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This week we welcome back to the show the Brown Recluse...Live and in FULL EFFECT. We're tackling one of those "where were you when" such and such happened topics...The Death....or Murder...of Princess Diana. We give you guys all of the facts as well as put our toes in the pool of conspiracy theories that are out there. Didd the Royal Family have her killed? Listen to find out.. As always follow us on the stuff Merch Store- http://tee.pub/lic/doEoXMI_oPI Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/Artandjacobdoamerica Website- https://artandjacobdoamerica.com/ Network- https://podbelly.com/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/artandjacobdoamerica YouTube Channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0rT6h3N2pWtlkxaqgIvaZw?view_as=subscriber Twitter- https://twitter.com/ArtandJacobDoA1 Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/artandjacobdoamerica/ ALSO! Make sure you're checking out our sponsors https://cavemancoffeeco.com Suiker Apparel: Graphic Statement Tees & Accessories Use Promo code "AMERICA" for 15% off at Caveman Coffee Use Promo code "Artandjacob" for 10% off at Suiker Apparel
She needs no introduction — but in magazine history, Tina Brown is rightly deemed a legend, reviving Tatler, Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, before turning to the web and The Daily Beast (where I worked for her). Her new book is The Palace Papers. We talked journalism, life and royals.You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player embedded above, or right below it you can click “Listen in podcast app,” which will connect you to the Dishcast feed. For two clips of our convo — on Meghan Markle’s epic narcissism, and why women make the best monarchs — head over to our YouTube page. Having Tina on the pod was the perfect excuse to transcribe our popular episode with Michael Moynihan, who used to work for Tina at The Daily Beast — which also hosted the Dish for a few years. So we’re all old friends. From the Moynihan chat:Andrew: I was talking to Tina Brown about this not that long ago, with the great days of the big magazines in the '80s and '90s. Really, when you look back on that time, it was an incredible festival of decadence and clearly over the top before the fall.Michael: I love Tina. I did a thing — you can look this up — an interview with her, when her Vanity Fair Diaries came out, for The Fifth Column. Just Tina and I sat down and talked for an hour and a half, and it was one of the best things I think we’ve recorded, and got one of the best responses. Because people miss those stories.Perhaps Bill Kristol should check out the clip with Moynihan on how to change your mind on stuff you get wrong:A listener looks back to last week’s episode:Wonderful interview with Douglas Murray, with the two of you riffing off each other with brilliant dialogue. Very warm and affirming as well. I particularly enjoyed your discussion of the religious dimension as one aspect of our present dilemma. I know you would want to provide variety for the Dishcast, but please consider having him on again.Another fan:This was the most memorable episode in a long time (although they are all great). Of course, your dialogue was choir-preaching, and so I need to be careful in avoiding confirmation bias. That said, I found Murray’s elegant way of encapsulating the obvious — which I fail to express myself — truly invigorating. I rewound and listened to many parts several times over. I ordered his book today.Another listener dissents:I find the armchair psychoanalysis regarding ressentiment — as the organizing principle of what is happening in our culture today — to be one of the least compelling arguments made in the episode. Why not go ahead and attribute our perpetual unwillingness in the West to recognize what is great about it to Christianity’s concept of original sin? Or maybe read psychoanalytic literature on why an individual or group of people who are objectively improving might hold onto beliefs of the self or society as rotten? These seem just as likely as Nietzsche’s argument. Ultimately, what a person speculates to be the primary motivator of another person or group reveals a lot. Your speculation that it’s mostly ressentiment suggests you want or need to demonize the CRT crowd. This is tragic given that this is precisely what you and Douglas accuse the CRT crowd of doing. Another listener differs:I don’t agree with everything you and Douglas Murray write, but thank you for talking about the resentment and bitterness that’s driving politics and culture today. It’s gone completely insane. I used to work for a small talent agency, and during the pandemic I coached some actors over Zoom. During the George Floyd protests, one of my clients was up watching the news all night, not getting any sleep. I told her, look, you want to be informed and want to help. But you have to take care of yourself first or you’re no help to anyone. Go to bed and catch up on the news tomorrow. People criticized me for this kind of advice, saying I was privileged, that I just wanted to look away and not examine myself for my own inherent racism, etc. I couldn’t understand why people were being so unreasonable.I’m also a Mormon. After George Floyd was murdered, our ward started to discuss racism. Mormonism has a checkered past when it comes to things like Black men and the priesthood. Or even language in some of the scriptures. These are important conversations that our church needs to have. There were good things that happened, like Black people in the ward shared more about their experiences during meetings. But almost immediately it became weird. The women’s group did a lesson on Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility,” for example. We didn’t actually ever talk about the things I was hoping we’d talk about — how Brigham Young stopped Black men receiving the priesthood, for example. We were just told we all needed to acknowledge our white privilege and feel guilty about it. There was a part about redlining. There was no acknowledgment that some of the white people in this ward lived in low-income housing, basically had nothing, and had been stressed even further by the pandemic. It just felt unnecessarily divisive. I have no idea what the Asian members made of this talk, because it basically excluded them. There were so many holes in these theories, but I wasn’t brave enough to point them out.So it was a real relief to hear you and Murray talk about the way these ideas have infiltrated churches. The Mormon thing is typically like, “God wants you to be happy. Live this structured life, show compassion, work hard, love your family, and be happy.” But the DiAngelo ideas felt like, “you can’t even be saved, at least not if you’re white. Some people don’t deserve to be happy; they should only feel guilt.” It was easier to bring in a fad book and talk about property values than to talk about the awful passage in the Book of Mormon where it says dark-skinned people are cursed, but other people are “white and delightsome.” I felt like the second the door opened to have a serious conversation about the church and race, they immediately jumped the shark instead.From a fan of opera and ballet:Douglas Murray mentioned Jessye Norman and how her obituary was racialized. Well, in January of 1961, Leontyne Price made her Metropolitan Opera debut, and she and Franco Correlli received an ovation that was around 50 minutes long ... possibly the longest in Met history, or among two or three longest. There have been so many great black singers at the Met, such as Shirley Verrett, Kathleen Battle (who was loved by James Levine but whose voice I never liked), Eric Owens, Grace Bumbry, and many others. Here’s a snip of Price’s Met debut:Balanchine choreographed Agon (music by Stravinsky), arguably his greatest dance, for Diana Adams (white) and Arthur Mitchell (black) in 1957. They danced the pas de deux, which is an erotic tangle of bodies. Balanchine wanted the black/white tension. Here is a bit of it:And to my beloved Jessye Norman, whom I saw only once, here she is at her best:Another listener rolls out some poetry:I greatly enjoyed your conversation with Douglas Murray. He is fierce! Your mention of Clive James’s “The Book of My Enemy Has Been Remaindered” reminded me of a similarly minded poem from Nina Puro. (I suspect one of them inspired the other.) I LONG TO HOLD THE POETRY EDITOR’S PENIS IN MY HANDand tell him personally,I’m sorry, but I’m goingto have to pass on this.Though your pieceheld my attention throughthe first few screenings,I don’t feel it is a good fitfor me at this time. Please know it receivedmy careful consideration.I thank you for allowingme to have a look,and I wish youthe very best of luckplacing it elsewhere.Shifting away from the Murray episode, here’s a followup from a intrepid Dishhead:I was excited to see my letter published on the violent toll homelessness takes on communities recently. I’ll be listening to the podcast with Maia Szalavitz soon, and I’ve got Johann’s book on harm reduction to read as well. (I loved the episode with Johann, bought his new book, loved it, and stopped being so online for about a week before backsliding ...)Shortly after I wrote that last letter to you, I realized that I wasn’t satisfied with just writing indignant letters about the bloody cost of complacency on homelessness. It’s really the story of Ahn Taylor — a sweet 94-year-old lady stabbed by a homeless man as she was walking in her neighborhood — that made me understand that complaining is not enough.So I’ve started a non-profit, Unsafe Streets, to take on this challenge. It’s sort of a “Take Back the Night”-style public safety crusade. It’s early days still, but we have a website, including pages for NYC and San Francisco, a Twitter feed, and a crowdfunding campaign. Next on my agenda is to create a page for Los Angeles, a detailed policy platform, and then to recruit a board and apply for 501c3 status.I’ve been keeping up with the Dish when I can (LOVING the conversation with Jonathan Haidt, and I HIGHLY recommend this complementary Rogan episode.) I’ve been busy with the kids and trying to get Unsafe Streets going in my free minutes.She follows up:I just listened to Maia’s episode, and I am pretty unsatisfied with her proposed solutions. Non-coercive acceptance and decriminalization is fine for people who are using drugs they bought with their own money in the privacy of their home. But public drug use, public intoxication, and the associated “quality of life” crimes (public defecation, indecency, etc.) make public spaces unsafe and uncomfortable for everyone else. Laws against these crimes should be enforced, which means arresting people and taking them to jail or some kind of treatment. Injecting fentanyl and passing out on the sidewalk is a very antisocial and harmful behavior, and should not be “decriminalized.”I agree with Maia that this is a complicated mix of addiction and severe mental illness. But I don’t think the cost of housing argument holds up. (A brief scan of the news will show you that there in fact ARE homeless encampments in West Virginia.) I think she was unfair in her characterization of Michael Shellenberger’s proposal, which includes tons of resources to expand access to and quality of treatment. Overall, Maia’s perspective is very focused on the benefit to the addict, but discounts the costs to the surrounding community. Thanks for keeping a focus on this subject!Another listener looks to a potential future guest:Hello! You invite your readers to submit guest ideas here. I submit Kevin D. Williamson — another nuanced “conservative,” Roman Catholic, Never Trumper, and admirer of Oakeshott. Oh, and he was fired after five minutes at The Atlantic for a previous statement about abortion.Thanks for the suggestion. Lastly, because we ran out of room this week in the main Dish for the new VFYW contest photo (otherwise the email version would get cut short), here ya go:Where do you think it’s located? Email your guess to email@example.com. Please put the location — city and/or state first, then country — in subject line. Proximity counts if no one gets the exact spot. Bonus points for fun facts and stories. The winner gets the choice of a VFYW book or two annual Dish subscriptions. If you are not a subscriber, please indicate that status in your entry and we will give you a free month subscription if we select your entry for the contest results (example here if you’re new to the contest). Happy sleuthing! Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe
The Royal Family will use events around the Queen's Platinum Jubilee to bring Harry and Meghan closer to the rest of the family, according to one expert. After years of bad blood, Kate Mansey, assistant editor at the Mail on Sunday says she believes that the Queen wants a rapprochement with the Sussexes who quit royal working life in 2020. ‘There is generally a sense that they want to bring the Sussexes in, I think. They will be invited to lots of family occasions, just not the big, official numbers,' she tells our royal talk show Palace Confidential. That doesn't mean the initial encounters won't be awkward says the Daily Mail's Royal Editor Rebecca English, with much speculation about how the Sussexes will interact with the rest of the royals at a Jubilee thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral on June 3. ‘The amount of time that they're seen interacting with other family members on camera will be fairly limited,' she tells the programme. ‘But as one source said to me the other week, the body language is going to be fascinating. I just hope for the Queen's sake it doesn't overshadow everything else that's going on over the weekend.' The Mail on Sunday's Editor At Large Charlotte Griffiths says the royal balcony will miss Harry's humour. ‘Harry cold have been the Duke of Edinburgh Mark Two, and we kind of need that,' she says. ‘The Royal Family do take themselves very seriously but there is a fun side to them and Harry just would have been brilliant at that and he could have brought a jocular side to balcony moments and things like that and we've lost that now.' Meanwhile royal biographer Hugo Vickers talks to the programme about A Royal Life, the memoirs he co-wrote with the Duke of Kent. The Daily Mail's Diary Editor Richard Eden believes that the duke's life shows what an opportunity has Harry missed. ‘It emphasises what we've lost and what I think Prince Harry could have been if he'd put loyalty and service at the forefront,' he tells the show. ‘I think they married very different women, I think Meghan didn't seem to have a plan to serve and to want to stay in this country. And I think she's helped encourage Harry to quit the Royal Family. Whereas in the Duke of Kent's case, he had a wife who was very supportive and did all she could to help him.' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wilberforce Be With You! (May the 4th has been coopted by the podcast!) #Unanimousland What exactly -is- a ballcock? Mr. Ben from The Grace Bros Memorial Gym in London. When did the UK term “fit” start to be used? Professor Jeff assists. The incredible connection with Wendy Richard's East Enders co-star who starred with her in AYBS earlier! If you love Are You Being Served, you'll also love Benidorm and Kath & Kim. Could we do another podcast series based on another TV show?! A hot, hot take voicemail from Mr. Rob (we hope you're sitting down). “The Windors”, a hilarious and irreverent UK comedy which makes fun of the Royal Family (with one important exception). A top notch pussy joke according to Mr. Jeff's joke algorithm program. Putting butter on a cat's paws when one moves into a new home. Fake! Arrousing Mr. Humphries. Mrs. Slocombe really wants to gossip. Mavis can't find her knickers anywhere! Mrs. Slocombe's indecent proposal in the chicken coop with Mr. Molturd. Does it cross the line? Mr. Brandon can't pronounce “vulgarly”. Dotty = teetering (like teeter totter) = not of sound mind. Mavis doesn't get paid! The Kath & Kim house is no more! Mr. Jeff uses his vast Musical background yet again. A “bicycle”. There's a fox hunt on the grounds! Miss. Lovelock's character acts as a way to move the episode's plot along. The bucholic country horse trail scene with Peacock and Slocombe. Mollie Sugden really goes for it in the cart race scene. Humphries and Mavis light fires together in the boiler. The “G” word used for the Roma people. Poor Mavis! Was “the strap” meant to be a catch phrase? Tiddles is being chased by the hounds in a fox hunt! AYBSA/Grace and Favour is like a soap opera: each episode starts where the previous episode ended. The original series episodes were all independent of each other. Treat yourself to some That Does Suit Madame merch at our Bargain Basement podcast shop at imfree.threadless.com for t-shirts, mugs, tote bags, and more! Leave the show a voicemail at the Peacock Hotline: (662)-PEACOCK (662-732-2625) and find us on Twitter @DoesSuitMadame and #AYBS #AreYouBeingServed #ImFree #Britcom #comedy #MrHumphries #ThatDoesSuitMadame #GraceBros #podcast #LGBT #BlackLivesMatter #BBC #AreYouBeingServedAgain #GraceAndFavour #GraceAndFavor
Breaking overnight: New details on the tragic ending to the manhunt for an escaped murder suspect and the Alabama corrections officer – we're speaking to Vanderburgh County sheriff Dave Wedding. Plus, the latest developments on the Americans who died under mysterious circumstances at a resort in the Bahamas. And, new concern over Queen Elizabeth's health – her decision to skip this morning's opening of Parliament for the first time in 60 years.
Samira Hussain investigates the brand of the British Royal Family. It's estimated to be one of the biggest brands in the world, steeped in history, tradition and of course scandal... In the Queen's Platinum Jubilee year we look at how recent events have changed things for the royal brand and what coming changes and challenges could mean going forward. Pauline McLaran, professor of marketing and consumer research at Royal Holloway University and co-author of Royal Fever: The British Monarchy in Consumer Culture explains how this multi-faceted brand actually functions and what she thinks are the biggest problems it faces. We'll also explore whether being associated with brand Royal is still good for business. Jason Bell is a photographer based in New York. He took the photographs of Prince George's christening and tells us about the media interest in him being linked with that job and the global response to his pictures. Chef Darren McGrady, who cooked for the Queen and Princess Diana for many years, also joins us. Darren now runs a business in Dallas, Texas called Eating Royally. He says working for the royals definitely opened doors for him, but has questions about the future of the brand. Presenter: Samira Hussian Producer: Carmel O'Grady (Image: Queen Elizabeth II and members of the royal family; Credit: Victoria Jones / PA Wire)
On today's episode, Kaitlyn is joined by the amazingly talented Canadian tennis star, Genie Bouchard. Genie discovered her passion for tennis at just nine years old and it has led her to so much success that even Justin Timberlake knows who she is. Super casual. But, Genie is way more than just a tennis star; she is also a woman of her word. And sometimes, that leads you to date a complete stranger all because of a viral Tweet, a story which naturally, Disney buys the movie rights to. Again, super casual. Anyway, Kaitlyn and Genie chat about everything from her pro tennis career to why Jack Harlow is hot IRL to the unique Met Gala fits that have us all talking. Speaking of the Met Gala, stay tuned at the end of this episode for a little surprise segment with the Vino's favorite stylist and BFF, Lo VonRumpf! HYUNDAI - Learn more at HyundaiUSA.com. JENNI KAYNE - Find your forever pieces at jennikayne.com and get 15% o ff your first order when you use code VINE at checkout. PELOTON - Visit onepeloton.com to learn more . VIZZY - To find Vizzy near you go to vizzyhardseltzer.com/VINE.
Finally, it's here! We've spent 40 hours working our way through Tina Brown's epic new book, The Palace Papers, and breaking down all the best insights, funniest details and shocking revelations for this Book Club episode. Plus, a look back at the national embarrassment that was Prince Edward and Sophie's tour of Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Antigua and Barbuda.Support us on Ko-Fi: ko-fi.com/heirheadsShop our merch: linktr.ee/heirheads
New developments in the nationwide manhunt for that escaped murder suspect and the now former corrections officer. Plus, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their children will be attending Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee. And, Mandy Moore stops by Studio 1A to chat about new music, the end of “This Is Us” and motherhood.
‘Her celebrity is fading!' Royal expert says Meghan's Netflix dramas signal fall from grace for the ‘woke warrior Queen' – we discuss the latest royal stories in our unrivalled royal talk show Netflix's decision to ditch Meghan's animation Pearl before it was even made shows that the duchess' star power is waning, according to one royal expert. Andrew Pierce, consultant editor of the Daily Mail, tells Palace Confidential that the streaming giant is working out that the royal pair ‘are not the investment they thought they were'. ‘What does it say about the fall from grace of Meghan? This contract is not even two years old and they've realised already that her celebrity is fading in the United States… I think Netflix are working out that they are not the investment they thought they were,' he says. ‘[Pearl] was very important to Meghan herself who's the great woke warrior Queen – it's a real blow to her prestige and ego.' The cancellation of Pearl could also spell bad news for the rest of the royals, argues the Daily Mail's diary editor Richard Eden. ‘What's so significant and what's frankly worrying is that the only projects that will get the green light from Netflix now will be very personal ones about the Royal Family,' he says. ‘That puts them in an awkward position because I don't think they wanted to do that and certainly it will make people nervous back at Buckingham Palace.' Meanwhile the paper's royal editor Rebecca English brings an update on the latest jostling over who gets which grand residences. While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reported to be keen to move to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor, they could find themselves gazumping Prince Andrew. ‘I've been told by contacts that could be a little bit tricky because Prince Andrew has actually always had his eye on that property, it's been used as a grace-and-favour home for royal staff and distant relatives for many years. He'd rather hoped one of his children, particularly Princess Eugenie, might able to move into it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Grace and Jessica finally tackle royal social media: the good, the bad, and the incompetent. We also discuss the most orange party in the world, the Dutch King's Day, and why Prince Daniel is now Doctor Daniel! 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/
The growing fallout on that leaked draft opinion suggesting the Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade. Plus overnight, comedian Dave Chappelle was attacked on stage during his comedy routine. And, new details on how an intruder dressed as a priest spent the night with troops who guard Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle.
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Fonseca talks with Butch Patrick American actor and musician. Beginning his professional acting career at the age of seven, Patrick is perhaps best known for his role as child werewolf Eddie Munster on the CBS comedy television series The Munsters from 1964 to 1966 and in the 1966 feature film Munster, Go Home!, and as Mark on the ABC Saturday morning series Lidsville from 1971 to 1973. Josh Brolin tells the Happy Sad Confused podcast that he was almost cast as Batman instead of Ben Affleck. “It would have been the older, the more raspy, for lack of a better word…Honestly, that would have been a fun deal. And maybe I'll do it when I'm 80.” Nicolas Cage was recently doing a Q&A session on Twitter when he told fans he would love to be in a Muppets movie. “I've gotta agree with you man, I would love to be in a Muppet movie. I think Kermit and I could be best friends, and I've always had a crush on Miss Piggy.” bonus footage from "The Batman" has been posted online.One behind-the-scenes shot shows Robert Pattinson getting his Juul Vape pen placed under his utility belt. The pen is not visible in the film Celebrity Insider says Tom Cruise recently invited Prince William and Kate Middleton to a private screening of "Top Gun: Maverick". A source says the screening took place in an IMAX theater. ''The theater was shut to secure the privacy of William, Kate, and a few other associates of the Royal Family and a few authorized companions.'' Tom welcomed the Royals and said, "I hope they like the film as much as he like it.” The Daily Beast says Harrison Ford is going to star in a new TV series called "Shrinking". The Apple TV + series is about therapists dealing with significant changes in their personal lives. The people behind ''Ted Lasso'' are developing this series. Harrison's character develops Parkinson's disease and then has to re-evaluate his personal and professional life Video Game Survey A new survey by Buzz Bingo reveals that PlayStation players are in the best shape when it comes to gamers. 45% of them exercise between one and five times a week. Other findings: - 28% of Xbox users exercise between one and five times a week. - Only 8% of Nintendo Switch gamers exercise on a regular basis - PlayStation users like the following exercises ... weightlifting (58%), push-ups (51%) and sit-ups (43%) - Xbox users like the following exercises .. pushups (25%) and weightlifting (13%)
Author Tina Brown joins Margaret Hoover to discuss her new book, “The Palace Papers,” and the “perilous” state of the British monarchy in the twilight of Queen Elizabeth's reign. Brown, who interviewed more than 100 sources with knowledge of the Royal Family, explains what the 96-year-old matriarch means to the British people, how the crown might modernize under her son Charles and grandson William, and why so many Americans remain fascinated by a monarchy their country fought a war to escape. Brown details her reporting on Prince Harry's “Megxit” from the family, his efforts to forge his own path with Meghan Markle, and the palace fears about his upcoming memoir. She also offers her insights on the “reprehensible” Prince Andrew and “completely dishonest” British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The former editor of Vanity Fair and The New Yorker shares her views on the “meltdown” of journalism, the contagion of misinformation, and the possible ramifications of Elon Musk taking the helm of Twitter. Support for “Firing Line for Margaret Hoover” is provided by Stephens Inc., Robert Granieri, Charles R. Schwab, The Margaret and Daniel Loeb Foundation, The Tepper Foundation, The Fairweather Foundation, The Asness Family Foundation, Pfizer Inc., Craig Newmark Philanthropies, The Rosalind P. Walter Foundation, Damon Button and Simmons Family Foundation.
In this week's episode 61 of Keeping Up With The Windsors : Anne and Catherine are seen on their first ever joint engagement Sophie and Edward continue their Royal Caribbean Tour and are met with animosity and calls for repatriations All the latest details on the upcoming Platinum Jubilee celebrations The Queen's 96th birthday and a new picture of her is released Prince Louis celebrates his 4th birthday William & Catherine mark ANZAC Day William helps raise money for the London Air Ambulance Camilla has a smashing time at the National Theatre Charles is proud to award the Royal College of Art winners And, Beatrice and Edo join the Swedish Royals to launch the World Dyslexia Assembly...plus so much more. It's a jam-packed royal round-up edition of the podcast So, grab yourself a cuppa, Royal Community and let's get you up-to-date with all the latest in Royal Family news for this week. #kateandannefirstjointengagement #keepingupwiththewindsors #thequeens96thbirthdaypicture #theroyalfamily
"Naughty But Nice" Gossip Columnist Rob Shuter rejoins Bernie and Sid in the Morning to discuss The Kardashians, The Royal Family, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly, The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Trial, Will Smith, his podcast and the blind item! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Heyo star friends! Episode 160 of StarSound Speaks is a lovely chat with the esteemed Sharon Knight, traditional astrologer. Sharon holds an MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology, is a diplomate with the Faculty of Astrological Studies and became a Qualified Horary Professional under Olivia Barclay. We talk about Queen Elizabeth's, Prince Charles' and William's, charts for the upcoming eclipses, and the solar eclipse in 1811 that chimes in with this one. Sharon also shares how she used the ancient predictive technique called Zodiacal Releasing to see these eclipses unfold across the entire Royal Family. Have a listen! More on Sharon: Sharon was named Astrologer of the Year in 2016 in India. She is a Fellow of the Association of Professional Astrologers International (www.professionalastrologers.co.uk) where she has been Chair of the Association for over a decade. Sharon teaches Traditional Professional Astrology and is also a Tutor and Convenor for the QHP course in Horary Astrology. Her website is www.astrologersharon.co.uk Enjoy! ~irlianna samsara StarSound Speaks StarSound Astrology https://www.starsoundastrology.com to book a session with me: https://www.starsoundastrology.com/bo... #astrology #RoyalFamily #SolarEclipse #predictions
It's episode 60, our Diamond Jubilee episode! This week, Rachel and Jessica share their takeaways from the Invictus Games and recap the Royal Family's Easter service attendance. Plus Her Majesty turns 96 and Price Louis turns 4! Lastly, we interview well-known royal author, Robert Jobson, on his book, "William At 40: The Making of a Modern Monarch." Check out Rachel's article for Glamour here Check out Rachel's article for Marie Claire here Follow us on Instagram @podcastroyal Email us at email@example.com
Bo Snerdley chats with Mark Steyn about the Royal Family, Judge KBJ, gender identity. Financial Services Executive Richard Shindner breaks down the article he wrote regarding free speech and content moderation in regards to Twitter. Bo also weighs in on Rikers Island, Joy Reed, Ron DeSantis, and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you go back 24 generations, Beyonce and Queen Elizabeth share an ancestor.Meanwhile, Prince William went on a podcast, but it wasn't Harry's podcast because Harry hasn't released a podcast in over a year.
You know what I'm talking about. You're at a birthday party. You're almost finished singing. And on the very last line, for effect, your sister breaks into soprano and your mama hits that tenor - for something undeniable… Family Harmony “Haaaappy birthday to youuuu!” Poof. In a 3-part harmony, you are transported to childhood on a vocal carpet ride. It is the ohm in your bloodline - a vibration and evolutionary fine tuning. There is nothing… And I mean nothing, more beautiful to the human ear as families singing together. “It was the most mysterious thing I'd ever heard... I'd think about them even at my school desk...Mavis Staples looked to be about the same age as me in her picture on the cover.” Bob Dylan knew it. He used it. Black family spirit. He went on to be called the greatest songwriter in history. If only they gave royalties for magic. Which brings us to today's show. The Royal Families of Gospel… We'll focus on The Clark Sisters and The Winans, but we will celebrate so many others with fun name games, Twitter trivia, and praise dance choreography for the streets.
Tributes pour in for University of Wisconsin-Madison track and field star Sarah Shulze after her parents say she took her own life. Plus, TODAY's Consumer – Vicky Nguyen shares a behind-the-scenes look at what happens when you return items. And, meet Trey McBride – the first NFL Draft pick with same-sex parents.
This podcast covers New Girl Season 3, Episode 4, The Captain, which originally aired on October 8, 2013 and was written by J.J. Philbin and directed by Fred Goss. Here's a quick recap of the episode:Schmidt tries to break up Nick and Jess while Winston is trying to get his cat laid.We discuss Pop Culture References such as:Titanic / Billy Zane - Nick shared that “After [Schmidt] saw the movie Titanic, he started the Billy Zane fan club… called the Zaniacs.” We also discuss this article celebrating Billy Zane in the Titanic.Will & Kate & Pippa - Schmidt threatened he could break up Will & Kate, of the British Royal Family, with one email forcing their son, George, to live with “Slutty” Aunt Pippa.Additional Pop Culture References such as:Chicago Bears - Schmidt said the only thing Nick likes to talk about is the Chicago (Brown) Bears. The Chicago Bears are a professional American football team based in Chicago in the National Football League (NFL). The Bears have won nine NFL Championships, including one Super Bowl, and have also recorded more victories than any other NFL franchise. The Chicago Bears were also mentioned in S2E11 (Santa) and S2E14 (Pepperwood).Papa Smurf - When Jess was trying to turn Nick on she dressed like Papa Smurf. We went into depth on The Smurfs in S2E12 (Cabin).On this episode's Most Likely To, we discuss who would be more likely to not realize they were on a date, be afraid to talk about their feelings, feel very strongly about the cello, and use an ex's heartfelt apology letter to throw away gum in. We also cover our favorite Schmidt lines this episode as opposed to a true “Schmidtism”. For our “Not in the 2020s” we spoke about the fat shaming that came from Schmidt and Jess in this episode but our “Yes in the 2020s” include Nick expressing his feelings and Jess's support about Nick soundproofing the room without knowing what it was. We also give a quick look into Riki Lindhome, the Guest Star we featured in this episode.Also in this episode were the following guest stars who we do not discuss in the podcast: Justin Uretz (Pet Store Owner) and Anderson Davis (Guy with Cece).On this episode, we discuss how Lamorne is allergic to cats and we found the bear this episode when Schmidt mentioned the Chicago “Brown” Bears! We also discuss an article about the cat brother Winston started being a cry for help which you can read here.While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Obama - When Schmidt is trying to get into Nick's head, he tells him that he's the “Obama on the ski slopes”. Barack Obama was the 44th President of the United States of America, elected in 2008. He was the President in office at the time of this episode's airing.Groundhog Day - When Nick is struggling to perform, Jess calls it a “Groundhog Day” situation. Groundhog Day is a North American tradition observed in the United States and Canada on February 2 based on a Pennsylvania Dutch superstition that if a groundhog emerges from its burrow on this day and sees its shadow (due to clear weather) - winter will go on for six more weeks; if it does not see its shadow because of cloudiness, spring will arrive early.This episode got a 7/10 rating from Kritika and 8/10 from Kelly and we both had the same favorite character: Nick!Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 5!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/
CONTENT WARNING: gun violence, graphic violence, murder Bridget tells Mollie about the June 1, 2001 mass shooting tragedy at the Narayanhiti Palace, former home of the Royal Family of Nepal. Rate & Review us on Apple Want more? Support us on Patreon!
In this week's Royal news, we talk about... Prince Harry with the Duchess of Sussex visiting The Queen in Windsor The Duke Of Sussex's interview on The Today Show. Listen to hear what we think about the ”I'm making sure she's protected and got the right people around her” quote... Plus the media frenzy being built up around The Duke and Duchess of Sussex ahead of The Platinum Jubilee. In the Round-up, we keep you up-to-date with: The Queen celebrate her 96th birthday The Princess Royal's visit to Australia & Papua New Guinea as part of the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations Prince William talks on the Climate For Change podcast Prince Charles represents Her Majesty for the first time at the Maundy Thursday Easter Service The Cambridges join other members of the family for a service at St George's Chapel in Windsor on Easter Sunday. And, Angela Kelly, The Queen's dresser releases an extra chapter of her book with a first hand account of ‘HMS' bubble during the pandemic
New Guest Expert! On this week's Aftermath, Rebecca speaks with Dr. Rumela Sen about the Nepali Royal Massacre. Dr. Sen lectures at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and is author of the book Farewell to Arms: How Rebels Retire Without Getting Killed. After sharing fascinating new insights into the history of the Royal Family and the power dynamics at play, Fact Checker Chris Smith and Producer Clayton Early stop by to reassess the situation. Will the verdict hold up?! We have merch!Join our Discord!Tell us who you think is to blame at http://thealarmistpodcast.comEmail us at email@example.comFollow us on Instagram @thealarmistpodcastFollow us on Twitter @alarmistThe Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/alarmist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode of Nanodosing, the crew talks everything from 4/20 to Arian mistakenly purchasing expensive tickets twice. Also, a recap/touchup of The Royal Family episode. All of this and some exciting news on the show. Make sure to tune into Macrodosing, every Tuesday at 7am EST.
Hoda Kotb's one-on-one with Prince Harry – all about the Invictus Games, his visit with Queen Elizabeth and new “home” in the U.S. Plus, Amy Poehler and Natasha Lyonne are here to talk Netflix's hit show “Russian Doll,” back for season two.
Prince Andrew sat back and watched as the whole entirety of the royal family was glowing with fallout from his relationship with Epstein. Even though the negative attention was draining his 95 year old mother, Prince Andrew still refused to cooperate with the investigation. In this look back episode, we see his selfish behavior once again as he worries about himself at the expense of everyone else. (commercial at 18:02)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.thedailybeast.com/prince-andrew-does-nothing-to-help-the-jeffrey-epstein-investigation-meanwhile-the-royal-family-burns
Prince Andrew sat back and watched as the whole entirety of the royal family was glowing with fallout from his relationship with Epstein. Even though the negative attention was draining his 95 year old mother, Prince Andrew still refused to cooperate with the investigation. In this look back episode, we see his selfish behavior once again as he worries about himself at the expense of everyone else. (commercial at 18:01)to contact me:email@example.com:https://www.thedailybeast.com/prince-andrew-does-nothing-to-help-the-jeffrey-epstein-investigation-meanwhile-the-royal-family-burns
Attwood Unleashed is a weekly thought-provoking multi-hour broadcast with an eclectic range of guests co-hosted by Andrew Gold. Order of guests: Savile, Occultism & Organised Child Abuse: Jasun Horsley Child Abuse Survivor Pimped By Rapist Father to Gangs & Porn: Gloria Masters Cyber Warfare & Ukraine-Russia Conflict: Jacob Helberg Elon Musk, Twitter & Big Tech NWO: Charlie Robinson Savile, Royal Family & Boris Johnson: Norman Baker
On today's episode of Macrodosing, the crew minus Arian is back to talk everything The Royal Family. Also, PFT attempts to squash the Big T and Billy beef that has been building up. You don't want to miss a second of it. All of this and much more on the show. Enjoy!
The Royal Family's Easter celebration. PEOPLE's Jason Sheeler breaks down his exclusive interview with Dirty Dancing's Jennifer Grey and how a deadly accident with a famous ex still haunts her to this day. The biggest performances from Coachella's first weekend. With COVID cases on the rise in some parts of the world, Vanderbilt's Dr. William Schaffner shares what we know about the new variant, new testing methods, and when vaccines will be ready for small children. For these stories and more, head to PEOPLE.com. Follow on Instagram: Janine Rubenstein - @janinerube Jason Sheeler - @jasonsheeler Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Missiles strike Lviv – Matt Bradley is in Ukraine with the latest on the war. Plus, police are on alert after a violent Easter weekend including separate mass shooting incidents. And, the latest on mask mandates as some states across the country grapple with a rise in Covid cases – this, as the Boston Marathon kicks off with new precautions. Also, Queen Elizabeth was absent from the royal family's Easter church service – this, as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle cheer on teams at the Invictus Games.
In our Easter Special Compilation, James, Anna, Andrew and Dan send lawbreaking emails, potentially libel the Royal Family, get a warm welcome in Dublin and are hounded out of Newcastle. Visit nosuchthingasafish.com for news about live shows, merchandise and more episodes.
Subscribe to PTW, AIPT's official wrestling podcast:Subscribe on Apple PodcastsSubscribe on Google PlaySubscribe on SpotifySubscribe via RSSSupport us on Patreon for just $2 a month and join our exclusive Discord!Buy the PTW "Wardlow's World" shirt on the AIPT Store!After a week off, we're back to talk about WrestleMania 38, Cody Rhodes, AEW editing Sammy Guevara's reaction in Boston on Rampage, Cody Rhodes, the WWE landscape post-Mania, Cody Rhodes, and whether or not wrestling has more than one royal family.You can find PTW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. As always, if you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave us a positive rating, subscribe to the show, and tell your friends!If you'd like more wrestling news, opinions and hot takes, follow us on Twitter for up-to-the-minute news and opinions.
Surprise, it's a bonus episode! We are bringing you the best of last week's Get On Up! W/ James and Renee (Can I pet Your dog) the new live daily morning show. We chat about The Royal Family and their ill timed tour of Jamaica, the Bahamas, and Belize, it did not go as planned as they were met with protests and backlash. People have had it with their colonizers! Childhood stars Selena Gomez and Raven Simone still have a good head on their shoulders from being off social media for so long. Does this mean we'd all be better without it? Are we all addicted? Then it's time to play This or That as James takes us through a multiverse journey and what would we do if your significant other's parents meddled in your relationship? And we play a game where you decide if Jared Leto, and Alexander Sarsguard, in their latest scenarios are wildin' or workin' it! Lastly, it's JAM You Lyin! A true false game to test how well you know the Avengers. REFERENCE LINKS: The Royals:https://www.newsweek.com/prince-william-kate-middleton-tour-crisis-raises-stakes-royal-caribbean-visit-edward-sophie-1694982https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1591876/kate-middleton-prince-william-caribbean-royal-tour-feeling-remorse-vn Minority Korner on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur
It's a York family special this week: We run through Prince Andrew's arrival with the Queen at Prince Philip's memorial service, yet another financial scandal (this time involving Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie) and Fergie's Instagram posts reminding us of her ex-husband's glory days as a Falklands War hero. Plus, a Netflix documentary highlights how Prince Charles sought advice from disgraced media personality Jimmy Savile, and we preview the Wessexes' upcoming Caribbean tour.Support us on Ko-Fi: ko-fi.com/heirheadsShop our merch: linktr.ee/heirheads