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Alcohol consumption reportedly caused cancer tumours in 100,000 moderate drinkers last year According to a recent study published in The Lancet Oncology, the consumption of alcohol was scientifically proved to be responsible for 740,000 cancer tumours worldwide in 2020. Their research showed differences by region or sex, and revealed that three out…
 
The price of electricity in Spain has been rising for more than a year, but on July 21st 2021, it reached a new historic........... This amid an economic crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic and a national heatwave, has dealt another blow to Spanish pockets and has caused a wave of complaints. SPANISH town of Otero de Sanabria gets its own AVE train…
 
@RobDaniels joined @vincetracy discussing the rumours of the day before settling down to more serious topics. Rob told us about #JoaquimSanchez who is still playing for #Betis at the age of 4o. Rob then told us about #JonathonVanTann who is a Boston United supporter who just happens to be one of the top epidemiologists in the fight against #Covid. …
 
@vincetracy and @ericmalpus discussed the work involved in running Eric's #AlfazFantasyFootball League which is now into it's 28th year. Eric has a lot to be congratulated for in his splendid work for the football community. We developed an awareness of the 17 laws of the FootballAssociation and, in particular, we looked at the law involving the ta…
 
Don's topical rant followed by..........I don't know whether it's just me but BBC and ITV have hit a new low.....the standard of programmes is zero.....I find myself watching comedy and music programmes I have stored up from other channels and very rarely watch the normal TV....if you don't want to watch dreadful soaps or cookery programmes or thir…
 
Then we have the football with all the fans piling on to planes and jumping up and down in the stadiums and dancing around the pubs as England progressed through the Euros....and by some strange coincidence the covid rate is rapidly rising....I wonder why?...we not only have the matches afternoon and night on the telly but headline news each mornin…
 
Hedvig Hricak (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), Andrew Scott (Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute), Rifat Atun (Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health), and May Abdel-Wahab (International Atomic Energy Agency) discuss the latest Lancet Oncology’s Commission on Medical Imaging and Nuclear Medicine.…
 
Hedvig Hricak (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), Andrew Scott (Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute), Rifat Atun (Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health), and May Abdel-Wahab (International Atomic Energy Agency) discuss The Lancet Oncology’s Commission on Medical Imaging and Nuclear Medicine.…
 
Jet Harris is a legend. Jet has had an illustrious career as an original member of The Shadows, as Jet Harris with Tony Meehan and as the first musician to play an electric bass in the UK. Jet played on most of the early Shadows hits including the wonderful Apache and has re-issued his great hit Diamonds on his new album.…
 
In August 1966 Mike joined Manfred Mann, an established chart-topping group, as replacement for Paul Jones, who was leaving to start a solo career. Comparisons between d'Abo and Jones became a media preoccupation at the time of the switch, but d'Abo wasted little time dwelling upon it. "I enjoy being with the group," he told Pete Goodman. "We reall…
 
Mike Sarne was born Michael Scheuer at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London. Famous in the 1960s as a singer, he is best known for his 1962 UK novelty chart topper, "Come Outside" (produced by Joe Meek), which featured vocal interjections by Wendy Richard. In the mid 1960s Mike introduced the ITV children's quiz series, Junior Criss Cross Quiz. F…
 
Trinidad López III was an American singer, guitarist, and actor.[1] His first album included a cover version of Pete Seeger's "If I Had a Hammer", which earned a Golden Disc for himThe album included a version of Pete Seeger's "If I Had a Hammer", which reached number one in 36 countries, and was a radio favourite for many years.…
 
Terry looked at the dreadful flooding in the UK and what can be learned from experiences in Spain. We discussed unscrupulous builders and aspects of Terry's life in Spain. Terry suggested that Britain can learn from Holland how to manage water. As Terry told me, " You cannot stop water but you can direct it." This is a very interesting podcast espe…
 
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