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22 Jul 19
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21 Jul 19
Relationships & Life

New Episode of DRIVETIME: Don’t Give Up https://www.podbean.com/ea/pb-84gr3-b8a5a8

19 Jul 19
talkSPORT
Ben Stokes has been nominated for New Zealander of the Year despite beating the Black Caps in the Cricket World Cup final with England. Stokes was the hero for the host nation on Sunday with a magnificent 84 not out as the match ended with scores tied. He then batted in the super over as England went on to lift the trophy. Ben Stokes has been nominated for New Zealander of the year The 28-year-old has strong connections to New Zealand as he was born in Christchurch before moving to England when he was 12. It would seem that some Kiwis still see Stokes as one of their own. The award’s chief judge Cameron Bennett said: “He might not have been playing for the Black Caps but, having been born in Christchurch, where his parents now live, and with Maori ancestry, there’s clearly a few Kiwis about who think we can still claim him.” The award is for inspirational New Zealanders who have ‘made a significant contribution to our national and make us proud of our country’. Cricket World Cup player of the tournament, and Black Caps captain, Kane Williamson has also been nominated. Past winners include former New Zealand rugby union captain Richie McCaw and filmmaker Taika Waititi. Ben Stokes holds his hands up in apology after the ball hit him and deflected to reach the boundary [article-rail-section title=”LATEST SPORT NEWS” posts_category=”9692″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /]   Stokes spoke exclusively to talkSPORT earlier this week about his incredible innings and how he coped with the pressure at Lord’s. “When you’re out there, in the middle, the whole occasion sort of gets you through,” Stokes said on Drivetime. “I would much rather be out there than watching because I would be a nervous wreck! “But the emotions when I went out there in the middle just ebbed and flowed. It felt like we were on top, and then it felt like we were behind again. “And that’s what happened in the game, especially in the last hour, it was New Zealand’s and then it was ours, then we were on top and then New Zealand were on top again. So it was just like a roller coaster!” [bc_video video_id=”6050847505001″ account_id=”6023583704001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd tells Jim White all about his hilarious Cricket commentary techniques “]
19 Jul 19
Set The Tape

The concept of “Summer music” can be hard to reasonably define; it’s one of those things that’s based less in quantifiable music theory and more in intangible feeling.  Something like Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa’s ‘One Dance’ isn’t a Summerjam because of the chord sequence underpinning the song or any one synth preset which alters […]

18 Jul 19
Ian The Radio Geek

The first speakers have been announced for Radiocentre’s Tuning In North, and they include Hits Radio’s recently launched breakfast show team singer Fleur East and broadcasters Greg Burns and James Barr. The event will be the industry body’s biggest conference outside London and will bring together radio stations, agencies and clients for a full morning […]

17 Jul 19
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17 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
talkSPORT
Ben Stokes revealed he thought the chance to win the World Cup had gone against New Zealand on Sunday. Stokes struck an unbeaten 84 at Lord’s to force a super over in which he and Jos Buttler smashed home 15 to help the hosts set up the most dramatic of victories. Ben Stokes spoke exclusively to talkSPORT about the incredible World Cup final at Lord’s The 28-year-old’s pivotal innings came less than a year after he was found not guilty of affray following a late-night brawl in Bristol, an incident that forced him to miss an Ashes series and placed his future in doubt. And the all-rounder, who was named Man of the Match, admitted he thought his shot at redemption had passed him by in the west London sun. “When you’re out there, in the middle, the whole occasion sort of gets you through,” Stokes said on Drivetime. “I would much rather be out there than watching because I would be a nervous wreck! At times, the 28-year-old seemed to be dragging England to victory on his own at Lord’s “But the emotions when I went out there in the middle just ebbed and flowed. It felt like we were on top, and then it felt like we were behind again. “And that’s what happened in the game, especially in the last hour, it was New Zealand’s and then it was ours, then we were on top and then New Zealand were on top again. So it was just like a roller coaster!” Despite showing signs of fatigue and even having to have a shower to wake himself up before the super over, Stokes produced a monumental effort to swing the game back in England’s favour. But the game turned on one crucial moment. With nine needed from three deliveries, Stokes and Adil Rashid pushed for a second run when a throw from a fielder deflected off Stokes’ outstretched bat and away to the boundary for four byes and six in total. Stokes apologises after the ball hit his bat and hit the boundary And although the 28-year-old held his arms in the air in an apologetic stance, he admits he knew victory was ‘written in the stars’. He added: “I didn’t really know where the ball had gone to be honest and then I’ve looked up and seen them all running after the ball. “It’s obviously not the way that we would probably want to do it, but it was sort of written in the stars when Boulty (Trent Boult) steps on the rope and then something like that happens as well.” With the teams locked in a super over, 24-year-old Jofra Archer conceded 14 off his first five deliveries. Archer became an instant hero on Sunday The Barbados-born bowler, the least experienced player on either side, held his nerve as Martin Guptill forced the ball into the off-side and came back for a second that would have taken the trophy. Enter Jason Roy, who picked up cleanly despite unimaginable pressure and hurled a flat, decisive throw towards Buttler, who scattered the stumps as Guptill scrambled. Tied once again, England triumphed on account of boundaries scored, a technocratic decider in a contest that proved impossible to settle any other way. After 44 years and 12 editions England finally lifted the trophy, Eoin Morgan’s side securing their legacy in front of 30,000 captivated fans, a mass gathering at Trafalgar Square and on television in homes up and down the country. And Stokes has recalled the exact moment he knew this team had written their names into the history books. England players celebrate winning the World Cup “When [Jimmy] Neehsam got off strike, we all ran over to the other side of the pitch,” he added. “So we all put ourselves in the position we all felt the ball was going to go. But I was sort of running in after he hit the ball because it wasn’t coming towards me and I was watching them running between the wickets. “And I sort of had to go off everybody else’s reaction because I had no idea if he made it or not, but then when [Jos] Buttler took the stumps and started throwing his gloves all over the Lord’s outfield I couldn’t believe we had just won the World Cup.”
16 Jul 19
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15 Jul 19
Apartment Owners' Network

Media coverage Our website content has been updated to reflect media, Oireachtas, and other coverage of the apartment sector. The “AON Coverage” page has links to recent material.  Of particular interest may be reporting on the Housing Agency/Clúid Housing jointly commissioned report “Owners’ Management Companies – Sustainable apartment living for Ireland”.  A link to our […]

15 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

PUBLISHED: 00:00 15 July 2019 Words: Claudia Robinson – Photography: Kevin Gibson Anna and John Foster Copyright Kevin Gibson Photography Ltd Broadcaster Anna Foster is a familiar voice on BBC Radio 5's Live Show Drive but her own drivetime means heading back to Halifax.

14 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
NOVAK DJOKOVIC’S team are reportedly furious with Wimbledon fans for what they claim is a lack of respect for the 15-time Grand Slam champ. Ahead of the 2019 final against Roger Federer, the Serb’s entourage are reportedly fed up with SW19 supporters not backing the tennis legend. Novak Djokovic’s team have been disappointed at a “lack of respect” from Wimbledon fans for the Serb Djokovic sarcastically asked the crowd to back semi-final opponent Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut, after getting fed up with partisan support for his rival. The Serb, 32, won in four sets to seal a dream final against eight-time Wimbledon champ Federer. A source close to the tennis star has revealed they were “very angry” with the behaviour of fans in his semi-final win. The world No1 put his finger to his mouth after winning a stunning 45-shot rally to save a break point in the third set. The Daily Star Sunday claims an inside said that Djokovic’s box were very angry and upset at the way some fans were cheering his mistakes. They claimed: “They just feel he deserves greater respect as a competitor. This doesn’t happen to other top players in the game.” Federer, 37, will get the lion’s share of support in the final. He has been a firm favourite at SW19 for nearly two decades. The Swiss beat Rafa Nadal in his semi-final classic on Friday. Djokovic will hunt a fifth Wimbledon singles title today. Tennis legend Martina Navratilova is expecting a thrilling final and thinks Djokovic’s return of serve will be crucial. She told The Times: “Federer will have to change tactics against Djokovic. @DjokerNole REALLY doesn’t like when the crowd cheers his opponent! Come on @BautistaAgut #wimbledon #Wimbledon2019 #djokovic pic.twitter.com/dDX3aL4Uvr — Drivetime Wednesdays 5pm -7pm Sunny Govan 103.5 FM (@wmurray1077) 12 July 2019 “Djokovic stays closer to the baseline, changes direction more easily than Nadal and is very accurate with his groundstrokes. [article-rail-section title=”Latest sports news” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “Federer will need to slice the ball more, keeping it low so Djokovic will find it hard to push him back beyond the baseline or hit clean winners. “The serve, and percentage of first serves that go in, will be important for Federer. “Nadal and Federer are both tremendous returners of serve, but Djokovic is the best in that department.” [bc_video video_id=”6058824801001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mark Philippoussis styles out lost point with a mid-game drinks break at Wimbledon 2019″]
14 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
NOVAK DJOKOVIC’S team are reportedly furious with Wimbledon fans for what they claim is a lack of respect for the 15-time Grand Slam champ. Ahead of the 2019 final against Roger Federer, the Serb’s entourage are reportedly fed up with SW19 supporters not backing the tennis legend. Novak Djokovic’s team have been disappointed at a “lack of respect” from Wimbledon fans for the Serb Djokovic sarcastically asked the crowd to back semi-final opponent Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut, after getting fed up with partisan support for his rival. The Serb, 32, won in four sets to seal a dream final against eight-time Wimbledon champ Federer. A source close to the tennis star has revealed they were “very angry” with the behaviour of fans in his semi-final win. The world No1 put his finger to his mouth after winning a stunning 45-shot rally to save a break point in the third set. The Daily Star Sunday claims an inside said that Djokovic’s box were very angry and upset at the way some fans were cheering his mistakes. They claimed: “They just feel he deserves greater respect as a competitor. This doesn’t happen to other top players in the game.” Federer, 37, will get the lion’s share of support in the final. He has been a firm favourite at SW19 for nearly two decades. The Swiss beat Rafa Nadal in his semi-final classic on Friday. Djokovic will hunt a fifth Wimbledon singles title today. Tennis legend Martina Navratilova is expecting a thrilling final and thinks Djokovic’s return of serve will be crucial. She told The Times: “Federer will have to change tactics against Djokovic. @DjokerNole REALLY doesn’t like when the crowd cheers his opponent! Come on @BautistaAgut #wimbledon #Wimbledon2019 #djokovic pic.twitter.com/dDX3aL4Uvr — Drivetime Wednesdays 5pm -7pm Sunny Govan 103.5 FM (@wmurray1077) 12 July 2019 “Djokovic stays closer to the baseline, changes direction more easily than Nadal and is very accurate with his groundstrokes. [article-rail-section title=”Latest sports news” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “Federer will need to slice the ball more, keeping it low so Djokovic will find it hard to push him back beyond the baseline or hit clean winners. “The serve, and percentage of first serves that go in, will be important for Federer. “Nadal and Federer are both tremendous returners of serve, but Djokovic is the best in that department.” [bc_video video_id=”6058824801001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mark Philippoussis styles out lost point with a mid-game drinks break at Wimbledon 2019″]