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Arm of the Atlantic Ocean that separates southern England from northern France

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RUNWITHALLI LIVE
The Benefits of Swimming for Runners with Dan Daly

RUNWITHALLI LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 34:04


Dan Daly, Swimming technique, strength, and speed coach, joins the show's Host, (me) Run Coach Alli. Dan was a sprinter back in the day and has developed his aerobic capacity through endurance training in open water swimming and races. He is currently training an athlete to swim across the English Channel and works with swimmers from all walks of life to use endurance training in and out of the pool to stay healthy and fit and train for aggressive athletic goals. Dan is highly passionate about helping other aspiring swimmers, and seasoned athletes find their best selves through the sport of swimming by focusing on swimming technique at the forefront of his coaching methodology. Dan has coached hundreds of athletes to the best performances of their lives through science-backed training, extensive exercise science background and work experience, and his result-driven personalized programs. He offers video tutorials showing the parallels and importance of taking your technique outside the pool and applying practice and strength-specific drills that will enable you to elevate your swimming and endurance performance for life.Today on the show, we discuss:The importance of swimming technique to swim farther and swim faster The benefits of swimming as cross-training for runners in a recovery program How you can train smarter with the methods discussed on today's show, as well as by keeping a varied training regime year-round to keep you from hitting a plateau and continue experiencing fitness gains for lifeIf you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more about distance swimming, mindset, and mental toughness for runners, please share your thoughts in the comments under the show notes. You can also email me at allison.felsenthal@gmail.com with your ideas! I love hearing from you.  Don't forget to head to Apple Podcasts to support the show and tap on the "+Follow" button! Your support allows me to understand better what you enjoy and dislike and find the time and resources needed to push every new episode LIVE!Connect with Coach Dan DalyWebsite: https://linktr.ee/DandalyInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dandaly/ Support the show

Connecting is not Enough - The Networking Radio Show
The Connected Leadership Podcast: Anna Wardley, record-breaking swimmer on Endurance

Connecting is not Enough - The Networking Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 58:17


Andy Lopata talks to a remarkable woman in this week's Connected Leadership Podcast. Anna Wardley is an endurance swimmer, charity fund raiser and all round adventurer. She was voted 'Inspirational Woman of the Year' in 2013 and has a global list of swims she has completed including the English Channel and round the Isle of Wight. Anna stresses the importance of connections and the support of the people you have around you. A relatively late starter, her first cross channel attempt was in her thirties. Her success depends on meticulous planning, detailed research and a huge trusted team supporting her.  She has always found the right people by using her international network and building a team using a combination of people, engaging with them, building confidence and trust. All which relate well to success in business. Anna describes the problem of impaired cognitive function for the long distance swimmer, giving great responsibility and decision making to the team for her wellbeing. Success is dependent on everyone in the team being clear what their role is. Anna calls on her inner strength to channel negative attitudes and uses them for motivation. In fascinating detail she explains how she eats from feeding nets and her preferred food when on a long swim.  

Electronic Beats Podcast
Mura Masa - Demons, Guernsey and Gorillaz

Electronic Beats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 47:26


Joining our host, Gesine, for this Electronic Beats podcast is Mura Masa, a British artist hailing from the little island of Geurnsey in the English Channel. Since debuting in 2017 Mura Masa has amassed an array of accolades for his music, from multiple Grammy nominations to producing for Stormzy and Octavian, winning a grammy for his remix of Haim's ‘Walking Away', an Ivor Novello ‘Best Contemporary Song' nomination and much more. Throughout this podcast Mura Masa discusses his life on a secluded island, acoustic instruments and his many musical influences. As well as touching on working with Gorillaz creator Damon Albarn, the importance of friendship and community in the music industry and his first club experiences. Tune in for an excursion through the mind of this exciting songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Flixwatcher: A Netflix Film Review Podcast
Episode # 266 His House with Ian Harries and Graham Jones from The Podcast Nobody Asked For

Flixwatcher: A Netflix Film Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 33:33


Graham Jones and Ian Harries from The Podcast Nobody Asked For return to Flixwatcher to review Graham's choice His House. His House is a 2020 horror film written and directed by Remi Weeks and starring Wunmi Mosaku, Sope Dirisu and Matt Smith. Bol (Sope Dirisu) and Rial (Wunmi Mosaku) are refugees fleeing from war-torn South Sudan. After surviving the dangerous journey across the English Channel in an overcrowded boat they are granted asylum in England. They find themselves assigned a grotty house on a nondescript housing estate with a sympathetic but firm case worker (Matt Smith) keeping a close eye on them. As Bol and Rial struggle to fit in with their new environment they are visited by a “night-witch” or apeth that torments them at night. While His House was a hit for Flixwatcher and guests its tough subject made it hard to easily recommend. However, with a tight run time of 93 minutes and excellent performances from both Dirisu and Mosaku His House still scores a respectable 3.98 overall.   [supsystic-tables id=278] Episode #266 Crew Links Thanks to Episode #266 Crew of Ian Harries (@lordharries) and Graham Jones from The Podcast Nobody Asked For Find their Websites online at https://thepodcastnobodyasked4.captivate.fm/ And at https://twitter.com/nobodyasked4pod Please make sure you give them some love   More about His House For more info on His House, you can visit His House IMDb page here or His House Rotten Tomatoes page here. Final Plug! Subscribe, Share and Review us on iTunes If you enjoyed this episode of Flixwatcher Podcast you probably know other people who will like it too! Please share it with your friends and family, review us, and join us across ALL of the Social Media links below. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Engineering History Podcast
Ep 14 - Operation Pluto

The Engineering History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 56:12


Anna and Paul discuss WWII Great Britain's plan to supply their troops with hot, fresh oil, piping it directly to them using a pipeline located under the frigid waters of the English Channel. Listen in to hear how they solved a real "conundrum!"

Pursuit of Gold with Laura Wilkinson
S1E65 - Getting Uncomfortable with Navy SEAL John Doolittle

Pursuit of Gold with Laura Wilkinson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 61:27


Today, Laura welcomes John Doolittle, a retired Navy SEAL Captain and currently a certified KAATSU Master Specialist who serves as the Chief Revenue Officer of KAATSU Global. Laura and John open the conversation by talking about John's swimming background and introduction to the Air Force Academy. Supported by his trusted mentor Mike, John decided to join the BUD/S training and become a Navy SEAL. Although the training was one of the most challenging and hardest periods of his life, it served as a great introduction to Navy life. From becoming a team player to developing mental toughness, John says this program taught him some of the most valuable lessons in life. He dives deep into the power of trust and how it can be applied in sports, too, not just in the military. He goes on to explain the importance of adopting the ‘never quit' mindset, highlighting its very powerful and contagious nature. Laura and John also address mental health in sports and the military, pointing out the importance of having strong team support and adequate resources. Finally, John shares an inspiring story about his solo swim across the English Channel to raise money for the Navy SEAL Foundation. He offers an inspiring conclusion to this extraordinary episode by stressing that you can accomplish anything in life if you do it for a reason greater than yourself. Episode Highlights: John's swimming background and introduction to the Air Force Academy Going from the Air Force Academy to the Navy The challenging journey of getting into the BUD/S class The three phases of BUD/S training Mental toughness vs. physical toughness Learning to be a team player Adopt a ‘never give up' mentality The importance of trust in teamwork and relationships The power of little things Protecting the homeland after 9/11 Pushing yourself without hitting the breaking point John's solo swim across the English Channel to raise money for the Navy SEAL Foundation Quotes: “One of my biggest takeaways from my time in the teams was about relationships based on trust. And you know why - that starts with our parents, but it also starts with mentors.” “Everyone fails physically pretty quick. That first night, you go to failure on just about everything you do. But the mental piece is so important. And you learn very quickly, that when you thought your body was done, you actually do have more to give.” “You quickly learn at BUD/S training that if you're trying to do something as an individual, you will fail. There are very few things, even this swimming in BUD/S, you can't do it by yourself. Everybody has a swim buddy. And if the two of you fail, don't make the time, you both failed the swim.” “Part of the goal with that type of training is to identify those that when they get really uncomfortable, when they get really tired, they end up making decisions that maybe are not the best. And whether or not somebody is going to quit, you want to identify that pretty early on.” “'Never quit mindset' is very, very powerful and contagious to others on the team.” “When you're doing something really hard in life, try and find a way to do it for something that's bigger than yourself, it's bigger than you, to do it for a reason greater than yourself and you can do damn near anything.” Pursuit of Gold Podcast is brought to you by Kaatsu Global Links: The Pursuit of Gold 1-on-1 Coaching with Laura Laura's Social Media: Laura's Instagram Laura's Facebook Connect with John: John's LinkedIn

Dan Wootton Uncancelled
Do un-electives like Bill Gates wield too much power in Westminster?

Dan Wootton Uncancelled

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 23:43


Tonight, on Dan Wootton Uncancelled: As Truss rules out future lockdowns, why were so many ordinary people so willing to obediently sacrifice their freedom in the name of Covid authoritarianism? Bestselling author and star Spectator columnist Lionel Shriver joins Dan to discuss. We can all thank our lucky stars that fishy Rishi Sunak and his globalist agenda have been booted to the backbenches, but do unelected elites like Bill Gates wield too much power in the halls of Westminster? Neil Oliver joins Dan to tackle that. Outgoing Attorney General Suella Braverman has replaced Priti Patel in the critical Home Secretary job and she'll have to take drastic and immediate action to solve the national emergency unfolding in the English Channel. One man who definitely knows what's required is Nigel Farage. He'll react to the new Cabinet announcements. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Wadjasay? American English Pronunciation Practice
Have you ever...? No, I've never...

Wadjasay? American English Pronunciation Practice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 44:54


One of the most common questions that new students of English will hear is: How long have you been studying English? Or: When did you start studying English? Or: When did you start learning English? So let's practice with those, because I often hear people struggle to answer those questions. Here's the question and the answer and we'll practice both of them.How long have you been studying English?--- I've been studying English for three years.Here's another way to ask the same question:When did you start studying English? --- I started three years ago.Someone might also ask you:Have you studied English for a long time?Oh, for a few years. Or: For a couple of years....For about two years.1). Have you ever seen a two-headed dog?No, I've never seen a two-headed dog.2) ___  eaten chocolate pizza? 3___  stolen a car?4) ___  visited Istanbul?5) ___  played professional basketball?6) ___  worked as an airplane pilot?7) ___  baked a wedding cake?8) ___  played piano with an orchestra?9) ___  been a waiter?10) ___  taught German?11) ___  traveled to Australia?12) ___  piloted a jet plane?13) ___  swum across the English Channel?14) ___  driven a taxi in London?15) ___  washed dishes in a restaurant?Intro & Outro Music: La Pompe Du Trompe by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

Galway Bay FM - Sports
Galway's Fergal Madden Completes Open Water Triple Crown

Galway Bay FM - Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 25:15


Chairman of the Atlantic Masters Swimming Club in Galway Fergal Madden from Derrydonnell completed the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming last weekend when completing the Catalina Swim in Los Angeles in a time of 13 hours and 38 minutes.  Fergal first swam the English Channel and last June, he completed the gruelling Manhattan 20 Bridges swim in 8 hours and 55 minutes. Following his successful swim in the US, Fergal returned to Renville at the beginning of the week where a large crowd welcomed home the first Connacht and only the 8th Irish swimmer to complete such a task and already, attention is turning towards other challenges. He spoke to John Mulligan on Wednesday evening.

Over The Falls Podcast
Guest Special - Gavin Lewis. English Channel Swim, Demons and Mental Resilience.

Over The Falls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 90:40


Gavin Lewis swam the English Channel, solo in 2016. We discuss his training, his fears, what his body went through both physically and mentally and how he accomplished the huge task of swimming the channel solo. This is a great insight into what goes on in the background when training for an event like this and the journey and sacrifices. We really enjoyed having Gavin in the studio, we laughed, we got emotional and it was a really interesting and an inspiring story to listen to and we hope you enjoy. Dave,Dukes and Med x. YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WPh9diwFghY

Detective and Mystery – Retro Radio Podcast
Blair of the Mounties – The Ibex Mystery Part2. 380926

Detective and Mystery – Retro Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 12:56


The mystery continues as Blair looks into the act of piracy in the English Channel. Blair had to take cover as he was raked by machine gun fire, but it…

Last Word
Margaret Keane, Keith Smith, Mario Fiorentini, Brenda Fisher

Last Word

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 27:47


Matthew Bannister on Margaret Keane (pictured), the American artist whose paintings of children with 'Big Eyes' became hugely popular in the 1960s. Her identity as the painter was kept secret by her husband who claimed the works as his own. Keith Smith, the market trader who co-founded the Poundland chain of shops. Mario Fiorentini, Italy's most decorated partisan, who risked torture and death to fight the German occupation of his country. Brenda Fisher, the long distance swimmer from Grimsby who became an international celebrity after breaking the women's speed record for swimming the English Channel. Producer: Emily Finch Interviewed guest: Larry Karaszewski Interviewed guest: Steve Smith Interviewed guest: Philip Cooke Interviewed guest: Alessandro Portelli Interviewed guest: Lucy Wood Interviewed guest: Peter Winchester MBE Archive clips used: Westinghouse Broadcasting Company / Mike Douglas Entertainments, The Mike Douglas Show - Interview with Margaret Keane 1972; BBC World Service, Outlook - Margaret Keane interview 30/12/2014; Duane Anderly, 1964 Lost Interview with Walter and Margaret Keane from YouTube; The Weinstein Company / Silverwood Films / Tim Burton Productions, Big Eyes (film clip) 2014; Express & Star YouTube Channel, Founder of Poundland, Keith Smith opens his grounds up for a festival 25/06/2015; BBC One, Antiques Roadshow: Series 41 - Pioneering Women Special 10/06/2018; BBC Sound Archive, Swim The Channel 17/08/1951.

Retro Radio Podcast
Blair of the Mounties – The Ibex Mystery Part2. 380926

Retro Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 12:56


The mystery continues as Blair looks into the act of piracy in the English Channel. Blair had to take cover as he was raked by machine gun fire, but it…

Learn Languages with Steve Kaufmann
Mastering TOEIC With Tetsuya Of @Morite2 English Channel

Learn Languages with Steve Kaufmann

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 22:59


Tetsuya of the YouTube channel Morite2 teaches test-taking skills for Japanese people taking TOEIC. We chatted about the state of English learning in Japan and his adventures in language learning.

Writer's Routine
Lexie Elliott, author of 'How to Kill Your Best Friend' - When the title comes before the plot, how lockdown changes writing spaces, and finding the story's voice

Writer's Routine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 44:01


Lexie Elliott accomplishes things. She graduated from the University of Oxford with a degree in theoretical physics (?!) became a championship-winning swimmer, and even swam the English Channel. She's just published her third novel, 'How to Kill Your Best Friend'. It tells the story of 3 friends who met on the college swim team. Years later, one is found dead in the ocean near a remote island. Can an elite swimmer really have drowned, or is something else going on?We talk about why she wanted to make the location of the story one of the central characters, also how she's had to be much better with deadlines after becoming a full-tiime writer, and how lockdown has changed where she writes.You can hear why she's pushed to be a writer in amongst everything else she's achieved, when she got a hold on her writing voice, and how quite rarely... the title came before the plot.You can support the show at patreon.com/writersroutine@writerspodwritersroutine.com Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Shortwave Report
The Shortwave Report August 26, 2022

The Shortwave Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 29:00


This week's show features stories from France 24, Radio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Havana Cuba, NHK Japan, and George Galloway. http://youthspeaksout.net/swr220826.mp3 (29:00) From FRANCE- Germany has begun running the first hydrogen powered train line with many more on the way. The French transportation minister is calling for regulation of private jets which emit 10 times more CO2 per passenger mile than commercial flights. From GERMANY- It has been World Water Week at a time of droughts and heat waves. A researcher from the Stockholm Resilience Center discusses the need to maintain the global fresh water cycle, which is losing its resilience from deforestation and climate change. The last few weeks have seen record heat waves in China and Europe, and could be a preview of the future. From CUBA- Brazilian Presidential candidate Lula da Silva promised to contain the deforestation of the Amazon basin by stopping illegal mining. Lula criticized politicians who use religious faith as a political platform, and that the state must remain secular. A Brazilian Supreme Court judge ordered the arrest of 8 businessmen who are promoting a coup d'etat if Lula wins the election in October. From JAPAN- Large parts of China are engulfed by a record heat wave shutting many industries down. A daily record number of migrants tried to enter the UK by the English Channel. An update on the Iran nuclear deal. Russians are accusing Ukrainian intelligence of assassinating the daughter of a close ally of Putin. From GEORGE GALLOWAY- George spoke with Garland Nixon, an American political analyst and radio talk show host on Pacifica radio station WPFW in Washington DC. They discuss Ukraine and how the rising tensions in the Indo-Pacific region affect it, and why many Europeans feel they are being sacrificed by the American empire. Garland says the European leaders have become puppets for the US.

The Gentleman's Atlas
Other Voices - Connecting Legacy, Purpose, and Values With Modern Society

The Gentleman's Atlas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 33:57


Welcome to today's episode of The Gentleman's Atlas Podcast. Today, we have Gavin Scott, speaking with me on how we adapt and connect our bigger mission to modern-day society, and how we can cut through all the distractions presented in life, and start leading a life that is meaningful to us. Our platform is committed to providing the tools and resources to form a community of like-minded individuals who seek to grow, develop, and become the best versions of themselves. Gavin Scott is the host of The Stay Outstanding Podcast, aiming to share the lessons learned and promote a better environment for all, internally and externally. hhttps://stayoutstanding.com/ Time Stamps - The Talking Points [00:00] Introduction & Background [04:46] The ties between money and legacy [07:30] Outgrowing our former self [11:27] What influence does legacy have on our lives [15:11] The disconnect between work and results [18:12] Understanding the reality you want [21:54] Gavin speaks about his goal of swimming the English Channel [25:00] Integrity in the heart of commitment and sacrifice [29:30] Key Takeaways & Closing Message Support us - https://glow.fm/thegentlemansatlas/ About Us - https://www.thegentlemansatlas.com/about-us Coaching - https://www.thegentlemansatlas.com/coaching Courses - https://www.thegentlemansatlas.com/courses The Atlas - https://www.thegentlemansatlas.com/theatlas Website - https://www.thegentlemansatlas.com

The Morning Drive Podcast by Double-T 97.3
August 25th, 2022: Hospital gowns, Swimming the English Channel, Talking to yourself at work, visiting new Big 12 schools.

The Morning Drive Podcast by Double-T 97.3

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 51:28


Chuck Heinz and Jamie Lent discuss hospital gowns, swimming the English Channel, talking to yourself at work, and ranking the four new Big12 schools for interest in going to an away game.

HistoryPod
25th August 1875: Captain Matthew Webb becomes the first person to swim the English Channel

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022


Captain Matthew Webb became the first person to successfully swim across the English ...

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John
UK Report with Malcolm Stewart: Record number of migrants cross English Channel

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 1:30


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UK True Crime Podcast
The Rolex Killer: Episode 301

UK True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 23:28


It was early on a summers morning in the English Channel, not far from Exeter, when the fishermen pulled up their nets. They were heavy and they were excited by what they may have caught. They found themselves looking at the fully clothed body of a middle-aged man and immediately called the police. The difficulty the police experienced was that there was no ID on the man at all, just an expensive rolex watch on his wrist. Would this help them find the man and just what happened to him? Referenced sites www.patreon.com/uktruecrime https://www.facebook.com/groups/UKTrueCrime www.uktruecrime.com Sources https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/rolex-murder-how-police-caught-516448.amp?fbclid=IwAR37_lJofAr3MStsfCsU_ggZsNUWfKbBrUQtVNalrMQ-4eh5yYaZSYVBAk4 https://medium.com/crimebeat/the-insanely-bizarre-murder-mystery-of-ronald-joseph-platt-6254fa29bd6e https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Johnson_Walker https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/daughter-speaks-out-against-evil-father/article18219037/

The Sidecar Podcast from The Cricket
SIDECAR with Kris McGinn & Erika Brown on Catch Up Patrol

The Sidecar Podcast from The Cricket

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 34:00


This week, Cricket Features Editor Kris McGinn catches up with Erika Brown and talks Festival by the Sea, the recent controversy at Long Beach, and Manchester resident Martha Woods' remarkable swim across the English Channel.

Brexitcast
Not a Moment too Moon

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 34:42


NASA's mega-rocket lunar mission is go for launch! The BBC's science editor Rebecca Morelle explains everything you need to know about the American space agency's latest Moon mission. Also, Newsnight's UK Editor Sima Kotecha and BBC Kent political reporter Michael Keohan discuss why a new 24-hour record has been set for migrant crossings on the English Channel. And Isabel Hilton from ChinaDialogue.net describes the repercussions of China's most intense heat wave on record. Today's episode was made by Tim Walklate with Clare Williamson and Natalie Ktena. The technical producer was Hannah Montgomery. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.

RunYogi Diaries
RunYogi Diaries #104 with Madhu Nagaraja on second chances and his journey to swim the English channel

RunYogi Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 94:25


In conversation with Madhu Nagaraja, an incredible athlete who found his way back to his passion perchance amidst a personal breakdown. Sometimes, bad things happen for the good. Here is Nagaraja's incredible Open Water Swimming Career summary Open Water Swimming Career He is a Patron of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame. He serves as a Marathon Swimming Mentor. On 3 August 2003, he finished 19th in the 10 km Capitola Santa Cruz Pier-to-Pier Swim in Santa Cruz, California in 2 hours 57 minutes 50 seconds at the age of 32. On 10 August 2004, he completed a 33.8 km crossing of the English Channel from England to France in 12 hours 31 minutes at the age of 33. he participated in a relay across the Maui Channel from the island of Lanai to the island of Maui in 2008 he completed the Marathon Des Sables in 2010 On 29 July 2012, he completed a 41.3 km crossing of Lake Ontario from Lakeside Park to Coronation Beach Park in Oakville, Canada in 24 hours 26 minutes 3 seconds at the age of 41 to join the 24-hour club he swam a mile in each of the Great Lakes of Canada in 2016 together with Mauro Campanelli, Loren King, Lynn De Lathouwer Rodgers, Bud Seawright, Hilda Leahy, and Geoff Farrow. he completed a crossing of the Strait of Magellan in Chile in December 2017 together with Michelle Macy. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame, appointed in late 2021. Queens platinum jubilee medal

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
338: Tips on Taking the Eurostar between Paris and London

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 40:29 Very Popular


  It's been said that taking the Eurostar (which runs under the English Channel, connecting London to Brussels, Paris, Lille, Rotterdam and Amsterdam) is much more like taking a plane ride than taking a train ride, and in many respects, I would have to agree. Why? It's swift, it's non-stop and there is wonderful service and amenities for comfort as you drift along in either direction. Today's episode/post is for the first-time traveler choosing to take the Eurostar and especially for those of you like me, who don't live in Europe or Britain and want to see as much of the two countries that you love during one trip with ease. I booked my first ticket on the Eurostar in 2012, boarding in London, destined for Paris. Riding Standard (aka Coach) with my traveling companion, the ease of having your luggage with you, sitting in comfortable seats with spacious seating arrangements all the while knowing the only stop will be your stop eased my mind as it was the first time I had traveled abroad to Europe since 2000. Fast forward to 2022, and I booked our Standard Premiere tickets (there are three classes - Standard, Standard Premiere and Business Premiere), leaving Paris, departing for London. The upgrade was lovely and worth the additional space, a bit quieter (although Standard was fairly quiet as well), and the upgrade in dining service was oh, so good. But I am getting ahead of myself. ~The Simple Sophisticate, episode #338 ~Subscribe to The Simple Sophisticate:  iTunes | Stitcher | iHeartRadio | YouTube | Spotify | Amazon Music    

Farage: The Podcast
Episode 204: Will Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak be able to solve the migrant crisis?

Farage: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 46:58


On tonight's episode of Farage:Will Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak be able to solve the English Channel migrant crisis?Was Graeme Souness wrong to refer to Tottenham's 2-2 draw at Chelsea as a 'man's game'?And Talking Pints with former Australian PM Tony Abbott Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Noble Blood
The White Ship on the English Channel

Noble Blood

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 39:54 Very Popular


William the Conquerer's youngest son, Henry, had to scheme and fight to become King of England. But his dreams of peacefully united England and Normandy would run into rocky waters. Support Noble Blood: — Bonus episodes, stickers, and scripts on Patreon — Merch! — Order Dana's book, 'Anatomy: A Love Story' and pre-order its sequel 'Immortality: A Love Story'See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast

The BSB Team cover all the latest news in sport plus chat with Radio KJR announcer Dick Fain, English Channel swimmer Jaimee Rogers and SMH journalist Adam Pengilly

Not Again Podcast
Not Again Podcast Episode 181- PJ Thum

Not Again Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 117:22


If there is a word to describe PJ Thum, I think “Brave” is a good word to use. He has done feats that a lot of people have never considered possible.  The first Singaporean to swim past the English Channel and being an Olympian in 1996. Tapping into his life as a historian, he had a podcast titled The History of Singapore . Giving insights to the story of history and politics of Singapore which makes me wonder the beauty and the drama behind Singapore history.  Fighting the good fight and doing the right thing  is in the bones of PJ Thum which inevitably pushes him to be public enemy number one. He has gotten academically blacklisted for doing his job and too getting escorted to the police station for interrogation for political allegations. He explains the process of how a research takes place. The perspective of a historian looking at a source and where the funding comes from. He tells his experience of his arrest and interrogation. What step he took to prepare for the arrest.  He is made to be who he is, he claims. He supported his claims and looked back to his life and of course we delved quite a bit with education, sports, his childhood. After discussing the idea of Freedom of Speech with the limitations and why we need the Freedom of Speech and our boundaries with it. 

Wellbeing for Everyday Life
Ataxia Foundation Ireland - Albert Young, Interim CEO, Dr. Mary Kearney and Mark Cokes Colclough

Wellbeing for Everyday Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 46:33


Friedreich Ataxia is a rare genetic condition with no treatment or cure. Al Young, Founder and CEO of Ataxia Foundation Ireland, is a wheelchair user who is working to raise awareness of this condition. Dr. Mary Kearney has two daughters with the condition, and Mark Cokes Colclough recently swam the English Channel to raise funds for The #Ataxia Foundation Ireland. Please support this essential support organisation at Ataxia Foundation Ireland | Cokes Channel Swim in aid of Ataxia Foundation Ireland | Gorey, Wexford, Ireland (afi.ie)

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast
Jaimee Rogers 17.08.22

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 11:57


Big Sports Breakfast Host talks about her recent successful crossing of the English Channel

Light Hearted
Light Hearted ep 186 – Charles Franklyn, South Foreland, England

Light Hearted

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 51:59


South Foreland Lighthouse is located on the famous White Cliffs of Dover in southeastern England, overlooking the English Channel with a view to France on clear days. The cliff face, which reaches a height of 350 feet, is composed of white chalk accented by streaks of black flint. The dangers posed to shipping by the offshore obstacle known as Goodwin Sands led to the establishment of two lighthouses at South Foreland in 1635. The structures were rebuilt in the 1790s, and then Trinity House, England's lighthouse authority, purchased the property. The lighthouse that stands at South Foreland today was built in 1842. South Foreland Lighthouse, England. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. In the 1850s, Michael Faraday, acting as a scientific advisor to Trinity House, was exploring the feasibility of electric light being used in lighthouses. A trial was conducted at South Foreland in 1858, making it the first lighthouse to use electric light. In 1898 South Foreland Lighthouse was used by Guglielmo Marconi during his work on radio waves. He received the first ship-to-shore message from the East Goodwin lightship on Christmas Eve that year, and in 1899 the first international transmission was made between the lighthouse and France. A view from the top of South Foreland Lighthouse. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. The light was automated in 1969, and it was discontinued in 1988. A short time later, ownership was transferred to the National Trust. The site is open to the public, and most people visit by walking a trail along the cliffs from Dover. There's also a popular teahouse at the light station. Charles Franklyn lives in Deal, Kent, not far from South Foreland, and he's been a volunteer tour guide at the lighthouse for 18 years. First-order Fresnel lens at South Foreland Lighthouse. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. https://youtu.be/12EUVeyvsNw Video by Charles Franklyn of the celebration of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee at South Foreland in June 2022. Use this player to listen to the podcast:

RSN Racing Pulse
Sky Sports radio's Jamiee Rogers has just completed a swim across the English Channel

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 13:05


Sky Sports radio's Jamiee Rogers has just completed a swim across the English Channel to raise money for Gotcha 4 Life.

Farage: The Podcast
Episode 199: Why are Albanians crossing the English Channel?

Farage: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 44:52


On this episode of Farage:Nigel reacts to new figures showing four out of ten people crossing the Channel are Albanian.British Weather Services Meteorologist Jim Dale talks about whether heatwaves are caused by climate change.And joining Nigel on Talking Pints is actor/singer Jess Conrad. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Whateley
Whateley in a Snapshot (9.8.22)

Whateley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 5:07


Nathan Buckley shared his thoughts on the Patrick Cripps' tribunal hearing, AFLPA president Patrick Dangerfield has pondered the revelations from the notorious Crows camp, Andrew Voss as the NRL considers a penalty for Raiders coach Ricky Stuart and his personal attack on a player, Jason Richardson from the closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games, and Rob Woodhouse swam the English Channel on the weekend.

Whateley
Whateley - Full Show (9.8.22)

Whateley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 103:05


On Tuesday morning, Gerard's editorial on Patrick Cripps' upcoming tribunal hearing (00:36) was followed by Nathan Buckley, who continued the discussion on Cripps' bump before moving onto some more of footy's hot topics (5:17). Patrick Dangerfield weighed in on the Cripps bump, Josh Jenkins' statement regarding Adelaide's camp, and Tahlia McGrath's presence in the Australian T20 side after testing positive to COVID (41:43), and Gerard then got the latest AFL news from Sam Edmund (1:04:51). He quickly reached 'Across the Divide' with Andrew Voss (1:15:44), and then caught up with Jason Richardson who was leaving the closing ceremony in Birmingham (1:22:10). Lastly, he spoke to Rob Woodhouse who completed the English Channel swim on the weekend (1:32:10).

Whateley
Rob Woodhouse on his English Channel swim (9.8.22)

Whateley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 10:55


Former Olympian and swimming expert Rob Woodhouse joined Gerard to talk about his experience swimming the English Channel on the weekend, and to talk about why he was so keen to complete the gruelling challenge.

Tales of History and Imagination
The Many Deaths of Glenn Miller

Tales of History and Imagination

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 20:27


Glenn Miller was a trombonist, composer, superstar bandleader, and a war hero. On 15th December he hitched a ride on a plane across the English Channel - and was never seen again.  This week we discuss some of the many, alleged deaths of them remarkable Mr Miller.  Note: Normally I'm fairly claiming all music yours truly - the ‘music box' arrangement of Miller's Moonlight Serenade (1935) at the beginning is my interpretation of his composition cribbed by ear off of the original.  Later in the piece Miller's own (far superior) composition features.  We close the episode, not on the regular theme, but on Miller's arrangement of Leon Rene's When The Swallows Come Back to Capistrano.  Sources this week - I'll fill this in, in full later. I worked mostly from an old Readers Digest Mystery book, articles from the LA Times and Irish Times, and several random facts I carry in my head about the utterly deplorable Mr Heidrich.    The blog post of the episode is here. Support the show on Patreon for just $2 a month and get access to exclusive content.     Please leave a like and review wherever you listen. The best way you can help support the show is to share an episode with a friend - Creative works grow best by word of mouth. I post episodes fortnightly, Wednesdays. Tales of History and Imagination is on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. The show has a YouTube Channel, largely for Audiogram advertisements.      Music, writing, narration, mixing all yours truly - except where stated otherwise (see above). For more information on Simone click here. 

Writing Community Chat Show
Twists, turns & mind games. Lexie Elliot on The WCCS.

Writing Community Chat Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 63:02


Twists, turns & mind games. Lexie Elliot on The WCCS.Lexie Elliott was born in 1976 and grew up in Scotland, at the foot of the Highlands. Her first attempt at a book came in primary school, and featured a horse; sadly, that manuscript has been lost. She attended a local state high school, Dunblane High School, and spent much of her teenaged years reading and swimming. In 1994 she began a Physics degree at University College, Oxford, where she obtained a first; she subsequently obtained a doctorate in Theoretical Physics, also from Oxford University. A keen sportwoman, she represented Oxford University every one of her seven years there in either Swimming or Waterpolo, and usually both. However, she never lost her longheld desire to become a writer and always had a drawer full of private scribblings.​After university, Lexie succumbed to the need to climb out of debt and find a job and began work for an investment bank in London, where she remained for 8 years. During that time she also took up triathlon, met her husband (in a swimming pool at 5.30am, but that is another story...), got married and had two gorgeous boys, swam the English Channel solo, ran a few marathons and ultramarathons and tried in vain to carve out enough time to write. After losing her banking job during the Global Financial Crisis, she began work part-time in fund management in the City of London, and writing part-time. Her debut novel, The French Girl, was published in February 2018. In 2021, Lexie decided to take a break from the city and is currently writing full-time. When she's not writing, she can be found running, swimming and juggling family life whilst thinking about writing. Lexie is currently working on her fourth novel.How to Kill Your Best Friend: The breathtakingly twisty 2022 Richard and Judy Book Club pick.I'd do anything for my friends - even murder...Georgie, Lissa and Bronwyn have been best friends since they met on their college swimming team. Now Lissa is dead - drowned off the coast of the remote island where her second husband owns a luxury resort. But could a star open-water swimmer really have drowned? Or is something more sinister going on?Brought together for Lissa's memorial, Georgie, Bron, Lissa's grieving husband and their friends find themselves questioning the circumstances around Lissa's death - and each other. As the weather turns ominous, trapping the guests on the island, it slowly dawns on them that Lissa's death was only the beginning. Nobody knows who they can trust. Or if they'll make it off the island alive...THE WCCS – TOGETHER AS ONE, WE GET IT DONE!If you would like to advertise your book on the show, to enroll in a book launch interview, or to have a WCCS social media shout out, visit here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheWCCSIf 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► 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​

Farage: The Podcast
Episode 197: What is going on in the Channel?

Farage: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 46:22


On this episode of Farage:What is going on in the English Channel? We have some exclusive footage...Conservative voters are turning their back on Net Zero.And joining Nigel on Talking Pints is the voice of Margaret Thatcher from Spitting Image. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Generation Why Podcast
Murder of Ronald Platt - 479

The Generation Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 52:03 Very Popular


July 28th, 1996. Devon, England. A fisherman discovered a body in the English Channel near Devon, England. The man had no identification, but he was wearing a Rolex watch. Rolex records identified the man as Ronald Platt. The police discovered that his cause of death was drowning, but had no idea how he ended up in the water in the first place. After further investigation the police learned there was another man calling himself Ronald Platt, who had stolen Ronald's identity and likely murdered him to keep him from going to the authorities. Get bonus content from Generation Why at: patreon.com/generationwhyListen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/generationwhy.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chick2Chick
She Swam the English Channel!

Chick2Chick

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 13:23


She's a real live Super Woman! Jeannie Zappe, 55 years old, is an Open Water Swimmer with an incredible story to share! Chick2Chick chirps with this "mermaid" to learn about her experience in this podcast, "She Swam the English Channel." You can also watch Chick2Chick on the DB TV Network on Roku, Amazon Fire, and On Demand! Clothes courtesy Three Little Birds. #podcast #letschirp #realtalk #womensvoices #swimming #theEnglishChannel #super #mermaid

Nightlife
Aussie swims English Channel for indigenous youth

Nightlife

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 22:59


Ross Youngman is one of those who wanted to tick the 'I swum the English Channel' box.

The Dead Set Legends Sydney Catch Up - Triple M Sydney - Gus, Jude & Wendell
Dead Set Legends | Is This Australia's Best Quiz?

The Dead Set Legends Sydney Catch Up - Triple M Sydney - Gus, Jude & Wendell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 59:49


Huge week in sport – Eels epic win over the Panthers in Friday night footy, Australia already winning Gold at the Commonwealth Games and of course Manly's pride jersey fall out  We chat to Jaimee Rodgers whos swimming the English Channel to raise money for Gotcha For Life. Candice Quiz is back and better than ever! Plus the usual Motorsports update with Greg Rust, Sports Updates as well as a Grievance from RichardSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

On the Dogwatch
42. Alex Crane: Stylish and Sustainable Clothing

On the Dogwatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 62:53


A well-cut linen shirt, an organic cotton chore coat, or an extra soft merino wool sweater and cap are perfect to wear on any Dogwatch, which makes it even more of a special opportunity that we are joined today by Alex Crane. Alex is the founder and designer of his own clothing brand, Alex Crane, that provides garments intended to help you feel breezy and look sharp at the same time. What's more, Alex has committed to making his clothing from 100% natural materials, and by 2025 he plans to have them fully biodegradable as well. Alex sent me several items so that I could experience his work in-person, and I can say that the materials, design, and cuts of his clothing are something that anyone who loves to go from the indoors to the outdoors should consider experiencing. When he told me that their linen is grown on the coast in Normandy, France, and the fibers spent their young life looking over the English Channel, I was intrigued. Now feeling the substantial and soft fabric in my hand, the value of this super-fabric is clear–it is an incredibly low-impact fiber environmentally, only requires water and sun to grow, is antimicrobial, and is 3x as strong as cotton.In our conversation, Alex describes how he came to design clothes and the development of his brand, the features that typify Alex Crane clothing, as well as specific aspects of the materials he uses, details of design, and the fit of the offerings. This is not just a talk on clothes, though. Alex provides perspectives on books he has read, water, the roles and responsibilities of clothiers and consumers, and fittingly, even helps us think about the evolution of beauty.So sit back and join us as we think about all the joy and comfort that can come from natural things.

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
Swimming across the English Channel — seven South Africans set to take the plunge

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 9:08


Guest: South Africa's 10km open-water Olympian, Michelle Weber, joins John to discuss the daunting 32km adventure that she has undertaken. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
60 Swims, 2 Treaties Signed, and 1 Whale Saved: The Incredible Life of Lynne Cox

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 54:41 Transcription Available Very Popular


Mark speaks with Lynne Cox, a long-distance open-water swimmer, writer and speaker. Lynne holds over 50 world records and firsts, including setting the record for swimming the English Channel (twice). Lynne was also the first and only person to ever swim between the United States and the Soviet Union in the Bering Strait. This effort took her 11 years to coordinate during the height of the Cold War, and it helped the world to see that there was a very short distance between these two nations (just 2.7 miles). Today, Commander Divine speaks with Lynne Cox, a long-distance open-water swimmer, writer and speaker. Lynne holds over 50 world records and firsts, including setting the record for swimming the English Channel (twice). Lynne was also the first and only person to ever swim between the United States and the Soviet Union in the Bering Strait. This effort took her 11 years to coordinate during the height of the Cold War, and it helped the world to see that there was a very short distance between these two nations (just 2.7 miles). In this episode, Lynne discusses what it takes to make record-breaking swims, the fascinating process of greatness, and her incredible interactions with dogs, whales, and other creatures in the water. Key Takeaways: Find the others. When asked why she was compelled to embark on such unprecedented swims, Lynne said it’s because swimming is her “song in the world.” When you follow your song in the world, you tune into who you are and are driven to figure out what you're capable of doing. But more importantly, finding your song in the world almost always involves other people. How do you get a team of people around you that can complement your passion? Together, you can do something that's never been done. How do people become who they are? Throughout all her varied interests (swimming, history, exercise physiology), Lynne says that her common thread of inspiration is figuring out how people become who they are, and how they influence change in a positive way. Who was Gandhi before Gandhi? Who was Amelia Earhart before she became who she was? The interesting part is found in the in-between. Everyone is a genius. Lynne owes much of her contributions to the amazing help of other people, from the teams who helped her on her swims, to those who gave her advice about book publishing. There are so many different little worlds out there that you can tap into through others. And if you can just connect at one point, it leads you to directions you couldn’t have dreamed of on your own. Small openings lead to bigger movements. It took Lynne 11 years to orchestrate her historic swim in the Bering Strait due to border issues in the Soviet Union. When the Bering Strait ports were finally opened, Gorbachev and Reagan stood up and toasted “swim.” President Gorbachev said it illustrated how close to each other the two countries are (just 2.7 miles apart)....

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Ian Morris: Geography Is Destiny

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 77:56


Ian Morris returns to The Commonwealth Club for an online discussion of his latest research into the deep history of the human race. In the wake of Brexit, Morris now tackles the 8 millennia history of Britain's relationship to Europe as that relationship keeps changing in the context of a continually globalizing world. When Britain voted to leave the European Union in 2016, the 48 percent who wanted to stay and the 52 percent who wanted to go each accused the other of stupidity, fraud and treason. But the Brexit debate merely reran a script written 8,000 years earlier, when rising seas physically separated the British Isles from the European continent. Morris describes how technology and organization have steadily enlarged Britain's arena, and how its people have turned this to their advantage. For the first 7,500 years, the British were never more than bit players at the western edge of a European stage, struggling to find a role among bigger, richer and more sophisticated continental rivals. By A.D. 1500, however, new kinds of ships and governments had turned the European stage into an Atlantic one. With the English Channel now functioning as a barrier, England transformed the British Isles into a United Kingdom that created a worldwide empire. Since 1900, however, Britain has been overshadowed by American, European and Chinese actors. But Morris says that in trying to find its new place in a global economy, Britain has been looking in all the wrong places. The great question for the 21st century is not what to do about Brussels, but what to do about Beijing. MLF ORGANIZER George Hammond SPEAKERS Ian Morris The Jean and Rebecca Willard Professor of Classics and Professor in History, Stanford University; Author, Geography is Destiny—Britain's Place in the World: A 10,000 Year History In Conversation with George Hammond Author, Conversations With Socrates In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on July 19th, 2022 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Love to Move Podcast
Breathwork That Works with Tracey Howes

The Love to Move Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 70:20


The video version of this podcast can be found on: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxsyHU9spurLF2rZg0cVBoQ It's ok, just breathe! Take a deep breath in, and out. If only breathwork was this simple. Unfortunately, we have moved away from breathing normally with our stressful and slouched environment. On this episode of the Love to Move Podcast, we talk we Tracey Howes about how we can start returning to improved breathing in our daily lives. The health benefits are truly staggering! Luckily, Tracey shares not only basic breathing practices, but some of the more advanced options as well. Tracey Howes is an Advanced Oxygen Advantage Instructor and RAID freediver based on the south coast of England. Freediving is a form of underwater diving that relies on breath-holding until resurfacing rather than the use of breathing apparatus. This specialized training and her own health needs inspired Tracey to expand her knowledge of functional breathing to improve general health and wellbeing. By incorporating scientifically proven breathwork techniques into daily practice and training programs, Tracey's clients have transformed their breathing habits to build confidence, improve focus and concentration, sleep quality, reduce anxiety and stress, train for marathons and prepare to swim The English Channel. Tracey is particularly interested in how hormonal fluctuations affect women's breathing and overall quality of life. She is committed to sharing evidence-based research to shine a light on the subject and empower her clients. Clients include recreational athletes, corporate leaders and teams, independent business owners, families and teens, amongst others. Tracey also collaborates with trusted wellbeing practitioners should clients require additional support. The eternal student, Tracey is passionate about sharing breathing education and practical exercises which can be applied in day-to-day activities with meaningful, measurable and long-lasting results.   Mouth taping link:  https://myotape.com/  Work with Tracey:  1-to-1  *  Groups  *  Live events  *  Retreats  *  Corporate  *  In person  *  Zoom *** https://linktr.ee/traceyhowes Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/traceymayhowes/  Linkedin:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/traceyhowes/    Stefan Email:  stefan.zavalin@ltmmtl.com Website: www.stefanzavalin.com  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stefan.zavalin/ Book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09PM74BPD   

Beyond The Horizon
A Look Back: Prince Andrew And The Fraud Case #2

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 17:37


Prince Andrew continues to act as a weight around the collective neck of the royal family, yet the queen is not doing herself any favors. Instead of cutting the anchor free, she seems intent on letting him drag them all to the bottom of the English Channel. Will the Queen wake up or will she continue to try to help refurbish Andrew's image?(commercial at 9:35)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/apr/02/naive-or-blinded-by-affection-either-way-time-queen-hung-up-her-crown