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"For full. Go to Burlington dot com To find your store. Burlington Love the deals. I'm Greg Rice on 10 10 wins Now the 10 10 win. Zach You Weather four day forecast Here's meteorologist carries within Hammer. Lauren for warm afternoon clouds and a few sunny breaks the high getting up to 71 this afternoon clouds will thicken tonight. It'll be a mild night, but there is a five developing late below 62. Some low clouds and fun to start the day tomorrow. Partly sunny with a nice afternoon. The high 74 not bad on Friday of the cooler, though getting up to 68 with limited sunshine and then clouds could break for a little sun on Saturday, a warm day for late October with a high of 71. 66 partly sunny in Central Park Community 87% the winds south seven miles an hour 66 going up to 71 in midtown on AccuWeather Meteorologist carry shredded Hammer on New York's weather station 10 10 Wins wins News Time 1 53 Written recently put strict new Covina restrictions in place, but in some areas it's causing division and confusion that includes for folks in one fishing villas. Staves on the North Yorkshire coast has a narrow river running through it. One side is under tear to restrictions, which forbidden door mixing between households. The other side is still tear one meaning people can still mingle in cafes and bars. Not that I think we're here. Three retail on this side of the water one. They're the lucky ones. More than 11 million Brits are already living under the highest tier three restrictions, and many more are expected to join them soon. Correspondent Vicki Barker reporting another round of talks planned today between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. This is what House chief.
Fresh update on "yorkshire" discussed on The Briefing
"Hello. I'm Chris Price with the briefing from the Telegraph. It's Wednesday August, the twenty first, and there's been a breakthrough in the brexit trade talks. So. Michel Barnier is expected to come to. London. As early as tomorrow to resume full trade talks in after the two sides finally reached a breakthrough Downing Street's confirmed the negotiations will resume. Later this week comes off the Moncia Bonnier said a free trade deal was within reach in a conciliatory speech to the European. Parliament today James Crisp and Golden. Raina have the latest. Meanwhile, the US ambassador to the UK said he's concerned a trade deal with America could be scuppered. Elite letters reveal his worries emanate from the UK's proposed first sales ban committee Tony has the details. After the protracted saga that led to Manchester being placed under tier three corona virus restrictions us than day. Later it was revealed South Yorkshire will also be put into the cuff toughest covid measures from Saturday talks in tyneside and Tees Valley have been paused amid signs. Progress progresses being made in controlling the spread of covid nineteen coronavirus. Live blog has the latest. And after Andy Burnham's high profile battle with the government of the introduction of the tier three measures in Manchester. Tom Harris examines where the we're seeing the third coming off the Labor politician. And the Duke of Cambridge visited the role Malzahn Hospital in Surrey where he acknowledged the unimaginable challenges faced by cancer patients and specialists this year, it comes thirty years after his mother Diana Princess of Wales Lay Ceremonial Foundation Stone to commemorate the building of the Chelsea winger at the Rome ouston in. London. Along with all that you can read con. Coughlin on why Donald Trump go down in history as a revolutionary leader on the global stage and Tanya. Gold, says, Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca was perfect and asks one Netflix's felt entitled to update it that set your up to date..
Fresh update on "yorkshire" discussed on Balance of Power
"Virus restrictions. Speaking in London, Prime Minister Johnson said he is focused on local restrictions as opposed to a national locked out. So that we all particularly those regions, But, alas, on the tier three restrictions, all the regions of the country found spat strongly together. Restrictions on South Yorkshire come a day after the prime minister imposed similar measures on Greater Manchester following the breakdown of talks with local leaders over the scale of financial assistance. Canadian lawmakers are considering the creation of a special committee to investigate potential misuse of covert 19 spending. That's prompted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to threaten a snap election. I'm Minister, Trudeau could face a backlash from Canadians who are suffering through a second wave of covert 19 and may have little patience for political infighting. Copen 19 has taken a well documented toll on the education of America's Children, but experts say it also poses a threat to their nutrition. In a typical year, the government helps feed almost 30 million students a day or about one in two. Now.
Fresh update on "yorkshire" discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Podcast. John Connolly I'm joined today by James. And Katie balls. Burst Johnson probably wasn't expecting the easiest time at em cues after Manchester was forced into tier three yesterday and parts of Yorkshire also moved into Tier Three today James Stars of today. How did he get on and do you think kissed make enough political capital over that today? One of the rules of accusers that whatever it is, we think is going to be a big moment one leader or other is hugely on the bat for it turns out whoever underwhelming and that was very true today kissed armor decides GonNa. Being kind lay down a marker for the future by saying essentially, how do these places get out of tear free lockdown but I think if you will clipping cues for the six o'clock news, which is essentially the way in which PM communicates itself to voters if it's all. You'll be struggling for a moment of drama. There's probably can a more parliamentary drama coming up later on today with the votes on free school meals, for example, but by new had in that PM session now I mean the question. Ost. Is Not wrong. which is you know what is the way these places? Got It free I think Bortles Emphasize Nubia Review every twenty eight days. Francois discussing extending the state of emergency until February. Many. Many people that places who get out of here free certainly this Christmas and you know what we decided at the end of the winter or not is debatable too. But I think given how difficult today it was for Boris Johnson yesterday. I. Mean they will be very relieved. RPM went as things mentions cares was pressing Pashtuns down how you leave tae three ellison is a bit like a lockdown skeptic position for a bit. Katie? Do you think that's what he was he was elaborating though is it think part of the reason it didn't feel like the big moment. Even as they portions master in the back there, and I think why do pitch a heat and is on the back foot when you look at the difficulties, regional lockdowns, but in terms of PM used it and it was because. Kiss consign lockdown skeptic one cooling. National. Ambient brief one. So therefore, I think going to query the system and Ukraine Tiffany, which is the strictest measures you explain why you dating the strictures of Tiffany will act. We know you question the government's approach yet. You think it's going to work on a national scale and I don't think he did that thirty enough and that's partly because of the format promises questions. Perhaps he has a great element to put forward but I think it didn't Mansa clearly and I think that we saw last week kissed on. Taking a different position of from the government, which is a very clear position for the first time not just you should be better at this. What things then necessarily going today, and now there is a dividing line and I think that has been good for kids to degree Stephanie Chid Labor MP's up, they support him on this I. Think he was differing previously but also does come risk because we know his position now it means if you want to point out other things I think you've got to connect everything..
Fresh update on "yorkshire" discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"The problem Andy Burnham is repeatedly pointed to is that that scheme is lot lot less generous than the furlough that we had earlier in the year that the protected more people's wages isn't it for this has been anti bonus points. You know he keeps referring back to your governments. During dependent, we'll do whatever it takes to make sure nobody suffers because they're forced into into lockdown or the company that worked for closes but the furlough scheme as it was paid eight percents of wages and this current job support scheme pay sixty, seven percent administers point again, and again, people can also get universal credit top, which means they might get. This is very, very complicated. Depends how many children got depends. Also of the factors overseas, we know universal credit is not the easiest thing in a will to claim and the kind of view the metro particularly anti Bernie's the if you off for the reach into shot businesses and freelancers and people dozed off, Baustoffe taxi drivers lose their incomes then they did basically guarantee. Exactly Peter, we saw South Yorkshire. This morning has agreed to go under tier three restrictions there. The next domino to fall as it were, do you think others also will will now strike an agreement because? It's not clear that Andy Burnham it's got very much more of his heroic standard it if anything good for number ten has come the last kind of ten days off Taos. It could put some of the other metro ask other regions off from picking fight like this because I think the cut line descend that don extreme wanted to make sure everybody was the same basic deal would be on every single region but the contract into that is to if they wanted people to know that they have not just had these endless secretive talks but maybe gone to parliament said, okay. If it reaching goes into tier three, they will get x million pounds as a proportion of what their population is and just made it obvious and that point is taking a long time to be made that certainly would have been a lot simpler for all of us and we saw. This Week Peter the Welsh first minister took the plunge on something. Johnson. Seems dead set against a temporary national circuit breaker. The rules are very tough on they. They really really ought to I mean in many ways it's like going back to original watch lockdown except the schools universities going be a open and this is really really interesting in the sense that you're in the same way that Mazlan Burnham getting a lot more kind of natural from Indi- in being able to fight that Conan the developed nations to I mean the longer depend on it goes on the more differences there are and in terms of you know the United Kingdom, it's quite strange because people in Wales Dole Marlins got. Guessing born for us to kind of living on different rules and we've also got in a way a controlled experiment..
Diana Rigg, 'Game of Thrones' and 'The Avengers' star, dies at 82
"Diana Rigg, known most recently for playing lady Aleta, Toral on game of Thrones has died of cancer dragon names through the dirt put us in our place. It's um rest there. You look appalling Rig became a style icon in the sixties while playing secret agent appeal in the TV series The Avengers. She was a stage and screen star who won Tonys Emmys. And Baftas in 2018 rigs. Spoke to CBS is Anthony Mason. Were you confident as an actress in the beginning? Never. Never. No, you see, I came from a Yorkshire family and compliments work. Never given Their way of loving you is telling you what was wrong with you. Diana Rigg was 82
This Am a Minstrel Stereotype, Right?
"From New York City this is Lexicon Valley. A podcast about language I'm John Mc, water and this week you know what I'm going to do frankly what I usually do, which is just bring you in what was I thinking about over the past week or two? And it was a bunch of things but I happened to be revising an academic paper that I'm writing and that paper happens to be about black English I don't usually do those but I mean exception with this one because it's a topic that really grabs me and you know when deciding what to do the show about I thought you know I'm going to do what I'm thinking about I. Don't WanNa, do it about Comma Harris or something like that I'm not. Sure. What I could get out of that I wanNA do me and so I'm gonNA share with you some stuff about the always fascinating dialect of American English black. English. It's called by academics usually. African American vernacular English but I have a hard time saying that so we're just going to call it black English and we're GONNA, look at it from various angles that I have been sitting around laying around still in semi quarantine these days and one of the things is. GonNa be the lost. Am That's what my papers about, and this is something that I've brought up on this show before, and that is the question as to whether actual black. American people ever as linguists call it over generalized an in two persons and numbers beyond where it would go and standard English and so for example, I'll tell you I am a person but in characters of black speech back in the day, the idea was that black people used am with all. Pronouns, and so you am this he am that we and the other thing that's something associated with minstrel shows and comic strips, and you would think you would quite reasonably think that that's something that white performers made up as a way of making fun of black people. That's what I thought for a very long time. But after a while various indications seem to suggest to me that actually wait a minute black people did once us am in a different way than mainstream. English does, and of course, it wasn't all black people but there have always been different ways of speaking even here in America and it seemed to me that well, you know as I'm always telling all of you language always changes and black English is no exception and so it seemed to me maybe actually the minstrels overdid it they were characterizing but maybe there was that different usage of an because all these things seemed indicated and in a show that I did. Probably back in about nineteen forty seven remember when I used to be sponsored by kraft macaroni and cheese way back. Then I said that one evidence of this is that there are vernacular British dialects. The US am in just that way you am we am the black country in Britain is sometimes called the people who are the Yam yams and what they mean by that is that they say you am saw gave you some evidence of that but that was that was. Back right after the Second World War and so what about newer evidence? Well, first of all, what do I mean by this as you might call it over generalized am well, here is one of the latest examples of it in pop culture. This is a highly insignificant. Hollywood. Cartoon from the studio that gave us such indelible characterizations as Casper, the friendly ghost and Herman and Catnip who were about the closest thing in real life to itchy and scratchy on the simpsons in. Any case, one of their other indelible characters was buzzy the Crow Buzzy. The Crow was supposed to clearly supposed to be this this black American little character remember the Dumbo crows while Buzzy was an extension of that, and so buzzy uses reflections of the old minstrel dialect. This is a cartoon called no IFS ands or buts, but spelled with two t's it's about smoking and this is what buzzy says about a cat who seems to have a smoking addiction listened closely. Tobacco smoking. To know. That Cat am Am Can am smokin fiend. Okay. So that's the character. But what's interesting is how often you see black American people depicted as speaking that way in many sources that you might think of authoritative and I have something even better than this is going to build up to a big fine. We're we're circling in. We're we're about to find the real thing but some other stuff. That I've found. So for example, there is a novel written by a Black Man, very conscious as we used to say black man eighteen, ninety, nine it's called imperium in Imperio, and the guy's name is Sutton griggs and for whatever it's worth his father was a Georgia slave. So Sutton griggs eighteen nine, he's post emancipation but he would have heard authentic black speech, the speech of. People who were denied education and what's interesting is that in one of his novels he is writing in very serious vain. We would today call him a black nationalist and he has seen where there's a black mother who is being humiliated by a racist white schoolteacher and she's trying to present her child and defend her child and what she says, and this is a black. Writer of black nationalist stamp who grew up with a father who had been at slave and not in New York City but in Georgia so we're talking about wear black English really arose and I WANNA say throws but that's not the were because it's thrived and so he has the mother saying about her child her son, his name and Belton Piedmont arteries, granddaddy arteries after so. Not His name is built in Piedmont his name and Belton Piedmont and she's a character of dignity. His name in Belton Piedmont not is built in Piedmont am. Arteries. granddaddy. What's Ardour ardor is after and shows how authentic this depiction of speech is in that we know that not only black people but also again regional vernacular speaking British people used arter and explains that problem with Jack and Jill. So Jack and Jill went up the hill to get a pail of water jack fell down and broke his Crown Jill. Came Tumbling after what the Hell is. That is that the best they can do of course, not it was Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling out. After, because, after can become after. After that is the way many people in for example, Yorkshire still say after October it's dialectal after and so they're always many people who said after and he came here and often they were either slave owners or they worked alongside slaves and so early biking, which has
"yorkshire" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Against women and Sutcliffe himself attested that he believed many of his victims had taunted or slighted him in some way before he attacked. sutcliffe would do his best to plead diminished responsibility due to schizophrenia. But in nineteen eighty one, the Yorkshire ripper was sentenced to twenty consecutive life sentences..
Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater
"In July of Nineteen, ninety-one things looked promising verizon year old Julie Dodd. bobbly spirited teenager with wavy brown hair and a smile she had recently finished high school, and was hoping to fulfil locked long dream of joining Britain's armed forces. Julie had grown up in late the largest city in the northern English county of West. Yo Shaw where she still lived with her mother. On Tuesday July, nine, nineteen, ninety-one Julie, spent the day with her boyfriend twenty year all Dominick Nari who lived in the nearby suburb of gitten. At six o'clock in the evening, the couple went to dominique sister rose's house where Julie helped prepare meal of Roast, Lamb and Yorkshire Pudding. After They Dayton, Juliet excused herself to start not shift at the hospital where she'd recently started working as an orderly. At seven forty five PM. She cased Dominic Goodbye and departed wearing a black skirt with a pink and black jacket. At, nine Peon Julie Find Dominique to say she would be working until eleven thirty PM and would then return to her Gnheim. Dominique noticed that there appeared to be music. Playing in the background is though Julie were calling from a POB. Two days past and dominate could didn't hear from Julie. Then on the morning of fraud. Agent Lights Twelve. He received an unexpected visit from his sister rose, who had found a handwritten envelope addressed to hin amongst her male. There was a letter inside written in Julie's handwriting which read. Dominic helped me plays of Ben. Kidnapped and obeying held as a personal security until next Monday night. Please go until my mom straightaway. Love you so much, dominic? Mom find the police stride away and helped me. Have not eaten anything, but I'll have offered food. Feeling a bit sick, but on drinking two cups of Tape Day. Mum Dominic. Help me. Love You all? Julie. Upon rating the letter Dominic Cold Julie's mother. Lynn Dodd to rush Daiva to rate it for herself. She noticed that despite being pending Julie's handwriting, some of the woods and freising didn't Santa luck daughter at all. More IVA lean couldn't understand why Julie would be abducted and held for ransom. Has Family had little money? Lynn immediately called the police to report her daughter missing and gave them the lead off. Police began looking into JULIE'S LAV Born on March one, nineteen, seventy three, Julie Anne Dodd, was the first chart of Lin and Alec Hill who went on to have a son named poll two years later. When Julie was four years old. Alex left his young family and in Nineteen, seventy, eight Lynn remarried and electrician named a and dot. The Julianne poll what close to their stepfather? Calling Him Dad and adopting he surname? Lin and day in separated when Julie was sixteen years old, but a in maintained a relationship with these stepchildren. Although Julie was brought. She wasn't a dedicated student and instead preferred to focus on her athletic abilities. A talented Rana. She participated in school and county competitions, accumulating a number of trophies, which her mother proudly displayed in the family In her spare Don Julie locked, socializing dancing and performing Karaoke with her friends. While she was still at school. She go to Tom Job at a cafe, which was wish she met Dominique a CO worker, who was two years her senior. They dated for three years, and when Julie was just seventeen, they became engaged.
North Sea US jet crash: Pilot found dead
"Rescuers have recovered the body of a US Air Force fighter pilot who crashed into the North Sea near the coast of the world's Kristen and. The pilot of an F fifteen eagle was on a routine training mission near Suffolk England when the jet plunged into the sea at nine forty. A M on Monday. The cause of the crash wasn't clear. The fighter jet was flying out of Royal Air Force Lake in Heath the base about eighty miles northeast of London host the US Air Force's forty eight th fighter wing. The British Coast Guard recovered. The pilots remains hours after locating the wreckage of the fighter jet off the Yorkshire Coast the Pentagon did not immediately release. The name of the Servicemember killed pending notification of family
Boris Johnson returns to work
"Now we begin the show here. In Britain. Boris Johnson has returned to work after recovering from cove nineteen. The British. Prime Minister's illness was severe enough to send him to intensive care for several days. A personal experience that he likes to being physically assaulted by an unexpected. An invisible mugger. Joining me now is Carol. Walker is a political analyst and former BBC political correspondent Carol. What else was Johnson keen to emphasize in his first speech since his return to work? Well I think the big point that he was making was that he was back in control fully recovered and I think he was trying very hard to convey the sense of figure and vm optimism which has always been such a big part of his character and his leadership but he also I think trod very difficult line because I think whilst he was trying to convey a sense of optimism a sense that this huge effort that everyone has put in in order to stick to those very tight restrictions at staying at home to try to prevent the spread of the corona virus. He also I think wanted to try to lower expectations about when and by how much those restrictions might be lifted so he made the point very strongly that the British people should be praised and thanked for their efforts but he was insisting that if the restrictions were lifted too soon than that would reach a second peak and that would cause further damage to people's lives but also to the economy which of course is suffering enormous damage through the lockdown. Well also joining us on the line is Lance Price. He's the former director of communications at number ten Downing Street. When Tony Blair was Prime Minister Lance? Obviously there'll be a huge amount of meetings. We know that that Cobra's already taken place with Johnson. What do you believe the government will be discussing know? What will the approach very much now looking to what Boris Johnson yesterday described the second phase of the crisis and and in many ways. That's the most difficult for ministers to deal with. We know that Boris Johnson was reluctant at the outset to impose a tough lockdown restrictions. But he saw the lights. If you like and and eventually did that. But it's it's much harder to stop to lift those restrictions and it is imposed them in the first place. Because you have to decide when and where you could modify the restrictions and that's going to be the central parts of discussion between ministers in the coming days and we're told an announcement some sort expected before the end of the week. So do you look at certain sectors of the economy that businesses? That were allowed to reopen. Or do you look at certain sectors of the population and say that's an age perhaps though geographically people can Stop to Mingle goal go out more and have more social interactions of one sort or another. I do you do that then. You have the really difficult job of selling that to the to the population at laws. Because if we're all following the same rules that's one thing if there's some rules for some people and different bills for others. It's much much harder self administered Carol. There's been a lot of criticism that the government really isn't sharing any of this information not enough information with the Public Johnson to talk about transparency. Do you think that we will begin to see more of the workings in the science that these decisions will be based on what I think? They will certainly try to make an effort to show that that is what they are doing. I think what we've seen over the last almost four weeks since Boris Johnson has been ill and recovering is the slight sense of vacuum and a government that was reluctant to show even the sorts of changes that it was thinking about for fear that the public would get carried away launch latch onto that and that the number of deaths in the number of infections would not then start to come round. It was interesting that Boris Johnson yesterday made the point that he was going to bring in the new labor leaders. A Kiss Donna and other political leaders I think that is important for the government because it wants to try to bind in potential opposition to the changes because as long says this is going to be very very difficult were already seeing a some signs of real resentment for example amongst the over seventy been told that they're going to have to be shielded that they brought to stay at home. There are of course some over seventy year olds who are incredibly. Fit Run marathons and so on and feel this all patry decision to say to older people. You are at risk you must stay at home is simply not fair and many of them we know are also missing contact with close members of their family that may be one of the areas where the government will try tentatively to try to ease the restrictions somewhat. But I think that point that Lance was making about the public is a very important one. I think the government really wants to try to take the public with it. The danger is if you start trying to say certain. Sections of the population can Now have greater freedom to do some of the things that they enjoy doing to make contact with other family members to go back to work and so on whereas other members of the population were you. Divide that by age or by geographical location cannot have those restrictions lifted lifted. I think that is very very difficult to sell. And that is why it looks to me. More likely that they will look at areas of the economy businesses. And so on and look which of those can be allowed to reopen. Whilst retaining the social distancing measures in order to try to at least contain any increase in those figures on infections sadly death lance is the opposition Labor Party under the new leadership of Sakir Stammer on the same page as the government. Well they all in the sense of backing the government's restrictions and instructions to the public but they have been putting pressure kissed on the right from day one of his leadership. Say there's been saying to the Prime Minister and two other ministers that you've got to be much more open with the public about your thinking. So he called on his first day for an exit strategy and he won't he's had the public deserve to be treated like grownups on that we should be told what the possible routes out of. This might be so that we can have a grown up discussion about that. I and I think the Labour leader has made it clear that he's going to give constructive oppositions he's not going to oppose parole position's sake but he does know that at the end of all. They are going to be very very difficult. Questions for the government to onset of ministers to answer whether it's on the provisional protective equipment so testing and all the rest of this and and he's not abdicate the role of opposition in order to get finished as a a a free ride in even in the depths of crisis A meanwhile the the daily corona virus briefings continue but with a slightly different formats. Carola government's not taking questions from the public will make a difference. Well I think this is part of that effort to try to show that they are transparent this effort to try to show that they really want to take the public along with them as this virus continues and as the restrictions look likely to continue in some form or another for many months to yesterday. We had the first of questions which are submitted by the public of course. Thousands were submitted and there was an independent polling order organization brought in to choose which question would be selected. We heard from one a citizen in skipped in Yorkshire. Who was asking when she'd be able to see her grandchildren again. And I think that although this was an important gesture towards allowing the public some sense that they're having a say in all this it has to be said that none of those present were able to give her any kind of clear ideas to win. That would happen. The scientists world saying well it slightly depends on the fingers. It's slightly depends on a when those infection rate start. Continue to come down. The government was saying well. We are looking at this in the round. We don't want to take risks with the population hancock. The Health Secretary was insisting that he didn't want to take risks with people's lives and yes I think it's important for the government to be seen to be listening to what the people are saying but the crunch point is going to come when it comes out with those decisions to what if anything is going to change and we see the response to that I mean because he made a handcart made a great point yesterday of saying that they don't see questions before they're actually asked them during the the briefing live. It would seem to me. That might make more sense for them to have an idea of what the questions were so they would have the answers. Yeah perhaps they might have been able to give linen skipped in a bit clearer answer to her question but I think they're trying to make the point that they already unprepared to take on an address any of the questions that people have now. There is a sense that this is a gesture. One question Once a day two a government minister the particularly government minister who is holding that news conference Easily of course a very limited say in what is happening. But I think this is part of them trying to show that they're open trying to demonstrate the transparency which Boris Johnson was very keen to talk about. And what you've seen is as launch was mentioning this pressure on the government to show the sorts of things it's talking about people have drawn comparisons with Nichola Sturgeon Scotland's first minister who put out a document about the government's approach. When you look through it to be perfectly honest didn't say a great deal more than the sort of information that we've got in the five tests which the government has in the covering the whole of the UK has set out which are getting guide it when it decides water win restrictions can be lifted but she had made the point of bringing out a lengthy document talking about various options. And I'm sure that that is the sort of thing that we certainly will see As we go through this we we know. Boris Johnson is chairing unimportant cabinet meeting on Thursday. We know Thursday is also very important date when the government has said that it hopes to hit one hundred thousand tests a day for frontline workers. Those are all being targeted front line workers. At the moment even yesterday was still many tens of thousands of that but I think what we get towards the end of the week the government will want to at least signal where it intends to go next in as we continue to where it tends to go next in terms of exactly which restrictions are going to be lifted. Who's going to be allowed to have those greater freedoms but I think that they will stress out all of this that if those infection rates start to climb up again then there is always the risk that the restrictions will simply have to be reimposed and overriding all of this. That is something that the government does not want to do lance just finally very quickly from you. How much other businesses being done? Brexit Brexit is still carrying on. Of course there's the real question about whether or not at the end of the period should be extended because can you deal with two major disruptions to the economy at one time but the government sticking to their line that they are going into. We'll transition has come to an end at the end of this year. Of course there is a whole boss range of other business which is still very home and sometimes the news but I wonder what would have been that bulletin. If you haven't been to the virus there's no still happening. Thanks very much. Indeed that was launched price and Carol
"yorkshire" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK
"Peter Cliff. No doubt was following the progressive the murders that we have received a lot of press and television coverage at the time and quite cunningly sought at vary his method of attack to frustrate the police really so although there were similarities in most murders there were differences to frustrate the police even further partway through the inquiry. The police started to receive whether address to the assistant. Chief Constable George Oldfield letters purporting to be from the orchard ripper. An eventually tape recordings were sent on the tapes. He was toned in the place saying that they weren't very good at the jobs and the boys will let him down and clearly on the tape. The voice that was heard was not of a West Yorkshire accent. Whatever Georgia accent? The North East of England. Recall this very well. Because in the late seventies I was a serving officer and when you went onto the CAD. You had to go on a training course. And I went to. They won which was at that time in Wakefield clearly in the West Yorkshire area where all these attacks were taking place George L. Field under their offices gave lectures to the students of which hours one way played the tape and it was clearly geordie accent and he told us that time that he believed quite firmly that the first nude written letters sent the tape was the Yorkshire Ripper as result of his conclusions and other senior officers involved from there on after two. They decided that could eliminate any suspects by the mere fact they didn't have a Geordie accent and sadly this was a a drastic mistake. Because as we know the Yorkshire ripper lived in West Yorkshire in hot a West Yorkshire accent so the latter's and I think they were three letters and one tape there were hoax and that hoax became known as wayside. Jack yes it was a many years later in the actual author of the letters and the tape was actually arrested. Wasn't it that's right. His name was John Samuel Humble and he was arrested in two thousand and five after a fragment of one of the envelopes in which one of the latter's was was mailed to West Yorkshire Police and they extracted the DNA and it was identified that the DNA was from John Samuel Humble he was subsequently arrested and charged with four cancer of perverting the course of justice and subsequently he that he had sent the letters and the tape and he was sentenced to eight years in prison. Predispo- cliff was arrested on the second of January nineteen eighty-one in the Sheffield area. He was observed by a sergeant and a young constable to be innovative medical late at night in a known prostitute area. The sergeant was school in the young copper in the ways of police in and they just happened to pass by this vehicle was suspicious and checks on. It decided that the vehicle possibly was stolen which resulted N. P. to soak cliff being arrested and detained at that time and subsequently the inquiry developed any was found out to be the auction ripper which resulted in his appearance at court. So what's actually happened to? Were Peter Sutcliffe. In one thousand nine hundred one well. He was sent for trial. He pleaded not guilty to thirty murders and seven attempt murders and that was on the grounds of diminished responsibility. In Layman's terms. That means that it was suffering from an abnormality of Mental Fulton. Shinhan in other words didn't really know what it was doing The jewelry weren't convinced by that defense to these heinous crimes and they found him guilty. He was subsequently sentenced to twenty life sentences that was made into a whole life order back in twenty ten and that basically means life means life and he remains in prison today so in this episode where only rarely looking at p. two so cliff in relation to the Wendy Sewell Murder. But just on that broad brush of his offenses. I think there are other episodes which we could do in relation to P to so cliff and the his life crimes. Yes I think the Yorkshire Ripper. Inquiry with cliff is is massive. I mean five years. Thirty murders seven attempted murders and as we have learned. This probably many more crimes. He hasn't been convicted of. I think we in the future. We ought to have a look at this and compiling investigational of our own. Do you think I think it certainly it. Certainly worthy of some indepth revere but for this purpose of our Podcast today we're going to look at the suspected connection of the orchestra with Wendy Sewell. Aren't we saw and to that end? Who Do we need to talk to? I think I don't know Chris Clark and Tim Tate. Maximum enquiries and safe we can Have talked to them. And if they will help us with our investigations into the Wendy soul murder and see.
Cuomo says he will speak with Trump about testing capacity when they meet
"In return to Yorkshire beginning much greater testing capacity more from Glenn Schuck in mid town this morning during this meeting governor Cuomo of telling the president he wants to double the number of tests that are done in the state each day from twenty thousand to forty thousand he realizes it is ambitious but he wants the federal government to get behind it it will take several weeks at best this is an enormous undertaking to go from twenty to forty I remember it took has taken us over one month to get to where we are today the president governor both saying the meeting was positive and they agreed on other issues Vesta Andrew if we could bring the comfort back to its base in Virginia so that we can have it for other locations and he said we would be able to do that Javits center is been a great help to them so as the comfort ship will head back to port in Virginia soon this morning here at the park central on Seventh Avenue busloads of doctors and nurses that are working around the clock to help us here in New York we'll get a hero's police escort as they head out of
"If you're not familiar with Clavier mini-armada this is a wonderful species. That's native to Southern Africa and their members of the Amer relived. Aca family. That's the Lilly family with strap. Like leaves and Gorgeous. Lily like flowers that are usually orange but come in a radio collar three to read rusty reg yellow. And there's also some with variegated leaves for you variation fans out there and as to the clavier debate. Well they were named after lady Clive. Who was the granddaughter of Robert Clive and Clive of India? So I guess officially it should be Clavier but Steve from implant center and I both ATV so. You're just going to have to deal with that if you happen. To be a proponent of Clavier Steve Hickman is part of a family run. Nursery called the whole implant center in South Yorkshire in the UK and this interview was recorded before lockdown happen so there may be some references to flower shows which normally at this time of year. Steve would be attending with his plants. But of course that's all been curtailed for the moment but that just put it into context as to why that might be mentioned in this episode. Now Steve as well as being an expert and one of the premier breeders of clears in the UK. He's also an expert breeder of Agatha this to bake and narrowings so didn't check out their website something for the Garden Dot Co dot UK which is got loads of information on growing all of these plans including clears and really is a great resource. I'll put some inks in the show notes so you can take a look at that over to Steve to kick us off with some fron tastic useful information about growing these beautiful flooring house plants and he starts buying explaining exactly what court about clears in the first place where first of all we started and we still do A. I'm a few years ago. They outcomes has changed families into Morella. Deysi which covers the cliff is is not to go into the May. Tens of this society amid other girl was principally a guy called Mike Jeans who was then national collection holder and from talking with him and saying the clippers and the fantastic amount to call us. That are available now. Such as Reds Brahms's yellows petits Greens and pinks and from tastic by colours. It really attracted me. I The ship of the leaves like some shape. It's exactly like the ACA pompous impressive with not in flower because of the array of different flower. Colours just fantastic just mind blowing. Libya's went out saying for a long time. Steve Do you think they coming back in fashion? It's a traditional Victorian plot. You say parents and grandparents used to have them up. They used to have they asked pedestrians manly the vote in the oranges and occasionally the yellows but these days like I say these different colors our community the ball and what we're doing to encourage people to start growing With exhibiting clippers at The larger richest flower shows which is Chelsea Chatsworth. Where LAST YEAR? We did it for the first time in the Pavilion Chelsea and we at to get the gold medal along with the pumped exhibits as well so people say all these new fantastic colors for the first time and people with play Orange One Sort of increase in the collections. I think we are always going to be suckers for all those new and interesting plants safe more generally. What are the basic catastrophically? These I think quite tough floods are they. You have Roy of an easy to grow so stopped up in February. If you've clavier in a container they only liked to be repoted every now and again just like yoga from the same family. The lie of the rose to become jested so once. You've you plant in. Say six to eight inch. Container is happy for three. Maybe four years in that same content. Now let style February you start watering the clavier once a week or once a four not just keep it moist but you do start to feed the clear. Once every two weeks and the reason he stopped feeding now become apparent. Sort of later on you do this. Roy through the season about September. Now if you've never wall broom the clavier will start to flower. Send the flower up through the leaves early January February even a little bit early. If it's a really warm room if you keep it nice and cool which we try and do the flower. Later in the season surrender may June time. So You keep watering you. Enjoy the flower ridden. If you pollinate the flowers with a cotton bud In the morning or evening you get seedpods form in which I'll talk about lead but the most important thing to keep flowering every year is the do like a cold spell so when the danger cross gone sort of June two you can take it outside onto the shade of a tree or a shady part of your Patio Conservatory and leave it there while end of walk. Tober bring it in. Just before the frost or alternatively you can keep it in your house while the September implicit outside September October so it gets not Eight to ten week chill sets the board in the base of the plant for flower in the following spring. Now you can't live is fairly dry over winter. So December January you keep it on the dry side not bone dry but dry. That's the rest in period And brings you into February. You start watering and keeping it moist you feed once a fortnight the fade then brings the flower up through the leaves and the flowers normally just held above the leaves. If you don't say it correctly the flower often stays in the central Rosette delays. And you don't really see it so the cold spell. In the autumn. The dry over interest impaired undefeated wants all night. It keeps you plumbed health and on the issue of fertilizer. What what do you recommend Of The freeway recommend Is is sort of general feed but we have especially speed that we use we do. It is available on our website and the flower shows a mouse. Eighteen twelve eighteen. It's not jim loaf law phosphates and high potash dot keet plums hoppy right the way
Licorice: A Dark and Salty Stranger
"YEP TURNS OUT. There is such a thing as liquorice plant. Somebody just came across it. I've got some liquorice plants. A local person and they they were left from original liquorice gas. Which is what you call a plant. Tina licorice is is called a goth. They had some left probably about eighty plants so so in their back garden they wanting to develop their back garden. Basically we pick them up at the end of the year. Just like the the routes it just looked like dried roots and bought them back and planted them here in. What was really quite close to the car park at that stage then. My brother-in-law managed to dig them up when he was excavating. The COP at somebody went too far. Fortunately the licorice survived no word. On the brother-in-law Heather moved it to a safer location. But the challenges were not over at the mishap. We had which were didn't have a clue about not documented anywhere. We've discovered ourselves. That rabbits love licorice roots so they would come in in the spring and they keep digging up and chewing the bottom of the licorice root. So that's a new one. We do have to electric fence. It keep the rabbits outsmart rabbits. The roots are what we particularly loved to. It usually takes about five years for those licorice roots to grow big enough for a first harvest so after five years heather decided to check it out and see how they're liquorice was doing so we dug a little trench and found a licorice root which is episode exciting. So I've never actually seen a proper licorice roots and we were able to each it initially from the field and it was quite translucent in color at that stage and when we actually eight it was always like a a very clear honey type saps it came out of it and it was super super sweet but really strong off the of more of an aniseed flavour than you would have with licorice also type sweets. Another is sweet. It's a different suites. Like honey sweet. As opposed to sugar sweet. This does not sound at all like the kind of licorice. I'm used to the squeegee. Black stuff you buy a pick a mix but the other thing. That sort of confusing is what is liquorice doing growing in Yorkshire. You Buy Licorice in England. I know that from when I was a kid but growing it there. It grows in hot countries at the present day. We get all licorice from Turkey. Iran Iraq it grows in Mediterranean countries. It grows in Italy India Syria China Southern Europe. Carol Wilson is a food writer. Who's written a lot of books including one called liquorice? A Cookbook and Yorkshire is not a whole country. I went to university there and I swear I didn't take off my jumper fit three years. You can keep your sweater on because we will be heading back to Yorkshire but Carroll says in the wild and hot countries licorice is a shrub that grows like a weed but today when it's cozy base at his Co. face mainly for its roots although all the parts of the plant can actually be eaten. You can eat shoots. You can use the leaves to make a tea but its roots the to the most most important par and those routes have been grown and harvested by humans. Going all the way back to ancient history. The earliest mention of licorice is on an Syrian clay tablet from the seventh century. B. C. E. Licorice is being used for thousands of years advocates. Main use was at the Medicine Carroll says it was thought to strengthen the immune system and it was used as a remedy for coughs and colts. Licorice is also mentioned in the oldest Chinese Book of
Ruminating on Food
"We start with an interview. Anthony Davis now guest today on the sustainable futures report you'll the CEO of big bomb which is a not for profit organization which is being trading for some twenty years. As I understand that your role is to encourage healthy eating and sustainable agriculture correct. So how do you do that? Well we when I first set up. I'm a fifth generation farmer and set up the side. Because we were growing onions in Norfolk at them. Every time we went to sell them we could get about one hundred pounds a tonne and two days later. We'd see the onions on the TESCO shelved for about eight hundred pounds a tonne Food supply chain has is giving as Dale and consumes about Dale because If anyone turned out femme Australians we'd be happy to sell them off the process signet so the big bomb is all about reconnecting. People buy that through came from at helping to sell directing consumers by right and we're hoping that process that people would find us about three day on eight health late because they buy fresh local food. You've been doing quantitative what with schools leave. That's right we say that To change people to cooking and buying food we really need to act on the influences and we say the main influences as children because if you can get children eighteen lane that parents wanting healthy fade away. It'll encourage parents to eat better food as well. So what you're doing with the children in the schools well we ran a project in Leicester where we went in every week to help the kid. Some grow seats In plant pulse and that we built some raise bets implanted fruit trees and these children lentil about growing food and when it was ready they were really enthused to taste it and Actually Cook with it and we had this added incentives that they could then take. Will they'd grown to the local shop and the local shop and sell it for them and says cool crop for the shop and it was really brilliant way of introducing children about food and growing only plans to roll it out further into other schools across the country. We absolutely love to because We Got Twenty six thousand schools in this country and we found out that fourteen thousand of them will go to veg. Patch and a m Or Garden as would actually quite easy the mold getting both but unfortunately it's not on the curriculum and at the end of the year with the School Esta. We went to the teacher. Teaching nights as the VEGGIE PATCH. We managed to get a lot of them. Academic Subjects Fetch. So are you going to do it? And she said On anything what's on the creation and unfortunately waving running petition for a long time about getting school food growing grant and cookie on the curriculum and The the government with allstate only measure scope foments on a level massive English and. That's a big mistake. So we all lobbying and we'd love to do more but we're restricted by government mind. That's a dead end for the moment. Unfortunately them while there is a new food and farming policy coming out at the moment and being worked on and we hope that with the evidence week with another number of other organizations that it will change and the government will say the opportunity. Because if you can if you can change able to eat healthy food I think at the moment. Twenty percent of energy as spend is on food related disease so we can get paid eighteen healthy food and if we get infants at school eating healthy food we could see some massive savings Indiana chess. I just told me that again. Twenty percent direction of. Nhs expenditure is on food related disease. Yeah and I think ten percent diabetes and the rest is Be St in Hop. Z's and Allah food related problems. So Yeah Yeah. That's a lot can be done. And I think the time is ripe with Brexit and with people about mole and with the The massive amounts of food aid programs on TV like Brexit. To this will start thinking about whether food comes from and We have kind of news of out sanctions and import duties on some products. Hopefully things like Kim American. None cheap food chlorinated chicken and processed pool come from low animal welfare factories in America said that they will be on. The tariffs kept type thing. Yeah okay Ob some GT but Mr Trump doesn't want much self-aware going to have to look into domestic food production. We're GONNA have to and hopefully when people see this. Trait will happening with cheat American food. They'll stop thinking about will feed they should buy and when they to seek market. They'll think about whether three comes from clear. Labelling which will be really good at. But the I need Kinda Is someone who is produced locally. And he's a he's reputations in state which is where all Lakewood food map comes in. Not Yes I was gonNA come onto that single food map. Tell us about not because it seems to be a cover the whole country. I looked at my lug layer. Your canoe got five or six produces listed so tell me more about it well. It's constantly evolving constantly. Updating map that Tim at eight and a half thousand local food outlets on it and every outlet has a username password to add pictures video description and even build themselves online shop if they want to do now is we share all matt with many websites we can so we'd love Yorkshire Websites to have on that and actually be adding to it and the idea. Is that when you have it? Looks like it's you'll 's and the mole websites have the map the mold as who will not benefit because they can update page updates. Don't allow the websites so I'm to help that process we becoming am a co-op community benefit society. We're sending a message that everyone can deposits and if its success. We share in the SUCCESS FOR ALL RANDOM. A lot of these companies that Backed by venture capitalists Orem investors. Who saw cancel the money?
U.S. Stocks Remain Sharply Lower After Initial Nosedive
"So look first of all stocks go down too granted not always so much so fast but also they have been going up for a very long time. Now and the cove in nineteen news is alarming. But there's context to be ahead here right so we are going to do what we did yesterday. Which is to say. We're going to get Andrea is felt on the phone. She is a professor of finance at the Anderson School out at Ucla. Thanks for coming on again. Thanks for having me so we talked yesterday. as I mentioned Yorkshire Your Gut reaction was. Oh no yesterday as you watched today unfold. A more considered thought. Yeah I watched today and I thought you I think people have been looking for good news for so long. They're still looking for good news but they're reevaluating fundamentals and actually think that's a good thing we had tax cuts. We've had low interest rates. We've had a strong consumer sector. But we want to make sure we're looking at fundamentals in trading based on sentiments. So I think this I think the reevaluation of fundamentals is is a good thing for markets. It's a little painful though. It is a little painful. Yeah at a personal level. It's painful but I think we have to abstract from the personal pain and really look at it as scientists you know we want our as prices to reflect fundamentals so we actually should be happy when we feel like markets are acting rationally. We might have a little bit of an overreaction here we have to see yet how much pain we have to go through with the with the corona virus and it's it's ultimately implications but at the same time. I think we don't WanNA trade on unhappiness and positive sentiment alone fair enough but that said though. I'm going to do a quick behavioral economics thing here with you know how when the stock market goes up. There's this thing called the wealth effect and everybody pretty much feels better because Oh look the stock. Market's up What do you suppose it bodes for consumer confidence in this economy which we say all the time is so critical when something like this happens? Yeah I th I do think that there. There's certainly a negative wealth effect. We have to remember that you know less than half of the American population actually own stock but those wealthy people do have a large impact on the economy. And I do think that they will be feeling a little bit less wealthy after these last two days. You busy about this time tomorrow. If we need you I would love to Talk Tomorrow K. Andrea is felt as a presser of finance at the Anderson School at Ucla across town professor. Thanks for your time I really appreciate. It was great to be
How to Build a Successful Membership Site
"All the way from Mucosal upon Tynan Yorkshire England. Mike What an absolute pleasure. It is to welcome you to the show and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mentor. Thank you for having me on the show. What an introduction. I love that all the way from Newcastle England. Well we gotta put you in the right context because otherwise people might think you're just next stole but since we're an international podcast and I love it that we interview people from all over the world. Mike. Let's get down to basics. What exactly is an online membership site? I looked at your frame that as getting basic because this is a. It's a funny question. Actually because the term membership is just so broadly applicable net flicks is a membership local associations. Aw memberships seal allow those types of businesses have online elements but in the online business world when people talk about membership typically. What they mean is some sort of combination content and community and usually the content. Is Ill learning? So it's usually educational content on a specific topic. Usually run by a recognized expert or authority in a field. A mass usually supported by some form of community so everything from a discussion forum by private to paying members through to private facebook groups and so on and so generally there's all sorts of Mina variations of that model but it's usually a combination a learning with community what you pay for access to those education materials and also a little bit of access to a particular experts. Aurthority that you follow and you want to lend from. How do we know when it's the right time for us to create membership site and even if it is the right time? How do we know that it's what we should be doing much of a as down to knowing your audience and actually speaking to audience so if in hearing that you're thinking well what what audience than that's probably a sign that it's not yet time we always recommend people built some sort of following online and by following really you want that to be people on an email list so people who maybe visited the radio book by? Noyo audience our office so they've Regio Book that maybe visited your website. Hops you publish articles all your podcast on Dave. Subscribe to your email list because they want to hear more from you. That is generally what you want online following and I would say once you got a few hundred people who are demonstrating a desire to him on to learn more from you beyond what they've read your book beyond what they've read on your local listened to on your podcast. That's usually a sign up. The timing is right you also needs to look your mock in general and what sort of problems exist out there. That either aren't being solved by the books by courses by online programs. Oh just on being solved either extensively not all in a way that reflects kind the current state of your particular industry. It's really marrying a demand and the need within your market with a following that you have built up whose needs allying with and where you can serve them further within. So can I know my membership? I think if you haven't got a following usually you're going to find it a lot harder because you can have the best membership in the world but if you've got nobody to promote a two and you haven't got a kind of a focus group in sums of an email list you can get feedback from. It is going to be much tougher. My. Let's say we feel that it's the right time to start a site now. Let's dig down to the basics about. How would we actually go about getting started? Wow that is a another big one I really. I think the first is talking to your organs really drilling down into the coal problems and it's important that emphasis on the word comb if you ask a bunch of people. Hey you know what you need help with right now. China's AW allowed. The answers will be fairly superficial. Don't actually get to the heart of problems. They are having what obstacles they are facing. One of the goals. What are they designed? What's the bigger picture for those people really really isolating? The problems that you can solve I think is the first point and I was free so says a lot of ideas there to flesh out of viable idea full. What could become? You'll membership committee next stage of that really is to validate your market by selling them. Something so the May have already bought one of your books if not try and sell them your books. If you can't compel people to pay ten dollars fifteen dollars for a couple your book save. Go five hundred people on a name list and not one of them is willing to work with ten bucks for one ago books then you probably going to struggle to sell them a fifty dollar a month membership. You kinda need to validate the market both in terms of do people how problems that I can solve. So that's the first two is the solution that I could provide to them a good fate three. I compel these people to actually put the hand in their pocket and pay me to solve their problems and the best way to build a piece of the equation is by selling them. Something smaller I determine if they were buying market to determine whether you even like selling things online to this audience and to verify your understanding of the problem and solution match is actually accurate. That idea validation is definitely the most important step before you. You even get into looking at what you'll membership by consists of and how you might handle things on the technical. And all that Sorta Mike one of the things that POPs into my mind is that people are not necessarily sure what that core issues are frustrated about certain things or they feel. They have certain problems but they may be superficial to would actually the real issue is. What are your thoughts on that? You've got to ask them more questions. I can't remember if it's six sigma with the idea of a five wise. I think this is completely ripping from memory but the notion that you have to ask at least five. Why questions to probe deeper and deeper deeper was your number one problem right now and someone can give you the answer. Okay well why is not something that as impeding your progress and from that answer Biz? Another Y and there's another white and you have to keep probing Rothman taking I onto that again now. Obviously that requires more than just kind of a blanket. Approach TO GATHERING FEEDBACK. It requires more than simply sending an email out your list saying complete the survey or hit reply to they say mail and tell me what the number one finger struggling with right now is arranging to get on the phone. Get on a zoom coal. Get ON SKYPE WITH FIVE. Six people who kind of match the profile of what you believe to be your ideal customer your ideal member and having those conversations having those deeper conversations and asking questions and listening not leading them towards essentially kind of just giving you what you want to hear but really gets to the heart of it you say. You're thinking of starting up a membership to help aspiring office to keep a topical example. Then you might be looking for feedback on obstacles. People are facing and getting their book south on so you know somebody might say okay. Well I'm with my at just get a finished on. I really struggled with writer's block fantastic song points to be able to just probe deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper to find where those routes problems are and the more of these conversations you have. You would imagine certainly if you've kind of got consistency amongst the people you're attracting your old. You'll start to see patterns emerging from that you'll have a wealth of information to them build on when it comes to figuring out what the real struggles what the real obstacles. What the real things get in these people's way and how can I create something that takes them through that journey guessing through those obstacles ensembles
UK faces another fierce storm; 2 found dead in rough seas
"Stone Dennis the full Stormont the season to hit Great Britain has wreaked havoc across the nation to male bodies were pulled from the rough seas off the coast of southeast England a military personnel mobilized to help build flood barriers in a second straight weekend of stormy weather the Mets office had sixty eight flood warnings in place around England another forty had been issued in Scotland's intent in Wales by their environmental agencies the highest wind gust according to the mass office was eighty seven miles per hour in Capel Curig in North Wales much of the concern about still dangers focused on north in England which suffered during storm cara called ago resident John Williams in the northern area of Yorkshire said local authorities are not doing enough to stop the flood waters from damaging her area I mean it was our faith in somebody to try and protect us from this happen in any style hundreds of flights were canceled as a result of the high winds easyjet for example cancelled around two hundred and thirty five in an outside person as wind speeds were set to hit seventy miles per hour Karen Thomas London
UK faces another fierce storm; 2 found dead in rough seas
"The Mets office had sixty eight flood warnings in place around England another forty had been issued in Scotland's intent in Wales by their environmental agencies the highest wind gust according to the mass office was eighty seven miles per hour in Capel Curig in North Wales much of the concern about still dangers focused on north in England which suffered during storm Kiara cool to go resident John Williams in the northern area of Yorkshire said local authorities are not doing enough to stop the flood waters from damaging her area I mean it was our faith in somebody to try and protect us from this happen in any style hundreds of flights were canceled as a result of the high winds easyjet for example cancelled around two hundred and thirty five in and out of prison as with the speeds were set to hit seventy miles per hour Karen Thomas London
Why Harry and Meghan are stepping back
"Big big news from the Sussex is who announced on January the eighth that they would like to step back from their roles of senior members of the Royal Family and and that will be what we'll be talking about this entire episode. We're GONNA be diving into everything you wanted to know about the situation what it is a couple want how we got to this point. The future looks like a much much more before. I'm joined by my guest this week. Cruise ship the editor. ICT News here in the u the UK. I just want to look at what sort of started this on January the eighth Wednesday. I remember it well because my phone went absolutely ballistic Harry and Meghan released the following statement. They said after many months of reflection and internal discussions have chosen to make the transition this year and starting to carve out a progressive new role within the institution. We intend to step back senior members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent while continuing to support Her Majesty the Queen the statement goes on to say the couple wants to continue the honor of their duty to the Queen to Commonwealth and their patronage is but they would also like to embrace the geographic balance in their life to raise archie with an appreciation for the royal tradition into which he was born and also provide their family with the space to focus on the next exch- chapter and that next chapter of course is the Sussex Royal charity that will be launching. Well listen the data change at this point but it was it supposed to be launching towards the beginning of the second quarter of this year. And that's really going to be. I guess where Harry and make more anchor. A lot of their work A lot of details still needs to be hashed out of course at is the clamper Sive effort with the Queen Prince of Wales the Cambridge. We don't quite know where this is going to happen but to talk us through all of this. I won't be alone this week. I'm joined by V news role at its. I would say my friend and Chris ship so I high joining me on here. Thank you very much. You've done me the honor of being on One of my digital shows so I thought I would at least return attend. The favorite is a pleasure to be talking to you. What we've had your colleague? You're very popular colleague with our listeners. lizzy on the show before so some would say the the hardworking calling. I think everyone is very much hard-working this week. It has blinded. How do you feel right now? I feel like I've been hit in the face by a by double decker bus I'm a little frazzled. A little tired. There's a lot to unpack and that's kind of what I wanted to switch great to be just really take a look at everything. I have had so many questions on social media. I'm sure you have as well. There's a lot of people. Don't quite understand obviously see that goes right to the top because I think there's a lot the senior aides working in Palestine quite understand at the moment. You're you're right and I think actually you know we're we're talking about the blindsided saying Ah to do this story. I mean it's clear as they didn't know that the statement was coming or at least they got a couple of minutes notice before people like you and me found out But I think they they they knew something was on the way I mean. Discussions in a very similar new sentence have been happening for at least a week or site beforehand but no one expected Harry and Meghan Zico House. We put this to go nuclear press that button and the way they did on on Wednesday night. Yeah I think that they had been a build up you know. Look if we want to. We can go back as far as beginning. If Autumn last year I think that being a lot of conversations within team mm Sussex and amongst the couple and their friends for quite some time about wanting to bring in some change. I think they felt quite frustrated about things and obviously there some things that happened in the past at. They're still haven't quite gotten over yet. Yeah I'd agree with you and I I think because I was involved with the big documentary entry that we made on my TV last year when they spoke to Tom Brady about all their difficulties in trouble. The rest of it. I mean I was with him for a lot of that now. I was watching it. Unfold phoned in front of me and I kinda get the sense that they were they wanted that to not any sort of reliefs vowels if you like but also just to set the ground around two so almost a warning shot to the rest of the family. That sings really aren't going very well. It's not just a niggle hair on there. Will there and you you know if you look back now. You can see that something monumental as we've had this week was on. Its Way and that was their way of a signalling handling to the rest of the world and the rest of the family that that something had to change. Yeah a potentially the you can only say that they have sort of I guess. Plan this stay. Stay step by step. I think the public being quite confused with this news had they've not had insight into their sort of state of mental wellbeing. Yeah they they could. They couldn't have planned you know as accurately as perhaps they wanted to but I think the thing they did have a long term plan to say if we do this and if we do talk to Tom Tom on the documentary and if we do hint a little about some of the big problems that we're having then that will pave the way make it a little easier for when we're in the new year we we we We we tell them that we want to do things differently. And obviously the six weeks in Canada was where they crystallized all that thinking all that fresh air all those mountains NHS and all that Sierra on the west coast of Canada was clearly the reason for gave him the opportunity. I think just to to sit down and go. What are we going to do? Are we really really gonNA stick with this for the next thirty years and they decided no. We won't see yeah. You have to wonder whether at the start of the week of severe at Canada House House for the reception that they attended. They wanted to give their thanks to the High Commissioner F older hospitality. They received in Canada and the support. They've received from the country tree itself. You have to wonder if they knew in the back of their minds that this was about to happen and at that point because they seem rejuvinated they seemed in great spirits. We were joking about a nine Mo- bars that was vie for the start of the week story. The big story was the no nine which I will now eat again. When I go to Canada the it took custody biscuit and And actually I saw because I was the the the the rotor correspondent on the visit. I saw that Some of Harry Meghan. I can stop left with some of these denominations wrapped up in plastic film and they took them home with them. So I don't know how many Harry had over the last I have After his history of that night there was a sugar hit. I think I would describe it as sustenance for heavy week ahead. Yeah I could do with one right now to be fair uh-huh but of course you know thinks quickly change and you know we had the announcement not then very quickly followed with the reaction from the palace which seemed weekly sleep together. I think there was a period between Harry and Meghan statement coming out and now saying from the palace. Every single phone across the households Holtz was engaged off unavailable one hundred percent. Yeah I couldn't agree with you more. And those ninety minutes I think between Harry Megan statement and the one from the palace that was let what two sentences long with very terse and short and abrupt insides we. Hey what they say. But we haven't got the first clue what to do about any any of it I think that reflected the I think we can call it anger anger frustration disappointment of on day. One if you like the day that Harry and make like an issue that statement and very quickly. It's almost perhaps they. They decided that this was the distracted. You take very quickly on day two. Was this Thursday I Then it was like okay. This isn't it was it was put to me. This isn't the pitch that we want to be playing but now we're on it's we're going to get on it own with it and decide what what on earth to do and and how to engage with them so that they're not they don't WanNa be on this pitch but they basically being forced to play on it. Exactly actually a friend of mine called that statements Simeon Texans at stiff upper lip rage. Yes yes absolutely dissipated overnight or maybe it's just a realization that you know we simply haven't gotten a choice is people that we've put a crack home exactly in and and you know almost twenty twenty four hours. Later we received guidance from Buckingham Palace confirming that the Queen and Prince of Wales Chief Cambridge of old directed teams to one's together at say at pace ace with the governments in the Sussex household to find workable solutions. So it's really went in the direction Harry and Meghan wanted and stop awesome. It started to make sense why it perhaps happened in this way. I think I agree with you. An Uber I was surprised by the. We're going to do this in days as no we. It's given how many sort of constitutional and financial decisions there ought to make military ones as well you get. Harry is the Captain General of the British. Royal Marines Leans which was a position that he took from the Edinburgh and the He retired he even Christmas type. Just I just think there were so many things to decide on here. Can they really by what Tuesday Wednesday of next week. All this sorted out. I mean I. I think that's a really tool that determined to do it. I think yeah and I think almost almost dare whether they do actually source all of this and that time they're under pressure to show that they have control of the situation because for you know three reese senior oils the current reigning monarch in the next two in line for them to look like this is out of control is just not an option. Yeah I agree with you and also to get. Yeah next week. The there's a particularly big visit for William and Kate in Bradford City in the northern England. If anyone listening to this outside the UK in Yorkshire and they want to focus on their some of their priorities like social cohesion. Brentford is a very multicultural city. an and unless there's some I'm sort of holding statement or some kind of you know initial planning your decision announced to the press full this visits will most. There's going to be about it's going to be you know it's going to be all about Harry and Meghan and and how these negotiations is still going on. Which is why I think we will get something however limited that might be By by Tuesday or Wednesday of next
"yorkshire" Discussed on WEEI
"Different animal but look he played some really good teams and some really nerve racking situation trying to get to the one seed you know members Yorkshire right near heels and he answered the bell seemingly at every turn so I don't think the pressure will be too much he has learned under Belichick and Brady and Haley is been behind their big spots but again nobody knows until we take those snaps here's the thing I think the Niners are poised for a good five to seven year run of being really good I don't think it's gonna be surprise at all in the young in the upcoming years if the Niners are consistently in the playoffs consistently winning the division consistent consistently hosting playoff games I do think it could be really early for them because you think about it this is an issue with three thirteen and three teams three of our and as you said it even though the Seahawks warrant one of those teams the Niners and Seahawks are separated by a hair I mean it was to down to the wire games and the each one on a road on the road field really stating a delay game week seventeen could have changed everything for home field here so that's why in the NFC I think it's dealers choice I just don't think that there's any team that that much better than the team that they will play I think the Vikings several will run out of gas in this game because the pressure the physicality of the Niners what is the difference between the Niners the Packers the sea hawks in the Vikings very much no I think the separation between the AFC top the ravens and the chiefs versus the tie into the Texas I think that's a pretty big gap I do not think there's almost any differential between the top three teams the NFC and the fourth team to me would be the Vikings they would just be maybe a hair under that but the MC teams are all pretty tightly packed in there and had the saints one it might be fourteen the save well it's again dealers choice anyone these fourteen for just as good the other three yeah I agree with you and I I think it just shocks me those the weeks gone on knowing what Minnesota did in New Orleans that people still kind of aren't believing where I am maybe people just for that Monday night game they fell apart first Green Bay and then kissed away everything that could have been a division for them but look New Orleans in one this is team a week ago we were sitting here people picking them to go to the Superbowl the Viking slay the dragon now they can't go be Kyle Shanahan Jimmy grapple in San Francisco I find that hard to believe yeah no I think the cat and I think the reason that people gray down the Vikings that people in general work it's hard to change a narrative and so the cousins narrative is still there even despite that when I think the second part is that the Minnesota Vikings all season have felt like a caught under everybody else the the top your team in the NFC what I think you're so entered the season that way because the everybody stop believing occur because yeah also include yes yes and then also last week because drew Brees looks so bad I think a lot of people thought it was a bad day for the saints have a good day for the Vikings defense and that's I think that's why there's not a lot of spec going the Vikings this game it's all fair and look I'm looking for this might be the game I'm looking for to the most really again yeah I am that pump for this really what I'm Seahawks Packers at Lambeau that's the one I'm most fired up about yeah I mean look at the setting and everything will be there that's late Sunday whatever I have a few I will get to set up the got by feel like you might get away from us in the second half that's a tease he's got pics news football food we coming up here in about thirty minutes from now little bit less twenty five minutes from now when we return we got a new pirate in the SCCA yeah what does this mean for the SEC west eight five five two one two for CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven a Twitter DA on CBS in the target demo Friday here on CBS sports radio every weekday morning wake up with the show the players wives this is incredible what a time to be alive good morning NFL network with three hours of coverage to get you caught up.
Garden Resolutions with Ken Druse
"Not just approaching the end of the year but the end of a decade so we'd better make some hefty resolutions right. Yeah well I'm not sad to see that decade go a years ago I made a New Year's resolution and I've kept it and my new year's resolution solution was to not make New Year's resolutions. Okay so sorry. You're saying garden resolutions. Because I'm going to make some of the okay so do you. You want to start town by telling me some of yours and before I tell you some odd. I'll start with a real quick story a many years ago I I was at Helen's daughter Garden in western Massachusetts and was planting whips Magnolia whips and with some of her friends and they said Oh Helen. Why are you planting such small trees? She was you know Richard Dirt and I remember she was about seventy five years old and when she was ninety two sitting on a bench edged the shade of the trees. So I try to remind myself plant anyway as it crosses my mind. I'm not GonNa see this mature sure or maybe I won't have fruit in my lifetime just just planted so no stinking thinking as they would call it in self help program right right in writing none of that negativity and and the other thing is that if even if you don't literally get to sit under like Helen's daughter did someone will and so yeah. Plant it all right. So that's a good one for planted for kids planet for granted exactly exactly cut down too many trees anyway so plant plant trees like I thought about my resolutions on. They're almost all about what he plans so into what he plans. Now you you WanNa tell me one. I'll tell you one then you tell me what do well mine are a little more. You know complicated complicated. Like I really need therapy Because and I mentioned this very briefly at the end of the last visit to the show that you were on You know that I a I have. I have to acknowledge speaking of twelve step programs in self help a little mantras stuff you know. I'm powerless over. Dot Dot dot. I'm powerless over. Some of those early ground covers that I planted you know thirty years ago or whatever all these things ground I wrote a book about ground covers. We were all into ground. Covers the whole ground cover section and every catalogue and and a lot of and turn out to be thugs And so they spread a lot and that was a good thing. At least it felt like a good thing to a beginning Gardner but it's not a good thing and now I've got all these things that are romping farther and farther and they've far out Gone beyond their bounds and so the problem is and maybe other people listening. Have this problem to on a smaller. A big way in their cartons if they've been there even ten years or five years stuff. That's where it's not supposed to be. It's gone farther than you intended. And you know we can turn a blind eye and then suddenly you've got a mile of it and if you look at it all every instance of that in your whole garden. We need to divide this. I need to take that out and vote you get paralyzed. At least I do right so my resolution was to. I made it this past fall when I was doing clean up and I said you know what I had to help her that Dan you know what today. We're going to spend our four hours. We're going to pull out this one. One section of Lamia Stream It's sort of a Nedeli like being a very gated ground cover. We're going to do this one section and then this winter we're going to sit didn't have coffee someday and we're going to decide what ground cover plugs little baby plance to order native probably Shade Plants Ferns or whatever that are going to go in this section they're not gonNa Romp you know but one section so my resolution is one section time in and so clean it up and replanted wanted and then I can move onto the next because otherwise I'm all over the place and nothing gets finished. That's how I am. I think I don't think you're like that. I think you follow thirty better than follow through. I think you're marcus tedious than I am. Not As tidy as your because you have tourists and I don't have the mini tours. But you know you're saying to pull out the ground covers. I was with you and I was thinking. Well what is she gonNA put down chopped wood mulch or something but then you said you're going to plant plants. Yes I can think of no better ground. Cover Mulch mulch right. And so I'm thinking and I'm pondering it gives me because I did that section it's a big section in fall You know kind of prep didn't and I know that what will happen in spring. Is that some of the remainders that I didn't get tried to dig out the root of these things. But they'll sprout up here and there and I'm GonNa have to do one more smaller cleanup but I wanna be ready with a plant outdoor a number of plants to like a mosaic. And you know again it might be ferns it might be you know I love trillions. I love you know some girls because it's in a place under a shroud so it's A. It's it's semi sheets. It's bright shade but it's shade. It's definitely shade so I have to think about what. I'm going to put their have the winter to do that but I need to be ready in the spring so that that's my kind of resolution is give myself time. I have the time to order your plan to choose to order the plants. Not a super rush job and then I can move onto the next section once. I've good. Yeah so wish me luck. I took Lampien last balls. Yes we'll see and I'm sure I've already planted bulbs there so you know nature of horsa vacuum. And so do I. Yes yes yes yes yes yes so what about you another one. Well this is a very hard one for me You know our friend Marco if he doesn't like a slant it's out but I I have so much trouble letting or ground covers not so bad lambaste room Yorkshire but when it comes to in trees I've planted a whole lot of Doug Eastern dogwoods from the mountains of Mexico the Urbana which has fused brax have have lots saplings Eighty tall now right so sear. I hope to have some flowers some flowers and out of these eight trees that are very skinny too. Close together the ones. That don't have nice flowers or nice state. It's going to be a little are Bora side. Think of Markle. Yes and so. We used to people who don't know Marco is was the founding director of horticulture of Wave Hill the public garden in New New York City in in the Bronx and worked for many many years fifty two year old garden and he was probably the first forty years or thirty five year. Thirty five years. Something like that. Yeah Yeah so And he is and he says barrier dead and fast. Which means if you have a languishing plant that's looking to us? Miserable like stop op fussing over it start over you know making new make a fresh start. Oh you made me think of something no or give it away. Oh Oh new. Don't give it to me you don't give it to me. Okay Yeah Yeah So another thing that I've done I hate to say that I've done wrong or I've been bad but that's how I feel and so I just want to say that loud so I feel it makes me feel bad when then I haven't taken my own advice or the wisdom that I know from others. I haven't set a good example And I in really what it is is my garden is too big for me. You know it's two point three acres and it's you know it's a lot. It's really a lot too much manage and so stuff gets neglected. I'm getting ready for spring. Bring tourists your mentioned before all you know in April and early May the first ones are usually in the first or second week of May and I have to say. Hey you know we're not going to get to that area and so what happens. Is I close off that particular area and I do that a couple of years in a row and guess what you know. It's a mess and one of the things things I've noticed is that instead of because I'm again having the tourist instead of All my beds are in turf so my beds are within grass ask. They're surrounded by grass. There's no stone edge or metal edge Is that they're like islands. I guess is what I'm saying in turf and so the the easiest thing is just to cut a clean edge with your edging tool and put on your mouth. Well the thing is though. The bed gets an inch bigger and bigger in an inch Baker right because because because there might have been a plant that flopped over the edge and made the battle messy at the edge. So you cut it a little white. Well you do that for a few years without reselling reselling some grass seed right and re you know kindling that turf on the edge. You don't keep the bed the same shape and size it gets bigger. And then guess what happens to your pathways single-file loops between two beds. You know so I need to do turf stuff stuff and I hate. I hate growing grass. I hate it I just hate it But I need to do it. So that's my other thing for the coming Spring and actually in my in the northeast. The best area is mid August to mid to late September for turf repair but I need to do some spring this year
Mystery gunman fatally shoots Yorkshire Terrier inside NYC apartment
"Gunfire in the Bronx took the life of Hercules he was a seven year old your case Samael Passante dilute works in construction and lives in the Melrose houses with his wife and daughter says a couple of guys came to the door they acted friendly but when he opened the door one of them started shooting he slammed the door on the guy's hand in his wife grabbed an electric drill and started drilling the guys Sam the bullets missed all the people with a gun Hercules who was over by the Christmas tree there's no word on what this was all about and nobody's been arrested as of yet
How Labour’s Working-Class Vote Crumbled and Its Nemesis Won the North
"To the heart before we talk about why Boris one I want to talk about why labor lost and I have a producer you may not have met and his name is Dwayne he doesn't show up very much and when when they came in to celebrate about five minutes before the show in the he pulled out of his hat just randomly eight quote of Alan Johnson and if you're watching the universe you can watch this she's the former labour home secretary right he's a playwright any ads on stage with them the founder of the momentum nightmare that is the party within the party and here is what Alan Johnson old labor it let the way that we talk about all Democrats like JFK and Sam Nunn old labor talking to court and I cut number twenty one live in London I live in Yorkshire I live in a working class community not until somebody is Joe's been around enough from the panel like dice and I'm afraid the working classes of always been a big disappointment for John and his calls it was a disaster on the doorstep everyone knew that he couldn't leave the working class out of a paper bag now Jones developed this momentum group this party with an apology aiming to keep the purity the culture of the trial because all you hear it now more more of an expert isis these this call to get their act together women on the policy I want to mention go go back to student politics in the little in a left wing that isn't realistic you gonna happen we'll see what I'm saying yeah yeah so I went off to it thanks exit polls row the most disastrous results for the Labour Party the worst result since nineteen thirty five people like at Johnny's house will never admit this but they are they have messed up completely any sound communities that are going to pay for that I feel really angry about this but we persevered with Corbin for this kind of experiment of back to the future John let me ask it learned that he's saying you've poisoned my party you've killed that dad do you hear the anger in in Sir Alan Johnson's voice yes Sir Alan and I'm from Yorkshire you hear that right he talks Yorkshire to I can't do it but my wife could that really well it's close to Lancashire which you can also talk and their side by side of course they were the big opponents in the war of the roses but he did so he's a Yorkshireman right and that's up in the north and it and that's a different kind of thing than being in London and so that's right that's a there's a I'm struggling for a word because I understand politics to be a very comprehensive thing that comprehensive and include that involves the social with those call this a social thing right they're people who live their lives in very different ways in Britain and those those people in the in the provinces the space see anywhere there was coal mining were the heart of the labor party and that's gone for them now in this election and and so he's better can they rebuilt the and we Hey we do need a two party system they're in here but I am struck by the parallels of the resistance and the never trump purrs banding together to poison the Democratic Party and resulting in an impeachment fiasco like we saw yesterday and the carbonates banding together with the remain Tories kill politics said yep that yep Jimmy Hoffa there's a good movie out about now called the Irishman and and if you just watch his career read about him are watching a good film about him what he was talking to a bunch of truckers and he was saying we need more staff this is not fair right working people people who work by the mile lease truckers right and and that's one kind of thing a see in this country and Jeremy Corbyn and in that country whole different kinds of clay political theory turned into a political fight
Boris Johnson hid in a fridge to avoid a television interview as his aide swore at a reporter
"Was once again accused of dodging scrutiny as the election campaign reached. Its climax yesterday when he's five hundred. Mile Dash round around Britain to drum up votes was overshadowed by claims. He had avoided a TV interview by retreating into a refrigerator. He's Press Secretary Roebuck Doc. Sleep was heard to mutter sake live on good morning. Britain as he shielded the retreating Johnson from a producer who had come to ambush him. The hosts gave running commentary as the prime minister. Said I'll be with you in the second and walked off before one exclaimed. He's gone into the fridge. Johnson walked inside a refrigerator stacked with milk bottles with his aides. Johnson has repeatedly been accused of avoiding difficult questions during the campaign most prominently by declining to be interviewed by the BBC. He's been caught out by fact checkers lying his way through through the campaign in contrast to the sincerity of his main opponent. Jeremy Corbyn the fridge incident occurred at the start of a grueling day. Hey for the prime minister as he travelled by Boston plane from Yorkshire to Darvish and then from Wales and onto Essex before addressing a rally in East London in the evening AIDS closely controlled the prime minister's appearances since chaotic day on Monday when Johnson pocketed journalists phone during during a TV interview rather than look at a picture of a four year. Old Boy Asleep on the floor at Elites Hospital later that day the Conservatives were accused of of fabricating a story about an assault on an advisor to the health secretary which they later conceded had not taken place meanwhile opposition and Labour leader. Jeremy Corbyn rallied supporters to get out to marginal seats and go flat out campaigning for the final day of action before voters go to the polls following encouraging projections which showed that he has narrowed. Boris Johnson's lead. Corbin began with an event in the morning in Scotland before heading heading to the Midland's and Bedford with last rally in London. In the evening voting is happening today across the UK polls close at at ten PM local time.
"yorkshire" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Mean he's not he's not necessarily renowned for. Its speculative capacities. I'll give you getting Zombie to illustrate the point. There was one day in the welter innovator. We were standing in the press behind the finish line. Punctually every ten minutes the last hour of the race he knows Freebie Freebie Vandersanden attention pay attention when the sun and then it would terminate it'd be another Lotto pseudo writer and he ran through the whole roster and the Freebie pay attention yes but the boost in the US Parr's even writing the world's anyway Hugo said to me the other day Freebie bench and Bob Young Bob Young's is going to win the war. Was He paying attention to the time trial. I mean bobby ingles way over the pace and time intro finish well done. I wasn't paying attention. Was He really that far off the by the time John. It depends depends once again. I'm not sure we will go is the best as you say for tips. I mean is is well. Well known to old depress offices older racism on the planet because he's. The guy is closing down the press from every day at ten o'clock news evening. You know so at A. I know I'm poppy and goes. I was surprised his yeah ordinarily you would have thought the both time drawn road race would would sue him if he doesn't. I think it formed but he seems to eat such a strong kind of spring classics campaign and and he's been really off the boil Jiro and ever since then what some of them have view chaps been out on the roof of you if you you know what it's GonNa be because I mean altitude meters which are not particularly eh guide anything. Maybe it's about three thousand five hundred meters which would put it somewhere around. Madrid does Madrid didn't really have a big Klima than two thousand five Tabun and whatnot. They've been a few that have been there there about three thousand five hundred kind of mid range think he goes up as high as two thousand meters doesn't no it doesn't took the unusual thing about this. I think is the reason I flat road radiation and I think it's just it's dozens and dozens if not hundreds of small accelerations wins which is why People WanNa reasons why people are saying fun to poll is is you know the hot favourite is he. The favorite I mean what do you think Daniel for that. The reason I mean you know different people who know better than me. I would say the I mean the the uncertainty is his lack of in long race. I think you go over two hundred fifty combs contingent sixty Columbus as we say milan-sanremo ever year. It's a strange finale. You get guys sprinting will shine abilities in sprints hop other guys who've fade bodily off the two hundred sixty two eight hundred seventy kilometers. We don't really have any reference points over those distances so it could be something completely different from what we expect. Yeah I talked to lots of all writers like Chamo- to use to tell me it's the same as the third weekend in the grand tour or is the same altitudes over two thousand meters. There're there are writers or that there is there's a level past two hundred fifty or two hundred sixty. I mean every writer this limit when all of a sudden peaks and it's finished and I don't think we've seen that very very often within the pool and the thing is well the the important factor of the work which is all the time is we saw so last year with Valverde will really were preparing soil for the climate's overseas in other words is really I think some of the Rogers really the to pace themselves to to get to make the worse their objective you've got and of the season riders were Michael. Choose one who's always in top shape but the the end of the season then sometimes not so much before so you have to take all these things into account and for these reasons I think of course on paper then the pool if it doesn't on winning this year he will win it in. Maybe two or three times in the next ten years but this season to me. Maybe a little bit early but but I I I got it wrong so many times the young riders in the last couple of years I mean we've seen these young guys beat Minnaso- exceptional extrordinary that we don't no actually they're they're kind of changing the rules preventable one three stages and the overall to a Britain. He was really impressive. One particular day I think Kendall one hundred and seventy three kilometers that was making me sound like you know they should coming off. The top of my head is it's on my laptop here. That's how the podcast works but but D- D you lose that kind of acceleration jump hundred kilometers later. I mean I'll get obviously you do but you know you're still racing like against like it wasn't like he was beating motto. Trentino and this much Trenton is a name we shouldn't but I mean the the it's funny because there was a dispute when the Canadian races launch that that that that seemed to be in the minds of the Rogers two ways to prepare for the words one was was to do the welter because you have my the mileage or go to Canada because they're down the same kind of racist circles races long races over two hundred and thirty days and it is it is one of the other I've I've never heard the tour of Britain being being turned to prepare for the words but why not Kwiatkoski I gave you one when somebody's some writers did through while after having ridden the tour Britain yeah yeah and I also think it'd be more of a factor. I mean we kind of know the British road are slightly different different European roads and having ridden the tour Britain they are. They'll be the sensations as Dutch say we'll be. We'll talk up top. Good point of Anathema also don't forget has written very well and here in Yorkshire isn't they have a tour of Yorkshire and and he's definitely somebody somebody capable of a Belgian T. may be on advantage or or a disadvantage she knows but there are so many how many mentioned pizza gone or Alejandro Valverde of course you know he's the the wealth of second of wealth and are we saw what all the wealth of to think on Drug Lillard the same trial and it was a very very very hard well to which I think a lot of US appreciated appreciated watching it but I'm the released some of which is data from the Welton actually was harder than the tour last year harder than Jiro this here for him so it clearly affected him in the time trial and it might have similar similar fight than other guys who finished the cycling podcast because team Cobb back in the pack please that was the voice of PK race radio. The Tour de France Jasmine here replace riches hip it. Was this man remove my leg a few years ago you put it on the reattach that he reattached it okay because finished in from may today anyway. This episode is sponsored by Harry's razors. Harry's have a special offer for cycling podcast listeners.
"yorkshire" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Cycling with character Rydin Watch with rapper in one thousand nine hundred as they partner e F education fast and canyons ramp. Thank you very much to Rafael or title sponsor. I've actually got a Rafeh Yorkshire Collection and Copier to award this to somebody's very fetching the colors blue and yellow. WHO's the most charming peddler today the the most stylish looking rider while I mean I'd like to know Lionel. I was GONNA say perhaps give it to the most overtaken writer in which case I saw clearly the winner but there was a chap who came to my rescue and gave me an NGO. It was a science more energy. Where wonderfully of a message can you thank you very much. Rafeh which you have to wear for the rest of the I think so here we are well. We had Francois Making his debut on the podcasts at the world championships last night. We learned that it was only your Second World Championship. You've been a AM Daniel. You've joined us for the next couple of days. How many worlds have you been to might've been two thousand one. Verona two thousand full maturity two thousand five two thousand seven nine in about seven or eight. I think definite Florence in Florence Pump Rawda and we were we in Florida together. I remember seeing the experience harrogate yet and all it has to offer but we're GONNA look ahead tonight to them. The we can on the road race interest under twenty three road race Republican a missed most of that as well because we've gotta show tomorrow night in Harrogate and but what we thinking about Sunday in the men's road trace 'em Francois. It's funny because ever since we arrived in in this beautiful place very welcoming and oh you know everybody's been buying me beer's as you said and everybody else had also been asking me that question is going to win on Sunday which is the sort of questioned and that normally would never answer the in in on the podcast because we're serious people will not making lame six seeks as we say in French so I won't. I won't make lame promising told everyone here everybody who asked me that Greg another Matt would win it so let let me elaborate on that. It's it's you know I'm taking a risk there because obviously if he doesn't many chances you want. I'll look a fool but I I I don't mind this part of the game so why Greg Anathema because it's a long course and I on it'll be as we all know a kind of a battle of deal generation against the new generation. We've seen that cycling in in in in the last couple of months evolved considerably younger generation coming clean up all as Evan Pool the way again Bernales not here but I mean all these guys you know under twenty two guys kind of stealing the show so after after all guys anything left in there in the tank too to win the words I think that given the difficulty of of the costs given the length of the course I mean some. Some of these guys are vendor. The vendor ever rode competitively over two hundred K's so it'll be you know different directions corner point of order. I want to go in April which to show about yes sure about. I need to say this. In the same. Way Is with Philippe. There are guys like Vanna Matt is done is done these races over two hundred and fifty case more than twenty times in his career so they have the experience since the to pace themselves to whether will be terrible as we saw in Rio. The only guy didn't crash Greg's another. Matt with the Belgian. Team is absolutely absolutely massive this year with getting the same experience so the only thing you can tell me. What are you what you're saying about? The novel Matt Applies to Financial Bilas well right to pick one of the two but so strong team experience and the other thing is a road lots and nothing's another kind the held back a little. This season in the results used to even in the tour didn't really go for stage wins. My impression is that he was really building. This is up to a world championships. He really thinks is going to win. So all these little things put together to me. Make Creek van of and taught me a logic favorite and so I talked a little bit about the others I don't think will win it because the French team is not as strong as it could be an for all the reasons I said affiliate probably wrote a little bit too much season started very early did lots in during the tour and the from okay we didn't Milan-san remo is it's never been at its best in the in the longest the longer distances dad compares with Anathema. All even you know some of the more experienced riders I it will be the key on Sunday so that that's my tip you mentioned bad weather. I mean we being here so far. We've learned the Yorkshire accuweather forecast. Well not terribly.
"yorkshire" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Two thousand nineteen as they partner e F education fast and canyons throb Lionel. We are at the WHOA talk aw brewery in a blurry bit of North Yorkshire or at least Blur to me because I've had a tough day on the bike riding the inaugural world champion chicks. Let's see what we did there. Amazon drinking cycling podcast Beer as well afterwards the Yorkshire Wolves told old and we did a seventy four kilometer bike ride and we've got an audience in front of US seventy five people hello everyone collide bunch and all very competent cyclists. Everybody finished. I think everybody's here. Is Anybody not here to the right. Are there Lionel's only just here and anyone who didn't overtake me today. I have a word with Salads. No really competent bunch of cyclist. Klis said there was only one guy came I am with no innertube no puncture para que no pump even and he unfortunately no tire levers and he had three punctures so just wanted that was you was me she say so. Lionel here Daniel Free Your first appearance championship daunting virtual reality not podcasting. Welcome welcome Daniel. Did you ever get helping people fixing energy. I didn't have a bike I completely some of the the ride but without a bike round the twist to this from Star Trek yapped excellent so well. Normally we show up on what's it happened in the racing today so because we're riding Francois and dining were detailed to study the engineer senior road race and tell us all about it. If you guys would like to take away please and now onto Daniel lap-by-lap doc plays detail Daniel was actually worrying the car and we and we were actually trying to help trying to help people fixing the punctures and while I was going out taking they can pictures Daniela say was actually watching the junior racism la phone so he knows everything even even know school one. I Donahue Scottish rider with a fairly GBS birth. Certificate are more tact after five kilometers attacked out the back but the winner was Quinn Simmons. Ah I know the guy he's American on. They won the junior this year. He was shoeless for the race. I think he's tissue broke off the not today. Get a he peddled barefooted very much in the spirit of the second podcast World Championship pedal baffled for a few kilometers in given specialties in one getting payable government today. I think attacked on his island. yeah for one fatty fatty me. I'm the any any other mandalit metals awarded race. There was an American third as well. I noticed that the man who didn't mention one hundred Verde for the whole of welter young bride Alfie George. I think it was seventh. I'm we actually had him on the podcast briefly I think is I spoke to him after the UCI generic conference so I was like a strong performance from him who was second and third Lionel Lsu Martinelli of Italy was second and Good Yorkshire Latte from America Magnus Sheffield with it sounds like a great race the fastest clothing in the world tour the home.
"yorkshire" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
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"yorkshire" Discussed on The Skylines Podcast
"Okay. Just breaking into your your regular polka service here to present a new section which we're gonna call off the experts. So no pressure put pressure on joined now by Andrew Carter director of the central cities. Chief executives are demoted you Laura out where you're going on system very important question about what's going on with with in a citizen city policy in keeping with today's topic. I think the question I'd like to know the answer to each day is. What's new shadow devolution. The mayor of usua-. Well, I think it's a bit of it's a bit of Yorkshire itself, not being able to organize itself despite what we've heard from different interests within it. I think when push comes to shove different interests in Yorkshire, north south on the cities and the rural have not are not going to be able to come together, I think ultimately. So I think there's a kind of Yorkshire element to that. And I think on the flip side, I think government remains unconvinced that doing a deal at the Yorkshire level is both good for Yorkshire and good for the country. So I think there's a, there's a reluctance on both sides, even though there's been good efforts by different interests to try and make progress on this stuff. I think you know this, this challenges and issues and obstacles on both sides of the equation. It we thinking of government on the one hand and Yorkshire on the other. And I think I think that some of those questions about what would be the. Purpose. The ultimate purpose of delusion to Yorkshire of still remain unanswered. Now I was I was up in the west riding many ever. Weeks of antibody leads field in Huddersfield and Bradford and something that struck me was that they, there's another pragmatism out there. Now I ever anyway spoke to behind this idea the one day which is meant to be so Yorkshire, why delusion Dale ignoring the fact that be given up chunk of the county to valley attention to that, but never felt to me like most of the leadership up there is now behind this model because they know is it's the only one left to them, but it still doesn't feel very likely then it's going to happen. I don't. You think? No, I think that's what I think there's been best in depth. I think there has been a pragmatic that if they can't do the deal at the West Yorkshire level, all the lead city. Region level county deal at the Holland, humble level, and we can't do deal. Although we have one sort of insists around South Yorkshire, then Yorkshire is the best thing that we've got. I understand the pragmatism of that..
"yorkshire" Discussed on The Skylines Podcast
"And so it's quite disconnected from it and say, becomes a bit of an after salt from the rest of Yorkshire east, Yorkshire Yorkshires a bit different because it's it's much more spread your kiss at the bottom of north Yorkshire, and then you've really got all the rural bit Yameen historically right. Yorkshire split into free writings, which is just looking Viking word for thirds basically. But they were east north and west, and almost every significant settlement in Yorkshire was in the west riding right evening that we now who self you. She doesn't mostly call the west riding Harleys the really significant city from over the others. I mean, York, would y'all could. Go for you for that kind of sits. I mean, the free riding is kind of going all directions from your yet in the middle say, so your case a weird one. Because basically if you if you like is Lincoln or anywhere in kind of metropolitan comfortable central London, you'll love York, and it's a great city because I've become one of you awful metropolitan tight. And so I now love York. The thing it's not proper. Yorkshire really is. Thomas trap? Yeah, it feels like it belongs in the set. We've Oxford and Cambridge. Yeah, it's a small old touristy university city like they've university is not as old, but it's, but it's like quite highly ranked, and it's even divided itself into colleges if it was like really kind of leaning into that kind of, you know, sort of Yorkshire's answer to Durham, which is done all the same things to the point where Durham trice refer to docks bridge York York has never sunk to trying to suggest is York's bridge Evert because books preached sounds absolutely ridiculous. I think it's because your just actually wants to be Oxford, a gave razor other the d. that like if you work at you are near the media, the York mafia is everywhere and must not be crossed. So. Okay. Let's let's talk about a couple of other cities. Let leads is oversee the the big one leases. Leads is kind of the biggest of an area in Yorkshire, what's what's what's lease go in for. I mean, I come at leads from a point of view where I went to university either, and of course naturally four. It was the best years of my life for war leads does over places stern is it manages that that character with an actually rather geographically very area, right? Think senior. I come be took tau in the hills of barely reaching onto Calixto and co out that way to the abbey and kind of get a little bit of that. That kind of beautiful sightseeing. That makes me feel like I'm still part of a county is heavily rural, and then I can reach into the city centre, get a Bush for pound ends up doing all of the harassing things like going round coal and gang up. So the as smashed down this tiny coupled street and then kind of reached back again in the morning and go to round her get, get free to a park, and then me everyone in Headingley the Brunell social club for pine. And some of the the best bums in the city all there. So I think in a way it feels to me like it's more my pass no tests, but I understand that things like drinking going to see music that you like plays that you love visiting some stunning out texture quite commonly shared around this country. Like it's prophecy is a bit less than the sum of its paws. I think because it's surrounded by big towns with their own identity in big cities, it's not this regional poll. If you live in Bradford, you'll go out and Bradford Sam with Sheffield, almost really disown with Huddersfield and even Halifax like these aren't failing towns where to have out you had to go to lead. So it's not got that massive pull, but it's a good identity as a city. You'll never find someone who went to you neither from outside who said, there's this massive town gowns play or anything like that. It's got a pretty sensible counsel. They're doing decent regeneration is in ruining the town center, you know, sort of lending. Old drag out malls around town. It's a pretty well run place his wicket night out. It's a really fun place to drink. I'm still cheap. Like if you have a good night, I lead and you, you messed up that is at drawn. I can see why people don't fall in love with that. There's not some amazing identity or some amazing..
"yorkshire" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Just weeks ago if you had visited the site you would have seen a very old large rock bouncing impressively near the edge of a cliff but it is not there now it is at the bottom of the cliff and it is in pieces police say several young people pushed it off katherine barber is a ranger at the brim rocks the site in north yorkshire england we reached her in harrogate babar first of all for those who haven't seen these broom him rocks can you describe what they look like okay let's quite difficult to do but if you haven't seen them there's lots of different patents within the cause being created by wind erosion the window asian exploits weaknesses within the bedding planes of the cassette is quite a lot bit polls at what we call an bedding planes exposed in the rocks said the textures on the it's a quite quite kava quite nice to and the they make the routes look different every single angle disquiet a few in the main rocks amu it covers about point eight to the heck fairly large and this loss of different experts within the area the family kind of dark gray color into the grit stone that they all made of yeah the quite unique on lots of different shapes that can seem within the been given names cynthia toward in times and other fascinating to look at and you wonder if they don't top over on their own but in fact one toppled over north on its own can you tell us what happened to this particular rock so as you say some of them quite an gravity defying on their own and some of them actually they can be moved by just pushing them gently and rocking stones and that happens because they're quite evenly balanced with white so there's one particular rocking stone that some it's been around since well ten thousand years ago in various foams on it's been named the rookie stan since for hundreds of years but unfortunately a couple of weeks ago we had some fairly enthusiastic visitors who wrote so much eventually fell talk the rocket was balanced on on exploited on the ground with them taking the difference outcrop with it so it's made quite a mess on the ground with lots of them have fractured rockin them broken off on the.
"yorkshire" Discussed on The Tip Off
"We had more than twenty local journalists so ball untaes research researching what was during on from yorkshire to cumbria them in them to blackpool they were findings really interesting things a low income gap when firms from the popular like who think that back and prime steak hitting classes on an economy on ball gotten our current facing time rebel primus at war meanwhile been completed spending on refugees by that icu if our say how can increase in party been fake about eight years now um i'm not mean that it is not keeping pace with the of koshnick curtain a why quickening neograph each combination of away from match hiding in the event a cry i hope we will look came up domestic abuse milking book we found in various rida huge wise incomes riposte to the police about domestic abuse are we start one were huge manager who have some shouted the crooks know you could launch year they have to one hundred porch old women and ninety eight two hundred m who who needed help 'em yeah well we spoke care what several shifts to see what can election region and they were telling us that they've also seen them she bid according to fight so if they let refuges be able to take care of your people that the having to tempt away particularly people who've come complex needs like people to disability uh message saying to us but yeah they ready to genuine did you feel it put lives at risk so we get dcb and we're almost ready to publish i'm still talking to the women from the kensington and chelsea shelter regularly.
"yorkshire" Discussed on KELO
"The shape shifting aspects of the creature sure in fact there was a we're will report out of hole in yorkshire england and seven separate eye witnesses claimed to have spotted an eight foot tall creature there was lurking in an abandoned industrial area area outside the center of hall yorkshire england owed and once again this is back to the old stories in scotland and wales the called the the wolf creek your old stinker and uh according to some of the legends this bad breath creature browse the yorkshire word were the yorkshire words and a lot of locals have seen it so the lonely banks of the bombs to drain that's a watershed was built in seventy nine beauty to dry out salt marshes that's where they started seeing the creature and the use of give this they usually seeded creature in cycles and they see it around november december from november through december some say it's cramp that's that's another thing that they ended the cramped position real and they see crammed puts this horn the devil this his dog face goat phrase double a woman there claimed that it was standing upright one moment in the next to his down on all fours running like a dog she said she was terrifying quickie inner shoe she claims it bounded along on all fours then stopped and reared up onto its back legs before running down the embankment towards the water it vaulted thirty feet over the other side and bandaged up being boegman in over a wall into some allotments couple their sought something tallin harry eating a german shepherd whenever this was it eight eight german shepherd the dog was ripped to shreds and the creature was eating the german shepherd they stop to get a closer look at saw jump an eight eight put high fence before vanishing into the night is praise still the dog parts of the dog had any legs which dillon's jaws a woman walking dog along the water spotted something half manhalf dog she was terrified her pit beyond shaking and refused to go any further along the path now locals planned a we're will punt with cameras recording equipment people were keeping diaries of sightings by people around the area what is who say that when the creature.
"yorkshire" Discussed on KTRH
"The creature in fact there was a will report out of whole in yorkshire england and seven separate eye witnesses claimed to have spotted an eight foot tall creature there was lurking in an abandoned industrial area area outside the center of hall yorkshire england showed and once again this is back to the old stories in scotland and wales it called the the wool creature old stinker and uh according to some of the legends this bad breath creature browse the yorkshire word were uh the yorkshire words at a lot of locals have seen it the lonely banks of the bombs to drain as a watershed it was built in seventy ninety eight to dry out salt marshes that's where they started seeing the creature and the use of get this they usually seeded creature in cycles and they see it around november december from november through december some say it's cramp it's that's that's another thing to say that vikram positions real and they see cramp was this horn the devil this is dog face goat phase devil a woman their claims that it was standing upright one moment in the next to his down on all fours running like a dog she said she was terrifying quickie inner shoe she claims it bounded along on all fours then stopped and reared up onto its back legs before running down the embankment towards the water it vaulted thirty feet over the other side and vantage w bank minute over a wall into some allotments couple their sought something tallin harry eating a german shepherd whatever this was it eight eight german shepherd the dog was ripped to shreds and the creature was eating the german shepherd they stop to get a closer look at saw jump in eight eight put high fence before vanishing into the night is praise still the dog parts of the dog had any legs were still in its jaws a woman walkie dog along the watercourse spotted something half manhalf dog she was terrified her pet began shaking and refused to go any further along the path now local plan aware wolf hunt with cameras recording equipment people are keeping diaries of sightings by people around the area witnesses say that when the creature transforms his upper body is more wolf than man similar to the.
"yorkshire" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"I think we're why white white roses aren't we in yorkshire ira you can remember because of game of thrones its atlantis turn stark a lancaster and yorker in what i don't remember what color leinster star cutler said it doesn't help my rise of memory system that doesn't as just another thing do you remember i don't remember that size how you by gauges did you think young people are going to get i mean it feels like with the carbon things but especially that was young people going behind him a little bit i mean i know are slightly critical in the show which are now young people generation getting really behind something does mean that we can lose slightly less badly than we expected today that's really been mindblowing g didn't get trounced yes do you think you will because it just feels to me i was on as the clock showed breaking news the other day and we have to complete quite an elderly audience and we have to completely saying saying someone like fifty percent of old pre of people over people have fifty five don't care about and then went had found in the banks and i said anything but themselves and the oldest and find it funny but over the people around it but it but you know it feels like it feels like those by i mean he's very much that baby boomer generation of the people in who've had this kind of charmed life front in the '60s all the way through everything's gone their way and now the solve pulling out the draw the pulling up the ladder one else can get up that letter were pulling up the ladder setting fire to the latter hovering all ladder manuals systematically underfunding every large fact retrospectively denying the existence of ladders wallclimbing the in their day they were simply better at jump.
"yorkshire" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Guests at a quick and easy way to place a mobile or online order for take out or delivery of their favorite menu items all day every day with denny's ondemand new online ordering your diner favorites are available at your fingertips visit denny's dot com and click to order online or download the denny's what moons over miami is another dish they have they do let's move on this by brian elwood about our was people in england are concerned the queen was riding in a car without a seatbelt the depart the police of the department of yorkshire could firm someone reported the emergency even though the queen was needed in west yorkshire but according to british law even if police did care about the incident civil and criminal proceedings can't be taken against the queen according to uk law danny was somebody trying to protect the queen or they were trying to knock on the queen the queen's pretty old mmhmm and what is like a million years old dea one of the few things that i river for my grandma which she got old she would always say i just want to die and i'm not kidding if the clash with my grandma whites say to living dangerously galvano because she had enough really yeah she's like dunking every and when you're that old it's not like he can be like i'm going to go budgie jump pick today now you're riddled they will not allow you to go bungee jumping but if she's like i'm going to ride in the like one of the few things dangerous i can still do as a.
"yorkshire" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"And health and i'll tell you right now you probably not going to be able to dozen balance the way the the the guru's all suggest that it might be able to you can grind balance but when you're growing when you're dealing if it's not always that simple you know we would joke about this i am the resident single experienced pro right a been divorced for things eight years now involved in a on occasional guan data would whatever and i have a couple of my dates say to me you don't have time for me the imf ferrick yorkshire's too busy in your business i think that's a fair assessment i think that there is a time and place for everything we make time for what's important to us to think everybody would agree with that and right now they're right especially if you leave with that you're absolutely right that art right now on building a business of building a company that is going to be sustainable in highly valuable talking about seventy figures valuable in the future and so if that's going to be the case now's the time for that i also believe that if the right person came on a priorities are always able to reallocate so what's another sign that you're ready to grow your skill your business will look your bank account is.
"yorkshire" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Than got an arm and china these places where they do these things it's you know have tied the scope of any power to in and they get away with it and we drive the business finally product so i think that's how i really got into the animal protection mode and once you're in it you know it's a day to day for life is when you catch a sudden i'm not interested anymore and it's like you get it it it you know you go to sleep with that you wake up with right and looking on the street to you that you know they have an example they have an example right just look around you see the example yeah walking down the street you see done being yanked by the collar you're like a hey yeah i saw a woman in a arc that had a little yorkshire terry art it was winter and the yorkshire terrier had a being coached tells and i'm looking at this well into something see it and oh well he'll to you know how pre side and that night and i'm going to woman is giving her dog i'm in cut now what does that speak period has that that that have popped to that's not how pocket we have much of a gift connect there to go to connect between the alamo for me sleepwear that love that are home and the animals that we can film good are cultic there's no connection of a doubt when there should be said no difference between how oh man hey all of and a option terrier field but both have the same tension doing my destiny his reason to cause and thing the whole time you were speaking i was listening.