by Fresh Fishing news from Newlyn, Cornwall.
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Tags: @fishwiveschoir #eatmorefish
ELIZABETH JACKSON: I'm going to finish this program in the way we started it, with Philip Williams. Only this time the mood is quite different - you could almost say festive. In the UK, the race to the music charts' Christmas number one is almost as highly anticipated as Santa's arrival himself. In the 60 years since the official UK Singles Chart began, the top spot has been claimed by a wide range of artists from The Beatles to The Spice Girls to Pink Floyd. It hasn't been without its controversies, as our Europe correspondent Phil Williams explains. ('Christmas Is All Around', from 'Love Actually' soundtrack plays) PHILIP WILLIAMS: As a pretty ordinary harmonica player and an even worse singer, my dreams of a number one record have receded with my hairline. But someone has to claim that shifting crown, and at Christmas in Britain there's a distinctly un-Christmas-y scramble for number one honours. Remember the movie 'Love Actually'?
Hello this is Misty again and we've had an amazing first day in Finland we woke up to just to simply beautiful morning all the trees around us were really sort of heavy with snow and it was just one of those really gorgeous winter scenes where snow is everywhere it was very calm actually still so where we're staying was right on the side of the lake. So when we went out on to the lake shore it was just absolutely silent there was not a sound and everything was muted by the heavy snow cover every where and even the trees you'll see they just weren't moving at all. It's absolutely glorious and we wandered into the place ___ staying and very kindly the lady who owns the place that invited ___ and there's lots of different types and ___
Hi this is Cristie. Today was a little bit sad cos we left Norway of the ___ 3 weeks of travelling from south to north but it was all so exciting because leaving Norway ___ we cross the border into Finland. So it's a whole new country to explore and we really looking forward to that and we'd noticed that we entered a new country Mercy cos the radio. We've been listening to Sammy and the region invoices on the radio and now we had Finland finish for the first time and it was really quite different and a quite different music case as well. We're getting a lot of rock and Euro pop ___ in Norway. So we need to seeing a change. We will finish to change in a temperature. It was really very cold this morning. It got down into the minus 30 I think ___ we got something like that. We'd kinda ___ is. We need ___ working outside the Land Rover. We have to be quite ___
by Nikischer Course Announcements
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Tags: Discussion boards, literature review, CEP week
Hello Everyone, I can’t believe it, it is already week #15 our- final week in the course! Next week, of course, is CEP week and you do have a Research Journal Entry due on Monday, as well as a course evaluation (which will be email to you by an outside vendor). But this is really the last week of the heavy lifting in our course, ADE 689. Thank you so much for all of your hard work. The discussion is going very well. I think these past three weeks of presentation discussion have been incredibly valuable, and I can see how you all are progressing in the questions you ask and the comments you make about each presentation. I am seeing real growth here and I think it is incredible. Make no mistake, you have learn a tremendous amount of information in this course. The final two assignments of the course- the Literature Review and the Hypothetical Research Presentation- are among the hardest assignments in the entire ADE program. They were supposed to be challenging. I am glad that you found them challenging and I hope you were able to see how learning about the research methods is one thing, but applying those methods to readings to analysis and synthesis of articles, and applying those methods to an actual research project, is a different animal all together. I am so happy in this course that we were able to both learn about the methods and actually apply and use the methods. I think you are all doing a terrific job and I love the growth that I am seeing on the discussion boards. You all received back from me via email your scored literature reviews. Great work everyone! Doing a literature review is a tremendous undertaking and you should be very proud of yourself for completing one. I sent them via email so that you will get all of my detailed comments in your Word documents. I know the Blackboard grade book has been a source of great frustration to us all, so for that assignment I decided just to send it to you directly so that we can cut the Blackboard middle man. Please do review the comments I made in your Literature Reviews and do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns. As always, if you think you were graded inappropriately or unfairly, definitely contact me right away. I’d be happy to talk with you about your score. In general, I think you all did a really good job and I think you all are moving forward, which is the most important point. This week we are finishing up our discussions. We have three presentations going and you all are doing an excellent job on those discussions. The boards are open until Wednesday 10pm. On Thursday, I will post the presentation scores to our presenter’s grade books and I will post those presentations summaries in each of the presentation discussion boards. Those summaries are my interpretation of what the most important critiques of each presentation have been. Please do not look at peer feedback or my feedback as a critique of you- this is a really important and essential process in learning how to become a great researcher. We’ve (those of us who are now working in research and scholarship) all go through the peer review process. We’ve all had some really critical critiques, and if you can learn how to use those critiques to make your work better, well then you can truly do something great. So, thank you for being open to the process, I think it can be challenging, but it is so very critical to becoming a great researcher, a great scholar and a great student. So thank you for your openness, again. My summary post and those scores will be posted on Thursday, and that really is the conclusion of the heavy work course. In the CEP week folder, there will be another (my final) ipadio course announcement, as well as a Goodbye Discussion Board. If you would like to post a farewell message to any of your peers in the course, you can do so there. And of course, you will have one final Journal Entry to reflect back on the work that you’ve done in this class. Next weekend, please take a minute, if you can, to run a grade report or to look at your scores in the course and to see what score you expect to get and what score you want to get in the course. If you think I have put a score in incorrectly or something isn’t scored, please contact me. Hopefully by the weekend the Blackboard grade book will be in excellent shape and you will be able to do the exercise without too much trouble. I will be available via email over the weekend and on Monday, and next Tuesday morning I have my final office hours from 8-9am. I am happy to speak with you over the telephone or meet with in person. So again, please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns. Thanks everyone- have a great week!
Hi this is Felicity and I'm calling from pretty much as Northern as North as you can get in Norway the famous end of Norway is a place called Nord Cap Nord Cape and we couldn't quite get there today cos of the weather. So we're in a little village a little short of that but we're gonna stay here over night and the storm is raging outside it's really incredible it just suddenly the visibility just disappears and you can have ___ wind for a minute or 2 and then it'll die back down again so you go from being able to see something a few kilometres away to not being able to see something a few inches away. We only got this far because of the help of the snow plough men who drive up and down the road they get covered in snow and keep it clear so that people can get through to the villages up here but even they closed the road to Nord Cap today because it was too windy. Apparently yesterday they advised had one of these huge snow plough machines get physically blown off one of the roads cos it was
by Key West This Week
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Tags: key west, murder, mystery
Author, Lucy Burdette joins us to talk about her new book, Murder with Ganache. This is the fourth in her mystery series about a chef that lives in Key West. We also talk about some of the current real life mysteries in the keys.