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"sunday times" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:06 min | 2 months ago

"sunday times" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On one Sunday times of sun and clouds the high of 92 to 96. I'm back here with our meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk. Currently it is 63 degrees in Yuba City on news 93.1 kfbk time Now for some money and business news. Let's get over the cap trust and check in with Kelly Brothers was on your radar. Kelly. Ha ha. I discovered what guardians. Oh, okay to fellow Well, there are these Art deco statues along needle rain Carnegie Bridge, which connects downtown Cleveland to another neighborhood. They're known as the Guardians of Traffic. So, Brian Nobles are very happy. No, this is traffic related. Okay? And in a completely unrelated story, the kings are changing their name to the Marconi. Curve it Oh Hill Marconi Curves. Oh, yeah. Uh, anyway with the third pick in the NBA draft, the Marconi curve. Anyway. Uh, so anyway, the Indians are changing their name. They said they were going to change their name. They've been the Indians since 1915. Obviously, critics claim it to be a racist names. So they decided it was time to change. And we've seen this with other franchises as well, including the Washington Redskins, which are now the Washington football team and have announced they will have a new name. Come 2022. What else do we have going on today? You know, it's some some of the restaurants coming out the pandemic. I mean, they're going to be better, stronger than they ever were mainly because they figured out digital they figured out take out. They figured out how to make it easy for uber eats and grub hub and all the rest of those delivery services. So yesterday, Chipotle Starbucks and dominoes all hit record highs because they have people coming back in the restaurants, and they also have a digital offering that they probably didn't have 18 months ago. Let's check the real time numbers. This strange week continues with a big downdraft Monday, but then nothing but up. Since then it looks like it will be a positive week. Dow Up 1 1934 9 42 NASDAQ of 43 points the S and P f 20 points or about one half of 1%. Gold down six. Oil down a drop 10 year bond Yield 1.28. Alright, Kelly. Thanks so much. He's an author son of the president of the United States. And now Hunter Biden is an artist painting. Wow created some big time painting. What are they asking for some of his artwork like up to $500,000 500,000 dollars. Um and, uh, a man of many talents, apparently apparently so, and the artwork is going to go into Play in New York and Los Angeles later this year. And it is, as you might imagine raising ethical concerns about influence peddling tied to the sales of his expensive artwork. So guess who was asked about that? None other than White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki, and here's what she had to say about the connection. Wouldn't it be more transparent to just release the names of the buyers so that Everyone would know who purchased this art and how much they made. Well, we don't we won't know who the buyers are. Hunter Biden.

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"sunday times" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"sunday times" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sunday times of sun and clouds of the high of 92 to 96. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 61 degrees in Sacramento. With stories trending on the KFBK Morning News Governor Gavin Newsom recall Election KFBK Continuing coverage. A new poll out this morning shows the governor's recall race here in California is closer than many analysts had thought. Eddie McLovin has details. Talk show host Larry Elder is leading the pack The inside California politics. Emerson College poll shows 16% of registered voters. Surveyed said they'd vote for elder Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and businessman John Cox are tied for second at 6%, Caitlyn Jenner and Assemblyman Kevin Kiley are trailing at 4% each, the poll says. 53% are undecided. Eddie McLovin NEWS 93.1 kfbk. We're going to go deeper on these new numbers that are out this morning and why they are concerning for the Newsome campaign, and we're going to get to that coming up in about 10 minutes with an analyst tuition is going up at the University of California schools for in states do That's Joshua Lewis is with the University of California Student Association at its base. The increased represents a fundamental backwards step in equity and access that you see it locks intuition increases on a yearly basis guaranteed for all students. Undergrads enrolling next fall will pay an estimated $534 more. The cost for tuition of these will be 13,000 year. You see, officials say they need more money to provide quality education and to be competitive under the current state budget, you see is getting just under 11 billion taxpayer dollars, an increase of nearly $1 billion just from last year. KFBK California Wildfire Watch a service of beeline construction, reconstructing homes and lives since 1994 more evacuations and road closures and Alpine county to report where the Tamarack.

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Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

Out of Office

02:55 min | 3 months ago

Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

"Describe as the creators of luxurious and sustainable resorts. What does luxury mean to you. Yes so it. Luxuries awards That's been misused. Quite often people would refer to objects as luxury sometimes. You might hear someone saying fist. Gold is a luxury all models luxury or thick proud cockpit essentially luxuries that which is read that which is new to you but also true true in In in the way that it rings a in your heart when you touch it or experiences and so that that's in fact the funny enough guiding principle. So i'll i'll cool purpose. Believe very strongly that any organization must have a us beyond simply enriching. Shell does like a benign apartments and paying employees. A salary and when you can do that it can be very meaningful. And i'll co platypuses slow life engaging in imaginative like essentially we're offering our guest luxuries whilst minimizing our impact on the environment and also enhancing the health of our guests at the same time and the question is. How do that and we do that. By being creative and innovative ovation need structure. And so i've guiding principle that drives that structure that railway track the drives that engine of creativity. Is this phrase intelligent luxury we. We're taking the latin origin of intelligence into lego to try and understand what luxuries about. I think when you can do that when you question what for your clients especially when the context off our clients has changed so i recall when we opened back in the nineties. The people who had come to us were largely the landed gentry that inherited that wealth. Living in foams of big states though. Jerry have access to fresh air. Fresh foods face privacy and then that changed you have the internet revolution. You had the emergence of the brakes. Brazil russia india china reaganism factories. Over the last forty years. The successful have become urban. If you look at the sunday times rich list mighty percents all self-made oven longer. The landed gentry and so what. The successful took Granted in the pause is now wrapped that bit of fresh air is a scarcity in beijing closed schools for three or four hour weeks of the year. It's the same. I think in delhi some weights even singapore. They have that issue because of the lack of fresh air. So it's it's a rarity in another context Fresh food is a challenge and privacy and space us huge premium so so hence our brand offering to our guest this idea of inspiring a lifetime of wrecks experiences. But that's essentially what people want and we find the nowadays most of our clients a spending more money on experiences than products.

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Queen's Cousin Accused of Willingness to Sell Kremlin Access

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Queen's Cousin Accused of Willingness to Sell Kremlin Access

"There's fresh controversy for Britain's royal family an investigative report by Britain's Sunday times and channel four television says prince Michael of Kent queen Elizabeth's cousin was willing to use his royal status for personal profit and to seek favours from Russia's president the undercover investigation saw reporters posed as investors of a nonexistent south Korean gold company the seventy eight year old prince Michael allegedly told them via zoom that he would give their company his royal endorsement for two hundred thousand dollar feet a business partner also reportedly told the fake investors Michael could be hired for about fourteen thousand dollars a day to make confidential representations on their behalf to Vladimir Putin describing him as her majesty's unofficial ambassador to Russia his office says Michael earns his own living to a consultancy company that is run for over forty years adding he has no special relationship with Britain I'm Ben Thomas

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Yaa Gyasi Discusses Her Latest Book, Transcendent Kingdom

Little Atoms

06:03 min | 6 months ago

Yaa Gyasi Discusses Her Latest Book, Transcendent Kingdom

"Was born in ghana amazed in huntsville alabama process novel. Going was a sunday times bestseller. The national book critics circle award for best first novel and was shortlisted for the pen. Robert w bingham prize for fiction. Twenty seventeen she was selected as one of granta's best young american novelists and in two thousand nineteen the bbc's elected her debut is one of the hundred novels that shape. Our world and latest novel is transcendent kingdom. And that's what we're going to talk about today. Y'all welcome to little atoms. Thank you thanks for having me. Tell me festival how you would describe this novel. So transcendent kingdom is about a woman named gifty who is completing a phd At stanford and neuroscience and she studies phenomenon called neural circuitry of reward seeking behavior which for lay people just means that she said he's things like addiction and depression and it's at a time in her life when her own mother who is quite depressed has come to stay with her so she finds herself taking care of her mother while also doing this research while also reflecting on her childhood particularly the circumstances that led up to her beloved older brothers passing from an opioid overdose and sets a book about Family about mother daughter relationships about immigration about religion and about science knows your debut. Homegoing was a a historical epic a sprawling multigenerational story. This one. obviously as you've just described it covers some big issues big ideas in it but it's focused down on a one single family and indeed a family. That's getting smaller not getting larger year. It never it didn't really feel like a conscious choice and from the beginning of transcendent kingdom. It just seemed like a more intimate story like a smaller canvas. In that way. I wanted to focus on the way that trauma works in a family Which is a theme homegoing as well But in this case it was a much smaller and lay. It just felt natural. I think so much of transcendent. Them is about the ways that isolation has affected this one woman gifted life and in order to kind of capture that isolation loneliness a needed the i needed the smaller scale Gifted just isn't a character. Who has this kind of abundant family life. Her family moves to the states before she's born and once they get here they're kind of cut off from the larger extended family ongoing obviously had characters who were also cut off from family. But i feel like the point of that book was to kind of showed this broader family to show the family tree in its fullness to see the way that these cutoffs impact the individual Transcendent kingdom were just starting with the single branch and that set so gifty as you said. She's a nervous scientist. He's on on a day carrying out a particular experiments and this is a real thing. Tell us what it is. She's doing and where where this came for. You used it in the book share and so years conducting this experiment. While i think i call it in the book like a behavioral testing chamber Basically she puts mice into this chamber that she's created and she trains the mice to press a lever for a word in this case. It's like a chocolate milk drink when they pressed the lever the milk floods into the straw. They're all excited. And then after some time she changes conditions so sometimes when they press the lever they get the drink and other times when they pressed the lever. They get a mild foot shock instead. And there's no pattern to it. So the mice never figure out when or why beat shocks happening And what she discovers is that some of the mice stop pressing leper but others. Don't stop those mice. The who are effectively addicted to drink are the ones that she uses to study the neural pathways that are involved in addiction. in a a came to this Research via my own best friend. Her name is tina ken. She is a a neuroscientist herself. And when i started writing this book we were both living in california as she was finishing up her. Phd at stanford. I should mention. She's a friend from childhood so just kind of random that she ended up at stanford which is my my own alma mater But at any rate she was finishing her. Phd bear and around that time she had a major paper published that i wanted to read I thought that i understood what she did. But while i tried and failed to read the paper. I realized that i had no idea what she did And so. I just kind of asked if she would allow me to shadow her and her lab at that point. I didn't really know that. I was writing a book just kind of wanted to get a better understanding of research And thankfully and graciously she said yes. And so i spent the day with her and The day i went she was performing this surgery on her mice. That detail in the opening pages transcendent kingdom. And i just found it. So fascinating. Counter research fascinating. The whole process was unlike anything. Obviously that i ever spend my day thinking about. And i found that those places where your own curiosity is sparks places that feel incredibly different but also for tile are the best places to lean into for for creative worth so it felt natural to want to know more. It felt natural to to try to think about it to fiction so

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How To Silence Your Saboteur with Remy Blumenfeld

Accelerate Your Business Growth

09:15 min | 7 months ago

How To Silence Your Saboteur with Remy Blumenfeld

"My guest. Today is remmy blumenfeld. Me is one of the world's leading us coaches in advisors. He's contributed more than fifty articles to forbes and has listed by the independent newspaper as one of the twenty most influential. Lgbtq people in the united kingdom. He's been featured the new york times the sunday times. Forbes and inc is clients are leaders from across the creative sector from film. Tv advertising publishing in gaining. Thanks so much for joining me today. Remmy ion is my pleasure. I am thrilled to have you here. We're gonna be talking about a subject. That number one i think is so important for business. Owners and founders but also so timely. I guess i i would say it's probably evergreen. You know it's probably always timely. But it is about that that savage that inner salvator that we have And i would really like to start with asking you to share. What what you think that saboteur is and how you see it affecting business owners yeah so the saboteur is a voice in your head and of course we are all made up of many different parts that may be the salesman that maybe the publicist that may be the shy retiring person with complex beings but when we have a conversation with ourselves in our head very often the part of ourselves that we're talking to in our head is not the most helpful part very often. The part of ourselves with communicating with is the saboteur. And the sabah. I i think it's helpful to think about this in terms of evolution you know. The saboteur is the voice in our head was designed to protect us and to be helpful to all survival by saying. Don't try that come up before and it didn't work And that's very helpful when you're going to be eaten by a barrel full down a precipice in primitive terms. It's very helpful to have a cautionary voice in your head that saying. Don't take that risk. Don't try that again. That could end in failure. You could eaten by a lion but these days you know when the risks were taking not life threatening risks for the huge majority that voice in our head. that staff from evolution is really unhelpful. Because it's it's a. It's a constantly questioning challenging. Tao ching voice the taps into environmental circumstances to remind us why whatever it is about to do could end up in bad trouble and and the bad trouble that it could end us up in. These days is really only failure. Failure as we know is necessary to success. Because if you don't fail dozens of times you won't succeed in my business. Before i went into coaching i was in. I was in tv entertainment. And you had to pitch a whole lot of ideas before you gotta yes. There was a saying that our industry sounds like yes. No no no no no no no no no no yes no no no no no no and you know the voice in your head would always be saying. Oh don't do that. Don't pitch that show put in that proposal. You could look foolish. You could fail. It could be rejected. Who are you to do this. And i think diane you're right that the voice is evergreen sadly but in these times off of stress and scarcity and on news waves being completely clogged with with negative messages. Al-sabah has a lot of material to work on. You know because it. It doesn't take much to derail you because you know. I thought i mean a very simple one is like don't do that. It's a recession. Who will want that. It's a recession and that immediately kind of short circuits so many things just thinking well the economic times a bad so the voice in my head. That saying don't do that. Whatever that might be launching new product lines. Start a business hire somebody expand. Whatever it is you might be thinking of doing when that voice in your head you're sabotage says don't try that those a recession on think you. Are you crazy. The other part of you the pop. That's perhaps a little bit more and daring is very easily put off. So maybe that's you know that's a helpful kind of overview of our savage basically the voice in your head that says. Don't you try that. you'll look foolish. Don't try that it won't work. Why are you even thinking of doing that. Who'd think you up to do it. That's the sabotage on. It sounds like the there are times when the saboteur sounds like the their reasoning is valid. Like what the example escaping. Don't you that. There's a recession right. So so it feels like it's we. Can vince ourselves saboteurs right. A hundred percent hundred percent and the and the sabah works on pre existing agreements. Which are out there in the world which it's part of a that you'll never gonna ditch your saboteur and i think it's perhaps even useful to to recognize that voice in your head has has a place it has a place and if you think of all the different parts of yourself as being you'll personal board of advisors than having one board member who saying don't try that as a recession. Don't try that it went. What don't do it again. You'll look foolish. That can be okay. Annoying let's no pretend it's not annoying tablet board member like that. It's annoying but it can be useful. I think the problem diameters for many of us alone in our heads with the board of one the board member of one that we have is the salvatore and until we labeled at bold member as the saboteur. Recognize that you know. She has a value but she's not driving us to the place where we want to go quickly or in daring courageous ambitious imaginative way initially realized that than we. Oh yes that's the truth. Well it's not. The truth is just one perspective. It's just one it's one perspective and you could even argue that it's a useful perspective but it it. It's the only perspective you become allies because all the conversations that you're having with yourself you'll sabotage in your head end up in feeling defeated and feeling like Thank goodness. I didn't try that because i would have looked foolish as though you see. I think the saboteur believes the failing and looking foolish are the worst possible things that could happen to you. And of course a part of you part of me believes that too because we've all had bad experiences with failing looking foolish and so when the saboteur voice in our head says that we listen whereas the reality is we should as a good chairman of our own board. Say thank you for your contribution. I will bear that in mind and then take some other input right. That's that's the way i look at it. Yeah yeah yeah definitely okay. So how does someone silence that saboteur question. And i'm afraid the answer is you cannot silence you'll sabah. Zabaleta was put that by evolution. Some people's loud too some people sabotage more frequent. However what you can do is put your saboteur in that place and i think the first thing you can do is just by recognizing it by recognizing the that voice in my head that i'm talking with all the time is very often my saboteur and when it creeps in need to recognize that that's that's the perspective but not the only respect. So that's one thing you know the very first thing but it's really important. Recognize the voice in my head is not me it's by sabato and then the second thing is maybe just to kind of put it in a box so i think of my subah diane like a like a still away on my ship right. So i'm the captain and the captain decides where we're going to go how we're gonna get the how it's going to be. Who's gonna come along for the ride and the saboteur is a stowaway who i don't really want on the ship. They are there any way and they are always undermining everyone on everything and it has a useful function but they are still away.

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to reportedly reunite with royals for first time since ‘Megxit’

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to reportedly reunite with royals for first time since ‘Megxit’

"Well prince harry and meghan markle are set to reunite with the royal family. Now i know it's hard to believe that it's been a full year. Since prince harry and meghan markle announce their plans to step down from their royal duties. But now the duke and duchess are returning to london. They have some amazing plans. And it's a very good reason they're road return for queen elizabeth's birthday now. It'll be the first time in marion. Megan have seen queen elizabeth and the rest of the house of windsor since they laugh and moved abroad. We know to montecito a year ago now. According to the sunday times hurry and megan are expected to attend the trooping of the colour now. That's the queen's annual birthday parade right which will be held on june twelfth in london now while these two are not officially to attend real events anymore the trooping the color is a family event as well as an official engagement so the suspects have been officially

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Blair and Major hit out at Boris Johnson's plans to override Brexit deal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Blair and Major hit out at Boris Johnson's plans to override Brexit deal

"British prime ministers he played crucial roles in bringing peace to Northern Ireland have joined forces urging lawmakers to reject government plans to override the Brexit deal with the European Union. John Major and Tony Blair say doing so imperils peace in Northern Ireland in damages. The U. K's reputation in an article in the Sunday Times of former prime minister say the current British government is shaming and embarrassing. The UK with legislation that if it passes goes against the very deal it's signed to allow for the UK is smooth departure from the you earlier this year. The British government in the European Union remain at an impasse when it comes to negotiating a new trade deal. And there's worry those talks could end up collapsing soon. They have until the end of the year to reach a deal.

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Covid missteps in the UK

Between The Lines

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Covid missteps in the UK

"Been seven months in sparse Johnson's conservative scored the best Tory parliamentary majority since the me nine thousand nine hundred. And yet outsiders well, that could be forgiven for thinking that it was Jeremy Corbyn Socialism. That's triumphed. You think about it in response to the Cova crisis, the size and scope of the British state. Well, that's increased dramatically, and what's being called, a radical woke minority that continues to march through British institutions for more on Boris and British politics. Let's turn to is a bill oak shop. She's a former political editor at the Sunday Times I started by asking bill about the state of Boris Johnson's premiership. I think that it is. Fair to say that Boris Johnson's. Administration has. Hit a really difficult patch and you know. Isn't it extrordinary when he achieved? An an unbelievable majority you know against all expectations, and really they only had a few weeks in which to relish that feeling of trial before the corona virus hits, and the handling of the pandemic has been a very widely criticized. You know we have ended up. I think we have the surge worst gas rate in the world from from Carina and his being one u-turn after another. We've got another one today in the only on Sunday at one of our leading cabinet ministers said that it would not be compulsory to wear face masks and short, and now we all told the we'll be illegal requirement, and that is very characteristic old the government's approach to this crisis. They've been too late. To make required changes, you know that has gizzard they have you turned, and of course not help by. The Prime Minister himself was hit very very hard by the virus, and to Cologne time to get back on his feet. You know this is a he. He was in a life, threatening position and the government woes consequentially very weakened for a period. You mentioned that the Johnson government is moving to make these face masks for shoppers mandatory I. THINK THEY FACE A. Hundred pound fine if they gotta shops without Feis mosques, but at the same time on way told the Britain is slowly getting back to its old self that businesses either reopened and travel restrictions. Lifting does all this main? The Brits are to learn to leave covid nineteen I think we have to learn to live with covid nineteen and I would say we should have had begun learning that lot quicker. You know the UK at the moment is a real place. Contrast I live in Oxfordshire about seventy miles from London, and for the first time last week I decided to get the train into loans, and I have been driving list time and I basically had to show the driven train in both directions. I was traveling at what would normally be rush hour peak time going in in the morning and I had the whole carriage, and the won't be on that myself, so I will. Say Small, but there's no need for face off. You've got your exclusive carriage. And Central. Is Much the same. It's a dead zone and yet here in the world's where where I call home and we can mind. It'll town which luckily. was absolutely housing. The big AUDEN's with school. There were a lot of people out in the bounce. So you know we have a real mix pitcher going on by the way, remember that the schools on back. You know this is an extraordinary situation. You know we've got people in big Ordonez in restaurants are. Our children are still not back in school by large. The counterargument to not having that lockdown during April, and my is that you might have seen far more deaths in in Britain it's. It's very lucky for the government that however bad things get. They will always be able to say it would be much worse if we hadn't done. X Y, or said they won't be able to cruise otherwise politically. That is something that they can always fall back on, but I think that all the evidence now shows that it was a big mistake to allow tens of thousands of people every week to continue pouring into the country from some of the worst hit areas overseas. Coming into Heathrow without any checks or any corentin or any restriction. For weeks, so then I mean for months discontinued, and then very belatedly off to the media, worst of the crisis passed, the government changed tack, and and suddenly entered used quarantine measures, but not before all these people had come in and helped increase of viral late

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Federer Comes Of Age

The Tennis Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

Federer Comes Of Age

"Hello everyone and welcome to the tennis podcasts. Wimbledon relived. Not Say Manic Monday. Is Strange to think that in an alternate universe rule experiencing the busiest most hectic day, if the tennis calendar down the road, well down the road from me, and that's w nineteen and instead well I didn't know about you, but I'm something my safer why I'm dressed. I was GONNA. Say My pants spur. I'm dressed, but I'm certainly not in A. Poised and ready to. Go on the tally or anything. I mean it is a very different university living in. The the same time I still find myself trying to crowbar these matches into to be able to watch them all in time because we just watched four hours of a match for today's podcast, having recorded yesterday's show, and then we've got tomorrow's look forward to I mean look I'm having the time of my life. I'm relive I'm reliving two thousand and one and loving every single minute of it, but yeah around actually making meals for children and go into the pollock, and all that sort of thing I am struggling a bit to fit it all in hence sleep out today we spending. We're dwelling quite a while in in two thousand and one land. Aren't we today tomorrow? Yeah and it turns out that that's important. Because David didn't see two thousand one Wimbledon. Much of two thousand and one full stop you in a windowless room in the ASS. End of Germany awesome thing. Date I did I missed the entirety of the two thousand one Wimbledon until the final which we'll get onto more tomorrow when we, she watched that as one of them it because the woman doing tomorrow is the two thousand and one men's singles final between Goran, Ivanisevic and Pat, rafter today it's Pete Sampras against Roger Federer in the fourth round, but yet the time. Time I was in my fourth year working for the ACP tool I'd been communications manager for three and a half years traveling around I had informed the powers that be that I would like to have got writing and interviewing and all that sort of thing, and they said okay. Then you can go work on this new thing that we've got called a website. And it's and we produce it in Hamburg Germany. So off. You go to the office that. Germany. Not the end of anywhere I thought it was somewhere a little more. Than that. Politically, it was delightful, delightful The office was Nelson somewhere. And Anyway I'm sitting and get there and I'm like we get to the fourth round magic Monday manic Monday and I'm thinking right. There's a lot of crack matches on here. This Roger Federer against Pete Sampras Tim Henman lighter. which channel is it on here in Germany? And they said it's on premiere I said all right. Where's where's that said? We haven't got that one. So. So I was a little bit dubbed by this and frantically trying to think. How do I get out of this job? But. I've signed up for the rest of the entire week until the weekend when I would go off to Gustad for the tournament that. So anyway, that's when I discovered that actually it was available on BBC radio through their website in inverted commas I that I'd never heard of before, but anyway so I was able to listen to the BBC radio coverage throughout the rest of the week, and that's what made me decide. That I wanted to be a commentator right and that week. And he fight off emails to to the commentators he'd be listening to. You. Yeah Yeah, Inkatha. Who is the tennis correspondent? Richard Evans, very long time experienced respected journalist and reporter send the Sunday Times tennis correspondent Dana coincide of the BBC. And they brought the championships alive for me over in Germany and I mean that's what they do. That's what the job of the radio commentator is for people who can't say to try to bring it alive and. It did the job for me. It made it magical I mean I. I actually think that Wimbledon. If you think of Tim Henman's run as well and everything else that went into it, it was one of the all time. Great. Wimbledon's including the ending. And to listen to it on the radio where your mind is having to do the job for you, because you can't see it, using the words, they they describe and you conjuring images on the back of those words, it makes even more mystical and fantastical David Law. You turn not being able to watch one of the greatest of all time into a positive. Well twenty years on Haram watching it. It's awesome. Win deliveryman in solihull. She's moved on from working in tennis and not being able to watch moved into working in tennis and this year still open. You Up to in two thousand and one. We still shuffling around on your bum. Knows all my eight now right was. Please listen to yesterday's podcast to

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Trump denies briefing on reported bounties against US troops

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Trump denies briefing on reported bounties against US troops

"Britain's president government trump is is denying pledging having to support been briefed on local reported officials U. S. intelligence in the central that English Russian city military of Leicester intelligence middle unit pools secretly the spike offered in Kobe bounties nineteen to cases Taliban would linked prompt militants authorities to for look killing the American community troops down in Afghanistan the Sunday times The newspaper New York Times says is reporting a fresh American look down intelligence would come officials within concluded days months off ago to one of the that six Russian hundred officials new cases offered rewards were recorded for successful in the attacks less the area on American service in the two members weeks to last June sixteenth year at the time it the to U. be S. the first in Taliban time were holding Britain talks had looked to end on the single the war in area Afghanistan join the whole in pandemic a Sunday morning tweet the department trump rights of health nobody and briefed social or told care me says or it's supporting vice president the council pence and or local his chief partners of staff in Leicester mark meadows to help and prevent he appeared further to minimize transmission the allegations of the virus against the Moscow newspaper also referring reports to the so despite called comes attacks amid on our fears troops the disease in Afghanistan that's been by Russians spreading for the of city's which he large said there have Asian not been many community presumptive who often democratic live in presidential multi generational nominee Joe households Biden calls the report Charles the a truly list as well shocking London revelation if accurate Russia calls it nonsense Ben Thomas Washington

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Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

"Britain's government is pledging to support local officials in the central English city of Leicester middle pools the spike in Kobe nineteen cases would prompt authorities to look the community down the Sunday times newspaper says a fresh look down would come within days off to one of the six hundred new cases were recorded in the less the area in the two weeks to June sixteenth it to be the first time Britain had looked on the single area join the whole pandemic the department of health and social care says it's supporting the council and local partners in Leicester to help prevent further transmission of the virus the newspaper also reports despite comes amid fears the disease that's been spreading for the city's large Asian community who often live in multi generational households Charles the list as well London

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Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

"Britain's government is pledging to support local officials in the central English city of Leicester middle pools the spike in Kobe nineteen cases would prompt authorities to look the community down the Sunday times newspaper says a fresh look down would come within days off to one of the six hundred new cases were recorded in the less the area in the two weeks to June sixteenth it to be the first time Britain had looked on the single area join the whole pandemic the department of health and social care says it's supporting the council and local partners in Leicester to help prevent further transmission of the virus the newspaper also reports despite comes amid fears the disease that's been spreading for the city's large Asian community who often live in multi generational households Charles the list as well London

Britain Leicester London Sunday Times
Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

"Britain's government is pledging to support local officials in the central English city of Leicester middle pools the spike in Kobe nineteen cases would prompt authorities to look the community down the Sunday times newspaper says a fresh look down would come within days off to one of the six hundred new cases were recorded in the less the area in the two weeks to June sixteenth it to be the first time Britain had looked on the single area join the whole pandemic the department of health and social care says it's supporting the council and local partners in Leicester to help prevent further transmission of the virus the newspaper also reports despite comes amid fears the disease that's been spreading for the city's large Asian community who often live in multi generational households Charles the list as well London

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"sunday times" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"A made up story everything. Here. In Kramer the meant Leitch. That was Chris Kippenberger from cue. Which is out now? Besides by the title defense you can buy a special commission reworked ex Swiss military geog in on the website as well..

Curtis Sittenfeld's New Novel Brings Her From Prep to Politics

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

08:53 min | 1 year ago

Curtis Sittenfeld's New Novel Brings Her From Prep to Politics

"I guess. Today is the author of the Sunday Times Bestseller American wife in which she painted a picture of an ordinary American girl a thinly disguised Laura Bush who found herself married to a president. It was long listed for the Orange Prize. As was her debut novel. Prep her other books. Include the man of my dreams sustained eligible and the acclaimed short story collection. You think it I'll say it. Her stories of appeared in the New Yorker Esquire Oprah magazine and The New York Times magazine her latest collection of stories to be published in the UK is help yourself. She's also the guest editor for the Twenty Twenty Best American short stories anthology. She lives with her family in the American Midwest. A brand new novel is rotten. And it's been described as bombshell while I couldn't agree more. This is a book that will demand. Attention Curtis Sitton fell. Welcome to meet the rices. Thank you for having me. You'll novel begins in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine. Is Hillary Rodham Graduates College? And it brings us right up-to-date in Contemporary America. But I'd like to go back to Cincinnati in one thousand nine hundred seventy five when when you were can you tell us about the second stance surrounding you alive? Oh my goodness it's funny. I'm so much in the habit of of talking about Hillary's lay right now. You'll warm familiar with that than with my own will. I'm the second of four children. I have a sister. Who's less than two years older than I am. And I would say a have not led a very personally dramatic life which might be why I'm a fiction writer instead of a memoir rest but yeah I grew up in Cincinnati. My parents are both retired but still live in Cincinnati and I have two sisters one brother my brother is actually holds elected office in Cincinnati. He's the he's a member of the city council in his third term. So so I guess. Different members of my family are interested in in politics in in different ways but I was very lucky to go to excellent schools in Cincinnati elsewhere. And I would say my family Sort of obsessive readers like we didn't it's not like we. All six sat around each of US feverishly reading a book of our own but there were lots of books in the House. We did sometimes read is a family. My mother was a librarian for a long time for you know middle school or junior high students so ages twelve and thirteen and fourteen and that strong feminist streak. That comes to your writing that being influenced by her. That's an interesting question. My parents have almost opposite personalities. From each other where. My father is very great Gary in very opinionated and my mother is you know I think she has strong opinions and viewpoints. But she's. She's not a very assertive per cent. And she's not she's not she's a very private person even even by saying this should not be. I think she'd rather that like I never talk about her. Other than you know maybe acknowledging that she exists described as relatively progressive. But you know I think there are some families where the children grow up going to protest rallies in that was not my family You'll schooling was obviously a hugely influential. In fact your first book prep which is I. Think long list for the Orange Prize loosely based on that. Would you say so? I went to a boarding school in Massachusetts. When I was I had just turned fourteen and it was sort of strange given you know the area of the country where I grew up. Which is the mid west and it was a little bit unusual to go to a sort of fancier elite boarding school on the east coast just in the sense that a lot of students who go to that school are more from that region and also the other thing is that. I was the only one of my siblings who went which I think sometimes makes people think that I must have been the most academically talented in fact. I was the least academically and by my siblings. Were all you know much more. Well rounded students like. I did well in English but I definitely struggled with other subjects so those a little bit. I feel like I certainly. It was privileged but it was also a little bit random or arbitrary that I went to boarding school and talking about coming from a different at least geographical background from the rest of the students. The story is sort of more than coming of age. It's it's more perhaps one could say it was about a study of of social class. Was that something that you found was very apparent there that it did feel different. This whole kind of I mean I think the thing that we all have this horror of being a teenager comes across in dairy well a particular field and that you didn't fit in that. I think I felt at times that I didn't fit in. Certainly I mean I would say that. It wasn't the main character in prep. Leave your experiences going to boarding school as more of a sort of class shock than I would say I did. And you know class is sort of the air. We all breathe. It's maybe especially obvious. Una Boarding School campus. But you know I think it's it's obvious everywhere you know. You can have a sort of exchange with a person like delivering a package to your house and the two of you could probably like assess each other's voices are accents and no things about each other's class or like defied that one of you is in a house receiving a package one of US delivering. The package also says things about class in our society. You know doesn't necessarily say very good things but I think the To like one yet like I was aware of class. And I don't think I was quite as much of a fish out of water as my protagonist. Although certainly I'm like erotic person was even more neurotic as a teenage you write about teenagehood again in in your next book. And I think we'll come back to that because it will say impacts on on the subject matter of Rodham but you went off to Stanford then and you studied creative writing night. You wrote the College newspaper. You registered magazine. What's being a writer? Always the the obvious career choice. Well I think writing was always really important to me and it was like from a very young age for about six or seven. I spent a lot of time reading and writing because I wanted to. I think it helped me make sense of the world and it held my attention and there weren't as many options on net. Netflix back. Then so entertain yourself a little more so definitely writing always played a huge role in my life. I don't think I grew up with the expectation that I would be a full time novelist. I think sometimes I thought I won't be a lawyer or as I got older. I thought you know maybe a social worker or an English teacher or something. I always the closer my adulthood. I think the more it seems like I would do something writing adjacent. But I just don't think anyone can count on being a fulltime writer as you know how they pay their mortgage and I mean going to someone as you did to study at the Iowa. Writer's workshop is no guarantee of coming out. The other end is a fully-fledged writer. But that does give you a better chance than most doesn't it's a huge success rate. It's a it's a wonderful program and I like I loved being there. I learned a ton but the the thing that people don't necessarily realize is not only. Can you go to an excellent writing program the Iraqis and after that you know not have a stable writing career you can be a writer who has had multiple books published in that. Still not the way. You're supporting yourself. And in fact new writing is my full time job. But that's that's an incredible privilege and it's not. It's not something I take for granted. It's very I know that it's very unusual on special. I feel

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UK watchdog clears Johnson of criminal wrongdoing

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

UK watchdog clears Johnson of criminal wrongdoing

"British prime minister Boris Johnson will not face a criminal investigation into whether we offer special favors to an American business woman during his time as mayor of London the independent office for police conduct ruled against a criminal investigation into Johnson's ties to tech and Japan are Jennifer R. Cooley then the pendant office which oversees police complaints in England was also consider if there were grounds to investigate him for misconduct in public office the greater London authority me just announced that its investigation into Johnson's conduct would continue even though a criminal investigation has not been ruled out the case arose of from the Sunday times report saying Cory was given money and privilege access one on trade missions that Johnson led as mayor there is shockingly London

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UK watchdog clears Johnson of criminal wrongdoing

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

UK watchdog clears Johnson of criminal wrongdoing

"British prime minister Boris Johnson will not face a criminal investigation into whether we offer special favors to an American business woman during his time as mayor of London the independent office for police conduct ruled against a criminal investigation into Johnson's ties to tech and Japan are Jennifer R. Cooley then the pendant office which oversees police complaints in England was also consider if there were grounds to investigate him for misconduct in public office the greater London authority me just announced that its investigation into Johnson's conduct would continue even though a criminal investigation has not been ruled out the case arose of from the Sunday times report saying Cory was given money and privilege access one on trade missions that Johnson led as mayor there is shockingly London

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Chicago - Cook County, Illinois on track for most COVID-19 cases in the country

Steve Cochran

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago - Cook County, Illinois on track for most COVID-19 cases in the country

"Cook county is on pace to become the county with the most covert nineteen cases in the country WGN's Pam Jones reports the Sunday times reports cook county could overtake Queens County New York as the county with the most cases as early as today as of yesterday cook county reported fifty six thousand four hundred six positive cases of the corona virus that's just under five hundred less than Queens County however data suggests new York's outbreak is on a downward trend well yesterday marked illinois' worst day yet with one hundred ninety two corona virus deaths state health officials say Illinois could remain in a peek

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Orlando Bloom Says He Was Celibate, Didn't Have Sex For Months Before Katy Perry

Colleen and Bradley

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Orlando Bloom Says He Was Celibate, Didn't Have Sex For Months Before Katy Perry

"I can talk about Orlando bloom sex life I wish you wouldn't he's ready bag for this okay tell me more well I only know he gave up sex for six months before he started dating Katy Perry okay hi Orlando bloom disclosed his celibacy in a new interview with the Sunday times over the weekend and bloom said his friend surfer laird Hamilton suggested he try celebrates celibacy to get his ticket is quoted in the right place for

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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry dubbed 'junior Obamas'

WBZ Midday News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry dubbed 'junior Obamas'

"A new nickname for prince Harry and Meghan Markle seems that way but whether it'll catch on we'll see there being dubbed the junior Obama's because of their money earning potential and marketability so what's next for the couple who stepped back from their royal duties the Sunday times royal correspondent right and the guy says there's no question they'll be able to make and live off their own money they're going to be an enormous amount of very lucrative deals coming that way and I think that in it she thought French independence pretty quickly the big question mark will be a vote what is the nature of these days and we know you that Harry is already taking part in a documentary that apple TV well I've been told is that they absolutely they went to beat the face of big brands like there was a suggestion that making would be the face of Givenchy I'm told us not not correct because that wouldn't be deemed as quite right and the real family mark Cuban of shark tank fame says the two could be billionaires if they brand

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"sunday times" Discussed on Freelance Pod

Freelance Pod

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Freelance Pod

"So my name's Diana I creative director says she's an online Taylor and every week. I do a very short Sunday morning. Newsletter that goes out you can sign up on them on websites aside and we've just started focused series which began recently with an Robinson but we've got lots more people coming. I don't like the Talker Rankin Pandora cy he just had a big deal and supply my money so a mixture of old Yang and ferries people who is talked me. Yes I really is about the relationship between you in the computer you have in your pocket. I got into journalism in nine line six washes before then it was ninety so I was on growth in the Middle East and I went to boarding school and I went back kind barring newspaper after the news which which was really funny newspaper day was run by old decks fleet street sex ready out in Bahrain from the tech three money and and this alcohol I think but some they told me loss in we did start tone really old-fashioned tight writers. You put in to slips of paper carbon in between and then you've gone on the spy. Can they have a went down to the solves n-need Israeli intelligence had been done decades and uh-huh so that was in the mid eighties. I suppose in London at the time. Moore was busy getting rid of all out quite each time his bowl rain change is much a subway like to buy. One hundred haven't been back club ten years. Yes it is now. I mean I mean imagine the news desk technical because they buy everything in my that and it's just won't be cleaning shopping how it was a great introduction agendas and because it was they did have some great people oh then and then I went in a rental straight five is also as a journalist. I worked for a P. Australians Associative Press Muddle Dependable Telegraph in Sydney which was the tabloid paper full evolve leasing people as well and I did uh-huh. TV section is called the Green Guide. That's right. It was great. It was the heyday the ages Evans TV since aged since money down to Melvin third day for lunch room launch it was. I have a good time. It was flush with money. It was great fun. Royals coming to boil tolls and it was good. It was a great career it really was I had such fun and I stayed there five years mental. Can I make it back in London. Not always the feeling I think now that you can summarize but London's like predate ground I think in newspapers sunny Sydney literally had about Sydney Morning Herald Telegraph and the Australian which was a base newspaper but that was pretty much it hellos magazines but also for a big country is a very small place so I thought I'd go back to London and I got the job on today through the contact mine and was there for a few years down moping and that was that was good fun newspaper. We need today. So today was Britain's. First caller. Newspaper was launched coed show on it really in a way to move fast and break things it certainly gave colored newspapers for the it it the Shanti lasted another few years that mental to the mail and I think by the nineteen town because I think by then you know the the sort of roped has all the glory days had peaked and people were starting to buy few when he's papers so so it closed while I was on the nail are we willing conference and very few times as the topped on the door in her conference because it sort of and so Saddam came in said detain newspapers folded. Im pulled egg sausage efficiency and he was a brilliant editor. He said right. We're going to splash tomorrow and it's going to say well. Come today. Rita's anybody have sized one point five million of those ranges out there to be had in. That's his initial immediate. Reaction was the natural reaction yeah all of you read and so that was it was it was fun on the man it was really crawlspace ferry long hours on female as deputy editor in at nine and leave about ten tonight we're speaking before about how difficult is to leave in a newsroom in it. It really is an insurance anyway. In a position of being in charge. Gee You have to see the whole thing off and it is incredibly long days interspersed with terrible food. The loss of fundamental with female was a daily section and you know it was six days we really so there was a big section. Thursday and then the rest of the time main pulled kept increasing the amount of pages he gave us not autumn give to spreads everyday sometimes more. He always wants to think about seven o'clock at night. He'd say I'm stop for page. Three goat quite big OSC. He wanted something pitch a little colorful and in those days we will keep everything in one of those zip sort of like a zip file and have printed copy with the the actual photographs all in a nice little plastic zip file and we'd stole them the ones that could lost and so so we try and find them. I remember we once found a story. That was the case Derby. He could see his brilliant. It was when the river cafe you still amazing restaurant. They had a cookbook out and they one of the most popular things was this. Some chocolate. Nemesis was cold but it's quite twelve eggs and it didn't work. Nobody who tried the recipe could make it were so we did this whole store anyway the chocolate Nemesis Gate and love on page three months so it was always inevitably. What were you going to be all four. What would turn papering. C. Had a physical filed so he hasn't the case could be commissioned so more because there was a look I can say about my experience instead ideas where everything he didn't normally were they everything who would say. They'll say nothing if you can't don't make them what anyone come good idea. You have to make it work so we go great ideas. I made on finding patients on so many anything to be ticked off for to get into the file pages may doll Britain. Yes printed copy of thing and then pitches soon. I mean these were in the days before really anyone talk computers. We just used to scream as a in a it was just the next nextstep writer to check on the picture boy is coming through with any unwanted off the as a picture editor who would come in show as listening Sydney negative. Sometimes we actually go through. We get home alive. Folks like it was a long time. It really really wasn't they were doing that up until nineteen was the quickest way us by freshman the camera. I pick as uncalled forbid. If you mean easterlies question lot negatives Costas Fortune we always getting pills from his big picture exchange mail mail to still does now back then his pay exclusive photos which will bring the raiders yet we we didn't have so much the news picture desk some yes. I this before digital cameras say they hope to come in to develop your film then should they should have said it was awesome. It was quite laborious thing those. Ahah huge prize allies for great picture in those days I mean the Paparazzi made a lot of money especially out of the Princess Diana era. I was that the only factor that we we look very greedy differently now yeah but she must've been for for pages everyday really from the wedding from eighty one thousand people fascinated fascination lead never had anyone one like she was. She loved the major. She really ought to major events. Many people think but she really did she's to ring ring on people.

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"sunday times" Discussed on Freelance Pod

Freelance Pod

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Freelance Pod

"About ten thousand pound bunch of every Saturday to spend on one story so so Lydia went awesome and she became an artist and she can speak Russian so she ruled dressed up this whole invited fight people and she was busy hammering chicken into the walls and so it was natural exhibitions we push on this spoof exhibition people came to an eighth where she was and she have no artistic interesting but she splashed painter hello and welcome to free Chandra Chakrabarti all your highest freelance. 'til stories about creativity the digital revolution. I've been genesis thirteen years now. The pocus finale too so seen a lot of the changes that did did show is brought to the media trained people on how to deal with waste changes freelance juggle a number of jobs myself watching for different audiences audience's making audio teaching speaking presenting. It's a classic fading digital career in Egypt cited this podcast personally hustling brexit creative field. Tell me about how the Internet's transformed or invented that joke for twitter start curation to admit Abedin's podcast producer with a few pairs this from somebody who Charlie Brooker. We've been hearing brilliant stories about how the incidence revolutionized Greg and well. If you enjoy the PUCK calls please Lisi rates review and subscribe at Apple podcasts ten a friend to this house occupancy grow and that enables me keep making freons poach you can also sign up for the freedoms pod newsletter which comes every time there's a new episode which is about every week you can find the knees at Sa- Chandrika Dot sub stock dot Com Chandrika is spelt S. H. A. N. D. R. I K. A. So that's the Chandrika. DOT SUB STACKED DOT COM. The puck is also say show of course Nigerian of hearing from me so feel free to search you can find it on twitter at freelance underscore. Port underscore is on instagram at Freeport or Walmart is also facebook greet just search for free dollars. Put the PUCK goes isn't officially limited. You can find a meal. I'm SA- Chandrika Chakrabarti and I do share over juicy freelance pod content on that onto this week's guest best miss episode as being to Jackie Annersley. He's creative director so to says soda stands for School of the Digital Age H. and it's a startup curates. The Best of useful wearable and adorable technology for his readers Jackie also hosts their podcast which is called talk text me and Fem- as she also the interviewees what about the relationships their phone the guest was an Robinson. We slink fame and many other things really funny. I'm going to listen and come back and tell me if if you're working sweet peas I'm Jacky. UC writes a weekly newsletter for them as well speak to says dot com you can find a newsletter uh and or the Mazy curated pieces of taxes well before Jackie new details world. She worked newspapers for decades. Starting in the eighty s she began her career in Bahrain Australia and eventually made away to London. Choose one of the editors on the Daily Mail's female section the move jobs the evening standard half a decade and then Hurler straubing journalism was editing Sunday time stomach seen kind of an amazing job right motion washes in that job to columnists got together and she michiko costs from them. It was panned only cost and a columnist dependra Sykes Donahue. It's an is this Saturday familiar of they left the Sunday Times they went on to make which is one of those popular outlet Jackie's amazing stories oath breath how jainism words in an age and how it's changed during her career into something very digital and beyond that she's even even left journalism to go into tech so she's laser printing stories great advice and yes silently but she has to say.

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"sunday times" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"I Ford headlines from around the world and cross back out because we have very definitely. Thank you. President Trump says the US dollar is too strong on has taken a swipe at fed chair Jay pal as someone who quote likes rising interest rates rally in Maryland. The president said the US economy is doing well in spite of the actions of the central Bank saying I won't a strong dollar. But I wanted to all of that does great for our country, not a dollar that so strong, it makes it prohibitive for us to do business with other nations and take their business. Pro Brexit hardliners among Prime Minister, Theresa May's conservatives have outlined conditions supporting plan for leaving the European Union. That's according to the Sunday Times. It would be the clear sign yet. That they're prepared to fall into line and could open the door for the embattled British leader to win a Briggs outpost in parliament within days. The US says it's committed to making sure the South China Sea remains open to all kinds of navigation and that China does not pose a threat during a visit to the Philippines. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo said America will come to the defense. If it's forces aircraft or ships, come under armed attack in the South, China Sea, territorial disputes have been longtime issue between Washington and Beijing. Fabio Foxman has stepped down temporarily as the CEO of via like, that's the world's largest producer comes on the increase government scrutiny for failing to prevent a second deadly burst one of its hundreds of tidings Dan's in Brazil. Could we replaced by Eduardo Bartolomeo and executive director as interim? An Indian air force pilot captured by Pakistan has been released offering.

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"sunday times" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"A letter signed by Sainsbury's, Asda, McDonalds and other major food retailers and the Sunday Times reported the plans are in place for martial law. Including kudos to impose curfews training called the scape property and deployed the army in the event of no deal. It we should martial law and also no food and also A half. few. You know what I mean? I saw a brilliant books up with hot take on the street was like it would do this country. Good to have no food for over. I love it. And it's always like the. The people who have actually in the wall where they grew up hearing about it enough that I need to pretend that I had a leading role. Rationing because rushing went on freight. You remember my mom telling me, I was gonna nineteen fifties. The owned and they missed that too. It's really it's really telling isn't it. Right firstly on the food foot shortages, this was of course, immediately rubbished as project fear, but setting aside, whether there's anything new in it personally, I can't wait to watch Jacob reasonable cracking. Open a chain of whiskers. Where is this scourge? Impose coming from doesn't he goes pedigree? Well, of course, he would. But I'm hoping you'd have to have Whiskas. Why do we what is the appeal of suffering? This generation. Do they feel young people are the ones who are enjoying all the exotic food, and it's time they stopped it. What is it? I don't get it at all. The thing you should bring conscription back because it would sort things out. So we have conscription yourself. It's not that you came from generation that I kind of get everyone thinks whatever was the case in their childhood is the right thing to be happening in the future. I understand that. But it wasn't even that in their childhood. It wasn't let's basis from just mean in spite and jealousy could they possibly hate the you so much either that or they ever caught as a fucking pistons guys. Shit. Eyesight. The ever actually Johnny on the great, but I'm not found avocados. Well. I like genyk diet. So I don't I don't eat carbs. And I get my energy from fats and that sounds shit. It's great. I mean makes me feel good call make me feel like shit thing. Cravings. While you know, John talks forced by Marshall. Oh advice for next week. Is it a good time to bring in Doma jealous that I'm just going to Paris next week, and I can get older cheese and wine. I wall of very wonderful prize and heart. It's a few good. I can promise to bring you something. Just don't call me nego- macho. Let me speaking of that, Nina administer, yo German and French what do your friends and family make the this British obsession with the wall? Because even we're getting sick of it now. Yeah. I mean, they are bemused, and they do see, you know, Brexit as a huge, you know, kick in the head by shooting yourself in the foot, but I have to say that for all the kind of accusations of teutonic arrogance or the U is like Hitler. I saw something the other day which that Napoleon was tried to invade the UK that was the EU. I mean this upset he invented. Invented the idea that Hitler Napoleon and young Claude Juncker, and you know, Donnell twos coup is actually a freedom fighter behind the iron curtain, and you know, really put his own life at risk for by fighting for freedom and democracy. You know, when he's accused of being some kind of I left. Yeah. He's an amazing. I don't know. This kind of folk. Saying here suspicions of income. No. I actually like. But the point is going to make is that for all the kind of ridiculous historical second World War kind of comparisons. You see on the British side, actually, look at what the opinion papers. And what the politicians are saying on the European side. They have been very diplomatic when they're accused of being like Hitler like, okay. Well, that isn't a very nice thing to say. But you do we started this project for peace and prosperity..

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"sunday times" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"Like, sometimes you need to pick some things and stick with them and work on what you want. So I asked this on every episode, but what you're excited about coming up soon. I. Looking forward entering rosement pike L weekender where I know your speaking. I just watched her in a private war about Marie Colvin. The war correspondent for the Sunday Times. But who died in Syria in two thousand twelve that was really interesting and you'll highly website about them. We clear is incredible about. So there's lots of Marie Colvin. Content out that moment, and I have just finished writing a long form essay for an independent publisher. Call the pound project, which I'm really excited about offers writers opportunity to write anything they want that doesn't need a new Cirque and brings back the idea of paying for content and champions, independent publishers, which is good. I think about how long is that. It is six thousand words, and it has been a labor of love, and I have gone around in circles, and I'm just going to present it with all its imperfections. And I've learned lots from it Williams. Really great. Not it's nice not having to stick to an eight hundred word word count scourge of the didn't you say recently that you you over right? Like you right. Right. Right. And then edit down. Yeah. I'm always at the, Dan. Good problems have what rather than no. Because it just means Dolly, I have an expression on the highlight. Which is when one of us goes off on a tangent. We say you got out the waffle maker every episode when we editing down the waffle that one of the waffle maker says sometimes they're about Larry both of us can waffle for Baretta, I'll pull producer and then on a personal note. I'm looking forward to gain to Paris for my I think is my eighth year anniversary. Oh, my God you go. There you go the every creature of habit. Do you stay at the same hotel knows that different one every time. So it's my first ever baby free weekend. Actually, I've had won a wedding a friend's wedding. I'm really excited. I I tried. I got that real guilty. I took her almost everything I possibly could not weddings, which wasn't invited. But almost everything else. Snow, but never spend time away from if I could help it just because going combat to work soon after having her, and I really miss being in the baby bubble. But I think now she's ready to have. A weekend with her grandparents, and we can get drunk love it. We'll have an amazing time. Thank you. And thank you coming back on you should come on again in a year. I'd love just make thing. I love that. Big fan of control. Totally well, yellow trainers are always welcome in. My mustard must've, Aaron it's amazing so chambers podcast for the outfits in the curtains. Thank you so much. Thank you..

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"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

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04:17 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"That was an interesting. So we're coming to the end of this, but we managed to speak to writer, journalist and activist scholar Curtis about her new book feminist where peak and other lies that features a range of incredible women such as Adwa and akilah. Here's on what the F word means to them was the word feminism. Family says you wouldn't Rennes Pani. This is interview speaking scarlet Curtis how you doing? Good. How're you? Finding the best. I think. No, serious ready. Feels really different. I always of it this young people here now and a lot of light service events and more divestments, and I'm ready. So when you came loss, you how is it different? Now, your book is out so loss of what was it? Like a better. Michi hairs Hillary Clinton. Neil nut face it. He just cried the whole time. And then bought the same that she was wearing. Yeah. It's really weird. It's really surreal to be hey with an actual book, and he had just founding over other people. What was it like doing with your mom and your? 'cause I was going to you. It's pretty scary. My mom was she was unsafe shoes in the audience. I could hear it was quite funny because I could hear her laughing at things though what else is offering at. Okay. She just got that. It's funny. I was waiting. And I think because I felt I didn't want the oldest fill that. They hadn't like got the interview they wanted I want. In that. We just saw a father and doted chatting. But was good. And I found like kind of I always tease my dad about things that I think no good. And it was fun to chat about that. Yeah. Stuck where pain? Less about. From a super pink. Anna the lies. I keep hearing these tweaks that like, oh you put pink pink her you. Title. The whole title laced one. If a collection of essays by fifty two young women, what family means to them all the roads. He's going to this mazing charity gala and we've actually got loads. Four of the gut girls have written us into the book, my favorite he's in the book. And I think I've been working for the last four years and kind of feminist activism and different actress courses, and I really just wanted. If feels like the feminist movement now is entering this. Really incredible new phase, and I really wanted to create something that just captured all of that is definitely not like a house we feminist guy kind of a history of the movement. It's much more like how people feel about it. And why you might want to get involved. And how was it managing that many writers and putting this together just know all at Harvard is or the survey we ask our activists walking ties be like limca Somaliland at least with episode. And then you happy FASD to right like your she behind dead dying. I know that you're like ending if GM really center. Really late and everyone. Yeah. Me and my editor kind of pretending one cent pieces. It'd be like we've gotten the manuscript. It's great. It wasn't the loss day that we actually had there. It was amazing. It was really fun. And everyone something interesting about Austin with everyone, you know. Paintcare the lies in. It's kind of about the lies even talked about what it means if onus on the cover it say city where paying half on where makeup. Every time we asked about would Email back and say, I don't think I know enough of having to write about this. And this is even dedicate their lives to, you know, got issues women and girls, I think to me that emotions the.

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"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

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04:33 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Charlie. What kind of foods they had in that world? Great expectations candidate. Good as a scene in there with the feast. Christmas case. English exit. Take it with it was not having the food when it was still like in the Cheyenne like saying goes into the city or what he ate lower Windsor CSLR. Have a show Kula. I remember they just pay cards by that. There was a decoration of. That meeting. Find noticed. Dickens does that stuck with me a lot of his from eleven to characters with fold food. You know, the moral of a twisted stamp by five by the workhouse. Where's his benign catches, they feed that generous that welcoming that set setup for me, this this whole thing. Penetrators? Something that you saw was is was it division. The origins of things. Multiple. I have been very unhappy. At my my school. I was very dammit case huge huge pressure to do while. I think it was not terribly system school despite being go school very competitive. And I think I was probably quite a shine introspective child, and and it was just a business that brutal environment and perhaps in a similar school. I might have done better. I think sometimes anorexia comes about because you can't control your extent environment. I couldn't do anything about the school. So you can control that was crude I became more and more restricted and unfortunately spirals into illness. I wanna so we talk to the winnings. I wanted to often how about some people say that the good people should be told when something could potentially trigger them. But in over say, we're kind of like. Expose them to things that they need to get over. Cuddle argument. I think my fill of sad distressing tough thing. Morlet does help us understand them time to them and face them, more bravely. I think I I do find it hardly descriptions of other style. Vatian all hunger. But I think in some ways it makes you to read them and to be able to full with them. And I think trying to create a safety net trying to protect yourself. I'm actually doesn't make it makes but doesn't for example too much of this almost desensitizing, and then you end up walking into horrific situations over tax with the saying. As you if nothing else nothing wrong. I I mean my own issue. I get the more money, but too much of it. We just make it like anything else and student to understand that horrible things so horrible up to chew I think anymore. Probably have a sense of prevent to tragedy by shakes. You might have to brace out to me. I think it's true that somebody's you can. Ambush. I think enjoyed expect particularly horrible visceral grisly scene film. Oh, maybe film. And I think maybe sometimes not swear it comes into it. I remember being distressing film, requiem for a dream an something I wish I could unwash-. I have never seen. It was Turbie what on the plane. I remember thinking rates and the character died. But I think I sometimes e. It's a way of teaching you way, or limits on Amir. Rates and ours. You want to partake in? Yeah. I know now I don't watch films about drug addiction and sexual abuse. Relationship with food now..

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"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Just to see where I'm at before, you know, I'm editing everything in the past our great nothing's done when I was younger used to buy all these books how to write a novel. And it was like they said. We just gave us hold you up. So she had next. Well, right. So now, we have we spoke to the amazing Laura Freeman. She speaks about her latest novel the reading kill how books restored my appetite says why it's about McCovey thirty sensually, Laura talks about how reading helped her overcome anorexia, and we just spent around that and other books that have helped us, and I guess the purpose of books in a way. So this is what Laura had to say. I was one of the pledges doing these you're not spending time on your own many. Warfares I met my cake and young and Scott Curtis who is comparing and it just made them to share your sort of awfully Mururoa sees in the green room beforehand and then to chat about books on stage. Does it kind of like, you know, something say when you work don't talk about work, and then go Renta the writers into about writing too much marine today. Desperate for at. Because actually, we sit a layer in in your spare them do they by yourself and your chomping at two two other. My my says when he gets from the office, you'll Ukel expression on your face, and I'll take freshen I've talked to human being. When you do get like that. And so it is really joyous to come here into swap note. Was about today. I guess land. All awesome that you got from different prices. I can with you. The day today. I think we'll I'll panel was about books and mental health and the that helped us I think what was fascinating actually, how semi different sorts of books from memoir self help novels deponent's books of quotations in different ways to different people been incredibly comforting had offered solace sonny's, you can get into this mindset. You think will be only way to get myself veterans to read a sort of ten point self help book, actually, they're all sorts of different ways that you can be and he's firing. About. The reading care how restored my appetite. I'm interested. Speaks to the Cheltenham go. Really a memoir of having been very ill with anorexia as a teenager. But but really it's about recovery. And it's about the books. I read as I was getting better particular about reading wonderful, very appetizing. Tempting descriptions of food on the page, and that kind of giving me the courage to try them in your life. What is I guess? So I find that. Whenever I go and read books to get better. I all of a sudden, I always align books with the medicinal therapy. And I guess what tends to happen to me. Is when I when I'm feeding okay, go to books, and all of a sudden, I'm back in that malay- that down downtrodden, how do you ensure that you knew only reading books just for the sake of I guess getting better because then you might start comparing looking books as medicine. Away in a strange roundabout way, not to have done in English literature degree, but lots of writers will on. 'cause I think Nazi will get really ground on my kind of doing theory beginning to read only an analytical way here and because they did history of art. And actually when I come to it's not as a scholar. It's not as an academic just a reader. Never have for me that that sense of ligation rind pressure aids. Just escapism. Here's the thing. Which is by the end of my degree. I never want to see a painting again at about five years to kind of wanted to go to gallery. Did you ever? When the when I'm like low or something I think to myself killing me that's enough. Sometimes the worse did you ever pick up a book thing? This may help me in inches. We're talking a little bit on the panel books that we trigger warnings today..

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"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Chain to woman. Came if I did it too. Yeah. Oh. And more. The hardest thing I get on your Angie with regard to the Mike Terry. How you money once? Because I mean. Rices? But we I'm struggling with like a fine about five thousand today. And how did you keep that momentum? And how did you like how do you start your discipline? You get to the land. Well, I always had a baby measurement license went on working on a novel. Anyway, I can give it you have to have a special meeting after my five day two week after about a day minimum day. Day to day. And I have to cheat at what that. Is that how you maintain momentum? You mentioned video. Leg. It does take time. Always take. Yeah. So no news done holding. These thousand words today does not is just pure writing words. Do you ever like over yesterday at it? Not not include words. Special. Top thing state run. I'm eddie. This different to have count to let editing, but what I'm offering just getting out. Stop that. I might go about yesterday. And I just said it. Yeah. What do you want somebody who had reading ordinary people? Come out come out feeding. Very loaded question. Well, I think. My keep. Out feeling connection. Baby on Chinese with patents. Tonight. And I say like the to fail. Unspent? A different faculties of the men in the limit. About that. Unequal. Ten teams female. Enter faintly. What we have final questions. We have everyone cares now. Coming out for the little. Two questions. What does mission? I bobby. Morning. I get. On. If you if you. In meeting Michelle Obama's. Yes. Interested in reading what is that? Shutt- because see. She has incredible power. Into and she thinks manage to maintain. He she had. Managing. Thank goodness. All right, good. But then consider anytime. And that was dynamic. And so yes hundred minimum. She does each each day. But she doesn't thousand when she's in the writing phase. I don't know if I tried that once I tried two thousand thousand day full lack it's really hot before I'm peasant to do six hundreds. Evenings five hundred in the morning. Five hundred. Vibe in Kerala. Five thousand today FINA. Most of every Sunday ten thousand today in zone that was so tiring. Yes might but then I'll read it back. And I was like this is trash. Throw away. Like, it's the same point to right. And then as you right because that just becomes a Panish and do that will stop on this one chapter for months every time. I've thought something each day continue rising instead of just continuing where I've left off stopping beginning..

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"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Yeah. What if you guys on the panel? About. You talked about. With me for these people. I do. Motherhood. By the supernatural. Yeah. Walli? James to me. Give us an actor background about. What about this idea? Wave. People in about a couple in London. Spot relationships between couples one year, which is the year which elected Christians to eight and then it will selling that Michael Jackson, and it really just dissect the two different I should wanting impacted by of each child that fix imbalance infection between the man and the woman and then the others in. Took about how that. Way to die DEA come from was that just based on Twitter eight. Relate to that became the story. Things that inspire this story. I wanted to find that which I'm. I'm. And I'm there every day relied. I know wants to write a choice rate of London. Within that. More to mystic things. Mother heads. Women. I also wanted to watch I always tend to inflate some of the. I know..

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"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Situations. Our guys got fined nation. Doesn't. She is amazing. And she to me, so. Yeah, that's the sense. I get that. She and I am recused about how she came into that. Because it's not I don't think it says easy thing to be as it appears yen, particularly in that kind of very visible position. Yeah. Okay. I just wanted to ask what am. What what can we expect from you outside of the normal in terms of like the next year the next five years how have you developed as a writer? Do you feel and have you reached up? No, you're writing destination gold. Keeps over in reteach. I developed. I think I think I think I'm definitely better, right? You can always get icing. Yeah. Maybe silly. Because. I cringe at ever seen before. Now any this things. I think those good and I'm thinking there's other stuff. I'm like, really, really. So I think just awareness. They stare. Yeah. War. And also because. I've had the luxury of traveling and talking about the book and avenue the chance to just read a lot more than I have before. I'm gonna always loved to read, and I would always agreed of the past one year. Yeah. I could curate my beginning a very, very denigrate. What should you expect? Another no. Another addict, I'm working on. Yes. Yeah. Something. Well, we'll see. From show with. We will all be there. Fifty percents. Much. Thank you for having again locally. Maintenance that was fun out laris. I didn't even think I gave Alex time to I was so enormous. I was like listen, you can have your timing. After that. We went out like only one. Yeah. Sorry. I'm so sorry. I'm not. Off of that tool. We spoke for like an hour, forty five minutes. Just also I was just choose giving me so much writing advice. She's like hit me up. She. Will read anything you give me to send it. The way she writes. She's just like, it's a mess, which I right? Right. It's gonna be terrible. She's really around so chilled. But then yeah, we did speak to Diana Evans about her book. Ordinary people also spoke about how how writing pers was kind of like how? Again, was about like being us into shape about as telling us what we should be kind of emulating what they did. So his little chat with Diana Evans. All right. We have Diane Evans kid how you doing. How you find in the festival..

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"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"You stuck in a moment, you want counter to change transform. 'cause you wanna believe in change yourself comes almost like a religion story. And so yes, a lot of kids books. I was always a the match is full blown aggravate. So even leaving the house wasn't I good. We're in a small town, which culturally was sort of that we have bookshop nothing and always favorite person was literally stuck with the books. I had on my bedroom shelf. Okay. So I haven't question with regards to how to stop time. I read it. I think maybe three weeks here. Okay. There was a point where you described how the Alba's live very known time. What are? Not Alba's as show of albatross in the olden days, basically believed those ly- the albatross is were the most long lived out animals of it's not truly lives about sixty seventy in Hemans bet. Yes, Alba's is the name of people with this made up condition. Good on Jerry while you age seriously. So you know, you're gonna die. It's like. It is in albums time. They get to the point where time become. I'd like they they almost ner what's going to happen. And they have this point where they could see the pasta. Oh, yeah. Yes. And so when you set this point, I was like. Straight. Get that. Because I that was. Profound in a way because if you live for so long, you see the changing events in the reputation of history, and it isn't so the world out of skip the plane of preempt what is going to happen to other people into self. How this? I mean, I'm quite into science. I always someone who's rubbish science at school. I f and g CSC rubbish Trump. Read about our light my science. See almost proud of science. And I am Ben realize actually I am inside. I just had some really not very good plan stages. Yeah. I I love the idea in how university grain of if you understand something tiny little grain is payable here. You'll understand unit information in that. And I thought that's what we do physical space. You literally take a moment of time. And then. We literally, CEO Nye the future. If you actually had one hundred percent understanding any moment. And if you live a long time. You would have such a different understanding off time. And yeah, so it came from that. And I I would say illness thing because obviously mental illnesses about thing. And as he's about thing, but there's a moment when you saw recovering from the way, you feel more alert and in cheer with ever. And it's not wholly negative feeling because because you know, you're on this is kind of a franchise feeling the let. And I, and I I think I was thinking about that margining another had the feeling where. But even. Incredible. That whole concept the way you kept dementia. Mention that thank you. In plenty about the way, we interact to new social media. Yep. For listening like what kind of things are used to kind of help yourself and this. I mean. Spend some bit hypocritical. Yes, I use that law. I'm definitely not wagging fingers and telling anyone off door user says media million amazing beautiful wonderful things about being snapped. His great core causes is great. If if I've been ill in one thousand nine hundred nine another been able to get online and actually find some I fell off of any person in the world experiencing this great experiences. Great feeling less alone. Fill out about playing away. Good. Okay weather. Yeah. And. Bopping. None of this a really wear of it as a health issue. I think he's like ice cream. Then one would want to be told, oh, you can't eat ice cream that would kind of be sound a Saturday morning just having icing to six hours just having Ben and Jerry's would be a health concern, but we sort of scroll through Instagram and news and Twitter and everything else in emails and messages, two hours on end. And it doesn't make the spill at the end of that. You know, I feel like when I I can use such media in a way that makes me happy where you just go on you tweet something you share some e-content someone, and then you walk in this. Yeah. I'm you especially Twitter, you can find something to be offended by and have your day ruined within like five minutes. Damien Derek game. And he's talking about something that happened. Like, there was a piece of news..

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Mostly Lit Podcast

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Was great? Loads loads a wind. Understand. Ten flew off when we were trying to color van and they saw the answers will come invoice Russell's. Heiki dropped he dropped a one liner. And the. Ancestors strong. Yeah. It was good for us. It was good books. Obviously people love the wind wind free wine. People in residents led the people just they're they're just cool to see people that we took about just like standing next down Goodell shit, Richard. Richard. Coz, I couldn't believe it. I didn't even say sorry. Because also remember sending in the keys to get some food are sending aside way, the waitress to give something and he's behind me is like are you in the queue, and I'm not I'm just waiting. She says, I literally just standing here and other Mike. Because you love actually. The school is fine. What I'm going to shake off that term? It was really weird being in them being in that space. But yeah, it was really good to the festival events. Did you guys scout team like oh? Yeah. I did a tiny books into your passion in digital space. Something like that with. He did a savage reads. Youtube engine Campbell. Channel. That was chaired by Sarah Sheffi, and I was really interested in interest in is really dope. Everybody a lot to say about the books. They read when they grew up trial. I didn't do one. Yeah. It was it was fun. One. One because the material gave you. Rated rate. Good. Yes. I be. A panel. The man Booker child in mind Capanna, which essentially there was a series of books chosen published in the nineteen fifty eight and you have to defend the book championed. The booklet you would have liked to win should the manteca have existed in one thousand nine hundred and I had to champion January as things fall apart and she made light work with him. And it was fantastic. Great those love crowd listless Uva. Here's a very older. It was a mature. It was a mature crowd. Yes. When ages. Yes, we do have pension here with. But returned to. Hasn't yet? So that was really fun. And I got to reach. Morales we meeting and at the end, and I'll start with you before planning, and I was going in. I was like shit like this ending is dope. Actually, go the easiest to. Brexit. Tiffany's easily. Online and easily remind. Yeah, that was crazy. The bells heart because people are reading. Motoko right. Yeah. She she's right. He's a philosopher as well. So. I should read more stuff. You should read unto the net. Heaviness that I like Zadie Smith. I haven't read how work, but people just talk about so much, and they just so much description and shit that it's kind of like I don't want to read stuff because it's just so heavy noble. You definitely read under the net. And then read the the see to see which she actually won the, ma'am. All of that. Okay. To read those. Yeah. Anyway, I'm yeah. So far, I like kind of behind the scenes, look, we spoke to me, Matt Hague. Reasons to stay alive. How to stop time knows on another planet and yes have listened to the. Welcome. Good. I mean, it's incredibly windy day event. A panel of. Thought like it was the whole..

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Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"sunday times" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Story this the sunday times again is because deng arreckx clift the author of the actor he played harry potter is caught up in this on basle over luxury houseboats in chelsea um i just was caught by some of the numbers involved in this the all new development of of luxury house states in chelsea um but the not really boats as we would think of them at one of them has a three thousand four hundred square feet of internal flow space and they go for up to six million pounds home on the opposition is that there are a lot of people who live on the thames in but what get regular houseboat who are concerned that obviously jenfa caitian of the storage information as it it's it's it's it's it's funny my end of luxury eishin it's pretty pashtun us and anywhere apart from those find it amazing that when you down in this area on on on the thames and chelsea is beautiful in it's terribly luxuriance but at the end of the day you run to the bridge too going overseas a basically yo effectively sleeping on a boat underneath the main bridge yeah it's it's not why which he so what is the what is the concern about the the idea of a houseboats getting to push for woods while that the the people who already live that will got priced out on will be forced to make room for these super boats as they call them um but there's also a degree of of nimby azam of the people who live on the houses fat he said that views will be spoiled by luxury house bites how i'm not sure i mean they look at a beautiful picture that um they are quite nice and as a as a pitcher of harry potter uh with one expelling almost i don't really know why it's a story that he's involved in a except the he's famous and we'd like him though he'll rachel thank you very much indeed.

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