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In this episode Matt has some fun with the locals of Hobart, the family talk about nude households, searching for Moby Dick and Elvis: The Movie. To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Sydney's south west, a deadly blood feud has broken out between rival crime families. Daily Telegraph crime writer Mark Morri joins the show to talk about his new documentary series, exposing this latest fracture in Sydney's underworld. Read more at: https://bit.ly/3ONcd7X Like the show? Get more at https://heraldsun.com.au/andrewrule Crimestoppers: https://crimestoppers.com.au/ If you or anyone you know needs help Lifeline: 13 11 14 Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636 Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben Haines returns in the company of former Everton and Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell and The Daily Telegraph's Luke Edwards. Newcastle United have rarely been out of the back page headlines since their Saudi takeover - and it isn't just today's £30 million signing of Sven Botman that has got people talking. The Magpies unveiled their new third kit which bears a strong resemblance to the Saudi Arabia national team strip. Luke Edwards isn't sitting on the fence about it! What does the summer hold in store for Everton? Matt Jones of the Blue Room Podcast joins to talk about Richarlison's potential exit, and what his fellow Blues should expect in the 22/23 season. As clubs return for pre-season training - how much has changed since Kevin Campbell's day? How much dispensation did clubs give for being overweight? And how did Everton's senior players react when 16-year-old Wayne Rooney turned up for pre-season back in 2002? TOPICS: 01:42 - What happens in pre-season? 04:20 - Kevin Campbell on 16-year-old Wayne Rooney in pre-season 06:15 - Newcastle United's incomings 12:40 - Newcastle new kit controversy. 18:55 - Matt Jones from the Blue Room Podcast joins to talk all things Everton 28:20 - Kevin Campbell on Arsenal signing Gabriel Jesus
The royal family is facing a row with YouTube after a video it says breaches the Cambridge family's privacy was viewed by tens of thousands of people despite attempts to block it.The video, which was viewed more than 20,000 times on Monday, shows the Duke of Cambridge confronting a photographer after he was filmed on a bike ride with his family near Sandringham, Norfolk.William, 40, is seen remonstrating with a man videoing him, while his wife and three children are off-camera nearby.In the video, William is seen calling someone, presumed to be security, on his mobile phone and saying to the man: "If you want to have this altercation we can have this altercation."The man claims he wasn't following the family to which a furious William replies: "Yes you are, you are stalking around here looking for our children."William then references an incident on Saturday where the man also followed the family while on a bike ride and lashes out when the man denies following them."You are outrageous, you are disgusting, you really are. How dare you behave like that."Kensington Palace has responded by arguing it was a breach of the family's privacy. The short video was uploaded four days ago, more than a year after the incident occurred.It underlines the significant challenges facing the royal family in the online era, where rules followed by the traditional media do not apply.Kensington Palace says the film is a breach of privacy, with the duke on a private bike ride with his wife and three children, who were present but blurred out in the video.It is understood staff are seeking the removal of the video. On Monday, the three-minute-long video was still available on YouTube, with a version circulating on TikTok as well.Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Photo / Getty ImagesThe traditional British print media does not publish photographs or videos of the royal family in private circumstances, being particularly sensitive to images of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.The duke, who watched his mother's experience with the paparazzi as a schoolboy, has spent years finessing an arrangement in which he authorises a small number of photographs of the children each year in recognition of their future public roles, while insisting on their total privacy the rest of the time.But images of the children are regularly posted on social media, and sold to European publications working under different laws and press watchdogs.The duke has previously been highly critical of social media firms and their approach to fake news, privacy issues and cyber-bullying, accusing them of failing to take the issues seriously.The latest video was filmed in January 2021 near the Cambridges' Anmer Hall home where the duke, duchess and their three children were riding their bikes along a country lane.It shows the duke confronting a photographer who claimed to have been in the area on public roads only looking for the Saturday Sandringham shoot.It is understood that Kensington Palace has asked for it to be removed from the platforms, in line with their usual policy about privacy.Staff have previously been successful in appealing for unauthorised photographs of the children to be taken down.The duke has previously warned of the dangers of social media networks and what he saw as the disinclination of their executives to deal with a range of problems which affected users."I am very concerned though that on every challenge they face – fake news, extremism, polarisation, hate speech, trolling, mental health, privacy and bullying – our tech leaders seem to be on the back foot," he said in 2018."Their self-image is so grounded in their positive power for good that they seem unable to engage in constructive discussion about the social problems that they are creating."A spokesman for YouTube has not yet commented.- with Daily Telegraph
In this episode Matty Johns and Steve Blocker Roach give their top 5 Performances, coming out of Origin 2 . To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Criminal barristers strike over pay, Cross Question and should the PM reverse cuts to the military? Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Labour's leader in the House of Lords Baroness (Angela) Smith, Conservative MP Peter Bone, Leader of the True and Fair Party Gina Miller and Gordon Rayner, Associate Editor for The Daily Telegraph.
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Labour's leader in the House of Lords Baroness (Angela) Smith, Conservative MP Peter Bone, Leader of the True and Fair Party Gina Miller and Gordon Rayner, Associate Editor for The Daily Telegraph.
This episode of the Crime Cafe podcast features my interview with crime writer and bestselling author Fiona Barton. Check out our discussion about her work including her latest novel Local Gone Missing. And we chat a bit about Doctor Who. :) Before I bring on my guest, I'll just remind you that the Crime Cafe has two eBooks for sale: the nine book box set and the short story anthology. You can find the buy inks for both on my website, debbimack.com under the Crime Cafe link. You can also get a free copy of either book if you become a Patreon supporter. You'll get that and much more if you support the podcast on Patreon, along with our eternal gratitude for doing so. Check us out on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crimecafe Debbi (00:54): But first, let me put in a good word for Blubrry podcasting. I'm a Blubrry affiliate, but that's not the only reason I'm telling you this. I've been using Blubrry Podcasting as my hosting service for my podcast for years and it's one of the best decisions I ever made. They give great customer service, you're in complete control of your own podcast, you can run it from your own website, and it just takes a lot of the work out of podcasting for me. I find for that reason that it's a company that I can get behind 100% and say, “You should try this.” Try Blubrry. It doesn't require a long-term contract, and it's just a great company, period. It also has free technical support by email, video, and phone, so you can get a human being there. Isn't that nice? If you want to podcast, try out Blubrry. No long-term contract, excellent distribution, and great technical support, too, by email, video, and on the phone. I've included an affiliate link on this blog. Here's a PDF transcript of the interview. Debbi (01:46): Hi everyone. We're back with our first episode of Season Eight and I'm so excited to have with me a distinguished journalist and a New York Times bestselling author. Previously a senior writer at the Daily Mail, news editor at the Daily Telegraph and chief news reporter at the Mail on Sunday, she's had lots of experience covering crime in her 30-year journalism career. She is also, as I said, a New York Times bestselling author of The Widow, The Child, and The Suspect.. Her latest book is Local Gone Missing. I'm pleased to introduce my guest, Fiona Barton. Hi Fiona. I'm so happy. You're here today. Fiona (02:32): Hi, it's so good of you to have me on. Very pleased to be here. Debbi (02:36): Well, I'm extremely happy to have you here, and I've gotta tell you, I was looking over your books and the first two books concern your sleuth, Kate Waters, who's a journalist. Now, I suspect that a lot of that writing was inspired by your 30 years as a journalist. That's just a guess on my part. What do you have to say about that? Fiona (03:01): Pretty good guess, pretty good guess. Well, it's interesting, because when I started writing The Widow, my first book, I didn't have a reporter in it. It was about a marriage with secrets. It was gonna be told by Jean, my widow in the title. And I thought, oh, I need somebody for Jean to be telling this to. So, Kate came knocking at her door, and gradually her part in the book sort of got bigger, because I loved writing her. It was coming home, you know, she's been everywhere. I've been. And so I kept her for The Child, the second book. And she was the investigator really in the second book. And then the third book, The Suspect, she was still there, but I turned the tables on her poor lady. And she became the story and I thought at the end of The Suspect that I probably ought to let her have a lie-down. She'd been through a lot. So, I rested her and started writing about a whole new cast of characters. Well, it's interesting, because when I started writing The Widow, my first book, I didn't have a reporter in it. It was about a marriage with secrets. Debbi (04:18): Hmm. Did that lead to the book that you have now?
Thousands of commuters will be left stranded this week with train services to be slashed ahead of upcoming industrial action by the rail union. The woman who was with slain gangster Bilal Hamze when he was shot dead left Sydney straight after his execution and hasn't returned, The Daily Telegraph can reveal. Serial pests who have pledged to cause “mass disruption” in Sydney's CBD today have told their followers to “walk on roads and stop cars from passing” and be prepared to “run” from police. And a young man and woman, who as children were sexually abused by a teenager who went on to become a political staffer, have confronted the confessed attacker in court, revealing the damage he wrought on them. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription atdailytelegraph.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben Riley-Smith of the Daily Telegraph is joined by Conservative MP Miriam Cates and James Johnson, former pollster in Downing Street for Theresa May to discuss the by-election results in Tiverton and Honiton in Devon and Wakefield in West Yorkshire and what it means for Boris Johnson. Rail strikes and Labour's relationship with trade unions are discussed by Labour MP Zarah Sultana, who joined the picket line and John McTernan, the former director of political operations for Tony Blair. Economists Gerard Lyons, former economic advisor to Boris Johnson when he was London Mayor, and Professor Mariana Mazzucato from University College London debate the state of the economy and what needs to be done. And Sir Lindsay Hoyle, the Speaker of the House of Commons invited the Week in Westminster to his official residence to discuss his latest politically named pet and how he hopes to open up politics to the next generation.
This week brings us dating apps and catfishing, Swiss army dildos and sauna etiquette, plus get your rotten potatoes ready, the stand up challenge begins. To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Toby Harnden is an award-winning author and veteran foreign correspondent. In 2012 he won the Orwell Prize for his book ‘Dead Men Risen' - an account of beleaguered British soldiers fighting desperately to prevent the Taliban from seizing Afghanistan's Helmand province. As foreign correspondent, he reported from 33 countries for The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and The Sunday Times, including postings in Belfast, Baghdad and Washington DC. In this in-depth interview, Toby shares the inspiration and journey behind his new book ‘First Casualty' - which is the prime account of CIA Team Alpha in their own words - the first Americans to be dropped behind enemy lines in Afghanistan after 9/11; reflects on how a decade serving in the Royal Navy inspired him to become a foreign correspondent, and better equipped him to report on “real stuff, real people - war, blood, and guts;” and discusses why much of his work is dedicated to covering PTSD - including presenting a BBC Panorama special, with the shock revelation that more British soldiers and veterans took their own lives last year than were killed in action.
The Daily Telegraph's Crime Editor, Mark ‘Moz' Morri, and Crime Reporter Josh Hanrahan gave us an insight in the worst gang war Sydney has seen in a generation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rugby league has banned transgender athletes from international competition according to reports.Athletics and football also look set to replicate the landmark transgender ban by FINA on swimmers who go through male puberty from competing in elite women's races.The Daily Telegraph reports the International Rugby League (IRL) has decided players who transition from male to female will not be allowed to play in sanctioned international events until further research is conducted, ruling them out of this year's World Cup in England."In the interests of avoiding unnecessary welfare, legal and reputational risk to International Rugby League competitions, and those competing therein, the IRL believes there is a requirement and responsibility to further consult and complete additional research before finalising its policy," the IRL said, per The Daily Telegraph."The IRL reaffirms its belief that rugby league is a game for all and that anyone and everyone can play our sport. It is the IRL's responsibility to balance the individual's right to participate — a longstanding principle of rugby league and at its heart from the day it was established — against perceived risk to other participants, and to ensure all are given a fair hearing."World Athletics boss Lord Sebastian Coe has disclosed World Athletics was to re-examine its approach after hailing Fina for acting in the "best interests" of swimming by effectively stopping Lia Thomas racing in professional women's events.Fifa, the world football authority, is understood to be consulting over potential new protections for women's competition.Coe, meanwhile, said he had repeatedly pointed out that "biology trumps gender" as he appeared to welcome Fina's plans to create an open category and a protected female category.The World Athletics president said the body had scheduled a discussion with its council at the end of the year both on its regulations on trans women, and on those governing the likes of Caster Semenya and others with differences in sex development (DSD)."We see an international federation asserting its primacy in setting rules, regulations and policies that are in the best interest of its sport," Coe, who was a guest of Fina at its World Championships, said. "This is as it should be. We have always believed that biology trumps gender, and we will continue to review our regulations in line with this."We have always said our regulations in this area are a living document, specific to our sport, and we will follow the science. We continue to study, research and contribute to the growing body of evidence that testosterone is a key determinator in performance and have scheduled a discussion on our DSD and transgender regulations with our council at the end of the year."After world swimming's governing body voted overwhelmingly on Sunday against trans women competing in elite women's sport, politicians are now applying intense pressure for other sports to do the same. Nadine Dorries, the Culture Secretary, announced a meeting with governing bodies next week."Fairness should always trump inclusion as a principle," she told LBC in an interview yesterday.Trans women and DSD track athletes are subject to similar - but distinct - rules. The former are allowed to take part in women's events if they can demonstrate they have lowered their serum testosterone levels below five nanomoles per litre (nmol/L) for at least a year prior to competition. The latter must have lowered their testosterone for six months and only for races between 400 metres and a mile following a successful legal challenge against a blanket policy.Decisions are made case-by-case in football. Last year, at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Quinn became the first non-binary athlete to compete at the Olympics for Canada. Given Quinn was born a girl, rule changes would not affect them.However, players who have gone through male puberty could eventually be stopped from playing in elite female competition, alth...
In this episode of the podcast Matty is joined by Steve Blocker Roach to discuss the Greatest Game of Rugby League ever played.... To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
GUEST OVERVIEW: James Delingpole is an English Writer, Journalist and Columnist who has written for the Daily Mail, Daily Express, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator. GUEST WEBSITE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Delingpole
There is plenty to learn from the British in terms of classic style, especially for those who are interested in the outdoors. On this episode of the Dogwatch, we speak with David Evans, the man behind the Grey Fox Blog, one of the early style blogs and a mainstay of classic British lifestyle commentary. David is frequently featured in the media, and you can see his take on summer style this past week in the UK's The Daily Telegraph. In our conversation, David talks with us about the roots of classic British outdoor and casual wear, tweed and its production in Britain, as well as dogs and Land Rovers. We also discuss the ways in which we can strive toward a more sustainable approach to clothing and style.At the time of this recording I asked David about his dog Harry, and anyone who follows the Grey Fox on Instagram will know Harry from his frequent appearances. Just days after our conversation, Harry passed away unexpectedly. This was obviously very difficult for David and his family. Today's episode of the Dogwatch is dedicated to Harry, and the positive energy and love that dogs can bring to us in this world in the ways that Harry did. So here's to Harry, and our thoughts go out to David as well.
Shawn chats with Fiona Barton about her new novel LOCAL GONE MISSING. They also discuss fresh starts, the unique perspectives of household staff, not panicking while writing, what writing isn't always, and the benefits of allowing your writing self to think. About the Author: Fiona Barton has been a journalist - senior writer at the Daily Mail, news editor at the Daily Telegraph, and chief reporter at The Mail on Sunday, where she won Reporter of the Year at the National Press Awards, gave up her job to volunteer in Sri Lanka and since 2008, has trained and worked with exiled and threatened journalists all over the world. But through it all, a story was cooking in her head. The worm of a book infected her long ago when, as a national newspaper journalist covering notorious crimes and trials, she found herself wondering what the wives of those accused really knew – or allowed themselves to know. It took the liberation of her career change to turn that fascination into a tale of a missing child, narrated by the wife of the man suspected of the crime, the detective leading the hunt, the journalist covering the case, and the mother of the victim. That book became The Widow, which went on to be a bestseller, garnering rave reviews around the globe. Fiona followed that book up with The Child, and now her most recent is Local Gone Missing. About the book: Elise King is a successful and ambitious detective—or she was before a medical leave left her unsure if she'd ever return to work. She now spends most days watching the growing tensions in her small seaside town of Ebbing—the weekenders renovating old bungalows into luxury homes, and the locals resentful of the changes. Elise can only guess what really happens behind closed doors. But Dee Eastwood, her house cleaner, often knows. She's an invisible presence in many of the houses in town, but she sees and hears everything. The conflicts boil over when a newcomer wants to put the town on the map with a weekend music festival, and two teenagers overdose on drugs. When a man disappears the first night of the festival, Elise starts digging for answers. Ebbing is a small town, but it's full of secrets and hidden connections that run deeper and darker than Elise could have ever imagined.
In this episode the family discuss the worst cinema performances, we hear a heart warming Grand Final story you might've missed and Liam Gallagher does his best French accent while offering Eric Cantona a sleeping bag. To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 2021, News Corp's tabloids in Australia made a stunning announcement. For the month leading up to the Glasgow climate summit, they would be running a nationwide campaign on how to tackle climate change. Cries of hypocrisy rang out from pundits all over — including News Corps' own — for this seeming about-face on the white-hot issue. So, was it a flash in the pan, or was it a turning point in climate change reporting of the most influential papers in Australia, from one of the biggest publishers in the world? And what does it matter anyway when you're reporting from Polynesia, where you've been telling the story for decades, as international media fly in, tell you that your island is sinking, and then fly out? Look closely and you'll notice journalists are finding new ways to tell the defining story of our time — even as the water is lapping at their door. In this episode of Journo, Nick Bryant talks sinking islands, columnists in denial and "patronising the messenger" with guests Ben English, editor of The Daily Telegraph in Sydney, Lagipoiva Cherelle Jackson, Editor of Pacific Environment Weekly and Andrew McCormick, Deputy Director of Covering Climate Now. Journo is a production of Deadset Studios for the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas. Host: Nick Bryant Executive Producer: Rachel Fountain Producers: Grace Pashley and Britta Jorgensen Sound Design: Krissy Miltiadou Managing Editor: Kellie Riordan Commissioning Editor: Andrea Ho See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tom welcomes Lyn Alden, Financial Newsletter Editor & Publisher, back to the show. Lyn discusses global central bank policies and their effects on inflation. We now have a much different environment than what we had five years ago. The famous Powell pivot of 2018 may have been caused by the credit markets freezing up and not equities. They tried to raise rates until the risk of a recession ballooned. It's most likely that countries will continue to inflate their debts away because the only other option is to default. Typically, defaults only occur with countries who are unable to print their own currency. We should expect inflation to continue for some time and purchasing power to decline significantly. Good forms of deflation comes from increases in productivity, technology, and improved energy systems. In a low-debt environment, things should get cheaper over time as we become more efficient. The bad type of deflation is when debt bubbles collapse, and we see a collapse of demand. Most economists see deflation as always bad, but in many systems deflation could be a good thing. We're entering a period where globalization is going to flat line or even begin declining. This will likely be a driver for inflation in the future. Europe is going to have to focus on being a fiscal union, or they risk their monetary union failing to some extent. The United States works as a fiscal union, and the large expenses occur at the Federal level. States in the U.S. are relatively low debt. Most countries in Europe hold significant debt loads, which will be challenging. We've seen energy prices rapidly moving up, particularly in Europe, rapidly well before the outbreak of war. Now we have additional risk factors in oil, wheat, uranium, platinum and nickel. The amount of currency creation and lack of capital expenditure on resource development are all drivers for the current issues. Lastly, she discusses how the gold stock to high flow ratio can make a commodity easier to manipulate. This is because most investors are fine with only having a paper claim to the underlying metal. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:46 - C.B. Inflation Targets2:53 - Fed's Debt Endgame7:01 - Today Vs. 1940s9:52 - Good & Bad Deflation11:56 - Soft Landing14:17 - Rising Rates & The Dollar20:01 - Deglobalization Impacts26:48 - Europe's Challenges30:45 - Energy & Commodities34:30 - Energy & Ukraine38:30 - Green Energy & ESG44:29 - Energy Policy Shifting?46:26 - EROI & an Energy Cliff49:18 - Demand & Commodities50:45 - Risk & Diversifying53:13 - Gold Stock to Flow57:00 - Wrap Up Talking Points From This Episode The Fed and why the U.S. will choose to deflate away debt.The differences between good and bad forms of deflation.Why globalization is likely going to flat line or decline and that will increase inflation.Problems in Europe around lack of fiscal policy agreement and there continue energy issues. Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/LynAldenContactWebsite: https://www.lynalden.com/ Lyn Alden is editor and publisher of LynAlden.com, where she has both a subscription and a free financial newsletter. She says, "Her background lies at the intersection of engineering and finance." Her site provides investment research and strategy, covering stocks, precious metals, international equities, and alternative investments, with a specialization in asset allocation. Whether you're new to investing or experienced, there's a lot there for you. Lyn has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and a master's degree in engineering management, focusing on engineering economics and financial modeling. She oversees the finances and day-to-day operations of an engineering facility. She has been performing investment research for over fifteen years in various public and private capacities. Her work has been editorially featured or cited on Business Insider, Marketwatch, Time's Money Magazine, The Daily Telegraph,
In this Episode of the podcast Matty is joined by Paul Kent, to discuss Wally Lewis V's Cameron Munster. To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Elliott and Mike are joined by Daily Telegraph journalist Charlie Morgan to talk through a pant-browningly intense encounter with Northampton in a Premiership semi-final, which saw us set up a date at HQ with perennial winners / villains, Saracens. We talk through some of the key tactical battles that will be running through Lord Borthwick's head over the coming week.
Alex Antic is a calm voice of reason in the madhouse known as the Australian Senate. He is leading the conservative fightback with a rallying call to his party not to turn teal. He joins Nick Cater and Tim Blair, the blogger to the nation and columnist on the Daily Telegraph to discuss Australia's power and cost of living crises. In other news, Washington Post staff abandon the spoken world and take to yelling to at one another on Twitter, Boris Johnson answer claims that he's a proven liar and Silvio Belusconi explains why he yelled cuckoo at Angela Merkel. Today's podcast is bought to you this week by the letter J - the consonant we're tipping to replace the W in the word Woke when the whole edifice of virtue signalling starts to collapse - we hope.
S9E01Holly started her career at the Sunday Times, before moving to the Daily Telegraph. During six years at the Telegraph, she was the Whitehall Editor and jointly ran the investigations team. She then moved to work on the Guardian's investigations team.Holly has been nominated for a wide range of #journalism prizes, winning awards for her work on stories including MPs' Expenses at the Telegraph and the Panama Papers at the Guardian.She has reported from a wide range of countries, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Libya, Jordan and Lebanon. As well as flying around the world on everything from Lynx helicopters to Air Force One, Holly also worked as an undercover journalist.In 2008, she was the Laurence Stern Fellow, spending several months working at the Washington Post.Holly's first novel - To The Lions - won the 2019 CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger. The Dead Line was longlisted for the 2021 Steel Dagger. Her third book, The Hunt and The Kill, is out now. It was TheTimes's #thriller of the Month.The Crime #writers Associations described To The Lions as "A deeply uncomfortable read which lingers long in the memory, this tautly plotted and timely thriller shines a light on the role of the journalist as witness or protagonist and asks devastating questions about the value of human life before culminating in a life-or-death chase through the desert to Libya. This is a highly accomplished debut that marks Watt out as a fresh and important voice."Her latest book THE HUNT AND THE KILL was called a searing, page-turning, pulse-racing thriller that sees Casey on a hunt around the globe as she pursues a major exposé into pioneering medical research and drugs that could change the world. The Hunt and the Kill is the third book in the Casey Benedict series. That too was a Times Thriller of the Month!#THE HUNT AND THE KILL:When acclaimed undercover journalist Casey Benedict is asked to interview a young woman with cystic fibrosis, the patient's doctor alerts her to the looming threat of antibiotic-resistant infections, tipping her off about a potential new wonder drug. If the rumours are true, this new antibiotic could save millions of lives, but no one wants to admit that the drug even exists.As Casey investigates, she follows the trail from the Maldives to a game reserve in Zimbabwe, using her undercover skills to probe the truth and find out why the discovery of this new drug is being covered-up. When tragedy unexpectedly strikes, Casey suspects that someone is trying to silence her, but she is not prepared to let the story drop, no matter how much danger she - or those she loves most - are put in.A searing, page-turning, pulse-racing thriller that sees Casey on a hunt around the globe as she pursues a major exposé into pioneering medical research and drugs that could change the world.If you want to sponsor CJ Aggett on The Frontline 100k Walk, please visit here: https://events.soldierscharity.org/fundraisers/christopheraggettFOLLOW US► Our website - https://www.thewritingcommunitychatshow.com► Universal link - https://linktr.ee/TheWCCS► Buy the show a coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheWCCS► Use hashtag #TheWritingCommunityChatShow or #TheWCCS on social media to keep us current. This show will only succeed with your support!► Support us through #Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/WCCS?fan_landing=true► For our #FIVERR affiliate link click here (we will earn a little from you signing up through our link and more if you use the service. We back this service and have used it with great results! - https://fvrr.co/32SB6cs► For our PRO #WRITING AID affiliate link click here - https://prowritingaid.com/?afid=15286
Supermarket prices have surged by at least 12 per cent since last year, an investigation by The Daily Telegraph shows, adding $1400 to a typical family's annual grocery bill. The Attorney-General has intervened in the case of a convicted paedophile and former pony club president who has walked free on bail while he awaits sentence. The father of a young boy who spent Wednesday missing in Sydney's northwest has been arrested after police allegedly found a drug lab in his home when they went to tell him his son had been located. And in sport, Billy Slater has just revealed to the entire NRL the secret to beating Penrith — bash Nathan Cleary. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription atdailytelegraph.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With one man down, Cooper fills us in on the atmosphere at the Kambosos fight. We hear about Matt's ability to give an accurate movie review with his eyes closed and Trish has a take away experience with a difference. Shopping cart cues, the stand up comedy challenge and Las Vegas here we come? To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The misfiring Warriors have suffered a significant blow with coach Nathan Brown quitting the club with 18 months left on his contract.The club confirmed his departure this morning leaving club great and current assistant coach Stacey Jones in charge. Jones becomes the fourth coach in the last three years.Brown lives in Australia, where the Warriors have been based for the past two seasons due to earlier Covid-enforced travel restrictions between the two countries.The Warriors are expected to return to New Zealand in two weeks for their first home game since August 2019. Brown's current deal expires at the end of 2023.The Daily Telegraph reports Brown called an emergency meeting with Warriors owner Mark Robinson and CEO Cameron George at 11am.The Warriors' statement came out shortly after.Warriors CEO Cameron George told Heather du Plessis-Allan Brown wasn't sacked, rather the club and coach agreed the best course was to part ways."We worked out that the best option was to separate now and allow us some time to find a longer term solution, so it was an agreed separation if you like."LISTEN ABOVE
Andrew Neil talks to the former editor of the Daily Telegraph and member of the House of Lords about Boris Johnson, the character of the Conservative Party, and his own role at the apex of journalism and the Establishment.Subscribe to get a new episode every Tuesday. Tortoise members and Tortoise+ subscribers on Apple Podcasts get access to a weekly bonus episode every Friday called Inside the Interview, where Andrew reflects on the conversations he has with his guests.Members also get access to more of our journalism and invites to exclusive events. For a year's half price digital membership for £50 go to tortoisemedia.com/Andrew and enter the code AndrewNeil50. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode Matty and Blocker preview State Of Origin Game 1..plus they look back at some of the great Rugby League moments from the past .. To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee has been marked by a weekend of celebration across the UK and Commonwealth. Of all the reigns of British monarchs, Elizabeth II's has been the most well-documented, photographed and filmed. But how well do we really know her? It's a question Robert Hardman tackles in his latest biography of the 96-year-old: called Queen of Our Times. Robert has written extensively about the British royal family, in both books and for many television documentaries including ITV's The Duke: A Portrait of Prince Philip and BBC's Charles at 60: The Passionate Prince, which he also narrated. He's been a journalist and columnist for the Daily Telegraph and most recently, the Daily Mail. While he's written about the Queen's life before, he tells Kathryn Ryan this book is different.
Dr. Julie Smith is a clinical psychologist with over a decade of professional experience.She is, in my view, the perfect example of practicing what you preach. She looked for the silver lining of the Covid 19 lockdowns, deciding to devote her time to being an online mental health educator. Her highly engaging videos around mental health turned her into a social media star with a combined following of more than 4 million!Her posts on TikTok and Instagram have already amassed more than 25 million likes. She has appeared in two BBC films and on BBC Breakfast, CNN International and Radio 5 Live, and has written for The Mail on Sunday, The Evening Standard and The Daily Telegraph.Despite all of this, Julie remains a super down-to-earth individual and her advice is absolutely golden and we had an awesome conversation. Today's episode is part 1 of 2.Here is her websiteJulie's Instagram is instagram.com/drjuliesmithFind her on Tiktok at tiktok.com/@drjuliesmithHer Youtube account is youtube.com/user/DrJulieSmithHer brilliant book can be found here
The boys are back after going MIA and there's lots to catch up on. Cooper's been Kikau-ed, Matt's been Maverick-ed, Trish's been Archibald-ed and Jack talks about his sighting of the Wild Panther plus find out about the special gift Matt received during the week and why he should be padded down by security for the next month. To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Débat entre Stéphane Henchoz, ancien footballeur international suisse, Frédéric Maillard, analyste des pratiques policières, Philippe Vonnard, historien du sport et Anne-Elisabeth Moutet, correspondante à Paris du Daily Telegraph.
Dr. Julie Smith is a clinical psychologist with over a decade of professional experience. She is, in my view, the perfect example of practicing what you preach. She looked for the silver lining of the Covid 19 lockdowns, deciding to devote her time to being an online mental health educator. Her highly engaging videos around mental health turned her into a social media star with a combined following of more than 4 million!Her posts on TikTok and Instagram have already amassed more than 25 million likes. She has appeared in two BBC films and on BBC Breakfast, CNN International and Radio 5 Live, and has written for The Mail on Sunday, The Evening Standard and The Daily Telegraph.Despite all of this, Julie remains a super down-to-earth individual and her advice is absolutely golden and we had an awesome conversation. Today's episode is part 1 of 2.Here is her websiteJulie's Instagram is instagram.com/drjuliesmithFind her on Tiktok at tiktok.com/@drjuliesmithHer Youtube account is youtube.com/user/DrJulieSmithHer brilliant book can be found here
In this episode Coop and Jack are MIA so Matty and Trish are on point, the theme is The Best of 1984 and some fan fave segments are in the mix To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at your app store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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