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Annie Kelly takes us on a road trip to Cressbrook, Derbyshire, where a pilled community of wannabe farmers have somehow purchased land within the Peak District National Park. The group is led by former reality television star Rachel Elnaugh, an entrepreneur who appeared on the BBC television show “Dragon's Den.” How will the residents of Cressbrook take to a group of strangers who fully intend to turn their cherished landscapes into an ‘apocalypse-ready' farm? Find out in part one of this two part saga brought to you by our beloved UK host. Subscribe for $5 a month to get an extra episode of QAA every week + access to our archive of premium episodes and ongoing series like PERVERTS, Manclan, Trickle Down and The Spectral Voyager: https://www.patreon.com/QAA Music by Pontus Berghe and NAP. Editing by Corey Klotz. https://qanonanonymous.com
Newscast brings you daily analysis of the latest news stories from the BBC. Today, we look at what's next for Ofsted. This follows an inquest into the death of head teacher Ruth Perry which ruled that Ofsted contributed to her death. The BBC's education editor Branwen Jeffreys, professor of Sociology of Education at UCL Institute of Education, Alice Bradbury, and executive principal of Passmores cooperative, Vic Goddard, join Adam to discuss the future of the schools regulator. And the sports minister of Saudi Arabia has denied accusations of sportswashing after his country won the right the host the 2034 World Cup. The Athletic's senior football news reporter Matt Slater breaks down why Saudi Arabia are investing in sport. You can join our Newscast online community here: https://tinyurl.com/newscastcommunityhere Today's Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming. It was made by Jack Maclaren with Joe Wilkinson and Natasa Simovic. The technical producer was Matt Hewitt. The senior news editors are Jonathan Aspinwall and Sam Bonham.
Not far down the BBC's list of 100 Women for 2023 is 31 year old Christchurch-based indigenous rights and disability advocate Kera Sherwood-O'Regan (Kai Tahu). Kera is the co-founder of Activate, a social impact agency intent on climate justice and creating social change. Kera's practice is grounded in a Te Ao Maori approach to the mainstream climate conversation. She argues minorities are most affected by climate change but can make a big difference in the fight against it.
To hear the full discussion, please join us on Patreon at - https://www.patreon.com/posts/patreon-mouin-94287604 Palestinian analyst Mouin Rabbani shares his insights into Israel's war on Palestine, the hostage negotiations and what the hell Antony Blinken is thinking. But first Iraqi journalist and medic Ahmed Twaij draws on his experience as a journalist and medic in Iraq to explain why Hamas is not Isis and what it's like to try to treat people in times of war. Mouin Rabbani (https://twitter.com/MouinRabbani) is a researcher and analyst specializing in the contemporary Middle East. He has previously served as Principal Political Affairs Officer with the Office of the UN Special Envoy for Syria, Head of Middle East with Crisis Management Initiative/Martti Ahtisaari Centre, and Senior Middle East Analyst and Special Advisor on Israel-Palestine with the International Crisis Group. He is Senior Fellow with the Institute for Palestine Studies, Co-Editor of Jadaliyya, Contributing Editor of Middle East Report, Associate Fellow of the European Council on Foreign Relations, and Policy Advisor to Al-Shabaka - The Palestinian Policy Network. He is also a member of the UN Mediation Roster. Rabbani has published, presented, and commented widely on Middle East issues, including for most major global media. Link to Mouin Rabbani's podcast: https://www.jadaliyya.com/Author/11848 Ahmed Twaij (https://twitter.com/twaiji) is an independent freelance journalist. His work has been published in numerous outlets including The Independent, The Guardian, New York Times, Vice, BBC, Kerning Cultures and many more. His work focuses on US politics, social justice issues and the Middle East. He zealously tells stories as a means to promote equality, as well as holding those in power to account. His work has taken him across the US, UK, Europe and the Middle East. Ahmed is also passionate about photography and filmmaking and has previously worked with a number of international humanitarian and human rights organizations. He is currently working as a director of an, as yet, undisclosed feature length documentary produced by multiple Oscar winning John Battsek. He is also developing a podcast series on Racism in the Arab World. After initially graduating as a medical doctor from Imperial College London in 2012, Ahmed found his passion in storytelling and became a self-taught journalist. He also holds a bachelor's degree in Medical Humanities. After working as a doctor in London for a number of years, Ahmed began volunteering abroad, namely helping with the refugee crisis across Europe, where he developed his desire for storytelling. This passion drove Ahmed to pursue a master's degree in Conflict, Security and Development, with Global Health. Ahmed has also produced and directed a number of videos for which he has been nominated for awards, as well as podcasts. His photography has been featured in various exhibitions across the globe. Ahmed is a member of the Everyday Projects and is manager of everydayiraq, an online social media platform dedicated to shedding light on the daily life of Iraqis and providing a new narrative for the nation. The project has been featured by numerous international outlets, including BBC and Metro. ***Please support The Katie Halper Show *** For bonus content, exclusive interviews, to support independent media & to help make this program possible, please join us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/thekatiehalpershow Get your Katie Halper Show Merch here! https://katiehalper.myspreadshop.com/all Follow Katie on Twitter: @kthalps
(00:00:00 - 00:00:35) Intro (00:00:36 - 00:00:00) GET READY: Spotify video is back next week! (00:02:00 - 00:03:40) Never taking down the Christmas tree (00:03:41 - 00:05:32) Weekend plans: Parlays and dad Christmas stuff (00:05:33 - 00:06:26) Pat has some brand new amigos TWO FACTOR (00:06:27 - 00:14:36) UK, US sanction Russian hackers over years-long FSB cyberespionage campaign, which saw efforts to meddle in British politics (00:16:39 - 00:19:30) Singapore went all in on the Olympics in the 90s - they haven't won a single gold medal since they invested millions. (00:19:31 - 00:25:00) Venice gondola capsizes after tourists refuse to sit down and stop taking selfies (00:27:13 - 00:35:30) Liv Morgan: Man caught in Snapchat relationship with a fake WWE female wrestler by a TikToker (00:37:06 - 00:37:30) George Santos cameos
Britain in 2023 is a country where much has gone wrong and it is not a happy place. Gavin Esler, former BBC news presenter, has noticed and written a book, Britain is Better Than This, about how so much went wrong. In this FRDH podcast he explains why to host Michael Goldfarb.
More than 70,000 Nigerians crossed into northern Cameroon fleeing Boko Haram attacks eight years ago. As they settled in Minawao as refugees, there was a different hostility to contend with in the form of difficult desert conditions, with nowhere to hide their heads when the sun was scorching. They however opted to join forces to plant trees and build what is now known as The Green Refugee Camp.In today's Africa Daily podcast, Alan Kasujja speaks to one of the refugees Isaac Luka who gives an account how step-by-step refugees embraced tree planting to counter a hot climate, and now the initiative is providing jobs, shade, health and food for hundreds of refugees and local families.Alan also speaks to the BBC's Henry Ekambi to understand how Minawao looked before the refugees arrived, and to an expert who shares insights into what it takes to successfully plant trees in arid areas.
Wir beginnen den ersten Teil des Programms mit einer Diskussion über die politische Zukunft des Gazastreifens. Danach sprechen wir über die Organisation der Klimakonferenz COP28 und die dort getroffenen Aussagen. Im wissenschaftlichen Teil des Programms diskutieren wir heute über ein einzigartiges Experiment, bei dem die Ergebnisse verschiedener Ernährungsweisen von 22 Paaren genetisch identischer Zwillinge miteinander verglichen wurden. Und zum Schluss werden wir über ChatGPT sprechen. Was hat der Chatbot, den es jetzt seit einem Jahr gibt, der Welt gebracht? Im zweiten Teil unseres Programms, „Trending in Germany“, sprechen wir heute über die Abschiedsshow des Moderators Thomas Gottschalk von „WETTEN DASS..?“, die von 12,1 Millionen Zuschauern verfolgt wurde. Außerdem sprechen wir über die Auszeichnung der trendigsten Stadtviertel weltweit, die das Time Out Magazine vor kurzem vergeben hat. Deutschland ist mit dem Berliner Stadtbezirk Neukölln vertreten. Diese Wahl hat einige überrascht, da Neukölln von vielen als ein Problembezirk angesehen wird. Die politische Zukunft des Gazastreifens bleibt unklar Chef eines Ölkonzerns aus den VAE leitet die UN-Klimakonferenz Neue Studie vergleicht unterschiedliche Ernährungsweisen von Zwillingen Ein Jahr nach der Veröffentlichung von ChatGPT hält die Kontroverse um das Programm an Thomas Gottschalk verabschiedet sich von WETTEN DASS..? Neukölln ist mit dabei
Comenzaremos la primera parte con una discusión sobre el futuro político de Gaza. A continuación, hablaremos de la organización de la COP28, y de las declaraciones hechas durante la conferencia. La noticia de ciencia del programa se centra en un experimento único en el que participaron 22 pares de gemelos genéticamente idénticos, y en el que se compararon diferentes tipos de dieta. Ha pasado un año desde el lanzamiento de ChatGPT. Discutamos lo que ha aportado. En la segunda parte del programa –Trending in Spain– hablaremos de algunas contradicciones. En la primera noticia, discutiremos si el uso de móviles en niños y adolescentes es adecuado, y si es necesario una legislación en edades tempranas. En la segunda noticia, comentaremos la gran rivalidad que se ha creado en algunas ciudades españolas para lucir el árbol de Navidad más alto y con más luces de todos. El futuro político de Gaza sigue sin estar claro Un ejecutivo emiratí del petróleo, al frente de la Conferencia sobre el Cambio Climático de la ONU Un estudio compara a gemelos que siguen dietas diferentes Un año después del lanzamiento de ChatGPT, la tormenta que ha provocado continúa Petición de prohibición de móviles Guerra de árboles navideños
Well, here we go. It's the beginning of the end. The last ever 6 episodes is upon us. Our next 6 weeks together are going to be brilliant. A time to reflect but also embrace so let's do that and welcome the incredible Neil Forsyth. Neil is an astonishing author and writer of so many things. You've seen the award winning TV show Guilt (with past TSP guest Mark Bonnar)? That's his. The incredible BBC show The Gold (with past TSP guest Jack Lowden)? That's his. Craig and Neil met up in Soho, London to discuss all things writing, creating and what happens when you write a show, film and show and then that show doesn't air. But first, they start with a joke …. Craig Parkinson If you've enjoyed listening to this episode then please click through to patreon.com/twoshotpod to make a donation to the running costs of the show. You'll get bonus podcast audio, pictures, videos and some shiny TSP merch in return. Nice one. Get in touch... Facebook - search 'Two Shot Podcast' Twitter - @twoshotpod Instagram - @twoshotpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As part of the BBC's 100 Women season, Mercy Juma in Nairobi talks to three leading activists from Africa. What are the particular effects of Climate Change on women? Are their voices being heard? And what positive action can be taken?Presenter: Mercy Juma Guests: Dr Susan Chomba, World Resources Institute; Dr Sahondra Kiplagat, Environmental Psychologist and Lecturer at University of Nairobi; Temilade Salami, Founder of the Ecochampions mentorship programme for youth climate leaders across Africa. Producers for 100 Women: Valeria Perasso, Paula Adamo Idoeta Series Producer for The Climate Question: Simon Watts Sound Mix: Neil Churchill and BBC Nairobi Engineers Team
The waiting is the hardest part. Ross Cleaver and James Randall discuss the apocalypse, palace intrigue, and the charm of 80’s BBC television in this episode about John Christopher’s The Prince in Waiting (1970). John McCoy with Ross Cleaver and James Randall.
Professor Saleemul Huq, director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development in Bangladesh, has died. He was instrumental in pushing for a loss and damages fund for vulnerable countries affected by climate change. Last year's COP27 climate conference made a pledge to set up this fund. But, as yet, there is not one in place. Marnie Chesterton speaks to BBC climate reporter Esme Stallard about Professor Huq's legacy, and where the money will come from for a loss and damages fund. We also hear about an unusual snail that's looking for love, with the help of matchmaking academic Dr Angus Davison. He's hoping to find a suitor for the mollusc. Marnie talks to Lev Parikian, author of Taking Flight: The Evolutionary Story of Life on the Wing, which has been shortlisted for this year's Royal Society Trivedi Science Book Prize. Geneticist, Professor Giles Yeo, who recently cycled from Land's End to John O'Groats with two glucose monitors attached to his arms, gives us an update on his research. He wanted to find out how diet and exercise affected his body's sugar levels. Presenter: Marnie Chesterton Producers: Hannah Robins, Harrison Lewis and Alice Lipscombe-Southwell Editor: Richard Collings Production Co-ordinator: Jana Bennett-Holesworth BBC Inside Science is produced in collaboration with the Open University.
Today I'm talking about SAD, also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder because I was recently asked to explain it on BBC morning TV. It's surprisingly common and debilitating for millions of people in the UK alone, and frustratingly there is not too much known about the cause and a real lack of research.SAD is also referred to as Winter Depression and may have similarities to depression in the way of symptoms, but it's hard to determine whether there are similarities in the mechanism that drives the symptoms themselves.Today I'll talk about the proposed causes, evidence for diet and lifestyle interventions and what you can do today to help yourselves.
On Health Check we often cover the outbreak of a mystery illness or unusual health event that has occurred somewhere across the globe. But how do we know when these illnesses are serious and how are they identified and investigated? Claudia Hammond speaks to Dr. Jarod Hanson from the Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases (ProMED) about how they scan and review information related to global health security. This follows news about an outbreak of anthrax in the Kyotera district of Uganda. We hear from those who have been affected.Claudia is joined by BBC health reporter, Dr. Smitha Mundasad. They discuss the news that the UK Biobank has unveiled unparalleled new data from whole genome sequencing of its half a million participants. They hear from Dr. Maik Pietzner about why this data is so important for genetic research – his research into the cause of Raynaud's phenomenon was possible because of the data.New research from the University of Washington has looked at how unfiltered air from rush-hour traffic significantly increases passengers' blood pressure, both while in the car and up to 24 hours later. And a new paper released in the journal Nature suggests that a new method to analyse the ageing of organs in humans may allow us to better predict disease risk and the effects of ageing.Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Clare Salisbury Assistant Producer: Jonathan Blackwell
Today on Newscast, the former Prime Minister Boris Johnson gives evidence to the Covid inquiry in the first of a two-day questioning of his government's handling of the pandemic. Adam is joined by the BBC's health reporter Jim Reed as well as Alex Thomas from the Institute for Government and The FT's Lucy Fisher to unpack the key issues and what we've learnt from his evidence. And, the government has published emergency Rwanda legislation which makes clear that in UK law, Rwanda is a safe country for asylum seekers. Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick resigns, arguing the bill doesn't go far enough. Adam and his guests react to this breaking news.You can join our Newscast online community here: https://tinyurl.com/newscastcommunityhere Today's Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming. It was made by Jack Maclaren with Gemma Roper, Hanna Ward and Sam McLaren. The technical producer was Michael Regaard. The senior news editors are Jonathan Aspinwall and Sam Bonham.
On this episode of The AUXORO Podcast, Mike Corey, aka Fearless & Far, discusses hunting baboons with the Hadza of Tanzania, stealing scrap metal with Angolan Shiprweckers, getting shot at while camping in Satan's Castle, what it feels like to be on a triple dose of ayahuasca, how to make relationships work alongside adventure, and more. SUPPORT THE AUXORO PODCAST BY SUBSCRIBING TO AUXORO PREMIUM (BONUS EPISODES & EXCLUSIVE CONTENT): https://auxoro.supercast.com/ Guest Bio: Mike Corey (Fearless & Far) is an adventurer, BBC television host, and filmmaker. Mike is also the co-host of the show 'Against The Odds,' which showcases thrilling moments of survival that push human resilience to the limits. FEARLESS & FAR LINKSYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/@fearlessandfarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/fearlessandfar/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fearlessandfarPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/fearlessandfarAgainst The Odds: https://pod.link/1553335461 THE AUXORO PODCAST LINKS:Apple: https://apple.co/3B4fYju Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3zaS6sPOvercast: https://bit.ly/3rgw70DYoutube: https://bit.ly/3lTpJdjAUXORO Premium: https://auxoro.supercast.com/Website: https://www.auxoro.com/ AUXORO SOCIAL LINKS:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/auxoroYouTube: https://bit.ly/3CLjEqFFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/auxoromagNewsletter: https://www.auxoro.com/thesourceYouTube: https://bit.ly/3CLjEqF To support the show, please leave a review on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. This nudges the algorithm to show The AUXORO Podcast to more new listeners and is the best way to help the show grow. It takes 30 seconds and the importance of getting good reviews cannot be overstated. Thank you for your support:Review us on Apple Podcasts: https://bit.ly/458nbhaReview us on Spotify: https://bit.ly/43ZLrAt
End of Days Markers Round Robin of Stories Push for Bestiality: Peter Singer urged followers to read and ponder an article promoting bestiality, which prompted a tidal wave of disgust from users who blasted it as sick. Love of Many Wax Cold: A five year old stabbed and killed his twin brother in a tragic sibling fight. A young lady said these kids are wicked, evil, disrespectful, and morals are gone, and the mainstream media is normalizing pedophilia by treating it with love and compassion. Normalizing Pedo's: The mainstream media is actively pushing an agenda to normalize pedophilia, and the Huffington Post, New York Times and vice are all publishing articles on the subject. The BBC = pedophiles need help, not condemnation. Transgenderism is a war on women, and homosexuals are being used as pawns in the game. If you're homosexual, go to SJWellFire and type in HIV, and you'll see how HIV was a genocide against homosexuals. Drag gospel singer tops charts Christian charts Lawlessness and Deception : A shocking new report from the New York Times claims that Israel obtained the blue print for Hamas plans more than a full year before the October 7th assault. Of course they did because they fund Hamas. War in the Catholic Church: A Catholic college is accepting men who identify as women at their women's college. From LGBTQ nation, the headline Good News is that Hope is evicting viciously anti-LGBTQ Cardinal from his home and yanking his pay. If you're gay, go to SJWellFire.com and type in HIV. Witchcraft and Abortion: The next demonic story, Beyond Evil, demonstrates the end of days by teaching girls, young women, about how abortion is a blood sacrifice. Cosmopolitan is promoting a satanic abortion ritual and it's as evil as you'd expect.
In honor of Doctor Who's 60th anniversary, I've rewritten my 2018 episode about Doctor Who with updates on how the series has evolved, and new insights I've had about Doctor Who since I made this episode -- and since The Doctor has become one of my personal favorite characters. Media critic Emmet Asher-Perrin explains how the history of The Doctor's regenerations over 60 years is a story about an alien being who is striving to be better but keeps overshooting the mark. I talk with Emmet's partner Sylas K. Barrett and comedian Riley Silverman about how The Doctor's gender transitions have been an apt metaphor for the transgender experience. Also, Nick Randall of the BBC and SNS Online, historian Robin Bunce, and playwright Mac Rogers talk about the show's significance culturally, and what it means to them as fans. Get two memberships for the price of one at MasterClass.com/Imagine. Go to ShipStation.com and use the code "Imaginary" to sign up for a free 60-day trial. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Three decades after the momentous transition from Apartheid to a democratic South Africa, Fergal Keane returns to see what happened to the hopes and promises of a better nation. In a famous speech thirty years ago, as he collected the Nobel Peace Prize, Nelson Mandela spoke of a “common humanity” in which all South Africans would live “like the children of paradise.” As the BBC's South Africa correspondent at the time, Fergal Keane, along with his colleague and friend Milton Nkosi, lived through some of the country's most desperate times. It was a period of extreme violence and loss, but also of great hope. Now Fergal and Milton travel through the country, re-visiting some of the places and people they encountered in the lead up to the end of Apartheid. Through this series they will explore how and why paradise was lost. Presenter: Fergal Keane Producer: John Murphy
A journalist in Khan Younis told the BBC the ground has been shaking. The UN human rights chief Volker Türk says there's a heightened risk of atrocities. Also: the former British prime minister, Boris Johnson, says sorry to the Covid inquiry into the pandemic, and the BBC has spoken to one of the few families to escape from North Korea this year.
This week on It Was a Thing on TV First, we cap our celebration of the Doctor Who 60th anniversary with a look at “The Curse of Fatal Death”, a Red Nose Day special from 1999. The Doctor's looking to settle down but can't stop regenerating, the Master is rebuilt with Dalek spare parts, and it's all going down on a planet with a special form of communication. The BBC got some amazing talent for this one-off that foresaw a lot of things. Then, November 29th marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of legendary ABC News anchor Frank Reynolds. Although this man has not been with us for the last 40 years he left a great legacy of journalism on TV that lives on today with World News Tonight as one of the program's three founding co-anchors. We will showcase some of his great moments on this special episode of It Was a Thing on TV. Follow us at all our socials via our Linktree page at linktr.ee/itwasathingontv Timestamps 0:36: - Doctor Who: The Curse of Fatal Death 29:39 - This Week in Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour History 32:59 - Mid-Show Classic Christmas Commercial Break 35:31 - The Frank Reynolds Centennial
With extensive expertise in electronic, acoustic, and live music, Matt stands out as a seasoned professional sound engineer and producer. His journey began as a studio assistant at EMI Music Publishing studios in the mid-90s, where he had the opportunity to work with renowned artists like Jamiroquai, Primal Scream, Elastica, Guru's Jazzmatazz, and the Bluetones. Transitioning to freelance work, Matt honed his skills in top London recording studios and became an engineer. He contributed to mixes for artists such as Tin Tin Out, The Corrs, Grant Nelson, Jungle Brothers, and even remixed an early UK Garage hit for Whitney Houston. In the year 2000, Matt took on a pivotal role as the chief engineer at the prestigious UK record label MWA. In this capacity, he was entrusted with the management of two state-of-the-art studios, where his expertise and meticulous approach played a crucial role in ensuring the highest standards of audio production. As the chief engineer, Matt not only oversaw the day-to-day operations of these remarkable studios but also held the vital responsibility of quality control for the label's output, with numerous major label collaborations and joint projects. As the UK urban scene flourished in the new millennium, Matt collaborated with notable artists like Ms Dynamite, So Solid Crew, Lemar, Estelle, KRS One, Big Brovaz, Terri Walker, and worked on projects with Cold Cut, The Gorillaz, Lifford David, and Roebeck. His talent also extended to recording and mixing the BBC 1 Idents, broadcast over 100,000 times. In recent years, Matt has continued to work with top UK and international artists, building a reputation for his exceptional sonic skills. He has maintained his excellence through collaborations with Miloco Studios, writing gear reviews for Tape Op magazine, and teaching an 'Advanced Mixing Course' at the London School of Sound. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: Working in live sound vs. studio Being an assistant at EMI's demo studio How to get big, balanced low-end How analog recording affects your top-end How to get your kick and bass to work well with each other Sidechaining low-end Using harmonic enhancement The importance of adding mid-range to your bass Creating contrast with EQ and automation Using sidechained dynamic EQ Why you should always reach for volume and panning before other plugins Getting vocals to sound clear and focused His go-to compressors for vocals Dealing with sibilance Using stock plugins To learn more about Matt Foster, visit: https://realmix.online/ For tips on how to improve your mixes, visit https://masteryourmix.com/ Looking for 1-on-1 feedback and training to help you create pro-quality mixes? Check out my new coaching program Amplitude and apply to join: https://masteryourmix.com/amplitude/ Download your FREE copy of the Ultimate Mixing Blueprint: https://masteryourmix.com/blueprint/ Get your copy of the #1 Amazon bestselling book, The Mixing Mindset – The Step-By-Step Formula For Creating Professional Rock Mixes From Your Home Studio: https://masteryourmix.com/mixingmindsetbook/ Join the FREE MasterYourMix Facebook community: https://links.masteryourmix.com/community To make sure that you don't miss an episode, make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or on Android. Have your questions answered on the show. Send them to email@example.com Thanks for listening! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes!
What's the best way to deal with player power building in the dressing room? Which of our hosts saw team-mates actively celebrating when they found out their manager had been sacked? And how on earth did Micah Richards end up in a chart-topping music video? Also, after the sex noises prank during the group stage draw for the Euros, Gary reflects on exactly what was going through his mind when it happened to him live on the BBC last season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Residents in Khan Younis have told the BBC they're scared and hungry and don't know what to do. Also: Washington is to refuse visas for extremist Israeli settlers who have attacked Palestinians, and we hear about the rise of Rolex ripping in central London.
The home secretary, James Cleverly has signed a new asylum treaty with the Rwandan government in an attempt to address the concerns of the Supreme Court.Adam is joined by former home office advisor Claire Pearsall and the BBC's West Africa correspondent Mayeni Jones to unpack what's in the treaty and why it matters.And what's happening at COP28? The BBC's climate editor Justin Rowlatt and former political strategist to the UNFCC Tom Rivett-Carnac explain what has been going on at the climate conference. You can join our Newscast online community here: https://tinyurl.com/newscastcommunityhere Today's Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming. It was made by Chris Gray with Sam McLaren, Gemma Roper and Joe Wilkinson. The technical producer was Mike Regaard. The senior news editors are Jonathan Aspinwall and Sam Bonham.
The Premier League signed a record set of media rights deals with Comcast and Warner Bros. Discovery for $8.5 billion over four years. BBC will receive a highlights package, but Amazon is notably not part of the new deals, despite being a current Premier League broadcaster. We also take a look at the fallout from Florida State's exclusion from the College Football Playoff and the Arizona Coyotes' latest attempt to leave the 4,600-capacity Mullett Arena. Plus, Buchalter commercial real estate attorney and shareholder Keven Rowe discusses the phenomenon of large, “mini-city” stadium and arena projects that include housing, restaurants, and hotels.
Proverbs 9:10-12 says, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding. For through wisdom, your days will be many, and years will be added to your life. If you are wise, your wisdom will reward you; if you are a mocker, you alone will suffer.” This is a great scripture to stand on, even when looking at things like the COP28 agreement and the shutting down of America's coal plants.Something else is happening at COP28: the United Nations is suggesting you eat less meat. In fact, I will tell you how many hamburgers the UN thinks you should be eating per year. I think you will be surprised. Of course, it starts with suggestions and then it moves to people like this: Steven Gilbuilt, Minister of Environment and Climate Change. He claims the government putting money on top of something and giving the money back to itself is not a tax; it's just “pricing.” I will also tell you about what is now being done to hide the sudden deaths from Covid, an important court case in Texas, and a fake Donald Trump.What does God's Word say? Proverbs 9:10-12The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.11 For through wisdom your days will be many, and years will be added to your life.12 If you are wise, your wisdom will reward you; if you are a mocker, you alone will suffer.Genesis 1:26-28 26 Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals,[a] and over all the creatures that move along the ground.”27 So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.28 God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground.”Episode 1,253 Links:COP28 UN climate summit to officially target meat eating! ‘Nations will be told to curb their excessive appetite for meat' to enforce UN plan for ‘food's climate transition'Steven Gilbuilt, Minister of Environment and Climate Change on the Carbon Dioxide Tax which he pretends is “pricing.” BlackRock's Plan For An Additional $4 Trillion In Climate InvestmentFake Obituaries Are Being Created to Conceal Cases of "Died Suddenly"; Who is paying fake websites in India, Vietnam and elsewhere to write fake obituaries? Dr. Makis compiles ten shocking stories."It's a trojan horse for globalism, led by the UN and their puppet masters". Australian senator, Alex Antic, utterly obliterates the "man-made climate change" hoax in the Australian parliament.Texas Sues Pfizer for Allegedly Misrepresenting Its COVID-19 Vaccine's Efficacy; Texas attorney general says Pfizer gave false impression of vaccine's efficacy.A misleading BBC headline.These children are starting school unable to speak because of lockdown and our response to COVID, rather than COVID itself. An important distinction.Big Pharma and Big Government link up for a Winter 'Tripledemic' sales spree; Triple the vaxxes for the "tripledemic," for the sake of $cience.Stephen Colbert cancels the "Late Show" due to suffering a ruptured appendix.EU were informed by big pharma there would be serious adverse events in the first 14 days. So EU chose not to record adverse events within first 14 days. Problem solved. mRNA vaccines are the most dangerous medical product ever forced upon the public.I am the father of the vaccine..." - Donald Trump ..."I guess that would make Dr. Fauci the MOTHER! So Tony and I had a baby... and we gave you the vaccine and saved BILLIONS of lives."4Patriots https://4Patriots.com/Todd See this week's discounts and deals before they are gone and get free shipping on orders over $97. 4Patriots.com/Todd Alan's Soaps https://alanssoaps.com/TODD Use coupon code ‘TODD' to save an additional 10% off the bundle price. BiOptimizers https://bioptimizers.com/todd Use promo code TODD for 10% off your order plus up to $100 of free product with purchase. Bonefrog https://bonefrogcoffee.com/todd Enter promo code TODD at checkout to receive 10% off your first purchase and save 15% on subscriptions. Bulwark Capital https://KnowYourRiskRadio.com Sign up for the final FREE Live Webinar of the year at KnowYourRiskRadio.com Space is limited. HumanN http://americalovesbeets.com Get a free 30-day supply of Superbeets Heart Chews and a free full-sized bag of Turmeric Chews only at http://americalovesbeets.com SOTA Weight Loss https://sotaweightloss.com SOTA Weight Loss is, say it with me now, STATE OF THE ART! GreenHaven Interactive Digital Marketing https://greenhaveninteractive.com Your Worldclass Website Will Get Found on Google!
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Paris attack Mother of suspect had reported concerns, prosecutor says CO28 president hits back at climate denial claims Ukraine war Soldier tells BBC of front line hell Rizz named word of the year 2023 by Oxford University Press US warship downs drones fired from Houthi held Yemen in Red Sea Billie Eilish accuses Variety of outing her in cover story Beyonc Meet the designer who made her sparkle on tour A young couples ordeal captivates Chinese internet Mount Marapi Eleven hikers killed as volcano erupts in Indonesia Israel Gaza live news Israeli forces pushing into southern Gaza
Adam talks with British comedian, presenter, artist, political mischief maker and returning friend of the podcast, Joe Lycett about his ideas for the live podcast shows, Pranktivism, social media, whether BBC balance should extend to Thanos from Avengers Infinity War, Werner Herzog's views on therapy, more on the mopping debate, and Joe's evolution as a fine artist. This conversation was recorded face-to-face in London on November 7th, 2023The dictaphone joke before the outro was told by Bill, the sound person on Travel Man.THIS EPISODE CONTAINS HUMOUR SOME MAY FIND OFFENSIVE!Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and conversation editing.Podcast artwork by Helen GreenADAM BUXTON PODCAST LIVE @ LONDON PALLADIUM, Tuesday 19th March, 2024RELATED LINKSJOE LYCETT OFFICIAL WEBSITEJOE LYCETT ON INSTAGRAMDAVID BECKHAM BREAKS SILENCE OVER JOE LYCETT'S MONEY SHREDDING STUNT - 2022 (SKY NEWS)MR BINGO WEBSITETEARDOWN GAME SITETHIS MACHINE DESTROYS EVERYTHING - (YOUTUBE)SATISFYING CARPET CLEANING - (YOUTUBE)THE EDGE OF EVERYTHING (RONNIE O'SULLIVAN DOCUMENTARY) OFFICIAL TRAILER - 2023 (YOUTUBE) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
PLEASE SHARE THIS LINK in your social media so others who loves strange and macabre stories can listen too:https://weirddarkness.com/creating-terrifying-urban-legend/IN THIS EPISODE: From monsters to ghosts, some scary urban legends and myths have been spooking out the masses for years — and for good reason, as they have backstories based on real figures and events. From Candyman to Slenderman, we'll look at a few of the most terrifying urban legends that are based on true tales, and we'll look into what it takes to create an urban legend of these magnitudes. (The True Stories Behind Terrifying Urban Legends) *** Unidentified Flying Objects have been around much longer than Roswell. Four centuries ago, before flying vehicles were known to even be possible, ancient Russia had quite a shock when they looked into the sky. (The Robozero Lake UFO of 1663) *** In St. James Episcopal Cemetery in Marietta, Georgia there is a grave that people say began to weep tears of blood when they got too close. (The Halloween Legend of Mary Meinert's Grave) *** A man believes he hears the sound of a car crash – but it shouldn't be impossible from where he lives. (The Unexplained Sound of a Crash) *** While serving a life sentence for the murder of 14-year-old Mary Ellen Deener, Lester Eubanks was granted a trip to an Ohio mall — then he vanished without a trace. (The Escape of Lester Eubanks) *** (Originally aired October 26, 2020)SOURCES AND REFERENCES FROM THE EPISODE…“The True Stories Behind Terrifying Urban Legends” by Marco Margaritoff for All That's Interesting: https://tinyurl.com/y65pg596 and Jake Rossen for Mental Floss: https://tinyurl.com/yy8w7d56“What Makes an Urban Legend” by David Robson for BBC.com: https://tinyurl.com/y44qhtxo“The Robozero Lake UFO of 1663” by A. Sutherland for Message to Eagle: https://tinyurl.com/y6zh7fct“The Halloween Legend of Mary Meinert's Grave” by Jessica Ferri for The Line Up: https://tinyurl.com/yyrlku7u“The Unexplained Sound of a Crash” by Ellen Lloyd for Ancient Pages: https://tinyurl.com/y6fyh9ae“The Escape of Lester Eubanks” by Marco Margaritoff for All That's Interesting: https://tinyurl.com/y4yvnfffVisit our Sponsors & Friends: https://weirddarkness.com/sponsorsJoin the Weird Darkness Syndicate: https://weirddarkness.com/syndicateAdvertise in the Weird Darkness podcast or syndicated radio show: https://weirddarkness.com/advertise= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music provided by Alibi Music Library, EpidemicSound and/or StoryBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony (https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ) Kevin MacLeod (https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu), Tony Longworth (https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7), and Nicolas Gasparini (https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8) is used with permission of the artists.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =OTHER PODCASTS I HOST…Paranormality Magazine: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/paranormalitymagMicro Terrors: Scary Stories for Kids: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/microterrorsRetro Radio – Old Time Radio In The Dark: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/retroradioChurch of the Undead: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/churchoftheundead= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =(Over time links seen above may become invalid, disappear, or have different content. I always make sure to give authors credit for the material I use whenever possible. If I somehow overlooked doing so for a story, or if a credit is incorrect, please let me know and I will rectify it in these show notes immediately. Some links included above may benefit me financially through qualifying purchases.)= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ="I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness." — John 12:46= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =WeirdDarkness® is a registered trademark. Copyright ©2023, Weird Darkness.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =PARTIAL TRANSCRIPT: https://weirddarkness.com/creating-terrifying-urban-legend/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3655291/advertisement
Welcome to The Weekly Sceptic, episode 66! This week: -James Cleverly unveils the government's latest 5 point plan -Keir Starmer has an unlikely new hero -A BBC presenter's mental health is damaged by the sheer number of white people in his workplace -In a bold new strategy, Elon Musk tells any advertiser boycotting his company […]
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv A young couples ordeal captivates Chinese internet Paris attack Mother of suspect had reported concerns, prosecutor says CO28 president hits back at climate denial claims US warship downs drones fired from Houthi held Yemen in Red Sea Beyonc Meet the designer who made her sparkle on tour Ukraine war Soldier tells BBC of front line hell Israel Gaza live news Israeli forces pushing into southern Gaza Mount Marapi Eleven hikers killed as volcano erupts in Indonesia Rizz named word of the year 2023 by Oxford University Press Billie Eilish accuses Variety of outing her in cover story
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Israel Gaza live news Israeli forces pushing into southern Gaza Ukraine war Soldier tells BBC of front line hell CO28 president hits back at climate denial claims Billie Eilish accuses Variety of outing her in cover story Beyonc Meet the designer who made her sparkle on tour A young couples ordeal captivates Chinese internet US warship downs drones fired from Houthi held Yemen in Red Sea Rizz named word of the year 2023 by Oxford University Press Mount Marapi Eleven hikers killed as volcano erupts in Indonesia Paris attack Mother of suspect had reported concerns, prosecutor says
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Ukraine war Soldier tells BBC of front line hell Beyonc Meet the designer who made her sparkle on tour A young couples ordeal captivates Chinese internet Rizz named word of the year 2023 by Oxford University Press Paris attack Mother of suspect had reported concerns, prosecutor says US warship downs drones fired from Houthi held Yemen in Red Sea Israel Gaza live news Israeli forces pushing into southern Gaza Mount Marapi Eleven hikers killed as volcano erupts in Indonesia Billie Eilish accuses Variety of outing her in cover story CO28 president hits back at climate denial claims
You might know today's guest as the formidable judge on "MasterChef: The Professionals,”; or maybe you've followed her globetrotting escapades on the BBC's "Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby”. Perhaps you've even been lucky enough to eat in her London restaurant, Mere. She's one of the best-known and highly renowned female chefs in the UK, it is of course, Monica Galetti. This season has been such a treat because I've managed to interview so many names who I dreamed of talking to when I started the podcast, and Monica was one of those, for so many reasons. I was desperate to ask her about what her childhood was like growing up on a tiny island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. And then what life was like when she moved as a child to New Zealand, where suddenly it's cold and it's another language that she didn't speak. I was excited to ask her where her love of food began and how that led her to London to work alongside Michel Roux Jr - a former guest on the podcast of course - at his legendary Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Gavroche. The intense kitchen there became the crucible where Monica honed her skills, eventually rising to become the restaurant's first female sous chef. Her experience there would eventually serve as the foundation to the opening of Mere, her restaurant in Fitzrovia, London. After a few technical issues, I was so pleased Monica was able to squeeze this interview into her busy schedule. She'd just got off a plane, and got home, so this was recorded remotely last week. So from Samoa to Sri Lanka, Ireland to Italy and much more, let's get started. Destination Recap:SamoaNew ZealandVanuatu Sri LankaItalyAshford Castle, Ireland Borgo Egnazia, Puglia, ItalyThe Brando, French Polynesia Ceylon Tea Trails, Sri LankaJOALI, MaldivesCroatiaJ Sheekey Restaurant, LondonSabor Restaurant, LondonScotlandJapanA big thank you to Monica Galetti, do check out her restaurant Mere for a taste of what we've been talking about today. And thank you to the magnificent JOALI and JOALI BEING resort in the Maldives, one of Monica's Amazing Hotels, who helped to make the interview happen. This episode was recorded at Cliveden House.And so that is a wrap for Season 10. Thank you again for tuning in. I hope you are all gearing up for a lovely festive. I put together a little travel diaries Christmas gift guide on my Instagram @hollyrubenstein so do check that out. I will back next week with a bonus episode from the archives, and I'll be back with a whole new season in the Spring. So who would like to hear from? Who are your dream guests? You know I always try to make it happen if you ask, so remember you can get in touch with me on Instagram, I'm also on threads, TikTok - maybe my new years resolution will be to use those a bit more, but certainly i'm always happy to chat on Instagram, and remember all the destinations mentioned by my guests are included in the episode show notes, and on my website, thetraveldiariespodcast.com Lots of love everyone, Happy holidays, and i'll speak to you soon. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Need to give a loved one a new Android phone but not sure what to get? Iyaz is here with his best 2023 Android phone picks. Plus We analyze a recent BBC article asking “Could X go bankrupt under Elon Musk?”. And is Sony's announcement that it will begin deleting Discovery shows from users libraries even if they've paid for them.Starring Tom Merritt, Iyaz Akhtar, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/dtns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Washington Post interviews Ukrainian teenagers who narrowly escaped Russia, and explains how their testimony could be used to prove Putin committed war crimes. The BBC reports on how world leaders at the U.N. climate summit are promising to tackle the role of food and agriculture in climate change. And Grist asks historians, economists, and food-policy experts what would happen if everyone on Earth stopped eating meat tomorrow. The Atlantic argues for making more friends outside of your age group.
Access All collaborates with BBC Radio 3 on an item about the Clarion, a musical instrument which can be played by anyone by anything - from fingers to Eyegaze technology. Our guests are Barry Farrimond-Chuong, the CEO of Open Up Music, who helped design the software instrument, and Alessandro Vazzana a player of the Clarion in the National Open Youth Orchestra who is enabled to chat with us by his mum, Anne.Do you find it hard getting a wheelchair through the traditional means? Nick Goldup from the Wheelchair Alliance talks about its latest report which uncovered a postcode lottery when it comes to wheelchair services. We meet 19-year-old Lachlan from Devon who has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and needs a wheelchair most of the time, but he's been waiting nearly a year for a chair that fits him properly.And at 24, Ellie Middleton was diagnosed as being autistic and having ADHD. Her book Unmasked talks about why women and girls often get diagnosed late in life, and how she felt vindicated that she wasn't a bad person - something she had come to believe.Presenters: Nikki Fox and Emma Tracey. Recorded and mixed by MC Dave O'Neill. And Produced by Beth Rose, Alex Collins, Hayley Clarke and Emma Tracey. The Editor is Damon Rose, Senior Editor Sam Bonham."Alexa, ask the BBC for Access All" plays the latest edition of the programme. Follow us on X, formerly Twitter, @BBCAccessAll and on old-fashioned email we're firstname.lastname@example.org
Need to give a loved one a new Android phone but not sure what to get? Iyaz is here with his best 2023 Android phone picks. Plus We analyze a recent BBC article asking “Could X go bankrupt under Elon Musk?”. And is Sony's announcement that it will begin deleting Discovery shows from users libraries even if they've paid for them. Starring Tom Merritt, Iyaz Akhtar, Roger Chang, Joe To read the show notes in a separate page click here! Support the show on Patreon by becoming a supporter!
Sport but not as you know it. A brand new sports storytelling podcast.Imagine being stranded in the “death zone” on one of the world's highest mountains. How about running 200 miles in a dark tunnel? We've been searching the world for the most amazing sport stories. Other podcasts bring you the scores and team news. This one tells the stories you'll wish you'd known about and now probably won't forget. You don't need to be obsessed with sport to find yourself immersed in our mini-seasons and short stories. Search for Amazing Sport Stories wherever you get your BBC podcasts. Or find it here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w13xtvs1/episodes/downloads
We have reached 1976 in our annual revisits of the BBC's A Ghost Story For Christmas series, and this year we have the first adaptation of a tale that wasn't by MR James. Instead we have one of the most eerie stories ever penned by Charles Dickens - The Signal-Man!
Every indie author has a unique story to share, Holly Greenland is no exception to the rule. She's worked with the UK Parliament, the BBC, and more recently, the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi). Get a look inside Holly's interesting back story and find out how we both got connected for a monthly podcast segment for ALLi called Reaching More Readers (links below). There is No Marketing Magic Bullet - https://selfpublishingadvice.org/podcast-marketing-magic-bullet/ Successful Marketing for Multigenre Authors - https://selfpublishingadvice.org/podcast-multigenre-authors/# Holly Greenland (Amazon) - https://geni.us/fuoSs (affiliate link) The Alliance of Independent Authors - https://DaleLinks.com/ALLi (affiliate link) Join Channel Memberships - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl9CjdZQtzufqgYx0CidSbA/join Join my community on Discord - http://dalelinks.com/discord Where noted, some outbound links financially benefit the channel through affiliate programs. I only endorse programs, products, or services I use and can stand confidently behind. These links do not affect your purchase price and greatly helps to building and growing this channel. Thanks in advance for understanding! - Dale L. Roberts
Charles Skaggs & Jesse Jackson are joined by special guest DJ Nik to discuss "The Star Beast", the first Doctor Who 60th Anniversary Special, featuring David Tennant as the Fourteenth Doctor, Catherine Tate as Donna Noble, Yasmin Finney as Rose Noble, and Miriam Margolyes as the voice of Beep the Meep! Find us here:Twitter: @NextStopWho, @CharlesSkaggs, @JesseJacksonDFW @HiDarknesspod Instagram: @nextstopeverywherepodcast Facebook: Facebook.com/Nextstopeverywherepodcast Email: NextStopWho@gmail.com Listen and subscribe to us in Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!
There are endless books about ways to grow a business, how to make deals, and how to follow in the footsteps of successful entrepreneur pioneers. However, there is one subject that rarely gets brought up on panels, at networking events, or at business conferences. It is a subject reserved for small groups of close entrepreneurial friends at the end of a long day: Relationships. Believe it or not, dating is supposed to be easy and fun. If it's feeling too much like hard work right now, today's podcast episode is for you. In this episode, we've invited a renowned dating and relationship expert with a global reputation. Her name is none other than Sami Wunder. Sami is a leading international dating and relationship coach who specializes in helping high-achieving women attract and keep romantic love. Her comprehensive approach shows her clients how to embrace strong relationship boundaries, while still emanating and inviting feminine energy. Sami has enabled more than 300 single clients to get married and more than 350 partnered clients to bring their marriages back from divorce in the past five years. Sami founded her multi-seven-figure relationships brand after exiting a successful career as a gold medalist economist with a Master's in public policy. Since then, she has improved the love lives of thousands of women, including celebrities, senior executives, and entrepreneurs, in over 55 countries across the globe. Her expertise has been featured in media outlets including Forbes, Glamour, TIME, Marie Claire, Business Insider, and the BBC. She lives in Germany with her adoring husband, Chris, and their two boys. In this episode, Sami will be sharing: 1) The Real Reason Why Modern Dating Is Challenging For High Performing Individuals 2) The Secret To Lean In At Work, Lean Back In Love 3) The Blueprint To Find Love That Lasts Without Letting Go Of Your Ambition Learn more about Sami Wunder: Website: https://www.samiwunder.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samiwundercoach/ Free Gift: https://bit.ly/3ogbIM7 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theraygacyshow/message
The UN's Special Rapporteur for the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Francesca Albanese, has told the BBC the war in Gaza's resumption after a humanitarian pause is "a mistake". Ms Albanese has been an outspoken critic of Israeli treatment of Palestinians for years.Both sides in the Israel-Hamas conflict have blamed each other for the resumption of hostilities in Gaza. Deadly fighting restarted immediately after the seven-day truce had expired. We'll hear from our correspondent in the south of Israel, where the resumption of explosions in Gaza is clearly visible and a senior advisor to the Israeli prime minister about why they have resumed hostilities. Also in the programme: We'll hear the latest from Dubai where the second day of the UN's annual climate change conference is taking place and the head of the UN has a stark warning for the hosts, the UAE, one of the biggest oil producers in the world; and our royal correspondent tells us about anger at Buckingham Palace over the naming of two senior royals alleged to have made racist comments.(Photo shows smoke rising over Gaza following an Israeli strike, as seen from southern Israel on 1 December 2023. Credit: Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters)
Joe Vargas, widely known as "Hustler," is a multi-faceted entrepreneur, published author, Navy veteran, dedicated husband, and loving father of three. With eight years of distinguished service in the United States Navy, a decade of experience in the nightlife, entertainment, and media industry as an independent journalist collaborating closely with renowned TV show host Robin Leach on Lifestyles of The Rich and Famous, and eight years immersed in the CBD industry. Joe has been featured on and spoken about by The White House, Entertainment Tonight, Ellen Degeneres Show, Fox News, CNN, NBC, BBC, The Guardian, Daily Mail, Time Magazine, Vice News, Vanity Fair, and more. He has a way of making things go viral. As the visionary founder of BuyLegalMeds.com, Joe has played a pivotal role in pioneering the CBD industry, generating substantial wealth, and positively impacting countless lives. Driven by his passion for holistic wellness and natural remedies, Joe established BuyLegalMeds.com in 2015 as an online platform offering high-quality CBD products to millions of customers seeking safe and alternative health solutions. Joe's unwavering commitment to providing exceptional CBD products and entrepreneurial acumen have earned him widespread recognition and admiration. In this episode, Brad and Joe discuss the training and support services Joe offers and how he has created success for himself and others. Bombs: Mindset is everything. It's not whether the NFT is actually valuable, but the people associated with it. Joe received the most effective feedback of all the shows he guested on, from the bomb squad. Follow Joe @hustler Learn more https://BuyLegalMeds.com or https://HustlerAcademy.com Watch the full video episode on Brad's Rumble here: https://rumble.com/c/c-2544182 Watch the full video episode on Brad's Youtube Here: https://bradlea.tv