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Brighton, who fielded a starting lineup purchased for ~17M GBP, dominate a hapless Manchester United who look disjointed in the early stages of the season; United's issues are on and off the field with Sancho and Antony situations; Man City overcome stubborn West Ham with class from newer recruits like Jeremy Doku and Julian Alvarez; Spurs go from a disappointing loss to the latest comeback in Premier League history with goals in the 98th and 100th minute; Arsenal grind out another close win as a highly-anticipated North London Derby approaches; and rounding out with transfers we missed at the end of the window and post-transfer window table predictions.
Many dishes have become famous national symbols both at home and abroad, for example Italian pizza, or British fish and chips. Whilst such dishes can create a sense of unity and identity, they can also be used to fuel nationalism, or to push a political agenda. In this edition of The Food Chain, Izzy Greenfield hears the stories behind some of the most famous national foods, some based more on myth or marketing than historical fact. She speaks to Anya Von Bremzen, author of 'National Dish', in which Anya investigates the origins of foods such as Italian pizza, Japanese noodles, Spanish tapas and Mexican tortillas. The Secretary of the Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage at UNESCO, Tim Curtis, explains why some dishes are recognised for the community practices that surround them. Andrew Crook, President of the National Federation of Fish Fryers in the UK, and food historian Professor Panikos Panayi from DeMontfort University in Leicester, England, explain the complex history behind fish and chips. If you would like to get in touch with the programme, email firstname.lastname@example.org Presented by Izzy Greenfield. Produced by Beatrice Pickup. (Image:takeaway fish and chips with a union jack flag on a cocktail stick. Credit: BBC)
This week Alan and Hiram join the show as they open with Leeds huge win at Millwall as they rarely win in London. It may not have been 9-0 but Leicester still thumped Southampton. In League 1 Pompey remains the only unbeaten club as Exeter and Port Vale sit at the top of the league. Accy got a big win in League 2 and Wrexham are now in the top 4, but Big Sam and Alan “educate” Hiram on the past of a former Crowley Town manager. The boys enjoyed Wild Turkey's Decade One as it was a bottle-killing night. Support the show and get extra content: https://www.patreon.com/dufootballshow www.Dufootballshow.com www.DUdripshack.com Facebook @DUfootballshow Instagram @DUfootballshow Twitter @DUfootballshow YouTube @DUfootballshow
Raya or Ramsdale? That is the question. And it is a massive, potentially position-changing question in a fascinating scenario which will no doubt rumble on until the end of this season - at the very earliest. Mikel Arteta has been respectfully firm in his stance that rotating goalkeepers shouldn't be such a big deal; his argument leaning towards how the perceived No1 and No2 norm has never been called into question when, in a modern era of rapid evolution, alternating stoppers simply makes sense. We discuss whether Arteta has a point, and how Arsenal's crucial block of games from now through to early November will provide a clear and likely marker for how the Spaniard intends to move things forward. In other news, Don Goodman added a new term to a pundit's goalkeeping glossary during Leicester's win at Southampton, and for the first time this term we hear a Goalkeeper Assist klaxon from the National League (bravo, Louie Moulden), a Keeper Caper over in Denmark (sorry Bailey Peacock-Farrell) and, lastly, a Text Talk courtesy of the FA Cup Second Qualifying Round (thank you, Roco Rees).
In her own words: “Hi! I'm Kalyani, a freelance photographer, biologist and wildlife filmmaker, born and raised in the city of Leicester, what felt like miles away from the countryside and the outdoors. With no role-models or influences in my life to steer me to the natural world, it's a mystery to my whole family how I ended up loving the outdoors and everything in it, but somehow I did. My love for nature fuelled me to pursue a BSc at the Royal Veterinary College where I studied a whole range of aspects of animal biology; from anatomy and physiology to behaviour and evolution. My research into kangaroo biomechanics and limb bone scaling was part of a paper published in the Royal Society Open Science in 2018. I then completed my MSc at Imperial College London, where I fell in love with science communication and story telling. I first picked up a camera at 19 years old when my parents sent me to live in an ashram for 6 months (of course, as a teenager, I wasn't too thrilled at the prospect initially) and that's how I accidentally got into, and got hooked on, photography. I am self-taught and now specialise in travel and wildlife photography. I love exploring the world, often travelling solo, and learning about different cultures beyond stereotypes. Having Indian heritage, I have a deep understanding of the need to look beyond imperialist and colonialist generalisations and I am able to truly connect with people around the world. As a biologist, there's something so incredibly special about seeing the most breathtaking animals in their natural habitat and experiencing the sheer magnitude and magic of the world around us. I have been fortunate enough to have been to the Kumbh Mela, the largest gathering of people on Earth, the forests of Finland to photograph brown bears and the depths of the South African ocean, surrounded by thousands of hammerhead sharks. My photography work has been featured by UNICEF and the BBC and I have had the opportunity to have worked for Parmarth Niketan Ashram and Light for the World. I have also had footage featured on BBC AutumnWatch and one of my photographs was selected for the long list of the Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. I work full time as a freelancer on science and wildlife documentaries, where I am currently working as a researcher for the BBC's Natural History Unit on a landmark natural history series for National Geographic.” *** New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. You can support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast Thank you. *** Show notes Who is Kalyani Her love for the outdoors and nature Wanting to be a vet when she was younger Being sent to India by her parents Accidentally getting into photography What did her daily life look like in the Ashram The moment when it all came together for her and started to enjoy taking photos Going back home and doing a 3-year science degree Still unsure what she wanted to do Getting her Master's at Imperial Science Media Production Working in a restaurant How did she get her first job in The Great British Bake Off Starting out as a runner and what she does Taking every opportunity that is given to her How does she cope with the stress Her trips to other countries and what was it like for her Her main job as a wildlife filmmaker Working on a big series for National Geographic Interesting place in Africa called Mauritania Doing a shoot for three and a half weeks with a small crew Why she's less tired than many others and her exhaustion-coping advice Biggest challenges she's faced and had to deal with Kalyani's trip to Iceland and why it was one of the best wildlife moments for her Taking a trip to Finland for her birthday Diving in the South African ocean with the hammerhead sharks Climate change and figuring out shoot dates The reality of nature Where to find more information about Kalyani Top tips and advice Social Media Website: www.kalyanilodhia.com Instagram: @kalyanilodhia Twitter: @kalyanilodhia
The signs of things to come?... Episode 137 of the On The Ball Norwich City Podcast assesses the Canaries' early action and standout performances as the 2023-24 Championship season finds its rhythm. NCFCnumbers AKA Steve Sanders is in the hosting chair alongside former Canaries head of content Dan Brigham and author Zoe Morgan. They reflect on a bunch of matches, the latest being a home victory over Stoke, as well as Jon Rowe's emergence, the transfer window fallout and a busy week ahead. A visit from Leicester, a trek to Plymouth, goodbye Tim Krul and Jack Stacey's arrival. It's all here and more besides. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matt Davies-Adams, Sam Parkin and Adrian Clarke are back to round up another action packed weekend in the EFL. Cardiff lauded it up over Swansea in the South Wales derby, Leeds tamed the Lions of Millwall and Leicester continue to impress in the Championship but what about surprise package Preston? Meanwhile neil Warnock is no longer in charge of Huddersfield. In League One it was a tough start to life as Fleetwood gaffa for Lee Johnson but Port Vale continued their impressive start We tip our hat to Crawley and discuss two League Two standouts in this week's scouting report. What about this from our friends at QuinnBet. Enhanced UK Welcome Offer ⚡ Register & Deposit, for up to £35 Free Bet. Visit: https://quinnbet.click/o/L5trHE?lpage=PdMl0B 18+ T&Cs Apply. Always Gamble Responsibly.
In part two of now THREE, Amanda explores fast fashion 1.0 and 2.0 through the lens of her career. In this episode we will break down all of the acrobatics brands did to bring their customers more and more newness, faster and faster. How fashion got faster with some help from social media and the normalization of shopping online. How retailers began to commodify every holiday and occasion, creating products we didn't really need for every and any "event." Why fast fashion retailers started to carry a lot of new things that weren't clothing. How small online-only retailers like Modcloth, Nasty Gal, Lulu's, and Dolls Kill were able to offer even more steady newness without a huge in-house design team. Get ready to learn about the San Pedro Apparel Mart. How fast fashion 2.0 brands like Fashion Nova and Boohoo could keep prices low while creating product faster than anyone else. Additional reading:"Barnardo's calls for people to think 'pre-loved' before buying new clothes"Planet Money, Episode 765: The Holiday Industrial Complex"Is Urban Outfitters Phasing Out Its Indie Athleisure Brand?," Adele Chapin, Racked."From the San Pedro Wholesale Mart, a Brand Rises," Kari Hamanaka, WWD."Boohoo's business model is as cheeky as a bikini paired with chaps," The Economist."Inside the lavish lives of the billionaire family behind Boohoo, the fast-fashion giant called out in an investigation into workers being paid just $4 an hour at suppliers' factories," Mary Hanbury, Insider."Boohoo booms as Leicester garment factories are linked to lockdown," Archie Bland and Annie Kelly, The Guardian."Dark factories: labour exploitation in Britain's garment industry," Sarah O'Connor, Financial Times."Boohoo opens first owned factory in ‘new chapter' amid international market challenges," Emily Hawkins, City A.M."Three graphs revealing how Fashion Nova disrupted the fashion industry," Edited."Fashion Nova's Secret: Underpaid Workers in Los Angeles Factories," Natalie Kitroeff, The New York Times.FTC Announces Refund Claims Process for Fashion Nova Customers Affected by Deceptive Review PracticesSpecial thanks to this episode's sponsors:Soft Work, intuitive garment construction for beginners. Registration open until 9/22!Osei-Duro! Find them on Instagram as @oseiduro.Use promo code CLOTHESHORSE20 to get 20% off your order!If you want to share your opinion/additional thoughts on the subjects we cover in each episode, feel free to email, whether it's a typed out message or an audio recording: email@example.comOr call the Clotheshorse hotline: 717.925.7417Find this episode's transcript (and so much more) at clotheshorsepodcast.comClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable small businesses:St. Evens is an NYC-based vintage shop that is dedicated to bringing you those special pieces you'll reach for again and again. More than just a store, St. Evens is dedicated to sharing the stories and history behind the garments. 10% of all sales are donated to a different charitable organization each month. New vintage is released every Thursday at wearStEvens.com, with previews of new pieces and more brought to you on Instagram at @wear_st.evens.Deco Denim is a startup based out of San Francisco, selling clothing and accessories that are sustainable, gender fluid, size inclusive and high quality--made to last for years to come. Deco Denim is trying to change the way you think about buying clothes. Founder Sarah Mattes wants to empower people to ask important questions like, “Where was this made? Was this garment made ethically? Is this fabric made of plastic? Can this garment be upcycled and if not, can it be recycled?” Signup at decodenim.com to receive $20 off your first purchase. They promise not to spam you and send out no more than 3 emails a month, with 2 of them surrounding education or a personal note from the Founder. Find them on Instagram as @deco.denim.Gabriela Antonas is a visual artist, an upcycler, and a fashion designer, but Gabriela Antonas is also a feminist micro business with radical ideals. She's the one woman band, trying to help you understand, why slow fashion is what the earth needs. If you find your self in New Orleans, LA, you may buy her ready-to-wear upcycled garments in person at the store “Slow Down” (2855 Magazine St). Slow Down Nola only sells vintage and slow fashion from local designers. Gabriela's garments are guaranteed to be in stock in person, but they also have a website so you may support this women owned and run business from wherever you are! If you are interested in Gabriela making a one of a kind garment for you DM her on Instagram at @slowfashiongabriela to book a consultation.Vagabond Vintage DTLV is a vintage clothing, accessories & decor reselling business based in Downtown Las Vegas. Not only do we sell in Las Vegas, but we are also located throughout resale markets in San Francisco as well as at a curated boutique called Lux and Ivy located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jessica, the founder & owner of Vagabond Vintage DTLV, recently opened the first IRL location located in the Arts District of Downtown Las Vegas on August 5th. The shop has a strong emphasis on 60s & 70s garments, single stitch tee shirts & dreamy loungewear. Follow them on instagram, @vagabondvintage.dtlv and keep an eye out for their website coming fall of 2022.Country Feedback is a mom & pop record shop in Tarboro, North Carolina. They specialize in used rock, country, and soul and offer affordable vintage clothing and housewares. Do you have used records you want to sell? Country Feedback wants to buy them! Find us on Instagram @countryfeedbackvintageandvinyl or head downeast and visit our brick and mortar. All are welcome at this inclusive and family-friendly record shop in the country!Located in Whistler, Canada, Velvet Underground is a "velvet jungle" full of vintage and second-hand clothes, plants, a vegan cafe and lots of rad products from other small sustainable businesses. Our mission is to create a brand and community dedicated to promoting self-expression, as well as educating and inspiring a more sustainable and conscious lifestyle both for the people and the planet.Find us on Instagram @shop_velvetunderground or online at www.shopvelvetunderground.comSelina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts. Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come. Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon Footprint.Salt Hats: purveyors of truly sustainable hats. 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Picnicwear recently moved to rural North Carolina where all their clothing and accessories are now designed and cut, but the majority of their sewing is done by skilled garment workers in NYC. Their customers take comfort in knowing that all their sewists are paid well above NYC minimum wage. Picnicwear offers minimal waste and maximum authenticity: Future Vintage over future garbage.Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first. Discover more at shiftwheeler.comHigh Energy Vintage is a fun and funky vintage shop located in Somerville, MA, just a few minutes away from downtown Boston. They offer a highly curated selection of bright and colorful clothing and accessories from the 1940s-1990s for people of all genders. Husband-and-wife duo Wiley & Jessamy handpick each piece for quality and style, with a focus on pieces that transcend trends and will find a home in your closet for many years to come! In addition to clothing, the shop also features a large selection of vintage vinyl and old school video games. Find them on instagram @ highenergyvintage, online at highenergyvintage.com, and at markets in and around Boston.The Pewter Thimble Is there a little bit of Italy in your soul? Are you an enthusiast of pre-loved decor and accessories? Bring vintage Italian style — and history — into your space with The Pewter Thimble (@thepewterthimble). We source useful and beautiful things, and mend them where needed. We also find gorgeous illustrations, and make them print-worthy. Tarot cards, tea towels and handpicked treasures, available to you from the comfort of your own home. Responsibly sourced from across Rome, lovingly renewed by fairly paid artists and artisans, with something for every budget. Discover more at thepewterthimble.comBlank Cass, or Blanket Coats by Cass, is focused on restoring, renewing, and reviving the history held within vintage and heirloom textiles. By embodying and transferring the love, craft, and energy that is original to each vintage textile into a new garment, I hope we can reteach ourselves to care for and mend what we have and make it last. Blank Cass lives on Instagram @blank_cass and a website will be launched soon at blankcass.com.
After the heavy defeat at Sunderland, we were told lessons would be learned and we'd see a reaction against Leicester - well, it couldn't have gone any worse really, we conducted the much-needed therapy after the loss. We go again on Tuesday evening when Ipswich are the visitors to St Mary's. Ben from the Blue Monday Podcast joins us to preview that one, and that's followed by another long trip north, to Middlesbrough at the weekend. Dana from The Boro Breakdown Podcast also joins us to preview that game.Welcome to TSP 243!Martin Starke is joined by Steve Grant (SaintsWeb), Glen de la Cour (League One Minus 10), and Alfie House (Daily Echo) to get you up to date on all things SaintsFC.If you'd like to read Alfie's exclusive interview with Russell Martin, you can find that here - https://www.dailyecho.co.uk/sport/23786252.man-behind-southamptons-modern-manager-russell-martin/TSP is supported by our loyal TSP Patrons, thanks to everyone supporting the podcast, we couldn't do it without your support. If you'd like to support the podcast you can find more information at www.patreon.com/TotalSaintsPodcast Don't forget we're also on YouTube! You can find the guys live on YouTube at 19:15pm every Sunday evening, make sure to subscribe to be notified when that's happening. Keep Marching In!www.totalsaints.co.ukTwitter: @TotalSaintsPodFacebook: facebook.com/TotalSaintsPodWe're also new to Instagram & Threads, we're @TotalSaintsPodcast on there. Produced by Audio Coast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Leicester City helicopter failure cleared the pilot, as all members on the helicopter; died. Leicester City Football Club is a professional association football club based in Leicester, in the East Midlands of England.
Imagine tying a bunch of rafts together, floating it in the ocean, and then claiming it was an independent island nation. That's exactly what Ernest Hemingway's youngest brother, Leicester did in 1964. In this episode, we learn about his quest to establish the island nation of "New Atlantis." Then we chat with the guy behind "614 Feast," Anthony O'Connell. Review this podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-internet-says-it-s-true/id1530853589 Bonus episodes and content available at http://Patreon.com/MichaelKent For special discounts and links to our sponsors, visit http://theinternetsaysitstrue.com/deals
As we continue the Tartan & Tweed tour in the United Kingdom, Elara follows up last week's interview with Barry's partner Chris Sander. Chris takes Elara on a tour of the farm and their prized rams and ewes. Chris discusses the different colors of the Leicester Longwool and his affinity for the black color. The group is getting ready for a couple of shows in Buck County and Dorset over the weekend. If you notice the picture of Chris, I believe they did fairly well.www.bbc.co.ukwww.llsba.co.ukwww.rbst.org.ukwww.leicesterlongwool.orgSupport the show
On a special Championship edition of Clash of the Correspondents James is joined by Southampton fan Matt Samuel and Leicester fan Aaron Lagor to discuss the latest at their clubs ahead of the Friday night meeting at St Mary's between the two favourites for promotion back to the Premier League. How important is an instant return to the Premier League for both clubs? There's discussion on new managers Russell Martin and Enzo Maresca, plus a look at some of the new names in the squads following a transfer window where some big names inevitably left the clubs... Follow Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CS_Wipeout Follow Aaron on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AaronLagor Tomorrow on Planet FPL: Planet SkyFF s5 ep10 with all the latest for Sky Fantasy Today on Patreon: UCL Fantasy Preview For the full Planet FPL Schedule this week, including our offering on Patreon view this post: https://www.patreon.com/posts/89051291 Want to become a member of our FPL and SkyFF community and support the Podcast? Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Follow Clayton on Twitter: https://twitter.com/claytsAFC Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@PlanetFPL Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl #TheChampionship #Southampton #Leicester
Soccer Comic Rant #489 Why Does Everyone Hate Gareth Southgate??? He's the best England Tournament Manager in recent history but all everyone does is complain. Man Utd get a new kit sponsor!!! If Jadon Sancho had just kept his tweet shut!? Which Match is more important England vs Scotland or England vs Ukraine, to England fans? Man Utd vs Brighton Hove. The Premier League returns. Southampton vs Leicester in the championship. Pogba troubles!!! Ian Edwards https://www.instagram.com/ianedwardsc.. https://twitter.com/IanEdwardsComic http://ianedwardscomedian.com/ Neil Chakravarty https://twitter.com/SawyersLawyer https://www.instagram.com/sawyerslawyer/ Martin Harris https://instagram.com/martin_harrisla?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Merch Link OnTheVolleyapparel.com https://onthevolleyapparel.com/collections/soccer-comic-rant Lee Hudson https://www.instagram.com/leehudsonco... https://twitter.com/leehudsoncomedy Aaron Brungardt https://twitter.com/hilAARONous https://www.instagram.com/aaronbrunga
Ireland got their World Cup campaign off to a winning start with an 82-8 win over Romania in the heat of Bordeaux. Maire Treasa Ní Dhubhghaill is joined in the House of Rugby studio by former Ireland and Munster player Peter Stringer and former Munster and Leicester player Johne Murphy as they look back on the opening weekend of action in France. They analyse the game in full, discuss the difficulty of playing in the heat and debate whether or not Ireland should risk Johnny Sexton against Tonga next week. Plus, who impressed at the weekend? And why we shouldn't be too fearful of France. With thanks to Heineken. Please drink responsibly.
Find More Episodes on PCA Overdrive: https://www.pcaoverdrive.org/brothers-of-the-brush-1 PCA Overdrive is free for members. Not a member? Download the app on the Apple Store or Google Play and enjoy a 7 day free trial! Become a member: https://www.pcapainted.org/membership-resources/ *Nowtheeeen. its been a very long while! were back and hopefully back on schedule. Its been a long extended summer break ( for what summer weather we have had). Enjoying spending time with family and down time from work. In this episode I sat down with Adi of spraytechnic, based down in Leicester. So grab your headphones, get a brew, maybe even put your feet up and join us as we discuss Budgie Smugglers Having the "Balls" to go self employed Missing elements of college syllabus's Many hats of tradespeople "Always read the t&c's " Working for wankers How Parenting Changes You Upping your communication skills That ever elusive Work-life balance Quoting software You know the drill by now, get a brew, pin back your lugs and give it a listen and give us (@brothersofthebrushinsta and Adi) your feedback by hash-tagging #bobcast on Insta and we'll give you a shout-out back!
Primrose Freestone, Associate Professor in Clinical Microbiology at the University of Leicester and science communicator, is an infectious diseases expert, and has dived into the debate of whether swimming in a pool or in the natural environment is the safer option. She also takes us through the cleanliness of hot-tubs (hint, they're gross.) Songs in this episode - all licensed under a Creative Commons License: Bugs - GNAAR Bugs - Phillip Barker Bug's Land - Vadim Krakhmal Little bugs - i m p a u s e a b l e Sapphire - Tobu Photo from wikimedia
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach discuss the weekend's games in the Championship and go over some of the key deals from transfer deadline day.Sunderland smashed Southampton!Hull shock Leicester!Middlesbrough are bottom!Preston are top?!It's the Second Tier.Watch this episode on YouTube! Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featuredWebsite: www.secondtierpod.co.ukTwitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Host Ricky Sacks is joined by returning guests Lee McQueen, Richard Cracknell and Vass Koni from Dr Tottenham Pod to review Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-min scoring a hat-trick as Tottenham recovered from a goal down to thrash Burnley at Turf Moor and continue their unbeaten start to the Premier League season. Lyle Foster finished a lovely, flowing move to give the Clarets an early lead, but Son's delicate finish restored parity 12 minutes later and the visitors never looked back. They dominated the rest of the half and Cristian Romero's curling effort from the edge of the box completed the turnaround on the stroke of half-time. James Maddison continued his fine start to the campaign with a peach of a goal nine minutes into the second half, the former Leicester man curling beyond James Trafford after Burnley had gifted the visitors possession inside their own half. Son side-footed past Trafford for his second of the game before completing his treble with a low strike after latching on to Pedro Porro's delightful through ball. Josh Brownhill's neat finish pulled one back for Burnley in stoppage time, but it was no more than a consolation. Spurs, who were knocked out of the EFL Cup by Fulham on Tuesday, move to ten points from their opening four games, while Burnley remain without a point this season. Nominations for
We're excited to announce that we're in the midst of our Tartan and Tweed Tour 2023! The one stop we couldn't miss along the M-1 was a visit to Leicester, home of Robert Bakewell - the man who transformed agricultural practices as we know them today.Our conversation is with Barry Evans, custodian of a flock of one of the most famous examples of Robert Bakewell's efforts: The Leicester Longwool Sheep. Barry talks with us about the history of this breed and the organization that is dedicated to preserving it, with a (partial) list of the breeds that we can say we know and love, thanks to the Lustrous Leicester Longwool.www.bbc.co.ukwww.llsba.co.ukwww.rbst.org.ukwww.leicesterlongwool.orgSupport the show
Liverpool hit Newcastle late at St James Park despite early Van Dijk red and Alexander-Arnold mistake; Darwin Nuñez double could spell good news for the Reds; West Ham perfectly execute game plan to win at Brighton; Chelsea and Spurs cruise to comfortable wins; Manchester United overcome the worst start possible in 3-2 win against Nottingham Forest; experimental Arsenal slip up in Fulham draw; Everton's struggles continue.
This 2020 episode about Leicester Hemingway reveals a life very much lived in the shadow of his famous brother. But after Ernest Hemingway's death, Leicester made some bold and surprising moves. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Sam's open the show with Ipswich and Leicester undefeated and at the top of the championship, while Wednesday is still desperate for their first points of the season. In League 1 Portsmouth, Blackpool, and Wigan are all undefeated but none of them are in the top 5. Finally, Wrexham has the honor of being the league's highest-scoring club but also the club with the worst goal conceded. Like and follow wherever you get Podcasts. www.Dufootballshow.com www.DUdripshack.com Facebook @DUfootballshow Instagram @DUfootballshow Twitter @DUfootballshow YouTube @DUfootballshow
Twenty years after the first pass at sequencing the entire human genome, the Y chromosome has finally been fully decoded. Madeleine Finlay speaks to Mark Jobling, professor of genetics at the University of Leicester, about why it has proved so tricky, the role of the Y chromosome in our bodies, and the likelihood of it eventually dying out altogether. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod
Sky Sports duo Simeon Gholam and David Prutton take a look ahead at Gameweek 4 of the Sky Bet Championship season.Running order…Preamble and results reviewBirmingham vs PlymouthIpswich vs LeedsRotherham vs LeicesterSouthampton vs QPRWest Brom vs MiddlesbroughRest of the weekend gamesWatford vs Blackburn (Sunday)Outro
Spurs make an early season statement in a surprising 2-0 win against an underperforming Man United side; Chelsea's teething problems show in a mixed but promising performance despite conceding on the counter in loss to West Ham; questions remain about who will score the goals for Chelsea with only a week left in the transfer window; Man City handily beat Newcastle in sleepy match; Arsenal comfortably see out Crystal Palace 1-0; big scorelines include Aston Villa's 4-0 win over an abysmal Everton and Brighton spanking Wolves 4-1; early season overreactions continue.
Two stories from English folklore about the secrets we keep. The first is the story of the Monk of Leicester, Dan Hew, a man who has a few verses of poetry he wants to yell at the married women of the village. All the married women. Humphrey Kynaston likes to party and has made it his life's goal to spend all his dad's money, a goal he'll be able to check off his todo list sooner than he thinks because he's terrible with money. The creature is the Dobhar-Chu, a vicious otter who might just get his own true crime podcast. Disclaimer: https://myths.link/331 Otters: https://myths.link/otter --- Subscribe super-easily to ad-free and bonus episodes on Apple Podcasts! Check it out: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/myths-and-legends/id990897842 --- Sponsors: The Farmer's Dog: The Farmer's Dog makes and delivers fresh, healthy dog food. It's Mila's favorite! https://thefarmersdog.com/myths --- Music: Step in, Step Out by Blue Dot Sessions Rally by Blue Dot Sessions Myrian by Blue Dot Sessions Posh and Vine by Blue Dot Sessions
Austin McCormick and Dewey Dovel interview Dr. Ian Shaw and discuss his new book, "Leslie Land: His Life and Ministry." The description for the book reads as follows on H&E's website: "In this book, we encounter a man whose twentieth-century life and ministry mirrored a concern for faithful preaching, pastoral care, and the mission field. Leslie Land avoided labels, but his gentle, impeccably courteous, yet penetrating expositions laid the foundations of a Reformed evangelicalism which was to influence many in the United Kingdom from his church in Leicester. He would say, “I have sought to emphasize none other loyalty than Christ and His Word.” The second half of the book gives a selection of extended outlines of his biblical, doctrinal, and experiential preaching, grouped according to declaring the gospel to those who were not Christians, the relation between faith and life, the life of the church, and the necessary defense of the gospel." Pick up your copy here: https://hesedandemet.com/product/leslie-land-his-life-and-ministry/
Don't be put off by the title, there's nothing sh1t about this pod. Join Matt Davies-Adams, Adrian Clarke and Sam Parkin as they whizz around the always fascinating world of the EFL. In The Championship, Sam was on hand to Southampton plunder a late winner at Plymouth whilst Adrian is impressed with Leicester. Cambridge continue to surprise in League One whilst Wrexham's 5-5 draw with Swindon was so whacky it forced Ben Foster into retirement! There are scouting reports on two EFL up and comers and a look ahead to the weekend's action. What about this from our friends at QuinnBet. Enhanced UK Welcome Offer ⚡ Register & Deposit, for up to £35 Free Bet. Visit: https://quinnbet.click/o/L5trHE?lpage=PdMl0B 18+ T&Cs Apply. Always Gamble Responsibly.
Ander Iturralde da la bienvenida a Leonardo Silva, Rodrigo Cumbraos y Santiago Villadiego, además de a Mónica Fernández, Bruno Alemany y Héctor Kriok, para analizar la final del Mundial y la jornada de la Premier...Comenzando por el Manchester City derrotando al Newcastle en el derby del petróleo; el Liverpool barriendo aunque no de la misma forma que hace un año al Bournemouth; el Tottenham entrando en la Era Ange tras una autoritaria victoria contra el Manchester United; el Brighton firmando una exhibición ofensiva en Wolverhampton; el Brentford devorando al jamón completo; el Nottingham Forest ganando uno de los tempranos six-pointers de la temporada; el Aston Villa recuperando los cuatro goles por los que perdió en la jornada 1; el Chelsea volviendo a la senda del horror con una derrota en campo del West Ham; lo mejor de las divisiones menores con un gol de Aaron Ramsey; el coliderato de Ipswich y Leicester; muchísimos goles en Wrexham y (casi) ningún disparo en Portsmouth; respondemos a vuestras preguntas y mucho más.Escucha el episodio sin censura, apoya a que Alineación Indebida pueda prosperar, accede a todo nuestro contenido premium y a nuestro server de Discord suscribiéndote por tan sólo 1.00$/1.00€ en: https://www.patreon.com/alineacionindebida¡Suscríbete al programa en tu plataforma favorita!¿Quieres cobertura futbolística-humorística de calidad? Necesitamos tu apoyo.¡Volvemos el Jueves!Echa un vistazo al TikTok que Rafa, Héctor y Ander hicieron en Keep Up Fútbol (y dale a seguir al canal): https://www.tiktok.com/@keepupfutbol/video/7265489468394687749Sigue a Ander en Twitter: https://twitter.com/andershoffmanSigue a Leo en Twitter: https://twitter.com/camus1306Sigue a Rodri en Twitter: https://twitter.com/RodrigoCumbraosSigue a Santiago en Twitter: https://twitter.com/SVilladiegoMSigue a Mónica en Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pinturicchia13Sigue a Bruno en Twitter: https://twitter.com/brunoalemanySigue a Héctor en Twitter: https://twitter.com/KriokSigue al programa en Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcastIndebidoSigue al programa en Instagram: instagram.com/podcastindebidoContacto: firstname.lastname@example.org // email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach look back on the weekend's games in the Championship.100% start for Leicester!Nifty Norwich!Jobe Bellingham!Leeds' Willy Gnonto dilemma!It's the Second Tier.Watch this episode on YouTube! Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featuredWebsite: www.secondtierpod.co.ukTwitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Simon Woolley, Lord Woolley of Woodford, is principal of Homerton College at Cambridge University. He is the first black man to head an Oxbridge college. He is a co-founder of Operation Black Vote, which campaigns for greater inclusivity in politics, and became a crossbench peer in 2019. Simon spent his early years in an orphanage in Leicester before being fostered and then adopted by a white couple who also adopted his brother Mick. He left school at 16 to work as a car mechanic and then moved to London where he embarked on a successful career in sales. In 1988 he completed a one year access course which provided the pathway to university and a degree in English and Spanish. In 1996 Simon was one of the co-founders of Operation Black Vote, a non-partisan organisation which encourages voter registration and community engagement, aiming to give a voice to all sections of society. He was awarded a knighthood for services to race equality in 2019 and took up his current role as principal of Homerton College in 2021. DISC ONE: I Want You Back - The Jackson 5 DISC TWO: Green Green Grass of Home - Tom Jones DISC THREE: Manhattan - Ella Fitzgerald DISC FOUR: Titanium (Morten Future Rave Mix) - David Guetta (feat Sia) DISC FIVE: Hagamos Lo Que Diga El Corazón - Grupo Niche DISC SIX: Dreamland – Composed and performed by Alexis Ffrench and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by James Morgan DISC SEVEN: Cowboy bebop tank! - Niyari DISC EIGHT: For Once in My Life - Stevie Wonder BOOK CHOICE: Football in Sun and Shadow by Eduardo Galeano LUXURY ITEM: A razor blade CASTAWAY'S FAVOURITE: For Once in My Life - Stevie Wonder Presenter Lauren Laverne Producer Paula McGinley
Jack Rafferty is joined by former Foxes full back and coach Chris Powell, who still holds fond memories of his time at the time. As well as discussing his time at the King Power, they assess the start under Maresca and new signing Cesare Casadei. Plus, we'll hear from Foxes defender Callum Doyle and look ahead to the Championship game with Cardiff at the weekend.
Time for week 1 overreactions. Incomplete Chelsea and Liverpool squads serve up an intriguing matchup to kick of Mauricio Pochettino's reign as Blues manager; Chelsea sign Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia under Liverpool's noses to beef up their midfield; Newcastle fly out of the blocks on opening day by blowing away Aston Villa; Tottenham kick off the Postecoglu and post-Harry Kane eras with a mixed yet positive point away to Brentford; Manchester United benefit from a refereeing error in an unimpressive win vs. Wolves; Man City and Arsenal both win without having to get out of second gear; Brighton start this season how they finished last season.
Join us this week as Ross, Matt and Ross discuss Leicester, Wimbledon and Boro at home. This podcast is sponsored by the Sky Blue Tavern and Dhillons Brewery - the home of pre and post match entertainment in Coventry. Let's all sing together... Don't forget to follow us on all of our social channels, just search @SkyBluesExtra Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Get ready to dive into the heart and soul of punk culture with our latest episode! We sit down with Chris Wigmore, a passionate force behind the collective of "Punk: Rage & Revolution." exhibition in Leicester' This extraordinary showcase goes beyond punk history, from its '70s origins while also shining a spotlight on Leicester's local punk scene too. In this conversation, Chris takes us on a journey through the essence of the exhibition as well as her own love of the punk scean. We also talk about the epic Punk Weekender thats taking place from August 18th to the 20th featuring film screenings, Q&A sessions, and live shows with iconic bands like Buzzcocks and UK Subs. For more information click this linkWhether you're a die-hard punk fan or just diving into the scene, this episode is an absolute must-listen. Thank you to Fidlar for not suing us and letting us use Cheap Beer as the podcast's opening track.Tracks played on the podcast in order of play:X-Ray Spex - I Am a PoseurThe Damned - Smash It UpThe Clash - Know Your RightsThe Slits - I Heard It Through The GrapevineFollow the podcast @punksinpubs across all social media and give us a rate and review while you are at it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Sam's kick off a new show! Since they know very little about the Prem, why not take a crack at the rest of professional football? Highlighting matches from the Championship, League 1, and League 2. With extra attention on former Prem clubs, like Leicester and Leeds, to newly promoted sides, like Wrexham, and adopted clubs, like Portsmouth and Accrington Stanley. www.Dufootballshow.com www.DUdripshack.com Facebook @DUfootballshow Instagram @DUfootballshow Twitter @DUfootballshow YouTube @DUfootballshow
In this session with senior Hindu leaders at the BAPS venue in the UK, Rajiv Malhotra discusses issues facing Hindus in the UK and around the world with 20 top leaders of the major Hindu organizations in the UK. This was the first time such a unified response was solicited from Hindu organizations who usually tend to work in their silos. In the wake of the recent attacks on Hindus in Leicester and elsewhere, Hindus who usually prefer to keep a low profile and not get involved in macro Hindu issues, limiting themselves to managing their own individual affairs, realized that the time for collective action was upon them. They overcame their diffidence to speak up for the community and openly voiced their concerns regarding the lack of Hindu representation in all spheres in life whether social or political, leading to them being relegated to the sidelines of the dominant discourse. In contrast, they were aware and indeed highlighted the active lobbying through any means by the Muslims to get their way and look after the interests of their community. Snakes in the Ganga - http://www.snakesintheganga.com Varna Jati Caste - http://www.varnajaticaste.com The Battle For IIT's - http://www.battleforiits.com Power of future Machines - http://www.poweroffuturemachines.com 10 heads of Ravana - http://www.tenheadsofravana.com To support Infinity Foundation's projects including the continuation of such episodes and the research we do: इनफिनिटी फ़ौंडेशन की परियोजनाओं को अनुदान देने के लिए व इस प्रकार के एपिसोड और हमारे द्वारा किये जाने वाले शोध को जारी रखने के लिए: http://infinityfoundation.com/donate-2/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rajivmalhotrapodcast/support
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach look ahead to the weekend's Championship games and discuss the latest news.Leeds go to Birmingham!Leicester travel to Huddersfield!Sunderland off to Preston!Southampton make bank!It's the Second Tier.Watch this episode on YouTube! Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featuredWebsite: www.secondtierpod.co.ukTwitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Submit your predictions for the 23/24 season. https://g80vrcczhax.typeform.com/to/LoFd39yd Seventy-five days will have passes since the 22/23 Premier League ended and Manchester City were crowned champions. Teams have been reloading and building to go again in the Premier League. Will anyone be able to stop City's dominance over the EPL? Arsenal went close last season, but fell short. Liverpool, Tottenham, and Chelsea all had disappointing seasons, will this year be different? Newcastle, Brighton, and Villa all had fantastic seasons at the end of the year, can the continue pushing the 'Big 6' this year? Leeds, Leicester, and Southampton were relegated to the Championship. Burnley, Sheffield United, and Luton Town all won their right to play this year in the top division of the English Football pyramid. With so many story lines, this year stands to be a fantastic season in the English Premier League. Drop a comment below to let us know if you think your team can do it all and win the Premier League. Join the RCR discord to chat with the boys and set up chess games: https://discord.gg/wzJQxR64rk If you're looking for custom apparel in the Falls Church area of Northern Virginia, check out TBS Impressions: https://tbsimpressions.com/ Connect with us on social media. Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/RedCard_Radio Brad: https://twitter.com/KSBradG Sean: https://twitter.com/WhiteHart_Sean James: https://twitter.com/JamesTiffany Time Stamps to come #podcast #vodcast #soccer #epl #football #arsenal #chelsea #tottenham #manchestercity #liverpool #manchesterunited #fifa --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/redcardradio/message
Dr. Suresh Khirwadkar is a UK-trained Doctor who has been practicing for over 12 years and has a very high level of training. He has Specialist Qualifications and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, also known as the FRACGP. He also holds advanced degrees from the University of Leicester in the UK. He performs all aspects of General Practice, but his special interest areas include Lifestyle Medicine, Skin Cancer, Psychology and Mental Health, Weight loss and now also offering Concierge Medicine. Different to conventional medicine, Lifestyle Medicine aims to prevent and treat chronic illness and ill health without the need for medications! By focusing on lifestyle interventions and proper nutrition, diet, physical activity, sleep and mental health, Dr. Suresh adores helping his patients thrive! Dr. Suresh is committed to delivering world class, excellent primary care to his patients and is always looking for more ways to help his patients to improve their health and prevent and treat their medical conditions, without drugs where possible. He is also the host of the wonderful Meat Medic Podcast, which is one of my favorite shows.Find Dr. Suresh Khirwadkar at-https://drsuresh.com.au/https://themeatmedic.com/IG- @themeatmedicTW- @themeatmedicThe Case For Carnivore with Dr. Anthony Chaffee!Find Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here!
Aaron Paul, Jobi McAnuff & West Brom winger Jed Wallace preview the Championship. Also hear from Leicester's Harry Winks, Leeds boss Daniel Farke and Southampton manager Russell Martin as the panel take a close look at the teams coming down from the Premier League. What about the newly-promoted sides? And who already looks doomed for relegation? TOPICS: 4:30 – overview, 6:45 – Leicester City, 20:00 – Leeds United, 28:00 – Southampton, 36:40 – promoted sides, 40:30 – relegation favourites.
It's Totally time with Jimbo, Jack Lang, Matt Davies-Adams, Raphael Honigstein and Michael Cox in attendance. The Community Shield is upon us as Man City take on Arsenal at Wembley. Will we see Rice v Lewis in midfield? Will we find anything to get excited about? Plenty of excitement surrounds Chelsea and their summer business. Is Christopher Nkunku the real deal or another Timo Werner? And Rapha tells us why Bayern are feeling so optimistic about signing Harry Kane. Michael is in New Zealand to discuss what he's looking forward to, ahead of some mouthwatering last 16 ties at the Women's World Cup. The Football League returns, which includes new-look Leicester, new-look Leeds and Tom Brady at Birmingham. Plus there's time for some warm reminiscing about the now retired Gianluigi Buffon. Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Community Shield preview (02.45) • PART 2a: How are Chelsea shaping up this summer? (12.00) • PART 2b: Raphael Honigstein on Nkunku and Kane (20.00) • PART 2c: Gigi Buffon calls time on his career (28.00) • PART 3: The EFL returns (35.00) • PART 4: Michael Cox's Women's World Cup adventure (42.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1.99 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Horrible Histories alum Ben Willbond, ancient DNA experts Prof Turi King and Dr Tom Booth and Nobel prize winner Sir Paul Nurse, as they uncover some of the incredible revelations being revealed through study of ancient DNA. The discovery of the skeleton of Richard III under a Leicester car park made headlines around the world.Turi King talks about her involvement in identifying the regal remains using DNA extracted from his teeth and how she was able to prove that these ancient bones really did belong to King Richard. The panel also hear about a mysterious box of bones found in Winchester Cathedral purporting to date from the 8th and 9th century that could belong to some of our ancient Anglo Saxon kings and queens of England, including those of King Canute and his wife Queen Emma. Could the study of ancient DNA change our understanding of history, and perhaps even upset the line of succession? New episodes are released on Saturdays. If you're in the UK, listen to the full series first on BBC Sounds: bbc.in/3K3JzyF Executive Producer: Alexandra Feachem
Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system, and it's hard to imagine a world more alien and different from Earth. It's known as a Gas Giant, and its diameter is eleven times the size of Earth's: our planet would fit inside it one thousand three hundred times. But its mass is only three hundred and twenty times greater, suggesting that although Jupiter is much bigger than Earth, the stuff it's made of is much, much lighter. When you look at it through a powerful telescope you see a mass of colourful bands and stripes: these are the tops of ferocious weather systems that tear around the planet, including the great Red Spot, probably the longest-lasting storm in the solar system. Jupiter is so enormous that it's thought to have played an essential role in the distribution of matter as the solar system formed – and it plays an important role in hoovering up astral debris that might otherwise rain down on Earth. It's almost a mini solar system in its own right, with 95 moons orbiting around it. At least two of these are places life might possibly be found. With Michele Dougherty, Professor of Space Physics and Head of the Department of Physics at Imperial College London, and principle investigator of the magnetometer instrument on the JUICE spacecraft (JUICE is the Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer, a mission launched by the European Space Agency in April 2023) Leigh Fletcher, Professor of Planetary Science at the University of Leicester, and interdisciplinary scientist for JUICE Carolin Crawford, Emeritus Fellow of Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, and Emeritus Member of the Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge