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"tower london" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"Into the thunder buns of hot dog club, and while you're on your way over, make sure you've subscribed this show on your tunes or spotify and rate and review I personally think the five star rating the most appropriate. But then again, I'm slightly biased as I know the guy who makes this show now that we've got that all sorted let's get into my chat with Dj Frat. Tony Marino. Southern Audio Crash House. which is into. He wins leave. Dear listeners brace yourself and brush your teeth because on this episode, I have the privilege of presenting a man who was a celebrated legendary, deejay a cornerstone of British queer culture and a true survivor who escaped the clutches of a terrifying an all consuming drug addiction that led him not only to homelessness. But also ill advised career as an amateur self treating dentist. Please put your hands together and join me and giving a warm and wet whimsically volatile. Welcome to my guest Dj. Fat Tony. Welcome. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for having me at your place. You're welcome. You're welcome. Love. It's my second visit to London and it just extended area today. Federal. broomsticks. Why how? It's stereotypical England, old London. Sure I. We're getting more of a taste of that this trip. I I hope anywhere. It's hard to get a sense London Kawai. Houses are. Like a so Georgian houses sure it's Amazing basements. Okay Yeah and I'm staying at a friend's and is Lincoln. That's nice. You get a total different flavors today. You know evening ten was like apart from the city of London is Lincoln the actual area was the first city outside London? No, I didn't know that. The like. We're talking Victoria like way back when the tower London sure. The Romans had the the London, they build a wall around London and then is town. Was Bill and it was kind of let the people that couldn't get into London. Okay. Stop off point for cattle and stuff. Sure. Okay. That's how is to create. Had A river that? The fleet which were under which is now. Why they built Fleet Street Oh okay. Late street on top of the river flea. Wow, that's amazing. I had no idea his..
"tower london" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"A big part of going to London is going to the Tower of London and You know there's the Jack The ripper night walk and there's all sorts of Dungeon museums in London and so on. When you go to the Tower of London I, think we get a romanticized look at maybe romanticize not quite the right word. But in your book in the Raven Master, you've made it. It. Clear. It's not as bloody as the Hollywood coverage. She said for nine hundred years. There were about eight thousand prisoners hundred and twenty executed and only six or executed inside the gates, and you said furthermore, torture was quite rare. Yeah. Absolutely. I think officially sanctioned by the King or Queen. Time any seventy eight people were officially sanctioned to be tortured at the TAB. London. I'm sure that there were more over the years, but officially any seventy eight. So really and truly the TAB London doesn't have that glaister outlook of people who were. Were tortured at the Tower of London. It's been synonymous with the story of being told over the years and I think Americans need to remember that in our society, the ultimate penalty is capital punishment. You are killed in the most humane way they can figure out. But in the old days, there were punishments worse than death, you could be killed slowly you could be killed quickly, you could be tortured first and then killed, and then you could be tortured I and killed slowly, and then the remains of your body could be humiliated all according. According to how bad your crime was absolutely the quickest way and the best way really to be executed that period of time was by the block ax, it was deemed to be a quick. But of course, we had people that were hung drawn and quartered burnt at the stake parts of their body parts dismembered. So there was all sorts of different ways to actually kill someone if you like, but at the tower tortures only ever really used to extract information than caused them pain with oh I think the to actually go together. I think so too. This has traveled rick. Steves we're talking with Christopher Scape and he writes the Raven Master, my life with the Ravens at the Tower of London and Christopher. In his function as Yeoman warder commonly called the beefeater. He's one of a team of guards and you give tours and you know it's expensive to go to the Tower Lennon I. think Typical tourist pays about forty dollars. The equivalent in British pounds to go to the tower flooded, and you're right there. You see the the brawl is thousands of people crowd to get in and frustrations, and also you see the people who really know. Know How to do it. Well, what tricks would you give visitors to visit the Tower of London because it's it's one of the must see sites and Lenin Them I've got to say how do you avoid the crowds? How do you get a good price on the ticket and what should your priorities be once you're there? Yeah, it is fairly expensive to come and see the tablet the wonderful thing about the have London's the fact that you can put your ticket online. There are plenty of discounts to get tickets online. So pre book beforehand to beat the cues come early or late on in the afternoon. Obviously this summer bumps are quite busy at the London. So that's you know if you're going to come join us on bumps and be prepared to queue footed wall to see the crown jewels. But I would say Book Online, book your tickets online, and come early in the morning and get to the tower. As soon as you can make your straight to the crown jewels go and see them first and then enjoy the rest of your day. You can actually go to the TAB. London spent all day long they're finding about. Stories Oh, you really can people don't realize. It's a collection of museums and I i. think that tip to go to the Gills. I is really important because you have the yeomen warders you and your partners that are dressed in all of your Regalia, and you're meeting people just inside the gate in every half hour, or so there's a tour going and that's worth I mean, if you're wondering forty dollars while you're tour alone is is worth half of that. It's just so entertaining and fun. You've got an amazing. Amazing collection of armor and armory into unlike the best I've seen in Britain, you've got some of the best Norman. Architecture in England remember Romanesque is called. Norman it's the architecture before Gothic and that Norman Chapel there is one of the most exquisite examples of Norman architecture. You can find in Britain and you've got the crown jewels and what you WanNa do is make a beeline for the crown jewels and then in my experience Christopher, you've got the moving sidewalk for a close up look as you go right by. By all the crown jewels, but then you can circle back and stand above and not be rushed, and you know the people in the moving sidewalk at the close up look. You can actually hang out with one of the guards talk about the Jolson and look at your leisure after you do the sliding sidewalk. That's still true. Yep, absolutely is, and if you come caught early in the morning, you can go around a couple of times around there to see it. There's obviously people that are working inside the house who. Who are the subject matter experts inside there? So you can speak to them and find out about all the crown jewels over gay. Yeah. They are displayed absolutely magnificently. There must see even if you have to queue to some to go in, just spend a little bit time. In that case, you get in Nancy the crown jewels do not leave the London without seeing them. So I would say the three things do you gotta do you gotTa take the borders tour? You GotTa hang out with you for how long? Long does the tour like forty, five minutes or something? Yes. It's about forty five minutes to an hour. Again, that's muster do that. You don't need to that I though I think you can go to the crown jewels first before the long crowded. It's like a Disney thing. You know there's a line outside, but then you get inside and there's still a long line. So there's a lot of people crowding into see the Joel so good there I take the warriors tour and then in the big white tower is the. The armory and it's just a first class museum about medieval warfare and so on. What is your tip for enjoying that the most it actually takes quite a long time Toco, round the Watterson, leave yourself plenty of time to see the south. London. Normally, the average amount of time that you need that minimum out time is about three hours just bear that in mind of course, I'm busy days it can be a little bit more than that. But to go and see the White Tower, it's absolutely shocked with. With arms and armor and is the line of Kings. there. Is King Henry, the APE Obama on the top floor of A-block, an axe that was the last block actually use. So it's got loads of stuff to actually go and see but going that the staff around there, asking questions about the history, there's also an audio guide, many different languages you can get, which gives a really good illustration as you're walking around the tower of what you can actually see in the stories behind the actual artifacts and do remember there. There are so many dimensions to the tower London. It's not like going to a single one hit site. It's a complex of sites and there's places to eat there, and there's activities in the courtyard were especially, if you have kids get to see reenactments and so on. From the Middle Ages, it's drift are really nicely presented bit of British culture. You know as a tourist, you go to the tar blended in. It's just you know open in the morning and then everybody crushes in there and it's just a historical. Theme Park and it's just a lot of fun, and then at the end of the day, you lock it up and what one hundred and twenty people actually call the tower home You've got a church service there. You've got your family there. What's it like you have a wife and a child that lives in the tower with you? Yeah. Of course, we have our doctrine site own chaplain the Yo mortars, and their families that live and work inside the walls have London, and of course, when the public leave in the. The evening time, the Tau then becomes is and ask more children. If we have any small children which we do, you know the Tau becomes their playground and you see them running around and playing on this scooters and their bikes, and it's just a wonderful atmosphere. We have a great community that we even have our own pub on site, which is very exclusive. You can only get an invite if you actually know a young water, but it hasn't nodes and lows of memorabilia in the war. That is cool. I'm going to put that. List. I. Want to go to the pub after hours in the tower London. You officially invited one thing we can do where we can feel kind of special is go to the changing of what is it called the changing of the keys the so many of the case. Yeah. Tell us about that. The so many cases the tradition has been going on. On Century on century and actually what it is the closing down of the top London, each night, and it takes place at ten pm and it's it's a system where soldiers come out, they guard the chief, your water as he goes around the tower clothes and all the gates. Many many years ago. We would be our show in lots of people that. That had no reason to be the tower outside of the town, just pushing them all.
"tower london" Discussed on Something Who
"Also a year since our first podcast is something who only feels like about twelve months fun but anyway down to business invasion of dinosaurs to start off with. So that's the one terrible puppets it. It's much more than that. Seasonal Evan is towards the end of put we written by Malcolm hoke directed by Patty Russell. And he's got some great elements in it. Desert City double agents an underground bunker joy. This was your pick. Do you want to tell us why you picked? I guess I pay it just because living in central London and occasionally cycling to Nydia abandoned Soup Marcus in the middle of the city in order to combine my mandatory exercise with getting shopping. I suddenly tower London one morning until plenty how this is just like invasion of doing so so that was yes. That was the inspiration. You can call it. That's very good so he wants to start off with some thoughts about invasion of the dinosaurs. I was going to be bursting things to say if it actually written notes. Dan Well was. I was very excited. It was much better than I remembered it. Being would have thought it was a tougher. I think even from the first time I think when I was younger the fan opinion we talked about these fan opinions before the gunfight has been the worst story ever and all that sort of thing I think it was very badly off but not not in my experience but this time I was very impressed with it. I'm not gonNA say anything about the Deserted London aspects. I'll just think as a six part doctor who stories one of the tightest I've seen. That's what I want to say. The six pounds have a reputation for being oddly constructed. Don't they tend to either a slump in the middle or of a bump at the beginning or end but here Malcolm Milk has a tendency for once? He's enough material to fill his six pounds. He's got more than he needs. Really any paces the mound he keeps bringing new ideas as we go along this Nonni Filler padding. None of this locking up running down corridors escaping getting captured again stuff. It's just the IT's mistress keeps adding new mistress rather than quick than souls. The existing ones are just clarity entertaining. Six hundred five minutes. So that's what I think. Andrew has low going for it. I think the thing that sticks in my mind the most is Mike. Yates because I think idleness guys fire saying that what happens to him and his Said that besides is the first time in the series really. We got a real genuine nasal surprising. Twist of carrots that we've known up until that point. Yeah so I think is multilayered in his characters. Definitely like three dimensional and probably one of the first examples you can think of index of a character going survey kind of if you like which continues into spiders too so for that. I think is very memorable analyze the setting of airy atmospheric and it sells the concept of deserted London. Well say goods thumbs up from me. I thought it was interesting. The monkey AIDS reveal is that it it works particularly well because we've known him for so long and it really pays off five years of this unit family by this point. I think some people start to criticize the coziness of the unit years. How so ill disciplined and longhaired compared to the season? Seven action heroics about because we've got to know these as people rather than just as soldiers employed devices it really does hit home. Doesn't at one. One of them turns out have opinions and moral conflates. I was going to ask. I mean it doesn't come out of nowhere for Michael. Has He shown these of instincts? Before I was thinking the green death would have been a good place from the surface. If he has shown any ecological tennis isn't even remember here says he's perennial full. Go almost isn't he's always get knocked out and captured and brainwashed in the green death and green surrounded by ecological issues so that some in full. That's in day the Dalai and he takes glass of wine from Joe Gras. Doesn't he sniffles down Bentsen sandwiches? Yes but I think people used you've reminder something that because I don't remember him commenting specifically on the logical side in the green tea especially sympathies with the people that are not Sanchez's this all joe grounds side of the story but people used to save fans used to read this as have his actions in invasion of dancers our follow on from him being brainwashed by the computer and green death. But I don't think there's any other any hints. Isn't anything remotely explicit about that? I think that left him properly. If he's someone's been brainwashed that might leave them susceptible to inferences and someone might have gotten inside his Hayden sold in this this golden future and the Golden Age. Yeah well maybe I think. Cheapens it to think that really. I think it's much better for him as a car to think. He actually may design decision and resigned. Reasons goal sauce sidetrack tool long oil. That operation goes age stuff. I think he did when it was first introduced in episode two and in fact that lamb going to mention is wrapping to the theme. He's commenting on how the deserted land in the deserted London sends birds. Nature's returning the birds nice and it's quite subtly written because if you don't know where it's going not is not a big Red Flag Mike. There's something up with Mike You. Yes interesting perspective. Well thoughtful intelligent chap and of course we're all thinking out of the moment we give them amount. I'm thinking perhaps Terrance dicks stuck something in one of his monster books or something like that or maybe one of the novelization to suggest a link up. I can't see that could could rather than being a complete invention by fans. Perhaps it's yeah from the Ansari Material. Yes it feels that the stick in the back of my mind that there was more of an expert link must base it from somewhere but as under says it. If it's there it's all I'd rather wasn't uses a blanket explanation for Mike. I'm much prefer the idea that he's the Daf. This wistful soul hiding down there. It's interesting to actually through the course of the story. He's dragged in in it bit by bit isn't I mean to start off with. He's he's acting from the best of motives and he's just disabling the thing to stop the the dinosaur being sent back then bit by bitty dragged further and further into the mire by by the other people in the organization. Tragic drama conflicts. Yeah I always enjoy what I saw this story when it was broadcast on one of my favorite memories was that Toronto source being chained down in the aircraft hangar and then Menacing Sarah and smashing the office that was that was really good that was very memorable and much better when you just saw parts of the dinosaurs them standing up along streets but the the. It's not too bad so if that if that doesn't stand up to screen there other things I don't know whether they called it this but the time scape is time effects those are very clever plenty of action and excitement and get cliffhangers and the one that really had much all the way through it was with anyone at the unit based. That's Wass Sarah Jane to make a couple of your cup of coffee. I mean the end. Dot operates today went around to tape. It is cracking. I'm list Sarah Jane Stories. Well she's really strong all the way throughout that story. Yeah she doesn't. She does a great job that scenes where she were like. You say whether t rex is is chain down house place. Wherever is that they were really well. Actually even though people titles pop shots they the parole dinosaurs universal Staff of like a line. That is clay's a playing in placing a game is well done. Let you say it would actually see pops of the dinosaurs. Glimpse Mino- muddling along but as style but yet it's basis and it just doesn't it. It just tells the story and he gets on with it and it's it's big involved which is good adults who is always good. They can bold. It doesn't always quite reach what is trying to do but in a way that doesn't matter because it's reaching for it could you couldn't revolt in save at the ambition. I think we can see why they thought it was worth to stab. This is the Dave Barry. Let's was impressed. With the drags and kind of isn't persuaded the you could scale it up to proper dinosaurs. It that's yes I think so. That means a battle the that he was sold on the idea that they can do. They can pull this off. But these aren't glove puppets knows. We're not quite sure. Maybe it wasn't the trashy but I mean it that could explain why it's not success per person. Really good at glove. Puppies told him. Yeah we can go down so the thing is you know. He's he's got his reputation but personally you know this Sunday of a dinosaur. I think the I think with the one exception is the THE EX. Yeah whereas vertical. When it's thing I think the so. Yeah it's pretty good to stay pretty good choice. Settles is a bit ropey but some but isn't it and and I was looking for this time because that's such a something you go into story knowing the direction with the problem and it seems to be worse constructed model. Maybe because it's more is being asked of it but it's less convincing the others. It just looks like it'd been made by somebody a competing person for who have made the most successful models isn't mentioned the fact that when they cut for the close up the second puppet the close ups of the head which is approximately a thousand times better than you and they use it so sparingly. It's what they go on on and on about the production problems but make the same mistakes every story doesn't it talk it normalization had those brilliant illustration so I think. La's fighting off. The PTERODACTYL disappointed the pterodactyl in in the workshop and then down in the cheap station. It just doesn't live up to those fantastic bit savant work either. Doesn't I was just GonNa say it's funny? There was some dietary choices that you would think when they knew what they were working with. Because it comes very close to you know. And there's always people fantasize occasionally we CG dinosaurs and so on and so forth. And I don't think it's necessarily I think the puppet stand up screeches most of them apart from oversee there have been changes in how we've seen daigneault's since since then and forty T. Rex has been the most effective of the one we get in here into his vow completely different creature from was via this stick. T-rex of nine hundred seventy three would have looked like but I do think there's some old chiles says we just see if you shot that slightly different. You could have avoided. That's awkward showing reason why we have to see the X. staggering to his feet as it were in other words being holed up. But by the potency of with the with the mets on whistle for the T rex. The Lawrence. Isn't it which not many other things in life to Well I still think they should have a go. It's improve the effects for the BLU. Ray they can scrape together some money. Somehow I think the last thing I heard anyone say into a carbon for when official said..
"tower london" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"And then you what do you got, man? I mean reward Amanda Nunez diseases is now going to pretty much have to fight you or concentrate, just on bantamweight and give up that belt. You know what I mean? It's a horrible world to have to defeat. Chris cyborg to get a title fight to have to fight a champion. When is our world existed? That is a nightmare. You're telling me my reward after I beat. Chris, I work to fight. Amanda noon is next on. Oh, well that's that's the fight game pretty much. But at least I didn't have to tell you, you gotta fight eight. You gotta fight beat. You gotta fight. See you gotta you gotta fight. E N, F, G O, and then Chris cyborg, followed by men. And that's how it is another division other business. Oh, stack that you got. Go through a gauntlet, the ladies divisions. Some of them are rather shallow. And so you can have these big fights right away. I the way she earned it. She seven to know. And she'd beat a quality opponent in Megan. Anderson couple of other fight bookings here. Andre feely we fighting shame and mariah's at UC Sacramento. That take that takes place on July thirteenth. All right by the weights. I've seen them both exciting fighters styles on fight to watch. But unfortunately, the common fan will be like hill. I've heard of feely who's the other guy. You know what I mean feelies out of the team, alpha male squad, and they're basing Sacramento. So that, that booking make sense, shame and came to find the last night. Yeah. Charlie ward. And Justin Moore has been added to the bell tower London lineup that like bell towards returning to London next month. The you know, those guys are really spread their wings over there in the UK and in Europe, then you also got a Livia OB in Marseilles versus Arman. Sarokin at UC to forty and Edmonton. All right. I mean I know he's the Canadian and I know he's pretty tough seven and four overall sorry in the UCLA four overall secretion is thirteen into overall, but he's Owen one in the read the lineup TD Jay's. Ashley, Evan Smith. Currently lives in Santa, Ana..
"tower london" Discussed on The MMA Beat
"You know, we obviously talk about Scott awesome failed of Reese, two world champions, from me as Norman from normal was reading again, unite. I really polished grappling performance from Norman, we'll get on course. And both yeah. Listen, they're doing great things went onto Martin loan days. What he's doing with promotion on my check and Macek, and you'll see a lot of ours funds go over from not a lot of polish community here in Orland as Sean will be there. Sean, Denny will certain of big, polish communities known on they no problems more or less last time as well. So the SE arena and Wembley, great stuff, great news. Ross Pearson, how to successful Boxing, Day, on Wednesday second round stoppage over seller king. There's been an addition to the bell tower London carrot. It's just and Berlin that, that undefeated prospect, he's gonna take on the Lewis and I believe that Fabian Edward seems to be saying he has a they're going out as well. Sold sold on Twitter saying that's interesting trying to sniff. Yeah. I mean it's yeah I'm looking forward to seeing who it is. I hope it someone decent. Yes. What were you going to where you're going to say? I didn't know Tyrone Spong boxing, that, just having a look rain today. And yet, he's twelve. No. Yeah. It was a boxer. Put him in there. World politics overshot, Evans is getting even there go piled to Roan Spong to. So he's the world WBZ Latino heavyweight champion. He's been. There you go. Yeah, exactly. But I'm on from Europe. We'll put him ROY. Cerna. Yes. They've a huge community actually in. We'll take that money. Yes. So let's get onto the force of you at a day with Leon Edwards Leon is pushing for that for you, as we say to bridge, the gap, he wants Robbie Lawler. He wants halfway although Sanyo's mine, just give them the fight. Give him where he give them a good fight. Come on. They get this is like the tour pot where we've been doing this. It's a joke and the UK finds began behind, and I feel like they did Joe any put out there to try and get to join a Robbie Lawler..
"tower london" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts
"Down from Idaho, says, hey, Kev, you're should've doing oppression. Yeah. Going from Idaho says he killed your Paul. Mccartney impression is really terrible. In fact. No because so's me Idaho, impression your Paul McCartney impression is really terrible. And therefore hysterical. I hope he stays around. The only one Dan you the only one Lisa from Edinburgh says you'd be I'm not doing any accents. It's offensive. Kevin stop it. Lisa from Edinburgh. Says you said you'd be revisiting the Enfield poltergeist awhile back any news on this. I believe said there is, but I will at some points do a longer episode on the infield poltergeist, but it's absolute to for anyone who wants to go back to Laura from London says she like another episode the tower London episode. Okay. Thank you for that. John from Detroit is not like minus three thousand choice of them in. Asks why some Becker bean on recently say must by Carol Sean and Ryan well because she doesn't like it coming on. She doesn't like she doesn't believe. I am going to get it on. I'm going to talk about that bloody tap not today. Maybe not tomorrow, but soon and for the rest of her life. Now, we will get back home. I don't know when but we will. And I'll have to sell. She's got fans maybe that appease. I got in touch on Twitter. And she says she didn't get them to this Email, then and she says she loves the show and doesn't want to come across like twats bought please, please. Please three please. Stop. Smacking your lips. How Rick how rule that's not route is not really what's what what is smoking. You don't even know is is it this. Do that allow? I apologize. It's not a conscious thing. I mean, you do it consciously. It's just a one. Then is it that replicated because it's I don't mean to okay, I'll try and be conscious of these smacks as power, and if a do it allergies. I can't stop them in advance. I'll try maybe I'll I'll not usually let an ado. Due to heart cost is gotta I he is dot gutter. Okay shock you had an English con. In her round, rancher aren't one gal young into gale stookey started on tank. You shar though that work, but I'll try so run Email in an Ron there on FRANZ in the world. Actually. Well, Ron Ron said he love love loved why people being three things three times beloved the hospital episode. And it reminds him of a scary story. He had about a hospital in there, which is going to type and send over. So we look forward to that. Thank you run. So that rupture for this resort. Do get in touch on Twitter at talk about goes or Email us talk about goes, hotmail dot com..
"tower london" Discussed on Analog(ue)
"But yeah they they will married in it wasn't in london it was in town called westminster note is tackled windsor west mrs london 'cause i have windsor yeah i've been to windsor castle and it's beautiful i've only been to legoland which is in windsor it is how i see this is what i don't understand so i have seen between you and jeremy and and your friend whom now claiming his mind matthew i've seen so many beautiful pictures of of that entire island at one point i think it was jeremy was in wales and i said oh my god the uk or no i said england is is not real and he corrected me and said well i'm not in england wales but be that as it may that will island it's not real it's not real life it can't be your castles in the middle of like modern cities you have i don't know railway like that that's why i don't necessarily go to place like winds up because yes it's a causal but like i have lived near a costco for my entire life that's tower london right so like just the idea of a cost was i mean windsor is a place it's like it's one of those places where in my mind i'm like oh go there one day right like everybody has these places in that town where it's like oh you know i will go there some point and i haven't been yet so it's like you know i'm sure that many towns of friends that i go to you end up going to places that you would never go to on your own wins one of those but yeah they got married in windsor in chapel that and of season they did the whole thing windsor castle and it was incredible i cried i was crying so much jesse yeah it was really bad because it was like a mix of things like.
"tower london" Discussed on Skullduggery
"They sort of at the end of the year the donald would decide how valuable they had been give them some money but there was it was an incentive to do good work and that was michael cohen's role and he had a very special focus in part because through marriage was was connected to the former soviet union on the former soviet union his wife is ukraine his wife as ukrainian yeah and he so michael cohen did this georgia deal the georgia deal was supposed to be the first of a string of deals michael cohen negotiated with kazakhstan for trump tower cousins done he obviously famously was part in worked with felix later on the trump tower moscow deal but it was a very grand plan that there would the plan is i understand it was because they couldn't get that trump tower moscow that the big man wanted so badly they're going to have this ring of like trump tower riga trump tower boku from tower to me trump tower to believe see trump tower astana in a venture ly all the places you want to go on places for like luxury you know you're never comes up trump tower london trump tower paris tower sydney never comes out why is that because he so this is a period that i'm talking about two thousand six ish to to i mean to two thousand sixteen let's say there is growing this this luxury five plus star markets people called six stars seven star market where the the competition is to be not just a fancy hotel that charges a lot but to really be the place where society gathers that's how you make a buck and there's no way that the trump hotel in london or paris is ever going to be that place but in in a straight business sense a sort of third tier market although in baku was never going to be lace either interestingly enough because baku does have a a ritz carlton and bunch of other fancy hotels but that's part of it the other part of it is.
"tower london" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"So why highland presumably everyone scarface top ten yeah but just doesn't feature very highly right but did you did you scarfing did yeah did quite lowdown ends list didn't vote for mission impossible so not because it's bad but because the ones more sorry in this game if opinions but come on no i i really like mission impossible i think it's a that's worthy it's worth at number five tom cruise sweet station does it does is really good i love mission comes to london comes to london in five as well five yeah yeah records record store then the endings in london right there along outside the tower london at the end that's right begins in london where he meets spring sean harris hallo ethan is number six probably when shot here for many months number four such a shame minor one is your number four carlito's way the reckon carlito pregant a film i deeply deeply love poor carlito how do we feel about that i'm happy with this it's it's quite far reaching film the sean penn characters in grand theft auto vice city courage basically meet a lawyer with a big permed hecker and so i mean it's reaches its cultural riches is quite impressive i'll be honest i don't think this is good scarface nothing's faces yeah i get your point you'd like kalita more than like on time and everything about scarface is big and brash memorable and kelly's ways is very good but i think it's a film that gets talked about a lot and thinking should be about scarface.
"tower london" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Be careful listen him at tower london school uh but you know it's a pretty good tour actually for your i mean it's tourists touristy but it's kinda cool the old tour'down printers row when you're in its hay day in london there were oil tell you 20 daily newspapers i mean that that's kinda cool i did that years ago yeah well young newspaper business debt i know it's sort of like now it's just a big museum allah it all like a building after building uh look at the pamphlet called the suntimes but that there's a laugh at do it's a fun play zone and he's you know got to walking of do all the theresa westminster abbey's beautiful big ben vic ban is right there right now the westminster parliament god there's a lot to see it's fun but the cool stuff is just going into the pods and getting a pint ill getting hammered men were taken the train in manchester saturday morning at is going to be awesome and then where you're sitting do you know where you're sitting in i know i going to pick up the tickets at the serb bobby charlton and of corner thereby charles charlton she got to find out where you're at you'd want wanna be wearing wrong callers who can we were we'll get the guy who guided ticket sent me a note no bul of any kind sir young are cheering for and unite in man united yeah yeah no blue of any kind because they'll tell you though kindly tell you to get the hell out of dodge they will not and said you will not that right do you like teams from ores forcing there's there's underway hosing team there is no way are all weifan sit francis was there i guess yeah they told us of you have blue eyes you will not be giving your tickets water how true so would see arsenal plan bought one of their us scarves put the arsenal thing but i had the bears jacket on because we're going to bears game lereia days they said do not mess around about it so kenner playing stark in.
"tower london" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"We were playing at some term brie and so i am i have the roy lose and and and andrew holds a thirty foot park think across the 14th cleanup standard of my arms in the air and my manager amama god no he cohesion high cahuna so i'm screaming a very good i hit another secret i should do they have a non suites in the tower of london it has occurred going to be locked of executive i use its roller you're not guides the town and so i don't know if this is a real secret but apparently they thought if they captured hitler they were going to bring him back to the tire london and they is that there is a cell in the tower london which is on sweet for hitler i believe as one of my who knows this as a twostorey ever it's a good and then if you answered yes yesterday did now okay does your family call you sir nick faldo does your wife call you sir nick luck now it does have a wife said that that doesn't happen um now of course it goes without no nobody has to say sip blood tony we didn't have well tony only call you serve before abetted an gymnasts does yo you can earn as yet who has technically that is my official tighten we are all spy a government to uphold traditions of our countries cu admitted that that you know it was says starts in in in phnom thirteen fifty seven that's not two minutes to three for unum scum is okay tumor since her tune is to to their team be in the wind get if his sally saudi dolars moons ago so i think that's i'm i'm honored the i'm of uh blue asked to uphold our traditions a year and it is sore eye in komi snake you want you can colmey me snake little little combination of the two lire again i like a we're going to uh jim.
"tower london" Discussed on This is Rammy - the podcast about Ramsbottom, its residents and businesses.
"You did the lotos northern ireland so we started to sort of on the army patches that's what i grew up in a play rugby of power levels in terms of personality in subs of you you know know you know you you you know you're disciplined you book hards you live an active lifestyle when i was young the idea of rolling around in in the woods for the gun as i got older lights that factor i could spend the idea of spending all they're going to be playing rugby or i'm going to be jumping voting rapid voting around it would so i'm to be doing so courses on going to be physically active to keep in shape and then also because madonna's my hero and i was idea like the idea of gotten gun day not just sounded radio painting what i did i did those things potentially joseph minimization visitors sponsored by his old richmond rosement mcphee's fillets have meetings making the tower london to decide what we have is going to go to universe and read history i'll absolutely fucking time to my levels go to is in a bay in my marx thought yeah saying that was done boxed off easy okay recap the actual swarmed did into will left with with with with two season the day i wasn't getting into western university three fucking thing land on history and so my my critical took a big saugus i saw it i want to say i wouldn't sell africa my gap year with with one of my oldest powell's.
"tower london" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"That it that is very few of us always always raining 'cause like even the one thing i think of that is in its favour is that james bond movies which have a history of setting themselves in only the most amazing locations all the time have started to be in london a lot because it's become a it's always been an interesting city but especially more and more now lakefront from bloctobloc it's totally different there will be something from the sixteen hundreds next to a giant skyscraper in canary wharf and they're turning london and to a setting that they feel is fantastic for james bond but you remind me that almost all the time when they're there it still gray and raining like there's always that raining thing in movies in london it's like that though it out movies in london ban at tower of london at south like i wish i don't wish but like i think it'd be cool if there is like a futuristic movie sat in london where like the tower in london is like actually functioning away east do again because at oh locked up late medieval torture yeah wrote a tower london and itself i just had this strange fascination because there's some fucked up stories yes all ron's i at the top yes have it we had yeah people through their windows when that even reminds me a better children of man when the the whole city but especially when he's in that archive of the arts and he to have all of the the and they have gernika and pink floyd all just hold up in battersea and it's such a distinctive crazy wait a use what was just a perfectly nice power station in the city but i don't want to just be all about one and all the time like new york is also a big john repair house lay that probably camping ord either esa you have gangsters stuff.
"tower london" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A m on wednesday that were watching a very slow moving warm front that will bring rounds of showers and thunderstorms listen heavy downpours possible low of sixty eight degrees expect rainfall amounts between one and two inches what higher amounts possible in some of those lome living storms on wednesday mostly cloudy very warm and thicky was showers and storms likely as a cold front swings across the area specially john evening some of those navy and the strong to severe and with a high of eighty eight degrees on thursday a shower early that will at the end that will become mostly to partly cloudy temperatures and the humidity will be falling throughout the afternoon with a high of seventy seven for friday mostly sunny a pleasant seventy eight saturday partly cloudy north humid with apnea chance for some showers and storms and a high of eighty two i'm meterologist jesse recap what this wanting forecast on wtmj the barometer steady the lake michigan water temperatures sixty seven in madison it's eighty three degrees in green bay eighty six in waukesha eighty two in milwaukee is seventy seven degrees johnson's afternoon news on news radio 620 wtmj a couple of notes in history from this day on this date in 1859 one hundred fifty eight years ago londoners heard this for the first time the great bell inside the clock tower london's parliament building chine for the very first time one hundred fifty eight years ago today also on this day in history nineteen seventy seven forty years ago at the white house president carter awarded the medal of freedom posthumously to the reverend martin luther king junior his widow coretta scott king thanked the president it is highly significant that you mr president i white donna would become the first american president to recognize the importance of martin luther king junior antabuse him we are following breaking news this afternoon it involves a police chase started in waukesha stop sticks any interstate a naked man with a gun trying to enter an arbi's in johnston creek shot by police we've got the very latest for you and you'll hear a witness to that carjacking coming up in about seven minutes under wtmj please are scheduled to hold a news conference at five o'clock we'll try to bring that to you live greg matsick sports up next it's taco tuesday at the amazing mineshaft restaurant big tacos just the.
"tower london" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Want meghan have an emerald ring because he's a number ring gates got the blue ring then they both i have mentioned anti gemstone rates i just wanted to have a big diamond other so many big diamonds in that tower london and just go grab one i dislike the jusco grandma without a princess diana fashion added her teerah was from her family in his like family five hundred years he was incredible there's so much wealth back in those days how people would be them would be in diamonds into keep them safe they would set them in neck closer tearing them i learned that watching rain mary queen of scots that's how they kept the jewelry gate why think they also told us that when we toured the tower of london a also told us when we went to the lady di exam etter they that's all yeah that's what they would do right yeah totally brad pitt and seal a miller couldn't keep their hands off another the glastonbury music i lorries buying into this one hook line in sink yeah i i'm having i'm holding back a little bit to fling it is as its of lang it's a bridge it's going to be messy and it will be entertaining and um you know he's also got elle mcpherson possibly juggling her in la and in the meantime his policy on human wanna say were you just yeah i know where he's having coffee yes i can just to pine sick tom yeah and i think the kids were with him in uk were angie was traveling in kenya all you do i really do and you may do and personally i think that you know he might be even trying to like it look at me and over here look i'm albina when a bagel her the i pee when a bag alassio to recall her gentleman orange she's twenty six and darren neuronal skis 48 they're still doing strong they are they respond to that a nobu in malibu and i don't like this coupled together at all he's too old for her um he's like forty eight and she's like twenty.
"tower london" Discussed on World News This Week
"Then with the crowd on the edge of violence nulla to know what the local imam intervene by god's grace we manage this around him and to protect him from any harm police arrive and take him away ease identified as darren osborne a 47yearold father of four living in way at least eleven injured in the attack one dead on the scene we now know the cause of the deadly apartment fire in london that killed dozens of people including children the item that went up causing at least seventy nine deaths a hot point fridgefreezer at scotland yard detective superintendent fianna mccormack we know this fire wasn't south teats deliberately army died that the free trade that in a small task never been subject to put a brake referral fat attacks our guiding on that french antifactory says it's working with the authorities to obtain access to the appliance so that it could assist with the ongoing analysis the specific model was produced between two thousand six and nine term rivers abc news london the blaze also being blamed on the material casing used in the tower london metropolitan police superintendent fianna mccormick says samples of insulation taken from the building failed fire test telomeres half inflation from post collected from cremefilled tower site that like thayn after the test staff officials say some six hundred other buildings in london could also have the material it's the worst naval disaster in years seven american sailors have died as a result of a collision between a nine thousand tonne navy destroyer and a thirty thousand tonne philippine cargoship abc's mecca been on the disaster abc news has learned that you assess fitzgerald captain was asleep in his cabin.
"tower london" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)
"From his article untac crunch apple just built the a our industries shovel now all you have to do is decide where to dig yeah uh that that's pretty exciting yeah so let our people adopting he had already besides i mean i kid did but who is like are we going to see a million aps in five minutes uh now well when when high less alert fifth or you're going to see a million pokemon cologne's in five minutes the first the minute that i arrived but after but at at our look out i'm looking for the person who dressed has his brilliant idea they're they're brilliant man or woman they just art brilliant about a are but now apple has made them a are brilliant and so if they wanna make this app that will put hang a mural anywhere you wanted to go or just going to make my favorite by forever conjecture is the idea of walking through london and saying oguguo going the tower london that say well or future on this a our app where we will put you where you are standing right now the way it would have been when was an active prison for upscale neighborhood british for throaty and just turn around and look at nope that that's new awhile oh my god there's like lions and bears and a and a duck over there the in cages what's that all about just the idea that as things that can be done with someone's imagination and apple will bring the api for for the guy name kutty brown made a demo they are kit and created a this is a widowmaker one of the characters from over watch in his house including by the way fog and lighting effects uh that's terrifying uh and he like on the five lille they have people who've just use the unity or the three d at monreale engine to me amazing games on the vialli like a lightsaber simulator just one person made it or that i forget that him that dungeon dragons game but there are amazing and because of the tools they can make these games and this this is giving them the tools imagine playing over watch.