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This Day in History Class
King Charles I is brought to trial in Westminster Hall - January 20th, 1649

This Day in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 9:34


On this day in 1649, following his defeat by Parliament in the English Civil Wars, King Charles I was put on trial for tyranny and treason.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

London Walks
London History Bulletin – January 20

London Walks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 8:01


Redfield Arts Audio
THE MIDNIGHT MATINEE Poe's "The Cask Of Amontillado" - John Astin and Mark Redfield (Ep 23-2)

Redfield Arts Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 30:00


THE MIDNIGHT MATINEE Poe's "The Cask Of Amontillado" - John Astin and Mark Redfield (Ep 23-2) Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! Visit our website at http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com Recorded before a live audience at Westminster Hall in Baltimore (where Edgar Allan Poe is buried!), THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO stars John Astin as "Montresor" and Mark Redfield as "Fortunato". The play was adapted from Poe's short story and directed by Tony Tsendeas. Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado" was published in November 1846, in Godey's Lady's Book. This performance of Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado" was recorded before a live audience on June 22nd, 2013 at Westminster Hall Burial Grounds, in Baltimore, Maryland, where Edgar Allan Poe is buried. (27:35 minutes) Cast & Crew "Montresor" is played by John Astin "Fortunato" is played by Mark Redfield Announcer: Mary Anne Perry Adapted and Directed by Tony Tsendeas Sound Design is by David Crandall. Recording Engineer/Technical Director is Bill Dickson of Drat Productions. THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO is a new adaptation, written and directed by Tony Tsendeas especially for Poe Forevermore Radio Theater. "The Cask of Amontillado" is a short story by Edgar Allan Poe, first published in the November 1846 issue of Godey's Lady's Book.

Keeping Up With The Windsors
'Tis The Season To Be Royal | Catherine's Royal Christmas Carol Service | Royal Christmas Cards | King Charles First Christmas Speech | Episode 96

Keeping Up With The Windsors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 32:12


The biggest Merry Christmas and a Happy Holidays to you and yours, Royal Community  We are so excited to be discussing the Christmas engagements on the run-up to Christmas. We will be talking about:  Royal Carols: Together At Christmas at Westminster Abbey The release of the Royal Christmas cards for 2022  We talk predictions for The Kings Christmas Speech The King gets his dancing shoes on for Chanukah celebrations at JW3 Community Centre Queen Elizabeth is remembered at Westminster Hall  King Charles III and Queen Consort take a visit to London Community Kitchen  Princess Alexandra takes a visit to  St. Christopher's Hospice  The Princess Royal is named the hardest working Royal of 2022!

KentOnline
Podcast: Kent hospitals 'like a war zone' as patients sleep in corridors and on floors

KentOnline

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 25:15


It's been revealed someone walked into an accident and emergency department in Kent every 23 seconds in November. The number of people waiting more than 12 hours to be admitted to a ward has also risen. In the three months from September, it was more than 4,000 patients - compared to just over 500 during the same period last year. It comes as the government's urging us not to take unnecessary risks today, as thousands of ambulance staff go out on strike. Paramedics and call handlers here in Kent are among those walking out in a dispute over pay and working conditions. The army's been drafted in to help out as NHS leaders warn they cannot guarantee the safety of patients. We spoke to Murray Robinson from the GMB union - who was out on the picket line at Medway Ambulance Station. Our other top stories, and investigations are underway following the death of a man in Sittingbourne. The victim was found with stab wounds at a property off College Road in the early hours of this morning. The future of one of Medway's oldest pubs is uncertain after the landlord announced he was calling time on New Year's Eve. John Brice has run The King George 5th in Brompton for the past 20 years - he's been telling us why he's decided to shut. The MP for Dartford's described an expansion of London's Ultra Low Emission Zone to the border of Kent as 'the most unfair, undemocratic form of taxation this country has ever seen'. From next August, motorists using older vehicles will have to pay a charge to drive into all 33 of the capital's boroughs. It's part of efforts to cut air pollution. But during a debate in Westminster Hall, Gareth Johnson said it would be financially damaging for residents and the economy, and accused Mayor Sadiq Khan of just trying to make money. And, in football, Gillingham have been knocked out of the Carabao Cup after losing 2-0 to Premier League side Wolves in the fourth round. Gills manager Neil Harris spoke to us after the match.  

British History: Royals, Rebels, and Romantics
Remember the Road to the 5th of November: Encore episode (ep 134)

British History: Royals, Rebels, and Romantics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 47:15


Special encore episode featuring Dr. John Cooper.The Gunpowder Plot changed history. Just not in the way the plotters imagined.Show NotesHost: Carol Ann LloydGuest: Dr. John Cooper@tudorgentlemanProject at Westminster: virtualstephens.org.ukThe Queen's Agent: Sir Francis Walsingham and the Rise of Espionage in Elizabethan England (Pegasus Books)Creative Director: Lindsey LindstromMusic: Historical Documentary licensed through Audio Jungle/Envato MarketsSummaryThe Gunpowder Plot was a turning point in history. Dr. John Cooper joins us to explore the connections to Elizabeth I's reign, introduce us to Guy Fawkes and the other plotters, and imagine what the world would be like if the plotters had succeeded.

The UMB Pulse Podcast
Visiting the Catacombs and Edgar Allan Poe's Grave in Baltimore

The UMB Pulse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 21:03 Transcription Available


You might know that Edgar Allan Poe is buried in Baltimore, but do you know the story behind the burial ground of his final resting place? And did you know there are catacombs in Baltimore? It's a perfect historic Halloween haunt! The Westminster Hall and Burying Ground is under the care of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, and October is a popular time of year for the venue, featuring public tours of the historic hall, cemetery and the catacombs. Learn how you can visit and tour this landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. Jessica Williams, associate director, Event Services & Westminster Preservation Trust, Inc. and Heather McKlveen, administrative assistant, take us inside and underneath Westminster Hall.Once you're done at Westminster Hall, stop over at our other October Bonus Episode on the new Lexington Market.Halloween is just around the corner and we have some tricks and treats in store for The UMB Pulse. Listen now to learn when you can grab a bite at the new Lexington Market. Once you've had your fill, tour the catacombs and Edgar Allan Poe's grave site at Westminster Hall and Burying Ground.Listen to The UMB Pulse on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon, and wherever you like to listen. The UMB Pulse is also now on YouTube.Visit our website at umaryland.edu/pulse or email us at umbpulse@umaryland.edu.

The UMB Pulse Podcast
The New Lexington Market & Baltimore's Biggest Stoop

The UMB Pulse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 19:42 Transcription Available


When will you be able to grab a bite to eat in the new Lexington Market? What surprises will you find as you walk through the brightly lit new building? From highly crafted merchant stalls to Baltimore's Biggest Stoop,  Baltimore Public Markets Corp. President and CEO Paul Ruppert and Director of Marketing, Cherrie Woods, dish on all of the latest of Baltimore's flagship public food hall and market ... including how the University of Maryland, Baltimore helped entrepreneurs launch their business at the new location.Make sure to check out our other October Bonus Episode: "Visiting the Catacombs and Edgar Allan Poe's Grave in Baltimore." Halloween is just around the corner and we have some tricks and treats in store for The UMB Pulse. Listen now to learn when you can grab a bite at the new Lexington Market. Once you've had your fill, tour the catacombs and Edgar Allan Poe's grave site at Westminster Hall and Burying Ground.Listen to The UMB Pulse on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon, and wherever you like to listen. The UMB Pulse is also now on YouTube.Visit our website at umaryland.edu/pulse or email us at umbpulse@umaryland.edu.

London Walks
Today (October 16) in London History – Parliament burns down

London Walks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 12:30


London Walks
Today (October 9) in London History – Payback time for the regicides

London Walks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 14:54


Best of Today
The Queue

Best of Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 6:29


Over the last few days, tens of thousands have lined up to pay their respects to the Queen in Westminster Hall. Frank Coterell Boyce, screenwriter and novelist, wrote the now legendary Paddington sketch for the Platinum Jubilee, and the James Bond scene from the Olympics opening ceremony, both featuring performances by the Queen. We asked him to reflect on the last few days and what it tells us about ourselves. (IMAGE CREDIT: Danny/PA Wire)

NBC Nightly News
Sunday, September 18, 2022

NBC Nightly News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 10:40


On tonight's broadcast: A moment of silence for the queen; Can scientists bring a natural wonder back to life?; The last of the queue at Westminster Hall; and more.

C dans l'air
LES ADIEUX À LA REINE, LES DÉFIS D'UN ROI... – 19/09/22

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 65:00


EXPERTS CHRISTOPHE BARBIER Éditorialiste politique Conseiller de la rédaction - « Franc-Tireur » ISABELLE RIVÈRE Journaliste et spécialiste de l'histoire des familles royales Auteure de « Elizabeth II, dans l'intimité d'un règne » MARION VAN RENTERGHEM Grand reporter - « L'Express » PHILIP TURLE Journaliste britannique Chroniqueur international - « France 24 » La journée a été répétée et rectifiée pendant près de vingt ans pour que rien ne soit laissé au hasard. Diffusées dans le monde entier comme son couronnement en 1953, les funérailles de la reine Elizabeth II, décédée jeudi 8 septembre, se sont déroulées durant toute la journée de ce lundi en suivant un programme imaginé par la souveraine elle-même et calibré au millimètre. Sous les yeux de milliards de téléspectateurs, le cercueil de la reine a été conduit de Westminster Hall à l'abbaye éponyme où les obsèques ont débuté à 11 heures (midi en France). A l'intérieur, les Windsor au grand complet, des familles royales européennes et des chefs d'État, dignitaires et ambassadeurs. 2000 invités parmi lesquels se trouvaient la leader écossaise Nicola Sturgeon et des anciens Premiers ministres Boris Johnson, David Cameron, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown et Theresa May. Etaient également présents les leaders du Commonwealth mais aussi Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron, le vice-président chinois Wang Qishan, la présidente de la Commission européenne, Ursula von der Leyen, le président turc Recep Tayyip Erdoğan ou le président brésilien, Jair Bolsonaro. Mais il y avait également un grand absent : Vladimir Poutine et les autorités russes qui n'ont pas été invités à Londres, invasion de l'Ukraine oblige. Moscou a dénoncé une décision « profondément immorale » et même « blasphématoire ». A l'extérieur, un million de personnes étaient attendues pour suivre ces obsèques conçues pour rester dans l'histoire. Sur des kilomètres, le public s'était massé, certains depuis 48 heures pour suivre la procession funéraire jusqu'à la chapelle Saint-Georges du domaine de Windsor, là où ont eu lieu les funérailles du prince Philip. Un pays entier à l'arrêt pour faire ses adieux à la dernière reine planétaire, au règne unique par sa durée, et qui ne voulait rien manquer de cette nouvelle page de l'histoire royale britannique va se poursuivre désormais avec Charles III. Un monarque qui s'est de longue date montré sensible à la cause environnementale mais dont la popularité reste à la traîne comparée à celle de sa défunte mère, mais aussi de son dauphin, William, prince de Galles. DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard, Benoît Lemoine PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/

Midday
The Queen's final rest: recapping the royal funeral at Windsor Castle

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 12:38


Queen Elizabeth II, who died September 8 at the age of 96, was honored in a state funeral Monday morning in London, attended by leaders from around the globe. Hundreds of thousands lined the streets; millions more viewed the somber ceremonies on television, as the Queen's regally bedecked casket was driven from Buckingham Palace's Westminster Hall to its final resting place at the royal family's 900 year-old Windsor Castle. Later Monday, in a private ceremony, she was interred in the Royal Vault in Windsor's St. George's Chapel, beside her husband Prince Phillip, who died last year, NPR's London Correspondent Frank Langfitt has been covering the somber events and he joins us on our digital line from London.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Fourcast
The Elizabeth line: what it's like to queue for the Queen

The Fourcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 16:40


For the past few days, young and old, Britons and beyond, David Beckham too, have descended on London to join what must be the world's longest queue. The line to file past Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second's body as she lies in state at Westminster Hall. At one point, the queue reached capacity, it was five miles long and the wait was 14 hours and so for several hours no one could join the queue. So they formed a queue for the queue. When queuing resumed, the wait was even longer, 24 hours.  This feels novel and baffling, but it is incredibly British. In today's episode, Kiran braves the long queue himself and tells us what it's like to stand in the longest queue in the world. Producer: Freya Pickford

Global News Podcast
Queen Elizabeth's eight grandchildren hold vigil around her coffin

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 31:55


Princes William and Harry and their cousins stood guard at the Queen's lying-in-state at Westminster Hall in London. Also: Iran headscarf protest at arrested woman's funeral, and could listening to music help to reduce comfort eating?

The Documentary Podcast

The Queen is lying in state in Westminster Hall in the UK Parliament. Tens of thousands of people have been queuing to pay their final respects. The line has stretched several kilometres along the River Thames. We talk to some of the mourners who have been waiting overnight, sometimes in the rain, to have the opportunity to view the late monarch's coffin. We hear from three people who have met the Queen during her 70 years on the throne.

Global News Podcast
Mass exhumations at Ukraine forest graves site

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 29:03


Western leaders have condemned Russia after the discovery of hundreds of bodies near Izyum in north-eastern Ukraine. Also: Putin says Ukraine counter-offensive won't change Russia's plans, and King Charles III leads a silent vigil as Queen Elizabeth's coffin lies in state in Westminster Hall in London.

Anderson Cooper 360
White House: Governors sending migrants to Martha's Vineyard and DC is “cruel stint”

Anderson Cooper 360

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 41:00


Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis admitted to sending two planes carrying migrants to Martha's Vineyard while Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said his state intentionally sent two buses of migrants to the Vice President's home in Washington, DC. The White House called the acts a “cruel, premeditated political stunt.” It's the latest in a series of moves by Republicans governors to send migrants to liberal areas of the country to protest the lack of southern border security. Former Congressman Charlie Crist is the Democratic candidate for governor in Florida, running against DeSantis. He previously ran the state as a Republican governor. He joins AC360 to react to what is happening to these migrants. Plus, CNN Anchor and Correspondent Richard Quest was able to pay his respects to Queen Elizabeth in Westminster Hall where her body is lying in state until her funeral Monday. The line to see the late monarch's body stretches nearly five miles along the south bank of the River Thames. He tells AC360 about his experience saying goodbye to Her Majesty.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

PBS NewsHour - World
News Wrap: Biden meets with families of Americans jailed in Russia

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 3:40


In our news wrap Friday, President Biden met with relatives of Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan, two Americans jailed in Russia. In Pakistan, officials say floodwaters are now rapidly receding in the hard-hit Sindh province. Plus, the line in London to view Queen Elizabeth's coffin grew so long that the government warned it could take 24 hours to get into Westminster Hall. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
News Wrap: Biden meets with families of Americans jailed in Russia

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 3:40


In our news wrap Friday, President Biden met with relatives of Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan, two Americans jailed in Russia. In Pakistan, officials say floodwaters are now rapidly receding in the hard-hit Sindh province. Plus, the line in London to view Queen Elizabeth's coffin grew so long that the government warned it could take 24 hours to get into Westminster Hall. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Gone By Lunchtime
Charles III, king of Aotearoa

Gone By Lunchtime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 36:53


On their 18th hour queuing outside Westminster Hall, Toby Manhire, Annabelle Lee-Mather and Ben Thomas pause to discuss the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the accession of KC3 and what it means for Aotearoa and the national appetite for going republic. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Chopper's Politics
Elizabeth the Good

Chopper's Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 43:54


Just like Westminster Hall which, this week especially, encompasses politics, history and the monarchy, so too does this episode of Chopper's Politics.Historian Andrew Roberts joins Christopher Hope to talk about potential pitfalls facing Charles III, what the new monarch can learn from history, and why he's in favour of 'Elizabeth the Good' as a moniker for Queen Elizabeth II.The Telegraph's own Charles Moore on how be thinks we're seeing the British constitution working before our eyes, and if the Royal Yacht Elizabeth could be a fitting tribute.Plus Telegraph columnist Simon Heffer on the late monarch's audiences with their Prime Minister, and if you can trust Netflix's The Crown to tell you who the late Queen got on with best (clue: Simon thinks not...).Charles III is showing how well the baton passes, by Charles Moore|How Queen Elizabeth proved a trusted confidante to all her prime ministers, by Simon Heffer|For 30 days' free access to The Telegraph: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/chopper|Sign up to the Chopper's Politics newsletter: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politicsnewsletter|Listen to Ukraine: the latest: https://podfollow.com/ukraine|Email: chopperspolitics@telegraph.co.uk |See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

TODAY
TODAY 3rd Hour: Queen Elizabeth II lies in state. Consumer Confidential: Home buying vs. renting. Food For Thought: Largest night market in the U.S. Generation Next: Founder of “Earth Rides.”

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 32:12


Remembering Queen Elizabeth—new details about the Queen's funeral on Monday-- as she lies in state inside Westminster Hall. Also, Consumer Confidential— whether renting, buying in a difficult market—real estate broker Stefani Berkin has more details. Plus, Food For Thought—the story of the largest night market-- “626 Night Market” a melting pot of Asian food and culture. And, Raven Hernandez talks about how she became the founder of the first all-electric company in the nation.

Farage: The Podcast
Episode 212: First mourners pay respects as Queen Elizabeth lies in state

Farage: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 59:45


Nigel Farage continues GB News' coverage as the late Queen Elizabeth II reaches Westminster Hall and mourners pay their respects as she lies in state. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Anderson Cooper 360
Queen Elizabeth lies in state at Westminster Hall

Anderson Cooper 360

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 80:48


Queen Elizabeth II is now lying in state at Westminster Hall after her coffin made the journey from Buckingham Palace with a procession that included King Charles II, his siblings Andrew, Edward and Anne and his sons, Prince William and Harry. Members of the public can view Her Majesty until her funeral Monday. Robert Hardman is a columnist for the Daily Mail and the author of “Queen of Our Times: The Life of Queen Elizabeth II.” He tells Anderson Cooper he thinks it was very important to see Prince William and Harry walking side by side to honor their grandmother. Plus, CNN Royal Historian Kate Williams joins AC360 to look at the relationship between the brothers through the years.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's PDA at Queen's procession garners mixed reactions. Wendy Williams enters rehab following months of disturbing behavior as publicist asks fans for ‘prayers.' Britney Spears bursts into tears in dance video: ‘Not a break

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 19:46


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision to hold hands while leaving Westminster Hall on Wednesday has divided royal fans. Wendy Williams checked into a "wellness facility" to help "manage her overall health issues.” Britney Spears burst into tears while dancing in a video posted to her Instagram just before she uploaded photos celebrating her estranged son's birthday. Rob is joined by the charming Marc Lupo to discuss the latest dish. Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kate, Tim & Marty
Can Ricki-Lee Guess The Top 10 Madonna Songs Of All Time?

Kate, Tim & Marty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 57:57


We kick off the show with a discussion about what we'll miss most when we pass and somehow it led to Joel educating Tim and Ricki-Lee about the McDonald's Birdie. Then we move onto ‘Inconvenient faints' after one of the Queen's guards fainted in Westminster Hall, where Her Majesty is lying in state. Tim shares an interesting fact about Mr. Bean, plus, did the stripper get you in strife?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Global News Podcast
'We will come' Zelensky warns Russians

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 31:21


President Volodymyr Zelensky vows to liberate more Ukrainian territory, and says plans are in place. Also, queues of mourners have stretched more than four kilometres as thousands pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth who is lying in state in Westminster Hall, and - could Ecuador be disqualified from the upcoming World Cup in Qatar?

Trumpet Daily Radio Show
#1859: Republican Governors Bring Border Crisis to Kamala’s Front Door

Trumpet Daily Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 54:26


00:30] Republican Governors Won't Let Democrats Ignore Illegal Immigration (23 minutes) Kamala Harris has refused to admit there is a border crisis, so Texas Governor Greg Abbott brought the crisis to her doorstep, sending two buses of migrants to Harris's neighborhood in Washington, D.C. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is sending migrants to Martha's Vineyard, where Barack Obama has a home. Democrats are criticizing Republicans for transporting migrants to these areas, ignoring the fact that Joe Biden's administration has been quietly doing the same thing for months. [23:45] Why the FBI Made Danchenko a Paid Informant (9 minutes) In an article for the Epoch Times, Hans Mahncke explained the reason why the FBI paid Igor Danchenko, the Russian agent who was the primary “source” for the fabricated Steele dossier. By making him a confidential human source, the FBI could hide his involvement from the FISA court and from congressional oversight. [32:15] Queen's Coffin Moved Into Westminster Hall (8 minutes) The procession of the Queen's coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall was a majestic display of patriotism, royal pageantry and national spirit. This procession and funeral is probably the last time we will see these imperial traditions and spirit displayed in Britain. [40:15] Does God Guide You? (15 minutes) God directly guides and leads His sons by the Holy Spirit. We must walk in the Spirit as we battle daily to put away the works of the flesh and develop the fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:14-25). To be led by the Spirit, we must make the most of our daily hour of prayer.

TODAY
TODAY 8a: William and Harry to walk in procession. Fighting rising inflation. Legendary TV writer shares his story. Allure's best beauty products. Catching up with “The Voice” coaches.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 38:08


Remembering Queen Elizabeth— Prince William and Prince Harry will reunite in procession behind the Queen's coffin to Westminster Hall. Also, Consumer Confidential—a close look at the impact of inflation on our daily lives. Plus, legendary TV writer David Milch talks about his career, battles with mental heath and his new memoir “Life's Work.” Also, Today Style— Jessica Cruel reveals the newest and most popular allure beauty products. And, Hoda Kotb sits with The Voice coaches as new season rolls out.

Coffee House Shots
What will happen while the Queen lies in state?

Coffee House Shots

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 11:43


The Queen's coffin has been taken from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall. The first mourners will pay their respects for the next four days before the funeral on Monday. Also on the podcast, James Forsyth and Fraser Nelson discuss the latest news in the Ukraine conflict. 

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

FOX News Radio Newscast
Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Arrives at Westminster Hall for Four Days of Public Viewing

FOX News Radio Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 5:13


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Was jetzt?
Update: Warum der Gaspreis plötzlich fällt

Was jetzt?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 9:49


Seit einigen Wochen sinken die Großhandelspreise für Gas deutlich und liegen heute bereits etwa 40 Prozent unter dem Höchstpreis, der vor knapp drei Wochen erreicht wurde – und das obwohl aktuell kein Gas durch Nordstream 1 fließt. Wie kann das sein? Und werden Verbraucherinnen und Verbraucher von der Entwicklung profitieren? Diese Fragen beantwortet Jan Guldner, Wirtschaftsredakteur bei ZEIT ONLINE. Außerdem in der Nachmittagsausgabe des Was Jetzt?-Podcasts: EU-Kommissionspräsidentin Ursula von der Leyen hat in ihrer Rede zur Lage der Europäischen Union der Ukraine weitere Unterstützung zugesagt. Zur Entlastung der europäischen Verbraucherinnen und Verbraucher hat die Kommissionschefin außerdem vorgeschlagen, übermäßige Gewinne von Energiefirmen abzuschöpfen und umzuverteilen. Der Sarg von Queen Elizabeth II ist in London eingetroffen und wird in einer Prozession vom Buckingham Palace zur Westminster Hall gebracht. Um 14.22 Uhr Ortszeit hat sich der Trauerzug in Bewegung gesetzt. Hunderttausende Menschen nehmen an der Prozession teil. Was noch? Die Bewegung macht's: Wie schreiende Babys am besten beruhigt werden können Moderation und Produktion: Jannis Carmesin Redaktion: Moses Fendel Mitarbeit: Marc Fehrmann Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter wasjetzt@zeit.de Weitere Links zur Folge: Energiepolitik: Ausstieg aus der russischen Energie (https://www.zeit.de/thema/energiepolitik) Energiemonitor: Die wichtigsten Daten zur Energieversorgung – täglich aktualisiert (https://www.zeit.de/wirtschaft/energiemonitor-deutschland-gaspreis-spritpreis-energieversorgung) EU-Kommissionspräsidentin: "Millionen Europäer brauchen Hilfen" (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2022-09/von-der-leyen-schlaegt-uebergewinnabgaben-bei-stromerzeugern-vor) Queen Elizabeth II: Die Woche, in der wir Abschied nehmen (https://www.zeit.de/2022/38/queen-elizabeth-ii-charles-iii-grossbritannien-abschied-monarchie) Queen Elizabeth II: Zum Abschied eine Prozession (https://www.zeit.de/gesellschaft/2022-09/queen-elizabeth-ii-sarg-prozession-london-fs) Was noch? Wie schreiende Babys am besten beruhigt werden. (https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2022/sep/13/scientists-find-out-the-best-way-to-soothe-a-crying-baby)

NBC Nightly News
NBC News Special Report: Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Arrives at Westminster Hall

NBC Nightly News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 73:04


Lester Holt and Savannah Guthrie anchor an NBC News Special Report as Queen Elizabeth II's coffin leaves Buckingham Palace, with the royal family in procession behind it, and arrives at Westminster Hall.

The TMZ Podcast
PnB Rock's Murder: How Cops Are Attacking The Case

The TMZ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 25:45


Prince William and Harry walked behind their grandmother's casket during a ceremony steeped in pageantry as the procession went from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall where her body will lie in State for 4 days. Gisele told ELLE in a recent interview that she was worried about the violence of football. She said she also wanted Brady to "be more present" around the house and their kids. Detectives from the LAPD are working around the clock to track down PnB Rock's killer, even alerting local pawn shops to keep an eye out for the jewelry stolen off the rapper's neck. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Born to Rule: When Charles is King
NBC News Special Report: Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Arrives at Westminster Hall

Born to Rule: When Charles is King

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 73:04


Lester Holt and Savannah Guthrie anchor an NBC News Special Report as Queen Elizabeth II's coffin leaves Buckingham Palace, with the royal family in procession behind it, and arrives at Westminster Hall.

The Chad Benson Show
Dow tumbles 1,200 points for worst day since June 2020 after hot inflation report

The Chad Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 124:24


Dow tumbles 1,200 points for worst day since June 2020 after hot inflation report. Possible railroad strike could again cause supply chain issues. Woke Wednesday. Having to self-censor. Queen Elizabeth's coffin moved to Westminster Hall.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

TODAY
TODAY 3rd Hour: Solemn procession for Queen Elizabeth II. “Dr. Ochoa's stellar world: we are all scientists.” Zazie Beetz live on Today. Today Food: Sam Sifton makes Pasta Amatriciana.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 35:18


Queen Elizabeth's coffin leaves Buckingham Palace for the last time—making a solemn trip to Westminster Hall. Also, Craig Melvin, Al Roker, and Sheinelle Jones sit with Dr. Ochoa to talk about her journey and her new children's book “We are all Scientists.” Plus, catching up with Zazie Beetz and her new roles in the hit show “Atlanta.” Plus, Today Food—an inspired pasta recipe by chef—Sam Sifton.

Brexitcast
Queueing for the Queen

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 31:24


Adam joins the thousands lining up to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, as she lies in state in Westminster Hall. The BBC's Lyse Doucet, Rajini Vaidyanathan and Anne Soy discuss the international reaction to the Queen's death and the future of the Commonwealth. And Katya explains the EU's plans for a huge energy windfall tax. Today's Newscast was made by Tim Walklate with Miranda Slade, Cordelia Hemming and Khadra Salad. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Louisa Lewis.

Deadline: White House
“The dog caught the car and got inside and got into an accident”

Deadline: White House

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 89:33


Nicolle Wallace discusses the January 6th Select Committee weighing next steps in its investigation. Plus, the FBI takes the cellphone of the My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell, more MAGA Republicans win their primaries, Ukraine's President Zelenskyy makes a visit to a town recently reclaimed by Ukrainian forces, and Queen Elizabeth's coffin is brought to Westminster Hall. Joined by: Betsy Woodruff Swan, Rick Stengel, Harry Litman, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Vaughn Hillyard, Cornell Belcher, Matthew Dowd, Amanda Carpenter, Eddie Glaude, and Col. Yevgeny Vindman

Dan Snow's History Hit
Queen Victoria's Funeral

Dan Snow's History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 25:48


The Queen's body has been taken to Westminster Hall in London, where she will lie in state for the public to visit and pay their respects. Over the past week since her death, we've seen a number of ceremonies and protocols enacted across the country to mark the end of her reign and life. These arrangements and the funeral we can expect to see on Monday follows a precedent set by Queen Victoria upon her death in January 1901. Before Queen Victoria, royal funerals had been quiet, private affairs held at night but Victoria left very clear instructions that she wanted a full military and state funeral, to be dressed in white with white ponies and a gun carriage.Journalist and author of the acclaimed 'Victoria and Abdul,' Shrabani Basu joins Dan to talk through the last days of Queen Victoria's life, the unprecedented pageantry of her funeral, what happened to those who were there in her last moments and the parallels between these long-reigning monarchs.This episode was produced by Mariana Des Forges, the audio editor was Dougal Patmore.If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe to History Hit today!To download the History Hit app please go to the Android or Apple store. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Sky News - Paul Murray Live
Paul Murray Live, Wednesday 14 September

Sky News - Paul Murray Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 97:58


Join Paul Murray as the Queen leaves Buckingham Palace for the final time before she will lie in state at Westminster Hall.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24
Korea 24 - 2022.09.13

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022


Korea24 – 2022.09.13 (Tuesday) News Briefing: The Korean Netflix series "Squid Game" made history by becoming the first non-English series to win two major Emmy Awards, going to lead actor Lee Jung-jae and director Hwang Dong-hyuk. (Eunice Kim) In-Depth News Analysis: On Thursday, North Korea passed a new law declaring itself a nuclear weapons state. The law also enshrines the right to use preemptive nuclear strikes to protect itself. This comes despite the Yoon administration’s promise of a “bold initiative” in return for denuclearization. To get some expert analysis on what this new law means for the peace process on the Korean Peninsula, we have joining us on the line Professor Robert Kelly from Pusan National University. Korea Trending with Jenny Suh: 1. 750,000 people are expected to visit Westminster Hall from Wednesday to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth II, who died last Thursday. (여왕 관 일반에 처음 공개…“75만 운집, 비상계획 수립”) 2. A DP lawmaker has submitted a bill to ban out-of-hours work messages and calls, in order to promote a better work-life balance. (퇴근 후 업무카톡 금지법 발의) 3. Football Head Coach Paulo Bento has announced the men’s national team roster for friendly matches against Costa Rica and Cameroon later this month. (벤투 감독 9월 A매치 명단 발표, 이강인 합류) Touch Base In Seoul: In April, the Korean Basketball League (KBL) expanded its "Asian Player Quota" system to include players from the Philippines. Among the first players signed was Filbasket MVP Justin Gutang, who joined the Changwon LG Sakers. He joins us via video to tell us about his story, his goals for the upcoming season and what we can expect from him and his compatriots. Morning Edition Preview with Richard Larkin: - In tomorrow’s Korea Times, Dong Sun-hwa reports on the first “KCON” event to be held in Saudi Arabia from September 30 to October 1. - Tomorrow’s Korea Herald features Kim Hae-yeon’s preview of the Royal Culture Festival, which will kick off on October 1 at four royal palaces in Seoul.

Front Row
Richard Eyre's The Snail House; Sylvia Anderson and women in TV; the late Jean-Luc Godard

Front Row

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 42:19


Sir Richard Eyre is one of the UK's most distinguished and celebrated directors - equally at home in theatre, film, and television. At the age of 79, he has just made his debut as a playwright with his new play, The Snail House, which has just opened at Hampstead Theatre. He talks to Samira about his late literary blooming and what needs to happen for theatre audiences to return to their pre-pandemic levels. The name Sylvia Anderson was recently invoked by Dr. Lisa Cameron MP, during a debate on gender equality in the media in Westminster Hall. The late Sylvia Anderson was a pioneer in the male dominated world of television, co-creating Thunderbirds in the 1960s with her then husband Gerry. But her family say her name has often been omitted from credits and merchandise in the years since then. Samira speaks to Sylvia's daughter Dee Anderson and Dame Heather Rabbatts, Chair of Time's Up UK, who are campaigning for her legacy to be restored and to Barbara Broccoli, producer of the James Bond films, who remembers Sylvia as her mentor. The French film director Jean-Luc Godard, who spearheaded the revolutionary French New Wave of cinema, has died at the age of 91. The French President, Emmanuel Macron, has described him as “a national treasure, a man who had the vision of a genius." French film critic Agnes Poirier guides us through Godard's long career, beginning with the classic, À bout de souffle (Breathless), and his influence on directors from Martin Scorsese to Quentin Tarantino. Producer: Kirsty McQuire

Coffee House Shots
King Charles III addresses parliament

Coffee House Shots

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 16:27


This morning, surrounded by the lead, oak and stone of Westminster Hall, King Charles III addressed parliament. Lindsay Hoyle, speaker of the Commons, introduced him, and said that he knew the new King would 'bear those responsibilities which fall to you'. King Charles said that he was resolved to follow his mother's 'selfless duty'.  Katy Balls speaks to Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth about what comes next.  Produced by Max Jeffery.

Newshour
Kyiv re-captures northeastern villages: A turning point in Ukraine?

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 48:34


Over the last 48 hours there have been gains on the Ukrainian side, particularly in the north east. The Ukrainian army says it has taken back another twenty villages. The defence minister Oleksii Reznikov has said the priority now is to secure the territorial gains made in a week of rapid advances in the Kharkiv region. The Russian army abandoned equipment and ammunition as it withdrew from areas it had held since the first weeks of the war. The head of the Russian administration in the Kharkiv region, Vitaly Ganchev, said Ukrainian forces had outnumbered Russian by eight to one and so Russia decided to withdraw. Also on the programme: three days after the death of his mother, her Majesty the Queen, King Charles the III, addresses Members of Parliament and Peers in Westminster Hall; and we hear about the outcome of elections in Sweden, where an anti-immigration party with neo nazi roots has done very well. (Photo: A Ukrainian serviceman pets a dog after return from the village of Udy, recently liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in the town of Zolochiv, Kharkiv region, Ukraine September 12, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich)

C dans l'air
ELIZABETH II : UNE ÉMOTION MONDIALE – 09/09/22

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 63:56


EXPERTS CHRISTOPHE BARBIER Éditorialiste politique Conseiller de la rédaction - « Franc-Tireur » FRANCK FERRAND Directeur de « La Cité de l'Histoire » MARION VAN RENTERGHEM Grand reporter - « L'Express » GEORGINA WRIGHT Directrice du programme Europe - Institut Montaigne ÉRIC ALBERT – En direct de Londres Journaliste - Correspondant à Londres - « Le Monde » Elizabeth II : la fin d'une ère Après 70 ans de règne, Elizabeth II, la reine du Royaume-Uni est morte hier à 96 ans. Depuis l'annonce de son décès les hommages se multiplient dans le pays. Dans la capitale, des milliers de personnes se sont rassemblées devant Buckingham Palace pour rendre hommage à la défunte reine. Le gouvernement britannique est «uni dans son soutien» au nouveau roi Charles III qui a accédé au trône à la suite du décès de sa mère Elizabeth II, a indiqué Downing Street à l'issue d'un Conseil des ministres extraordinaire. Charles III et son épouse Camilla ont atterri à l'aéroport de Northolt, dans l'ouest de Londres. Le roi avait quitté le château de Balmoral en Ecosse en début d'après-midi. Il s'adressera aux Britanniques à 19h heure de Paris lors de sa première allocution télévisée comme souverain, a annoncé Lindsay Hoyle. Ce dernier indique que la séance d'hommages au Parlement serait suspendue "pendant que Sa Majesté le Roi s'adresse à la nation". Le roi sera proclamé demain à 10 heures du matin heure de Londres, au sein du palais St James, a déclaré le palais de Buckingham. Le cercueil d'Elizabeth II sera d'abord été exposé à Holyrod Palace, avant une cérémonie à la Cathédrale St Giles d'Edimbourg et un transfert à Londres en train royal. Il doit arriver à la salle du trône du palais de Buckingham. La dépouille de la reine sera déplacée à Westminster Hall, lieu du Parlement, dans une chapelle ardente ouverte au public, pour trois jours. Au dixième jour après la mort d'Elizabeth II se tiendront ses funérailles à l'abbaye de Westminster. Tout autour de la planète, de nombreux chefs d'Etat et officiels ont réagi à l'annonce de la mort de sa mère Elizabeth II, notamment le président français et le secrétaire général de l'ONU. Le président de la République s'est rendu ce vendredi matin à l'ambassade du Royaume-Uni à Paris. Le président y a signé le registre de condoléances et déposé une rose blanche, symbole du peuple anglais, devant le portrait de la reine. Avec la mort de la souveraine, c'est une page de l'histoire du pays qui se tourne. En 70 ans de règne, elle aura nommé et côtoyé pas moins de 15 Premiers ministres. La dernière, Liz Truss, fut nommé tout juste deux jours avant son décès. Chaque mardi, la reine recevait le chef du gouvernement, qui lui faisait part de ses projets pour le Royaume-Uni et recevait en échange des conseils, que Tony Blair jugeait « extrêmement précieux ». Une très stricte confidentialité entourait ces entretiens. Montée sur le trône à 25 ans, en 1952, après la mort de son père George VI, Elizabeth II a hérité d'un premier ministre historique : Winston Churchill. Pour son départ en 1955, la reine et le prince Philippe dîneront à Downing Street. Une rumeur tenace assure que le premier ministre préféré d'Elizabeth II fut le travailliste Harold Wilson, en poste de 1964 à 1970, puis de 1974 à 1976. La relation entre la reine et Margaret Thatcher aura, elle, fait les gros titres des tabloïds britanniques. La dame de fer gouvernera 11 ans et libéralisera l'économie du royaume, entraînant parfois des tensions avec Elizabeth II. Ses relations auront été beaucoup plus cordiales avec Tony Blair, élu en 1997. Ces dernières années, le Brexit aura entrainé une grande instabilité politique dans le pays et Elizabeth II aura côtoyé tour à tour David Cameron, Theresa May, Boris Johnson et enfin Liz Truss. Elizabeth II était également la cheffe de la famille royale. De son mariage avec Philip Mountbatten seront nés quatre enfants : Charles, Anne, Andrew et Edward. Ils donneront à Elizabeth et à Philip huit petits-enfants. Les tensions et soubresauts au sein de sa famille n'ont pas manqué, des relations avec sa sœur Margaret, à celles entre son fils héritier Charles et Lady Diana ou encore du prince Harry avec Meghan Markle. Avec, toujours, le peuple britannique et le monde pour témoins. DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard, Benoît Lemoine PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/