22 Burst results for "Peckham"

Action Tutoring NTP Tuition Partner: On Delivering Online Interventions in Schools

Qualified Tutor Podcast

04:38 min | 4 months ago

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.

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Yes, it's another monolith. And this time it's in Britain

WTMJ Nights

01:08 min | 4 months ago

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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Quizbeard

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

03:15 min | 9 months ago

Quizbeard

"Round one is classic. British sitcoms. Number One. What was the name of the fictional holiday come featured in the nine thousand nine hundred Sitcom Heidi high. Number two. Which Sitcom of the late nineteen eighties and early nineties revolved around the Ambrose family and the characters that frequented their Bob Shop Peckham. Number three. Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies featured a landlord called Rupert. Spinster. The roof, a medical student Alan and Philip. Self identified some of an African tribal chief. Number Four. Which alternative comedian played Tory backbencher Allen starred in the New Statesman. Number. Five Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies had a theme tune but incorporated into its opening bars the show's title in Morse Code. Round two is the letter P in geography. So all answers here begin with the letter p. Number six. Situated in the Caribbean Sea which unincorporated territory of USA has long been discussed for inclusion as the first fifty first of the US states. Number. Seven. which Spanish city the second largest of the Basque region is famous for its annual running of the Bulls event. NEBR-. In which region of South America shared internationally by Argentina and Chile is there an estimated population of between fifteen hundred and five thousand speakers of the Welsh language? Night. which subregion of Oceania is prized of thousands of Pacific islands including Tonga Summer under Cook Islands.

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"peckham" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Bodega Boys

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"peckham" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on College Football Live

"Legacy. That's a complicated word it is for any. But the idea of one's legacy is an especially tricky conundrum for those who have lived their lives in the kind of spotlight that always shines on the sideline and Columbus. Ohio legacy isn't about win loss records or championship ring or players in the throes urban Meyer's football resumes in Peckham among the greatest of his generations. Even the greatest of all time. College football playoff. First national champion, the Ohio State buck- on foot legacy legacy is about how remembrance. Well, they remember your championships tattoos. Will they talk about beating Michigan or punching a kid at the gator will? Will they sing the praises of building winters bowling green in Utah or restoring tradition at this one in the horseshoe or will they instead mutter under their breath? A lot of how it all ended. A man who has long preach loyalty remaining two loyal to a longtime colleague accused of domestic violence Meyer said he didn't know those accusations others say he had to the culture is one of accountability be accountable stand up and be a man. So it was the calendar pages. Turn will the lasting images of urban Meyer. Beal hugs and trophies and titles or will his internal replay purgatory via throw away visit to the podium during a midsummer media. We have no idea. What years from the mention of urban Meyer's name will make us think. Neither does he he will try to convince us that he doesn't care, but he does all coaches do all people do in the end. All we leave behind is our legacy for better or for worse. And today he did say his legacy is important to him. But to leave for others to decide for his career. His legacy will include a lot of wins. Eight fifty three win percentage. Third on the all-time list. Among those to have coached at least ten seasons. Here's Paul finebaum. With more on Irvine's legacy in today's f-bomb. Urban Meyer said a lot of things today. But the most interesting thing, he said was it's complicated. What's complicating? He's retiring or so we thought in two thousand nine he retired and came back in two days in two thousand and ten he retired and came back in a year. I don't think urban Meyer is retired. I think he's stepping away from Ohio State because things are complicated there, especially the relationship the relationship between the administration. So will we see urban Meyer? Again, I suspect we will. I'm not sure when I'm not sure where that he left that door open. He left that door wide open today. Thank you, Paul. Yeah. It was just a five weeks ago that he said he plans on coaching next year. Now, he says he's pretty certain he's done with coaching. He collected two national titles in three years in Gainesville. A with the Gators in one and his time with the buckeyes. He joined Nick Sabin is the only other head coach to win national titles with multiple schools. We'll discuss the future what the future holds for state with Brian day up next the future for urban Meyer includes a trip to New York City, Saturday eighty drowned ESPN it's Heisman Trophy.

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"peckham" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Travelogue

"It. Did you find the time to learn as I once every five years, so where we've got a couple of names Peckham, which is south London. We've talked about really way north. Let's let's pick another place that isn't necessarily instances. Where would you some people all I would send them to Allston, and I would say stench shoot it, which is a little bit more central. But as easy to get to Dawson where again, you have like a lot of cool buzz and cool like new restaurants that have opened its very much if you're thinking about new comparisons, which feels on the magic to close competitive cities. But it is a sort of Williamsburg, Bushwick equivalent say maybe more on the pushback site as little grimier than Williamsburg. But you also have these like beautiful Georgian houses, again, wonderful walks, and then you can also carry on through Dostam you can end up. Newington which is nice places spent like an often and have like a pup lunch will funday shortage of shortage. And where do I eat induced? And I love the hawks ten I was going to say my favorite hotel in short still the hawk zone. I love it. I still every time. I go back to shortage stales for I always gravitate back to that bar. It's always it's always packed with people breakfast eggs. It's lovely, and you know, short. It has a lot of good hotels. They have everything from the ace to Nobu now. So I mean, they have this huge sort of runs the gamut of different places, you can stay. So where where do we eat in shortage of George where two days, I would recommend Lyles actually if you sort of like that Fergus Henderson approach to British cooking. And you want to sort of new modern version, the chef is great and young. It's a really clean beautiful space. There's a ton of great restaurants in shortage, though, what street should I if I'm wondering around shortage wish should I start out. Should I go to shortage highstreet station? What do you think is a good kickoff for my wonder round? Because that's where I'd send people. I always actually if I'm going to be heading into shortage. I often get off the central line at Liverpool street, and then walk through spittle fields, you go from feeling very much like the financial centre of London to feeling like some sort of Dickensian time-warp within a few streets, and there's even a public corner. That Jack the ripper who's delighted luck around. It is the same as you imagine. It'd that is the only downside of neighborhood. You'll see lots of tour groups, and they all on reporters, and that's all to discussing this podcast little problematic. I just don't send how that what you want to see I get that you want want to see Victorian London or the rundown. How this was what was it like doing really, Jack, the ripper and also believe everything that's for one of my favorite things in filled. It is very this is very narrow if you're fan of art, and you like the autism Gilbert, and George C the shuffling around the neighborhood in them matching suits together. And they go to the sane kebab shop every night for dinner, and it's always really fun spot them walking around feels very Eastland. And I always look for here nightly who also lives on a street side house for street and literally just lives in a house and hangs out in the neighborhood. She has nice shot on her windows. You. See in. But I love how ordinary it is that she's just among the Hoi stars. They're just like us. Okay, melinda. I wanna pull you because I wonder about often tea, and you're the one who lives in London fulltime..

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"peckham" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Travelogue

"Erin, I into this before the episode started because the places the hot, I still don't quite know, whether I'd actually yeah. Recommend visitors go to places like Peckham, which are really interesting for people that live in London and kind of the new east London. But I don't know if I would I would recommend you have to prioritize that on your first or second trip into London. But that is where a lot of the cool young gallery. He's in galleries are heading to to open up. There's really good food happening. All those sort of hallmarks of the next great neighborhood in a great urban city, like New Yorker, a London that will happening in Peckham and has been for a couple of years while whereas Peckham in south of the river. Another country clarify in London. You pick aside. You're either north Londoner yours. That's very divided that way. Geographically what we will north of the river. Are we we are on north of the river? But also, of course, what you're not in Saudi got your western east. And I I have to say, I'm I'm south west gun. But I know that's the right side to be on in this war. I'm his another part of me every time I go east. I just cannot believe the Georgian architecture. I cannot believe the amazing people doing amazing things. And if I was to pick up six and salt will ever again, if I was twenty five all over again is east east, and if I wasn't living in New York, I live east, and I have to say just to stir the pot little bit. I am not British-born by delivered on for number of years. And I go back very often. But I was a dedicated north London supporter. I really love not not, you know, the Camden high speed areas, but there are such gorgeous really quintessentially British places they can reach in London that are in the north. I lived in place called Kentish town, which is part of the borough of Camden. And that's where you're going to find. He's extrordinary old pubs and literary pubs and. All arms is an incredible pub-. The pineapple is amazing. It's just so quirky and strange, and and just interesting. I mean because it's so close to Camden, which the seventies was you know, where the Sex Pistols were coming out of. And you had all these crazy out there punk movements happening. You still get every now, and then you'll walk into these pubs, and you'll still get these old like punks that are clearly in their seventies and have died purple hair. And it's just there's just there's just such a factor to it that you don't find in the rest of London that I find incredibly charming, and you've also got beautiful parks up there. What would you recommend? What's a lovely sort of north London? The largest park is why am I forgetting the name hems it? He thank you. They're all great. But why do you like is very very London amazing because you walk into him said in it has massive and you can get in from all these different entrances. But their parts of the heath that you feel like you're in the British countryside their line by these country manners. And you really still in the middle of the city, and they have these beautiful swimming ponds, and there's just so much diversity in the way, it's been landscape is it's still pretty wild. And then you can look out from your vantage point over the city, and that gives you that feeling of separation and that feeling of calm, and you know, it's it's it's Squatty and wildland. So it's kind of exciting for that reason. I think is a lovely place. I think it's not necessarily many visitors. I ten arrays, and it's a shame because yes, you wanna stroke, the region's Paul, that's beautifully manicured. But how much did he does feel like a chunk of the countryside that was sort of ripped out of the ground and dumped in a very sort of Tony London surrounded by these big mansions, and it feels so on touch it still feels like that? That's why I really enjoy it and parliament ho is one of the greatest founded points in Hamm said heats. If you go there action, a Saturday, they have a beautiful farmers market, and you can pick up food and just have these beautiful views over the city. They also have an ice. At christmas..

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CBC's daily podcast, Front Burner, launches Monday

podnews

01:52 min | 2 years ago

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

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Bbc, Riyadh and Peckham discussed on

01:02 min | 3 years ago

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.

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"peckham" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Okay where does the concept of having agents encouraging guys puke at the nhl combine come from let's go questions this week you'll have story no what is the encourage them to puke this would have been two thousand and six nhl draft this is the story told to me thousand six who's a player played in the nhl by the name of theo peckham member theo peckham big defenseman oil i called them ted ted pacman that's right okay so theo pack playing with the owen sound attack of the oh l is doing i don't know whether it was view to max was one of the events at the combine that involves a bike and work themselves so hard to the point where if you now you go to the combine there's a separate area that's all curtained off and there's no you know no signs on it nothing but all the kids know that if you're gonna puke go there that's where you do it because what was happening was you know a lot of the scouts south east peckham do that and we're a lot of scouting services and a lot of teams had don't know like fourth fifth maybe six round up going to third round because the feeling on on theo peckham after the combine was this kid will work himself to the point of exhaustion this is a guy that you want in your organizations so that was told to me there are a number of agents next year the combine that were telling all of their clients no matter what you do even if you don't have to try to make yourself you when you get off the bike.

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"peckham" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"An unfair peckham was innoc kind of fear school and it was too far from my estate so it was just it was good place to go to have some kids perform and grow the business pot didn't call just yet we will i was in the pack of which is probably down know shows based on children's books right right right right you know just having fun doing it but the business part is i always wonder it's always interesting to find out how people because obviously the acting part you know you love doing yeah but the business part actually occupies more of your time i think and so was there a learning curve for you with that and trying to you know with each film going oh i guess you gotta worry about this and you gotta do this and you gotta do this is any of that fund i mean i i'm a business savvy person ice to sell some of the best best candian school great rate that's sometimes even put tax rebate on that very good salesman salesmen but i've of ways just had a an open mind to the business side of of the industry because i think you know obviously we love to enjoy it we are arctic people who want to perform at the same time you gotta have that roof me a house like yours may come around right now okay we all want to be financially stable and so that comes into it naturally but then as leading cub in terms of now you have an attorney you know representatives you have to learn what they what they do and right and they now you know you'd see oh your own career absolutely you're the you're the boss of your life so you have to almost switch up yet that's a really great way to put it to especially for people who are you know any any kind of artistic endeavor but thinking of yourself as the ceo of your own thing because i think a lot of people just go oh i mo an actress all just auditioning like oh you got to do more than that it's more than that and it and it depends you know what you're aiming for me and some some actors comments the industry who just appreciative to get a job when a date state basis right there isn't necessarily any kind of pinpoint on what.

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"peckham" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"The seen a bit too much but he sort of aha a natural way to be between the two sir and he he was never able to lock in which when he actually more on and yet when it comes to peckham paul i can see where he would be the kinda guy is very foul atoll character which we've talked about before we talked about straw dogs were talked about bring me that of alfred of arcia i mean this guy he was one of these guys whereas just like if you cross a line he's never going to work with you again he's never going to forgive you he just seemed like one of those people that could hold a grudge forever how dare you cross me roger spottiswoode i will never work with you again even if spot as what had the best intentions in the world but i think that peckham paul was probably in a horrible placed by being fired off of his own film and sometimes being fired off your own film can result in good stuff having your baby taken away from you can actually be a good thing sometimes because you might be the worst parent in the world and other times is like no we shouldn't by the see this through to completion so at least spottiswoode didn't at end the famous judge are being seen that she wanted to add end that was good he is basically in a precarious situation i think that he really wanted to uh preserve the integrity and he you know he he wanted to do the best that he could i got you know additives to save the movie uh under those circumstances but yeah megamall took it as a betrayal and one of the things that's actually really frustrating as that um pegam ball later on was offered he was he was offered the opportunity to uh.

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"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"And he's very much in architecture thing is welker said my father an architect and less is more as a means found the row statement about his design and having difficulties inning tiven because it's the leisure them almost eighty seen it's i was embarrassing but it is very good indeed let's circle it well above the festive season near restaurant i mean you mentioned that this up the cake is always there but it's quite a good optional saying this is in him this is a great cake but there's lots of other cakes we have on the menu but a beautiful toasted malay which is an apple tart which is with sultanas which means soaked in massala we've got a chest not cake on the my which is covered in this beautiful rich chocolate sever the roasted almond ice cream and of course we have seasonal seoulbased always have a clemenceau sorbet at this summit via which is absolutely delicious on love to have that is also wonderful freedom menu we've got a chess nazis in gaza game restaurants that she opel all over christmas so we're going to go right up to the 31st the december the season leaves is a fantastic plummeted yells going to us can i look in the business side in for restrooms in especially for you your restaurant is december quite a good mum business wise december is an excellent month is properly when the best months of the and we have to private dining room so it's very very good for us i mean this is proving to be an excellent december and you know when you've got to private dining rooms and you discretional menus it's really nice we lender classic italian medicinal five course tasty menus and the restaurant as well as doing sharing menu so it's a fun place to be it's got a great atmosphere and this sabathia's fabulous because you're right next to win two one language cross the road you got all the shopping unpick a dili says a great place scum i'll let to us because you know i mean you're british in but you are heavily influenced by the italian cuisine what about your personal christmas what what can i expect to eat i mean ma'am invite him i will you are gonna come.

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"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Gene and it's will about what recipes come from which region and the italians loves food and it's part of what they do is part of their life and i think the fact that they are very particular is great they weren't particular then denied the quality would this be as good agree therefore soho describe what will we have in front of us and we have a doctor cake this been on the menu for a long time and it's one of us at a favorite sits a soft chocolate cake made with this seventy percent chocolate and it's mix with we make a kind of eggc and cream and there's no flour and the cake and we've ac poach the cake in about murray so he's got the most extraordinary texture and tell might try try it it's really brings out the flavor the chocolates you have a really good chocolate for this and it's cooked at very low temperatures you not burning the chocolate and it's interesting mentioned there is no flow because it's so fluffy is all i don't know how to describe it it's it's very very lawyer lisa chocolate cake santa butter but we w's ashley use double which we with up and the me melts him but the chocolate and the eggs and the sugar and then we fold in the egg whites and says becomes like a souffle and then it's poured into a pan and put it into the boundary and is baked in the oven for about forty minutes at one hundred and ten degrees celsius so it's very much a color like cooking but what you do get his fantastic texture and as you can see is a little bit of whisky in there as well on whiskey and chocolate are two of the greatest ingredients have it's an extra combination i have the person inc when it comes to desserts i think less is more in some ways you know so i love the look of a was simple cake rich extra quite hard to make in some ways whoa whoa whoa just one less is more is part of my favorite term when it comes in because the thing about food is if is overcomplicated says to me thinks the taste so you've got great ingredients he wants to keep as simple as possible.

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Were to be november book obviously the wave of revulsion at the revelation that donald trump is a serial sex past coltan tape bragging about how he but then again we know all they didn't stop him winning we know this that tape came out i think two weeks before the election of a couple of weeks before we have him a bragging about sexual assault on earned people decided to vote for him anyway white women decided to vote for him anyway now would it be different if on the way we eat we had sort of he of he denied and said he was just joking and messing around i think he's now saying that we take might not even have been real which is more he said at the time would it be different if we had women coming forward and making i am equity credible accusations i don't know he seemed to be able to get away with things that nobody else could and if the millions of americans who voted for him last november did so with everything is going on at the time is this really going to change their minds that will revert pressure terms that are high call it you go without talking love story and i think it's the telegraph um so the knee style will soon came out this week and among various things it is the last appearance carrie fisher who obviously died almost a year ago and one particular member of the audience reacted to her appearance yes this was had dog he was sitting on the lack of a persistent at who is now taking off to the dog very very close relationship i think she she took quite extensively about how i she didn't him on saturday with her alltimes for sort of anxiety and mental health reasons um and apparently every time she appeared on screen the dokes is pricked up an an and he was very aware of her voice and and sort of have presence i i haven't had a joke so i don't know if it if this is closer bull or northside dina animal lovers who who do say that that that bond between human and animal is is is is close enough of that could be very sweet gets very sweet but is also a dog recognizing their own ah yes ceram i'm really lie under may be said of dum gang down here.

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Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Contrary or by liam fox in the newlyformed department of international trade so what is the role of the foreign secretary i wasn't really defined at a lotta stepping on people's toes who's driving the brexit call that we've all seen that cutting a embarrassed papers so maybe he fails i thought i'm sure he does feel that his opinion just isn't being asked for an off and he would like to share it with a country all i'm sure we look forward to that we've been mentioning news this morning the latest twist in the the donald trump russia collusion investigation which is apparently thousands of emails that have been seized by the special council in one paper today there is an argument that there is another way of undoing of the trump white house yes this is the sunday times again democrat sees on sex as a way to topple trump and basically what this is arguing is obviously we do have the russian investigation going on at the moment oldest emails uh subpoenas um and i i'm very interested to see how that plays out but given the uh the backlash over harvey weinstein an in hollywood um and and sexism in the me to campaign an an order that um there's an argument that the democrats are saying the best way to get rid of trump is to remind everyone of the i think it's at least nineteen women who have accused him of rape or sexual assault on a ton into a sex scandal on under that might be more effective on this is obviously coming straight off to the incredible special election in alabama this is the rightist of red states where a democrat actually managed to succeed in the senate race and beat his republican opponent primarily because the opponent was accused obviously he denied it but accused of molesting teenage girls i'm not seems to have been the thing that swung it so democrats of sort of feeling that maybe they can capitalize on this backlash against sexism and unom misogyny and that that might be the way forward with trump you understand why normal circumstance people would people would thing.

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Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"People but we're getting closer to the point where the government has to decide is this going to be a norway style soft brexit uh which will make a lot of people who are concerned about sovereignty him aboard is in control very unhappy might be good for business or is this going to be at a very difficult prolonged drawn out bespoke trade deal which might be better for britain in the longrun intend yet time but will be very detrimental to the economy before that you have to choose and you have to be honest about choosing and say whatever option we take it's going to have downsides but we believe it the right way to go she won't do that's a maybe after these cabinet meetings this week she's going to have to choose and i think we all know which one she's gonna choose not the cabinet meetings that the reason why i see boris johnson's face looming out front of unease by eateries into seaports nelson just likes being in these fifa the the contra this is a an interview with tim chapman in the sunday times the contrast could not be a greater a was like optimism and publicly an glass halffull or come into play here on the injuries actually mostly about russia because the foreign secretary is going to become the first british foreign secretary to visit russia next week a and he's talking about lots in his vision for for the wall that really he's talking about brexit and um just missed a warning hey if you're sick of boris he is planning another big project where he's going to set are his liberal vision for brexit 'cause he doesn't believe the government is is doing that so you can expect that land probably the most inconvenient moment for theresa may should makes would argue that being foreign secretary old to be so bigger job particularly for example the time attention with russia on a british citizen locked in a jail in iran and possibly for longer than she was meant to be because of boris johnson that that really is a big enough job that you don't have time to go waiting into other people's areas well i think what we've seen with boris johnson is that he perhaps feels like he's not enough of a job because the lots of the foreign secretaries traditional jokes have been taken by either david davis the breakfast.

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Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"This will be cossuta denied there is big crossover that i think most people think there is so many star wars fans have enjoyment of shakespeare least if nothing else studied shakespeare one point and have an evade interests and a lot of the inner people are really enjoy these this combination because they enjoy shakespeare they love star wars there's good overlap there to be an interesting overlap group that wouldn't that people have passion is about shakespeare and star wars a judge in a goblins talking to in addition that his book star wars part of the seventh the full stealth awaken is out now presumably he is already working on pot eight if felt like most of us he's been to the cinema this week doesn't get the full archive of past conversations with authors in our meet the right to series which you can listen to any time here monocled dot com this is monocle 24 van monica library is growing into a robust collection of well turned out titles for an indepth for look into our core theme of quality of life why not delve into our firstever book the mont awful guy to better living for any wouldbe business leaders entrepreneurs are even establish companies in search of fresh ideas there's the more local guy to good business in how to make a nation a monocle guide we looked at the small and the big things that can help make our nation's work better and in the monocoque i to drinking and dining we bypass the foam and the fuss to uncover the makings of a truly great meal monaco's handsome books are published by our friends at the shelton in berlin and offer a world of experiences between the covers so spruce up your shelves today and by some of our titles online at monaco dot com or from any good bookstore.

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Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Red pride and prejudice in zombies one of the first popular mashah books and all three of those things happened right around the same time and so i sort of attributed to all those things happening and being in my head at once and giving me the idea to mashah star with shakespeare mmhmm so tell me about the parallels that you find between the two genres afula star wars i think has so many of the same themes that shakespeare does there are young people who are fulfilling their destinies there are complicated relationships between fathers and sons there are grade villains there are comic side characters great tragedy honestly i think if shakespeare had live today a he would be writing the same sort of popular entertainment that star wars is say it pheasant book thought tim me got to that servicemen how difficult was it fending that idea well what i did was i looked up quirk books online because they're the ones who had published pride and prejudice and zombies their editors email address was there on their website and i sent him an note and said you know i'm a random person you've never met before heard of and i have this idea and he wrote me back it was encouraging enough to say you know if you write something let me know because it's an interesting idea and so i did go ahead and right the first act of the first book and send it off to him and he called me that morning and said okay i really want to do this and the next step than is getting lucasfilm on board so that we have proper licensing for it he sent the manuscript onto a conduct lucasfilm that he had and they actually encouraged me to go even farther with the concept take it outside the bounds of the movie abed's they sort of knew that if i was going to do this concept i should go all the way with it so i revised a couple of scenes senate back to them and then at that point they were happy to talk about licensing was workbooks and so they've made the deal and.

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Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"These has been mm hmm aw raise the pieces aaron's made in this exhibition are rethinking zivalj cherries of works than somebody existed before his approach to making uh is very much people can come together an experienced coming together and really that's the most effective thing about his work is that when you're in them really want to be anywhere else you wanna kind of get into the works in front of understand them they are quite hypnotic in palu in and that's an as with nielsen who is the director gallery director of the supplements collection in north london that exhibition ends today speaking that a monocle sephiha ahmadi but it's time now for us we can read and each week we hear from a different often i look we've all heard of shakespeare and we've all heard a star wars particularly this week but imagine trying to put them together that is what in did his latest work is cold i promise you i'm not making this up star wars parts of the seventh the full stuff awaken he explained his stories to georgina godwin i've studied music studied theology and ethics and was a pastor of the church for a short time than had a day job in marketing i've been all over the place and then one day back in 2012 had the idea to turn star wars into a rewrite it as though were a play by shakespeare and sled me now through seven books how did that stop that i mean what is that ten of an idea come from well i had recently watched the star wars trilogy with some dear friends of mine i had attended the oregon shakespeare festival and then i also.

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Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Then use seem to encapsulate am i say i sit on teeth during a period of tape or a serum a kotra one post and so the fuss tried thank vergara until lesson to as a sony rowlands a and it's style faith themetune mitch everybody knew who is the same and owen celebrated 1960s a film a that what you hide yet the venue cold the wall more castle the saying ford is actually stole the ball unfortunately is being flouted two am and juding in the 1950s 1960s that this was a very very celebrated jazz venue and safety slunj in a often artists such as sony rowlands who is an international john start at the time he me to has three ed and south of the says and the way stained but then he made kim though undo i sunday satian of the wall more castle a nudges ten the other celebrated a american jazz artist that this as well as people said she's tupi he's juha created the claim of british players at the time all had related nc thea that's how but let's have a lesson to a little bit of out now vote at the time as from him amendment you no.

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BBC - Tech Tent

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"peckham" Discussed on BBC - Tech Tent

"How how fragile mexico inter that no i think that's enough but why why are people so excited about that this is the feature technology if so if someone said do you want to invest in the internet where fall the internet was created what would you have done clear yet probably not but much of the excitement here is due to the soaring value of the bitcoin currency which was built on block chain now the companies here are using the block chain to launch all sorts of speculative new ventures and to raise money for them they're launching what a cold initial coin offerings where they effectively make their own currency and get people to buy it so we've come across on the go robo made william peckham from rovuma it what does it do and in what ways that using the block chain to do it we help patients mostly in emerging economies get guaranteed access to best in class healthcare a wants thank what to do with the block well our system it's using smart contracts so that smart contract allows us to have full transparency into that diagnosis and treatment process where each step has to be recorded on block chain and that's how we can guarantee it at that getting that now your launching an ico an initial coin offering worries that what what are you trying to do with it sure so an initial coin offering allows companies to raise digital currencies essentially in our presell will it were looking to raise one hundred thousand a therion which is a type of digital currency with what's that in real money a theory on how much as one hundred thousand a theory.

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