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UK Column News Podcast 22nd June 2018 by UK Column
 
Marcus’ aunt is particularly giddy today after Argentina’s woeful showing against Croatia, with further dispatches from good old Slappy regarding the sweary reaction to the result over there. There’s also a little reminder that Germany lost to Mexico, which they did when they lost to Mexico, the importance of Olivier Giroud, a history of Herve ...…
 
One of the biggest stories of this World Cup in Russia continues to unfold as Argentina stand on the brink of elimination after their 3-0 drubbing by Croatia. Natalie Sawyer is joined by Oliver Kay, Matt Dickinson and Bill Edgar as Lionel Messi struggles to carry a country on his shoulders. We discuss the likelihood of Raheem Sterling being rep ...…
 
Max and the panel reflect on Argentina’s collapse, France’s water carriers and the secret importance of away kits
 
As Melania Trump makes a surprise visit to border facilities in Texas, the White House has been accused of expressing mixed messages over when the separated families will be reunited.Also in the programme: We speak to the Austrian foreign minister Karin Kneissl about Europe's immigration crisis. And we have a special report from the Sahel on ho ...…
 
Former Australia cricket captain Adam Gilchrist sits down with Jonathan Agnew to answer questions from Test Match Special listeners.Gilchrist talks about a range of topics including his early life and how his cricket career developed. He also comments on broader issues from within the world of cricket.…
 
The US political battle over migrant children separated from parents has shifted to Congress, after Donald Trump signed an order to halt the policy. Hear from one Republican member of Congress critical of how the White House has handled the immigration crisis.Also in the programme: we're on the frontline of the war against Islamist extremism in ...…
 
Italy says curbing the boatloads of Mediterranean migrants is the priority. Also: Israeli PM's wife charged with fraud and Koko the famously social gorilla dies in California.
 
UK Column News Podcast 21st June 2018 by UK Column
 
So-called ‘citizenship-by-investment’ – the selling of passports - is a global industry worth billions of dollars and it’s completely legal. The idea is simple – invest huge sums of money in a country you want a passport from and in return acquire residency rights or citizenship, even visa-free access to all European member states. The UK offer ...…
 
Sepp Blatter is here, Luis Suarez is scoring, Pepe’s had a fall… oh it’s a classic already. Mostly. Yesterday was a bit drab actually, but whatever. It may have been a cagey day but we’re still having a lovely old time. We discuss Roy Keane’s change of nationality, Cristiano Ronaldo’s giant locker and find that you, our beloved listeners, are n ...…
 
Available for one month only, here's a classic episode from the AMT archives: EPISODE 69, DUDES! And it has questions to match its name: why does a questioneer's twin have a bigger wanger than he does? Why conduct a relationship via MSN? Would you stick your dick into mashed potato? And lava lamps = SEXY LAMPS. The original post about this epis ...…
 
US President signs an executive order promising to keep families together. Also, the British government avoids defeat over Brexit and scientists create pigs that are resistant to a highly infectious disease by editing their DNA.
 
Another day, another England story as a wander into the woods ends with manager Gareth Southgate in a sling. Natalie Sawyer gets an update from the England camp with Paul Joyce who has also been speaking to Ruben Loftus-Cheek about his future at Chelsea. Gab Marcotti gives us a full breakdown of events in Group B where Cristiano Ronaldo becomes ...…
 
Max and co run the rule over Ronaldo, Spain’s narrow win over Iran and whether Gareth Southgate’s shoulder injury will derail England’s hopes If you think this podcast is worth something, then you can support The Guardian from as little as £1. It only takes a minute - go to gu.com/fw
 
After days of pressure, US President Trump has signed an executive order to end the practice of dividing parents from their children, if they cross the border into the US and are detained for being illegal migrants. We hear from our reporter and a youth care worker at a detention centre in Arizona. Also on the programme, an inquiry into the dea ...…
 
Simon Hughes and Simon Mann discuss with former England batsman Bill Athey whether the balance is right between bat and (white) ball as England's batsmen destroy Australia's bowlers
 
The government says the new laws are needed to protect Hungary's security and identity. Critics say they demonise asylum seekers and will be used to target human rights activists and civil society groups working with migrants. Also: An inquiry into the deaths of elderly people at a hospital in southern England has concluded that more than 450 p ...…
 
The South Sudanese leader, Salva Kiir, and the rebel leader, Riek Machar, are due to hold talks for the first time in two years, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The country has been devastated by civil war since 2013. We will look at the role played by the Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed. Also in the programme: An inquiry into deaths of elderly ...…
 
UK Column News Podcast 20th June 2018 by UK Column
 
In a quest to show off new-found wealth or social status, and in a race to out-do their neighbours, people are going to extremes to put on the most lavish wedding. Ugandan nuptials are now big business with big dresses, big venues and big bills. Having reached marrying age British-Ugandan journalist Mugabi Turya travels to Uganda to find what i ...…
 
The first round of games is done and dusted but never fear, the second one has just begun! We delight in Russia’s strange status as both hosts and surprise package, ponder the next moves for Colombia and Poland and look ahead to Cristiano Ronaldo battling it out with Own Goal for the coveted golden boot. Elsewhere Carlos Valderrama has been res ...…
 
When disaster struck his community in remote Chin state, Dr SaSa rushed to help – and found himself trying to treat 400 people a day
 
Host nation Russia are as good as qualified for the last 16 of the World Cup, for the first time ever. Natalie Sawyer is joined by Alyson Rudd and James Gheerbrant as Mo Salah’s Egypt are set to head home. With Dele Alli suffering a thigh strain, former Liverpool physio Mark Leather gives his prognosis on the severity of the injury, while Henry ...…
 
President Trump had earlier sparked outrage for tweeting that undocumented immigrants would "infest" the US. Also: General Electric drops out of Dow index and medicinal cannabis use to be reviewed in UK.
 
Max and the pod discuss two upsets in Group H, a remarkable Senegalese goal, Japanese litter-pickers, Jack Wilshere departing Arsenal and Max’s favourite World Cup shorts
 
The TMS team react to England’s stunning display against Australia at Trent Bridge. Centuries from Jonny Bairstow and Alex Hales helped England on their way to 481/6, the most runs ever recorded in a One-Day International. The victory means England secure the series at the earliest opportunity, winning their first three matches.…
 
In Italy, the new hard right interior minister has called for a census of the Roma community and threatened to deport those who have no right to stay. We hear from a Roma actress and campaigner from Milan.Also on the programme - The Mexican foreign minister has denounced President Trump's policy of separating migrant families at the US border a ...…
 
Italian Minister says he'll count Roma and potentially deport those without citizenship. A UN human rights official has condemned Matteo Salvini's comments as racist. Also: a controversial rapper is shot dead in Miami, and how Syrian schoolgirls continued their education in defiance of IS.
 
UK Column News Podcast 19th June 2018 by UK Column
 
US President Donald Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on an additional $200bn of Chinese goods in a growing trade row. Mr Trump said the 10% tariffs would come into effect if China 'refuses to change its practices'.Also in the programme: The computer that is capable of holding its own in a debate with a human, and the latest from the Fifa ...…
 
What do our plans for spending $100 reveal about us and the buying power of money? Lesley Curwen travels to Washington DC where the $100 note is printed. She also meets a former drug user, a former scientist turned entrepreneur, a hospital doctor in Zimbabwe and a maid to find out how they would spend $100.…
 
It’s on! It’s happened! England were good! 1966! Scones! Bank holidays! Still pepped up from the night before, we’ve bounced into the studio to pore over what was a thoroughly enjoyable first game from England. Despite some at times Sassi play from Tunisia they got the job done, and, frankly, we are like dogs with a number of appendages. On top ...…
 
President Trump says he won't let the US become a migrant camp. Also, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel wins breathing space in immigration row. And the 'Paris Spiderman' who saved a child dangling from a balcony given a hero's welcome in his native Mali.
 
Max discusses day five with Barry Glendenning and Mark Langdon, including England’s last-gasp win, Belgium’s pasting of Panama, the Trans-Siberian Railway and what a Polish defender’s name means in Irish
 
The rollercoaster ride of following the Three Lions continues as England leave it late to secure 3 points in their World Cup opener against Tunisia. Natalie Sawyer is joined by Matt Dickinson, Matt Hughes and Alyson Rudd to salute the bagger of a brace Harry Kane, debate the non-appearance of VAR in Volgograd and discuss whether Ruben Loftus-Ch ...…
 
President Donald Trump has said he will not allow the US to become a "migrant camp", as he stood by his administration's immigration policies.Also in the programme: A former Israeli government minister has been accused of spying for Iran; and we go to Russia where Newshour's James Coomarassamy is in Ivanovo - known as Russia's "city of brides" ...…
 
Iñaki Urdangarin was permitted to choose where to serve his reduced sentence of five years and ten months. Also: Syria blames US for deadly air strike and gaming becomes the latest addiction.
 
The Conservative political newcomer Iván Duque is elected as Colombia's president. Mr Duque says he wants to unite the country but he also said he wants to see changes to the peace deal agreed with Farc rebels in 2016.Also in the programme: The United Nations has called on the United States to end its policy of forcibly separating migrant child ...…
 
UK Column News Podcast 18th June 2018 by UK Column
 
Viva Mexico! The most World Cup team of all have set our hearts racing with the stand out moment of the tournament so far and we are giddier than a certain Auntie Speller! It wasn’t just Germany who stuttered though, Brazil need to wake up too, while we also got our first glimpse of Mitro. On top of that we hear tales of invisible dragons, Nobb ...…
 
Gaby Roslin hosts the funny, entertaining film quiz with impressions by Alistair McGowan and Ronni Ancona. This week, team captains John Thomson and Ellie Taylor are joined by special guests Iain Lee and Lucy PorterPresented by Gaby RoslinTeam Captains: John Thomson and Ellie TaylorImpressionists: Alistair McGowan and Ronni AnconaCreated by Gab ...…
 
The conservative candidate secured fifty four per cent of the vote. Also, President Trump's wife, Melania, has entered the debate about illegal immigration and three ships carrying more than six hundred migrants who were rescued off the coast of Libya eight days ago have arrived in the Spanish port of Valencia.…
 
With Gareth Southgate’s men 24 hours from Tunisia, Natalie Sawyer, Jonathan Northcroft and James Gheerbrant ask will we see the real Harry Kane? And what’s to be done about those Volgograd mosquitos? Tom Clarke gives us a tactical breakdown of Tunisia, the panel analyse a lacklustre start from Neymar and Brazil after their draw with Switzerland ...…
 
The first of 2 podcasts this week...mainly because JB and Phil are off gallavanting around Europe on holidays and we only have 1 TMO Shipping container...which on this occasion has been sent to Gran Canaria for JB's input, insight and gloating over Downfall 2018! Phil will bring his stat attack to the party in the next installment. This episode ...…
 
Max and co discuss Mexico’s impressive win over Germany, blunt Brazil, Kolarov’s goal of the tournament contender and England’s preparations
 
Colombians vote in a presidential run-off between two candidates with opposing views on the peace deal signed with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels. We ask why the peace divident hasn't delivered for some voters.Also on the programme: US diplomat Matthew Nimetz who spent the past 24 years trying to solve the problem of M ...…
 
Heated rows over Macedonia's name have been going on since the break-up of the former Yugoslavia, of which it was a part, and have held up Macedonia's entry to Nato and the EU. Under the agreement, Greece's neighbour will be known as North Macedonia. We hear from a Greek and a Macedonian on this historic day.Also on the programme: Saudi-led coa ...…
 
We’re in the studio again, even though it’s Sunday, because the World Cup doesn’t stop for anyone. We marvel over Iceland and their warrior-like performance against Argentina, with Rúrik Gíslason getting a lot of attention. From Pete. It’s very intimate. Elsewhere there’s heartbreak for Peru BUT IT’S NOT OVER YET, we try to fathom what we’ll do ...…
 
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