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Fresh update on "queen elizabeth" discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

01:16 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "queen elizabeth" discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"You enjoy what you are about to listen to over the next 60 or so minutes, then search for us on flat chat with codders and like and subscribe, smash that like button. It's various idiots on YouTube today. And as the latest issue of GP racing magazine arrives on the newsstands, we look at why the Porsche Red Bull marriage is off before it was even on a news story months in the making. Meanwhile, on the cover we have Lewis Hamilton written off by some pundits as a spent force who ought to retire. He says he's going to prove them all wrong. And Mercedes is counting on him to do just that. Joining me to ponder a nonexistent mergers and retirements are life from gateshead, it's auto sports Matt Q hello cutters, hopefully at this stage of my career, I'm nowhere near retirement and as far as I'm aware, no merges on the horizon, so just simple, unadulterated Mac for you. Very good. Well, hopefully you're about to merge with a BMW 2002 in a week or so time. Tittering at the other end of a line is Mark Gallagher. Welcome Mark. Thank you very much. Good to be here. I'm not going to mention retirement. This is getting dangerously close. Some people never retire that idea. Well, I'm hoping not to completely retire. But once you hit the big 6 O, it starts to back in. We, in our office, we have the joy of the ageless and boundlessly enthusiastic Tony Tobias. Various sales related to the auto sport international show and I actually quite sure how old Tony is, but he's nowhere near contemplating retirement. And he's so enthusiastic constantly. We've just had the funeral of someone who kept going. Well into her 90s and worked right up until two days before being a mortality cold. Indeed, I do have that you came up with I suppose some people might say a massively obvious stat but one I actually hadn't considered on the Twitter the other day, which was that only one Formula One World Champion kind of completed their entire record before she was the reigning monarch, which just that sort of underlines that amazingly long run. Yeah, that tweet took a bit of a three days to compile because every previous version of it begged the question. Someone was going to go. But Fangio, Fangio and 51 and so I had to come up with their entire world championship record completed under Queen Elizabeth so yeah, so Nina farina and that was it. But it actually kind of makes you think that it was kind of good perspective. I wonder what she an autosport subscriber for the entire time. I'm not sure that back house was on the free list. And actually when we went to the first Grand Prix, didn't they? I mean, she didn't go to the first business in her parents, but it's a sort of a popular misconception that's grown up because of misreading of the caption of the images because it says king George let me get my Georgia seat. George VI. King George VI of Queen Elizabeth appear at the inaugural world championship Grand Prix at Silverstone in 1950, across that Queen Elizabeth more lastly known to us as the queen mother who left us 20 years ago. Queen Elizabeth II, as she was not yet then, was pregnant and definitely not going to be attending motor racing events with loudoun. I didn't realize I didn't realize you were the water sport network's royal correspondent as well as everything. The Nicholas witchell just call me Nicholas witchell. You promised never to call you Nicholas witchel college. Let's revert back in the words of a former colleague to the actual subject. Let's try and unpack the Porsche madness, which happened just before this issue of GP racing went to the printers. Fortunately not as we were hitting Apple P unlike last month's seismic news. What a strange thing this was. This was supposed to be not just an engine supply deal, but a partial acquisition of Red Bull Racing, and the due diligence had been done, all the legal boxes ticked, and it was just a question of when the 2026 engine reg refined that they would then, they would then tada as various irritating PR types using a sort of a not just a noun as a verb, but a ridiculous noise is a verb. Unfortunately, those engine regs were delays and second thoughts set in. So Mark, you've been in the engine trade, you've had dealings with corporates. Surely it's never a good idea to give people too long to moll the consequences of a deal, buy a stroke seller's remorse can set in and scupper it. It's interesting when you look at the fact that it was all looking to was moving in the right direction and then all of a sudden there was that gap and then it kind of fell apart. But actually it kind of feels that maybe both parties have had a near miss there, which they may well come to appreciate because quite often there's a haste to getting deals done and then you sign up to everything and then you find out afterwards that it wasn't quite the way that you wanted it to be. And I was kind of really thinking about the fact that when BMW and Williamson there a deal and that looked on paper like it was going to be just going to be a great partnership and it began to fall apart and the beyond of fall apart because of power play between Munich and grove and in the end BMW just they were often and over to sabre to do their deal over there. And I think the prospect of Porsche and Red Bull going the same way where you could too heavyweights come in together and unable to find a structure that works for both of them Porsche putting their brand into Formula One. It's such a massive statement. They don't really want to be playing second fiddle to Red Bull, and in equally Red Bull don't well, they don't need Porsche. I mean, this is the thing which really became evident. I suppose was that it's a nice if it's a deal that can be done. It would be great, and obviously there's lots of benefits to that, but Red Bull don't need the money. I mean, that's a thing the Red Bull Racing don't need the money. I'm sure there's a welcomed it, you know? It's more profitability and great potential there in terms of the two dare I mention the brand where the two brands working together Red Bull and Porsche you can imagine they can start taking a whole bunch of things together. They'd be synergies. There's a lot of synergy, huge medicine and are we going to see how many times you can get the word synergy into the podcast. Helmut Marko and Christian Horner could not be more relaxed about the fact that this deal has not moved forward. That completely relaxed about it. There is no sense that Red Bull were in the last chance to learn trying to do a deal with Porsche because what helmet 79 Dietrich Madison 78. I mean, it was some people thought, oh, this would be like the stepping stone Red Bull into porridge portion by the team or by half the team and then take it over. And actually the opposite has proven to be the case. Red Bull are in no rush to go anywhere. They've got their powertrain division. They have high degree of confidence over that. Hamlet Markle seems to think that they have at least one manufacturer and I don't think it will take a rocket scientist to work out who that is.

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 Buckingham Palace releases picture of King Charles at work

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 d ago

Buckingham Palace releases picture of King Charles at work

"King Charles the third has been pictured taking up his new state duties in Buckingham Palace for the first time in the image of the monarchy looking into his official red box which contains documents from the British government and the common wealth In a sign of royal continuity the pictures taken in front of a photo of his late parents Elizabeth and Philip which the pair had gifted to king George 6 in 1951 the year before Elizabeth became queen During her own reign Queen Elizabeth II was also regularly pictured with her official red box which each monarch receives from their private secretary

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Tens of thousands gather to pray at Jerusalem's Western Wall, monks offer Buddhist prayers for Queeen Elizabeth, and the Unification Church promises reforms.

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Tens of thousands gather to pray at Jerusalem's Western Wall, monks offer Buddhist prayers for Queeen Elizabeth, and the Unification Church promises reforms.

"In this week's religion roundup tens of thousands gather to pray a Jerusalem's Western Wall Monks offer Buddhist prayers for Queen Elizabeth and the unification church promises reforms More than 35,000 Jewish worshippers prayed at the Western Wall in Jerusalem early Friday ahead of the Jewish high holidays The penitential prayers at Judaism's holiest site took place ahead of the Jewish new year rosh hashanah that begins at sundown on Sunday September 25th Thousands of Israelis are expected to visit Jerusalem in the coming weeks for the holiday Jews revere the Western Wall The holiest site where Jews can pray as a remnant of the biblical temple that stood in antiquity Israel's minister in charge of police said authorities would not limit Jewish visits to the contested Jerusalem holy site known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound Visitations and prayers by hardline Jewish radicals at the site have triggered previous rounds of violence between Israel and Palestinians Buddhist flags held a special prayer session in a Kathmandu monastery Monday to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II Britain laid Elizabeth to rest at a state funeral that drew presidents and kings princes and prime ministers In London up to a million people lined the streets to say a final goodbye to a monarch whose 70 year reign defined an age The unification church whose close ties with Japan's governing party emerged after the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe has acknowledged it accepted excessive donations from the suspect's mother Abe was shot to death during an outdoor campaign speech in July The suspect has reportedly said his mother's donations bankrupted his family and ruined his life Japan's current prime minister is under fire over his handling of the church controversy and for pushing a state funeral for Abe I'm Walter ratliff

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Eric Reflects on the Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:04 min | 4 d ago

Eric Reflects on the Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

"Watch the queen's funeral? Yes, I watched parts of it. A lot of it. And I found it very moving. I was moved by how Christian it was. It was profoundly Christian. And the fact that, you know, scores of millions, if not hundreds of millions of people watched something that was so Christian, it really was, it was just an extraordinary thing. The queen was serious about her Christian faith. And as I say over and over and over again, just because someone says they're a Christian, it's virtually meaningless to say you're a Christian. The question is, are you living like a Christian? You know, and from what I know, she was quite a serious Christian and the funeral was just magnificent. It was transcendent. And really, those kinds of events, the majesty of it, of our funeral procession. All those things, I think, point us toward God. There's something so beautiful about that kind of solemnity, so I was very moved by it. And I think it was, it was wonderful that they televised it. When

Bank of England rate hike avoids more aggressive step

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Bank of England rate hike avoids more aggressive step

"Britain's Central Bank has raised its key interest rate again in order to avoid more aggressive steps to tame inflation the Bank of England has raised its key interest rate by another half a percentage point the benchmark rate is now at 2.25% The decision was delayed by a week so that Britain could mourn its late monarch Queen Elizabeth II it also follows economic relief measures announced by prime minister Liz truss's government that are expected to ease inflation at least in the short term It is the 7th time in a row that the bank has heights up rates in a bitter curb soaring food and energy costs written surging rate of inflation is threatening to fuel a cost of living crisis that many consider to be the worst in a generation Karen chamas London

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

03:31 min | 6 d ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on BrainStuff

"While the numbers are still relatively low, there's been a clear increase in registrations, and I think we can attribute that to the depiction of the queen and her corgis in popular culture. In the United States, the breed continues to be very popular. The American kennel club currently ranks the pembroke Welsh corgi at number 13 out of a 193 breeds in terms of popularity. In 2002, the queen made the difficult decision following the deaths of both her sister and the queen mom, that she would stop breeding corgis so that none of them would outlive her and be forced to grieve her loss. A feral explained that a lot of older pet owners are forced to make the same difficult choice, not to take in a young dog. For working dogs that are bred to have a close relationship with a particular shepherd. The separation can be hard on the animal. A Ferrell said, corgis, like their person, and the queen is their person. However, in 2021, after the death of her husband, Prince Philip, her son, Prince Andrew, gifted Elizabeth with a new corgi to keep her other corgi company. She also had a dorky, a cross between a corgi and a dachshund, and a cocker spaniel at the time. One Monty Roberts, who served as a horse and dog breeding adviser to the queen, told Vanity Fair how devastated the queen was after a previous corgi Monti died in 2012. At the time, he asked the queen about breeding a replacement for Monty. A Robert said to Vanity Fair, I have no right to try to force her into continuing to bring on young puppies if she doesn't want to. That isn't my right. But it still concerns me, but because I want her to believe in her existence until she's no longer here. Because she's just too important to the world to contemplate checking out. For me, the queen, Hannah, die. Today's episode is based on the article how Queen Elizabeth fell in love with corgis on how stuff works dot com, written by Dave ruse. Brain stuff is production of iHeartRadio in partnership with how stuff works dot com and is produced by Tyler clang. Four more podcasts, my heart radio, visit the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Need life insurance, but have diabetes, high blood pressure, or on anxiety meds, if you're a 50 year old male, even porky or with type two diabetes, a $1 million of life insurance may only cost you about 200 bucks a month for affordable term life insurance called term provider and speak with big Lou at 807 168 98, 807 168 98 or visit big Lou dot com. Remember, big lose like you. He's on meds too. 807 168 98. Today's episode is brought to you by michelob ultra pure gold. When's the last time you actually logged off and really took your vacation days? For listeners of legal drinking age, michelob ultra pure gold wants to help you with that PTO. That's paid time outdoors. Go to michelob ultra dot com slash PTO to request your PTO. For a chance to win a trip for four to an amazing remote destination. Enjoy responsibly, copyright 2022 Anheuser Busch, McLeod ultra pure gold light lager, St. Louis Missouri, no purchase necessary, open to U.S. residents ages 21 and up. Void where prohibited enter by October 14th, 2022, for official rules, visit michelob ultra dot com slash contest, hyphen rules.

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Biden Shows up Late to Queen Elizabeth II's Funeral, Departs Hastily

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | 6 d ago

Biden Shows up Late to Queen Elizabeth II's Funeral, Departs Hastily

"What was going on with Joe Biden over at the funeral for the queen. We've got the photos and we have the video up on our website Todd stern's dot com. You got to see this. It's unbelievable. So first of all, Biden shows up late for the funeral, which is why they had him what 14 rose back. They had all the world leaders sitting up in the front, Joe Biden got stuck behind the president of Poland and the misses doctor misses First Lady Joe Biden was sitting next to the president of Switzerland. And then behind them was the president of the Czech Republic. Is that really where we are in the global pecking order right now? So anyway, the guy was late. They actually stopped the beast in front of some sort of a sandwich shop. They're in London, and they got stuck in traffic. So Biden finally gets there. And we've got the video of this where he walks in and he's writing the condolence book, right? And typically you would write like a little message, you know, my sympathies. For the queen, signed Joe and what's your head Joe? Biden couldn't even do that. They actually, The White House staff gave him a cue card. And he actually was writing based on whatever was on that cue card. And we got the video. You can see it for yourself. It's like I don't even try to hide it anymore. So anyway, they finally get in and they're in the back of the room. The Biden is sitting there and he's playing with his tongue. So he has his tongue out and he's got his hands his fingers on the tongue as if he had just now discovered, oh, there is there is flesh in my mouth. What is this? I don't know if he was just bored. I don't know if it was like some sort of childlike curiosity

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'I didn't want to miss it': Royal funeral on global live TV

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

'I didn't want to miss it': Royal funeral on global live TV

"People around the world have been watching Queen Elizabeth's funeral on TV In Hong Kong British citizen Tom fell remembered being at the queen mother's funeral hand Princess Diana's So hard not to not to be there So he and others around the globe watched from a South African amphitheater She showed us courage She showed us Judy To British pubs in Paris It's a historical moment in English history and I didn't want to miss it And here in Washington Didn't feel right It is watching my own home Saw Germain Washington

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Queen Elizabeth II mourned by Britain and world at funeral

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Queen Elizabeth II mourned by Britain and world at funeral

"On a tree lined avenue leading up to Buckingham Palace mourners from all over Britain and the worlds came together in their thousands to pay their respects to the late monarch As a radio broadcast of the funeral plays out live to well wishers along the boulevard many listen in respectful silence I spoke earlier to royal fans Ian namari Talbot who came from Ontario in Canada to be part of this historic event We arrived yesterday morning and we're flying out on Monday So very four days very quick Especially for the Queen Especially for the Queen American Rebecca Morris made a special pilgrimage from Maryland to London to honor her late mother's memory I wanted to see history And it was something that my mom and I wanted to do together My mom passed away last year So I wanted to come To honor the queen and honor her Karen Chammas London

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Britain and world say final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Britain and world say final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II

"The last post has been sounded at the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II as the nation falls silent to honor Britain's longest reigning monarch The king had led members of the royal family in a procession behind the coffin to Westminster Abbey where world leaders were among the congregation of the hour long service during the sermon the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin wilby remembers Queen Elizabeth Now gone from us she was joyful Present to so many touching and multitude of lives The coffin left the Abbey to proceed by gun carriage to Wellington arch before the queen's laid to rest later next to her beloved husband Prince Philip at saint George's chapel in Windsor Charles De Ledesma under

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Meet those willing to spend at least 12 hours in line to say their final goodbyes to Queen Elizabeth

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Meet those willing to spend at least 12 hours in line to say their final goodbyes to Queen Elizabeth

"The public have said their last goodbyes as lying in state ends ahead of Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral Britain and the world allowing the queen to rest at a state funeral that draws presidents and kings princes and prime ministers as well as up to a million people lining the streets of London to say a final goodbye to a monarch whose 70 year reign defined an age a day packed with funeral events in London and Windsor began as the doors of the 900 year old Westminster rule closed to mourners hundreds of thousands had waited for hours many of them through cold nights to file pass the queen's flag draped coffin in a moving outpouring of national grief

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Bidens among thousands paying respects to Queen Elizabeth II

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Bidens among thousands paying respects to Queen Elizabeth II

"People across Britain paused for a minute of silence in memory of the only monarch most have ever known The hands at Big Ben marked 8 p.m. without playing its usual bell mourners outside Buckingham Palace stood in silence with their heads bowed to show respect to the late queen as the minute ended the crowd erupted into respectful applause Inside Westminster hall where the queen's coffin lay in state the usual stream of mourners stopped moving to observe the minutes in deep silence a kingsguard banged his sword on the ground to mark the end The minute of reflection comes on the eve of the queen's state funeral a historic moment of national mourning that will also see the biggest gathering of world leaders for years Karen Chammas London

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Queen Elizabeth Funeral News | Queen Procession Live Updates | English News Live | King Charles - CNN-News18

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Queen Elizabeth Funeral News | Queen Procession Live Updates | English News Live | King Charles - CNN-News18

"The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will be the biggest security operation London has ever seen London's mayor said he Khan told the AP that the queen's state funeral is an unprecedented security challenge Not only will central London be packed with hundreds of thousands of people but the guest list for the funeral includes hundreds of emperors kings queens presidents and prime ministers from around the world More than 10,000 police officers will be on duty that day with reinforcements coming from all of Britain's 43 police forces Street trains and garbage bins are being searched and sealed on the day there will be police spotters on rooftop sniffer dogs on the streets marine officers on the River Thames and mounted police on horseback He throw airport its grounding dozens of flights so as not to disturb the funeral service Karen Chammas

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'Friends forever': Last two mourners in line to see Queen Elizabeth II lie in state

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

'Friends forever': Last two mourners in line to see Queen Elizabeth II lie in state

"Thousands of people in London have continued to line up around the clock to file past the queen's coffin as it lies in states Warner's determined to pay their respects to the queen got in line overnight in anticipation of a 16 hour long queue British actor Michael Howe said Britain's moment in history feels special And this is like a pilgrimage It's quite extraordinary Morning Armed with tents and sleeping bags some mourners like Sheeran Thorpe have started camping out along the funeral procession route to make sure they get a glimpse of the ceremony And we didn't want to miss the chance of not being able to see the queen passing us in the royal family and we can mourn and pay our respects alongside them While security is tight Thorpe says everyone has been quite supportive The public and the police have all been supporting us well wishing

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Queen Elizabeth II's funeral: What will happen in Windsor? - BBC

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Queen Elizabeth II's funeral: What will happen in Windsor? - BBC

"Of officials have made final preparations for the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II the day before the late monarch has laid to rest dignitaries from around the world including president Joe Biden are arriving in London the funeral is expected to be a spectacular display of national mourning that will also be the biggest gathering of world leaders for years Around 500 royals heads of state and heads of government from around the globe have been invited Meanwhile thousands of people continued to line up to see the queen's coffin as they braved the chilly nighttime temperature in London Karen Chammas

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Queen's 8 grandchildren hold silent vigil beside her coffin

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Queen's 8 grandchildren hold silent vigil beside her coffin

"All 8 of Queen Elizabeth II's grandchildren have stood in silent vigil beside her coffin The crowds cheered as a motorcade carrying the queen's 8 grandchildren arrive at Westminster hall They marched in procession into the hall led by Prince William and prince Harry in military uniform A queen's guard banged a sword three times on the ground before the 8 royals stepped up on the platform where the queen's coffin lay they stood in silence by the monarch's coffin lying in state draped in her royal standard and capped with a diamond studded crown Karen chas London

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Queen Elizabeth Funeral 2022 | King Charles Joins Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Procession - India Today

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Queen Elizabeth Funeral 2022 | King Charles Joins Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Procession - India Today

"On his way to Great Britain for the queen's funeral President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden departed joint base Andrew Saturday morning for the flight to London to attend the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II Biden was set to meet with new British prime minister Liz truss on Sunday But the prime minister's office said Saturday they will not need in London and will instead have a meeting at the UN General Assembly on Wednesday in New York The White House confirmed the UN meeting just as the president boarded Air Force One Mike Gracia Washington

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

08:06 min | Last week

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"I'm too close, but that's how it feels. Obviously don't need to tell you of all people that this is going to be an absolutely immense global televisual event. That being the case, do you think the image that the people who tune into this are getting of Britain as opposed to the monarchy is accurate? How much of modern Britain do you think is reflected in what the monarchy projects overseas? You know, I think one of the things that you really get here is the cross cultural nature of what the country has become. King Charles spoke about that in his speech that during the lifetime of the queen, it's become a country of multiple cultures, multiple faiths. So the face of the UK has changed in that time. But all the faces of the UK seem to be speaking with one voice about the queen. Look, it is a self selective process in a way that if you go out on the street and you get in line to go pay your respects to the queen's coffin. Then you would naturally be somebody who would have stronger feelings towards the monarchy. But I think what we're seeing on the streets is a reflection of what Britain has become, which is a vastly different place than the post World War II Britain of the early 1950s when the queen came to the throne. And I was in Scotland as well. And Northern Ireland and I have to say, you know, you have unionists and nationalists in both countries. I didn't get that feeling talking to people that here was a unionist. And here was a nationalist. People who were nationalists and both Scotland and Ireland were Northern Ireland, were telling me that they were very supportive of what the queen had done and were willing to give King Charles a shot to see how well he could do. Big shoes to fill in, they said, but they wanted to see how he would do. All that said, do you think there is any argument that the monarchy does create an idea of the United Kingdom? This idea of the country is a somewhat staid, stuffy, hidebound, old fashioned sort of place. Sure it does, that's where the monarchy comes from it comes from a system of an entitled elite that maintained their place of authority in the country and along comes a parliament. Hundreds of years ago and things begin to change. And I think the evolution that we see today, the aristocracy is not as big and as entitled and as powerful as it was. And you can not escape the Pinnacle of the aristocracy is the monarchy. But again, it's an evolution, and it changes. And I think the royals are acutely aware of that as everyone else. There have been dissenting voices over the last little while, and many of them have focused on the monarch's place as the head of what was an empire which spanned pretty much the entirety of the world at one point and which, like all empires do, did not do, I think it's fair to say, unalloyed good in all of the territories, it conquered. Does maintaining the monarchy as these people have argued, do you think it prevents a proper reckoning with empire, or is there perhaps some sort of case to be made that maintaining the monarchy kind of encourages that conversation to continue? These are great questions. And it's very hard to answer them simply, I think. Beyond a doubt, the monarchy grew stronger and richer through the empire. And that was at the detriment to people within that empire. As the empire fell apart, the queen pulled together some remnants of that empire in the Commonwealth Commonwealth of 53 nations, which really sort of identifies itself today because the sovereign of the UK is only the sovereign of 14 other countries. Is one that sort of sees itself more defined by common allies in business in sporting events. In these regards, I think rather than the sort of overlordship. Which gets to your point of how do you ever have a reckoning with that past? And I think it's hugely important and difficult if there's anyone that can reckon with the past, that surely should be the monarchy. But when you try to sort of break down the ideas of empire, of course, there were empires that go way back before the British Empire, Roman Greek, or whatever. And how far back do you go in history? I suppose you could look at what happened to the original Britons when the Romans arrived here and never recovered because the angles and saxons came in the south and then the Vikings from the north and all of that. But the deep, I think, hurt that the empire has caused is more visible because as I was saying it's on the streets of our country today and there are people and we've seen this through the statues protests here who feel that sense of empire wronging them as being very, very real and rightly they should feel that way. Can this monarchy evolve towards that? Look, if the popular voice says you need to do this, then that's the direction the monarchy will be pushed in. The monarchy, if nothing knows how to survive and it is shaped by what people want. Just finally then, do you think there's any way at all that King Charles the third can hope to have the same diplomatic heft, his mother required, or was that presence eventually a function of her longevity, that she'd just become such a permanent fixture that she was seen as this. I guess solid and reliable and considerable diplomatic force. Well, she came to the throne at a time when the United Kingdom was still a very large global force to be reckoned with the world was reconstructing itself out of the ashes of World War II and therefore there was a dynamic that existed there where Britain carried more weight in that dynamic and shaping the world and the queen could have a bigger role in that than I think Charles can have in hope of shaping a significantly similar diplomatic heft that the queen had because the role of the United Kingdom is more diminished. We don't have a voice as strong as we did in the European Union, for example, there are members of the Commonwealth that feel that's not a good idea. The British Empire, what remains of it is not as malleable as it was when Queen Elizabeth came to the throne. Nick Robertson, thank you for joining us. That was Nick Robertson international diplomatic editor for CNN. As the title of this week's episode of the foreign desk foreshadows, Queen Elizabeth II's funeral will indeed be a funeral like no other. But there have been funerals a bit like it, which means that there are people who have some idea what it is like to attend such an occasion. Earlier we spoke to Alexander stubb, who served as prime minister of Finland from 2014 to 2015, mister stube attended the ceremonial funeral of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher back in September 2000 and 13. Yeah, I mean, I remember being in the cathedral and obviously the moon being very somber. And I also actually remember George Osborne being teary eyed. And, you know, a lot of the people that memories of Thatcher speaking, I think it was a very solemn and a grand event. And I certainly will never forget it. I think I was trade minister at the time. And they told me where to go and what to do. There's a lot of waiting around. There's a lot of security. I do hope so remember that all the streets were shot down. And you know, I think London is quite how would I say busy city. And then once the procedure was over, for some reason, the embassy car was able to be taken through the streets of London in an opposite direction with absolutely no people around. And that felt kind of eerie

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King stands vigil; Wait to see queen's coffin hits 24 hours

AP News Radio

01:17 min | Last week

King stands vigil; Wait to see queen's coffin hits 24 hours

"Throngs of people continue to line up and file past Queen Elizabeth II's coffin as it lies in state at parliament Today some of them witnessing a vigil by her children I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Mourners have ranged from young children to London retirees to former England soccer captain David Beckham To have someone that has led us the way her majesty has led us for the amount of time with kindness with caring and always reassurance I think that's the one thing that we all felt safe Inside Westminster hall the atmosphere has been somber reverential Friday a few witness King Charles the third and his siblings princess Anne Prince Andrew and Prince Edward arrive and stand vigil for 15 minutes Backs to the flag draped coffin heads bowed Saturday the queen's 8 grandchildren including princes William and Harry will hold a similar vigil Meantime the British government has warned those wanting to come pay their respects that the waiting time has climbed to more than 24 hours The Q stretching 5 miles I'm Ben Thomas

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Are Republicans Trying to Help Cause a Blue Wave?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

07:59 min | Last week

Are Republicans Trying to Help Cause a Blue Wave?

"Dark Brandon strikes again. Yes. All right, I think he is also going to send an arrangement of penis flowers to Lindsey Graham for his national abortion baby, which blows everything Republican. Also, I think he should send some flowers to Rick Scott, who has basically said Republicans want to blow up social security and Medicare. Yes. The guy in charge of elected Republicans in the Senate, Rick Scott of Florida, proposed a plan. I wish I had enough copies to hand, but go online and look at it. I really mean this is serious because they're going to make it hard for you to believe. Proposed a plan requiring Congress to vote on the future of social reauthorization. And I want to remind you, you paid for your social security. Every single paycheck from the time you're a kid, you paid for it. So every 5 years, concrete gets to vote, change, cut, reducer, a limited entirety of social security. Also, we mentioned Ron Johnson, liberal helper. Here we go. Senator Ron Johnson from Wisconsin. As my mother would say, God love him. He thinks 5 years is too long to wait. He wants to put the vote social security Medicare on the chopping block. Every single year. Let me remind you all again, you paid for social security. You paid for Medicare. It's taken out of every single one of your paychecks. These guys never give up. Well, guess what? We're not going to give up either. Okay. All right. Mark Brandon. Doc Brandon. Carlos, what's going on? Is there a think tank over there on how they can help Democrats with a blue suit? A national ban on abortion. Right. There used to be a little devil now. It's just like, no more. Take away the social security to it. Do it now. Wow. That's like a good idea. Yeah. Right. I feel like they're being the biggest liberal helpers ever. And it's magical. And they're just fighting amongst themselves, right? Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham and Roger Stone hates Wendy Graham and it's fantastic. Big mega rats fight fight fight. Equally awful, yes. Okay, we were talking about, oh, Trump just posted a meme with the queue was like right on his lapel. So QAnon's all going crazy, 'cause now they've gotten the official stamp of approval from captain crazy. Could I have my conspiracy music please? Oh, but Stephanie both parties are the same. I just wanted to say that. Oh, I'm sorry. What now? Both parties are the same. Are they exactly the same? Yeah, nothing to see here. Both according to this. Yeah, thank you. Okay, what is it that the queen is laying in state now? Her funeral is Monday. Yes, she's a Westminster. She is still dead. That remains. She's not a Trump's golf course. I got confused with the name. No, no. Westminster. She's really emotional. She will not be buried in any of Trump's golf courses. As far as we know. This has got some documents to hide. Right. Maybe he's stuffed him in her crown last time. So I don't know. Okay. I don't QAnon. I don't, okay. PolitiFact has dismissed a conspiracy theory that the royal family are part of a line of reptiles. From the constellation Draco, and that they have reptilian blood. That's the one dog junior just killed in that tweet or photo. I saw him sitting on top of one. I thought that was Kimberly Guilfoyle. Okay. No. Yeah, that is a mouth. That's Kimberly Guilfoyle black. That's what she's coming out for the general sex or orals? That's her way of saying the best is yet to come. I guess. Does anyone down junior is more man than I give him credit for? Because if he could take that oncoming and okay. So Don Junior would be the best that is yet to come. Yeah. I just think I'm gonna burn. You said that out loud. Okay, I'm sorry. I need to debunk the latest QAnon Queen Elizabeth. Okay, PolitiFact has had to debunk Queen Elizabeth did not die before September 8th and her death was part of a dark conspiracy involving pedophilia or child trafficking something. Prince was not sacrificed in 2016 when he died on the queen's 90th birthday that year and that he had been put to death as a birthday gift. Like prince, as in. Yes, for instance. As in. Let's go crazy. Right. Yes, was not like Prince Andrew. Look to death as a birthday gift to Queen Elizabeth on her 90th birthday. Why? Why? I want him killed. He's not, he's just named princess. He's not in the royal prince. He's not real. He's not in the line of secession. You've killed the wrong prince. This is the only purple rain. That's not who I meant. I meant OJ, perhaps I've said too much. But his name is prince. And he is fine. Yeah, I don't. Okay. Queen Elizabeth also did not die from the COVID vaccine. Nope. And she was not shot and killed in Detroit. Wait, what? That was Detroit? I'm going to. I won't be needing security. She was going to Paisley park to see prince. That's when Minneapolis. That's in Minneapolis. It's not Detroit. He's on her way. My ticket to Detroit. Now I'm in the wrong area. I have connection. You have to do a layover. Prince is grave, who was killed at for my birthday. Now I've been Detroit. Who booked me to Motown? She missed her connection. Oh, I've been shot. I'm going to see if they have a pedophilia pizza parlor Detroit. I don't help me help mummy. What, why? Do people I don't know. We've always conspiracy theorists, but this is the problem. The former president of the United States just basically put his stamp of approval on this whole crazy cult. Well, yeah, he's just digging the scoop deeper into the tide pool to see what else will creatures lie beneath. Like, well, I can't get enough of the crazy crazy. See, I gotta get a crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy. He's just digging for anybody that can be upright and punch a hole or push a button on a voting machine. Okay. Let's go back to earth one for a moment where President Biden talking about getting real stuff done. With this law, the American people want and special interest loss. Folks, we're going to lower prescription drug costs. Lower health insurance costs. Lower energy costs for millions of families. I want to take the most aggressive action ever ever, ever to confront the climate crisis and increase our energies security. Ever in the whole world. And that's not hyperbole. That's a fact. We're going to build a future, the future. Here in the United States of America, with American workers with American companies with American made products. And after years of some of the biggest corporations in the United States paying zero in federal income tax, they'll now have to begin to literally pay their fair share today offers proof that the sole America's vibrant, the future America's bright and the promise of America is real. Thank you, dark Ryan. Okay. Yes. Okay. The oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes, the guy with only one good eye. What could I?

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:23 min | Last week

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"The business of fashion. Welcome to the BOF podcast. It's Friday, September 16th. It's been just over a week now since her majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. The monarch's death kicked off the operation called London Bridge, and for the past week or so, here in the UK, the country and the world has been preparing for her state funeral, which will take place on Monday, September 19th. To mark a life well lived, I reached out to our friend Elizabeth Holmes to talk a little bit about the

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 Palace reveals details of queen's state funeral on Monday

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Palace reveals details of queen's state funeral on Monday

"Buckingham Palace has released details of proceedings which will follow the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday Two minutes of silence will be observed across the UK at the end of Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday giving the public across the nation a chance to pay their respects to the late monarch then Elizabeth's coffin will be transported through the historic heart of London from Westminster Abbey to Wellington arch near Buckingham Palace on a horse drawn gun carriage with Charles and other royals walking behind Charles De Ledesma

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:38 min | Last week

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Native America Calling

"But generally ambivalent. So negan, I'm sorry. Let's talk about now that King Charles, where's The Crown and going for it? Because you're saying that Queen Elizabeth, she could have done so much more, you know, these photo opportunities and things like that. So what can King Charles do you now to win more confidence among indigenous peoples in Canada? King Charles can not continue a legacy of ambivalence that her mother began his mother began. Where we're used for opportunities to represent The Crown or the monarchy in particular ways. And so that King Charles have to take it upon himself to do some things of what your previous interview said, you know, his work on climate change is important to work on advocating for human rights is important. His work on advocating for a more modern monarchy is important. The fact is that King Charles has to continue some of that in that direction be, because if he doesn't, then he'll be the same ambivalent monarch watching us suffer with the draconian state or a very difficult situational with the government in Canada. And while there has been some very significant changes made in Kenya, the implementation of indigenous rights nationally, for example. We need a monarch that will be able to advocate and be a part of a country, and I think in some ways you're seeing that change. As mentioned before, we have our first indigenous governor general, which is the representative of the queen representative of The Crown in the country. Appointing competent confidence and also an indigenous or non indigenous people who are invested in the success of indigenous peoples. And the upholding of those treaties, the honors and honoring of those treaties, The Crown sign, over a 150 years ago, that is what we want as a business people of the monarchy. Okay. And he got so, you know, down here in the states, you know, we look at the British monarchy and we kind of scratch our heads, right? Because the United States is a Republican. That's really kind of the trend here throughout the 20th century. To move away from monarchies and a lot of folks just look at the royal family, they look at the British monarchy and they just see this outdated model of imperialism and just something that just kind of just doesn't fit in the modern world. This whole idea of a monarch, a ruler that wears a crown and people bow to that person and they're like this higher class of person and it just goes against the grain of so much of what we think of, especially now in the era of social justice. So what are the thoughts there among indigenous people of just doing away with the monarchy because that is definitely a conversation that was started a few years ago. And I think that's going to continue going forward now with king Charles. What's the thought there? I think if Americans think that they are so distanced from the monarchy, I think they're quite diluted. I think that the monarchy for the United States is things like Hollywood or things like the 1% or things like billionaires who own corporations and give opinions on various issues and everybody falls. Okay, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I totally, I'm sorry, real quick. I totally agree with you. You're right. We certainly have our royalty in this family. But we're not told to bow to those people in the way that subjects of The Crown are. So I'm sorry, I just want to put that in. I mean, I guess, yeah, of course. I would say that some of that 1% might

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"That's 8 four four 747 88 68. This is the Todd stern show. To continue, here is something visually, which we've been talking about in our coverage earlier today, which I must tell you, we were really looking forward to. We saw a report earlier today that at Buckingham Palace in London, where Queen Elizabeth II lives when she is in London. The coal stream guards, who change the guard, not the cold stream guards, but they change the guard every day at Buckingham Palace, as we know. And we are told that at the request of the queen, the coldstream guards band played The Star-Spangled Banner, let's listen. My pillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year..

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"When you shop at a Walmart vision center, you get it. You know that you'll spend a little less on stylish glasses for the whole family. Welcome to the vision center. Let me know if you need help finding the perfect frames. Hey, mom, you were right. These glasses are cool. Pun. They take our insurance. That means papa's getting a new pair tube. Wow. Classes started just $39. Next up, groceries. So you can get a little more of what you need. Find the vision center near you. Save money, live better. Walmart welcome to the Todd starn show sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com. That's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Life from the Liberty University studio in Memphis, Tennessee. It's common sense conservative commentary from Todd stars. That's right. I love this American ride you know what I don't really understand here, folks. The hate and the vitriol, directed at Queen Elizabeth, hello, welcome to the Todd stern's radio program for a Friday. And while we have a lot of crazy stuff happening around the around the planet and we're going to get to a lot of it today. But I'm telling you here folks, so there's a lot of hate and vitriol directed at Queen Elizabeth who passed away yesterday and we announced it to happen right during our national show. But there are, and I have a theory. I have a theory about why people hate Queen Elizabeth II. There are actually two components of this story, and you can admire the queen, you could love the queen. You could love who she who she was, what she represented..

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

03:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Having said all of that, let's get to the video at hand. Here's Tucker Carlson. And again, because of copyright infringement, we're going to have to break it up. And then I'm going to talk to you about I wasn't going to talk about Queen Elizabeth. Listen, I have no love affair for the monarchy. I'm just being completely real with you, but I've always admired her from afar, not knowing much about her just because everything that she seemed to be involved in, at least that I saw publicly, right? Epitomized grace epitomized class and tradition. And tradition. And I'm going to tell you why I think that's very important. But let's go to the video of Tucker Carlson. Go ahead, gage. Good evening and welcome to Tucker Carlson tonight. Queen Elizabeth II died today in Scotland as you likely know at the age of 96. She was the longest serving monarch in British history. She was born in one world and died in another. It's not easy to maintain your dignity while living in the public eye. Most of us could not pull it off for an afternoon. Queen Elizabeth did it for more than 70 years. I want to ask you all, she wrote, shortly before her coronation in 1953, whatever your religion may be to pray for me on that day to pray that God may give me wisdom and strength to carry out the solemn promises I shall be making and that I may faithfully serve him and you all the days of my life. Okay, let's hold it. Let's hold it there. Now, typically guys, listen, I'm an American, you're an American likely if you're listening to this podcast and you're sitting there, listen, this was a monarchy. I mean, this lady was born into royalty and money. And all of this stuff, yes, that is true. And obviously, we fought the Brits for our independence, right? So, you know, I understand that. But that doesn't take away from the fact, again, that this lady was the epitome of grace grace and class and also represented it represented traditionalism. Just seeing that statement that she made a pun, upon becoming a queen, proves to me that at least initially and actually I believe throughout her reign that she was a woman of humility. She was a woman that respected God. She was a woman that revered God, and that's extremely important. For the most part, she did just that. And that was not a small achievement given the period she lived in. The week that Elizabeth was coronated, Edmund Hillary, a British subject from New Zealand to beekeeper, became the first man in history to summit Mount Everest. The achievement seemed symbolic at the time, Britain on top of the world. But in fact, Britain was already over, whether the British knew it or not. To this day, Britain claims to have won both of the 20th century's world wars. But together, they destroyed that nation forever. After victory came humiliation. The empire evaporated and along with it Britain's self confidence and ultimately its self respect. It's hard to believe now, but Britain wasn't always a regional banking center slash refugee camp. It was a real place with a history and a language and a culture and a genuinely remarkable people..

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

02:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Don't rehabilitate it and real entertaining. This is the Carl Jackson podcast. Welcome to this edition of the Carl Jackson Cho podcast guys. We are coming up on the anniversary of 9 11. And I fear that we forgotten. I'm going to address that actually on another day, but I do want to take pause here on this Friday and I want you to ask yourself the question, have you forgotten? 9 11. There will be an upcoming episode that we will talk about. We'll talk about 9 11. We'll talk about the real threats that exist or forces that exist against America that are aligning against America as we know it. And I definitely want to talk about that. But I wanted to take this short period of time to just remind you to never forget and ask you the question. Have you forgotten? I want you to be thinking on that. Now, I want to go on to a different topic. Today is going to be a different topic. I want to do something a little different. I had no idea. What I was going to talk about, but I'm going to talk about Queen Elizabeth, and I'm going to talk about Marxism. I'm going to talk about a very nasty professor. A professor, where is her name? What is her name, Gabe? A professor by the name of juju Anya, a Carnegie Mellon university. I'm also going to talk about the left's love affair with dictators and despots and tyrants. And I want you to understand that we are in a fight today. We are in a fight today, not against let me say this. Get over this notion that we're still living in the world where it's Democrats versus Republicans. I'm not even sure that we're living in a world where it's left versus right anymore. What I do believe is that we exist in a period of time in American history where it is good versus evil. And I don't think we should be ashamed. I don't think we should be afraid to call evil what it is. I've never used this word so frequently and I find myself finding stories and headlines where I have to use it almost daily..

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"A word from our sponsor, better help. We spend so much time thinking about our physical health, our weight or looks, but those things might be easier to tackle if we also take care of our brain. There are plenty of ways to support a healthy brain, like learning a new language, or taking power naps. There's also better help online therapy. Now, I've always been a huge advocate for therapy, psychotherapy, and talking therapy generally. My life has become more balanced and my mind, more peaceful because of it. Better help is online therapy that offers video phone and even live chat only therapy sessions that you can do from the privacy of your own home, and it's much more affordable than in person therapy. You can be matched with the therapist in under 48 hours, and as a listener to this show, you can get 10% off your first month at better help dot com slash 5 minute. That's better help dot com slash 5 minute. Coming up on 5 minute news. Her majesty Queen Elizabeth II, dead at 96. World mourns Britain's stalwart queen has tributes pour in. Death draws to a close Britain's second elizabethan era and enters the reign of King Charles the third. It's Friday, September 9, 2022. I'm Anthony Davis. Britain's

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"You have, of course, heard by now of the death of Queen Elizabeth II today, and while there has been no shortage of coverage as is right, we wanted to take just a minute here to talk about this moment in the British economy and what the queen's passing represents over there. And for that, we've got marketplaces Stephen beard on the phone, hello, Steven. Hello Kai. As I said in the introduction here, Steven, this comes at a turbulent time for the United Kingdom, inflation, new prime minister, great uncertainty, which the queen was the very antithesis of, right? She was stability and consistency and all of those things. Very much so, a symbol of stability, a very decent, steady, dutiful, and unpretentious person who had absolutely no enemies in the UK and this death was not totally not entirely unexpected. She'd been in poor health for some months, but it is a very sobering and a sad moment. She's been a part of everyone's life here for so long. It's just 70 years on the throne. Britain's longest reigning monarch. So not a totally unexpected event, but nevertheless, quite a deep psychological blow to Britain at the moment. Well, so on that last point about the psychology of the British public, I was listening to a BBC podcast the other day, and not to make an awkward turn to the marketplace part of this, but with inflation with gas prices with colder winter coming on, the word that kept coming up on this BBC podcast was fear. There is fear now about the economy and what people are going to do. This will be a moment now of a change in national mood as they mourn the queen and try to get through it. Yes, absolutely. I mean, she died, although at the age of 96, too soon, there is, as you say, a mood of tremendous anxiety and fear with inflation spiraling out of control one forecast suggests it might be as high as 22% in the UK in January, a new government taking over its time of tremendous uncertainty and instability, a time when boy, we certainly could do with Queen Elizabeth II's calming influence. Stephen beard, who covers all things European and in this case, British for us. Stephen, thank

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

04:11 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Muir joining us once again is People magazine, senior royal editor Michelle tauber. Michelle, it's really hard to imagine anyone other than Queen Elizabeth on the throne. It's really true. And in fact, unless you are one of the few people on the planet who have been alive almost a hundred years, you don't know a life or a world without Queen Elizabeth on the throne. Everyone knew she couldn't and wouldn't live forever. But we simply haven't known a world without her. And that's a very significant upheaval. We kind of know her as this global grandma. But when she's on the pages of your magazine, she comes across as a lot more than that. She was glamorous. Yeah, you know, it's really interesting with Queen Elizabeth because she has worn many hats. She's actually worn thousands of paths. Throughout her lifetime. And she began as a very young princess, of course. Who was really still figuring herself out when she took the throne. And was very glamorous in the early years of her reign. Had married a very dashing naval officer. And they were the most regal couple in the world. She evolved into a woman who most contemporary modern people know as this global grandmother figure, some historians have said that they always felt she was meant to play the role of grandma. It was sort of her most natural and fitting role. And she was very good at it. But even in her tenth decade of life, she was still someone who could turn heads by the mirror choice of an accessory of a hat of one of her many stunning crown jewels that she had the privilege of wearing throughout her life. So it was sort of a balance of glamour and yet interestingly she always she always pulled it off in a way that didn't make her feel I think as remote as she could have. When the queen finally gave that speech following Princess Diana's death, that was one of those iconic moments. Are there other moments that stand out to you as we look back on her life? For me, one of the moments that continues to resonate and has really stuck with me is pretty recent, in fact, and it was the christening of Meghan and Harry's son Archie. And I really thought it was the most remarkable moment in modern royal history. There's a photo taken from that christening where we see Queen Elizabeth, greeting the baby, greeting William and Harry and Prince Philip is there. And greeting Meghan's mother doria. And was unlike anything we've ever seen. In terms of welcoming an American daughter in law, granddaughter in law into the royal family, a black American mother in law, this new baby, it was really just something I think that no one truly, this family that's very, very sort of sealed off. And so many ways for so long. It really was, I think, a powerful visual of new life and change and progress being breathed into this family over which Elizabeth had presided as matriarch for a hundred years or so. And that was something I'm not sure again. We could have ever imagined even in not too long before. So for me, I really, I was glad to see that in the queen's lifetime. People magazine's

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Visit has given me the opportunity to reaffirm the ideals which we share, and the affection that exists between our people. During her reign, Queen Elizabeth II traveled underly 300 official state visits. She never had a passport, a queen doesn't need one, even so she was by far the most traveled monarch in history. The first writing monarch to visit Australia, China, Russia, post apartheid South Africa. After all, her reign began abroad on an official visit to Kenya as princess. There she learned of her father's death and returned home a queen. And so I was set and so she would later literally comment that she had not had the apprenticeship to become a Queen that you might have expected that she was. That year, Stalin was still the leader of the Soviet Union, Harry Truman was president. Presidents come and go, but the one constant thing between the relationship between the UK and the U.S. was the queen. She dealt with Gerald Ford, watched a ball game with George HW Bush. She had high tea with the clintons. In every state visit, there's something that either goes wrong or doesn't quite go to plan, but that's invariably the thing that we all focus on. When she wrote horses with Ronald Reagan. The queen was out riding at Windsor, which he'd requested. And he sort of gave an impromptu press conference at the top of the horse. The queen was so annoyed, she just dropped it away. When George W. Bush welcomed her in 2007. You helped

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Died, lilibet became Queen Elizabeth II, her coronation was an international sensation. But the British Empire Elizabeth inherited was falling apart all the colonies becoming independent nations, so she helped to create a new realm dubbed the British Commonwealth. When we were young, it was very easy to take your grandmother for granted. You know, she was just a grandmother to us. I've actually really learned to sort of understand and accept the huge deal that she is around the world. Elizabeth traveled the world more than 250 overseas trips, showing how the British monarch could change with the times and shape them, even as she raised four children, the most famous working mom in the world. She was a young woman in a man's world carving her own way through life and through a job that she, like any of us don't necessarily have all the preparations you'd like. The years brought their ups and downs, the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana seemed to be a highlight and Elizabeth watched as her daughter in law captivated the world in the 1980s. But when that marriage collapsed so scandalously, many Britons began to doubt the relevancy of the monarchy itself. When Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris, Elizabeth stayed in Scotland with her family, as waves of grief rolled over Britain, the queen was seen as unsympathetic and public anger at the royal family reached a fever pitch. And then she returned and joined her people in mourning. What I said you now, as your queen and as a grandmother, I say from my heart, first I want to pay tribute to Diana myself. She was an exceptional and gifted human being. As monarch, Elizabeth maintained tradition and yet moved just enough with the times.

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on This American President

This American President

05:51 min | 3 months ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on This American President

"She is the longest serving British monarch in history. She has reigned over an era of great consequence and dramatic change. She's lived through World War II, the Cold War, and everything afterward. She counts among her prime ministers, Winston Churchill, Clement attlee, Margaret Thatcher, and Tony Blair. She's met more American presidents than any head of state in her lifetime. She is Queen Elizabeth II. From June 2nd to June 5th of this year, the United Kingdom celebrated her platinum jubilee, an unprecedented 70 years on the throne. And what a 70 years it's been. Like anyone who has been in the public eye for so long. She's gone through her share of ups and downs. She's been scrutinized all of her life. She's been criticized for what she's done, and not done. But 70 years after taking the throne, and now in her 96th year of life, she remains as popular and beloved as ever. She is an indelible symbol of continuity and service in a time of great disruption. And if she lives for another two years, she will surpass French king Louis the 14th. For the longest verifiable reign in modern history. In short, she has lived a truly epic life. Our guests today have just published a remarkable book titled Queen Elizabeth II and oral history. Their names are Deborah Hart strober and Gerald strawberry. Previously, they've written oral histories about presidents Kennedy Nixon and Reagan. Evangelist Billy Graham, the Dalai Lama, and Rudy Giuliani. And I'm excited to have them on this episode to discuss the queen and her place in history. Well, thank you for being on our show. We really appreciate it. So.

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on The Big Cruise Podcast

The Big Cruise Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on The Big Cruise Podcast

"And as you know we've mix it up a little this weekend. The second part of the show. It is time to bring in all regular icicles maritime historian and all things accrues news. Chris welcome back to the show. Thanks bazan no problems at all. Listening to emma's incites there. It's fascinating to hear somebody who's actually experiencing the cruise industry in a way that we haven't been able to the way the half live in the northern hemisphere at the moment. Well they've had some tough times today so we mustn't forget that they're done. They're done their time now. The first question we got from a listener she's maritime history and also very very highly ties in with some great news that you've got as well so we'll get that in just a second but he from the uk at she sent in a question regarding the name of the queen. Elizabeth dozen cunard ship wondered why she was referred to as queen elizabeth and not qe three. I've given mariah carey to so yes i would unite so we're talking of course about the The latest Queen elizabeth the decrease ship that i mentioned service in twenty ten. Actually there's an interesting story behind behind this Okay so if you look you know we've spoken in the past about how cruise lines named it ships and certain names. They get reused yaman time again so from a modern perspective Queen elizabeth as name has been used three times now this queen elizabeth in the nineteen thirties. Thirty nine ninety eight rather she was launched then Queen elizabeth two which has an interesting story behind a whole. Maybe next week we can. Q2's naming because there's a whole other story unto itself but Queen elizabeth and then of course the next queen elizabeth that some replaced her of course in two thousand ten was just queen. Elizabeth and i actually did get that question quite low on the ships when i travel as well as what why isn't it. Qe three But if you look back at throughout history of cunanan and also white star line which merged with cunard before the queen elizabeth was I queen elizabeth was launched. They've had multiple uses of the same names but they never used the suffix so there was a For example with cuba that was a mauritania very famous ship in nineteen o seven one the speed records on the atlantic hold of the blue riband from nineteen o nine three two nine hundred thousand nine. She retired in the thirties and then was a little while later. A new ship mauritania totally different ship. Atlantic liner but different designed completely. She was introduced in. She was just nine as mauritania similarly with white star line for example and i've mentioned sunny because the two companies merged i became one Watch the line heads..

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"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"queen elizabeth" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"We should put something that makes me a bit sad fact Queens so the Queen has decided no more corgi. She loved dogs. We used to always see her with her corgis. At one point shed thirty walk is you don't have to pick up the mess. Thirty to thirty of them and they all descend from her original. Corgi called Susan so sweet. I love that the last one died in two thousand and eighteen. The name was willow and since then the Queen has decided that at her advanced age. She doesn't want new purpose. I think she actually warriors about what would happen to. The dog is if she was no longer here. Don't get me wrong. She's to be cast a lot of money family. They'll look after them but she decided that that was hit with the kids. I can understand I will have dogs to the rest for the rest of my life and there will come a point where one worry about the dog. Tugging knocking over. She's ninety three and Froehlich the they probably don't have a lease but like they could yank her over or get under her feet and either one of them could get hurt but then like you said when you who's going to watch that dog. I mean I'm not too worried about those dogs but it's by oil sources. Tell that the cool is actually ran. The Harris if those corgis bit nippy caucus have a habit of nipping. They were bred. I think to heard heard cowles. Yes she puts up the saint to have a habit of hurting the family tonight of rooms in the palace. And if you were a little too slow you might get beat right. You want to right. Well what I love is that there's so much protocol if you're a human being like don't do this. Gert Senior a Dog will pee wherever you did I mean of the dog is like royalty out. This is terrible force but the policies so big to think there's certain rooms there might be a little p. That's been there for you. I'm sure there's like a peapod room. They know where to go. Every dog knows where can get away. We're going to take a break when we come back. We gotta do a nicest noticed of the day an it career at GD means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join GDP for challenging and impactful work that advances. Your career apply now at GD DOT COM slash careers employability. Barron well combined to the ruptured with my friend. Brian and let's go to the nicest and the naughtiest of the day once again. These are themes around Queen Elizabeth. The Second Brian. Why don't you take the nicest of the day what I loved? The nicest story that she scrapes with her great grandchildren. I'm guessing someone sets it up for. The Queen is devoted great grandmother who is extremely close to her grandchildren. Gan Gan Prince George calls her not everyone prince. George could get away with that. Maybe John uses the webcams. She uses the Webcam service to stay close to the children when she's away and always brings back little souvenirs. I sources tell me that she has been skype in with little archie. Who's Harry and mechanisms? Grandma I want to know is like when she skype and Megan answers. The skype. Put on like do you think she's just like a high put on our chief. I'm not GonNa do that accident. You know what you what you know. I am calling you. You're saying okay. Let's do a real naughtiest of the day. We're this is a little odd but it is a fact and we should get out there and the queen married her cousin. Queen Elizabeth a prince. Philip actually have the same great great grandparents also to this is not that uncommon. Unfortunately Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. They will also first cousins themselves. So this makes Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Third cousins that okay. It's a little honey boo boo. It's strange I feel. Yeah when she would she was getting married. It was still in the day and age where a queen could only marry a certain person you couldn't marry right for Meghan. Markle bright man. It had to be somebody of royal blood themselves and the polls pretty small right like her corgis. They're all a little bit related. I will say this though like our first reaction may be ill but the truth is if there's one thing I've learned from twenty three and me isn't that we're all a little bit related. All I mean we had to start somewhere so you and I are probably GonNa spit into that. It'll be traditional related. We're related trust me in some way of rob. Hopefully we make you laugh or smile for twenty minutes or so but for a moment we try to be a little bit more deep. I have a brilliant quotes about Queen Elizabeth going to love this so she actually fooled some tourists in Scotland. The Korean has somehow so to speak is a castle in Scotland. Balmoral I've been steeler Shas. I didn't get invited. The Queen bought a ticket and went onto brocade. What IS BEAUTIFUL? Radhi by Latin Dear Heron Bagpipers and. Oh it's so lovely Gibson movie. What was braveheart rape? The Queen was walking around her estate with her security people up in Scotland and some American tourist bumped into her and they asked her. Do you live around here. And the Queen smiled and she said that she does have a highest nearby. They were told to ask the Queen. Has she ever met the Queen and in her typical? She has a good sense of humor. Typical style she answered the following. Now I haven't but he has. I love that into her security. Delightfully Cheeky real-life cheeky. And for me. Do you think you would actually recognize her if she had a head scarf on wandering around people out of context when she's not in a carriage run a whole just this sweet old lady with a head scarf walking around. Scotland. I've might not recognize. Don't know that I would either. If you're out of the context of where you sit and you never think you're going to run into the que- your fat. That CONTEXT IS GONE. So it'd be easy to mistake her for just your average average. Joanne to Jerry Seinfeld in a Jewish Deli which is sort of like being the same thing and I have no idea right. I was thinking security. Straw may not yeah. I I was in the airport security line with Rob Lowe behind me and I couldn't place him for the life of me until I was like. Oh He's handsome and he's well put together. He was a little shorter than I thought. So and then I was like Oh my God. That's that's what would you tell if he'd been quit? Elizabeth Avenue scraped waiting security. Tsa Pre Day. Thank you for listening. Hey Brian thank you for joining us. I hope you come back many many times. Thank you for listening to the naughty. But Benign with rob show a production of IHEART radio. And don't forget to subscribe on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. 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