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Jordan, Jarvis (and probably the guest who brought you here) talk funny about feelings and other things also. You're never alone when you're hanging with the sadboyz (unless you’re actually alone. Sorry Dan!)
 
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Ukraine's government has said fighting in the eastern Donbas region has reached a new intensity.Russia is attacking more than 40 towns and storming Ukrainian positions in several areas.Among the Russian forces who've been fighting are two brothers. Their mother claims they were conscripted, despite President Vladimir Putin's assurance that only pro…
 
Police in Texas are facing criticism after it emerged that it took up to an hour for them to tackle a gunman who entered an elementary school and shot dead 19 children and two teachers. Witnesses said police gathered outside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde when the shooting began but delayed entering the building.The gunman, who’s been named as 18…
 
Russia's military has been making gains in eastern Ukraine, having shifted most of the focus of its war there - putting the Ukrainian army under more pressure than at any time since the first weeks of the war.The battle for Ukraine's old industrial heartland, known as Donbas, is likely to decide the fate of the Russian invasion.Please subscribe HER…
 
Hundreds of people have attended a vigil in Uvalde, Texas, after 19 children and two teachers were killed in a mass shooting at a primary school. The children who died were aged between seven and 10. Some of them had just received awards for great schoolwork.The 18-year-old suspect had a handgun, an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle and high-capacity maga…
 
UK PM Boris Johnson has dismissed calls to resign after Sue Gray's report found that Downing Street staff partied while the rest of the nation was in lockdown with their bosses' approval.Ms Gray, a senior civil servant, said many events "should not have been allowed" and the PM and his officials "must bear responsibility for this culture".Her repor…
 
Russia says it’s ready for prolonged conflict in Ukraine as its troops continue to make slow progress in the Donbass region, in country's east.Ukraine says the Russian invasion is in the "most active" phase as Russia tries to capture the eastern Donbas region.Moscow said that it will continue until all of its objectives have been met.Please subscri…
 
A report by the UK foreign affairs select committee has laid bare serious failings in the government's evacuation of Afghans from Kabul in August 2021 Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUogThe withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan last year unfolded in chaos as the Taliban seized back power. An inquiry has found 'the total absence of a pl…
 
Nineteen young children and two adults have died in a shooting at a primary school in south Texas.The gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School - which teaches children aged seven to 10 - in the city of Uvalde before he was killed by law enforcement, officials said.The 18-year-old suspect had a handgun, a semi-automatic rifle and high-capacity m…
 
A huge collection of data including images linked to China’s mistreatment of Uighurs and other ethnic minorities has been handed to the BBC. The information was hacked from Chinese police computers. It includes evidence of a shoot-to-kill policy for anyone trying to escape from so-called “re-education” camps in the western region of Xinjiang. Over …
 
14 children and a teacher have been killed in a shooting at a primary school in Texas.The attack happened at Robb Elementary School in the city of Uvalde.The state’s Governor Greg Abbott said the gunman was 18-year-old Salvador Ramos.The gunman, who was armed with a handgun and may have also had a rifle, was shot dead by police officers.Huw Edwards…
 
One of India’s most prolific composers A R Rahman has made his directorial debut.The award-winning composer for films such as Slumdog Millionaire unveiled "a cinematic sensory experience".The 37-minute film, called Le Musk, uses virtual reality and combines smells and interactive seating.It is being played at Cannes Film Festival, in France.Please …
 
Two senior Russian officials have signalled that Moscow is ready for a prolonged conflict in Ukraine.A Ukrainian defence ministry spokesman also said the offensive had entered its "most active" phase.Russia has been trying to capture the twin cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk in Ukraine's easternmost region, Luhansk.The BBC Middle East Editor …
 
Three months into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, US President Biden has insisted the war is a "global issue".He said the war "is going to affect all parts of the world" during a summit with the Quad - composed of Japan, the US, Australia and India.It comes as Luhansk governor Serhiy Haidai has said Russian troops continue to bombard the cities of Se…
 
The UK's withdrawal from Afghanistan last year was a "disaster" and a "betrayal" that will damage the nation's interests for years, an inquiry by MPs has found.The Foreign Affairs Committee said there had been "systemic failures" of intelligence, diplomacy, and planning.Chairman and Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat said there had been a failure to lea…
 
Uyghur detention camps in China's western Xinjiang province have a shoot-to-kill policy for those who try to escape, according to leaked documents seen by the BBC.The Xinjiang Police Files, a huge cache of data hacked from police computer servers in the region, also include thousands of police photographs of Uyghurs in detention camps.The documents…
 
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing fresh questions after photos showing him drinking at an event during a Covid lockdown were published.The pictures, released by ITV News, are believed to show the prime minister at a leaving party on 13 November 2020.The BBC has been told that at least one person who attended the event was fined, but the PM …
 
DeRay, Kaya, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week— including a national poll on racism, first two Black women in White House press corps honored with lifetime achievement awards, and New Yorkers who helped identify Brooklyn shooter in danger of being deported. DeRay interviews activist and CEO Topeka Sam about her organization The La…
 
Logan gives a quick hitter pod on Florida State's new offensive lineman, D'Mitri Emmanuel If you're listening on iTunes, make sure you subscribe so you do not miss any new episodes. Feel free to rate us 5-stars and leave a review, it helps a lot! Join our Patreon to receive insider scoop 24/7: https://www.patreon.com/NoleGameday Follow the guys on …
 
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has told the BBC that Iran forced her to sign a false confession before allowing her to fly home to the UK. She says she did so “under duress” in Iran in the presence of a British official. Her lawyer has written to the UK Foreign Secretary asking for an explanation of why she was “told to sign a false confession by her ow…
 
The Taliban has ordered female presenters and other women on screen to cover their faces while on air on Afghan TV.The decree came in on Sunday, with broadcasters saying they had to comply.A male anchor on the main evening bulletin wore a face covering during a live broadcast in solidarity with his female colleagues.The ruling has come two weeks af…
 
A court in Ukraine has jailed a Russian tank commander for life for killing an unarmed civilian at the first war crimes trial since the invasion.Captured soldier Sergeant Vadim Shishimarin was convicted of killing Oleksandr Shelipov, 62, in the north-eastern village of Chupakhivka on 28 February.He admitted shooting Mr Shelipov but said he had been…
 
Monkeypox cases have been identified in Israel, Switzerland and Austria, meaning the outbreak has now been found in 15 nations outside Africa.However, the risk to the wider public is said to be low.Anyone who has had contact with a monkeypox case is being advised to isolate for 21 days, according to official guidance in the UK and Austria.The UK He…
 
US President Joe Biden has warned China is "flirting with danger" over Taiwan, and vowed to intervene militarily to protect the island if it is attacked.Speaking in Japan, he appeared to contradict long-standing US policy in the region, although the White House insisted there had been no departure.Biden drew a parallel between Taiwan and Russia's i…
 
In 1834, after Britain abolished slavery, the government decided to compensate 46,000 slave owners for the loss of their "property".The Trevelyans were among them, recieving a payout of about £34,000 - the equivalent of about £3m in today's money - for the "loss" of some 1,000 slaves.Nearly 200 years later, BBC correspondent Laura Trevelyan travell…
 
Scientists have drawn up a list of little-known plants that could be on the menu by 2050.In the future, you could be breakfasting on false banana or snacking on pandanus tree fruit.The Ukraine war has highlighted the dangers of relying on a few globally-traded crops.With 90% of calories coming from just 15 crops, experts at the Royal Botanic Garden…
 
Days of flooding and landslides in parts of Bangladesh and eastern India, have affected millions of people and left more than 50 people dead.Bangladesh's north-east region has seen some of the worst flooding for nearly two decades.The two countries are prone to flooding and experts say that climate change is increasing the likelihood of events like…
 
The Ukrainian government says it won't agree a ceasefire deal with Russia that involves giving up territory - in an apparent hardening of its position.Presidential adviser Mykhaylo Podolyak said Kyiv would not follow calls in the West for an urgent ceasefire that involved Russian forces remaining in territory they occupy in the south and east of th…
 
More than 7,000 concrete dominoes have fallen to start the 250th Norfolk and Norwich Festival.The dominoes stretched between Anglia Square and The Forum in Norwich, with some even going through homes and buildings.Artist Julian Maynard Smith said the artwork, which has been replicated across cities of the world since 2009, grew out of an initial id…
 
As cases of monkeypox increase across the UK, Dr Susan Hopkins, the UK Health Security Agency Chief Medical Advisor, has set out some of the symptoms to look out for.Dr Hopkins describes it as a "self-limiting mild illness" where “the vast majority of people get better by themselves with supportive treatment”.Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rb…
 
The security advisor to the former Afghan president, Ashraf Ghani, has apologised for his role in the fall of the country.Hamdullah Mohib fled the country by helicopter along with the president the day Kabul, the capital, fell.Speaking to BBC World’s Matthew Amorilwala, he insisted that they had no choice.Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog…
 
Russia has halted its gas supply to Finland - the latest escalation of an energy payments row with the West.Russia's gas giant Gazprom confirmed it had completely halted exports to Finland at 04:00 GMT on Saturday.Finland said all the deliveries had stopped, but added there would be no disruption to customers.Helsinki has been refusing to pay for i…
 
Australians are set to vote in their upcoming election for who they want to serve as the next prime minister and which political group is in power.Voters will decide on 21 May whether to re-elect Scott Morrison as prime minister or hand the job to his challenger, Anthony Albanese.Integrity among politicians has been a wide-ranging debate in Austral…
 
Russia's invasion of Ukraine could soon cause a global food crisis lasting for years, the United Nations has warned.UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the war had worsened food insecurity in poorer nations due to rising prices.The conflict has cut off supplies from Ukraine's ports, which once exported vast amounts of cooking oil as well as …
 
Joe Biden arrived in South Korea on his first stop of a six-day trip through Asia.The US president wants to strengthen the ties between both countries and said it was "time that Washington and Seoul invest in each other".On his visit, the American president met with South Korea's new leader Yoon Seok-youl to discuss the growing concern amid sabre-r…
 
Russia's army is advancing in the areas of eastern Ukraine and has taken some ground, according to Ukraine's military.It said Russia has intensified its bombardment of the wider Donbas area, using heavy firepower to damage defences around the city of Donetsk.Ukraine's President, Volodymyr Zelensky, said Russian forces have "completely destroyed" Do…
 
Jarvis Cocker on the memorable contents of his loft, whether he’d write some of his Pulp lyrics about sex and consent now and growing up in Sheffield in the 80s during Thatcherism. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUogWould Jarvis Cocker write some of the lyrics he wrote for Pulp back then about sex, consent and voyeurism?The singer-songwrite…
 
A Russian man has turned the walls of his shopping centre into an anti-war protest.In a tiny town eight hours north of Moscow, Dmitry Skurikhin has been painting the names of Ukrainian towns that have been attacked by the Russian army on the side of his building."For the first few weeks of the war our people didn't know what was happening," said Dm…
 
The guys discuss all the drama regarding Saban's shots at Jimbo Fisher, Deion Sanders, and Miami. The guys chat the latest regarding recruiting, Chris Parson at Elite 11, LSU/UF game times announced, and a ton more. Austin gives us his thoughts on John Butler and if he's heading to the NBA too early. If you're listening on iTunes, make sure you sub…
 
A crash in one of the most stable cryptocurrencies has sent shockwaves through its community of users.Terra Luna lost 99% of its value - spooking investors and sending crypto markets plummeting.The entire crypto market is now worth an estimated $1.12 trillion - just a third of it's value six months ago.The BBC's Yalda Hakim talks to crypto journali…
 
Ghana is one of the most expensive countries to live in Africa.The price of essential goods and services has increased sharply since the beginning of the pandemic. "It’s too much for us," some say, adding that the situation has become unbearable. Rising fuel and food prices are affecting all parts of society. In the last four months the price of dr…
 
Gleb is among a 140-strong group of talented young musicians and their families who have been evacuated out of Ukraine into Slovenia.A recorder was one of the only belongings that the 10-year-old took with him when he fled his home amid the conflict.Some of his fellow musicians have formed a new youth orchestra in exile, under the direction of Slov…
 
Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands and Belgium have announced plans to increase wind power in the North Sea as the EU looks to move away from its reliance on Russian energy.The project would see output from the North Sea increase tenfold by 2050, creating a 'green powerhouse'.The top priority of the RepowerEU strategy is to promote more energy savin…
 
A Russian soldier has pleaded guilty to killing an unarmed civilian, in Ukraine's first war crimes trial since the war began.Vadim Shishimarin admitted shooting a 62-year-old man, who was allegedly on a bicycle, near the village of Chupakhivka in the eastern Sumy region of Ukraine.The 21-year-old faces life in prison. Prosecutors say more trials ar…
 
Record-breaking heatwaves in north-west India and Pakistan are 100 times more likely to occur because of climate change, according to a new study by the UK’s Met Office.Temperatures once predicted to happen every 300 years could now occur on average three times every decade. Pakistan and India have suffered extremely high temperatures recently, wit…
 
The United Nations Human Rights Office has said that it is deeply concerned about the apparent rapid transmission of Covid in North Korea.It believes around 700,000 people are ill with the virus, and that the country's health care system is not equipped to cope.The country has done little to prepare, and has no vaccination programme. BBC correspond…
 
The lure of making a quick buck has always attracted young people to invest in risky assets.For Generation Z, it is the volatility - and the decentralised nature - of digital assets such as cryptocurrency and NFTs which appeals.Gen Z - also known as Zoomers - are the age group born between the mid-1990s to early-2000s. Cryptocurrencies are digital …
 
Sophia Huang Xueqin, a high-profile feminist journalist who kick-started China’s #MeToo movement, went missing in 2021.She was awarded a prestigious Chevening scholarship in the summer earlier that year, funded by the British government to pursue gender studies at the University of Sussex. But in September, on the way to the airport to catch her fl…
 
Hidden away in a residential neighbourhood is one of Afghanistan's new "secret" schools. A small but powerful act of defiance against the Taliban."We do our best to do this secretly," said the female teacher, "but even if they arrest me, they beat me, it's worth it."In all but a handful of provinces in the country, girls' secondary schools have bee…
 
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