17 Burst results for "Peter Walker"
"peter walker" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Ten weeks lighter at the end of may the police investigation into the death of peter walker had all but wound down. It was considered to be an isolated killing but around this time. Nine miles north in brent north west london that seven year old christopher done not turned up for work at the library where he was employed hadn't received any colds that he was sick concerned as christopher lived align. A friend went to check on him. I met with a horrendous scene officers. Were called to the terrorist property on byron. Wein willed stein sometime around five thirty pm. On sunday may thirtieth. Christopher done was face down there were signs his ankles and wrists as being bound with handcuffs. He was naked apart from a leather harness. Mike pizza walker. His death was due to suffocation. don's body showed signs of torture is testicles were severely burned however as he was someone the practice sem the detectives did not see this as a form of assault. They believed the christopher done it himself. Or it was passan's on nine. Constituencies could not be determined. The officers were certain. It.
"peter walker" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"And Mets catcher hall of Famer Mike piazza will join us also scheduled to join us tomorrow we will have Jake Delhomme on the care of Newton situation also no it's Carolina panther PJ Walker will stop by and we'll have Ron hunter who is the coach of Tulane right now he will relive the moment where he jumped out of his chair when he had that torn Achilles when his son R. J. hunter hit the game winning shot for Georgia state and the NC double a tournament so big big show tomorrow Ron hunter Jake Delhomme Jake they like government I want to go home as Chris Berman with saying and we will also be having Peter Walker and Mike piazza I think was Mike piazza for Halloween I was a kid at least five times so very pumped up the outs on the show tomorrow first time talking to him in I guess the one on one setting I met him a few times as a kid but that was in a added event and then also had a game I met a few times at a game and I was at his when they retired his number for the Mets I was at his press conference but that was a large press conference at it so the more one on one on the show of Mike piazza hopefully for like about fifteen twenty minutes all right let's get to the closing bell Ryan Tracy Hickey another day is in the books and we're taking stock of the sports world it's time to find out who's in who's down let's and hit the closing only on this show we start things off with a positive story Devin McCourty.
"peter walker" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Seconds left put flowers might be best just let the quarter expire and he does barely both not just after the whistle sounded ending the first quarter of play when the second quarter begins to be looking at thirteen eleven a key play for ten developers if they want to continue this driving get points on the board ju you're right now's a great so that people felt there going it's the second quarter was a grace now by the sinner he adjusted and he's gonna have the just the start eleven to score some points definitely points needed as your vipers are down nine three after the use of Roughnecks aired what out on an eighty one yard pass play and touch down to go up there you got the three points the person trying it for the ten yard line once again something new a new wrinkle for the XFL you can get one two or three points for the extra point depending on where you start from the the the rough that's wanted by six point cushion so they went for three for the ten top Unifor pass across the middle if I may complement the other team to become upset yet this is ready to strike radio but you have to give credit when it's due quit flowers we will see him here on Sunday in the NFL I guarantee you that so what you have to do to get give credit that touchdown pass for eight yards give credit there and it also that three point conversion from ten yards out I mean it was a beautiful pass on the back line it was a great pass by him yep if ours is a sight to see yeah that PJ Walker for the for the other team from the Temple University Peter Walker yeah the the legendary John Cheney of course the basketball coach there really aired what out got a strong arm and looks to be the main reason so far these Roughnecks have yet to be defeated here in the XFL you're right excuse me is Peter Walker not Quinn flowers making all these passes it and here you will see him in the NFL on Sundays here.
"peter walker" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"Young people MP's people like creating the next to see listen to so hurry home, and the, you know, it'd been deputy labor party senior parliamentarian to meeting he was really a moment. And there was some she's just has this choir thority, and you know, I think the reason it sort of. Hits home. And I also taught the extinction rebellion protesters this week a who impediment square, and the reason that campaign is is I think, you know, it's about the truth. I mean, I think MP's of all parties feel well they kind of right about the the urgency in the fatal politics to get to grips with this. So I think it was an why is it reason to be cheerful because I do think that the I think said this g last week. I feel like the mood has shifted quite significantly. As a result of these two things the people climates Drizin extinction rebellion. I think extinction rebellion. We should do. This on episode is incredibly interesting protests because the way they did it. It was breaking up yesterday a mob lodge, and the two things struck me the one of the speakers closing speech in which they thanked the police knows a massive cheer. Now, you don't only get out astray Shen and second in the place. They were exactly they're cleaning the pavements while today left. I mean is. Interesting. Yeah. It is. Well, that's very impressive. And. Gretz some various amazing and any other week. You'll reasons whichever would be that you'd met basil brush. Yes. It'd be I mean this way in Doncaster the week that would have been some. But she even beats. Yes. Brush as well. As your is mine is the kind of strangers. So my wife is about term forty. She's having a birthday party on Sunday becoming she has asked me to be in charge of the music, but she's cheese tower. She's she has made she said, she doesn't want cake, but she wants one of those things that looks like a wedding cake, but is made of cheese of LBS Sembler one of those. But she she also put me in charge of the playlist, but said she doesn't want to any way to reflect my taste in music, and she doesn't want anything like the Smith. So the joy division. So I mentioned this on Twitter and said, look, I've got to have a black hole. I don't really know much about Dungy pop music from about the two thousand onwards and people have been so kind and sent me Spotify playlists and now I think I'm somewhat aficionados request. It's not too loud. The music at least the first part of the evening now. For you older people. It's really important that you're able to be able to hear yourself talk. Okay. Is there anything you particularly liked dentition, Ed like seats as well. Enjoy places to sit down congress. You wanna conger superman? I do. The internationally. Reasons to be cheerful with Milliband. Jeff Lloyd delighted to have with us Dr Rachel older who is reader in transport at the university of Westminster Peter Walker whose political correspondent the guardian has also written fantastic book called bike nation..
"peter walker" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"But they do say the labor party's committed to living Brexit, which. The majority of back in four they think no deal big test. Remember for what do you do? What is the option? If down the labor deal was a better deal that the supposed to get. And I think that they were put into those against the deal, if the labor leadership can sway them that they need to be able to be assured that the party students liver Brexit, and if there's a better deal, and how they're gonna get it one of the most extreme of the week for me so far for me was Tuesday night when he was standing outside Downing Street watching MRs cars, come and go as Theresa May, call them in to have to eyeball them and talk about her deal, reassure them and simple Tena. Slowly, you know, your colleague Peter Walker was was in central of the Commons wasn't he talking to the Brexit as an them after this extraordinary people's vote rally, you know, just across the green. It's it's been a sort of strange week of contrast, doesn't it it really has. And you know, one of these Westman that can be difficult to get people to. To talk to you over these things. You're we go we have that night. Yeah. You have nights like these where everyone is just sort of queuing up to give their opinion oil evening, you get U N P off journalists. What do you think can happen really has been one of chaotic forty hours, and we have the chief whip to somebody come out to journalists Dayton's eo, well, you know, I'm comfortable going to get this three. And this is a practical kind of Brexit, which really quick next me that practice away that we described clues that we need, but they're like very much. It seems like a good way of summing up deal is, you know. You know? And I don't think I don't think they I think that we're we're going to see a similarly sort of twenty four hours to come right for practical Brexit, thanks Jess. Jessica Elga in Westminster there. Now, she managed to get through yesterday's parliamentary questions and five our cabinet meeting relatively unscathed. But maize biggest hurdles ahead in December. After the deal, theoretically being signed off by the you the drama moves back to Westminster where every MP must decide whether they can support the deal. But will she had the numbers? What happens if she doesn't? I'm willow conservative party. Even let her get that for I'm joined to discuss by my expert panel, Katie balls from the spectator. Joe rutta from the institute for government and Randy Ramesh from the guardian so jail five hundred eighty five pages of this deal. Popped up online last night about seven forty five. I didn't have much of it. You've had a chance to comb through. But but what do you make of it? Well, it's very very long. It's very detailed. It's oversee a legal treaty, which is which make it for the lightest ratings. This quite helpful explainers being issued by the European Commission. And so that's that's sort of good news about it. It's quite complicated..
"peter walker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Rockets back in the mid nineties. So it's it's a name they come back to occasionally and in this event. Mercury Rev has partnered with Peter Walker who is one of those early American finger style. Guitarists Nels Cline guitarist from the band Wilco Steve Shelley the drummer from sonic youth. So it's it's a real gathering of the tribes on this album called Leche sus clo- after post if you know, your Greek mythology, you know, those are the names of the three fates. This piece is called Atra posts. Who's that kinda loose slimmed quality to this new music from the band. Mercury Rev with various special guests and recording under their occasional alter ego, name of harmony rockets, so that's harmony rockets is the name of band as it appears on this record, which is called Leche sus Floto after post three fates of three pathology, and this piece is apropos. So we've been listening to some new releases from the month of September as we do towards the end of each month on new sounds. I'm John.
"peter walker" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's forty six degrees at four o'clock at morning i'm sue guzman police in the bronx are investigating the attack of a woman by a pit bull dog who severed her ear witnesses say it was terrifying to watch the dog attack the woman her face up they said bitterly it completely off i thought the dog bit her grandchildren could the way she was holding and then when the dog like goes you just seen her wrist and you're just like dangling upside the dog got away from its owner and attack the woman in the playground of the east chester houses yesterday afternoon the woman who also suffered a bite wound on her hand was taken to the hospital with what officials say was nonlifethreatening injuries police say the dog has been captured in the owner detained by officers another top white house official is being replaced president trump announcing that veterans affair secretary david schulkin is out he's nominating his personal doctor ronnie jackson to fill the post schulkin was criticized for having his wife accompany him on a trip to europe taxpayer's expense last year a rockland teacher's aide is under arrest for bringing a loaded gun to school w o was james flippin with more aid was removed from campus after someone else spotted the gun inside the woman's purse officer peter walker with the clarkston police explains at no point was this weapon used in a threatening manner war at no point was this weapon displayed it happened at the jesse j kaplan school in west nyack no word as of yet why she brought it to the school which is run by the rocklin board of cooperative educational services and serves developmentally disabled students from ages five to twenty one parents just thankful nothing happened but if the child got ahead of it you know it's very scary i'm so glad that the teacher saw it before the kids were in school james flippin for seven ten w o r woman was licensed to carry a gun but it is illegal to do so in schools three teens are facing charges in connection with a fatal stabbing of new rochelle high school student prosecutors say on january tenth the group confronted sixteenyearold valerie schwab north avenue seriously injuring her the confrontation escalated at a nearby dunkin donuts where police say she was.
"peter walker" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Twentyfour years alive devi now and i have a massive saw spot for happy day they share it's i know what you did lost ground home depot jess girls to life performance turns a very average teen slasher movie into something hugely enjoyable she's definitely one to watch emma ask he says wants julios amazing film real pay thoughts that shut up but what scott see if some and it's almost like a physical thing stops me from senate up but would should watch and learn for punching weather in the face and more recently punching thieves to peter walker juice storm so bought it's brilliant i'll take ones who warriors the alarm brit says miss film review you could have saved money i give you will the clues no i'm not going to buy this newmont either but as someone who used to be a climate scientists icon see making me quite designed greece juice storm eddie arthur there may have been some better movies an ice cold and alex but there aren't many on john cronin once were warriors she'd be the pick smart thrilling drama with a great son truck in cottage folks to see this jim correze are you to encourage people to see it or not yes i i'm absolutely not picking cherry storm or the ceremony because i like people and i i don't want that yes sorry for new release i i wanted to pick after the storm which is by hero kazu kharita and aids acquired a sweet film it's about this or the he's very down on his la he's very kind of stuck in his ways and he's a bit of a gambling at eight his father's passed away he just got divorced and the lead up to the guy who pays the oath hershey ave has this incredible just sort of slightly pathetic look round is what i call bill murray face if that makes sense just this constant me miserable about him but he has this sweetness terra and i i think it's a really lovely film and then four release i am going to pick wants war is i think ice is just incredibly incredible how moving it is i think what really makes it work as well as i even though he is an absolutely herring film is about poverty and domestic abuse and alcoholism a hole in our but loss of tradition has.
"peter walker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Morning trying to sleep my dad be like a on a nit pick thick new york acts it a tony what are you gonna what are you guys do antoni tony tony you going to do with the les echos it what are you doing and like screaming soul how at three in the morning and that's how they made the decision they always do at that morning never the day before which i don't know that it's a catch 22 if you do it the day before parents have a chance to be are what are we gonna do for day rare right but sometimes you you whiff you know like you'll go tuesday nine black are no school tomorrow and then wednesday morning comes there's no snow and you've got egg on your face but you'd you'd like to give the parents advance notice because if we find out at five thirty in the morning that there's no school on wednesday are like what i'm gonna do with my kids yeah oh i guess dig when i was a kid daycare wasn't really a thing narrow motoring there wasn't i don't know what was going on but but here's here's the the point of the story so my dad everyone knew that was my dad's job to to do it and if it would snow and there wasn't a snow day and i'd go to school kids to be furious at me earlier attitude would or could you dead cancel school a manager testing in two dads it ought to have managed to introduce level but when he did call it like i was king of the play were three hey you here knows all a lot of pressure on a little kid man is a lot of pressure on a low care but i i will never forget those three in the morning for the morning my dad on the phone just not using his inside boy yeah yeah he's in his outside voyage i'll try to sleep seven years old might generate jimmy good what are you guys do it what are you doing what's cooking kate what do you do you go to close you get a delay what are you thinking huh well how'd so loud anyway that's my snow day storing but you to joy pete's and canada fumble did peter walker the program how are you sir are.
"peter walker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"At the time it was peter walker who had no i have grown to love that guy probably respective is what lending only savior baker he did amongst other factors tighter abs yeah so how that story yeah rule new did you ever think guy staying steve just trying to keep the meeting going when i was fired in two thousand ten now because i was looking a kevin athenee anton lang mire i agree with both the i just want to get away from that day get out you're fired so you laugh at it once i was fired and paul you made this clear this but when i was fired i thought why should probably go them yes see i did the stall tactic yeah the thing was when they told me that i couldn't get stuff out of my office that's the funniest thing when you get fired right yeah why can't when you if you can't get stuff out of your office okay of until today the whole period of me working here in civil appeared of you deciding i was going to get fired i had a lot of opportunity to damage the place of joe strike today avoided damage luckily you won't be hundreds of thousands of dollars today that i am obliged they just really want those old gummy bears that are in your desk drawer that are just stuck to the back of the fire at did you get to come back later on over the weekend and gather it up upper how do you range that was funny is where this lovely lady named carol hagner who is the who is here for a long time at forty fears and carol had to watch me box up my stuff when i came back it was awkward for carol because i was dealing things while solve it so i didn't think i'd be coming back in two thousand thirteen africa take everything he can yeah it's a caveat judy staff at the seoul those office supplies really cheap i did i did get it knocked off his deep of business all these stories are true as far as you know so here we are in a year in the.
"peter walker" Discussed on Technotopia
"Means of seeing you know how open life could be better within the future use almost like a kind of canada a paradigm through which to seattle and the interesting thing that i found is that certainly in the way the cities are starting to economically compete with each other it turned rounds nofly alas maybe ten fifteen years that used to be the city's was still very much talk in the issue of the sixties where kind of city councils felt that half motor traffic was she no flowed very very quickly and there were kind of till building big roads and a thinking well you know if we kind of flatten certain district of the city would get formal lanes in there than trucks get factories that much more quickly but now it's much more tech based on a movable world where particularly some people in some industries can choose twitter feed more lift live more or less worth they like there's a big argument cited cities competing on different things competing on whether or not the kind of green and pleasant and liverpool place to live so people don't necessarily want to have an apartment near to a kind of road link they won't have an apartment near to i don't know a canal side with lots of kind of in outdoor cafes and things like that and the kind of paolo thing to this is that you know cycling walking used to be very machine is the kind of leftleaning things want something that the greens would want to do but now a lot of the politicians who are proposing these things tend to be from the rights because they're seeing is kind of probusiness way to move is a very interesting change traveler or it's working people grab your book.
"peter walker" Discussed on Technotopia
"If you look at the end figures vehicle ownership about twothirds of households don't have access to a call venue the directly own one and yet if you look at the kind of streets escape something light seventy five percent the space is given to 'cause you're driving cars parking cars and in of the people for the wall the you know the bulk of the people have just got this little space the us side and it's quite difficult to get that mindset change and it really you know you have to say to people in need to start thinking about cities was a different point of view meagre worked as your ideal city look like what is the city for a couple more years we are to discuss this but i think i think where do you want to live really emme it's it's almost a tricky one because in with the way technologies changing thinks it is going to be transforming an awful lot and as much as anything it's a kind of a philosophical approach as much as anything else you want cities which fundamentally built around the needs of human beings not these kind of speeding anonymous onetonner boxes and and you know there is always going to be a role for vehicles off in a s some sort of kind in a sense that you can't really have you know you can get coca bikes which can deliver reasonable amount but never gonna bail to restock obake shop.
"peter walker" Discussed on Technotopia
"Yes i mean i travel rant quite few places went to the netherlands went to denmark an in our soil for places the kind of mole at the beginning stages light new york city in places like that so i went to about i know half dozen countries nolan spoke to people from other places and you know for someone he cycles in a big city where there's not a lot of planning for for for bikes then you know being in some of these cities and towns would have had thirty or forty is working it is quite an eyeopening thing so for example i was in a dense which in some ways is a kind of it you know this is denmark's says the thirdbiggest town it's about two hundred thousand people and in some ways this is a kind of better model for some pollino towns it's the states than for example you know copenhagen or a upsidecom because it's quite a spread out places got suburbs most people don't live in apartments live in houses lots of people own cause and yet over thirty years they've painstakingly built the city such that writing a bike incredibly easy and the and the figures are completely amazing they claim that eighty one percent of school kids what a bike to uh school and they claim the system is so safe the any school chargeable to cycle to school on the road made you for a six and it's it's it's not kind of magic his culture has denmark is a flat but that's not the main reason is just a political choice was made a buffet easier to make these changes.
"peter walker" Discussed on Technotopia
"In a kind of small streets with more practical to have a separate lane and love that is really really low tech involves having kind of permeable bollards on streets so bikes can fit through because can't answer so it makes it easier to for example you ride a bike to your local shop than to that take the car and this nightmare for saying that that's why sometimes solutions involving bikes aren't will at the of politicians lists they kind of love to be able to spend one hundred million dollars on account of new runway poor new ukraine link where is this kind of slightly present make business kind of curbs and traffic lights sometimes they load on the list goes i would however sort of permeable membranes between the primary arteries i guess you could say and sort of a more uh sort of a more walker biker friendly boulevard and avenue sort of thing right what i said this is exactly what the danes in touch you been doing since about nineteen charities and and what you essentially trying to do is to eliminate the kind of most unequal interactions and and transport terms you don't really get transport tractions which are more equal than i kind of seventy kilos human on the bike doing fifty miles an hour coming up against a onetonne car and that's the thing you have to get rid of partly by having separated lanes on roads there is busy fast traffic but also very very much slowing down the car traffic's on residential street there is no reason for carter to have to go out and say fifty miles an hour and if you get and suddenly streets become much more safe just not based round humans what was it about germany earned earned amsterdam and all these places that encourage the biking you did you do any research on that.
"peter walker" Discussed on Technotopia
"Demand for them eckhard place where people want to live what means is not causing poss but as you know bikes trundling ram people walking pavement cafe thinks that's a his theories you might have people maybe two in the first to las mile on the by cohen epoch and then either do a longer journey connecting onto something like a driverless cars and is this let economy truman show vision and frankie one we seems to know but is less think that the people who are reimagined leaner the cities are thinking along these lines interesting so be how can argun someplace legco like london so londoners traditionally really congested how can a are going to places like london start supporting that sort of vision in terms of getting kind of infrastructure for bikes and one of the things which was makes quite difficult for politicians to engage with is he's actually surprised me low tech the sorts of things you need are exactly what for example the dutch danes into less than the germans opinion for about twenty thirty or forty years and it's quiet presevo business off first of all separating out the by traffic on busy main roads you don't have this interaction of slow moving bites and caused me at thirty forty fifty miles an hour and nothing more hightech the discount of curbs in traffic lights but then you also have to do this even more low tech thing trump to discourage people from driving their cars in a short distance.
"peter walker" Discussed on Technotopia
"Well it's really interesting when one of the kind of paradoxes of the book if the even though the bike as a kind of invention hasn't fundamentally changed by under twenty or thirty years there is no argument that it's uniquely well suited for modern urban life because we living in an increasingly urbanised world for the first time in history about half the world's population lives in urban areas and that all seeing the same problems seeing increased congestion increased pelacia get pollution they see more and more people killed in road traffic accidents all that kind of stuff and if you get more people to bikes and lots of those things start to change and it becomes tricky when you look further into the air where might have driverless cars and things like that and a long chat with someone who is quite seena at a sidewalk labs i don't know if you know them that escorted her google connected company which are twenty use solutions for tech to see how can of urban living can be mateen better and and you know this this this guy was i will say to anyone in claims to know what it's like in twenty years you know really comp short his idea is that you might have this kind of future where you have on demand driverless cars which will whisk you form a suburb in the city center in a journey would've taking a forty minutes a ten minutes which will make the suburbs much more conducive then open and much more piling for people to live in the atmosphere and he stresses its personal theory is that inancial individual places where people live and work as is kind of pentup.
"peter walker" Discussed on Technotopia
"Okay so i let's talk about your what the general promises so the general promises that if we if we all move towards bikes of like the the mechanical bags electric bikes what can we can really do to to to fix things well any community can be a bike to oversee the thing to stress it doesn't involve every single person every single bit of freight moving onto by keno he's not to imagine this future where 'cause smp not that it just for them to think point out that a loss of carjon is are really the wrong sort of thing that maiden congested cities and towns they often carrying a single person for a very very small distant which could be covered insee fifty minutes by bike but you have to have the infrastructure where people feel safe and then if you get that you get all sorts of benefits come into play i mean one of the big ones which i think is if anything is going to be the trigger to get governments to act if the fact that moment lots of countries and the us is thicky one of them are facing war public health experts call a pandemic of an illness caused by people knotting not living active enough life sure because they just can't they can't drive to work the draft shop and one of the things about exercise is that people only tend to do it every single day is integrated into their day you can say you should go for george walk nepad and it might do that for a bit but if cycling becomes the most convenient in a way for them to local trips in that suddenly integrated their life and then the public health benefits could be just huge absolutely massive arts let's let's verve recall so the what is the future a city look like in in your mind what what does it need look like so that we can survive the next burner for two years.