If you've landed on the show notes because you just can't get enough of us and want more on Instagram, links are at the bottom.Otherwise, strap in for a proper take-down of Prince William's statement about the enquiry into the BBC & Martin Bashir yesterday. Everything in this episode is our personal opinion and we have zero proof to back it up and it might all be rubbish, but it'll get you thinking.SEE LIVE COMEDY at the Forum Tunbridge Wells AND on “Facebook Live”, Thursday 17th June, with Rich Wilson, Jen Brister (Live At The Apollo), Alex Lowe (AKA Clinton Baptiste from Phoenix Nights) and Aimee Cooper. Stand up (with actual standing up). Tix also available to be in the audience at the Forum, Tunbridge Wells. PRIORITY TICKET SIGN UP HERE https://smarturl.it/LiveComedy More about Aimee Cooper:. Instagram: @aimeecooperforms More about Louise Daniels: . Instagram: @louisedanielsofficial https://producerpaul.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Thread Bare is a Scottish, comedy, podcast brought to you by some of Scotland’s funniest women. Each week Scottish comedians and Scottish comedy actors perform a dramatic reading of a Mumsnet thread and have a good time discussing the points of view. The cast of comedians and actors improvise as the characters in the thread bringing their own observational comedy into the discussion and really bringing the thread to life.On this weeks show we ask 'What is a hun?' and chat about cars, specifically the Fiat500 and it's life on Twitter. PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/FannyBusinessBallet Shoes - https://www.essie.com/nail-polish/enamel/sheers/ballet-slippersNail Polish or Porn https://www.planthehen.co.uk/nail-polish-or-porn-how-to-play
Chris and Lizzie discuss the news Prince William contracted coronavirus back in April.Another of the Queen's grandchildren made coronavirus headlines this week as an app promoted by Zara Tindall has been accused of mis-selling antibody tests.Chris and Lizzie also discuss Prince Charles’ interview for British Vogue, Camilla’s visit to the Field of Remembrance and Earl Spencer's demand for an inquiry over a BBC interview with his sister Princess Diana.New episodes of The Royal Rota are released every Friday.You can also watch The Royal Rota on our YouTube channel - subscribe to ITV News' YouTube channel to be notified about new episodes.For more royal news, like the ITV News Royals Facebook page.Our royal team are on Instagram, too.
This week on Outrage + Optimism, Prince William is here! With just under 10 years to cut global emissions by 50%, the future of our planet depends on a raising of ambition we have not seen since JFK’s Moonshot. A conservationist at heart and in practice, Prince William is on the hunt to find and finance the solutions that will get us there. Enter The Earthshot Prize - Five, one million-pound prizes awarded each year for the next 10 years, providing at least 50 solutions to the world’s greatest environmental problems by 2030. The categories for the prizes are as follows: Protect and Restore Nature, Clean Our Air, Revive Our Oceans, Build A Waste-Free World, and Fix Our Climate – simple yet ambitious goals, underpinned by scientifically agreed targets, which if achieved by 2030 will improve life for us all, for generations to come. Our hosts Christiana Figueres, Tom Rivett-Carnac, and Paul Dickinson sit down with The Duke of Cambridge to find out why he is doing this now, and how optimistic he is that we can solve the climate crisis. Plus, stick around for an incredible musical performance from AURORA and Aaron Taylor! --- The Earthshot Prize Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube --- AURORA YouTube | Music | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook --- Aaron Taylor YouTube | Music | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook --- Keep up with Christiana Figueres here: Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook — Tom Rivett-Carnac: Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn — Follow @GlobalOptimism on social media! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn — Don't forget to hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss another episode of Outrage + Optimism!
How Charles And Diana's Divorce Affected Prince William (feat. Kate Middleton, Prince William & Rupert Graves)
Timeline Tapes: A World History Podcast
Nearly thirty years after his parents exchanged their wedding vows, Prince William walked down the aisle at Westminster Abbey with his new bride.Timeline Tapes is the show that brings you iconic documentaries, in podcast form. The documentaries are made for TV so our host Nate Fisher will be filling in any blanks to make sure you don't miss a thing.'My Mother Diana' looks at how Diana’s life, her relationship with the House of Windsor, the media and the public have shaped her eldest son, Prince William. When a twenty year-old Lady Diana Spencer married Prince Charles, the heir to the throne, their wedding at St Paul’s was watched by billions; it was the last great royal wedding to galvanise the British public. But that relationship would develop into a romantic tragedy, whose effects would be more profound than anyone could have imagined. In his marriage to Kate Middleton, Prince William is entering into a new and independent stage of his life…a life in which his mothers influence and presence appear centre-stage and ever-present.. It is easy to forget that William’s formative years were not the idyll with the ’Princess of People’s Hearts’…rather they took place in the midst of a vicious divorce battle. William’s loyalties divided and fought over during the War of the Wales.‘My Mother Diana’ is the story of Charles and Diana's marriage from a new and revealing point of view. It’s the story of how their marriage shaped William. It explores the effect of his mother’s relationships, the tell-all book she collaborated on with Andrew Morton, the effects of her Panorama interview and William's reaction to his father’s relationship with Camilla. On the surface William appears to be a product of the old order, groomed by the House of Windsor. But William is the son of Diana – who transcended celebrity and transformed the monarchy. This film seeks to understand William by exploring his relationship with his mother and examines where William was as key moments of her later life played out; because what she went through made him who he is today Why did William propose using his mother’s engagement ring? And what does it tell us about this future King and the legacy of his mother Diana? Fourteen years after her death Diana’s influence appears undiminished. But will William be the King Diana wished him to be?The documentary My Mother Diana was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios.You can find more from us on:https://www.youtube.com/timelinechannelhttps://www.facebook.com/timelineWHhttps://www.instagram.com/timelineWHIf you would like to get in touch with the show, email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Everyone Gets a Seat at the Table with Lynmara Colón, Director of EL Programs and Services, Prince William County, VA
Director of EL Programs and Services Lynmara Colón discusses the challenge of providing clear and effective communication among all stakeholders, the new opportunities that remote learning has provided for professional learning, and more. Prince William County Public Schools is the second largest district in Virginia and serves almost 92,000 students, 25% of whom are English learners. While most students will go back to remote learning, English learners and other vulnerable student populations will be given access to some in school learning opportunities. To watch the entire "In This Together" docuseries, visit our new channel here. You can also find free tools to help ensure your English learners and their families receive equitable access to instruction and services on our Equity in Action page. Please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. This will help us continue bringing you the best topics and guests on Highest Aspirations.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/highest-aspirations/message
In a scenario almost impossible to imagine at the inception of this podcast, the boys head to Kensington Palace to eat Samrat samosas with the Duke of Cambridge.Slightly overawed and in inappropriate clothing, they hear from the future king of the realm about his love of Aston Villa, whether he could get the England manager sacked and if he would consider Crouchy for his six-a-side team. In return he offers beer, decent whisky and a special delivery from a podcast favourite.