That was the course the other thing with seven day and test because there was a benefit to the individual from that because they were paying for the test. We can revisit everything but at the moment. But I can give no guarantees. We continue to wait for news that Coronavirus is in retreat and other countries and the number of infections and admissions to hospital is starting to fall. I’ve received information suggesting that there are key workers who are working amongst Manx workers without restrictions after self isolating just seven days followed by a test. So it’s not we’re not saying no, if it’s just ring adopter, don’t just you know, you don’t have the right just to turn up to be tested because you think you might speak to the medics on the official call. Until Bernie Quayle, of Manx Radio on the Isle of Man, managed to get some information about what happened, all of the Bee Gees were silent about that incident. Stu Peters 14:51Well, no, no, go ahead. Crews from Scotland and Northern Ireland who are licenced to fish in Manx waters use our harbours. Both sides are eager to reach a settlement to give businesses and people a stable environment in which to continue to trade. Many of us value our relationship with our doctor. Stu condemned racism but since then people have accused Stu Peters of racism. The article has truly peaked my interest. As always, you should verify the transcript below from the audio before quoting and relying upon it. The page continues to turn on the COVID-19 story, but unfortunately, a happy ending is not yet in sight. He has worked on several Manx Radio shows, most recently including The Late Show: Stu Peters; Late, Live & Unleashed! But I can’t help but say that the last week and a bit has felt like a real kick in the teeth to all of us who have worked so hard to ensure we have a system that works and can’t emphasise enough how demoralised it is left many of us fear loss feeling who are just quietly getting on with our jobs in helping to keep our Ireland safe. Isle of Man TV channel - produced by Paul Moulton for PMC-TV. The media reporting and social media comments that I’ve seen over the last week or so have left me feeling Why do I bother? So that’s why the numbers are low at the moment. For many people, there won’t be any change. Stu Peters 18:22Can I speak again? So the interim report, certainly for now is the final report. Dashcam Lessons Recommended for you Jordan (caller) 17:19Listen, for all lives to matter, we have to raise the people of all creeds, colours, religions, to the level that white people’s privilege allows them to be. Um, David, you want to expand on the the other question? David Ashford 29:39Well, no, I wouldn’t be self referral arcs it would be it’d be based upon the symptoms the person has shown. It really cheapens each show. Both changes will be available as soon as the necessary legislative changes have been made, which we expect to be in place early next week. Part two of our interview with Manx Radio Director Charles Guard who continues to explain why he thinks Paul Moulton has been biased with some … David Ashford 22:22Yeah. Now in retirement we catch up with one of the original greats of Manx Radio, David Callister, who looks back on his media career. Listening to Manx Radio on 1638 kHz. You should not rely upon it — it is transcribed by an automated online speech recognition service, and I cannot guarantee its accuracy. Now, I think it’s Dr. Glover, who’s on record is saying that by teaching the seven day test option for people coming back to the island, we are effectively depriving ourselves of valuable data. We are keeping abreast of developments in the negotiations and ensuring that our interests are protected and represented within the talks. That sounds like a common sense approach. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. COVID-19 has this sort of preference for attacking the lungs. What if anything, is the government considered to assess residents who can’t afford to lose work leaving the island to visit their immediate family for whatever reason they need to? If patients refuse to cooperate, then ultimately it is going to delay them getting an appointment. So what’s your advice to others who might find themselves in this rather difficult position where they can’t work, if someone in their household is self isolating? Those of us in the wider team have just quietly got on with our jobs, we are not looking for praise or recognition. And we know that there’s cases emerging of long term lung scarring, which has a massive impact, also what’s been referred to as sticky blood syndrome, where it’s been thickening of the blood. As of yesterday, 53 people waiting for test just six people awaiting results. We don’t have any of that. But for the media to portray that this is down to one individual or posture individuals views as definitive is highly insulting to the rest of us, who over this year have all work long hours, and sacrifice both personal and family life. Telegraph Expat contacted Manx Radio, which declined to comment on the issue as the police are looking into it. It says, “I expect the protests will be in front of the USMC in Douglas. Thank you. Let’s go to line one. November 24, 2020. How are our intensive care bed numbers looking when we’re looking at all this? Coronavirus topics renamed and some locked. That’s almost 100,000 people catching Coronavirus every day, with cases rising in every age group and region. Stu Peters 17:29I’ve had no more privilege in my life than you have, Jordan. Howard Quayle 38:04It’s highly complex. We have agreed to a test on day seven for patients with two or more appointments in a rolling four week period. But it seems a pointless exercise doing say 1000 tests a day when we haven’t bearing the cost when we haven’t got it in the community. So it’s just trying to get the balance, right. This is a very rough and unverified transcript of the Isle of Man Government Press Conference conducted on 30 October 2020. And David, anything extra? So firstly, can you confirm that there are some key workers on the island that are able to work alongside max workers without restrictions after seven days in the test? Jordan (caller) 14:45“ALL LIVES MATTER in capitals.” And there’s so many things wrong with this. The report warns that the measures in place have not prevented the odd number from increasing. The station began broadcasting on 29 June 1964, almost ten years before commercial radio was licensed in the United Kingdom.The Isle of Man, having its own government and laws, was not subject to the rules prohibiting commercial broadcasting in the UK. In the UK. And surgery staff should be able to expect the same. The elements borders are currently closed to non residents. Home : Explore the BBC: You and Yours - Transcript BBC Radio 4: Print This Page: TX: 17.08.05 - … The following is a partial transcript of an interview CD called Come Home To Ellan Vannin: The Follow-Up, where Maurice Gibb discusses what happened. Jordan (caller) 18:07with you any longer with that with that kind of opinion. Stu Peters 18:26You’re just gonna rant? Also this week, researchers have suggested that immunity against Coronavirus may only last a few months after infection based on sharp and on a sharp fall and the number of people testing positive for antibodies. I understand it really was a table tech tabletop exercise by komen, looking at all the different scenarios and you release some of that information there. So we have to remember that I’ve always said, we look, I look forward to the day when a test comes out that when you’re tested, it gives you Yes or No, you’ve got COVID-19 we’re not in that situation yet. Because one thing I do agree with Rachel on is it is useful information to have. If we were to rely solely on border testing, the figures suggest that we would only pick up 7% of infected cases, through border testing, if you would do you would have to do later Testing Day five, day seven, as we were doing or day 10. It seems appeal is the place to be some of the roads will be closed for a parade and local events before fires are lit on the beach and the display begins. It may feel and look a little strange. My, Unknown Speaker 44:28Hello, good afternoon. And I know Spain are looking at having a form of lockdown till the end of March of next year. What I am doing is I’m reading out a letter which I have received from members of staff, which I received in the post yesterday, which I think is you know, which I think their view is just as legitimate as anyone elses. And if they came back as negative, they were allowed for the second week. David, have you anything you want to add? So that should we have a situation that suddenly changes. other jurisdictions, if you look at New Zealand, for example, everyone mentions how successful they are. Things weren't *that* quiet." But as I say, sadly, the the South is starting to catch up with the north and there are predictions that the whole of the UK will be locked down. Howard Quayle 41:48right sound? Yesterday, we had a look in detail at a number of options for modifying our testing regime. And we need to reverse that. Stay in. And that questionnaire is part of this. But it needs to be done in a measured medical way. What extra can tell us about that? I will leave it there. So call line, Unknown Speaker 30:40isn’t the Sorry, it’s based on the whole sort of default position to say isolate for 14 days he wouldn’t be tested and you wouldn’t find out if you had it or not. Hello, this is late live and unleashed, apparently. So what we need to do is more surveillance testing around those coming back, which ties into the answer I gave to Simon a few moments ago. Stu Peters 15:20I don’t understand why people on the Isle of Man are protesting in support of black lives matter in America, which is 3000 miles away. In terms of surveillance testing, I think we do need to move to some form of surveillance testing. Stu Peters, a presenter on Manx Radio, has been suspended, pending an investigation, for an on-air exchange with a black caller. That’s something the Council of Ministers is discussing. Some of these encounters have left GP practice staff deeply upset and distressed. It was an absolutely excellent presentation, it was very well received by members. You can listen to the underlying audio online here. So yeah, where we we look at two other matters. David Ashford 43:41Yeah, so the preliminary results are basically going to be the full results for now. Howard Quayle 0:00Well, good afternoon, everyone. So it’s something we’re aware of I can’t give you sadly an answer now because there is no answer anywhere in the world on how we handle this situation. Bought, we do have to recognise that even that form of testing has limitations. I can understand to a point why people I can understand very clearly why people in America are protesting about it. And we do have valuable systems within both pathology and microbiology and a range of highly skilled staff. Unknown Speaker 45:35you. Jordan (caller) 15:29Right. Best of Brake Check Gone Wrong (Insurance Scam) & Instant Karma 2019 |Road Rage, Crashes Compilation - Duration: 15:20. Isle of Man TV channel - produced by Paul Moulton for PMC-TV. David Ashford 26:56Yep, so in relation to that, Alex, if we were if we go back over the figures doing on average, just under 200 tests a day when we had the seven day and test in place. transcript: "this is manx radio on 230 metres mediumwave, broadcasting also on v.h.f. When you go to New Zealand you are put into a quarantine centre. A former Hollywood script reader has described the Isle of Man as "gold mine of talent" after judging a competition for Manx writers. Doug Fargher (1926 - 1987) also known as Doolish y Karagher or Yn Breagagh (The Liar), was a Manx language activist, author, and radio personality who was involved with the revival of the Manx language on the Isle of Man in the 20th century. Stu peters has been suspended from his late night phone in talk show on Manx Radio after allegations of racism have been made against him after a rude caller Jordan Maguire ranted at him and did not allow Stu Peters to reply. We have refreshed our websites to ensure that everything is up to date and relevant. And if we are asking people to isolate anyway, it doesn’t really provide us with any more reassurance than we have with people isolating now. But you have automatically, the system is built for you to win already. Tuesday saw the highest daily death toll since last May, with sadly 367 deaths recorded. And all the full results of bastoni available anywhere. if you would, why don't you contact mr kennon, of eight pumice road, douglas, and you can see his litter of puppies. Back in the summer, I imagine most of us thought that by autumn, the pandemic would be largely behind us. We welcome the visit visiting fishermen. None of this is obviously ideal. Stu Peters 15:38But who are you standing…. So it is on a case by case basis, what’s taken into account is the role they’re being brought over for what that role actually consists of who they will be coming into contact with during that role. But there is no point just doing general community testing, because that is something you would do in the middle of a pandemic in order to try and trace the route. And I have to go through these things that you don’t see so you don’t think they exist or I kind of believe that you are intellectual man to a degree, you are either extremely ignorant or extremely. I don’t like announcing things until we’ve got a clear pathway on how we’re going to operate it to make sure that we we can operate that. David Ashford 3:07Thank you very much Chief Minister. Whereas we look, do we do testing on day 10? To pick up day 10 testing, you would expect to get about 98% of cases. Watch Queue Queue Thanks very much, Alex, I’m Thank you all very much for your questions. For all lives to matter, black. Jordan (caller) 15:40Let’s think about World War One. Howard Quayle 27:48That said, that said before your comment your your next question, Alex, that said, I think we’ve won 1500 tests and circling the last fortnight because we’re testing everyone who’s coming into hospital for procedures. I think we’ve had discussions before about the way COVID-19 interacts in the early days of incubation, and the chances of picking it up. Unknown Speaker 18:58I thought it was all technology that has done for me. And I think it has made it a lot clearer to members of Tim Ward, why we use PCR testing, and why that is the gold standard test compared to all the tests that are on the market. Doug Fargher (1926 - 1987) also known as Doolish y Karagher or Yn Breagagh (The Liar), was a Manx language activist, author, and radio personality who was involved with the revival of the Manx language on the Isle of Man in the 20th century. Yes, it’s hard for people wanting to go away to visit family, we’re looking at helping as many people as we can we know we’ve got Christmas coming over. Unknown Speaker 25:22Yeah. I wish the both the media and those on social media would think before they publish or post and think about the demoralising effect that Ill informed comments can have on those of us who have been working above and beyond, day in and day out for over half a year. Unknown Speaker 43:24Thank you. So this, you know, whilst we respect the information on the presentation was very good and well attended by all accounts. A wonderful soundscape featuring new and original PAMS jingles, the big hits and original studio quality commercials from the 60s first aired on Manx Radio and Radio Caroline. Time Stamps and automatically-generated speaker names should help in the verification. And you can’t have gatherings over over a certain number. Best of Brake Check Gone Wrong (Insurance Scam) & Instant Karma 2019 |Road Rage, Crashes Compilation - Duration: 15:20. But we also have to look at a load of other data. But if there are any tweaks going forward, then I’ve always said plagiarism is the most sincerest form of flattery and we’d be more than happy to adapt or copy. What do you perceive as the worst case scenario for the Isle of Man? Nothing about the receptionist’s question and questions changes that. It is all set out on the website and guide which offer an easy to use overview and there are signposts to other documents and websites for anyone who needs further detail. Well, we’re always looking at new ideas. there remain However, some significant areas of disagreement. Scientists warn that the second wave of COVID has not yet peaked and may be longer than the first. My, Unknown Speaker 41:23estimate, gentlemen, I just want to start with them. David Ashford 46:23And in relation to that, Alex, though, you know, there is no legal bar on them going to work. And what happened? how would you like a beautiful pedigree alsatian? And I think we’re all keen to protect that. But that work has only been possible. David, would you like? Latin-based. The implication felt by many of us is that it is being implied that the rest of us are either not qualified or competent enough to do our jobs, which could not be further from the truth. But this year on a new regime, there will unfortunately be fencing and some security staff at the harbours creating I suppose a tangible border. Before relying or quoting anything contained here, you … And we felt we needed another week on some of the greater detail on how we were going to implement what we’re going to announce. Or are you just gonna rant? The Chief Minister and I have stood here many times to praise the Manx public for their incredible commitments in helping all Ireland through the pandemic. Its far from a playing field. But life is far from perfect at the moment, but we are better off the most. Unknown Speaker 20:42So you will be acting upon her advice on that really? # iom # coronavirus. Dashcam Lessons Recommended for you Now, the rationale was I think that we at least know what the covid 19 impact great was, and be able to do the genomics for track and trace should it spread. And in this case, the employer whoever it may be has obviously clearly assessed the role the person is doing and feels that it is too much of a risk for them to go to work. Now. Before relying or quoting anything contained here, you should verify it against the underlying audio recorded here, IOM Health Minister claims to have destroyed his "Anonymous Letter", Creating Manx jobs to save Manx - and global - lives. In the summer, we eliminated the virus and maintained the COVID free status for more than 100 days. But if you visit the EU trade with the EU or come from the EU, then it is important to check if there is anything you need to do to prepare for these rule changes. That’s something we would have to look at again, but it’s not in our imminent plans at this moment. There’s also within the medical side, we do have people that come over for the day, at which point we use a rapid test, which were limited to 16 a day to be able to do that that will give the result within about half an hour to an hour. But if you look at jersey who have a test at the border situation, at this moment in time, there are schools shot in Jersey they have 6070 active cases in the Caribbean Unity, and they have social distancing. On Air Saturday Breakfast Club George Ferguson | 6:00am - 8:30am. A month-long exhibition that aims to "reframe perceptions" of children in care has opened at the Manx Museum. Just remind you, Paul, before you start your second question, that we have Mr. Khan, who was head of our microbiology, and a number of highly qualified people in that team, who advise government and advise our goal committee on on decisions that which help the Council of Ministers form their decisions. Jordan (caller) 16:31I’d love for you to. None. We have identified areas where our people and our businesses may need to do things differently. So I’ve just asked people to bear in mind and remember that the staff are asking these questions to keep us all safe as a community if a risk is identified, it does Don’t mean the patient can’t have an appointment. Yeah. These unpleasant encounters are making life difficult for GP staff. Surely we can’t be blamed. Well, it’s a very good question, I’m more than happy to share my experience that I personally have lost probably 95% of my taste, and 95% of my smell. So that is that that is the choice of the employer. Unknown Speaker 21:26Well, you’re the reason we didn’t have the press conference yesterday, said workshops. Reply. Unknown Speaker 20:01tool on Tuesday, didn’t she? LME PODCAST NO MUSIC Nov 15 of 2020. Howard Quayle 30:55Okay. Becoming Manx by choice, he loves the Isle of Man, his football club, alpacas, burgers and pizza. It’d be interesting to see how many people really did uptake it if we offered 14 day testing. And unfortunately, basically. Obviously, the seven day test is now being removed. But we’re not discussing it at the moment and Council of Ministers just to reassure everyone. So obviously Council of Ministers continuously reviews the policies we have in place, we tend to review policies on a two week rolling basis, which I think we’ve discussed in interviews before, Paul, this is no different yesterday, we were looking at all the various facets, obviously the change in the situation in the UK, where it continues to see growth plays into that. So some of that is out of our control. David Ashford 33:54It basically forms part of their of their isolation order. Our mantra for the pandemic is very apt for the weekend ahead. # iom # coronavirus. Otherwise an IOM protest about police brutality in America make no sense except as a virtue signalling snowstorm. Members of public, responding to proposals to overhaul the Isle of Man's criminal justice system, call for more "accountability" of the Manx courts. This video is unavailable. Howard Quayle on the Mannin Line, 3 June 2020. Before relying or quoting anything contained here, you … As such, this person’s employer says that they cannot come to work, if they’re in a household with someone who’s self isolating, now that they live with a person who has begun self isolation. british broadcasting corporation radio 4 transcript of “file on 4”- ‘regional development agencies’ current affairs group transmission: tuesday 4th march 2008 2000 - 2040 repeat: sunday 9th march 2008 1700 - 1740 reporter: allan urry producer: jenny chryss editor: david ross programme number: 08vq3936lho . -Co-ordinating the Manx Radio ‘In Association With’ programme, cultivating media partner relationships with events such as concerts, shows and community events. So there is various key worker pathways there, what they do still have restrictions on those pathways as to what people can do and how they can interact with others. In other news saw this on a graph earlier. Search. And now turn to Brexit. So it was factual information. Jordan (caller) 14:07Yep. We are my number one concern and that’s at the Council of Ministers, and I’m sure all timbal members is to ensure we protect life on the Isle of Man and enable our economy to continue to to thrive. He’s being accused of racism, or racist speech, or, if you prefer, not kowtowing to current fashion, and so is suspended from his show on that Manx radio. But what I can’t understand is why people around the rest of the world are protesting and specifically in the Isle of Man, why you would have a protest outside of Tynwald about it. We can’t. And I want to put on record my sincere thanks to them today. Total speakers. new rules will come into force for the United Kingdom and ourselves from the first of January 2021. But it doesn’t make any sense to me, which is the point that I was trying to make on the Manxforums thread. And last but not least Alex Bell from BBC Isle of Man. Now in retirement we catch up with one of the original greats of Manx Radio, David Callister, who looks back on his media career. So please can I just appeal that we all uphold mutual tolerance and respect and continue to show that great community spirit that has really been at the forefront of this year. Good afternoon, Simon. The location of the war you fight has no bearing on the reason or the validity of it. Josh Stokes 12:59customer Chief Minister, my first question to both of you, what are both your initial reactions to the resignation of Dr. Rachel Glover this week? So basically, if you did 16 a day, that’s 16 hours of test. If you think, well, I’ve got a friend’s party down the road or a christening coming up, I’ve had a test, it’s fine. Okay, Howard Quayle 44:21thanks very much, Sam. Stu peters has been suspended from his late night phone in talk show on Manx Radio after allegations of racism have been made against him after a rude caller Jordan Maguire ranted at him and did not allow Stu Peters to reply. We have also updated our interactive guide which is available at Gov dot i m, and you will see information popping up on our social media channels. Well, obviously I’m saddened that Rachel’s decided to take that course of action. 0 « 1 2 » Go. Jordan (caller) 15:53Today 2.3% of the island’s male population. Because Because under the rules as long as the person is self isolated away, and shared areas are cleaned down after every use, as it currently stands, the rest of the household can go about their business and into both obviously, different employers have their own internal policies. And I’m in no way comparing their sacrifices to that of protesters. Josh Stokes 34:00Is this modification at any published anywhere that people have access to? Yes, I’m not aware of anything else. So what’s her information? Our frontline health staff play a vital role protecting the most vulnerable patients and ensuring that our vital services continue to run. Search Manx Radio. It’s 75 years since the end of World War Two and to mark the event on Manx Radio; an original drama from the award-winning playwright - Tony Perrin. And yes, we are seeing some evidence of that, thankfully, not at the critical side of things. David Ashford 32:43Yes. But yeah, that’s a long COVID impact. Here’s a transcript between a talk radio host on Manx Radio (Isle of Man, UK) and a caller: Stu Peters (SP): Let’s go to line one, I think we’ve got somebody else who wants to have a quick word. Manx Radio, the national radio station of the Isle of Man; This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Manx. It was a technical presentation around how PCR works. November 13, 2020 I’ve heard that patients are saying there is no community covid cases in the island. And testing is a medical process. In order to keep our island safe. The Transcript: Stu Peters & ‘Jordan’ on Manx Radio, 3 June 2020. But I think that what that man did is that he murdered George Floyd and I think that’s awful. It’s all in any of the models we’ve spoken on? David Ashford 19:27And that’s only agree. 6 June Update: I adjusted the second last sentence above from “We’ve got somebody else online too!” to “We’ve got somebody else on line two!”. Okay, we move on to Josh Stokes from ITV Granada now, Josh. I think in terms of testing, it must be the person that decides they’re happy to be tested. David Ashford 30:48know if someone is displaying symptoms, they would be referred for testing. In the islands people are living without social distancing facemask so all the daily restrictions, schools and workplaces are open events are being staged. So I would hope that next week, we’ll have more from yesterday’s meeting. And the other issue. We’ll move on to all my newspapers and Sam Tatton Good afternoon, Sam faster. But of course, we are aware of the number of people who haven’t family on the island and are wanting to go and see family but their annual leave is they’re going to struggle to fit that all in with a 14 day period. Manx (Manx: Gaelg or Gailck, pronounced or or ), also known as Manx Gaelic, and also historically spelled Manks, is a Goidelic language of the Celtic language family, itself a branch of the Indo-European language family.The language of the Manx people was spoken as a first language on the Isle of Man until the death of the last native speaker, Ned Maddrell, in 1974. And it has been amazing how as a community we have come together. So it wouldn’t be a charge for tests. And and in fact, we did an interview on Monday where we discuss this very issue, Howard Quayle 19:58right, your question? So your next question, Paul? A low power station, on a very busy frequency, not often heard in Central France. Dr. Glover deserves praise for the work that she has undertaken. It is a real body blow. _pF_ Posts: 495. FM & AM 89, 89.5, 97.2, 103.7 & AM1368. Howard Quayle 34:17Yeah, but if it’s not published on our website, I’ll and sure it is Josh, everyone got nothing to hide more than happy for it to be shared. Okay. And like I say there’s going to be conversations around that over the next couple of weeks. Online Listen on Radioplayer. Manx (native name Gaelg or Gailck, pronounced [ɡilk] or [ɡilɡ] [5]), also known as Manx Gaelic, and as the Manks language, [6] is a Goidelic language of the Indo-European language family, historically spoken by the Manx people. 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