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a practical joker a man with a great sense of humour a generous person and we had a lot of fun on the road in the studio professor that come from all around the globe to present more than 60 papers on the purple one my name is Rashad shahbaz from Arizona State University and the paper is black music in Minneapolis Prince and the geography of the Minneapolis sound as a long title period if an academic title is it a long paper note about 15 minutes lol what people are going to learn that Prince was a genius but there was a musical landscape that was put in place by The Generation before him enable through migratory patterns that pushed black people out of the style.
BBC Radio Wales
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the purple one my name is Rashad shahbaz from Arizona State University and the title of my paper is black music in Minneapolis Prince and the geographies of the Minneapolis sound as a long title period if an academic title is it a long paper no it's about 15 minutes lol what people earn that Prince was a genius but there was a musical landscape that was put in place by The Generation before him enable through migratory patterns that push black people out of the style and pull them into the North and South Minneapolis you're not going to get down to 15 minutes I think I will own any part time from New Zealand I'm a bit of cultural studies a kind of university I'm here to do a paper called flying abroad the production 747 print puma in horizontal erotic expand.
BBC Radio Wales
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musical attack on the 13th of November 2015 but there it was a whole group of people who were largely organised who had come back from Syria through Belgium and you know there are a number of people the attacks took place in many places do a coordinated the stadium France in the sidewalk cafes this is a loner maybe the people who helped him but he acts allowed in this reminds us more of what happened in nice with the guy who drove his truck in the crowd celebrating Bastille day or in Berlin at the White House that's ok so you know it's it's a blend of both that's very interesting context and it might lead one to assume that in recent times you refer to Basque language courses November 2015 do you think we are in Broad terms seeing a trend from highly organised cross border operations.
BBC Radio Wales
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Adidas launches a manifesto today was a message to terrorists that they will not win and that a radical Islam is a cancer that needs to be cut out also the party is deputy chairman Suzanne Evans said the prime minister Theresa May had some responsibility to take for the Manchester bombings because of the policies she's perceived busting government the Tories response to that this is a good time for making political points advert manifestos together it's 88 pages you've made it through today I'm dropping VAT on fish and chips call my life what year was launched year's Welsh manifesto this morning Neil Hamilton musical to give me do in the Welsh assembly said that is offered Wales a vision for the future post brexit what's in it well as promised to reduce the cost of politics are they saying that they would increase the number of assembly me.
BBC Radio Wales
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and gig goers observe a minutes silence to commemorate those who were killed at Monday's Ariana Grande concert the Silent so we followed by what the organisers promise will be a minutes noise that's some pig musical events schedule for the next few days Iron Maiden's world tour rolled into Cardiff last night's we discussed yesterday that UB40 play at the racecourse in Wrexham tomorrow and Wells musician John Cale is one of the headline acts at Liverpool Sound City festival which gets underway this evening or whether it feels right to continue playing take That You performed at Manchester Arena has recently a Saturday understandably decided to postpone their shows in Liverpool and Manchester this week blondie have also postpone 2 gig in London and other tools of continued Simple Minds played at Manchester Bridgewater Hall on the night after the attacks lead singer Jim Kerr said the band have been face with.
BBC Radio Scotland
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Community School year old and young like a man who is the headteacher of the school they were receiving a professional and support yesterday with how to help themselves indeed and and their pupils deal with such a devastating in use it to young girls who left the island full of anticipation I'm sure that seeing one of them to do it but he knows I suppose musical heroes and I'm so delighted to be going down to the big city by such a special occasion and and certainly never have expected this to have happened and for it for this community on Wheatley read read the word M8 remote buy.
BBC Radio Wales
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local influence in the question Astra music who are we that was very much influenced by music in the sense that it is in for my consciousness by religious political and my social conscience in my Lamborghini is a composer and trumpeter and founder of demands of freedom and sambal my father was a political activist it was the German rights lawyer and holiday in C and Drama Musical 2 release our number and always use with singing the struggle songs in order in Despicable decide Michael was it was a some women traditional healer and Robin gourmet meaning person of song.
BBC Radio Scotland
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incident so one has to start with the role of realistic proposition that you cannot guarantee security and every second that's what you have to do is to seek to minimise the risk so far as you possibly can I just see how much more difficult a problem is this today then perhaps but you know it is it when they were Manchester was tired of it by the IRA some musical a warning was given and people were evacuated but when you have a suicide bomber someone willing to die for the cause of how much more difficult a phenomenon is that work so obviously very much for that you got any terrorists on occasion put their own lives at risk but as you point out the clothes off and give warnings not always effective warnings and across the difficulty as if you have some.
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and looked around and then he was shocked to see all these musical instruments and that's when he shouted for his fellow militants telling them I'll come and look come and see what I found in this house.
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on a Facebook page to look out for that um I know that you can click on that somebody other stories with covered recently tutoriais like the musician of Mosul I mean mark dad was a living that was occupied by so-called Islamic state musical instruments for band so he was forced to play his instruments in secret by blues music every single day I play music I compose music and I got lots of pieces and that you've been recorded them to I took quite a few precautions not to be heard outside the house for example I played in the furthest point in the whole house where I thought no neighbours could hear my music at all I also tried to soundproof the room so I put furniture or take the doors and windows so that the sound on my music would not travel out.
BBC Radio London
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good to see you tomorrow and the below you can see a police woman that comforting her a little girl that he seems to me to be in shock and the headline slaughter of Ariana Innocence many children a monkey 22 killed in suicide bombing at the pop concert at so there is something different about this isn't there for honest there is that we know that we've had the London bombings certainly and that was terrible I was here for that I was awful at a list of the largest killing to my knowledge on the mainland Britain since that time we had the Westminster attack didn't we are just not so long ago March 22nd at but here we have something it is a concert or musical the teeny Bopper concert so you know there be young people.
BBC Radio 4
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snow and I've caused you know this Arena very well thank you I do I know it from were playing outside it when I was a kid learns a busker and I know it from visiting it to attend other people shows down the years and I Know It song playing now with elbow and lots and lots of the staff that work there and uh yeah and it's part of the Heart of the city it is so much part of the city's identity plenty of people go to Manchester to study in in part because of its universities that but also because of its culture which includes it's musical.
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musical before he became the leader so I don't know the intention so obvious to me so why I think that I don't know you look at every visit the oldest exciting stories about aspiring taken out in Salford Ofsted about both sides it could be put in company and you know I I I I I I I can see the look of a Celebrity by Alexa so what do you think about this whole business information there was a time when American universities will we were under some regulations as to how much information could be past people a particular nationality in Chinese being a monkston do you like that kind of thing really has to be loosened up otherwise I supposed to use commercially sensitive information but nonetheless of all the time finally telling you can get hold of it anyway it always becomes point.
BBC Radio Wales
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just just shut down how long does it take before you can listen to music few months he didn't hear what it was to roll it was too emotional every time I listen to anything remotely musical at the most it would just hit me like a freight train like anything else you have to be in a position of being able to be open to being healed otherwise it's just pain and I was in pain but what was the piece that he will do so I started listen to the bus shuttle and heroes hits shortly after learning wife had died.
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is to ensure that the overall level of taxation increases at the moment the tax revenues in India only account for something like three and a half percent of GDP of total income which is really very low it now looks as if the tax revenues are starting to go up and the great thing about this is the difference with musical up it makes it much easier for the Indian government to be able to introduce the infrastructure programme the building of roads railways that is part and parcel of its long-term aim B and we got a good thing and in Dungarvan to selected but how are people feeling at the moment on the street about it but what's interesting is that they feel that the prime minister modi has only been there for 3 years is very likely to win a second term in 2000 and.
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ASOS days until very late night and channel of money she's a bath and that means that there if you were to say moving to an area where there is a live music scene like this at the musical be going until very late at night and the problem is that houses hotels it that you want to build her a lot these Benny's are and I'll be a class in England there is the agent of change which means if you are developing the move into an area where there is a pre-existing cultural my eyes economy it is your duty to resolve any issues that come from noise disturbances and I think stand at the moment and what was the case in Wales get some of the week we have not adopted that we've all powers up the same and one of them was planning law and we won't reading go.
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you don't have a rich musical history from Barbara Dickson to big country of course 70s rock legends Nazareth even if display Pete Agnew and singer Dan McCafferty it's somewhat the Mews to find themselves in a museum this is going to be the name the band Yes means more than.
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the grave of a really great me in Palmyra lot about and I really admire or I feel like I need a very good sense of what needed to be done be bothered about going to see the Musical one day I get a Carolina 70 blocks North on Broadway a fictionalised Alexander Hamilton has become an American Hero thanks to the writer Lin Manuel Miranda Stephen not says his show has some anachronism but he thinks they're forgivable enjoyed the show very much but there are some liberties that Lin Manuel Miranda talk with Hamilton slice Lynn makes too much out of Hamilton's abolitionism yes he was supposed to slavery yes he was a co-founder of the New York society for the menu mission of Slaves this sort of icing overdue Hamilton's abolitionism this this is not.
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and on the country's financial system Vincent Dowd reports Hamilton the musical opened in New York in 2015 wherever it's played since from San Francisco to Chicago Theatre audiences have loved it yet most people going to the theatre not knowing much about the man except that his face is on the $10 bill he is separated from the Revolution Whitby and there's a thing most people are not aware that much more it's been awhile since I had a history class so it's nice little refresher in there is a light that I didn't know to it so it maybe want to go and get a book learn some more probably the most.
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hey me and I was being reborn from something horrible that happened to me he accompanied mean every hour love my rehabilitation with Gary save me and in some ways he got me to where I am now he motivated me to once again carry on I love to hear a selection of those interviews in full and more extraordinary personal stories just go to our website search online for BBC Outlook but it's time to witness and the huge success of the Broadway musical Hamilton has led to renewed interest in the life of the 18th century American statesman Alexander Hamilton although he didn't live long enough to become president he is viewed as one of the founding fathers of the USA who had a major influence on the cause.
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tmti Matthew Bannister still to come on Outlook the extraordinary friendship that changed a blind bands live forever if you would read to me for example he would come in and say well Darkness is going to read to you now and I suppose he was thinking that for me his voice was emerging from my Darkness hello darkness my old friend ring any bells explain the musical mystery after the news BBC News with Justine Greene special prosecutor has been appointed in the United States to leave the investigation into alleged Russian interference in last year's presidential election after a week and mounting controversy he's robbing a former FBI chief the champ a minute.
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age of dealing with music they will have a problem with them so they told me that they would leave but they will come back the next day with the group that's has a remit of going for musical instruments he would teach me morals and get the devil out of me over the next few days I mean managed to avoid the militants eventually he took refuge in his relatives house elsewhere in the city but without his instruments I found out that one of my relatives has a violin but it and it was my dilemma if I played in Marrakech house then I would endanger their lives because if any of the neighbours hear the music then could reporters and I don't want to do that so what I did was try to build an instrument that the.
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who are you working for where are you fellow collaborators because I thought I was working for the Iraqi government in a wish never band music and he would just in effect today eventually take your instruments away by the integrated me for a fool 3 hours and one of them was going through my mobile phone and I was going through my computer and the third one was going through my notebook where I wrote some poems against them and of course my music pieces but then at the end of it all about 2 o'clock in the morning it turns out that searching for musical instruments and music was not this group speciality it was not the remit and they sort is the overstepped the Mark outside the remit the other sort of Groupon department if you like that was in.
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didn't know what was it he didn't know it was musical instruments so he came inside the house and look around and then he was shocked to see all these musical interests and that's when he shouted for his fellow militants telling them how come and look come and see what I found in this house and just tell me how many different musical instruments did he find a what were the National he found that I had two violins One guitar 1 cello and April own which is a traditional musician Schmidt with seventy two strings another instrument in the house as well he was Scream at me he was shouting how come you are living with the Devil's here Calling these instruments and you asked me where are you people.