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“The best podcast for women” — The Balance | “A must listen podcast for anyone who is ready to change the status quo” — Forbes | The Fairer Cents is an educational finance and career podcast all about the different economic realities facing women, people of color and other marginalized groups. Hosted by Tanja Hester, author of Work Optional, Spend Like You Give a Sh*t, and the Our Next Life early retirement blog, and Kara Perez, founder of women's financial literacy startup Bravely, The Fair ...
 
At the age of 19 in 1902, MacLane published her first book, The Story of Mary MacLane. It sold 100,000 copies in the first month and was popular among young girls, but was strongly criticized by conservative readers, and lightly ridiculed by H.L. Mencken. She had always chafed at living in Butte, which was a small mining town, and used the money from sales of this book to move to Greenwich Village where she continued to write books and newspaper articles. Some critics have suggested that eve ...
 
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The top speechwriter for the Obama administration, Cody Keenan, says he would give Amanda Gorman a job at the White House after astonishing the world with her inauguration poem.The 22-year-old’s “The Hill We Climb” was a highlight of the ceremony marking the start of Joe Biden’s presidency, and has been hailed by critics for its themes of unity and…
 
Evening Standard columnist Ayesha Hazarika says new US vice president, Kamala Harris, “represents the two things Donald Trump hates the most: women and people of colour”. She tells the Leader podcast, the Trump administration was “founded on racism” and Ms Harris’s arrival at the White House is “karmic justice” for four years of turbulence. It come…
 
Adam Vingan of TheAthletic.com and Braden Gall talks Nashville Predators hockey. The Preds first game has been canceled The most bizarre opening night ever Can goaltending change expectations? Do we trust the production from new faces Blue line depth is legit Why Eeli Tolvanen is in the cash cab Hockey players dating celebrities? What to look for t…
 
The Evening Standard’s editor-in-chief, George Osborne says the Republican party will never allow Donald Trump to run for the White House again. Speaking to our columnist Philip Collins, he says Mr Trump has been “unique,” testing the US constitution and the country’s democratic process to its limits. He predicts the GOP will “shut out” the tycoon …
 
The Evening Standard’s political editor, Joe Murphy, tells us why London may have turned a corner in the battle against coronavirus. We’ve learned case numbers for the infection are now falling in every one of the capital’s boroughs, in some cases up to 30 percent. But Joe also warns that, despite the good news, hospitals are still packed with reco…
 
An Evening Standard investigation has revealed half a million under-18s who previously showed no signs of mental health issues are now facing problems, due to the lockdowns caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Investigations editor David Cohen joins us to talk about his findings, which also show A&E wards are seeing increasing numbers of ado…
 
The Evening Standard's Nicholas Cecil joins the show as pressure grows on the government to send more vaccine doses to London. It's emerged the city's delivered just one tenth of the jabs nationally, which mayor Sadiq Khan says has him "hugely concerned". But there appears to be hope on the horizon, with hospital admissions dropping and infections …
 
Health editor Ross Lydall joins the podcast as the Evening Standard reveals London’s getting fewer doses of coronavirus vaccine per head than other areas of the country. t’s down to a “fair share” system that’s distributing the Oxford and Pfizer doses equally between primary care networks. London has the highest infection rates in the UK, but is lo…
 
TheAthletic.com's Adam Vingan and Braden Gall talk Nashville Predators hockey. Can you learn anything from scrimmages? Observations about training camp Final 23-man roster picks Team-by-team crash course on Central What do we want to see in the first four games Milbury out at NBC, Retired Colin Wilson…
 
The Evening Standard’s Sophia Sleigh tells us how her Sunday outing to a local park ended up with a political controversy. She spotted Boris Johnson out on his bike in Stratford with a security detail, seven miles away from Downing Street, at a time when the government’s telling everyone to “stay local”. Sophia says while the PM didn’t break any la…
 
The Chief Medical Officer, Chris Witty, is warning the health service will face unprecedented pressures as coronavirus continues to spread. In London, an estimated one in twenty have the infection. We speak to Lewisham GP Dr Louise Irvine who describes five hour waits for ambulances, poor co-ordination in the vaccine delivery system, and little sup…
 
Health editor Ross Lydall joins the show to explain why the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has "put up the biggest red flag he can" as coronavirus runs rampant through the city. Ross tells us what that means for hospitals where doctors have told him they are "horrified" by the rise in cases that Mr Khan describes as "out of control". There are more t…
 
A special edition of the Leader looks at the violence and rioting by Trump supporters at the Capitol in Washington. With contributions from reporters, historians, security experts and some of those who were in the building at the time, we examine the impact on democracy, US politics, and Donald Trump himself. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
Boris Johnson’s under huge pressure to deliver a successful vaccine roll-out today as he promised MPs a “means of escape” from lockdown. Our political editor, Joe Murphy, says the Prime Minister’s announced that London’s ExCeL exhibition centre will host one of seven new mega-vaccination venues launched in stadia and halls next week. But he’s facin…
 
The Athletic's Adam Vingan and Braden Gall talk Nashville Predators hockey. How should you watch practices? Observations from the first two days What are we watching for in the scrimmage Admirals opt out: what does it mean for the Preds? Game times have been announced and we love it New sponsorship revenue streams for the NHL Press conference tomfo…
 
Michael Gove appears to have contradicted the Prime Minister's suggestion that the new lockdown in England will end in February, by suggesting it'll be March before restictions are lifted. The Evening Standard's political reporter Sophia Sleigh tells us why the new rules may be in force longer than first thought, and how that's impacting the countr…
 
Our political editor Joe Murphy tells us why the “pitch is being rolled out” ahead of England being subjected to new, tougher, coronavirus restrictions. He says Boris Johnson’s been under huge pressure from within his own party, with former health secretary Jeremy Hunt among those calling for a national lockdown immediately. Meanwhile, education ed…
 
The Athletic's Adam Vingan and Braden Gall talk Nashville Predators hockey. The reason Mikael Granlund is back Getting to know Erik Haula Flexibility was the point Projecting the final spot in the top six Replicating the third line production What to do with Eeli Tolvanen? Who is on the Taxi Squad, aka the Cash Cab Schedule thoughts: Tough start, f…
 
The Athletic's Adam Vingan and Braden Gall talk Nashville Predators hockey. Did the NHL get the Preds division right? Do we like the new playoff format? Where do the odds makers put the Preds? Which new rivalry are we most excited about? What is Nashville's upside in the new division What is the taxi squad and what are our predictions Luke Kunin's …
 
Nine months ago, when we launched Food For London Now from a standing start 72 hours after lockdown, we did it because we feared food poverty would soar as vulnerable families came under pressure. Initially we thought raising £3 million to support our partner the Felix Project would be enough, but as the hunger crisis deepened, we set the bold goal…
 
A huge swathe of the South-East and London’s commuter belt is to be plunged into Tier 3 restrictions, meaning pubs and restaurants must close. Our political editor Joe Murphy tells us the decision will affect millions of people, but it's still been decided that Big Ben should ring out the New Year. That's even though the Prime Minister has urged pe…
 
Maren Angus of BroadwaySportsMedia.com fills in for Adam and talks Preds with Braden Gall. New division with old rivalries Where should the Central Division be based? Why not play a bunch of outdoor games? What should the playoff format be this season? Maren's rant on the lack of ice in Nashville Braden sits down with Hal Gill (29:00): What 2020 wa…
 
Boris Johnson's rejecting calls for him to scrap the relaxation of coronavirus rules, instead telling the Commons he wants people to "exercise extreme caution". Our deputy political editor Nicholas Cecil says that's despite an alarming rise in cases, particularly in London. He also says Wales and Scotland are deviating from what was once a UK-wide …
 
An IPSOS Mori poll for the Evening Standard's revealed half the public thinks coronavirus rules over the Christmas period aren't strict enough. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson's under pressure to scale back the so-called festive “bubbles” as top scientists, medical experts and former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt call for a review. But our political editor…
 
The Health Secretary Matt Hancock's told the Commons, the UK's identified a "new variant" of Covid-19 as he announced London and parts of the south east are going into Tier 3 on Wednesday. He said the mutation may be associated with a faster spread of the virus in recent weeks. Our deputy political editor, Nicholas Cecil, tells us ministers had bee…
 
Tens of thousands more Londoners are to be tested for Covid-19 in a bid to stem a rise in cases as the capital faces being plunged into Tier 3 restrictions. Our deputy political editor Nicholas Cecil says Health Secretary Matt Hancock has ordered the emergency action, which will see some of the extra 75,000 tests taking place as soon as this weeken…
 
After nearly half a century, and an estimated 14,000 meals, Fay Maschler's putting down the cutlery as the Evening Standard's chief restaurant critic. She talks to our Reveller editor David Ellis about her pioneering career, from the death threats she received as a young woman to the "compost of average restaurants" she had to wade through to find …
 
While Boris Johnson insists there's still a Brexit deal emerging, the Evening Standard's Jack Kessler looks at why the negotiations have been so hard. Geography, politics and even personalities have been among the unexpected issues conspiring to cause a deadlock. And we look at why it could be said Brussels has already got what it wanted: what othe…
 
The Athletic's Adam Vingan and Braden Gall talk Nashville Predators hockey. The NHL is back! (sort of) Who won negotiations? What will the season look like? What news are we waiting on? Expansion Draft Talk: 5.0 Leaving Matt Duchene unprotected Leaving Ryan Johansen unprotected Who should the Preds protect? A new Pred name-searches…
 
Our health editor Ross Lydall's been speaking to some of the first people in London to receive the coronavirus vaccine. He tells us it's been an emotional moment for many of them, and even Health Secretary Matt Hancock couldn't hide his feelings as he was interviewed on TV about it. But, he also warns the number of cases and deaths in the capital i…
 
Our political editor Joe Murphy on the Brexit negotiations: what's real and what's just "theatre" at the roundtable in Brussels. He also discusses what's going on outside the room, with France and Germany bearing down on the talks. And he tells us why he believes it'll be Boris Johnson who will make the compromises needed to get a deal done. Also, …
 
A public health chief's warning of the risk of London being plunged into Tier 3 restrictions as the squeeze on Covid-19 cases appears to be faltering. Professor Kevin Fenton, London director for Public Health England, has told the Evening Standard people must stick to social distancing and self-isolation rules ahead of the first weekend since lockd…
 
International organisations involved in distributing Covid-19 vaccines have been targeted by possible state-linked cyber spies, according to IBM. The US tech giant says it's uncovered a “global phishing campaign” it believes started in September. We speak to security expert Professor Alison Wakefield who says there's been a rise in hacking attempts…
 
The Athletic's Adam Vingan and Braden Gall talk NHL negotiations with TheAthletic.com Scott Burnside: What are the sticking points for the NHL and NHLPA? What could the schedule look like for 2021? What will divisions and travel be like? Is there a chance any of these concepts are adopted long term? When do we expect an announcement? What does Scot…
 
A Covid-19 jab has been approved in Britain. The UK is believed to be the first country in the world to give the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine approval and it will be available across the country from next week. Our health editor, Ross Lydall, says it's going to be a "challenge" to get the injection to everyone who wants it, but hospitals in London are b…
 
In four weeks, new laws will end the decades-old duty free regime for travellers from outside the EU. The result will be to make shopping here 20 per cent more expensive for them. Our city editor Jim Armitage has written an open letter to Rishi Sunak, urging the chancellor to drop the plans. He argues they will wreck the hospitality and retail sect…
 
A Scotch egg may amount to a “substantial meal” so ordering one in a pub or restaurant could entitle people to drink alcohol under Covid-19 rules. Environment Secretary George Eustice has said provided it was served as part of table service, he believes it would meet the criteria to be allowed to drink alcohol in pubs or restaurants in Tier 2. But …
 
Health experts and community leaders are joining forces to urge Londoners to get the Covid-19 jab after a shocking poll suggested a quarter of Londoners are unlikely to have it. The YouGov survey for the Mile End Institute, Queen Mary University of London, asked more than 1,000 Londoners in mid-November how likely or unlikely they were to have the …
 
London has escaped the toughest Covid-19 restrictions with cases now falling in more than two-thirds of boroughs, according to official figures. But our deputy political editor, Nicholas Cecil, says it was a "borderline decision" that politicians and health officials debated until the last moment. He takes us behind closed doors to reveal what was …
 
The Duchess of Sussex has described her “unbearable grief” after she suffered a miscarriage. In a moving account written for the New York Times, Meghan reveals how she lost her unborn baby in July while she and husband Harry were living in Los Angeles. We talk to Ruth Bender Atik, National Director at the Miscarriage Association, who tells us why i…
 
The Athletic's Adam Vingan and Braden Gall share stories and the rules of covering the Nashville Predators. Tagging players in critical tweets Rule No. 1: Never make it personal Allowing players, coaches to respond Guys who loved to talk, guys who hated it The most important part of morning skate Why Peter Laviolette was so guarded The end of the L…
 
Politicians and business leaders are pleading for London to stay out of Tier 3, as the number of covid-19 cases falls in the city as a whole. The Evening Standard's Lizzie Edmonds explains the "crippling" effect it could have if the capital faces the highest post-lockdown restrictions. She talks about the devastation live performance would face, wi…
 
The UK’s home-grown Covid vaccine is “highly effective” — and the first Britons are expected to receive it by the end of the year. Oxford University says its vaccine was found to be up to 90 per cent effective in preventing people falling seriously ill with coronavirus. Our deputy political editor says rollout is due to begin "within weeks" but the…
 
Leading music industry figures are issuing an urgent plea to protect small venues facing collapse amid the pandemic. The coronavirus and lockdown measures have forced scores of live music homes in London to temporarily close since March. The CEO of the Music Venue Trust, Mark Davyd, tells us seven sites in London are now on red alert, with permanen…
 
The Covid vaccine being made by Oxford university is safe and works well in older adults most likely to become seriously ill or die from the virus, its creators revealed today. In another major boost for hopes of bringing the pandemic to heel, they said the preliminary results for the UK’s main vaccine hope were “encouraging”. Our health editor Ros…
 
The Athletic's Adam Vingan and Braden Gall talk Predators hockey. Riding the fan poller coaster! How do fans feel about the GM, staff and players What is the window fans will accept? The Preds Reverse Retro sweater Our favorite Reverse Retros The Reverse Retros we hate The Blackhawks logo Potential divisions for 2021…
 
Families may be able to mix in “bubbles” at Christmas under plans for a brief relaxation of coronavirus restrictions over the festive period, according to reports. It comes as data shows the number of new cases in London appears to be stabilising and the R transmission figure heads towards 'one' in parts of England. But how would it work and would …
 
Mouthwash can kill coronavirus within 30 seconds of being exposed to it in a laboratory, a scientific study has found. The preliminary result comes ahead of a clinical trial into whether using over-the-counter mouthwash could to reduce the levels of Covid-19 in a patient's saliva. We speak to Professor Damien Walmsley, from the British Dental Assoc…
 
The Crown is already a huge success for Netflix, but the drama's being criticised for taking liberties with the truth. Some leading historians are concerned about how Prince Charles is being portrayed as the drama moves into the 80s and the arrival of Princess Diana. The Evening Standard's Katie Rosseinsky has watched all of season 4, and says the …
 
Dominic Cummings has left Downing Street, but will he really have no influence over the government in future? We speak to Peter Cardwell, a former special advisor who worked with, and was fired by, Mr Cummings to find out what he's really like and what his legacy will be. Peter tells us Boris Johnson now has an opportunity to "reset Downing Street"…
 
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