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Fortsatta oroligheter i Egypten, Quincy Jones är dagens gäst  

Fortsatta oroligheter i Egypten, minst 24 poliser dödade i bakhåll / svenska filmhösten presenteras i dag / Pistoriusrättegången återupptas i Sydafrika/ QuincyJones - mannen bakom stor musik - såväl jazz som Michael Jackson är dagens gäst / Liam Norberg lämnade kriminaliteten och fann Jesus/ Alexander Bard berättar om nya Idol som startar i dag /Fredrik Paulun ger tips på hur du blir av med sockersuget

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Örnligan  

På våren 1993 förbereds premiären för en ny ungdomsfilm på landets biografer; "Sökarna" med skådespelaren Liam Norberg i huvudrollen. Förvåningen blir dock stor när Liam grips i samband med premiären, misstänkt för det största rånet i svensk kriminalhistoria.

I början av 90-talet har rånstatistiken i Sverige skjutit i höjden. På kort tid har postkontor, butiker och banker drabbats i en omfattning som saknar motstycke. Dessutom börjar värdetransportrånen bli alltmer populära. I kölvattnet efter gripandet av Liam Norberg växer nu bilden fram av en ny typ av brottslingar, och i kvällspressen blir "Örnligan" ett känt begrepp. Flera av medlemmarna har en örn tatuerad på armen och de delar en stark gemenskap kopplat till kampsporten! P3 Dokumentär berättar historien om Örnligan och Liam Norbergs brott i början av 90-talet. Producerat av: Fredrik Johnsson
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Deckarsuccén Unni Lindell är här, kvinnan bakom böckerna om kommissarie Cato Isaksen.Före detta rånaren Liam Norberg berättar om rekordkuppen alla talar om. - Fortfarande inga spår efter helikopterrånarna. Den mordmisstänkte sambon i Dalarna fortsätter att neka- han hävdar i stället att han blivit kidnappad och drogad. Terrormistänka svenskarna i Pakistan mår bra - i går fick svenska diplomater träffa de gripna. P4 Extra gör ett besök på bokmässan - vår rockande bibliotikarie som är med i bokklubben-läs med Lotta- rapporterar från bokmässan i Göteborg. Och nu börjar det bli hög tid och dags för mustiga höstgrytor. Carl Jan Grankvist är också på bok och biblioteksmässan - och han vet det senaste om kokböcker och veckans vintips - som idag passar till mustiga grytor. Hör också dagens krumeler som tillägnas Sven - han är på väg upp till Norrland för att tävla i den ädla konsten att plöja med häst.

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Livet och Döden P1 2009-08-22  

"En gång stannade jag framför en stor myrstack. För bara några dagar sedan hade solen kunnat leta sig fram mellan granarnas grenar och lyst upp den lilla gläntan som myrorna valt till sin boplats. Nu hade en sensommarstorm ändrat förutsättningarna. Träd hade fallit på ett för myrsamhället onaturligt sätt och stacken låg nu i konstant skugga. Längs mina fötter ringlade sig myrorna. De var på väg att bort. Hela myrstacken var på väg mot solen, bort från skuggan. Jag stod där ett bra tag och tittade på det avancerade logistiska projektet som utspelades vid mina fötter. Ett helt samhälle skulle flyttas och varje liten myra verkade veta exakt vad den skulle göra. Någon vecka senare återvände jag till gläntan. Myrstacken var tom. Flytten var avklarad. Länge trodde forskarna att myrstackens beslut fattades av någon myrdrottning med extra avancerad planeringsförmågan. Tesen visade sig vara falsk. Idag vet vi att ingen myra har har större fattningsförmåga än någon annan. Ändå kan myrstacken som kollektiv fatta beslut. Och sen genomföra dem med en noggrannhet som får vår egen flytt av Kiruna långt uppe i norr att likna ett hafsverk. Varje myra är en del i något större. Något som är oöverblickbart för den enskilda myran. Nu för tiden stannar jag alltid upp vid den övergivna stacken och skänker myrsamhället en tanke. Kanske är även jag en myra. Att mina steg styrs av ett sammanhang som är dolt för mig. Kanske är allt enbart en fråga om perspektiv." Medverkar i programmet gör Liam Norberg, intervjuad av Danjel Nam.

Mick McCarthy after #ITFC's loss to #HTAFC 2-0  

Radio Yorkshire's Liam Williams spoke to the Tractor Boys manager after their 2-0 loss to Huddersfield Town. #itfc #htafc #football

On a Knife Edge  

This hospital based youth violence work is taking place in the four London major trauma centres and Producer Sue Mitchell was given exclusive access to follow what happens. The charity, Redthread, now has teams in each of the trauma centres and their youth workers will be alongside victims from the point that they walk, or are stretchered, in. They're away from their communities and alienated from peers and this surreal period - 'the teachable moment,' as it's known - is seen as being an effective time because the young person is vulnerable, shocked and forced to confront assumptions of invincibility. Becky Calnan is a Redthread team leader at one of the London trauma centres and allows listeners to follow her work with nineteen year old Liam. He's been attacked on the street and turns up at Accident and Emergency with blood soaking into his coat and trousers. He tells her that he's been punched, kicked and stamped on as he was making his way to court for a scheduled appointment. She knows him already: just months earlier he was stabbed in his legs in a planned attack. Becky's been working with Liam ever since. His latest injuries don't surprise her: "He doesn't eat properly; he doesn't sleep as he's out at night, and he's paranoid because of how he's living: this all feeds into making these incidents much more likely to happen." Liam tells listeners about his life of court appearances, street violence and lack of ambition. He traces the start of his problems back to 2010, when he moved to a new area of London with his Mum and sisters. He knows he could make something of himself if he puts his mind to it, but there's too much daily pressure for him to even try: "I don't know what can happen next. There are young youth running around with big knives and my Mum and Nan are scared. I'm not scared. I spat blood on them when they attacked me." But Liam's bravado cracks slightly as he acknowledges the work that Becky's doing: "She's helped me, I do appreciate that. If there are things I need to get off my chest she listens and she doesn't judge me. I don't have anyone else like that to talk to." For Redthread the work is aimed at interrupting the cycle of violence which all too often sees the victim become the perpetrator. Liam describes being stabbed, jumped on and other attacks with a calm that would be more normally placed describing a shopping trip, say, not repeated street violence. He thinks he will end up dead unless he can change, but it's a hard task. Alongside Liam, Becky is helping others admitted every day. There's George, stabbed as he sat in his car, there are two victims who have yet to regain consciousness and a youngster who appears to have been paralysed in an attack. His long hospital stay provides a good opportunity to both tackle any possible acts of retribution and to begin considering the changes as he adapts to a very different life. Redthread's hospital programme launched in 2006 and the idea has been in play in America for longer. There is an international network of hospital based intervention programmes and the idea is gaining ground, with Nottingham and Basildon being the latest areas for this approach. In London alone there were more than 1,236 victims of knife crime under the age of 25 in the year ending April 2016 according to the Metropolitan Police. The workers are called as ambulances are en route and will be there from the start, getting alongside the young person and helping them navigate the hospital system. They're trying to build the kind of relationships which many of these young people won't have had in their communities and the organisation also offer gang exit work and mental health support. Dr Emer Sutherland, consultant clinical lead for the Emergency Department at King's College Hospital, said: "We set up the scheme at King's because we wanted to do more than just patch young people up and send them on their way. Hospitals have a unique opportunity to help try and stop the victim-perpetrator cycle. This is why talking to young people, at this key moment in their lives can help steer them away from the world of gang violence many find themselves in." Once they're in hospital they have a very private space for very private conversations: "Pain in some ways is a great mind opener. "It's so powerful to the medical team, we can remember before we had Red Thread, we would see some of these young people who come in with trivial injuries and then come back with more severe injuries. We see youth violence as like any other disease, so we might see them on their way to school when they've been mugged or beaten up, then what could happen is they could join a gang to try and make them safe, even though the exact opposite is the case, then we see them going from stabbed in arms or legs to being quite viciously targeted and very vicious attacks - we find those very worrying.

You're fired! Is there a new special relationship on the way?  

With Freddy Gray, Kate Andrews, Paul Wood, James Forsyth, Liam Halligan, Camilla Swift, and Kirsty Henderson. Presented by Isabel Hardman.

Liam Hoden on Doncaster season so far and the future  

Deputy head of sport Sheffield Star and regular at the Keepmoat Liam Hoden spoke about the rovers and the aims for the rest of the season.

Could therapy replace medicine for psychosis?  

A new study from King’s College London and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust has shown for the first time that cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) strengthens specific connections in the brains of people with psychosis, and that these stronger connections are associated with long-term reduction in symptoms and recovery eight years later. Laura Moulding says CBT was successful in treating her psychotic symptoms and Dr Liam Mason, a lead author of the study, explains how it works.

Hot om estnisk domstol efter bilvärdering på nätet, miljömärkta kläder och hemmafruar som ska börja jobba  

Robert hotas nu med estnisk domstol efter att han vägrat betala för bilvärdering på nätet. Allt fler kläder miljömärks. Hör när hemmafruarna skulle ut i arbetslivet. Robert värderade sin bil på nätet och fått betalningskrav efter betalningskrav - trots löften om att värderingen skulle vara gratis – nu dras svenska konsumenter inför estnisk domstol – vilket är förkastligt enligt Konsumentverket. Nu har de första jeansen som lever upp till miljömärket Svanens nya hårdare kriterier släppts på marknaden, men vad innebär det? Anna Norberg från Svanen medverkar i programmet. Repris av Plånbokens sommarserie, som tittar vi närmare på 70-talet. I många årtionden var mannen den självklara familjeförsörjaren. Men med stora skattereformer och barnomsorg skulle 70-talet bli en brytpunkt mellan gamla och nya ideal och förändra förutsättningarna för svenska familjers plånböcker. Plånbokens expert på försäkringar, Anna-Karin Baltzari Danfors svarar på lyssnarfrågor.

"Beautiful long legs and feathers."  

We have a good ol' fashioned chinwag with hip-hop hero Little Simz, plus Liam takes on a Lego expert in an epic Ibis Build-Off!

Jake Pratt January 16 Hour 1  

Guest's Include: Liam Maguire

The Blues Kitchen Radio: 16 January 2017  

Gaz is back from his North American travels to be reunited with Liam and bring you tunes from John Lee Hooker, Temples, The Marshall Tucker Band, Moby Grape, Johnny Shines, The Panthers, The Big Moon and Elvis Presley. Email the show on info@theblueskitchen.com and follow on Twitter @theblueskitchen.

Call Collymore 15th January  

Stan reviews all the weekend's action including the Manchester v Merseyside games. He's joined by former Everton and Liverpool players Kevin Kilbane and Mark Wright as well as Manchester City's Paul Lake. Journalists David Maddock, Simon Mullock and Liam Canning give their views on the performances and how they see the league shaping up. And of course Stan is joined by fans from a whole host of clubs to give their opinions about their beloved teams. Download the Call Collymore app www.collymore.com. Join Stan live on air every weekend or leave a message on the Rant Line 0330 380 9911.

"The can of worms that is your jacket collection."  

Liam's wardrobe (specifically his jacket collections) gets roasted by the general public and we catch up with Illy.

WOW Canelo Alvarez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Canelo Opens 9 to 1 Favorite  

The Cinco De Mayo Mexican Showdown between Saul “Canelo” Alvarez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. opens with the smaller fighter in Canelo as a 9-1 favorite via Sportsbook betting odds.  The all-Mexican affair which is expected to be in Las Vegas is being scheduled as a catchweight of 164.5Lbs. Canelo Alvarez is moving up over 10 pounds from his September 17th TKO victory vs. Liam Smith which was held at the Jr. middleweight limit of 154 Lbs while Chavez Jr. will have to shed 3.5Lbs from his last bout December 10th, a UD victory over Dominik Britsch held at 168Lbs.  Nestor “Nes” Gibbs and Boxing MD will discuss this hot topic with the TBV family. Join us and, of course, we will be taking live calls on air from you the voice of the people. From Alumni to first-time callers, we encourage everyone to call 1-425-569-5241 to voice your opinion.  Be sure to subscribe to us on https://www.patreon.com/Thaboxingvoice https://www.youtube.com/Thaboxingvoice and http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thaboxingvoice to receive one email a few minutes before we go live.   Stay updated by following us on Twitter @Thaboxingvoice Please consider leaving a review of the podcast on iTunes helps tremendously to raise the visibility of the podcast https://itun.es/us/oY7JJ.cg

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