Thousands had gathered in the young woman's home city of Saqez to mark 40 days since her death in custody. Also: Putin watches first Russian nuclear drill since invasion of Ukraine, and a dream of growing tea in Orkney becomes reality.
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Californias cannabis growing nuns pray for profits Gretchen Whitmer Three men convicted for supporting kidnap plot Canada Quebec separatist party calls for split with British monarchy Waukesha trial Man convicted of deadly car ramming at Wisconsin parade Herschel Walker called abortion hypocrite by second woman Threat of rail strike rises as members of another union reject proposed labor deal Biden administration appeals challenge to student loan forgiveness program KITV Australia players criticise World Cup hosts Qatar Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez under federal investigation Sources Trump chief of staff Meadows ordered to testify before Ga. grand jury Pennsylvania Senate race Will Fettermans debate struggles actually matter COP27 Prioritise climate or face catastrophe UN chief NY gubernatorial debate Fact checking Hochuls, Zeldins major claims Gothamist Waukesha Parade suspect Darrell Brooks trial Day 18 Jury finds Brooks guilty of all charges Unnamed woman alleges Herschel Walker pressured her into an abortion in 1993 White House hammers economic issues with attack on junk fees two weeks out from Election Day St. Louis school shooters family sought mental health treatment for him and had his gun taken away, police said. Yet tragedy still unfolded Putin watches first Russian nuclear drill since invasion of Ukraine Iran protests Mourners defy police to gather at Mahsa Aminis grave
Police have fired on crowds gathered to mourn Mahsa Amini in Iran, 40 days after she died in custody. Protests swept across the country following her death. Also in the programme: We hear from the wife of a detained Russian opposition activist and; Lebanon has begun repatriating Syrian refugees. (Picture: People march toward the cemetery where Mahsa Amini is buried, near Saqez, Iran. Credit: REUTERS)
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Alito says Supreme Court leak made him a target for assassination North Korea tensions Why is Kim Jong un upping the pressure Democrats retract call for Biden change of course on Ukraine LA police investigating if racist recording taped illegally Prince Andrew and Prince Harry royal counsellor roles challenged Ukraine war South Africa refuses to seize sanctioned Russian superyacht China accused of illegal police stations in Netherlands Rishi Sunak begins first full day as PM after cabinet reshuffle Politics increasingly a deal breaker on US dating scene Russian court rejects Brittney Griner appeal over jail term Iran protests Mourners defy police to gather at Mahsa Aminis grave Fetterman and Oz face off in Pennsylvania Senate debate on abortion, inflation, crime, more Beyond the US midterms The Swiss answer to congressional gridlock Russia scrambles to increase weapons production for Ukraine war Kevin de Leon sits for interview with Tavis Smiley while L.A. City Council holds in person meeting Trump eyes longtime Virginia operative for senior 2024 campaign role After a warning on the school intercom, a gunman with an AR 15 style rifle killed a teacher and a student while others jumped from windows
In this episode we interview bestselling crime writer Erin Kelly, discuss her new novel The Skeleton Key, chat about the phenomenon that was the queue for the Queen's coffin-viewing, and take a look at the world of professional mourners.
Mourners rush to Westminster Hall before the queue to visit Queen Elizabeth II's coffin closes; More mass graves discovered in Ukraine; In AFL, Carlton's Patrick Cripps wins this year's Brownlow medal in a tight final vote.
An estimated two million people will be on the streets to see the procession pass by. Billions more are expected to tune in - making it the most watched televised event in history. The queue is officially over, with the last people due to pass by the Queen's coffin in the next half hour. Now people are camped out on the streets, hoping for a glimpse of the procession as it passes by. Our reporter Katie Todd and cameraman Nick Monro spent time with those who had endured nights out in the cold.
Victorian premier Daniel Andrews vows to rename the Maroondah hospital to honour Queen Elizabeth II despite Indigenous opposition - Mourners rush to Westminster Hall before the queue to visit Queen Elizabeth II's coffin closes - And, the federal government creates a new disaster management body ahead of a difficult summer...
In a service full of symbolism, Britain's longest serving Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, has been farewelled at a state funeral in London; Mourners gather in pubs and cinemas to watch the live broadcast of the funeral.
In a service full of symbolism, Britain's longest serving Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, has been farewelled at a state funeral in London; Mourners gather in pubs and cinemas to watch the live broadcast of the funeral.
Swathes of people have begun camping near Westminster Abbey to ensure they get a good view of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral procession. Katie Todd spoke to Morning Report about the mood in London.
King Charles and Prince William surprise mourners waiting in line to see the Queen lying in state. Iran's Supreme Leader is seen at an event after rumors about poor health. A hurricane warning has been issued for Puerto Rico as tropical storm Fiona is expected to strengthen before arriving on the island Sunday. The US Postal service has named Manhattan's first Latina postmaster. A new genetically modified purple tomato could arrive at American grocery stores next year. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Just as the Biden administration was set to celebrate the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, stocks plummeted in their greatest daily drop since 2020 due to a searing inflation report.Meanwhile, Ukrainian forces have gained significant ground in the country. Russian forces are pulling back. Moscow is claiming its forces are regrouping.The United Kingdom prepares for the late queen's funeral. Mourners line up for miles and world leaders fly in to pay their respects. President Joe Biden is planning his visit. Russia's Vladimir Putin is not invited.Putin instead sat down with China's Xi Jinping and India's Narendra Modi at a meeting between the leaders of major eastern governments. We cover all this and more during the News Roundup. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Lynda has lost her carer's allowance due to being three euro over the threshold. Andrew thought he had booked accommodation before he arrived in Ireland. But it was a scam. Mourners continue to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II with long queues. Margaret is diabetic and cannot get chiropody services on her medical card.
Jennifer Lawrence calls Housewives star Erika Girardi “evil.” PEOPLE's Erin Hill discusses Queen Elizabeth's upcoming funeral plans and shares how William and Kate have been opening up to public mourners. Quinta Brunson gets “payback” on Kimmel. PEOPLE's Lanae Brody dishes on Brittany Snow's divorce, Nick Cannon's 9th child, and the sparks between Leonardo DiCaprio and Gigi Hadid. For these stories and more, head to PEOPLE.com. Follow on Instagram: Janine Rubenstein - @janinerube Erin Hill - @erinhillny Lanae Brody - @lanaebrody Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Queues of mourners are still waiting for their chance to say goodbye to the late Queen who is lying in state at Westminister Abbey. Morning Report's Corin Dann and reporter Jake McKee spoke to Susie Ferguson.
Nigel Farage continues GB News' coverage as the late Queen Elizabeth II reaches Westminster Hall and mourners pay their respects as she lies in state. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Thousands of mourners are finally getthing the chance to pay their repsects in Westminster Hall where the Queen is now lying in state. The line to see the coffin was at 4.6km long. RNZ reporter Jake McKee spoke to Kim Hill from Westminster
Prime minister Albanese confirms extension of paid pandemic leaves for indefinite period; Mourners expected to wait up to 35 hours to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth; Socceroos prepares for a crucial World Cup audition with seven fresh faces and more.
Queen Elizabeth II is lying in state in London until her funeral next week, and historic crowds are gathered to pay their respects. A strike by freight rail workers seems increasingly likely, even as federal officials try to mediate talks. A former US governor made a trip to Russia - we'll tell you what we know (and don't know) about his visit there. President Joe Biden made a big announcement that will affect the future of the American car industry. And football star Tom Brady hints at retirement - again.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
More data from the Labor Department complicates the inflation situation in the US, as the Federal Reserve weighs its next move. Another state is poised to outlaw nearly all abortions with Capitol Hill lawmakers considering bills that affect national access. Thousands of California residents can't return to their homes yet while another wildfire gains momentum. We'll tell you what's happening in London now following Queen Elizabeth II passing. Plus, an “encouraging” breakthrough for cognitive function for older adults.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
14/09/2022. The latest news from Australia, Ukraine, and from rest of the World. Mourners warned they could be waiting up to 35 hours to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth. More than 66,000 Australian peacekeepers are being commemorated for their operations in more than 50 missions over the last 75 years. - 14/09/2022. Про найважливіше із подій в Австралії, Україні та світі. Лондон вюановує Єлизавету ІІ. Площа імені Її Величності Королеви буде у Сіднеї. Оплату через захворювання на COVID-19 в Австралії продовжено на невизначений час. Вшанування миротворців Австралії. Війна в Україні та світ. Інфляція у США. Про це і більше - на веб-сторінці SBS Ukrainian...
Mourners are paying their respects to Queen Elizabeth II as her remains make the journey to London ahead of her funeral, but protesters are also turning out to hold the royal family accountable for the misdeeds of its past.The Department of Justice filed papers on Monday signaling that it would accept one of the candidates that former President Donald Trump's legal team recommended as a "special master" to review the documents taken from Mar-a-Lago last month.And in headlines: Ukraine's military made more headway against Russia, a new rule in Montana bans birth certificate changes for trans people, and about 15,000 Minnesota nurses took to the picket lines.Show Notes:Vote Save America: Fuck Bans Action Plan – https://votesaveamerica.com/roe/Crooked Coffee is officially here. Our first blend, What A Morning, is available in medium and dark roasts. Wake up with your own bag at crooked.com/coffeeFollow us on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/whataday/For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday
Remembering Queen Elizabeth— the latest tributes on Queen Elizabeth's passing. Plus, extreme weather—overnight a rare tornado warning issued for New York City plus flash flood concerns while massive wildfire spread out in the West. Also, winners and highlights from last night's Emmy Awards ceremony. And, Savannah Guthrie talks with former Britain's Prime Minister—Sir Tony Blair-- who shared remarkable stories about the Queen. Plus, Consumer Confidential—nations biggest retailers are ready with this year's hottest holiday deals.
London could become ‘full' for the first time, as up to one million people are expected to visit for the Queen's coffin procession. Some people are already camping out to get ahead of the queue, and some train services into London have already sold out. The Evening Standard's John Dunne explains how unprecedented the occasion will be for the capital. And Ross Lydall, our Travel Editor explains how travel will be impacted, and how best to get around the city.In this episode:How TfL and train services are helping commutersThe best ways to get around LondonCould London really become ‘full' of people?Mourners could face 20-hour queuesWill businesses benefit from the flock of visitors?Follow us on Twitter #TheLeaderPodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mourners in Edinburgh pay their respects to the Queen as her coffin lies at rest. Adam is joined by Sarah Smith in the Scottish capital and Chris in Westminster to look at the week ahead. The BBC's Director of Journalism, Jonathan Munro, talks about his experience producing the Queen's Christmas messages, and the BBC's coverage of the Queen's death. And Ukrainecast presenter, Vitaly Shevchenko, explains how Ukrainian forces are recapturing territory from Russian troops. Today's Newscast was made by Tim Walklate with Miranda Slade and Cordelia Hemming. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Mourners in Scotland are paying their final respects to Queen Elizabeth II. International Affiliate Correspondent for the Associated Press, Philip Crowther, joins to share what the mood in Scotland is right now. And there was a big gathering on the White House South Lawn this afternoon as President Joe Biden celebrated the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act. While Democrats want to spend more money on COVID testing and research, they say their main priority right now is to get the same sex marriage bill passed. Democrat Tammy Baldwin and Republican Susan Collins, a Catholic, are drafting an amendment aimed at satisfying conservative concerns that the same sex marriage bill risks infringing on religious freedom. Meanwhile, the German Synodal Way recently concluded its 3 day assembly. The gathering voted to support changes to Church teaching on issues including homosexuality and the ordination of women. Editor in Chief for CNA Deutsch, AC Wimmer, joins to tell us more about the two votes. Finally this evening, last week, the Supreme Court blocked an attempt to force Yeshiva University to recognize a same sex pride organization. Managing Director of the Coalition for Jewish Values, Rabbi Yaakov Menken, joins to tell us about the court battles, why the judge in New York ruled in favor of the pride alliance and what the Supreme Court said in siding with the university. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
London is preparing for a possible 1 million visitors for the Queen's state funeral. The huge influx of mourners wanting to pay their respects will stretch even this great city and is already leading to closed roads and scarcity of hotel rooms. At Buckingham Palace, the weekend crowds have thinned and been replaced by an army of builders erecting barriers and TV camera towers to beam the funeral around the world. Royal Super-fan John Loughrey - who is camping near the Palace for ten days - has no doubt the world will see something special. "We will give Her Majesty the Queen, the biggest send of ever known, and that's what we're doing." It is not just locals turning out in droves. Mourners have come from far and wide, like Remy from France. "I really want to share this vibe with the English and British people, and maybe you from the Commonwealth as New Zealand. For me, I have goosebumps now." Sarmanth flew to London from Sri Lanka just on Monday. "I love her, all of Sri Lanka they love the Queen. We are under their rules a long time ago." Controlling the huge crowds over the next few days will not be easy. One man helping make sure all it goes well is event health and safety officer and New Zealander Neil Harrison from Levin. "This one's been in the planning stage for a long time. It's called Operation London Bridge, it's a big secret, has been up until now." Harrison was not the only Kiwi found in London on Tuesday. Government Minister Andrew Little has been in the city for a few days for long planned Five Eyes Security talks. "We all feel a significance of the event, everybody here does. I managed to get to Buckingham Palace to lay some flowers and pay my respects." Little - as the Minister in charge of New Zealand's anti-terror Security Agencies - was appreciative of the mammoth security operation being co-ordinated by UK police. "I can't imagine just the level of planning that will be going into this, and as world leaders arrive, particularly the President of the United States, a huge security operation around just that one person. Then you've got dozens and dozens of others. So, a huge burden on the security agencies around here." For the shops and souvenir stores like Sharhel's in Piccadilly Circus it is now a race to get new stock of teaspoons, tea towels and mugs that commemorate the state funeral. "It didn't come yet. Maybe hopefully this week or today or tomorrow." With the love there is for the Queen from superfans like Loughrey camping outside the palace, any new memorabilia that does arrive will be snapped up fast.
The Queen's coffin is now at rest in St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, where a service of remembrance was held overnight. King Charles III led a procession as it was taken from Holyroodhouse, where he was handed keys to the city. Mourners are queuing to go in to the cathedral to pay their respects, before the Queen's coffin is transferred to London tomorrow. Hours later, the King made an appearance at Scotland's parliament, where he spoke of his his mother's "greatest admiration" for the Scottish people. After two minutes of silence, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, began a motion of condolence. She spoke of how "intrinsic" the late Queen had been to the country. TVNZ's 1News Reporter Anna Burns-Francis spoke to Guyon Espiner.
Tune in to Episode 11 of Season 18 for ferocious family frights! “The Mourners” written by Adam Davies (Story starts around 00:02:50) Produced by: Phil Michalski Cast: Narrator – Kyle Akers “The Autumn Creek Library” written by T. Michael Argent (Story starts around 00:06:05) Produced by: Jeff Clement Cast: Logan – Matthew Bradford, Mrs. Harris – Wafiyyah White, Voice – Peter Lewis “A Horse With No Name” written by Mathew L Reyes (Story starts around 00:26:20) TRIGGER WARNING! Produced by: Phil Michalski Cast: Narrator – Mike DelGaudio “Don't Let Her In” written by Caleb Stephens (Story starts around 00:42:25) TRIGGER WARNING! Produced by: Phil Michalski Cast: Nat – Kristen DiMercurio, Mom – Linsay Rousseau, Grans – Mary Murphy, Trucker – Jesse Cornett "This Book Will Kill You - Part 1" written by Alexander Gordon Smith (Story starts around 01:09:30) Produced by: Phil Michalski Cast: Jessica McEvoy as Tommi Bright, Erika Sanderson as the Witch, Dan Zappulla as Donnie, Erin Lillis as Tommi's mother, Mick Wingert as Det. O'Connell, Graham Rowat as Det. Cyrus, and Kristen DiMercurio as Flint. “When the Past Calls, Don't Answer” written by T.J. Hollow (Story starts around 01:05:20) Produced by: Phil Michalski Cast: Jeremy – Jeff Clement, Mr. Johnson – David Cummings, Mom – Sarah Ruth Thomas “You'll Know What to Do” written by Lucretia Vastea (Story starts around 01:29:35) TRIGGER WARNING! Produced by: Jesse Cornett Cast: Narrator – Erin Lillis, Cedrik – Graham Rowat, Saskia – Nikolle Doolin, Sierra – Sarah Ruth Thomas, Dad – Mick Wingert This episode is sponsored by: NextEvo - Stop wondering if CBD is right for you. Try NextEvo Naturals capsules, gummies, mints, and topical creams, clinically proven to be better absorbed by your body. Go to nextevo.com, enter promo code NOSLEEP and you'll get 25% off your first order of $40 or more. Betterhelp - Betterhelp's mission is making professional counseling accessible, affordable, convenient - so anyone who struggles with life's challenges can get help, anytime, anywhere. Get started today and get 10% off your first month by going to betterhelp.com/nosleep Click here to learn more about The NoSleep Podcast team Click here to learn more about Alexander Gordon Smith Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone “You'll Know What to Do” illustration courtesy of Hasani Walker Audio program ©2022 – Creative Reason Media Inc. – All Rights Reserved – No reproduction or use of this content is permitted without the express written consent of Creative Reason Media Inc. The copyrights for each story are held by the respective authors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Queen's cortege has arrived in Edinburgh on the first part of a slow journey to London where she will lie in state later this week. The Queen's coffin was carried from the ballroom of Balmoral to the hearse, and she was piped out one final time by the Sovereign's Piper to the tunes Balmoral and Glen Gelder.
We begin this episode with King Charles III's first public address as the new British monarch following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II. Mourners sang the first official rendition of Britain's national anthem during a service of prayer and reflection for the Queen. The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog agency is renewing his warning about constant shelling around Europe's largest nuclear power plant. Two big storms are threatening opposite sides of the US. Lastly, the governor of New York takes action to fight polio.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Hello to you listening in Mexico City, Mexico!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Time Out Tuesday and your host, Diane Wyzga.Maybe like me you've been set the task of writing an obituary or delivering a eulogy for a loved one. Perhaps you've sat staring into space wondering where and how do I begin?I have a suggestion for you. Put aside the numbers, the credentials, the framed diplomas, and the run-on list of who begat whom. Ask yourself: What did the deceased hold in his or her affection? What brought them to light and life? How did they move through the day? Where did they turn for solace and inspiration? What dreams did they realize? What dreams stayed beyond their grasp? What is it that you recall about them celebrating delights, weathering challenges, exploring the mystery that was given to them to live. Some foibles, some mistakes, some pretty good times, some not so bad after all. After the mourners have gone their separate ways perhaps what will remain with them is the feeling that no matter what Life has visited upon us, at the end of the day we can concede, “If this isn't happiness, I don't know what is!” You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on Linked In. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
Mourners in Moscow queue to pay their respects to the last Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, whose funeral is taking place today. We'll hear from Moscow and the former Soviet republic of Lithuania about the impact of the protagonist of perestroika. Also in the programme: the women trying to protect their children from the floods that have swept across Pakistan; and could some planets in our solar system have rivers of diamonds flowing beneath their surface? (Photo shows honour guards standing by the coffin of Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union. Credit: Alexander Nemenov/Reuters)
A BENEVOLENT ALLIANCE OF MOURNERS: A student, home from college to attend the funeral of a friend, and a singer, hired to perform at the service, meet by chance outside the church, conversing, confessing, and connecting in unexpected ways. Written by Ken Preuss Directed by Jonathan Cook Performed by: Oliver Caffee as Alex Chelsea Mahoney as Ellie Featured music by Jess Hannan Intro/Outro music: JK/47 This program is supported in part by the Greater Augusta Arts Council through a grant from its partner agency - the National Endowment for the Arts. *September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness month. It's important for you to know that suicide is preventable. With commitment and engagement in our communities, workplaces, and homes, together we can help reduce the number of suicides. If you are someone you know needs help or are having suicidal thoughts, please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Gather by the Ghost Light merch available at Online Shop! If you would like to further support this podcast, please visit Buy Me a Coffee If you are associated with a theatre and would like to perform the stage version of this play, please sent an email to email@example.com to get connected with the playwright. If you have any comments or feedback, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
LEAD HOST: Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews GUESTS: Reverends Rudy & Juanita Rasmus Seeing Big Ma on the Mothers' pew of the church, crying her heart out in grief, gratitude and joy, left an indelible mark on me…as a child I knew something powerful and transformative was happening in the front of the church, on “the Mothers Bench.” -MRM Conflating the Mother's & Mourner's bench as a child, Rev. Mathews has since envisioned ideas of grief, conquering fear, healing, joy and liberation that enflesh theology and hold much-needed space for trauma healing and transformation—not just in body, or mind or the abstracted spirit or soul— but the whole Black Body. The FOUR are joined by Rudy and Juanita Rasmus for a deeply personal and compelling conversation. They are pastors, authors and humanitarians with a passion for healing. Including their own. Read more… Once lost himself, (in his words, he owned “borderline bordello”), today Pastor Rudy co-leads St. John's Downtown Houston with his wife, Juanita, of 32 years. From nine members in 1992, the church has grown to the thousands where people of every social and economic background share the pew. Pastor Rudy attributes success to tearing down the walls of classism, sexism, and racism, and building compassionate bridges of unconditional love, universal recovery, and unprecedented hope. With generous support from government agencies and Beyoncé, Tina and Solange Knowles, St. John's offers permanent housing to formerly unhoused women and men; employment services, youth empowerment activities; and is one of few faith communities in the U.S. providing HIV/AIDS testing to churchgoers on Sundays. They also lead domestic and global anti-hunger initiatives in conjunction with Beyoncé's concert tours and distribute over nine tons of fresh produce weekly to hungry families in Houston.