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November 6, 2020: New faces in on Wangaratta Council, as long-serving Ken Clarke is out and police confirm death of South Albury man in Barnawartha North crash
The Border Mail Today
Today is November 6, 2020 and this is your daily news briefing from The Border Mail. In today’s update, one new and one former councillor will join Wangaratta Council over the next four years, while former mayor Ken Clarke has lost his seat after not winning enough votes, and police have confirmed the death of a South Albury man following a crash at Barnawartha North.
My guest on this episode of the podcast is Ken Clarke. Ken is a well known and highly respected leader who has served the Church in various roles for several decades.The focus of our conversation is a little different from other podcasts in this series that have focussed on what’s happening across a number of specific churches. Here, Ken talks about some of his reflections during this current season.He reflects on the significance of the Easter story (‘finished work’), the opportunities for wider outreach (‘unfinished task’), and the challenge of ‘finishing well’ (a favourite theme for a man who prefers to talk about retirement than retirement.God willing the podcast returns next week when my guests are Stevie Walls (Tuesday’s episode), and Simon Genoe (Thursday’s episode).
One of the things I absolutely love about the Psalms is the total honesty we find in them. Feelings are expressed. Doubts are articulated and really big questions are asked. That’s how this Psalm, Psalm 2 begins… 1. Why do the nations conspire and the peoples plot in vain? 2. The kings of the earth rise up and the rulers band together against the Lord and against his anointed, saying, 3. “Let us break their chains and throw off their shackles.”
From Kansas City to New York, young Charlie Parker conquered the world of jazz.. He was famous during his life, and even more famous after he died aged 34. He's nominated here by former health minister, home secretary and chancellor of the exchequer, Kenneth Clarke. Together with Richard Williams and Val Wilmer, Ken recounts what made Bird great, and why he died so very young. "If you look at the street scenes of Harlem in 1940, it was a squalid place. Club life in New York was probably a smart escape." Ken ClarkeThe programme also includes clips by Dizzy Gillespie and Annie Ross. and music such as Koko and Now's the Time.The presenter is Matthew Parris, and the producer in Bristol is Miles Warde.
With the former father of the house, Ken Clarke finally leaving Parliament we thought it was time t revisit an interview we did with him a few years ago. As someone who stood for the party leadership on several occasions he was never ones to shy away from sharing his opinions.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/toryradio/message
After 49 years as a Conservative MP, Ken Clarke will be stepping down at the UK general election on December 12. In this episode of the Intelligence Squared podcast – staged just ten days before the election – Clarke came to the Intelligence Squared stage where, in conversation with John Humphrys, who recently stepped down as presenter of Radio 4’s Today programme, he reflected on his many years in politics and the twists and turns of the Brexit saga that have brought him to the curious position he is in today.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/intelligencesquared.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices