM at the O. S. U. okay see student center in Oklahoma City worn has sponsored legislation to prohibit student loan companies from charging arbitrary interest rates democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker will be in Oklahoma today the US senator from New Jersey will speak later this morning at the historic Vernon A. M. E. church in Tulsa and then he'll be in Norman this afternoon for a block party on campus.
"peckham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Maybe that is true. Who knows Chris Johnson? One of the best from sports that he's calling the game for them. Tonight's and he was on with the guys at morning skates. Rick Peckham and Brian Gumbo. Right. Joining us right now, he's got so many titles. I'm gonna give you a couple our good friend aircraft from landing insider dot com and host of lightning lunch, which can be heard on landing power play one to two and we've got some special shows coming up next week during the by which is going to be tremendous. So if you wanna listen to that content Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday, e we're gonna be talking lightning French NHL NHL they deadline. We have some really good guests. So we've got lined up. So if you're aligning fan, which you are because you're listening. You're gonna win a stay tuned for that. But until then. Big game tonight. But it is just it's stunning. I woke up this morning, and you just Lance at the standings. Sometimes you don't 'cause the lighting of sets such a big leap, either sixteen points ahead of the Toronto Maple. He's never we were discussing about how impressive was the Toronto was staying within striking distance. But it's amazing. They faltered just a little in Tampa Bay. Never did. Well, it's funny because we well. First of all, I was six points the last time six six December. So it's been just over a month. And they've been a setback ten point separation, and you don't have to. I remember saying the least just aren't going to go away. Right. Just not gonna go away. Well, I don't know if lease necessary one away, I just think the lighting just took off his sixteen game streak of points fifteen of those victories. I mean, it's hard to keep pace with talian when they're gonna take off like that. So yeah. But it is still pretty incredible. That you sit up here before the all break in sixteen sixteen points next closest competitor. I don't know if Toronto can play as well as they did last time. These teams played I think they felt like they should have earned at least one point vast Leschi was outstanding. But I think that performance by. Toronto in that game certainly got the attention of lightning because they probably felt like whoa. Okay. That's a team that can skate. They can score. It just didn't happen on that night. Yeah. They got a real feel for hats around with employees and.
CBC's daily podcast, Front Burner, launches Monday
"In the latest poll news. Hi, everyone. I'm David Wessel hosted front burner. A daily news podcast from the CBC. See you Monday in Canada, the CBC launches its daily news podcast on Monday called front burner. It's hosted by Jimmy as we reported on the first of August Rogers has been running the big story as a daily news podcast since June and choruses weekly. This is why launched a similar time. What's next for podcasting paid, subscriptions and exclusive content thinks Eric Peckham of tech crunch? He notes that the successful Chinese podcast model. His mainly funded in this way bit platter. Have posted analysis of discussions about major retail brands in podcasts. Amazon is the clear number one. The rest of brick and mortar stores the casino awards journalism prize in Spain is now recognizing podcast is a valid entry format in Columbia podcasts. Don't need help. They need money and journalism in general says caroliina go. Herrero from radio Ambuhl anti iheartradio's podcasting awards. Well, Jeffrey Craner ca writer of welcome to night Vale has views on them as many indie podcasters in Facebook groups, Google podcasts broke for some users earlier this week this happened to me too. I'm opted into the Beata version of the Google happen to fix it idea registered from the Beata version and reinstalled it beat versions doing clued bugs. It's kind of the point New York public media who owned WNYC has a new chief operating officer Depeche mcgruder, she joins from MTV and BT networks and is a former on air reporter and an event for you November twenty seventh in Toronto in Canada. The future of podcasting to report back won't you in all this tickles corner today, five great plain right podcasts. From will Williams
Bbc, Riyadh and Peckham discussed on
"The says the bbc news hello i'm jonathan izod the malaysian politician anwar ibrahim has declared a new dorm for his country after being released from prison he'd been jailed for a second time three years ago on what he said were trumped up charges of sodomy he was pardoned following shock election victory for the coalition backed by mr anwar and his former mentor and rival mahathir mohamad this report from jonathan head abraham has already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extraordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice here hours ago obviously his partnership with mahathir muhammad is going to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these former friends then rivals now is again are going to have to work out how they transform this country in all sorts of ways how they make the judiciary independent again how they may business cleaner how they make politics more fair and more competitive is a huge task north korea has down to the next month plans summit between its leader kim jong and president trump pyongyang threatened counselor talks if washington kept pressing for it to give up its nuclear weapons unilaterally laura bicker assesses the north korean reaction maybe feel that they're making all the concessions and get nothing in return also i've noticed over the last few weeks that the state media releases have been growing rather edited by the idea that president trump is boasting that they've brought chairman kim kid the table they will feel in north korea that chairman cam is coming from a position of strength so there's a huge gap in what north korea believes the us believes at the moment and they're only a few weeks to go before the two leaders meet police in indonesia have shot dead four men who attacked the police headquarters on the island of sumatra armed with samurai swords the men launched the assault after ramming their car into the police station gates in the town of peckham borrow in riyadh province one policeman was killed local media say one of the attackers had a bomb it comes after a series of deadly assaults on indonesia churches and police stations and network linked to.