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Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death
"President trump says the U. S. government will designate the anti fascist group antifa as a terrorist organization as NPR's Joel rose reports the trump administration is linking it to protests against police brutality that have turned violent in recent days president trump said on Twitter that the US will be designating antifa as a terrorist organization but didn't offer any details it's something he's called for before Attorney General William Barr blamed radical agitators for hijacking peaceful protests Barr said such violence is quoted domestic terrorism and will be treated accordingly it's not clear how many if any of the protesters involved in violent clashes around the country are associated with antifa as protests over the death of George Floyd have grown government officials have put the blame for violence and destruction on outsiders officials in Minnesota where Floyd was killed offer a very different assessment of who those outsiders our governor Tim Walz says far right white nationalists maybe sparking the violence Joel rose NPR news governor walls also said today protests were mostly peaceful in Minneapolis overnight after National Guard troops joined local and state police in a show of force to quell violence but governor wall says it will take far more fundamental changes to address the problem in his state we don't just right near the top on educational attainment we rank near the top on on personal incomes on homeownership on life expectancies things that make this and when they came out awhile back we are we rank second in a survey of the fifty states second in happiness behind a white but if you take a deeper look and peel it back which this week is peeled back all of those statistics are true if you're white if you're not we rank near the bottom wall cited unequal educational opportunities for children of color and lending practices that suppress black homeownership demonstrators turned out in Berlin Copenhagen in Toronto today saying they were rallying in solidarity with American protesters and NPR's Frank Langfitt reports hundreds of people marched on the U. S. embassy in London the protests began in London's Trafalgar Square where hundreds face Britain's National Gallery and took a knee the March continued across the river Thames to the U. S. embassy where protesters packed enough against a police cordon a black lives matters group in London organized the protest a Twitter account for black lives matter U. K. which said it is not affiliated with the London group questioned a mass gathering while Britain is still largely under lockdown adding quote we are currently discussing the implications of calling a mass March in the middle of a pandemic that is killing us the most government statistics show British blacks of African descent are nearly four times more likely to die from covert nineteen than white Britons Frank Langfitt NPR news this is NPR this is WNYC in New York I'm lance lucky governor Cuomo says new York's Attorney General will investigate the NYPD's actions during yesterday's protests the demonstrations turn violent at times with protesters hurling objects at police and police pepper spraying protesters video also show police SUVs driving into a crowd of protesters Cuomo says any allegations of police misconduct should be investigated by an external authority nuts local officials are they really in a position to be feet fair and objective they will say yes I say from a public confidence point of view have the investigation done by someone else Blasio has announced two of his some point appointees are conducting an investigation into the violent protests in the past few days in addition to the NYPD's internal probe the governor says the AG's review will be done by next month and in his press conference this morning mayor de Blasio largely praise the NYPD for its approach to policing this weekend's protests but he said his administration needs to do more to identify police officers in leadership or on the beat who he said are not cut out for the job that work needs to be amplified it speeded up intensified we need to make sure that anybody who should not be a police officer is not a police officer the NYPD says three hundred forty five people were arrested and thirty three officers were injured last night it is not clear how many civilians were
"river thames" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia
"Came from and he had all the documents to prove. His research was founded because it was in southern south of the river. Tens in London John Harvest family were from. His father was a very successful businessman. He had pubs gambling. Town's apparently pace. Excuse me houses of ill repute prostitution and stuff and this was just south of the River Thames and the reason why he made so much money out of that because north of the victims was controlled by the puritans and the it was part of the diocese of Westminster so in brief every Saturday night. You might say all the people of London went over the breaches to have merriment because north vivid tablets. You couldn't even get any alcohol so because of that. John Harvest Family made a fortune. But maybe because of that now livelihood during the planks his whole family living in the diagnosis of southern just south of the river. Towns were all killed or died in the plague which men that John Harvard was the sewed inheritor of all that money.
"river thames" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. Have we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. A warm wind blew across London's River Thames rustling the hair of two young women. Alison uh both straighten their dresses and smiled brightly hoping to secure a client for the evening. Soon they were approached coached by a tall stately man well dressed but weathered by time. He introduced himself as a doctor named Fred and asked to by them both for the evening the women eagerly invited him back to their homestead where they shared a few beers some canned salmon and of course their bed after the deed was done. Fred offered them to small white pills to help clear up the NEREO disease. The women gladly accepted the gift and said goodbye to Fred hoping the wealthy doctor would return again soon but only moments after his departure screams erupted through the halls of the homestead. The screams came from not one but two different bedrooms. Alice stumbled into the hallway foaming at the mouth and clutching her nightgown. She staggered toward Emma. Who was still in her room? Calling out for Alice seconds later they both began to violently convulse. Soon it was impossible for either to move at all M. Oh Look Talis wondering how they could have been foolish enough to take pills from a stranger. Emma could only choke out. He's not a stranger he he is a doctor of few hours later. None of it seemed to matter by that time both women were dead..
The Lambeth Poisoner: Thomas Neill Cream
"A warm wind blew across London's River Thames rustling the hair of two young women. Alison uh both straighten their dresses and smiled brightly hoping to secure a client for the evening. Soon they were approached coached by a tall stately man well dressed but weathered by time. He introduced himself as a doctor named Fred and asked to by them both for the evening the women eagerly invited him back to their homestead where they shared a few beers some canned salmon and of course their bed after the deed was done. Fred offered them to small white pills to help clear up the NEREO disease. The women gladly accepted the gift and said goodbye to Fred hoping the wealthy doctor would return again soon but only moments after his departure screams erupted through the halls of the homestead. The screams came from not one but two different bedrooms. Alice stumbled into the hallway foaming at the mouth and clutching her nightgown. She staggered toward Emma. Who was still in her room? Calling out for Alice seconds later they both began to violently convulse. Soon it was impossible for either to move at all M. Oh Look Talis wondering how they could have been foolish enough to take pills from a stranger. Emma could only choke out. He's not a stranger he he is a doctor of few hours later. None of it seemed to matter by that time both women were dead.
"river thames" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In on bikes and trains across his bridges every single day you think about cities like London or New York or Istanbul they could not function without bridges we don't think about that ages have enabled those those cities and many around the world to become what they become absolutely right just about every city in the world almost every capital city and and many many others it is their existence entirely to a bridge across the river because you know that that tends to be the place that he when they was servicing those things many hundreds of years ago that people could get too bye bye materials a trade all the kind of transportation and and trafficking around the world would come there by boat to some shape or form bridges became the thing today Sir in London of course the Romans built a bridge across the river Thames in every big city owes their existence to the bridge of some salt and very often also that bridge has become iconic come certainly in the bay area as the Golden Gate Bridge I mean which one you choose I suppose you have to say Brooklyn Bridge in New York would it would be the sort of iconic structures that then defines to place the spirit of the place even and with acid the place isn't even function in first continues his idea from the Ted stage it's hard to imagine a civilization without bridges because they're so essential for growth and development of human society for the not just about a safe way across the river or not school bridges are enormous features in our landscape not just enormous sometimes this morning and they are.
U.K. police launch murder probe after 39 bodies found in truck
"British police say they've begun a murder investigation after thirty nine bodies were discovered in a truck container at an industrial park east of London and beers Frank link that reports police arrested the truck driver a twenty five year old man from Northern Ireland on suspicion of murder after the bodies were discovered in grace a town along the river Thames police are working to identify the victims whom they said were all adults except for one teenager authorities told Britain's sky TV news they believe the truckers from Bulgaria entered the United Kingdom on Saturday at the Welsh town of Holly had a major port on the Irish Sea across from Dublin U. K. home secretary pretty Patel tweeted shocked and saddened by this utterly tragic incident the U. K. remains an attractive destination for migrants earlier this week the UK border force picked up a group of thirteen men women and children trying to cross the English Channel in a
Norwich stun Manchester City with thrilling 3-2 win against Premier League champions
"Hutchison joins me as we talk about a busy Saturday in the premier league well as much as Norwich place tonight after that massive result darn against Manchester City for the canaries with a win who would have thought it. I just have to you know oh pay homage to our lovely backdrop tonight on the River Thames. Look at this Hammersmith Bridge doesn't get much better than this. Unless of course he goes to tower bridge. Let's get because it's GonNa look like it's is probably not going to get better than that a win against the champions given the injuries that they've had as well. Did you see this. Did you see this coming because I've I have no mindset you all day long I believe but I tell you what I did. See it coming after about fifteen minutes when they approach the game with lows of arrogance Man City. I think they thought I think pep thought this. She's going to be easy three points. We'll just turn up play football. We'll keep hold of the ball will pay Loza possession based football will just play between the lines and score some goals. We'll go back with three points. It never walk walk that it definitely did not work. That's what I mean. Kudos enormous because what we thought was the fact that wants Man City scored. I want that goal the floodgates it would have opened but for somehow they still weren't able to break down. Why is that do you think they're missing a certain emmerick report as well there that probably would have helped them? Oh I think so I think along with probably one or two of their best player LaPorte la season. It was terrific. an emergent is one of the best center often world football so yes. He's going to be a massive miss. I still thought though because I've covered PEPs teams over the years I remember when he was at Barcelona and how much go rhino planes a holding midfielder played him center off on the same. We'll have you Martinez at Buyin so I actually thought you to play on Dino's center off the former Rhodri so that might be a pet might do down the line but you looked at automatically today and Johnstone's and they looked as was on the never played a game of those two especially were all over the place and just speaking on that LaPorte injury of course we know that is going to be a timely injury that do you think it will end up costing city the title especially given how Liverpool are going. It's a worry because listen mindset. You're all filled full superstar so you can identify any given time who you think might be Miss Kevin Lebron's last season but still won the league and still performed at a high level Aguire Heyzer to play number Games what you take out the poll where I I think he's one of the best center off do brings balance being left foot center off plan on that left side also plant life backing play as a third sent off as well so you take him at the equation on all of a sudden Muncie. It sounds strange to say still look a little bit short defensively well interesting. You say that then because remember this is Matt cities. I lost in the primarily since January incredible run an incredible stat that so given the fact that with everything that you just said and this LaPorte injury is it. Are they going to be to shell shocked. Do you think it to go on a run. That's again yeah. It'd be very interesting to have been a fly on the wall in the dressing room. Afterwards pen going ballistic. His players have just said this is a warning. This is a war and you can't any teams for granted or or the Badeah chewed or a touch of arrogance. It's nice to have a environment because it makes you play one. That makes you be confident but you can't take your position. Especially someone. Knowledge is a dangerous underdog because they've got players like Tim O. Cookie and can't who I think's going to be a superstar player they can hurt you at any given time but no one really soldiers coming. I think best case scenario thought I think people thought would win the game. Maybe nausea my goal to and give them a fright but the paper is going to be very interested in the tomorrow morning just before we move on from this. Let's just touch on March for because like you said this was definitely not a result anybody would have predicted voted for them. You know the manager even saying that beating city would be like climbing Mount Everest without any oxygen but they've done it. Can they build from this because as well a lot of people didn't even pick them to survive this primarily season Norwich Fan please. You'd ask Donyell faulk on never ever to change Shange always because you went to Anfield and I was sick and tired side of the press over the weekend call knowledge naive because they went to onfield outplayed Liverpool for probably thirty thirty five minutes of the game but lost by four goals to one so everyone label them naive Econ Hong Kong have this approach against its helps just proved if you style of play and you stick with duck and you Australian your beliefs you can get results against anyone so I just said Kudos Norwich on and a fantastic sean the on them because I'll give them so much confidence because then expected to get results against Mansi liberals they can do that two teams in and a random they must be safe life this season all right well next on my list that I have here because it's twenty nine thousand nine. We use technologies over phones now Liverpool. That's definitely somewhere that you know very well and hold dear to your heart up against Newcastle your hometown team Newcastle giving Liverpool bit of scare in the beginning but Liverpool as many would have expected expected on some how did what matches the city did not be was not able to do and just came absolutely roaring back shocked to unbelievable strike from jetro volumes uh-huh on his weaker right foot as well and smashed into the stanchion and all of a sudden you think in this is GonNa be a test of Liverpool golf with the European champions. They've gone arrogance about them. Where that that just swatting teams away? It doesn't matter if you poke the more you or your so of small scoring early goal at Anfield especially with the two years does this season last sees anything because of the Champions League I think so I think than being European champions now give them the air confidence arrogance where they believe her Jergen KLOPP speak to the press over the weekend in the UK. Hey saying he believed these players but now the play is believe in themselves which is huge on a mentality front because now that go beyond against Newcastle go beyond against anyone he wanted primitive and all of a sudden you poke menu and you smile at them and all of a sudden that's helped players. Just go through the gays and people like Maan who's an incredible. I mean what's He got twenty three goals in twenty nine unreal all of a sudden looking at superstar player. Everyone was talking about Mosala being the superstar fun Daikin Alison even though he didn't play today that building just such a rich squad where you think they all start contend believable with Muncie could be there yeah. What are you touched on Saudi-omani and of course like you were saying everyone has been talking about most most especially after you know the records he has he the and the record breaking man he has been livable so you think that Saudi-omani is a top man I do because I I look at him and I watch an I an analyzes attitude and he's he's strong durable? He's never injured even when he is ill play with Knox. those managers are priceless. the way he plays lays full of energy is hard as nails. He's he's quick dynamic. He makes things happen with support. FEE can run in beyond without the ball is now getting these goals does. He's getting his assists so when you when you analyze Liverpool you think who would they miss the most probably Saudi-omani all right well. Let's move on now to Chelsea because because what a result up against a team that we know wolves can be a very tough team to beat especially at home but you know. Can we get a hip hip Hooray for the Youth Steve Chelsea something that you know I want to say everyone has sort of pooh-poohed on in recent time saying young manager too many young players. They don't quite have have the experience to really go deep in the Premier League. It's GonNa take them at least another year or two but this is looking like a brilliant squad that really can threaten some of the other teams on Credit Franklin part especially Jody Morris so I know quite well it was working beyond the scenes academy level a few years ago before you went to Dhabi so he knows the young players coming through and there's many Moore's boy call James is not it's not really featured just yet who's going to be or could be a superstar so the way francs been brave. You'll have to say that it would be very easy if you're young manager to go with tried and tested rested experienced players but Franks put to one side he still got a good blend is still got got. The comeback who played a part in today's game were injured. He still contact the comeback but credit emmys playing the young boys. He's playing Mason. Mount is playing some more who got a goal today. He's playing Abraham do get in gold and top joint top-scorer and so you know frank is being a very brave manager tuck going in a in a club like Chelsea wherever it's always WANNA come yesterday. There's never been any for room for manages to try and maneuver in the past so yeah. There's a very very good job Jodi Jodi. Let's think of it on that man that you allege that you mentioned just last having Abraham wow three goals today that we know that hat trick that he's going to want to celebrate but I'm going to call it four goals because he's got yeah. He got the job of making the point. When you score three you might as well go with four escort goal any lean accounting methods it just take the fall the four hundred run put it up on social media later match go but it you know I was I was in in Istanbul covering the supercup and it was it was Jerus- dot dot dot game and it was what was going to be very interesting to see which way Frank Lenzi because they bring different aspects of that game as you root very good on the ball he can hold the ball he's into midfield as dream but tammy now is starting to become and he's not quite there yet but he's nearly the finished article where is hold a place getting better? He's very quick a spinning in beyond but more important getting goals are you surprised with the way in which she's just been improving and seems to be going from strength to strike because it was thought that was flaws in his game wealth will the whole to play our thought jude was better player but he was quicker than Jerusalem is an unwieldy down the line getting these calls which is most important for centerfolds. You know you can have all the build up. Play you like banging in the goals. People will start asks the question when especially when you're young plan your and a Chelsea side as I said I've got no take time to try and grow you go in there straightaway and you're banging in the goals and you're playing well. He's in a good rich painful from a rich vein of form there at Chelsea. Let's move on to Manchester United the the roller coaster. I have to laugh because I know you watch that game closely on paper Win for Manchester United up against Leicester who everyone said we're really and truly favorites going into this one you know ahead of them in the premier my league table but it really was not a performance that I would say you could take confidence from it was a strange game commentary on the game and it was almost aside Lester went into the favorites because of the quality players on paper but it's almost like they tried to kick dumpster united and Monday night responded really well Scott mcdonagh a real shift and it was probably their lead on the day he's only twenty two and he was he was Marshall Not Midfield and he was getting around everywhere. He was leading from the front. He was very aggressive. Although Daniel James had another superb game he was very lively off the left hand side rash was a little bit in and out penalty goal but still doesn't look like it doesn't look like a readymade centerfold or so much like learning these game off the left hand side and all of a sudden being thrown is a centerfold she still learning so think to analyze the game. It was one where normally manages try to analyze the performance and that's what they want. A thought today was a case of Oregon social just wanting the three points. That's what you needed just to give them a little bit of confidence and may be in the games come up with. You've got some really till fixtures. Maybe the three points against Leicester will probably not listed down a peg or two and give the money funds underplays a little bit more confidence. Do you think let's run out steamed. You pick them to run out of steam. I know this is a topic that we spoke about a lot when they ended up winning the primarily because again you know they started off so well and nobody picked it to last. This is another you know season where less to have started very well and we see the troubles with some of the other bigger clubs the Monday night is the Chelsea's having their slip-ups even spurs here and there on Arsenal so do do you pick them to to go deep is everyone has expected. I think so think my two teams I think would be calm unless that to try and get close to the top six. I think wolves are not just because of the loss today today but they've got Europe League football which is always difficult on a small squad. I think it's too much for them. but I was quite surprised at how Lester started the Game Brandon Brendan I think might want to see changes weight changes system. He played a forty three one way in the last two weeks. He's played a four one four one and makes Lester be more on the front foot a little bit defensive today a little bit on the puck for a little bit so of an order of Monday night but I think if let's go that time again and Brendan how again to to play assistant ultra and win the thing you'd have been one or two things
"river thames" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"You write a book about El Ninos the history of El Nino news, and I wrote that and it was great success. And then the publisher said to me, why don't you write a book on the little ice age, which was when the world was code of. And it is today. So I hold why embarked on this fascinating historical journey and add had great fun lighting and Bram Woodstock difference between a little ice age and a big ice age. We had one from about one and a half million years ago until about twelve fifteen thousand years ago, what talkin about ams of time in us and during that period, the one new at least nine major goes kids. They simply did by woma individuals when the climate probably in his today and humanity and Joni stages relieved through this. And this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep St. cools bold into the seabed via the Pacific. This is big scale ice age the little ice age who's really a bit of a misnomer was named back in the eighties by a geologist maybe earlier than that I didn't win. And this was a period of about five or six years when the way into those. Pretty cold weather, but to really in the seventeen sixty when it was so cold the ice on the river Thames in London and the we even borough zone in terms of the time. But now the time is the weather was woman was tremendous fluctuations in climate many of them caused by a lack of sunspot activity, which we the peak in the seventeenth century. So it was a little little is age is a good time in a way because the intense cold how cold does it get deny sage little org. About two degrees centigrade less cooler than it is today, which is quite a bit. And it wasn't so much the depth of it. But he just went all again, and again, and again and it bed to play major Trump failures in the Europe, which we forget this when we buy off food and supermarkets, but the time everybody in Europe and in America, indeed lived in at the subsistence relief fully lived from one office to the next and nearly everybody in the course of their lifetime suffer at some point from malnutrition. If you live to the subsistence level, if you wanna a king, it was another matter Queen, but it was a booth life and life expectancy for the average European peasant at the beginning of the ice age was about age of twenty eight if you will fifty you win. Really old person. So pretty poodle the Brian does some of our guests of in their climatologists have talked about global warming, regardless of how we get there. They say it's happening. And then I've got a special guest named Robert Felix who wrote a book called not by fire, but by ice he contends were in the early stages of an ice age, where do you stand here? Absolutely, no question. What so ever, and I stress this whatsoever that we all in a period of sustained climatic warming, which has been caused largely by human activity, not by natural cycles climate the. Human intervention in climate change. In warming, particularly is really a product from the late nineteen th century when the industrial revolution. Accelerated the use of coal and other fossil fuels and today all climate is the Mona.
"river thames" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good morning? You said Senate Republicans are pushing ahead with plans to confirm supreme court nominee, Brad's cavernous soon. After that, caring what his sexual assault accuser tomorrow. Is likely to be an unusual weekend session. And then the full Senate would vote on the nomination early next week Republicans evolved a female prosecuted from Arizona to question both Canada and his accusa Manuel vows the former French prime ministers announced his candidacy to be the mayor of London of Barcelona. It's an unprecedented bid to stand for a significant political position in a second European country. He was born in Catalan city of Barcelona, but grew up in France an animal rescue teams are waiting to see if a beluga whales spotted in the river Thames has headed out to see the memo, which is a long way from it's usual habitat in the Arctic appearance being good health when it was spotted yesterday. Global news twenty four hours a day on and talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol, the one hundred and twenty countries. This is Bloomberg Marcus. Thank you very much. Indeed, leeann now, we're going to focus in on the. The European banking sector next in a surprise move. Santander has appointed Andrea or sell head of investment banking at UBS as its new CEO, the Spanish lend Disney boss made his reputation as a dealmaker who helped to build empires in the pre crash era. Joining us now is Jonathan Thais senior banks analyst at the Bloomberg intelligence. Thank you so much indeed for being here, Jonathan so he's known as a dealmaker will he make deals at Santan dare, I mean, the there's a lot of chatter around that issue as we speak moaning. I'm I think you will as you say tons where we set why game by deals, but if you look at Santander at the moment, it's not overly capitalizes for the lower end of the sectors replete with capital for details. And the thing they need to focus on continues to be cost cutting. So the one thing we know he did a good job at UBS was refocused the Bank and cut costs costs impair. And I think in terms of sort of a refocus if you look at what's Anton there is about a third of its businesses the revenues and bottom line, come from Brazil, Mexico. The UK is about a third of its balance sheet is the merging markets UK domestic Bank pretty much retail focused. It needs to build out its asset management wealth management local banks do fee income and again coming from UBS where he oversaw that shift. He should certainly bring a lot of the party there. But are we going to say huge term? I would be very surprised. Bloomberg intelligence put out, of course, some research. I just to quote directly international experience should also helped the banking group. Breed focus on its asset management business was which was what you just pointed out gain that's crucial scale after the failed JV with with Oni gr- credit. I mean, what kind of growth is really possible here. And how does that again compare to its peers? Well, I think I mean what's driving growth for them in the moment. It's still lat timeless Brazil, and they're pushing and payroll lending that sort of thing the UK abbey. National profit mainly alliance and LeicesteR portfolios is flat lining domestic Spain popula tidying up, but there's not a lot of guys apart from AM. So we do expect you're going to see more asset management deals. You're going to see more people swapping you've seen the Texas Credit Agricole of the biggest global asset management plays. I'm not something for a Bank of Santander side that definitely underweight there. So I wouldn't be surprised see piecemeal deals but to start with. It's all the by the cost because if you got a flat top line, and we know the credit conditions. Can't get any better. Supervisions can't get any lower. The one lever that management have is costs. And that's why we're talking about Emma in laws Kelly may because that's one of these easiest ways to take our large swathe of costs. What does this mean for UBS? Well, I think I mean if you look at what he's delivery Bs he's completely refocused the investment Bank. They are now more asset manager wealth manager IB which was not the case of few years ago. They're doing a good job on costs. And then now capital return story. So you can understand why he would want to move on. I guess I mean, the problem with the investment banking franchise and sizes you still at the mercy of the markets. We know three usually be no great Jamie with told us that we know the Americans continue to eat the Europeans lunch. And we know the Asia which everybody pivoted towards for wealth, and that's a management is incredibly competitive. So more of the same Phoebe S's well-capitalised the talking about buying bags. They've got limited growth they need to defend their private banking margin. Primary. I think more of his Amen, and you are sort of behest of the markets as much as you all your instructors Jonathan so great insights there. Thank you very much for stopping by Jonathan. He's a senior banks analyst at Bloomberg intelligence make out make sure you check out the more comprehensive research, not just put out Marcus absolutely straight ahead here on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. I will be speaking to James nightly. I g chief economist he's going to be joining us next. We'll talk about the Federal Reserve, of course, where warming up to what is expected to be a rate.
Arctic discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"An animal rescue teams are waiting to see if a beluga whales spotted in the river Thames has headed out to see the memo, which is a long way from it's usual habitat in the Arctic appearance being good health when it was spotted
"river thames" Discussed on Around the NFL
"The amount of cast that they've spent all off season. I mean, they spent a ton of money. I'll off season, but then they are heavily out of whack if they've been spending money on. I think some questionable free agents and putting money in other places in leading maxim about the door two weeks ago, there was a wrote this trade piece suggesting that he could be someone that might be traded. If things to be and raiders fans came out of the woodwork. Understandably say, you're insane. This will never happen the night down. Raiders fans were so so they're the big losers ostrich head in this. I think the honeymoon's over for this it's already was over with the national media and Gruden and I think for fans now this is this is going to be on their radar. Goody name say yes, discount getting two first round picks. No, you have to give back a second. Another thirds going back. That is significant, but it says to me that like they're thinking about the future. Yeah, I tweeted about that. Like back in two thousand the jets got two first rounders for Keyshawn Johnson, and they turn that into real tell that made them a contender for about a decade. But raiders fans came back at me and Twitter said. Yeah, but you had Bill Parcells helping to make those picks. They don't trust what's going on in that. The last thing says, Gruden seems to have this old school mentality in a lot of ways and like sending a message by being the new boss and sending away your star player and saying, I'm the boss here. Maybe it's some sort of message. So the rest of the players that to me at three months old school and it seems that the boat is stopped is the is the boat. Is it over Anthony? Now over we've got a ways to go. So his photographer Antony or Anthony and he Anthony come on the Mike, right? Can you tell us something you rookie is one of those guys that knows everything and he's given us a lot of good information so far about London when we were outside taking photos and tell us a little bit about the history of the river tame. Mommy. Two minute version? No. So we all on the title of the tens which means the river Thames enters the North Sea from here and the gateway to Europe. Are we in danger, not yoga. We all basically on the east side of the London, which during the days when Great Britain was a big trading nation, this is where all the goods came from around the world to Europe and throw talking about Anthony is everything. And we've actually stopped Bowie the north Greenwich pay for the okay to which was the millennium dome, which for the. Turn of the century millennia. That's where the big celebration was and directly above us is the cable car see that which was specially built full tourists to come to the dime and have any of those ever slipped off the cable right into the water. That would be my concern riding on. This is great person where we things right there you go, Anthony, maybe we'll check in with you a little later in the show always wealth of information. One of many British Gas. We have surprising you guys for this show. We have some royals. Andy Murray, the Prince, Harry babies. He doesn't have the only okay, Hank all right. In other raiders news, what a crazy day for the raiders. So they trade one of their best players ever..
"river thames" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A classical pianist who, was born in Sweden but has lived on boats in Britain the thirty, two years brought up two daughters latest boat tourists, was, a major project I'd found a old working dodge in Yorkshire worked for timber mill all his working life it was what is it about thirty meters long but I. Can only have both of? About fifty meters on my morning so I had to cut in half cut cutting yes it's still literally cut it in half and then built on another stern with put on an upper deck as it. Were all this happened several hundred miles from here how did you get here it was actually towed by a large tug from the north east of England down a canal system and down the river Humber and then it, was taken Around the coast up, the, river Thames to its existing morning so that took about three days what is the unique charm of living on the boat you're very aware of the elements at all. Times the state of the? River vivid level goes up and down that's the notion of wildlife around so you look out your porthole window always waterbeds sometimes. Those birds get quite close Patrick. Remembers what that meant for her children growing up one year we rescued a little Canadian Gosling, who became a family member and lift with us for about six weeks and by that time was almost fully grown they imprint on whatever Musso we became the family and. Go see as we called him or her we don't quite know what it was came with. Us everywhere goes he had to. Come shopping with me and Ghazi walk to school with? The children and goes you always was very confused. When we had to say goodbye at the school gate because. It didn't know whether to follow. My girls come with me when he was little. He had to sleep with us When he got the bit bigger got quite messy so we had to manage this situation but it. It was a very special man Louis I think. The relationship with essentially wild animal is very different to the relationship with a domesticated, animal patriots boat is moored up to an island in the river Thames there are maybe thirty of the. Boats nearby it is a small community of. Its own bird communities tend to be very close knit I'm forever aware of the state of the. River I mean we did flood here quite severely about five years. Ago and quite a few people unable to get on and off the boats and lost electric, city for quite a long time and a few people are stranded on the boats not able to get on the north to one firm so Wade out to deliver food. Or other essentials you always have To be on your toes. Living on water.
"river thames" Discussed on KGO 810
"A portable water bottle with a pomp and water purification nanotechnology more on that in a minute the philanthropic aspect too i contact is what its founders sees as a problem that would take upwards of twenty billion dollars to solve decent water for everyone who does not have it this is from michael pritchard founder of icon giving a ted talk about eight years ago i think it's important for context we're in the fine city of oxford so someone's done that up fonsi they've oxford so what i've done is i've gone got some water from the river show well and the river thames the flow through here and this is the water but i got to thinking you know if we were in the middle of a flood zone in bangladesh the water wouldn't look like this so i've got some stuff to add into it and this is from my pond have a smell that mister cameraman okay right we're just gonna pull that in there okay we've got some runoff from a sewage plant farm so i'm just going to put that in there not we guy on some other bits and pieces and i've got a gift from a friend of mine's rabbit so we're just gonna that in there as well okay now the last seven bottle works really simply you just skip the water up today i'm going to use a jug just to show you all got a bit of that that's not enough let's just up a little bit okay so i'm going gonna take this really filthy water i'm put it in here okay every guy replace the tall give it a few pumps okay that's all necessary now as soon as i pop the tate eight sterile drinking water is going to come out and i've got to be quick monday electric's that is safe sterile drinking water there's a link.
Victims of London Bridge terror attack are remembered in memorial service
"As patrol aircraft rear admiral trae wheeler commander patrol in recon group triton fly extremely high altitudes which streaming long periods of time the first vehicle arrived in november of last year the second this past april in washington rachel sutherland fox news there was a memorial service marking a year since the terrorist attack on london bridge more than seven hundred people gathered inside a century's old cathedral on the bank of the river thames to pay tribute to the victims adele morris a counselor with london city government says memories of the day or still fresh there longer latitude to sirens and helicopters they still make his jump flinch eight people died when three islamic extremist ran down pedestrians on london bridge and stabbed people at nearby restaurants and businesses the attackers shot dead by police prime minister theresa may attended the memorial saying britain's resolve to stand firm against terrorism is stronger than ever chain fergus fox.
"river thames" Discussed on Dreamland
"Time the movie the same name and also he creates the character constant sign who it was played in the movie version by kano raves there's sort of like a an assassin of damons now what's interesting is alan moore is going on the rank order saying that when he was creating the alan moore excuse me creating the constant tyne current to alamo being coming but rights you know through phase raiders views he wanted to get the character just rights so visualized how concentrated look what he's had you know he's heights he's face clothing is carried through his mannerisms everything and spend a lot of time on that and maybe i'm sure the actually isn't a coincidence that alamos had one particular diet the heights of doing all this visualization he was sitting in restaurants on the river thames in london england when he saw coming towards him the constant fine age that he was still in the process of creates and he said this figure was wearing exactly the clothing head envisaged you know back home in in doing all the work on to crack the count the head with the same you know the face with the same everything was the same and he said this figure or whatever you wanna call it came walking towards him this kind of sinister conspiratorial grin on its face not a pleasant grin and alamos and he just froze he didn't know what to do and he said that the the character just sort of knowingly won't pass him with his airy green nodded vanished and so that's sort of that's just a few years ago now and casey's go back centuries demonstrates in you know what can be done in the name of and one sort of fictional famous hollywood version would be in the the early nineteen fifties movie the forbidden planets.
"river thames" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Yeah no you can't beat you can't yep what else coaches okay i understand billion people are very sensitive at that's that's the reason that's a big ones yeah especially on national a near s earn career irreversible darren criss in crazy yeah are there's a bomb discovered in the fame's river world war to bomb it's right next to the airport london city airport via hollings have been and since world war tuition signed him 45 and those bombs will stay perfectly healthy eldest until sure well it's an it's in a or some shit a ten names river thames the was handed nervous the so did the river that goes through the the famous river god good luck in that thing out this it'll take about a day but the whole all the visor cancelled uh not bad though it's just a day about a day it's spelled larry games but it's prast tim daly we need you go down then get had bombed out today london to allow took a real beating in world war jakes lucia jim shook the sun this is in china had bay china a gas truck with liquified natural gas overturned and you could see a fast these two cars ironies heard that was a myth like you know like with people go you know there's a gas struck on on high when someone shoots it or it falls over or propane tanks they explode after that the meth while i mean so in this case that think overturned in it released and then cars have engines with that that you know combust fuel there's fire inside your engine so it just caught on let's check out fast fastest thing goes so.
"river thames" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Day in the river thames london city airport says it will have to be shut down all day to day while naval bomb specialists remove the explosive the larger at london heathrow airport is not affected disneyland has once again raised the price of admission on a peak days weekends and holidays vacation periods the new price is one hundred thirty five dollars for adults on what disney calls regular days an adult ticket will be seven hundred seventeen dollars and the price for the least busy value days is unchanged at ninety seven bucks most annual passes now caused at least one hundred dollars more per year and eaglet number two has just arrived a second bald eagle baby just hatched like minutes ago in a nest in big bear the first igli a eaglet came out of its shell yesterday there is a live feed of the eaglets and their proud parents on our website at kfi am 640 dot com keyword eagles traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center dale and without the further earlier crash mood city westbound's than a kronfeld looks like everything has been clear to the shoulder things are still very tough though coming away for the one ten freeway meanwhile the eastbound side going to slow down from lutsia like over to vat crenshaw boulevard if it make it a right of all the 405 watch out for delays leaving westchester northbound side from just past lucky here at the santa monica boulevard slept side just a little slow between will holland getting center grew up in five that's going to be a tough ride coming out of norwalk walked from roads krantz over to the 605 more slowing up ahead from washington after the 710 freeway south unsettles a bunch of coming away from if out washington as well as the 605 had it be heading through upland west on site at of melton earlier crash has been completely clear from the free way but things are still slow leaving ontario from vineyard kfi in this guy hopes can either faster times unicom global founded by corey hong in the early eighties when corey came.
"river thames" Discussed on WLOB
"Family the aforementioned joe bruno is in the house thanks for being here this morning thank you um with there a question for joe that we got an email uh you got the question right it was about the yankees swapped wives back in the late '60s uh that those in seventy seventy four twenty one if i thought it was joe peptone and jim bowden now wasn't now it was stan william nazi in way it was stan are the pitcher yeah the two pitchers might catch and not a and i and for its value leaders on yet might catch it and fritz peterson they just walked family it was one of the more bizarre things from my childhood i did that i remember it happened happening and he three putted 74 but one of the more bizarre things of my childhood they just basically swap families yeah it's kinda odd i got home with dini the night you'd go i mean plywood mrs bernau then i understand i appeal get the horse i get that people do get divorced i get that but you don't get rid of your children uh they they even swapped dogs are there was great it was one of the crazies things there's no doubt let's let's grab some calls her odds have been ringing this week why don't we take a bunch of calls there are a lot to talk about at seven forty good morning it may recall gentlemen the incident in which women were tacked on a bridge in london they were run over and they were slashed think killed some jumped in the river thames interisland and now than mayor of london said deak khan says that president trump is not welcome in the united kingdom you at the prime minister theresa may's invited in there but yet how did we get to such a pass in our civilization that we are outnumbered in our capitals our capital city london paris and we're in a position now where the enemies that pass enemies averse civil aviation for more than two thousand years can say we're no longer welcome yeah a happen well it's pretty extraordinary happens because of things like what happened out in california thank you for the call yesterday wear kate stein laid the beautiful twenty nine year old woman who was walking on the pierre with her father enjoying the day.
"river thames" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Theresa may's constituency wonderful restaurant the river thames beautiful part of the world and this chap i title near man i was just having a beer but you could have a bearing the bar stairs or you could have you may announce on the verandah lovely racial and the guy with the one is going to over and what the wine and they poured it formally put on the table limbs to control the woman he was with and he other to one round the only kind of some summon the way trevor angrily and he pointed at the back shoulder and add on the backs so in the restaurant tesco find it superbug pike six hundred twelve that if other seriously i challenge no when asked what last per second and they bring a really thin champagne glass and it's tune says are sacred utilities and they go but that's the champagne magically we have it's not shumpei it cost five could a ball down the road my husband cringes he hates going out with me now i hate the one thing i do is at the bottom of remade magray parsimonious me i don't let go into restaurants or burger joy or wherever with it and have draft bill twelve lawka because i was in pain quid for third three on the ability to posses you think that is by ninety per se marco we get ripped off everywhere we go say it i'm and i'm sorry if this is affecting pubs and restaurants russell bertha going to challenge these crazy prices but people i'm going to pay it and they'll give you a film recommendation i urge you and your proceed husband is your lucky man to go and see macho what mode on the overall browsers i was a horror movie joe labor twitter because people don't waste the couch murder much it's a brilliant it's not old fashioned a told reviews some of the be very unfairly day it stole it through the kind of hummus at it setting up story and the spectacular schultz terrified of the train which was going through the alps in the show beautifully show i ask really gripping i can't wait to them and i would always gonna say i like oh fashion movies anywhere not but i remember when when and why we're is the guy who played.
"river thames" Discussed on Storynory
"And you know what he received so many sweets that he could have spent the entire gear munching nothing else only his mom and dad he'd most of them because they were afraid he would make himself sick and that was birdies halloween written for story noory by bertzi and reds by me richard in case you didn't know and believe it was the second wife of henry the eighth who had six wives in all though not at the same time he lived part of the time attempt to court palace on the river thames and in this story jakes house is not far away now for some news we've set up a patriotic account which helps you support story noory we'd donations small or large we've set out some nice rewards for supporters and set ourselves some goals for making story noory even better it's early days and we hope to make both the rewards and the goals even more exciting well almost as soon as we had set up a patron page i'll first patron pledge came rolling in so burti in story noory would like to say a big thankyou to stephanie and her sevenyearold son matthew for setting the ball rolling they tell us that the favorite story is quite possibly the summer ryan the tea master from japan and that they also enjoy the world stories myths including the ones from the philippines well thank you very much also.
"river thames" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Flame out of it's very very tall funnel this paddle wheeler very very watt almost like this black crab pulling this mighty ghostly likes ship behind it think of all the the more detail and the colors the turner could have put in to the temporary self the this mammoth battleship from previous generations being towed by this squad what little tugboat but he doesn't he gives it almost sort of a a a monotone effect with just very pale colors in obviously it's an oil on canvas but making it seem more ethereal coming out of the background along the very very calm of our river thames and as usual turner will put in some kind of a marker to bring us into the painting he does this sort of like with a bully that's there on the far right of the painting if you're listening in on the computer you've got the image up it's a beautiful beautiful pain and you can see that the that dui there you can see the reflection of the setting sun all over the all over the surface of of the water above the bully is that fabulous impostor meaning the thickness of the paint that turner apply to the canvas to show that setting sun it almost looks like one of those an old globe for instance or or an old the a map showing china in the far east and in tibet particularly we've got the incredible mountains eke out if you rub your finger over you can actually feel just the ridges of it this actually looks like it's a it's a map of of of those of the mountains or the himalayas where you could if you rub your finger of the surface of this painting you'd be able to see it feel how much paint turner loaded on the canvas in that area the importance of the idea of the days of this type of ship of this battleship hero that it was are now over also the days of sale are now number there's so this real this one pay penny could show to all of us the genius of joseph mala turner there's so much here it's like somebody writing a great novel or a great play there are so many layers of meaning in this that he does put in all these attributes of the passage of time in of death and also of rebirth that this.
"river thames" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Piling though the plane into a mecca that was weary of a a a very very subtle easter a joke in the new season of decker were the solely to poster hip you see the plane and you see is the big band in the back river thames river thames is in play be way harder than the hudson river yes through that area all marga area yeah how silly get again as so the challenge solely lay give you can land in the suez canal the british empire gets he's got a stuffy british copilot played my colony earth terribly irregular cops to do that smoke okay so i started i'm gonna let me just finish that there on hanks anecdote and then vets that naturally startevic diverse regard yeah we serve it weird mike finance assertive is this is this is a quick when he is the he ccc some hanks and he was credits include here dragnet eventually good movie i shook tom hanks his hand and needled him a little i said i understand you don't like republicans are conservatives very much he said oh you just fine someone suggested we take a picture together as we smiled for the cameras i turned tom hanks and needled him a little more i said just do me a favor will you tell them not to put the movie earn anymore so we've got with the movie on any more of you on that island talking to the volleyball laughed and said don't be criticising the movie governor that's how i put my kids to college oh jews to me not just because i picked to a celebrity not just because that always admired tom hanks's work.
"river thames" Discussed on KKAT
"Back yard for us but let me let me share with you there is this a mayor perhaps you've heard of him saad deak com he is the mayor of london the city of london mariel london beefeaters the tala the the ten the river thames and although said what am i called the route river thames instead of the thames river and what was said t hemi what does that it should be firms should lay the other themes that claims and an around well coq the river mississippi we called the mississippi river uh what so what are they the river thames james very you know okay there are different it's a different country over there so the mayor was on the television on a television show called good morning britain it's kinda like good morning america but they ripped it off for british purposes and so they changed their name to good morning britain c c other works and saw decode they'll still anything those europeans shut dick conn who is the first muslim mayor of a european capital of western european capital and and he's a lefty and daddy said all kinds of things that i don't like about radical islamic terrorism era just get houston part of living in a big city and and here's the thing it's not that he is wrong about that what bothers me is that he's right about that that muslims suddenly surprising every one worth a murderer or a bunch of murderers psychotic blood frenzy is just kind of part of living in european cities in orlando in san bernardino in new york in arlington virginia what was the little town in texas where the truck that i showed up to murder.