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LibriVox volunteers bring you 9 recordings of Cana by James Freeman Clarke, from The World's Best Poetry, edited by Bliss Carman. This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 14th, 2010.Trivia: After hearing the song "John Brown's Body", Clarke suggested that Mrs. Julia Ward Howe write new lyrics; the result was "The Battle Hymn of the Republic". He published but few verses, but at heart was a poet. (summary by Wikipedia)
 
The Return of Sherlock Holmes is set three years after the detective fell to his death in the Reichenbach Falls in his final struggle with Moriarty. Or did he? In the first story of the series Holmes explains to Watson what really happened that day, followed by twelve more adventures of the dynamic duo including two of Doyle's own favourite stories: The Dancing Men and The Second Stain. Other notable characters in this book include Black Peter and Charles Augustus Milverton. - Summary by Bet ...
 
Rachel Horman-Brown is a Solicitor and Head of Domestic Violence & Forced Marriage Department at Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors. An advanced Resolution specialist in DV & Forced Marriage, Family Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year 2012, Jordan's Family Law Partner of the Year 2014, Law Society Excellence Awards 2016, media commentator.
 
From a young single woman who puts her love life in the hands of her dry cleaner, to a father who proudly teaches his children how to be cheap, to an American veteran of Afghanistan who imagines how he will one day teach his newborn son to never sign up for a meaningless war, Saved By A Story Podcast is brimming with riveting, sometimes hilarious, often moving and always inspiring ten-minute-or-less stories on a theme. The stories are all recorded live at the Saved By A Story Salon in the in ...
 
Meet the Owner Podcast features hand selected individuals who share unique life stories. Meet the Owner not only represents physically owning a business or brand but also represents owning your own style, sexuality, personality, creativity, attitude, career, etc. It’s about acknowledging all of the things that make you who you are!
 
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Nadhim Zahawi, Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Minister on new lockdown measures facing Brits across the country. Dr Raghib Ali, Senior Clinical Research Associate at the University of Cambridge and an Honorary Consultant Physician in Acute Medicine at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust gives Julia his thoughts on a second lockdown.…
 
Therese Coffey, Work & Pensions Secretary joins Julia to discuss the new tier rules that have come into force today. Graham Stringer, Labour MP for Blackley & Broughton tells Julia how he disagrees with Keir Starmer's decision to urge the PM to impose ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown. Julia is also joined by Chris Green, Tory MP for Bolton West & Atherto…
 
Robert Jenrick, Housing, Communities & Local Government Secretary joins Julia to discuss the millions more who now face tougher Covid curbs. Jonathan Ashworth, Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary gives his reaction to last night's press conference. Julia is also joined by Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester and former Health Secretary. See acast…
 
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden joins Julia to discuss Boris Johnson's latest lockdown announcement and the £257 million to save 1385 theatres, arts venues, museums and cultural organisations across England. Joe Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool tells Julia that Liverpool lockdown restrictions 'will take city back to the 80s'. Julia is also joined by Da…
 
Nadhim Zahawi, Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Minister discusses the NHS drive to ensure non-Covid sick get help. Julia is joined by Sacha Lord, Night Time Economy Adviser for Greater Manchester on the Local lockdowns in the North of England. Also on the show, Lucy Powell, Shadow Minister for Business and Consumer Affairs and Labour & Co-…
 
Robert Jenrick, Housing, Communities & Local Government Secretary joins Julia to discuss Pubs and restaurants in central Scotland closing. Greg Clark, Chair of Science & Technology Select Committee and Conservative MP on his covid enquiry. Joanna Williams, Founder of CIEO on the High Court which will hear a landmark case on ‘experimental’ puberty b…
 
International Trade Secretary Liz Trus joins Julia to discuss the government's new plans for Freeports to turbo-charge post-Brexit trade. Tory rebel Matt Vickers discuses the rebel plot with Labour to end 10pm nationwide curfew. Julia is also joined by Steve Rotheram, Mayor of the Liverpool City Region who is one of the Council leaders who have sen…
 
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak joins Julia to discuss new plans to make the UK world-leader in green energy and support 60,000 jobs. Lord Kim Darroch, Britain’s Former Ambassador to The US discusses Donald Trump's return to the White House. Julia is also joined by Sir Bob Neill, Chair of The Justice Select Committee and Conservative MP. S…
 
Julia speaks with Tory MP & former International Development Minister, Sir Desond Swayne, about local lockdown restrictions not bringing down infection levels in areas under tighter rules. Former UK Ambassador to the US, Sir Christopher Meyer, explains the latest developments with the US President testing positive for coronavirus. Laurence Fox tell…
 
Julia is joined by Robert Jenrick, Housing, Communities & Local Government Secretary on the Governments response to coronavirus. Former Brexit Secretary and Conservative MP, David Davis joins Julia to discuss the EU suing the UK over Internal Market Bill. Greg Swenson, from Republicans Overseas gives us the latest on Donald Trump testing positive f…
 
Julia is joined by Environment Secretary, George Eustice to discuss how the Government is tackling coronavirus. Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester and former Labour Health Secretary on the rising number of coronavirus in the North of England. Julia is also joined by Tory rebel Sir Bob Neill, Chair of The Justice Select Committee and Conserva…
 
Julia is joined by Business Secretary Alok Sharma on Boris Johnson misspeaking over North East Covid restrictions. Scott Lucas, Professor of International Politics at The University of Birmingham and Greg Swenson, from Republicans Overseas discuss Trump and Biden's first TV presendtial debate. Julia is joined by Robert Halfon, Chair of the Educatio…
 
Julia is joined by Apprenticeships & Skills Minister, Gillian Keegan about her plans to transform the country’s training and skills system post-coronavirus. Julia speaks with Children's Commissioner for England Anne Longfield who has published a major report calling on the government to establish a comprehensive recovery package for children. Julia…
 
Julia speaks with former Labour Schools minister, Lord Andrew Adonis, about university students being forced into isolation. Tory MP, David Davies, discusses the new lockdown restrictions as well as the 60 Tory rebels who will defy the government in the Commons on Wednesday. Care Minister, Helen Whately, tells Julia about the new legal duty to self…
 
Julia speaks with former Director General of the CBI, Lord Digby Jones, about the Chancellor's emergency job scheme. She also discusses the new measures with former Culture Secretary, Nicky Morgan, and Shadow Business & Consumer Affairs Minister, Lucy Powell. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Julia speaks with Chair of the Treasury Select Committee & Tory MP, Mel Stride, about Rishi Sunak's financial measures to save the UK economy. Public Policy Editor at the Financial Times, Peter Foster, discusses Michael Gove's statement on the reasonable worse-case scenario for border post-Brexit. Luke Johnson, Chairman of Gail's Artisan Bakery and…
 
Julia speaks with Dr David Nabarro, Special envoy on Covid-19 to the World Health Organisation, about the new coronavirus lockdown rules for England potentially being in place for 'six months'. Former International Trade Secretary, Dr Liam Fox, tells Julia about passing the second round in the World Trade Organisation Director General Selection. Fo…
 
Julia speaks to Former Health Secretary, Stephen Dorrell, about Boris Johnson's address to the nation to announce new lockdown rules. Emeritus microbiologist at the University of Aberdeen, Professor Hugh Pennington, tells Julia about scientists warning of 50,000 coronavirus cases per day by mid-October if action isn't taken now. Labour's Shadow For…
 
Julia speaks with former chief scientific advisor with Pfizer, Dr Mike Yeadon, about why policy shouldn't be driven by unreliable community testing. Sir Graham Brady, Chair of the 1922 Committee of backbench Conservative MPs, tells Julia about Conservative MPs challenging the government on emergency Covid measures. Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps…
 
Julia speaks with Head of the Department of Primary Care & Public Health at Imperial College London, Professor Azeem Majeed, about the shortage of testing across the UK. Leader of Gateshead Council, Councillor Martin Gannon, about the lockdown imposed in the North East this morning. Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, tells Julia about a new Adult Soci…
 
Julia speaks with former Chair of the BMA's GP Committee & North London GP, Dr Laurence Buckman, about the rationing of coronavirus testing. General secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders, Geoff Barton, explains the difficulty in keeping schools open as well as the need for more testing. Conservative MP and Chairman of the One N…
 
Julia speaks with Chair of the Defence Committee, Tobias Elllwood, about the Internal Markets Bill. Head of Press at Defund the BBC, Liam Deacon, tells Julia about substantial pay rises at the BBC. Chair of the Work and Pensions select committee and Labour MP, Stephen Timms, discussses Sir Keir Starmer's calls for the furlough scheme replacement. S…
 
Julia speaks with Justin Urquhart Stewart, Business Commentator at Seven Investment Management, about the latest unemployment figures released by the ONS. Former Work & Pensions Secretary, Sir Iain Duncan Smith, discusses the ongoing row over the Internal Markets Bill. Home Secretary, Priti Patel, tells Julia about the government recruiting 100,000…
 
Julia speaks with Sir Desmond Swayne, Tory MP, about civil liberty concerns about the Rule of Six. Public Policy Editor at the Financial Times, Peter Foster, explains the latest updates on the Internal Market Bill. Former Supreme Court Justice, Lord Jonathan Sumption, tells Julia about his concern over the Rule of Six. See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
Julia speaks with Dr Layla McCay, Director at the NHS Confederation, about the enforcement of the rule of six and the Prime Minister's plans for Moonshot vaccines. Chair of the Treasury Select Committee, Mel Stride, tells Julia about the concerns in extending the Job Retention Scheme. Conservative MP, Sir Roger Gale, and Former Brexit Party MEP, Be…
 
Julia speaks with Dr David Nabarro, Special Envoy on Covid-19 to the World Health Organisation, about the announcement of 'rule of six' for England. Chairman of the Brexit Party, Richard Tice, discusses the row over the Internal Market Bill. Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, explains the reasoning behind the government's latest regulations. See ac…
 
Julia speaks with Science Director at the Science Museum Group, Roger Highfield, about the increase in virus infection and social gatherings now being limited to six people. Former Labour Advisor, Kevin Meagher, tells Julia about the plans to amend the UK's Brexit deal. Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, explains the government's newest restrictions t…
 
Julia speak with Sammy WIlson, DUP MP & Cheif Whip, and Maddy Thimont-Jack, Senior Researcher on the Brexit Team at The Institute for Government about the latest round of Brexit trade talks this week in London. Professor of Virology at the University of Leeds, Dr Mark Harris, tells Julia about the spike in coronavirus cases. Housing, Communities & …
 
Environment Secretary George Eustice joins Julia to discuss ministers legislation which would override a key part of last year's EU withdrawal agreement. Jonathan Ashworth, Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary reviews the UK's rise in coronavirus cases. Julia is also joined by Len Goodman. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps joins Julia to discuss Portugal remaining on England's list of quarantine-free travel. Peta Credlin, Tony Abbott’s Former Chief of Staff defends her former boss amidst ministers rowing over the ex-Australian PM being considered for a Brexit trade role. Julia is also joined by Douglas Murray, Associate Editor of The …
 
Health Secretary Matt Hancock joins Julia to discuss the new £500m funding package to support trials of a 20-minute coronavirus test. Konnie Huq, Presenter and Author on teaching kids to be Green. Julia is also joined by Comedy Writer and Director Andy Hamilton on his new novel. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Work & Pensions Secretary,Therese Coffey joins Julia to discuss the landmark Kickstart Scheme which opens today. Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester and Former Labour Health Secretary discusses the easing of lockdown in Greater Manchester. Paul Johnson, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies warns that the huge £44billion hole in public…
 
Nick Gibb, Minister for School Standards joins Julia to discuss children returning to school full-time for new autumn term. Toby Perkins, Shadow Education Minister and Labour MP on his thoughts for keeping schools safely open to all must be a national priority. Julia is also joined by Inaya Folarin Iman,Columnist at Spiked Online and Founder of the…
 
George Eustice, Environment Secretary joins Julia to discuss the new plans plastic bag price to rise from 5p to 10p. Geoff Barton, General secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders on the schools returning amidst pandemic uncertainty. Julia is also joined by Sir John Curtice, professor of Politics at the University of Strathclyde o…
 
Julia speaks with former Director General of the CBI, Lord Digby Jones, about the government's campaign to get the UK back to work. Transport Secretary, Grants Shapps, discusses Switzerland, Czech Republic, and Jamaica being added to quarantine list, as well as the government's pothole mapping project to support motorists and cyclists. Chairman of …
 
Julia speaks with President of the National Association of Head Teachers, Ruth Davies, about Boris Johnson blaming the 'mutant algorithm' for the exam fiasco as well as face masks not being made compulsory in schools. Labour MP and Member of the Work and Pensions Select Committee, Steve McCabe, discusses Brits being paid up to £182 to quarantine in…
 
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson joins Julia to discuss face coverings U-turn for England’s secondary schools. Steve Chalke, Founder of The Oasis Trust which incorporates 52 academies in England on Ofqual chief Sally Collier steps down after exams chaos. Julia is also joined by Matthew Syed, Columnist for The Times & Author of Dare To Be You. S…
 
Business Secretary Alok Sharma joins Julia to discuss Start Up Loans passing a 75,000th loan milestone marking more than £623m invested in British start ups. Geoff Barton, General Secretary of the Association of School and College leaders on schools returning next week. Julia is also joined by Patrick Mercer, Former Army Officer and former Independ…
 
Julia speaks with Labour MP and Member of the Work and Pensions Select Committee, Steve McCabe, about 6 million furloughed workers breaking rules and working part time from home during lockdown. Minister for School Standards, Nick Gibb, tells Julia why missing school is worse than the virus for children. Douglas Murray discusses the release of the …
 
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps joins Julia to discuss the fact that travellers from France, the Netherlands, Monaco, Malta, Turks & Caicos & Aruba must quarantine for 14 days upon their return to the UK. Robert Halfon, Chair of the Education Select Committee and Conservative MP on the growing anger over 'unfair' A-Level results this year. Simon C…
 
On A - Level results day Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson joins Julia to discuss the pupils receiving their results during a global pandemic amidst anger over the grading system. Martyn Oliver, Chief Executive of Outwood Grange Academy Trust which overseas 32 schools with 25,000 students talks about how this years grading will impact the follo…
 
Nick Gibb, Schools Minister on the news that Students will be given a ‘triple lock’ on their A- level and GCSE grades. Tobias Ellwood, Chair of the Defence Select Committee & Conservative MP discusses Growing numbers of migrants are trying to cross the Channel. Julia is also joined by Dan Tomlinson, Economist at The Resolution Foundation who review…
 
Edward Argar, Health Minister joins Julia to talk about the Prime Minister confirming funding which will be to help prepare for NHS for winter. Dr Layla McCay, Director at NHS Confederation discusses the Failing test and trace system. Julia is also joined by Robert Halfon, Chair of the Education Select Committee and Tory MP Fort Harlow. See acast.c…
 
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage discussed the Home Secretary's plans for navy warships to block migrants crossing the channel. Admiral Lord Alan West, Former First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff joins Julia to talk about the appointment of former National Crime Agency executive Dan O'Mahoney as the UK's Clandestine Channel Threat Commander.…
 
Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick discusses his new proposals to overhaul outdated planning system and reform the way the country builds. Rico Wojtulewicz, Head of Housing at The National Federation of Builders tells Julia what these new plans mean for the building trade. Julia is also joined by Dan Harper a Broadcaster based in Beirut on the frant…
 
Jonathan Ashworth, Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary on the Quarantine 'failures that let in 10,000 infected people' as Boris Johnson urged to put schools first amid second wave fears. Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England discusses her comments that we should shut pubs and shops if it means schools can re-open. Julia is also joined by…
 
Simon Clarke, Minister for Local Government & Regional Growth discusses the fears of a second wave when schools reopen as cities face quarantine blockades to stop spread. Charlie Mullins, founder of Pimlico Plumbers on why his staff were told to end furlough & return to work or face the sack. Julia is also joined by Kate Nicholls, Chief Executive o…
 
Business Minister, Nadhim Zahawi joins Julia to discuss the new roll out of two new rapid coronavirus tests ahead of winter. Alan Soady, from the Federation of Small Businesses on the 'Eat Out To Help Out' scheme which starts today. Julia is also joined by Nadra Ahmed OBE, Chairman of The National Care Association about the Government abandoning th…
 
Health Secretary Matt Hancock joins Julia to discuss lockdown being tightened in parts of northern England. Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester tells Julia these steps are necessary to avoid harsher lockdown in the future. Julia is also joined by Lucy Powell, Shadow Business & Consumer Affairs Minister and Labour MP for Manchester Central on …
 
Health Secretary Matt Hancock discusses the NHS People Plan to address new pandemic challenges and improve physical and mental health support for staff. Dr Layla McCay, Director at NHS Confederation on Young people could be driving spikes in coronavirus cases across Europe according to the World Health Organization. Julia is also joined by Andrew F…
 
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