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Sip and Shine Podcast
Encore. The Kidnapping of Princess Anne

Sip and Shine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 30:02


Randy Andy settled a lawsuit- establishing he won't be returning to royal duties. Prince Harry sues for security costs by UK taxpayers, and it brings to light the first attempted kidnapping of a royal, Princess Anne. Why did Sarah Ferguson and the Duke of York get divorced? Readings from a royal diary- Kenneth Rose. If you enjoyed this episode, check out &read: Princess Margaret of Love & Vice — Misdeeds & Intrigue (misdeedsandintrigue.com) Follow Misdeeds & Intrigue Podcast on social media Twitter: www.twitter.com/misintriguepod Facebook: www.facebook.com/misintriguepod Instagram: www.instagram.com/misintriguepod   Follow for Curated Collections of Articles  Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MisIntriguepod Flipboard: https://flipboard.com/@misintriguepod Watch Related Videos & Clips TikTok: @misintriguepod https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeD9hE5u/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkBIxvkybymGErnYs-7XL0g IMDB Playlist: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls088470884/ This episode in general may contain certain copyrighted works that were not specifically authorized to be used by the copyrighted holder(s), but which we believe in good faith are protected by general law and the fair use doctrine for one or more of the purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship or research. Audio Clips & Articles BBC The Independent UK Daily Mail Embarrassing 80s

Day Drinking on Delmarva
The Delmarva Chicken Festival

Day Drinking on Delmarva

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 31:17


Happy New Year! We're finally back and we've added a new feature. If you're a regular listener, you may recall that each week we have a feature called “One Cool Thing” where we highlight our week. Todd still will be sharing his weekly adventures in digital marketing, but we've tweaked mine a bit because I honestly rarely leave my house.Starting this week we've added a history component to the show wherein I pick an old newspaper story about Delmarva and Todd and I get to experience the Eastern Shore as it was. The good ol' days, if you will. We kick off with an account of the Delmarva Chicken Festival from 1971. The year is critical because, to my absolute shock, women still didn't have first names in the 1970s according to the Baltimore Sun.The winners of the chicken cooking contest that year were:Mrs. Thomas H. Young, Mrs. Ronald Powell, Mrs. Thomas W. Piantek and Mrs. John Petrelli.I guess if they wanted names they wouldn't have gotten married. For instance, Miss Beverly Green of Princess Anne (who was named Delmarva Poultry Princess) and Miss Kimberly Ann Phillips (who was named Little Miss Delmarva Poultry Princess), had their first names consigned to history because they didn't yet have the burden of a husband.By the way, if you know Kimberly Ann Phillips, tell her we said, “Hello.” If you are Kimberly Ann Phillips, “Hello!”Other early 70s novelties include Frank Perdue discussing his plans to sell chickens under his own name and “cookbook author” James A. Beard commenting on his experience as a judge. If you remember anything about this festival (which ended in 2014 probably as a result of women having first names) please share them below. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit daydrinkingondelmarva.substack.com

Palace Intrigue: A daily Royal Family podcast
Article about narcissists namecheck Meghan Markle, people get mad PLUS Kate Middleton spent HOW MUCH on clothes?

Palace Intrigue: A daily Royal Family podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 5:32 Very Popular


An article titled 2022 Is the Year We All Finally Got Tired of Narcissists name-checked Meghan Markle and it didn't go over so well.Plus, did Kate Middleton really spend over £176,000 on clothes? Meanwhile, Princess Anne, the hardest wrkng royal, dresses like its 1974. Oh Kate...

Royally Obsessed
Where The Sun Don't Shine

Royally Obsessed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 31:18


Happy Holidays, RoRos! This week, your cohosts discuss the downright disturbing Jeremy Clarkson debacle, the royals' Christmas plans (and how to watch the carol concert from home!) and revisit the Netflix docuseries now that they've had a bit more time to process. There's also a flashback to the media's missteps for the Queen's Christmas speech in 1992, a Princess Anne shoutout and more. Grab something festive and tune in!--Presented by PureWow and Gallery Media Group. Follow all the royal news at purewow.com/royals. Shop Royally Obsessed sweatshirts and totes at shop.royallyobsessed.com. Follow us on Instagram at @RoyallyObsessedPodcast.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Grow My Salon Business Podcast
171 Using Your Skill with Scissors and Comb to Give Back in Another Way with Stewart Roberts

Grow My Salon Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 53:19


A hairdressing career can take you to many places and enable you to meet many people from all walks of life.  Many of us are drawn into the industry because of the fashion and creative aspects that a hairdressing career presents.  But, there are some who use their skill with scissors and comb to give back to society in another way. My guest today is one such person.  Stewart Roberts is the founder of Haircuts 4 Homeless, a registered charity in the UK and Ireland that has grown into an army of over 600 volunteers working through 80 outlets. To date, they have given over 50,000 haircuts to the homeless. As Stewart says, “It's not a job; it's a calling.” Stewart was awarded an MBE [Member of the British Empire] from Princess Anne in recognition of his work with the homeless, and personally, I can't think of anyone more deserving.  If you want to learn more about what Stewart does and how you can support him, visit haircuts4Homeless.com.   In this Episode: [03:01] Stewart shares why losing his salon was a blessing in disguise.  [06:40] The personal journey that inspired Stewart to found Haircuts 4 Homeless and how the concept has evolved over time.    [11:39] Stewart shares the final straw that drove him to get help for his alcohol and drug addiction.  [16:49] How hairdressing has the power to break down barriers. [20:19] The mindset shift that is required when cutting the hair of homeless people. [23:21] Stories of people who have had their lives transformed through Haircuts 4 Homeless. [28:50] How the National Lottery changed the trajectory of Stewart's life. [32:18] A look behind the scenes of the running of Haircuts 4 Homeless. [35:42] The process of creating the coffee table book, Hear Me, See Me.  [38:09] Examples of the stories you will hear on Stewart's podcast, “Hear Me, See Me”.  [41:10] Stewart explains how his podcast came into being (and the episode that has had the biggest impact on him). [49:28] Stewart's biggest strength, what motivates him, and the biggest lesson he has learned in his life.    Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated!  They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast.  I also love to hear what's been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews,” tap to rate with 5 stars, and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support! Special thanks to Stewart for sharing his insights with me for this week's episode. Until next time! Antony   Links and Resources: Grow My Salon Business  Website | Facebook | Instagram | TikTok   Haircuts 4 Homeless Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram   Hear Me, See Me Podcast | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook   Stewart Roberts Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Episode with Brother Kevin   Capuchin Day Centre for Homeless People Website

Pod Save The Queen
Race row and Netflix trailer overshadow Earthshot

Pod Save The Queen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 52:56


As the royal family deals with a shocking race row, Russell Myers dials in from Boston to catch-up with Zoe Forsey on two weeks worth of royal news. In a slightly chaotic episode thanks to several bits of breaking news, we discuss the Prince and Princess of Wales' trip basketball date night and the engagements so far as they prepare for the Earthshot Prize Ceremony, as well as the trailer for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Netflix documentary. We talk in detail about domestic abuse charity founder Ngozi Fulani's upsetting claims that she was “interrogated” by the Queen's closest confidant during a trip to Buckingham Palace. There's also an update on the Paddington Bears left in tribute to the Queen, showbiz editor tells us what Mike and Tindall got up to at the I'm A Celeb afterparties and find out why Russell wasn't allowed to join Princess Anne on her trip to the Falklands Islands. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Planet Porky
279: Blowback, sack and crack

Planet Porky

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 48:26


Another episode of Life on Planet Porky with Mike Parry and Lesley-Ann Jones has been fired into orbit! Topics today include: The Qatar World Cup, Iranian protests, England's good start, Cliff Jones, tournament boycott threats, Sven-Goran Eriksson and his various conquests, egg whites, Noddy Holder, ageing prematurely, the profligacy of the NHS, perms, sports stars singing, whether you can replace the company of a human with a life-size bear, Dennis Nilsen, Princess Anne's brilliance, gaslights, Smith & Jones, dull Royals, and hippy crack. It's the podcast that would never put anything it shouldn't up its nose, it's Life on Planet Porky.  Follow the show on Twitter: @PlanetPorky or Mike is: @MikeParry8 while you can find Lesley-Ann: @LAJwriter. Or you can email us questions or comments to: planetporkypod@gmail.com. We'd love to hear from you!

Pod Save The Queen
Sheen v William, King's birthday and debunking The Crown

Pod Save The Queen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 57:43


This week we've seen the unexpected row between Prince William and actor Micheal Sheen over the Welsh World Cup team and King Charles give himself a very exciting 74th birthday present. The royals were out in force to mark Remembrance Sunday, with Prince Harry marking the day in the US with a moving letter about losing a parent. Princess Kate and Sophie Wessex have also been out and about, and Mike Tindall shared a hilarious story about slut-dropping in front of Princess Anne (we kid you not…). Zoe Forsey and Russell Myers also debunk some of the big storylines from season five of The Crown. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From The Newsroom
Trump launches 2024 White House bid 16/11/22

From The Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 2:54


Russian-made missile killed two people in Poland this morning, Donald Trump running for President again in 2024, Medibank defends decision not to pay hackers ransom, NBL star Isaac Humphries announced he's gay, Mike Tindall, Zara Phillips, Princess Anne, Denise RichardsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Steve Kornacki Republicans Lost In States That Will Be Critical In 2024 Only 21, but on Ukraines front line to keep heroes alive Princess Anne and Prince Edward to become stand ins for King Thousands of UC workers strike at UC campuses CBS 8 San Diego Police identify 4 University of Idaho students found dead inside a home near campus homicide investigation underway Hear Pences answer when asked if Trump should be president again Ukraine Zelensky tells G20 leaders war must end now UVA shooting Three members of football team killed, suspect in custody 3 University of Virginia football players killed in shooting hundreds mourn on campus Monday night Four in critical condition after Magoffin County school bus with students on board crashes Global population hits 8 billion as growth poses more challenges for the planet US midterms Race to control House majority down to the wire Ukraine war US and Russian spy chiefs meet face to face in Turkey Donald Trump dealt another blow as election denier Kari Lake loses in Arizona Timed Teaser What did Melania Trumps former lawyer do Canada police charge Hydro Quebec employee with China espionage Ukraine Zelensky snubs Russia as he addresses G19 at G20 China zero Covid Violent protests in Guangzhou put curbs under strain G20 to focus on food security after Biden Xi meeting

News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Roberta Flack is unable to sing after ALS diagnosis Jay Leno US comedian seriously burned in car fire Federal prosecutors decline to file charges against Rudy Giuliani following FBI raid Ukraine war Wagner chief Prigozhin defends brutal killing video Ukraine war US and Russian spy chiefs meet face to face in Turkey Elon Musk Tesla pay package heads to court Virginia University shooting Three killed, suspect at large Club for Growth steps on Trump relaunch with polls showing DeSantis beating him Biden and Xi clash over Taiwan in Bali but Cold War fears cool Xi Biden meeting US leader promises no new Cold War with China US midterms Race to control House majority down to the wire Timed Teaser What did Melania Trumps former lawyer do Jay Leno recovering from burn injuries Trump lawyers say he designated seized Mar a Lago documents as personal records DOJ says he cant do that simply by saying so Idaho police name 4 university students killed in apparent quadruple homicide near campus Princess Anne and Prince Edward to become stand ins for King Election Results 2022 Live GOP on Track to Win Slim Majority in the House Student suspect in custody after 3 football players shot dead and 2 people wounded at the University of Virginia, police say In largest strike of 2022, California academic workers walk off job

Gossip With Celebitchy
140: Duchess Meghan can't say the B Word, The Crown damns the Windsors in unexpected ways, Musk is tanking Twitter

Gossip With Celebitchy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 35:02


Introduction: Minutes 0 to 2:00 We'll be off for the next two weeks and will be back on December 3rd. We talk about our Thanksgiving plans. Royals: Minutes 2:00 to 26:30 Chandra is five episodes in to The Crown. She wrote about Mou Mou, the fourth episode that goes into Mohamed Al-Fayed's backstory and connection to the royals. It's fascinating that Peter Morgan dedicated an episode to introducing the Al-Fayed family. The royals, with the exception of Diana, treated Mohamed terribly. This week, when Prince Charles and Camilla were visiting York, a 23-year-old man in the crowd threw eggs at them and missed. He also shouted “this country was built on the blood of slaves!” Camilla and Charles were taken away but everyone seemed unbothered and the security seemed lax. The man has been charged with a “public order offense.” There are photos of Charles earlier in the week talking to people while viewing eggs for some reason. Princess Kate went alone to her patronage the Rugby World Cup, and she visited the Colham Manor Children's Centre outside London where she spoke to staff about maternal mental health. We also heard that she's going to do a second Christmas Carol concert with ITV. We talk about all the junk we order online. Mike Tindall is on the reality show I'm a Celebrity Get me Out of Here. Sources told the press that Tindall did not clear it with King Charles ahead of time. Chandra doesn't think he should have to since he's not a working royal. Meghan's podcast examined The B Word as she calls it. She won't say the word bitch and we obviously can't relate. We love that she interviewed Robin Thede. We also got a photo of her with an “I Voted” sticker. We want Archewell merchandise. There was a story in Christopher Andersen's new book, The King: The Life of Charles III, claiming that Charles told a friend he didn't know Meghan was biracial when he first met her. I play a segment from Zoom where we talk about the royals. Chandra loves Olivia Williams as Camilla on The Crown. The actress playing Princess Anne, Claudia Harrison, is also very good. Dominic West has been giving interviews half praising and half shading King Charles. Elon Musk and Twitter: Minutes 26:30 to 30 Last week we talked about Elon Musk buying Twitter after he borrowed money and was leveraged to the hilt. This week he fired thousands of Twitter employees and a bunch of them are suing him in a class action suit for breaking employment law. He also endorsed a Republican Congress and he tweeted a meme featuring a Nazi soldier. Former twitter executives are saying he has no clue what he's doing and he's been sh-tposting constantly. He also implemented an extra checkmark, an “official” checkmark, that only lasted a few hours. Elon Musk is tanking Twitter. Comments of the Week: Minutes 30:00 to end Chandra's Comment of the Week is from BayTampaBay on the post about Penelope Knatchbull and Prince Philip's relationship. My COTW is from Abicci on the post about Rihanna's Savage x Fenty Show.  Thanks for listening bitches!

On Heir
44) "I'm scared of people"

On Heir

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 53:53


Princess Anne's son in law Mike Tindall will be joining major British reality show I'm a Celebrity! Grace and Jessica take you through the reactions to Mike's controversial career move and explore other examples of royals who have appeared on reality TV, from Norway's answer to Kylie Jenner to Belgium's ballroom dancing princess.  LINKS Follow the podcast: onheirpodcast.tumblr.com/ or https://instagram.com/onheirpodcast Follow Grace: https://princesscatherinemiddleton.net/ and https://www.instagram.com/_kmiddy/ Follow Jessica: https://duchessofostergotlands.tumblr.com/ and https://www.instagram.com/howtodresslikeaprincess/

Amateur Rugby Podcast
#85 - Stories From... Oban Lorne, Helensburgh and Loch Lomond rugby clubs.

Amateur Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 29:53


Welcome to another episode of 'Stories From...' where I share anecdotes, stories and interesting tidbits from my journey around Scotland on the 2022 edition of The Great Rugger Run.   This week there are stories from Oban Lorne RFC where I speak with my old Bhubesi Pride mate - Lewis McFarlane - about the story behind the shirts, famous club days, tours to Pencoed, the kayaking coach and of course the legend of Big Tommy Sutherland! I also speak with Murray Hamilton who tells me about their School of Rugby.   Then we travel to Helensburgh RFC where Secretary, Chris Bull tells me about the grounds and facilities, including a story about a visit from Princess Anne. Then Chairman, John Cashmore tells me about their outside bar and how it's increased their membership. Lastly, we take a stroll through the clubhouse and hear about their tactics for getting junior players to progress into the senior club.   Finally, we head to Loch Lomond RFC where Club President, Iain Norrie tells me all about Loch Lomond RFC, their merge with Helensburgh and how they plan to support getting more kids into rugby.   https://amateurrugbypodcast.com #rugbypodcast #amateurrugby   PODCAST KIT Everything I use to create, edit and produce this podcast can be found on my Creating a Podcast (https://www.amateurrugbypodcast.com/creating-a-podcast/) page.   SUPPORT If you would like to support the podcast in some way then there are plenty of options for you on my Support the Podcast (https://www.amateurrugbypodcast.com/support/) page.

Pod Save The Queen
When Charles met Rishi, a royal Repair Shop and Pride of Britain awards

Pod Save The Queen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 38:01


King Charles is only a few weeks into his reign, but he's already appointed his first Prime Minister. In a Monarch ‘first' that he probably wasn't expecting quite so soon, Charles accepted Liz Truss' resignation and asked Rishi Sunak to take her place during an Audience filled with royal tradition this week. But it's not been all politics this week as King Charles is also appearing on BBC TV show Repair Shop, taking two family heirlooms to the expert for a make-over. Zoe Forsey and Russell Myers also discuss Princess Anne's tour of Uganda, Meghan Markle's latest podcast and a potential change to Prince Harry and Prince Andrew's royal roles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Podcast Royal
73. A Date Is Set For The Coronation Of King Charles III And An Interview With Valentine Low, Author And Royal Correspondent For The Times

Podcast Royal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 57:34


In this episode, Jessica and Rachel do a deep dive into the plans for King Charles's coronation. We share everything we know and what royal fans can expect to see in May 2023. We finish the Royal Rundown with a few trending news items, including the Wales's visit to Northern Ireland and Princess Anne's trip to NYC. In Royals Around The World, we discuss Princess Amalia's transition home from University after she received threats to her safety. We complete this episode with a much-anticipated interview with Valentine Low, author of "Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind The Crown." Follow us on Instagram @podcastroyal Email us at hellopodcastroyal@gmail.com

Staten Island Advance's From the Scene
Staten Island Royalty: A behind-the-scenes look at Princess Anne's secret visit

Staten Island Advance's From the Scene

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 33:00


In episode 35, host Erik Bascome is joined by Staten Island Advance and SILive.com Reporter and Social Media specialist Lauren Lovallo to discuss the Advance's exclusive story on Princess Anne of the British Royal family visiting the National Lighthouse Museum in St. George. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Woman's Hour
Erin Doherty in The Crucible, Strip clubs, Brazilian butt lifts, Angela Lansbury

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 57:35


Based on the Salem trials in Massachusetts in 1692, where young girls accused their elders of satanism, a new production of Arthur Miller's modern classic The Crucible has just opened at the National Theatre in London. Actor Erin Doherty, best known for her portrayal of a young Princess Anne in Netflix series The Crown, plays Abigail Williams, the girl whose spurned affections spark the witch hunt. She joins Jessica. Strip clubs in Edinburgh will be banned from April next year, but the venues and the strippers who work in them are fighting the decision. Supporters of the ban say it's upholding the Scottish Government's strategy on Violence Against Women and Girls which says stripping encompasses and engenders violence against women and girls. But strippers say it will impact their ability to earn a living and force them into dangerous working conditions at underground clubs. Jessica is joined by Tess Herrman from the Union of Sex Workers and also by former Labour councillor and Scotsman columnist Susan Dalgety. Dame Angela Lansbury, who won international acclaim as the star of the US TV crime series Murder, She Wrote, has died at the age of 96. The three-time Oscar nominee had a career spanning eight decades, across film, theatre and TV. She was born in London in 1925. When she moved to New York, she was discovered by a film executive who gave her, her first role as a maid in the 1944 film Gaslight. In 1973, Woman's Hour presenter Sue McGregor caught up with Dame Angela when she was performing in the stage show Gypsy. As university students settle in, are you experiencing empty nest syndrome? Listener Natalie Paddick got in touch to tell us about her feelings of loss now that all her children have left home. She joins Jessica along with author Celia Dodd who's written about the Empty Nest subtitled, 'Your Changing Family, Your New Direction'. For our occasional series Girl's World, Ena Miller went to talk to 14-year-olds Ruby, Nyima and Azelea at their school in Stroud. A Brazilian butt lift is a procedure where fat, usually from the stomach and back, is injected into the buttocks to change their shape and size. In 2018 - after the death of Leah Cambridge who had flown to Turkey to have the surgery - the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, or BAAPS, advised their members not to perform them. But this week they've released new recommendations they hope will make the procedure safer. Joining Jessica are the President of BAAPS, Marc Pacifico, and director Louise Coleman whose documentary The Bottom Line is on ITV Hub.

Keeping Up With The Windsors
A New Royal Era Has Begun | Will Camilla Ever Be Known as The Queen? | Princess Anne On The Staten Island Ferry

Keeping Up With The Windsors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 34:18 Very Popular


Royal Community, A New Royal Era Has Begun... In this week's episode we talk all about:  A new photo was released showing the future of the Monarchy. What did we think and most importantly, what did you think? What is going on with Camilla's title, ‘The Queen Consort'. Will she ever be known as The Queen? Sophie, Countess of Wessex visited The Democratic Republic Of Congo to meet with sexual violence survivors.  Catherine, The Princess of Wales visited a Premature Baby Hospital in Surrey  The Prince Of Wales was supporting a football Academy with his role as President of the Football Association  And Anne has a ride on a Staten Island Ferry to visit the national Lighthouse Museum Plus so much more….  

Royally Obsessed
Princess Anne, the Working Girl

Royally Obsessed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 32:50


New episode alert! This week, your hosts (and the royals) are back to work. From royal tours and engagements (and alllll the non-mourning fashion) to coins, stamps and cyphers, oh my! King Charles's reign is in full swing and we're just trying to keep up. There's also the return of Meghan's pod Archetypes, Harry's memoir stoking fears at the Palace, a state visit on the cal, a look back at the Queen's last speech in Scotland, a new royal coffee table book (spotted in France! ooh la la!) and so much more. Grab some beer, wine, water (all three?!) and tune in!--Presented by PureWow and Gallery Media Group. Follow all the royal happenings at purewow.com/royals. Shop Royally Obsessed sweatshirts and totes at shop.royallyobsessed.com. Follow us on Instagram at @RoyallyObsessedPodcast.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Podcast Royal
72. Royal Mourning Ends, Drama In Denmark, And An Interview With Royal Expert Katie Nicholl

Podcast Royal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 63:59


In this episode, we discuss the final events of the mourning period in the UK following Queen Elizabeth's death, and what's ahead for King Charles III. In our Royals Around The World segment, we discuss the current drama between members of the Danish Royal Family. Lastly, we interview royal expert Katie Nicholl, on her new book, "The New Royals | Queen Elizabeth's Legacy and the Future of the Crown." Follow us on Instagram @podcastroyal Email us at hellopodcastroyal@gmail.com Royals mentioned in this episode: King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla, The Prince of Wales (Prince William), The Princess of Wales (Kate Middleton), The Earl of Wessex (Prince Edward), Princess Anne, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip), The Duke of Sussex (Prince Harry), The Duchess of Sussex (Meghan Markle), Queen Margrethe of Denmark, Prince Joachim of Denmark, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Prince Carl Philip of Sweden.

Doing the MAFS with Daisy and Daisy
Week 5 PART ONE: Princess Anne and Poundland Naomi Campbell

Doing the MAFS with Daisy and Daisy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 36:21


It's a doozy this week as the Daisies tear into episodes 17 and 18 of Married at First Sight UK. The girls discuss all the juicy revelations, including Gemma's love letters, the bottomless pit that Jonathan has dug for himself, and the scandal that has shaken the series.Let us know your thoughts! Send us VNs via Instagram (@daisykrg & @daisyroseflynn) or Email daisygrantproductions@gmail.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Inspirati
Rosh Mahtani: Waxing Poetically

The Inspirati

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 38:19


For jewelry designer Rosh Mahtani, the quest to create modern heirlooms originated in her love of one of humanity's greatest stories: Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy. Growing up in Zambia before moving to London, her desire to express herself through a creative process brushed up against the outsider experience of the immigrant, and it took time to manifest as the destiny she was entitled to and could find a medium for. It was in a literature class at Oxford University that she discovered a sense of belonging in the Divine Comedy's opening lines: which paint the picture of a young creative, lost in a dark wood, trying to find his way in the world.This exploration of loneliness and personal identity led her to create her jewelry brand, Alighieri, from a desire to make others feel less alone, and more in touch with the unifying nature of our collective human experience across the ages. While Alighieri has gone on to become revered and sought out internationally, Rosh's works are entirely manufactured in the UK. In 2020, Princess Anne presented the self-taught designer with the Queen Elizabeth the second Award for British Design, the first time this prestigious honor has been bestowed upon a designer of jewelry.We discussed why the vulnerability of imperfection creates closeness, how artists can influence each other across time and media, and the romance of an individual's relationship to objects, from a family's “cave of treasures” to astronauts carrying talismans to space for luck and strength.Presented by NUVO Magazine. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Sip and Shine Podcast
Mis-tini. Prince Harry, Prince Andrew & Princess Anne at Queen Elizabeth's Funeral

Sip and Shine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 12:39


The world has watched the 10 days of mourning for Queen Elizabeth. Will Prince Harry reconcile with his family or is all trust lost? Prince Andrew's car crash interview, which influenced the decision not to allow him to wear his service dress during this time. Princess Anne's fortitude- should she have been Queen? Her reaction to Prince William's birth was iconic. Lastly, the funeral procession of the Queen brings back memories of Diana's death. If you enjoyed this episode, check out the story of Princess Margaret, the Princess of Vice on Misdeedsandintrigue.com. Follow Misdeeds & Intrigue Podcast on Social Media Twitter: www.twitter.com/misintriguepod Facebook: www.facebook.com/misintriguepod Instagram: www.instagram.com/misintriguepod   Follow for Curated Collections of Articles Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MisIntriguepod Flipboard: https://flipboard.com/@misintriguepod Watch Related Videos & Clips TikTok: @misintriguepod https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeD9hE5u/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkBIxvkybymGErnYs-7XL0g IMDB Playlist: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls088470884/ This episode in general may contain certain copyrighted works that were not specifically authorized to be used by the copyrighted holder(s), but which we believe in good faith are protected by general law and the fair use doctrine for one or more of the purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship or research. Unscholarly References

Running Scared with Coach Christine
The Beast featuring Dr. Orquidea from Monstras - Latinx monsters & folklore podcast

Running Scared with Coach Christine

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 40:58


Hey, friend, Thank you for joining me for Running Scared with Coach Christine.If you are a runner and a true crime enthusiast, you have found your corner of the internet! This true crime express run-cast is a solid base-building conversation-paced workout while we learn about La Bestia/The Beast from Dr. Oriquedea from one of my favorite podcasts, Monstras. Dr. Orquidea is the co-creator and co-host of Monstras Podcast. Dr. O and her co-host Brenda Salguero created Monstras to fill a void in the English-speaking podcast community. Using their expertise and experiences, they explore the world of Latin American and Latinx folklore, horror, death, and of course, monsters.Dr. O and Brenda recently explored the case you will be hearing today during their summer series, Verano Peligroso. You can hear the full story or explore some of their other incredible episodes here. You can find them on social media everywhere at MonstrasPodcast and on Patreon here.Make sure to sign up to get advanced notice of their super hot merch that will drop soon! Alright, friends, Trigger warning out the wazoo - Dr. O kept it super light during this conversation. Still, in discussing The Beast, Luis Garavito, it is almost impossible not to discuss that he targeted, abducted, tortured, raped, and killed children/young boys. If this is not for you, we get it, please check out one of my lighter workouts like The Thwarted Kidnapping of Princess Anne or The Blade Runner. Today's workout is a 40-minute Workout following the below sequence:5- minute warm-up9- minute RPE scale 3-4 (conversation pace)1-minute pace change (walk or uptempo)9- minute RPE scale 3-4 (conversation pace)1-minute pace change (walk or uptempo)9- minute RPE scale 3-4 (conversation pace)1-minute pace change (walk or uptempo)5-minute cool-downWe will be using RPE found here >>I'd love you to join the Running Scared community on Facebook, where you get to weigh in with your thoughts and requests and get invites to special true crime-focused events. You can find it here >>If you have any questions about running or want to chat about True Crime, please email me at christine@runwinefinishlines.com.Please consult a physician before starting any new exercise routine.Thank you for joining!

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ
SBS News in Ukrainian - 17/09//2022 - SBS новини українською – 17/09/2022

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 14:47


King Charles has stood vigil at his mother's coffin in Westminster Hall, together with Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. US House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Russia must be held to account for its actions in Ukraine and that the war must be won. The United States says it has no plans to meet with Russia at the United Nations this week, following reports of the discovery of a mass grave in the recaptured Ukrainian town of Izium. - Король Чарльз стояв біля труни своєї матері у Вестмінстер-Холі разом із принцесою Анною, принцем Ендрю та принцом Едвардом. Спікер Палати представників США Ненсі Пелосі каже, що Росія має бути притягнута до відповідальності за її дії в Україні та що війну потрібно виграти. Сполучені Штати заявляють, що не планують зустрічатися з Росією в ООН цього тижня після повідомлень про виявлення масового поховання у відвойованому українському місті Ізюм.

The New European Podcast
A Royal Special: Why I'm forever linked to King Charles

The New European Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 46:38


In this week's episode, host Steve Anglesey dissects the week in politics as normal service is paused after the death of Queen Elizabeth II and, it seems, abnormal service resumes as bankers come out on top in the latest instalment of the cost-of-living crisis. Then, The New European columnist Bonnie Greer joins the podcast to discuss how, through an accident of timing, she will always be linked to King Charles, the international reaction to the death of Queen Elizabeth II and why Princess Anne is, in fact, the hero of this news cycle. Finally, Ann Widdecombe, Tom Harwood and Nigel Farage all feature in the Hall of Shame this week. Enjoyed this episode? Let us know by tweeting @TheNewEuropean.

Don't Shoot The Messenger
Ep 235 - What An Extraordinary 7 Days We've All Been Living Through

Don't Shoot The Messenger

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 64:00


Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Ep 235. This podcast is proudly supported by Red Energy. Moving house? Call local energy retailer Red Energy. Caro sums things up well this week with our episode title ‘What A Remarkable 7 Days We've All Been Living Through'.Caro and Corrie discuss their feelings on hearing the news of the Queen's death, the Queen's great achievements, our thoughts on King Charles and what may lie ahead for the monarchy.Caro's off to Sydney for the Swans v Collingwood prelim on Saturday – she has a few recommendations for what to do if you have 48 hours in the Harbour City including;A walk around one side or the other of the Harbour. – Clontaff to Manly and Penny Royal BeachThe Sydney Botanic GardensThe Daniel Boyd Exhibition at the art galleryMuseum of Contemporary Art at Circular QuayThe 18 Footers for a drink at Double Bay.In The Cocktail Cabinet for Prince Wine Store Myles joins us to discuss the kind of drinks that might be fitting to mark the life of Queen Elizabeth 11 .Mery Melrose Pineau des Charentes (red or white)Samuel Smith Chocolate StoutCongrats to our final winners of the Intro to Wine Course at Prince Wine Store – Marika McMahon, Julie Barber and Andrew Healey.Use the promo code MESS at checkout instore or online to receive a listener discount - head to the dedicated Don't Shoot the Messenger page HERE. Plus Save the Date for our get together at Prince Wine Store on Wednesday the 26th of October. More details to come.IN BSF; Corrie's 5 Royals Books You Must ReadMatthew Dennison – The Queen (a biography)The Queen Mother: The Official Biography by William ShawcrossPrince Philip Revealed – Ingrid SewardDianna – Andrew MortonRebel Prince – Tom BowerThe Uncommon Reader by Alan BennettMrs Queen Takes the Train by William Kuhn Caro's 5 Royals Films You Must Watch 5.The Young Victoria4.Elizabeth (with Cate Blanchet)3. Roman Holiday2. The Favourite (Olvia Coleman as Princess Anne)1.The Queen (with Helen Mirren)@Clemmine Donohoe's Welcome Spring Salad (see recipe below)This week Caro's Grumpy about Airlines jacking up their prices as soon as the footy finals were announced.Plus in 6 Quick Questions we discuss lavish September events, statistics that shocked during the week, electric scooters, the highlights of the Melbourne Writer's Festival, travel GLTs and another Amazing Fact.To receive our weekly email which includes recipes SIGN UP HERE.For videos and pics make sure you follow us on Instagram, Facebook or TwitterEmail the show via feedback@dontshootpod.com.au.Don't Shoot the Messenger is produced by Corrie Perkin, Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Sports Entertainment Network.Clemmine Donohoe's Welcome Spring Salad 1 cup FaroChicken stock or waterSalt350g Broad beans, peeled1 cucumber, finely dicedSmall bunch each of parsley & mint, finely choppedSugar snap or snow peas, finely slicedBunch of watercress or something similar100g fetaAlmondsSumacDressing1/4 cup olive oil2 pieces of preserved lemon, finely chopped1/2 lemon, juicedRice vinegar to tasteSea saltBlack pepperCook farro according to packet instructions, using either water or stock. Let cool.Add all the greens and herbs and mix well with the cooled faro.Mix handful of almonds with 1 tbsp oil and 1sp sumac and sea salt. Toast in pan or oven until golden.Mix dressing ingredients together and add when you're about to eat (keep salad undressed in fridge for meal prep and add dressing when desired)Top dressed salad with crumbles of feta and crunchy almonds.Enjoy!

Anderson Cooper 360
Queen Elizabeth's coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace

Anderson Cooper 360

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 41:14


Queen Elizabeth II's family received her coffin as it arrived at Buckingham Palace where it will rest in the Bow Room overnight. It'll be moved to Westminster Hall tomorrow where she'll lie in state until her funeral on Monday, September 19. Her only daughter, Princess Anne, accompanied her on her final flight saying it was “an honour and privilege” to accompany her mother on her final journey. John Bridcut is an English documentary filmmaker and the director and producer of “Elizabeth at 90: A Family Tribute.” He tells Anderson Cooper what he thinks of the outpouring of people remembering Her Majesty and what the new era of the royal family looks like. Plus, CNN Royal Correspondent Max Foster gives AC360 a look at Prince William's new role as first in line to the throne and what responsibilities come with it.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

RNZ: Checkpoint
Queen Elizabeth's coffin at Buckingham Palace one last night

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 3:55


Queen Elizabeth's coffin has spent one final night at Buckingham Palace before a procession to Westminster takes place overnight our time. Princess Anne accompanied her mother on a flight from Edinburgh to Northolt, and was then driven in the state hearse through the packed streets of London, to the Palace. There, the royal family had gathered for a final night alone, before the Queen lies in state for four days. Our reporter Jake McKee and cameraman Nick Monro are in London.  

TODAY
September 13: Thousands gather for Queen's procession. Inflation report sparks Wall Street fears. Princess Anne's historic royal role. Ken Starr's controversial legacy.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 29:40


Queen Elizabeth's coffin returns back to Buckingham Palace-- as a tribute is set to take place through the streets of London. Also, Dow tumbles 1,200 points for worst day since June of 2020 after a recent inflation report. Plus, a closer look at Princess Anne and the historical role she has played in the Royal family. And, remembering former U.S. solicitor general and Clinton investigation prosecutor—Kenneth Starr. 

Woman's Hour
The role of Princess Anne, Fracking, Medusa

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 56:50


A heartfelt statement was released from from the Princess Royal, who accompanied her mother's coffin on its long journey from Balmoral to Buckingham Palace. The Royal Editor of the Times Newspaper Roya Nikkhah joined Krupa to discuss the role Princess Anne has played in the Queen's life. Queen Elizabeth II was the head of state in 15 of the 56 Commonwealth countries. Professor Chandrika Kaul joins Krupa Padhy to discuss the way the Queen led the Commonwealth countries and the challenges King Charles III may face as a monarch, and as a man, as some countries express an interest in becoming a republic. Liz Truss has announced the ban on fracking will be lifted to help boost the UK's domestic gas supplies. Fracking, which is a controversial method of extracting shale gas, was banned by the Conservatives in 2019 following fears over the risk of earthquakes. Tina Rothery, of the campaign group UK Nanas, joins Krupa. 'Beehives, Bobs & Blowdries' is an exhibition celebrating the art and skills of hairdressing along with some of the most iconic looks of the past 70 years, it opens in The Piece Hall in Halifax on the 17th September. Our reporter Tamsin Smith saw the exhibition when it was in Barnsley and she spoke to some of the women perusing the exhibits about some of the looks they've tried over the years and about where they got their style inspiration from. Since she was a girl the writer and broadcaster Natalie Haynes has been fascinated by Greek Myths. Her fourth novel ‘Stone Blind' tells the story of Medusa and gets us way beyond snake hair and a deadly gaze to understand why she's become the monster in re-tellings of her story over centuries. Presenter: Krupa Padhy Producer: Emma Pearce

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – September 12, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 174:48 Very Popular


King Sausage Fingers, a Royal Goose, Ford Field fights, Ray J v. Kim K, Ann Arbor's Peeping Tom, 9/11 anniversary of John & Rochelle, Hinck-dog's fan club, Stuttering John blocks Drew, Trudi's vacation to Cracker Barrel, and Drew hates everything on TV.Trudi has returned tether-free from her Cracker Barrel vacation in Pure Michigan with her lover, Dee. We recall our tales from Mackinac Island. Trudi found an Autoblow 2000.9/11: 60 Minutes aired a powerful piece. David Hogg asks what life was life before 9/11. John Oliver took a shot at Law & Order. It was the anniversary of John leaving the table early.A repeat serial Peeping Tom is busted filming people on the toilet in Ann Arbor.Drew HATES Mash & its theme song.Sports: Texas A&M has the funniest comedians. App State goes wild after their upset. Michigan's next opponent is UConn. MSU takes on Washington this weekend. Gisele tweeted so we all know that her and Tom Brady are ok. Cowboys fans rained garbage down on Dak Prescott after his injury.Royal News: Meghan Markle snubbed by a subject. #GoHomeMeghan was trending. She's being rude to staff. Prince Andrew was heckled. He also goosed his own daughter.More Sports: The Detroit Lions had some fists throwing in the stands and some dancing maniac broke up a brawl outside of Ford Field.Ray J vs The Kardashians: Sex Tape Wars.Stuttering John Melendez has blocked Drew on Twitter. He must not want $3,500 for his chemotherapy charity.TV: BranDon is way behind on his shows. Marc and Trudi recommend a million shows. Drew claims he has nothing to watch. Yellowjackets = Alive. Drew learns of The Donner Party.College News: The Eastern Michigan University strike is over. The Psychedelic Shroom Fest is back at Michigan. The MSU board has given Sanjay Gupta until Tuesday to step down. The most expensive colleges in every state.The Queen has people lined up to see her. Princess Anne had to drive with the Queen's corpse. Prince Andy gets the Corgis. King Charles has Hulk Hands. Newsweek is also covering the Prince Andrew 'goose'.Murderer News: Mark David Chapman denied parole for the 12th time. John Hinckley Jr has some great merch. John's "community" is attracting many people.Leonardo DiCaprio might break his 25-year age limit to nail Gigi Hadid.Go away, Chrissy Teigen.Podcast Movement apologizes for apologizing for Ben Shapiro.Carnegie Mellon University is sorry for their professor, but her students have her back.Britney's back on IG. She claims she's done performing forever. Spartan Stadium has been rocking this gem.David Hall birthday shoutout.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

From The Newsroom
First Fatal Kangaroo Attack in 86 years 13/09/22

From The Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:31


An elderly man has died after he was attacked by a kangaroo that he was keeping as a pet, Anne, the princess royal, will accompany the Queen's body on the next leg of its journey, a popular soft drink has been permanently removed from Aussie supermarket shelves, David Warner is set to meet with Cricket Australia about his lifetime leadership ban, Emmy winners, and the Falls Festival has dropped a bit of a bombshell.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Running Scared with Coach Christine
The Thwarted Kidnapping of Princess Royal Anne

Running Scared with Coach Christine

Play Episode Play 42 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 27:20


Hey, friend, Thank you for joining me for Running Scared with Coach Christine.If you are a runner and a true crime enthusiast, you have found your corner of the internet! This true crime express run cast is my absolute favorite workout! We start this story and workout with a good solid base and conversation block and progressively speed up our pace while also making each subsequent segment shorter. The world is mourning the loss of Her Majesty, the Queen of England. As an homage to the Royal family, this case will highlight Princess Anne's steely determination and wit that helped to thwart what could have been a national tragedy. Today's workout is a 25-minute Workout following the below sequence:5- minute warm-up5- minute RPE scale 3-4 (conversation pace)4-minute  RPE scale 5-6 (1-2 sentence pace)3-minute  RPE scale 6-7 (1 sentence pace)2-minute RPE scale 7-8 (1-2 words and likely they are NSFW words)1-minute RPE scale 9-10 (sprint, let's GO)5-minute cool-downWe will be using RPE found here >>I'd love you to join the Running Scared community on Facebook, where you get to weigh in with your thoughts and requests and get invites to special true crime-focused events. You can find it here >>If you have any questions about running or want to chat about True Crime, please email me at christine@runwinefinishlines.com.Please consult a physician before starting any new exercise routine.Thank you for joining!

RNZ: Morning Report
Queen's Hearse arrives at Buckingham Palace

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 5:14


The Queen's coffin has arrived in London this morning, after leaving Scotland by plane, escorted by the Princess Royal, Princess Anne. The flight took a scenic route over the UK before landing in London about an hour ago. Moments ago the Queen's coffin arrived at Buckingham Palace, where King Charles and other members of the Royal Family will meet her. This is the last private evening the Royal family will have with the Queen before her coffin lays in state at Westminster Hall for four days. Thousands of mourners are already waiting in line for a chance to pay their respects. Corin Dann spoke to Susie Ferguson from Hyde Park corner.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Anna Burns-Francis: TVNZ correspondent says thousands of people have turned out to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 1:58


Huge crowds have gathered in Edinburgh to see off Her Majesty. The Queen's coffin is lying in state at Edinburgh's Saint Giles' Cathedral. King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward have stood guard around the coffin in the traditional Vigil of the Princes. Correspondent Anna Burns-Francis told Mike Hosking vast numbers of people have turned out to pay their respects. “It's a ten or fifteen minute walk from here up to the cathedral but it's going to take a lot longer, there are thousands of people here.” The coffin will be flown to London tomorrow to lie in state at Westminster Hall for the rest of the week. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Two-Minute Briefing
The Evening Briefing: Friday, September 9

The Two-Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 2:28


King's speech: Monarch renews his mother's promise of lifelong service in first addressDay-by-day guide: What next for the King as the Royal family mourns'I simply choked up': Boris Johnson leads Parliament in tribute to 'Elizabeth the Great''Lizard Liz dead': Villagers round on chip shop owner who celebratedTrevor Sinclair: Ex-footballer stood down by Talksport after tweetRush to Balmoral: King Charles and Princess Anne only senior royals who made it to Balmoral before Queen Elizabeth diedDevotion to duty: Queen Elizabeth's final year was a triumph of strength and willpower over griefInner circle: What Queen Elizabeth was really like – by those who knew herRead all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your free one-month trial today to gain unlimited website and app access. Cancel anytime. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3v8HLez.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Learn Irish & other languages with daily podcasts
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Learn Irish & other languages with daily podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 8:28


jQuery(document).ready(function(){ cab.clickify(); }); Original Podcast with clickable words https://tinyurl.com/2kdgfhtx Contact: irishlingos@gmail.com Queen of England after death. Banríon Shasana tar éis bháis. Queen Elizabeth of England has died. Tá Banríon Eilís Shasana tar éis bháis. Her death was announced around 6.30 in the evening. Fógraíodh a bás thart ar 6.30 tráthnóna. Great concern has been expressed about Queen Elizabeth's health since doctors examined her this morning. Bhí imní mhór léirithe faoi shláinte na Banríona Eilís ó chuir dochtúirí scrúdú uirthi ar maidin inniu. It was in Balmoral Castle in Scotland that the Queen of England was living for some time because her health was not beyond the recommendation of two people. Ba i gCaisleán Balmoral in Albain a bhí Banríon Shasana ag cur fúithi le tamall de bharr nach raibh a sláinte thar mholadh beirte. Her relatives are gradually gathering at Balmoral Castle this afternoon. Tá daoine muinteartha léi ag bailiú de réir a chéile ag Caisleán Balmoral tráthnóna. Among them are her son, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla as well as Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. Ina measc tá a mac, an Prionsa Séarlas agus a bhean Camilla chomh maith leis an mBanphrionsa Anne, an Prionsa Andrew agus an Prionsa Edward. It is said that the queen's grandson, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge has also reached the place and that Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex is on his way. Deirtear go bhfuil an áit bainte amach freisin ag garmhac na banríona, an prionsa William,Diúc Cambrige agus go bhfuil an Prionsa Harry, Diúc Sussex ar a shlí. The Queen did not want to be in Buckingham Palace in London 2 days ago so that she could formally appoint the new British Prime Minister, Liz Truss. Ní raibh sé in araíocht ag an mBanríon bheith i bPálás Buckingham i Londain 2 lá ó shin le go bhféadfadh sí Príomh Aire nua na Breataine,Liz Truss a cheapadh go foirmeálta. Then yesterday, she withdrew from another formal meeting she was due to have with the Queen's Council. Ansin inné, tharraing sí siar ó chruinniú foirmeálta eile a bhí le bheith aici le Comhairle na Banríona. Queen Elizabeth was the longest-reigning head of state in Britain to date. Ba í an Bhanríon Eilís an té ab fhaide i gcumhacht go dtí seo mar cheannaire stáit sa Bhreatain. Its era began in 1952. Cuireadh tús lena ré i 1952. Her son Charles, Prince of Wales, will now succeed her. Tiocfaidh a mac Séarlas,Prionsa na Breataine Bige, i gcomharbacht uirthi anois. Elizabeth, Queen of England who has died Eilís,Banríon Shasana atá tar éis bháis

The Queen Remembered
2. From Princess to Queen

The Queen Remembered

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 14:38


In the second episode of Radio 4's new podcast on the life of Elizabeth II, James Naughtie looks at the dramatic change that transformed Princess Elizabeth's life much earlier than she had anticipated. She and Prince Philip, together with their two young children, Prince Charles and Princess Anne, had been living on the island of Malta where he was serving with the Royal Navy. Early in 1952, the royal couple embarked on an extensive foreign tour and it was in East Africa that they received shattering news from home.

Dubious
The End Of An Era and The New King For Climate: What's Next For The British Monarchy?

Dubious

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 50:06


After 70 years of service to the people of the United Kingdom, the Realms and the Commonwealth, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth Windsor passed away at 96, surrounded by her family at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.Whether you're a monarchist or not, you have to admit that Elizabeth Regina II – Lilibet et as Prince Phillip used to call her - was a magnificent monarch and also a most capable and beloved mother figure for the British people. She was also The United Kingdom's longest reigning monarch. If you like our content, please become a patron to get our bonus episodes and our public episodes ad-free. 1, 2 Now, the UK has a new king: King Charles III. Camilla became Queen Consort and William, the heir to the throne, is now Duke of Cornwall and will become Duke of Windsor. Prince George is second in line to the throne. When her father George VI died in February 1952, Elizabeth—then 25 years old—became queen regnant of seven independent Commonwealth countries: the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan, and Ceylon (known today as Sri Lanka), as well as Head of the Commonwealth. During her reign, she had 15 Prime Ministers, from Winston Churchill to Liz Truss. The Queen's coronation in 1953 and her marriage to Prince Phillip, the birth of her 4 children (King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew Duke of York and Prince Edward Earl of Wessex), the celebrations of her Silver, Golden, Diamond, and Platinum jubilees in 1977, 2002, 2012, and 2022, are some of the important milestones of her life. She had several residences: Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Balmoral Castle, Holyrood Place, Sandringham Estate, and Hillsborough Castle. King Charles also has several homes: Clarence House, Highgrove, Birkhall and Llwynywermod. King Charles III has a passion for gardening, plants and green spaces and was way ahead of his time with his care for the environment, a worry he expressed in his 1970 speech in which he warns about plastic, pollution and the dangers of climate change. He also loves sustainable architecture and built an eco-town called Pundbury on the outskirts of Dorchester, in Dorset. He enjoys organic farming and products, which he has been growing since before the word “organic” became fashionable. 3, 4, 5, 1. Anneta Konstantindes. American tourists once met the Queen and had no idea who she was — so she played a joke on them. Business Insider India. June 2022. ⇤2. British Royal Films Youtube channel. Queen Elizabeth cracks a joke!. Youtube. March 2009. ⇤3. The Royal Family Youtube channel. The Prince of Wales reflects on 50 years since his first speech on the environment. Youtube. February 2020. ⇤4. Royal Institue of British Architects Facebook page. Next month marks 30 years since Prince Charles's (in)famous ‘Carbuncle' speech.... Facebook. April 2014. ⇤5. A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales at the 150th anniversary of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Royal Gala Evening at Hampton Court Palace. Prince of Wales Official Website. May 1984. ⇤

Global News Podcast
Queen Elizabeth is under medical supervision after doctors express their concern

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 32:51 Very Popular


Buckingham Palace says the 96 year old monarch "remains comfortable". Prince Charles and Princess Anne are with Queen Elizabeth at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Also, defence ministers and military officials meet in Germany to discuss support for Ukraine and, the UN warns that decades of progress around the world is now in reverse.

Right Royal Roundup
Right Royal Roundup (19 August 2022) - Podcast: Princess Anne Birthday, Lady Louise Summer Job, Jamboree22 and Jordanian Royal Engagement

Right Royal Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 14:19


Princess Anne (the Princess Royal) celebrates her 72nd Birthday, Lady Louise Windsor's summer job whilst waiting for A-Level results, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden attend Jambaroo22 at Norra Åsum, Crown Prince Al Hussein's engagement to Rs Rajwa Al Saif and a brief history about Philippa of Hainault, the Queen-consort of King Edward III of England.

History Tea Time
Royalty 101: The Rules of Succession

History Tea Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 28:19


Please consider supporting me at https://www.patreon.com/LindsayHoliday How is the next monarch decided? How many people are in the line of succession and what can they do to get themselves booted? Can LGBT+ royals get married and can adopted children be a part of the succession? Will Prince Harry be regent if George becomes King before he's an adult? Will Kate Middleton be a Queen? What's the difference between a Queen Regnant, Queen Consort, Dowager Queen and Queen Mother? Why is Princess Anne in the line of succession after her younger brothers? Why is Queen Elizabeth's husband is called Prince Philip and not King Philip? I answer your questions about the royal line of succession. Join me every Tuesday when I'm Spilling the Tea on History! Check out my Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/lindsayholiday Intro Music: Baroque Coffee House by Doug Maxwell Music: Bellissimo by Doug Maxwell For business inquiries, please contact LindsayHoliday@ellifyagency.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/historyteatime/support

Podcast Royal
64. Prince William Turns 40, Sells Magazines On The Streets Of London, And Plans A Move To Windsor

Podcast Royal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 76:33


In this episode, we catch up on all of the royal happenings since the Platinum Jubilee, including Lili's first birthday cake, Royal Ascot, and the annual Garter Day Procession. Plus, we talk all things Cambridge -- from the family's upcoming move to Adelaide Cottage to Prince William turning 40 and selling The Big Issue magazine on the streets of London in support of those looking for work. Lastly, in our lifestyle segment, we reveal our Duke of Cambridge Capsule Wardrobe in honor of Prince William and his classic, royal fashion. Follow us on Instagram @podcastroyal Email us at hellopodcastroyal@gmail.com Mentioned in this episode: Duke of Cambridge (Prince William), Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton), Sophie Wessex, Prince Edward, Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth, Duchess of Sussex (Meghan Markle), Carole Middleton, Peter Phillips, Duchess of Cornwall (Camilla), Prince of Wales (Prince Charles), Princess Anne, Zara, Princess Beatrice, Prince Louis, Lilibet Dinana "Lili" Mountbatten-Windsor

Gossip With Celebitchy
126: Duchess Meghan looked amazing at the Jubilee service, Duchess Kate and Prince William were frosty to the Sussexes

Gossip With Celebitchy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 43:49 Very Popular


Introduction: Minutes 0 to 5:30 We'll have episodes out for the next two weeks and then we'll be off for two weeks. We're also taking two weeks off in July because I'm moving. Both of us want new cars but we're waiting on that. Chandra has been watching the French Open and is happy that American Coco Gauff will be in the final. Royals: Minutes 5:30 to 29 Duchess Meghan made a quiet visit to the Uvalde memorial and she brought food to blood drive volunteers, who had no idea who she was. One woman said she thought Meghan was a neighbor and that Meghan was sweet. Meghan seems to prefer to do quiet, respectful work on the ground. After we heard that Harry and Meghan were going to the Jubilee there was so much hysteria about whether they would pull a “stunt,” if they would overshadow the Queen and if would bring Netflix cameras despite the fact that Netflix didn't request a press pass. It's all very predictable. We also heard that the Sussexes likely arranged with the Queen to spend Lilibet's first birthday with her privately. The Cambridges are going to be in Wales for Jubilee events on that day. It's clear that the two couples are being kept apart. The Sussexes arrived in England on Wednesday night by commercial flight and were greeted at the airport by armored SUVS and the Queen's protection service. It's interesting how Harry got security for this visit considering that he is fighting in court for protection while in the UK. For Trooping The Color they were not on the balcony but watched from the Major General's Office. Meghan was photographed wearing a wide sun hat with a giant bow and she wore a cute cap sleeve dress. Prince William, Prince Charles and Princess Anne arrived to the Jubilee on horseback in full military regalia while The Queen and her cousin, The Duke of Kent, watched from the balcony. Chandra saw some tweets about that which cracked her up. The balcony was very subdued this year. The Queen, The Cambridges and their kids, Camilla and Charles and the Duke of Kent and his wife were there. Sophie, Edward and her kids were on the balcony but they were pushed to the side. More of the royal family, especially the children, should have been included. Kate, Camilla and the Cambridge children arrived by carriage. Kate wore a white McQueen coatdress with shoulder pads that she last wore to the G7 last year. George wore a suit with a blue tie, Charlotte had on a blue dress and Louis was in a sailor outfit that William wore as a child to a Trooping the Colour in the 1980s. I play a segment from Zoom where we talked about the royals. In a section we recorded on Friday, we talk about the Jubilee service. Both couples came without their children. Meghan was wearing a Dior belted coat that looked cream in photos but was actually pale lilac. She looked rich and expensive. Kate was wearing a yellow Emilia Wickstead with a weird criss cross high waistline. Her Philip Treacy hat was in a saucer shape and had floral embellishments underneath. Chandra doesn't think it's the same hat she wore to Harry and Meghan's wedding. Zara Tindall was in a fuchsia dress that was so fug! Eugenie was in an orange short sleeve dress and Beatrice had on a pleated blue dress with little white buttons down the front. It was like she stole Kate's style! Several outlets including The Daily Mail and People said that the body language between the Cambridges and Sussexes at the service was tense. The Daily Mirror reported that the Sussexes went to Clarence House before the service, so they spent some time with Charles and Camilla. The Queen is not going to the horse race on Saturday the 4th so Chandra thinks the Sussexes and their children will visit her. Omid Scobie has been doing great analysis of the royal family in his new Yahoo UK column. The verdict We talk about a recent court verdict Comments of the Week My comment of the week is from Crowhood on the post about Jana Kramer having an affair with her married Dancing with The Stars partner. Kaiser's comment of the week is from Amy Bee on the post about the Archbishop of Canterbury saying Andrew wanted to make amends. Thanks for listening bitches!

Gossip With Celebitchy
123: Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry smeared in Tina Brown's book, The Wessexes' Caribbean tour

Gossip With Celebitchy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 35:58


Introduction: Minutes 0 to 7:00 We will have an episode out next week and are off May 14th. I finished the first season of Yellowstone and really liked it. Chandra is watching Gaslit and loves Betty Gilpin and Dan Stevens's performances. Chandra really liked The Batman and thinks Robert Pattinson was excellent. Royals: Minutes 7:00 to 32:00 There are two new royal books for which we are getting advanced details and interviews with the authors. The main one is Tina Brown's The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor–the Truth and the Turmoil, which came out this week on April 26th. Brown has sources in the palace as well as in the Middleton camp. Brown's book takes Harry and Meghan's strengths, like their shared vision of helping people and Meghan's skill at public speaking, and makes them sound like they're bad and a nefarious plot. Meghan is called “actressy” and characterized as swag-hungry. Chandra has been reading and reporting on the book. In the book, Brown is bitchy to everyone but in interviews she's very complimentary to Kate. Her talking points are much different than what she's been writing. In an interview Brown called Harry “unbelievably arrogant” for saying he was concerned about his grandmother. She is racist against Meghan and is downplaying the very real racism Meghan has faced, comparing it to the classism against Kate. In an interview with Marie Claire Brown trashed Meghan. She said that “Meghan got angry so fast, and that's what's rocked the family.” This is the angry Black woman stereotype. Brown has not acknowledged the fact that Meghan said in the Oprah interview that she was suicidal while she was pregnant and being smeared by the press. She does not take Harry and Meghan at their word. In the book Brown said Harry liked Meghan because she didn't come from his “narrow circle” and she “was of a breed he had not encountered.” That's so racist. Chandra mentions that Brown uses the word “ghetto” in the book when describing Meghan's career on TV cable. Brown also wrote that Kate was jealous of Meghan's style and that she was jealous of her sister, Pippa. In another part of the book, Brown wrote about how Carole coached Kate to land and keep William. Carole strategized with Kate about how to handle William when he was cheating on her. Another royal book is coming out on June 21, William at 40: The Making of a Modern Monarch, by Robert Jobson. The advance story we heard from that is about what a rage monster William is, which we already know. Harry's strength in being a calm, even-tempered person who has been to therapy is painted as a weakness by the press when William is the one flying off the handle. Chandra credits Robert Lacey's book Battle of Brothers for setting the narratives that these other royal biographies are following. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen and Zakia wonder about the press messaging. Chandra says that the Invictus Games was a turning point that showed how petty and negative the British press is. The Wessexes did their Caribbean tour, where they're getting much the same reception as the Cambridges did on their struggle tour just with less publicity. Sophie and Edward tried to do it low key, but they still got told that several Caribbean countries want reparations and intend to become republics. When the Queen passes, the commonwealth will be all but over. Prince Charles and Camilla are doing a three day tour of Canada from May 17th to May 19th. Chandra wonders why he's going for such a short time and thinks it's because he doesn't trust his relatives around the Queen. I play a segment from Zoom where we talked about the royal tour and the commonwealth countries. Kate did an outing in London with Princess Anne on Thursday where they visited their maternal health patronages. There are about three photos where Anne and other people are side-eyeing Kate. I asked Chandra if she had larger versions of those photos from our agency and curiously those unflattering photos were the only ones out of the set which were lower resolution. Comments of the Week: Minutes 32:00 to end My comment of the week is from notasugarhere on the post about Donald Trump telling Piers Morgan that Prince Harry is whipped. Chandra's comment of the week is from ThatsNotOkay on the post about Olivia Wilde getting served with custody papers at CinemaCon. Thanks for listening bitches!

Sip and Shine Podcast
29: Royal Love Children, Prince Andrew Update, Prince Heinrich helps Ukraine & Sally Field's Say What

Sip and Shine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 45:01


Princess Anne's ex-husband hid a love child while she had an affair with her bodyguard. Princess William's trip to Jamaica- are they tours outdated? Will Prince Harry come back for his grandmother's jubilee? Larissa is obsessed with Amanda Seyfried's Theranos portrayal. Prince Heinrich Donatus was featured as one of Tatler's hottest royals- he has been helping in Poland for the Ukraine's refugees. His loafers definitely make the man. Sally Field comes out after Burt Reynold's death, disagreeing with his love declarations in his book.    If you enjoyed this episode, check out & read: Princess Margaret of Love & Vice — Misdeeds & Intrigue (misdeedsandintrigue.com) Follow Misdeeds & Intrigue Podcast on social media Twitter: www.twitter.com/misintriguepod Facebook: www.facebook.com/misintriguepod Instagram: www.instagram.com/misintriguepod   Follow for Curated Collections of Articles  Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MisIntriguepod Flipboard: https://flipboard.com/@misintriguepod Watch Related Videos & Clips TikTok: @misintriguepod https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeD9hE5u/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkBIxvkybymGErnYs-7XL0g IMDB Playlist: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls088470884/ This episode in general may contain certain copyrighted works that were not specifically authorized to be used by the copyrighted holder(s), but which we believe in good faith are protected by general law and the fair use doctrine for one or more of the purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship or research. Audio Clips & Articles  | GMA  | The Seven Loves of Princess Anne  | Gigolo House  | E! Extra  | BBC

True Crime Horror Story
S5E7: The Broadmoor Hall of Fame Pt. 1

True Crime Horror Story

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 40:40


In the seventh episode of Season 5, your host JD Horror takes you inside the walls of the notorious Broadmoor Psychiatric Hospital in England. Over the course of the next couple of episodes we will meet some of the asylum's most famous patients, each more vile than the next.Part 1: The History of Broadmoor - Learn how and why this facility came to be.Part 2: Jack the Ripper - Could one of Broadmoor's residents have been finally identified as being the legendary Jack the Ripper? Some conspiracy theorists seem to think so. (J. Kelly, England)Part 3: Kidnapping a Princess - One man's botched attempt at kidnapping Princess Anne would lead to four people being shot, and one locked away in Broadmoore. (I. Ball, England)Part 4: The Yorkshire Ripper - Peter Sutcliffe terrorized the streets of Yorkshire in such a way as to be compared to one of the most devious murderers of all time. He would commit over a dozen murders before his eventual capture and incarceration within the brick walls of our subject here today. (P. Sutcliffe, England)If you like what you hear here on True Crime Horror Story please subscribe and give us a 5 star review. You can also think about joining our Patreon At www.patreon.com/truecrimehs and then Stay tuned after this show on Patreon for the True Crime Horror Story After Show w/ Dom & JD as well as early access to Ad free episodes and exclusive bonus content available only on Patreon.This episode features research and writing by Mis Demeanor, music by Mechanical Ghost, Producer LB from the No One Likes Us Podcast, and The Quiet Type as well as Artwork by Nuclear Heat Graphics. Sources for this episode's cases are available in the credits section of our website.Has violent crime impacted you or someone close to you? Send us your story at truecrimehorrorstory@gmail.comhttp://www.truecrimehorrorstory.com

Composers Datebook
Previn's Violin Concerto

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 2:00


Synopsis On today's date in 2002, a new Violin Concerto received its premiere by the Boston Symphony and  German violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, with the new work's composer, Sir Andre Previn conducting. Previn was born in Berlin, came to the United States in 1939, and became an American citizen in 1943. His Concerto reflects a homecoming of sorts in its third movement, subtitled “From a Train in Germany.”  In 1999, while riding on a German train Previn had telephoned a birthday greeting to his manager, who suggested that the new composition he was planning for Boston might reflect that return to the country of his birth. And so its 3rd movement ended up incorporating a German children's song suggested by Anne-Sophie Mutter, one that Previn had known as a child. Autobiographical inferences throughout the Concerto are also suggested by an inscription from T. S. Eliot's “Four Quartets,” which reads: “We shall not cease from exploration/And the end of all our exploring/will be to arrive where we started/and know the place for the first time.” And, as if to underscore the autobiographical interplay of life and art, Mutter and Previn were married on August 1, 2002, five months after the premiere of “their” Concerto. Music Played in Today's Program André Previn (b. 1930) — Violin Concerto (Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin; Boston Symphony; André Previn, cond.) DG 474500 On This Day Births 1681 - German composer Georg Philipp Telemann, in Magdeburg; 1727 - Baptism of German composer and keyboard virtuoso Johann Gottlieb Goldberg, in Danzig (now Gdansk); 1804 - Austrian composer and conductor Johann Strauss, Sr., in Vienna; Premieres 1734 - Handel: anthem "This is the day which the Lord hath made" in London at the French Chapel of St. James's Palace, for the wedding of Princess Anne and Prince Willem, the Prince of Orange (Gregorian date: March 25); 1824 - Schubert: String Quartet in a (D. 804) in Vienna, by the Schuppanzigh Quartet; Published the following September, this was the only chamber work of Schubert's published in his lifetime; 1847 - Verdi: opera "Macbeth," in Florence at the Teatro della Pergola; 1885 - Gilbert & Sullivan: operetta "The Mikado," at the Savoy Theatre in London; 1963 - Simpson: Symphony No. 3, in Birmingham, England; 1975 - Ulysses Kay: Quintet Concerto for brass and orchestra, in New York City; 1976 - Paul Creston: "Hyas Illahee" for chorus and orchestra, in Shreveport, La.; 1986 - Harrison Birtwistle: "Earth Dances" for orchestra, at Royal Festival Hall in London by the BBC Symphony, Peter Eotvos conducting; 1996 - Leo Ornstein: Piano Sonata No. 6, at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, by pianist Marvin Tartak; 2000 - David Maslanka: Wind Quintet No. 3, in Columbus, Mo., by the Missouri Quintet; 2001 - Danielpour: Cello Concerto No. 2 ("Through the Ancient Valley"), by the New York Philharmonic, Kurt Masur conducting, with soloist Yo-Yo Ma; 2002 - Previn: Violin Concerto, by the Boston Symphony with the composer conducting and soloist Anne-Sophie Mutter; 2003 - Jim Mobberley: "Vox Inhumana" for live and prerecorded sounds, in Kansas City, by the NewEar ensemble. Links and Resources On André Previn More on Previn