18 Burst results for "Pontypridd"

"pontypridd" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

08:51 min | Last month

"pontypridd" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

"Runs? Very good very good. Who was number one? The all time number one lightweight berry. Wells from pontypridd nominee joke, it's not funny. He could easily be in a top five ten Stephanie. It's around be more. Think I think. There's well tremendous, but for me jerome. Like him I. Really don't. I know show we'll. If I like again I was landed. Find growing up and that was guilty. I always wanted to be wbz beltway world the Giron. Site, Chaban. Though whenever will I know him imitate what he could do and. Six year, domination lightweight division Williams at. Esteban the Hayes Defeats Michio. When back twice after that, but he beat some good files on the retrial defenses in an era, which was had to keep the title is. Andy argue that. The either of Joe Gone was even more difficult. Choice a week, but I think the way not just around dominance in the seventies. The best boxer never the way you went about this work in the words about Smith. The beautiful brutality of it'll. That's exactly what it was. He just joined to watch an animal, and I just think for me some of the previous podcast of an issue because you're talking about fight. Is You bring in place? If in divisions I, still think durant just as a lightweight to get what he did before knockabout. One of the best ever seen that weight now would probably maybe his best late so for me to. I think you've been easy I think. He stops Joe Gans Forty when Ryan. Drums. And say it. Is it strange how people don't really tend to talk about similar light way? Even though he reigned supreme, but light way, they talk about the full kings who've cruelest next eight season, and any move straight up also white from lightweight, and you know that's a big jump, and it's incredible what he did because I'll let you say. He didn't really have a discipline, and he was probably always boxing after he left lightweight. You've probably always folksinger whites. That was really big. A full launched by he was absolutely brutal. A main is just. Outlaw Pfizer is name. We all love one night. We all love one. We might as well tossing fury will now you could argue just kind of five that the have about them. Everybody loves star ends. Menu still guidebooks five in the end. They was just just so much skill, and after she to his world, they make people miss going forward. The head noodles swivel of his Ed. SIP In shock in a beautiful real jeopardy. Had you see swishing wrong with? A. Punishing you to the body while ago in fights, insides even be moving your arm and hit you with uppercut since. The the body and moving his feet, eight have is a world class. Zero just stood in the Middle Ring crying. What do I do? Every time. He hits me. Feel like cry I'm going to try to hit him back. He's nowhere to be seen. It's just like the worst nightmare is likely. I think though think it'd be more discipline, even the moved up. Epochs back. Iran back is the biggest middleweight and I've seen in my life. I met Roundabout fifteen years ago and needed like A. Heavyweight. Each massive and like Iran Iran and Japan is. Half an inch taller than me. And you just think. You can ditch you never in a million years, and not just a beautifully skillfully was Eddie competed at any weight. And he was just something else. James Toney gets credit for the way he boxes. Ema Sat Day watching Doron he must've sat as much. Slips going forward. Imagine the Taran stuck around with lightweight for two or three as longer, and he could have books Alexis Arguello Montana. I. Mean What what's a dream fight night. They agree no guests. Nobody's PODCASTS LEVATO now don't even think Alexis features any of the post, but was mentioned in four different weight divisions as a content off. You're really really bad for him. Tony Kanari areas. The only other guy I thought that you Jackie Bird might be another two that were in the conversation. They were close for me. Barney Ross was close for me as well again Lisa concentrating Italian fights again, that was Italian Cole coming into boxing another Jewish vice unbelievable life story. Every boyfriend As father, go go! Family Shop. Than became WHOA here. I I'm. Not, ghetto for basically addiction after after the Second World War did these guys live lives? You know who wasn't just wasn't just spoke Synnex Matt stuff some of the time. We need to put them in a universally recognized top three from Skoll so. Let me. Let me take you let me do to. To run, do run run run. Run direct. Job Done if you put you put on that he's going to win yet. Boy Model by model. That's not the reason that's not the reason that we should do it. No but I mean I would admit that said solitaire slightly has. led. The fact that Barry had Joe Gans at three and you had one. Could we agree that? If we put a durant at one that Joe Gans on merit can come in to. Delta me. Yeah, and then Benny Leonard at three. You've made convincing cases for any three of those could win it, but I think. We get the same. I do the same, but I was just the way and the started off. Talking about is love for the first two years of the send. You knew we were going to have a different than one. Yeah, yeah, you're right. You're right to mind. Very good, we should just say that. He's long stop flying people in the ring, but he has conquered corona virus, so I mean that is printing impressive on us in such dreadful disease, but it was great say durant being clapped out of the hospital wards, and so even giving like a victory speech as well so that was great seeing A. Long on the way to recovery now identify elderly to mets over remember. A friend of mine went titles. That guy another comes I they I think this Moose five or six years ago and A. said one of these people just kind of aura about base know about conduct, massive big stall housing loads of people around, but that caught you going through a room and you don't. you think yeah, smell. The potential AILSA in this room and the Doron's the. He came to my came to the ballots. GonNa trick them, and he was having photos who people they were charging of course, but he had two belts and shoulder. A moments at Wbo will talk about Jealousy Inaba. One. I feel sorry for. Giving there's model belt and the other bounty hats which people were going to say. These belts in the belt was an. Intercontinental. Right down to from the house. Just the facility durant's the photos taken they judgment so literally I should have got you around the seat belts, but the fact that people with chuck that Japan has an intercontinental title belts. Ralph from Roy achievements we drown kindred spirits yet. They go the similarities Reynolds for her. Well. We should wrap up for this week. which say thank you Lou Campbell. At the top, even deeping camp, and joining us, so we'll see what happens with him and Juan Garcia but more than anything I'm delights site that we don't have to play that game anymore and actually next week we'll be able to talk about the results from the front. Warren Beatty show and talk about other things that you know maybe make sense, but we don't have to play this. Nitty school to the game again this lockdown. There'll be a time will be allowed back in the office and we can just have five as in of just full and stuff like that I. Don't think would see far away from honestly, but thank you for joining me a hug. Goodbye still doing okay and. Other no jinx it on know that there's like down in that Bob. we can watch the foot one you one and crickets thoughts on Wednesday this week. Just like with the boxing finally come back. We'll be one of the lost comeback, but actually dodging the new normal is not not too far away. Well, Berry Masisi no doubt my thanks to Luca Talk. Yourself and the very, but most of all to you guys at home for listening makes. We join US next week..

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"pontypridd" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

05:42 min | Last month

"pontypridd" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Local cinema to see one of the hot new releases. Don't I'm a particularly good example of this because I never went to the cinema before Lockdown Anyway Matt I. Think you? You've frequented the cinemas of London before lockdown right? I've definitely been to the cinema in my. I was very because. Our local cinema upgraded to you know. Locks version, and it was really cool, because they had all these CD's and then pretty relaxing, and actually I was wondering look. Cinemas can be quite good, because the seats are really far apart, so I was super prepared to get back in them, but my sense is, there's not really any films to go and see if I did. Turn up with my own plastic wrap snatchers. Yeah! So actually Oh, those are allowed type in this weekend like. Not doing that. It's been a really difficult time for the and she cinemas lost about five billion dollars or more since the pandemic started, but so you kind of think they'd be raring to guy who like pubs. Restaurants have been actually a lot of them decided to just not open yet, so. It's a big chain had originally pontypridd on the tenth, but delayed until the end of the month. Picture House in view of the same and it's not just in it as well. The big the summer's biggest films keep getting pushback backside tenant, which is the Nissan from Chris Tonight has been pushed back several times from mid. June to July now states kind of made. So. This is really weird, because we've heard from load of industries in pubs for example actually gagging into get back gyms the same right. Saying we can open in well before we want to be, and my sense is that there are some. There are some signed a quiet place to that like was released, but not really because cinemas closed and stuff. So what's going on? Why is no one you know? Rushing to open their doors. Yeah, so it kind of gets what you said before say might might theory. This is very much. Surpassed of mine is that there's this guy kind of stunned officer? It's got giant game of chicken between the distributors. The cinema chain migo says night point. If there's nothing on the people want to come and see and at the same time there's no point in releasing film. If was going to see it. Or. People don't comfort enough to go and see it and incentives because they're going to be safe, so. It's different with films like. A restaurant where you Kinda, get multiple butts. Dot It right like if you sit on the piping weekend, then he can sell more the following week. You know if you were filmed, it should be toned. You spend hundreds of millions of dollars on Christopher, note and film with all the. Time traveller, way, camera, angles and stuff. It's going to be kind of a one time deal right. He played that. Call it and it doesn't what you re. Release the film a few months later. You know it's It's probably. One shot that you get And when something ten with something as big as that moves that has a knock on effects in every other film on the schedule and kind of drags everything. Back and back lots of other phone bills have been delayed as a result of a big film at tenant moving. This weird game of chicken, your describing between the distributors, the chains and the cinemagoers. Kind of reveals the mechanism behind what films released. When as you say is causing this massive backlog? Nothing wants to release until ten releases. Sir Cinemas choose went to release their films, and does this change in any way because of the lockdown in the backlog that we've got a films. Yes, someone respect you described it as like a big fish, and like a show of smaller fish is going to move in around to compensate for the me for this one big yet big fish, so we in the last issue, the magazine actually we profiled company cooled. COUSY, street analysts takes, they make the kind of algorithms in the southwest weather help cinemas released film so. I say things like you know how many staff to have one very dial. How much popcorn to buy because they can tell based on. The time of year, water films are coming out like how many tickets to sell. Even how much popcorn you need to sell right like different films probably attract different levels of popcorn buying than another films right? And This companies have be very busy during the pandemic kind of huge. Shuffled around. Say even like right in the early days of the pandemic before I think it was even before lockdown even started. We saw the James Bond film, especially coming out in April get push back to the end of the air now to the following year. Takes into account huge range of factors that can impact. How well offense going to that can be anything from the weather of time of year. Let's predict kids or you know Game coming out so i-i-in manatee hundred eight hundred eighty body opening weekend, because it's a big video game out that we can. Everyone was playing it, and then the second week recovered because it was the same kind of audience. does even things like If the country like progressives further than expected in the World Cup that can have a massive impact on cinema. Audiences said they'll have. Something outweigh them something in that software that kind of predicts how well a particular country is GonNa do in a sporting event in the impotent not might have on tickets adds cryptically type of film so now the one thing that goes out to that it's kind of the consumer confidence. deep people feel safe to go to the. How does that vary in different markets? Do you got the impression that people are failing safe because we will see those images of what cinema's would look like? Socially distance you have all those seats and then separate other seats. Even though you're indoors, you're not. Like you're in a boss, however, it's not going to have crowds of people all that I mean. Do you get the impression that people actually do you want to go back to? The cinema was starved for any kind of entertainment. That, we're just going to go anyway. Even though it's safe, be safety. Yeah so I was kind of like thinking well, I'm not. I'm not particularly fast about going back anytime. Seeing know there's more.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

08:30 min | 3 months ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"If you take twenty or fifty or a hundred people that own a business you reduce put a middle line by the way we do this we have our vendor program at our case studies and you see all these people get up and talk about their businesses they're all working in their business none of them are working on their business they have a job right and so what happens is they have to get up and go to work a guy told me one day said this is I thought was very interesting he goes I have a turn key business I said that's interesting I thought he meant like some kind of franchise dealer so much of what you mean by turn key business he said if I get up and go to work and turn the key we have business if I don't get up and go to work and turn the key there is no business mine is a turn key business and I thought that if he had a cute way of explaining it right the way I explain it is is that the difference between owning a business and owning a job is is that if you go to the org chart and that's organizational chart you look on there for different positions your name is not on the chart anywhere and it took me a long time to realize that there is things you like to do right that you want to do you really are skilled at doing you enjoy doing and so you put yourself in a position of doing those things and yet you really don't know how to run a business and you know the time to run a business if you're actually doing the skilled part of the business and if you're doing that you know if you're running a business you don't have time for the skilled part right so Gerber came up a discounted P. as his concept he calls the entrepreneurial seizure it's the day your brain goes dead you know you're going to a brain seizure and you decide I want to open my own business now why would anybody want to open their own business well because their technician they're tired of being pushed around as a technician they're tired of being employee and they want to be the boss thinking that being a technician is really what makes the business go route if you ask any technician go are you over manage the golf course I'm over managed if you ask any technician does your boss in the owner take advantage you do they make money they don't really just because you do all the work and if they of course they do I'm the one that makes everything happen that's the way technician see the world now the reality is when you own a business you have three different types of people now you have many many different positions don't get me wrong but you have three types of people and if you don't have all three types of people in business you don't have a business you have a job so what are the three types of businesses well three types is your entrepreneur your manager's and your technician or your work force so I have a cute little example I was told way back in my twenties about what the difference was should think about having a crew of people trying to build a road through a jungle you've got the technicians you've got the workers the route there Saudi cut need chopping Saudi gotten in Joplin and they're just working working working working working nonstop getting paid to do their job growing and cutting and chopping and knocking stuff down in whatever direction the manager's points the little arrow to go now you have the managers the managers of the people who hire and fire and train the people on how to chop down the trees and clear the forest they're the people that set up the hours of work lunches starting time any time lunch time they're the ones that think about the capital infusion in other words we're going to need to have twenty seven axes here today about ten you saw blades we're going to need three four five chainsaws it said Richard Reid center they're the one that plan the execution and go out and buy in monitored the tools necessary to do the job I can take a good manager and put them in apartment complex and that manager will turn that apartment complex around instantly instantly right but given that manager the job of being the odd to Newark to go buy that property ninety nine percent of the time it must have come to a program like ours to get trained they have no idea how to do it they've been working as the person running the entire business of whatever it is that they do four years and yet couldn't open one themselves if they wanted to they don't know how to raise the capital they don't know how to put the company together they don't know what the profit margin should be at said Brett so if you get back to the the example of the people putting the road through the jungle you've got two guys that are working with the technical guys and then you've got the managers which are making it all happen to keeping everything running you know oiled up machinery going going going going going very very very very very hard working fast effective right the effectiveness efficiency managers work on effectiveness and efficiency technicians work on perfecting skills and doing the work and taking pride in the work done so what does the entrepreneur do the output new orders the person the climbs to the highest tree in the jungle and sits up there and looks around and surveys where they're going and yells down to the managers we're going the wrong way go in the wrong way this is not what this Pontypridd neural activity was supposed to create they're the dreamers they're the envision hers of what needs to be done right so when you look at the entrepreneur what kind of tweets does a real entrepreneur have not been nor lives in the future they never live in the past they rarely even live in the present they're always and constantly producing these what if an if then wouldn't type scenarios in the brain if you ask yourself what what why is still wants to come up with all these weird things to talk about because I'm saying how does that relate you know what if if if this is happening over here what does that mean over here and how can we use those relationships to go build something incredible the other one was an innovator a strategist a creator of methods they look at how do I crack new markets how do we penetrate in the new market how do we do something we haven't done before that can make things completed result like okay we know how to paint let's get more paint jobs it's like how can we go from painting houses the pain you skyscrapers right or maybe we should even get out of the paint this isn't going to resurfacing they're looking at the opportunity our debaters are really good at dealing with your note predicting the future creating possibilities a lot of chaos wow sounds like what we're doing here today on the radio take a short break be right back with a dial on the radio show.

"pontypridd" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

10:05 min | 4 months ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"The new era will how to learn to work collaboratively from wherever you are so that is to some extent. It compete be localization insured. Not Matter where you're working for. What is important is that you shouldn't be empowered. That worked to information to access who immediate ability to get into groups immediate the ability to express your thoughts emotions and your entire expression seem across the end lighting definitely in in many cases to the adoption of virtual reality augmented reality kind of systems which will take. Mace that will which will take the place of physical office spaces and a very rapidly increased base. Yeah I think we all have to brace for the changes in the new world of humans. Now I want to take you back goal a CEO's role you know the focus of the show is How tough it is being a CEO in this situation and we are hearing of different businesses which will be financially impacted by the lockdown and The impending decision can you share an example off all donut? On story era company management through sheer dacians and innovation turned around business that was almost written by the market. It could be of the of the year two thousand On maybe last recession into Sunday. Two thousand nine Whichever exactly would like to take let me give you one example from two thousand and eight and then I'll give you another example which is happening as we speak today so let me go back to two thousand and eight nine. That was a time when the world had suffered massive revenues was a big disruption in terms of liquidity not being available and there was the same. Gash. Smoke grunge was a crunch in terms of availability of materials. Also clenching domes of neighborhood and all of them so this company in Registan that I was working then close lever decided vic the scenes from our epics and legally them if need be so they had a massive communication excise done read. The entire top team consisted of about one hundred hundred sixty people would all made goofy like variance going into the next day of the battle on the scenes of Pontypridd. So so there's houses. Were actually see them off as if to a battle and what they did was extraordinarily interesting. Every vall of their factory and office space became a means of transparent communication of what is going on so because working capital was a key shoop every number in the garden or deter regarding inventories regarding payments to creditors regarding variable was up then share on the walls so that nobody needed to get up as for information. Wait for information to be collated and you know all that slack which would happen has been was eliminated and key out of that. I remember six months after this. Dr This extreme situation they actually were able to need L. Bridge. They're working capital requirements largely by commuting the trust in their supplies. Would Julie financed the by Working Gap Kazakh and vindicate of Either Member Participating in the celebration and the way that the story is moving toward about how they treated in their homes and how they would go back home in the evening and they'll details to them families and at holes did it was been up the motivation levels. Were of an order that I had not seen full and very hard to replicate. Until you can dramatize it and make it. So transparent and so open that people started trusting each other at a level that was never before the case sweet is trust transparency. Integrity communication motivation. Reach made them win. The battle lay back in two hundred and so now cut back to four days. And this is the story that I heard from a purely digital company and this digital company obviously had to a halt because all its systems were built up based on artificial intelligence machine learning blockchain ideas big data analytics and all of that so they decided to break the company up into four teams which would do Torah going innovation in voter called skunkworks or small group interactions so they decided to feel open the entire way in which the company was doing. It's business and take a completely fresh look at it and they did it. In a way that what emerged was a highly enhanced and this story he told me for a dramatically enhanced business model of what they taught was a simple way to communicate with the clients became a highly rich very very predictable model on what might happen if different things happened in the environment so they were able to bring in the outside world and their inside world and completely transform it using technologies that they were familiar with but because they got the chance to sit back and innovate in small groups. They were able to come out with a completely differentiated set of ideas and that will now become. The new model was put out for the entire world to see and this is the kind of change management that seals off tomorrow will how to participated and lead almost everyday and anyway. So how much they did it take for them to land this and start implementing sued. This kind of thing can be planned. It is very spontaneous so they've decided on a particular day two weeks ago that we need to get into this innovation cycle. They just decided and broke themselves up into different groups based on Talinn based on what is required to get the outcomes done and they simply organiz them and they were also working from home so all they needed to do was to make sure that they had collaborative software which will enable them to collaborate. And actually what together while they were distanced? Physical wants data was in place and the inflammation was flowing and the access to their main. Computers was was available. They were in a position to completely change the outcomes so it does not happen always through planning and structuring. It also happens spontaneously and we see a lot of despond entity coming to flower only because the circumstances now in nearly it to so. If you're listening to this show now the example. Shelly she has given should be right motivation. You need the business leader. In these times of pessimism this real conversation show and we always rob sold by talking about the conversations now what position business leaders should be having with their employees to keep up with this fits in these times of Zim. Ashamed to a very unusual conversation that A particular see your chose to have with his entire top deep two hundred people. All of them were on a zoom com. He Cord in his life and both of them talked about everything under the Sun. Personal Episode Story. He's a dramatic incidence. What made them take different career choices. What is it that led them to become what they were? What was the bath? What were the difficulties? What how they children. What the children do it became so personalized and so and lowering for the entire team that they became one at the end of that conversation. People failed in New Jersey. You so much better. It was as if he had become a part of their family. This touched and I think this is something that at and company and a tidy property group. We've been practicing for so many years and I think it's a good thing to bring people into your personal life. Let them share some of your emotions. Your your key incidents your photographs. I had a member when whenever we celebrate key deeps we always have a CD of photographs of the last ten to fifteen twenty years memories which keep coming back flashing. Many of our people stay with us for so many long years and that is what been suspended so today's time the big thing is to become human to show that you are not just a great big strong. Ceo that you are but to show your humanness to show that you can interact at every level. Where every person that conversation to my mind is the most critical conversation that each one of fat should be happening today. This is so lovely to yourself is indeed being human. Is the biggest leadership trait. Seniors need to him by now with that. I would like to wrap up the show. Thanks for taking notes almost dying from an extremely visual. He has been an absolute pleasure conned. I I do hold that few people take away a few good arts and implement them. I'm sure they would have a lot of interesting takeaways from the discussion. Elvis had about the episode of the conversations. Stay safe stay healthy Nelson..

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"pontypridd" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

07:34 min | 6 months ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Just. How severe have these latest flood? Spain and where has been worst affected where we seen all parts of Britain really affected by storm? Denison care in one way or another whether it's travel disruption heavy winds are strong rain. Josh holiday is the Guardian north of England correspondent for the worst affected areas of being from South Wales into Worcestershire Hertfordshire and Shropshire and is in those parts of the countries. Where we've seen a handful of deaths and as we have from caroline many of these places have never seen this sort of flooding before with us. What's remarkable about storm? Dennis is that it seems to have affected really badly areas that haven't seen but for at least ten years a lot of time you talking about the first bad flood in generation. It's the worst. Flooding Hertford has ever seen the river. Wye has hit record levels consuming entire streets. You know you're talking about river levels. I haven't been seen since records began two hundred years ago. How have towns in in south Wales benefit to particularly by this one of those areas it's been affected is the town of Pontypridd which is just north of Cardiff in south Wales and on Sunday? We saw the entire town centre underwater shops completely submerged stock alone in years. Probably were two three four hundred thousand worth of jewelry and the people don't understand and appreciate we've built this business for a very very long time and one of the only independent and we've seen six hundred people displaced there and and being bees in hotels. There's apparently modern thousand homes and properties. They've been severely damaged. Spoke to the Welsh Lebron pay for pontypridd Alex Davies Jones. Who was out helping the clearer? Peifer over what she told me was the. It's just been absolutely heartbreaking to see the effects on people's lives what seems to have happened in. This area is that it's deprived communities that have been quite badly hit so people who couldn't afford the insure owns C can afford a four thousand pound flood insurance. So there's a lot of people on the street who have gotta a gun and in the cleanup operation as well. We've seen the authorities bringing dehumidifiers to people's homes but people can't afford to look these because it selectively they can't afford to use the dehumidifiers. So what would already be a difficult situation for? A lot of people is just made whole worse. How effective do you think the response to storm than has been in the worst affected areas do residents feel? It's been adequate. It's a mixed picture actually. In some of the areas affected the Environment Agency would say that the flipped barriers have saved forty thousand properties and that only six hundred properties of flooded around England. But that's a that's expected to rise but what a lot of people in these areas are saying is that while the forecast might have said. It is going to be heavy rain in our areas. They didn't necessarily realize or weren't told to prepare for their own houses flooding. So what we saw in some parts of south Wales was some dogs being dragged through floodwater Sunday. Morning when the worst of the damage horrid been done. And what is the government's response bane the government? Spain defensive from the very of the new Environment Secretary George Eustis was Open York on the someday immediately facing questions whether flip defenses had failed the flood infrastructure that we have in place the flip defense infrastructure has worked as expected and has put there is concern in some of these areas especially in south Wales. The you know the government doesn't seem to have responded to the scale of the disaster and I think it's fair to call disaster in these areas of infected as quickly as it should have done. There's been no Cobra meeting which is an emergency committee that meets in the Cabinet Office. We should of it. The the Welsh government also have responsibility in this. What have they been doing with the Welsh? Government have been praised for quickly responding to what happened but this morning I met with senior minister. Democtratic foot was out on the streets of Pontypridd the money now that we want to be able to make available to those families who were directly affected by flooding in Wales over last weekend on the weekend before what has angered people is that there's been no direct sign yet from the UK government the dealing with this. This being an absence of Boris Johnson. Who you might remember was quite quick to get to parts of these midland's that were flooded during the election campaign. There have been questions raised. About how useful. Boris Johnson vague video in the floods before Christmas when he was sort of very poorly mopping-up flooded spec savers muffin overflow. That was already dry and then there was a cafe over the road. That was really badly flooded. Didn't bother go into that one and the conservative he. Marconi actually said that the prime minister's presence this time might not be that helpful is great. Having Prime Minister looks good on telly. But do you know what I'd rather? He kept out of the way while the While the Environment Agency did that. Should he convened Cobra given how some people think? Cobra meetings often over show but they do at a reassurance to communities I think the is concerned from some experts not just locals and not just politicians that there isn't an overarching body. That's directing the emergency response for is an emergency across three countries is Wales Scotland and England. To deal with what is still a really difficult situation for low of thousands of homes and businesses. It feels like more and more. We're seeing these images in our papers and on the news of people being rescued on dinghies across the country is becoming more frequent in recent years. It does feel like there's been an increase in frequency and increasing severity to the floodlit. We've seen there's an awful lot going on with the weather over the next few days. Let's break it down and take a look at each element first and foremost storm Carolina. Some people say because the mets office started naming storm so they make headlines more easily Kayla's Desmond has claimed a second victim. Here is a rival. Lived up to the forecasters warnings. But it's not argued by any experts that the climate emergency as other parts of play bracing temperatures across the globe that means the air carries more moisture and results in sometimes extremely severe rainfall. Unt is incredibly unpredictable as well. This is a massive wakeup call in terms of climate. Change One of those people who's been very vocal about this is the local. Mp for Pontypridd Alex Davies Jones. And this is a big sign that the UK government needs to wake and tackle climate.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

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"pontypridd" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The disruption caused by a hard brexit would make it think again about its commitment to britain but in an interview with the bbc the chief executive of airbus's deadly rival boeing pledged to keep investing in britain dennis muilenburg said while the company did not welcome disruption to the movement of goods or to the europe wide system of aviation regulation his company's plans would not change we've been here for eighty years and we're going to continue to be a long term partner in the uk we've doubled our presence here both in terms of boeing presents and supply chain presence over the last five years and we've got a committed investment profile regardless of outbreaks it plays out mr berg's assurances will be warmly welcomed by mrs may whose government has been under attack from business in recent weeks because of slow progress in the brexit talks a bbc investigation has revealed the extent of an islamist terror network based in south wales which funded the islamic state group it was set up by seafood sudjana a bangledeshi born computer expert who was living in pontypridd he was killed by an american air strike in syria three years ago as davis reports police say the network continued after his death saiful susan came to south wales from bangladesh as a student in the early two thousands and set up an it business but at some point he became radicalized and through his company began sending large amounts of money and military grade equipment to these state group in syria and rack suzanne was killed in syria december two thousand fifteen us military officials described him as the head of computer operations for i s the network founded by saiful suzanne is also accused of sending large sums of money to supporters in the united states and bangladesh one source told us it had recruited more than fifty jihadi fighters in bangladesh alone and funded several terror attacks in the country speed limits could be raised in sections of motorway roadworks at times when there's no work going on highways england is to carry out tests to see if the change can be introduced safely andy moore reports it's common frustration for drivers having to drive slowly through row works where nobody is at work highways england is well aware of the problem is chief executive jim o'sullivan said people understood maintenance was necessary but were irritated by it he's trying to find new ways of improving journeys whilst keeping crews safe so in trials over the.

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Investigation reveals elaborate technology terror web in South Wales

Today

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Investigation reveals elaborate technology terror web in South Wales

"The disruption caused by a hard brexit would make it think again about its commitment to britain but in an interview with the bbc the chief executive of airbus's deadly rival boeing pledged to keep investing in britain dennis muilenburg said while the company did not welcome disruption to the movement of goods or to the europe wide system of aviation regulation his company's plans would not change we've been here for eighty years and we're going to continue to be a long term partner in the uk we've doubled our presence here both in terms of boeing presents and supply chain presence over the last five years and we've got a committed investment profile regardless of outbreaks it plays out mr berg's assurances will be warmly welcomed by mrs may whose government has been under attack from business in recent weeks because of slow progress in the brexit talks a bbc investigation has revealed the extent of an islamist terror network based in south wales which funded the islamic state group it was set up by seafood sudjana a bangledeshi born computer expert who was living in pontypridd he was killed by an american air strike in syria three years ago as davis reports police say the network continued after his death saiful susan came to south wales from bangladesh as a student in the early two thousands and set up an it business but at some point he became radicalized and through his company began sending large amounts of money and military grade equipment to these state group in syria and rack suzanne was killed in syria december two thousand fifteen us military officials described him as the head of computer operations for i s the network founded by saiful suzanne is also accused of sending large sums of money to supporters in the united states and bangladesh one source told us it had recruited more than fifty jihadi fighters in bangladesh alone and funded several terror attacks in the country speed limits could be raised in sections of motorway roadworks at times when there's no work going on highways england is to carry out tests to see if the change can be introduced safely andy moore reports it's common frustration for drivers having to drive slowly through row works where nobody is at work highways england is well aware of the problem is chief executive jim o'sullivan said people understood maintenance was necessary but were irritated by it he's trying to find new ways of improving journeys whilst keeping crews safe so in trials over the.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on Talking Politics

"I need write a water what does that let them that is light than as it social campaigning visit by political parties to give me not are wishing that's the big question in a way what would the kind of democracy we i'm sure we still want looked like if the political parties the that stein the classic liquor party if it's going to be replaced with movement party itself may be a three hundred fifty thousand members i mean it doesn't show much signs of dying yep it is it not becoming something different is it not more like a social movement than a glut i mean yes so that this is yet to my questions which is all we moving into an agent possibly is where this is this is social movement politics there are nine so pontypridd on this so at united flight identity i can give regular because i'm you'll only right on the vows is brett representative democracy in a party system but will i think representative democracy will do okay if it can respond to the desire for change interest on this point about labor in the tories i didn't sort of say this all the the way but i think it's interesting to think about wound up the 1945 because often argued 45 both parties ended up responding with a new settlement the tories in particular a you know reform dramatically to take account of war to the labour government are brought in on the changes the labour government are born they kind of they totally tone cells upside down politically i wonder whether that might be one paul thea if kolbin with to win an election it's winter would move the over to luanda would move and you already see a lot of toys i think the next tory leader we'll be somebody who does what may promised but isn't really delivering on and i think he we acquire law of therese of saying now under the surface the defect to go back to where we started since that period of surprises so be it a bit stuck again and if you'd have to british politics and will the amazing piece of it we don't believe oppose any mobin suppose we do they just don't move and we're about to potty politics looks of.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"It's caught taking punches in or pulling punches i'm seeing people said aaron of follow through a haymaker i saw that term be used jiang he pulled the punch what do you mean by that when you pull apart you want the person to build the wind of it but you really are trying to land he hit him with the inside of his pom and let me show you and tell you hi pull it when you watched a video if i pull your shirt and punch you i'm gonna to connect dole things go hand in hand paul you punch you he got the poll he with donna punch i do like headlock as a response i love it because it's like it's something that you do to a child so we do a little brother sir calmed down i'm not going to try to punch you i'm just gonna try to restrain you so you can't punch me it treats you like a child and what i am telling the public as i told you win adam silver doles out his fines for that incident there's another gentleman for orlando that also threw a punch that pulled it all the exact same boy what do you mean there was someone else involved in altercation he comes to play peacemaker did he tries to throw a chicken wing i like this though the aggressive the aggressive peacemaker dj august in fourteen yes he also do the airmaker so we watch this this foods a few times i didn't see dj augustyn throw any kind of pontypridd child throat punch or do anything but kinda walkover think about throwing a punch your gig involved than think about the money was going to cost him and then his way for the rest of you know what i would have done in net skirmish in that may lanes brand in that task stop screamed and ran almost like when there is a fumble and multiple people are just dive in on another and of this year's alonzo trotta see who's going to come up with the lose ball.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And the machine low pontypridd heavy back but he howard tonight it's good to be here but i may be moving nancy pelosi all who directed anyone who live in california like my hope who to agrees with the tax cuts to leave the state we're not fit to be californians anymore if we support this yes and other syllogism simplistic assertion that an emirate a goal art out of the state people who want to keep their gold or leaving going to places like tech who dnotice the style of argument on the far left is also a practice used by conservatives as well but there is that silly typically simplistic style argument here all examples of of loanable things here's our agenda to achieve them if you impose origin of for these laudable things will that means you're against laudable things as opposed to maybe believing that your agenda doesn't have the properties necessary to achieve the goal in whose name it's been offered or in this case if you disagree with her objections will then you are in opposition to objections that only mean to do as well therefore by default you mean us harm me at one point or another the assertion must be tethered to some measurable standard of the ability and debate or your wind of salmonlike rush mark and that seems to be what we have witnessed he pelosi or am i being too snarky low pondering where out you hillock theoretically pacific you have to remember alam average averaged democrat ira unnoticed right now i got so at narberth and let him go hammering a democrat open iq of ninety three so you don't appealed event by logic you appeal to them by your motion and that's what nancy pelosi is doing let me let me just and on and on this before and i say this i won't be able to get some born.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The eagles at the forty six robot of seattle they trail 103 went to soccer centre with four cover deronic that once nine of thirteen produce forty five to the first half toss quite clever try to get to the right side runs into traffic won the kentucky he's not going to get the first snagged up on the right side we're in into traffic and putin find decrease in its fourth them to the forty six yard live forty three seconds and counting romantic of his first and the eagles are going to keep the offense on the field right now they'll hustle up to the line on four to what the 46 philadelphia eleven of fifteen or thorndale this year want to the gun working i put feeling seconds encouring gruber here at a time out his good reutilized would eighteen seconds remaining in this first so carson once uses the time out on four to two the seattle forty six down tend to three a reminder to stay with us for the sudden night football halftime revolt with scot graeme scott will check all the scores of highlights weaknesses thirteen of the nfl season that's coming up at the half so a fourth down a to mike hulbert forty six yard line you've got eighteen seconds it's halftime do you as doug peterson appears to do go forward here or do you bring all the pontypridd kick this what you've got the ball and i don't think there's a you know you put the ball to win okay you have been as explosive as you have been but it's a one score game and here helps the wanting so carson away to the eagle's held without a touchdown give this first halfyear at seattle i would have been disappointed at my old quarterback if he went for that saudi jones dupont the crowd responded to the pengzi law walk at his back through the 10yard line jones tried to the seahawks deep blocking let this won't go over his head it'll.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To the eagles at the foreign secure about of seattle they trail temporary went to soccer centre with boycott of the running back whence died of thirteen produce forty five yard to the first half toss quite clever tried to get to the right side runs in the traffic climatecontrolled he's got the first hour stacked up on the right side were handed the traffic and could find decrease in its fourth into what the forty six yard live forty three seconds and counting romantic of his first knack had the eagles are going to keep the offense on the field right now they'll hustle up to the line on four to what the forty six philadelphia eleven of fifteen don't go down the she wants to become looking at but gordon seconds encouring rubin again a time out is going to be utilize with eighteen seconds remaining in this first so carson once uses the time out on four thirty two at the seattle forty six down 10 the three a reminder to stay with us for the sun and i football halftime report with scott graham scott will check all the scores and highlights were weak numbers thirteen of the nfl season that's coming up at the half so four down a to mike holbrooke forty six yard bond you've got eighteen seconds until halftime do you as doug peterson appears to do go forward here or do you bring all the pontypridd kick this what a what you put the ball i don't think there's a you know you put the ball in okay you have been as explosive as you have been but it's a one score game.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Let's go out west to era geller chargers and broncos eric who uh four secondhalf charge out all over the third quarter ended up hey quite a yard hitting the broncos dallas their old one yard line begin their second half by shrek bob steps and apply over city it was sacked white fumbled one bad all went over charges philip rivers with one sacrifice odd bowler even three eight yards he just eighty nine the benefit of struggle obviously plenty of leaving as well we're about adrs behave both key even just over two hundred yards off in the first half total of king so it is now fourteen nothing charger with fifty seven left in the third quarter a taking hold hey at the old one yard line got killer all right so length of the field for the chargers who have the fourteen nothing lead let's go to mike mankyu so seahawks in giants underway thirdquarter mike by guys just on the way here in the second half the giants have the ball any seven two three lead and what was a pretty on eventful first half uh he lie manning would the touchdown pass to evan anger a fiveyard uh for the score and that was the result of a turnover it was a rawls fumbling the ball for seattle it was recovered by land collins who ran it back to the seattle seventeen in a couple of plays later manning with the touchdown pass uh so the seahawk have struggled lots of town these lots of dropped passes uh despite the fact that they've had a substantial number of plays ran compared to the giants it just really not able to do much of anything i think it again injury for the giant flying back it'd be good thin hurt his ankle he is out and will not return until the giants left a deal with that now we have upon that might have been just blocked as the giant kicking it off the kicking a to seattle it looks like seattle of good field position first tenet midfield looks like they blocked pond or got at least a piece of it will take over uh on down so actually not a downs guys plenty seattle has the first intended midfield guys nature giant 73 a pretty impressive a got the midfield knighted they would have been about a fouryard pontypridd didn't.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And we're always on your money station am 1410 kbnp do not likely to send in the now ever republican out there believes that this is a fundamental reason were in charge the democrats of loves the modesty of that idea and we've been the biggest political visionary of obama gear and we weren't in front of nate pages the benificiary of iron ibn so at the end of the day will we dry again our martin yes we should not want to go back to south carolina and say that i did everything i could villa volunteer not leaving in that horn that mcconnell is doing everything he can paul ryan told me to monday's view has it we thin welcome back everybody welcome back every year as alan nathan the militant moderate once again this is the oasis for those who have aversion to the left ride black white twodimensional approach absolutely delighted you could be with us and you're listening to senator lindsey graham the great state of south carolina who is a cosponsor of the graham cassidy ville would a stent simply removing replace the affordable care act obamacare and he said look i was told by house speaker paul ryan that if we get it through the senate is going to get through the house so what's going to happen in that regard lots to cover in his usual la never to quite enough time to get into everything but where try we're trying with everything we cam um obamacare repeal and replace apparently has a fighting chance but do the improvements outweigh the sappointing minutes we have assisting in you'll putting and analyzing overall show little ponte former think tank futurist and retired rubbing editor reader's digest magazine he has been a contributing editor reason magazine and is currently a column is the news max you've seen as articles in publication's like the wall street journal the new york times also he's co author with craig smith of the recent released in highly praised book entitled money morality and the machine low pontypridd heavy back how.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Actually did pass along something of substance that has not yet been disclosed this is one of the reasons the media won't let go of it folks the media in even some on our side are convinced that this is immigration the story as a cover and at what ever the meeting was about it was substantive and the media thinks that it could equal collusion the best i have been able to determine by consulting legal go after legal beagle is that no law was violated by donald trump jr in either accepting the meeting were taking it but at this point let me throw something else into the mix let's pretender door hypothetical here let's say that she did have something of substance and let's say the meeting did contain that something of substance in everybody's having a cow over it my friends we have to go back to the famous dossier which i further confirmed today that john mccain and jim coil me were instrumental in this dossier becoming a basis in formidable part of every bit of the investigation of trump now as best we can tell despite the doubters as best we can tell donald trump jr receive nothing from the honey pot nobody can produce whatever they think it was the people who think that there's no way that immigration was actually what was on the pontypridd's parts mine they still don't have any idea of what was passed on what did donald trump jr receive howwever going the dossier is a different issue and that's on the democrats the democrats did reach that dossier comes from russia i found a piece today by a stanford russian expert hoover institution who read back in january twelve who read the dossier now it is reported that a british mi six agent actually wrote the dossier this russian soviet expert at stanford says no way this was written by kgb people he can tell by the sentence structure rican tell by which words senator capitalize deakin just tell that the russians wrote the dossier it has been attributed you christopher steel infusion gps because that's probably who the russian agents passed at one two in order to get into circulation once mccain heard about it he sent an aide across the atlantic the hard copy colmey got a copy of it brennan at the cia going to copy and we're off the races on the trump investigation.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The cable executive the forecast has a heated visory ineffective 9 o'clock wednesday night this overnight we can expect warm and he would conditions of patchy clouds expected lows in the low 70s in west county to near eighty downtown but the arch partly sunny for the day on wednesday hot and humid with a high around one hundred were up to ninety seven on thursday with a chance of an afternoon storm i'm alex bagman kmox news that's this is our american stories and this actually sounds like a little bit of the synthesizers don't you won't be baby is of aidid's ted music just noughts actually from yawns pretty new stuff the new oldstyle massive the new like throwback i5 of the size this fool for more pontypridd five and i'm like us to be talked with these guys you were going to be talked into the guys have a great that's a like a big order he said we can't say the f word anymore so we say off of what are we say chant we challenged challenged arafat fascism as an older lighter guy and then there's like a jewish guy and they get on the stage and make this music and i'm looking forward to talking to those have saluting playing some of jesse in alex his favorite music you're on our american stories and recently one of our producers came across a blog post at her view from home dot com by the way a so why are you know i don't know what you but that's okay mom liked on faces was view this wasn't you know faith is going an amazing by the way this is an online woman's magazine with daily articles about family kids fashion health recipes faith mid sounds like a good site and there was a post from debbie basin and the title the post is sure to grab your attention and the content is sure to pull your heart strings and for good reason w agreed to read it for us and he or she is with her piece called stop being abut whole wife stat being about whole wife now i'm serious and it let's start with the laundry angst i get it they guy can't find the hamper its maddening it's insanity why why must healy piles of close scatter it the same way.

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"pontypridd" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pontypridd" Discussed on WEEI

"About lebar at which would he make you nervous if you're a general manager and look built the lakers wanted a they got up that got kit at the track garrod team his kids gonna take the team to the playoffs at the news for you take law and i got news for your microphones aren't going to disappear from in front of our ball now god now at the first time heat up starter the first time is minutes get little low and somebody sticks microphone in front of a musical of ours going to say on odd that again i don't have to do with this will help our in the you didn't not only did not take long for love our ball to guarantee launch those going to bring the lakers the playoffs didn't take long for ben simmons the take the twitter ed call crazy didn't take long for joy lembi to say we're gonna dunk on this guy joy like they lawns over has the biggest our target on his back more than maybe anybody an unusually stud players coming the league have that at the barclay in shack they talked about chris webber came into the league in like they knew this is the next hotshot mid won't show up a little bit but this is a whole different level like this is you're trying to shut the dad up in you're taking it out on the sun beds simmons his three was the best crazy pale volume rose phil perry although it's true in those players there's going to be more of them that speak out and he's gonna be on all the highlights next year of our you're facing lawns oh ball yup blockage shot can you across the mall pontypridd whatever it is he's he's got he's got work cannot where we see when the the sidebyside lavarra is saying hey good book he's got the new hat on if you can book it mussons taken the lakers for the playoffs and laws those on the splitscreen sitting next to the forget who during the interview if he just kinda like like his head down musavi just like okay he's he's obviously used to it like man you can't even let them enjoy draft nizam heirs halimi's go on the planet if your night if not here it was it was his night caretaker take your many were there thank you very much a.

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