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Keep up with the latest scientific developments and breakthroughs in this award winning weekly podcast from the team at New Scientist, the world’s most popular weekly science and technology magazine. Each discussion centers around three of the most fascinating stories to hit the headlines each week. From technology, to space, health and the environment, we share all the information you need to keep pace.
 
Exploring Hawaii and its stories. Hawaii is a place filled with stories—both ancient and still unfolding at this very moment. Join us as we share these stories with the world. Transmission from Hawaii is a production of Wasabi Magazine (www.readwasabi.com) and hosted by Tony Vega, editor in chief of Wasabi Magazine. If you have any ideas for a future episode, please email mail@readwasabi.com.
 
Is it time to listen to something different? Something alternate, without the usual bias, or levity applied to subjects routinely dismissed? If you find yourself viewing the normal world as odd, or perhaps out-of-touch with your own reality, tune in to our podcast, where we will be sharing the words (and various missions) of the OeC Magazine columnists, and people within the different communities that touch our hearts, our souls, and of course, manifest change within our fractured world.Our ...
 
“The Hustle Sold Separately” is a weekly podcast by Matt Gottesman and dedicated to you, the emerging creative entrepreneurial class, new-economy doers and global non-conformists. We motivate and inspire by documenting the hustle – actionable advice and interviews from global creators and peers who are embracing the journey, building their brands, growing their companies and disrupting industry, as well as relevant content that matters during your own personal and professional journey. We’re ...
 
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Czechs will go to the polls on Octber 8 -9 to elect a new parliament and pave the way for a new government. Who are the leaders looking to become the new PM? Will it be personalities or issues that will decide the upcoming elections? And, given what we know today, what are the chances of forming a stable government? Those are some of the questions …
 
Prague was recently voted the most beautiful city in the world and the seventh best city to live in, in a poll by city-dwellers from across the globe. The survey compiled by the lifestyle and culture magazine Time Out was based on a poll rating food and culture, community spirit, green space, and attitudes in the given city. Zoé Samin spoke to Oliv…
 
The British journalist, author and analyst Edward Lucas has been covering central and eastern European affairs since 1986, including when as a senior editor at The Economist magazine. Czech Radio reporter Petr Dudek recently interviewed him about a range of issues affecting the region – not least the spectre of Russian covert operations and efforts…
 
Imagine going your whole life without being able to smell - and then suddenly you can. The team tells the amazing story of a woman who first gained the ability to smell aged 24 - a case which has scientists baffled. Efforts to tackle the climate and biodiversity crises need to be unified. We hear from Nathalie Pettorelli of the Zoological Society o…
 
Prime Minister Andrej Babiš visited Hungary’s controversial “anti-migrant” fence on Wednesday, keen to see for himself the latest thermal imaging camera system installed along the country’s borders with Serbia and Croatia. Leading the tour was his counterpart Viktor Orbán – who along with Babiš and other central European leaders, vetoed an EU propo…
 
‘Living Fossils’ are characterized as creatures found in the fossil record (supposedly millions of years old) that are seemingly identical to creatures living today. This is a thorny issue for evolutionists since Darwin proposed his evolutionary hypothesis. The evidence of ‘massive change over time’ is dwindling rapidly. Meanwhile the evidence supp…
 
More than 40,000 Czech students cast their ballots in mock elections held at secondary schools across the country this week. The outcome of the vote, held a fortnight ahead of regular elections, showed that the future generation of voters would end the rule of Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and place its trust in the opposition coalitions running agai…
 
The Czech Republic has until Wednesday to inform Brussels how the country has addressed conflicts of interest issues regarding the distribution of EU subsidies. According to the news site iRozhlas, the European Commission rejected a request by Czech authorities to extend the deadline by 60 days – until well after the parliamentary elections in mid-…
 
The famous Manneken-Pis has gained world fame as the emblem of Brussels. Very few people, even here in the Czech Republic, know that one Czech town has a statue of a peeing boy as well. Nobody knows exactly when it was installed, but it is known to have been more than just an attractive decoration in the local railway station.…
 
In the autumn of 1951, Communist authorities launched a massive wave of agricultural “collectivisation”, forcibly evicting thousands of Czech farmers from their land and homesteads. To mark the 70th anniversary of “Operation Kulak”, a monument to the victims was installed this weekend below Mount Říp – a place of symbolic importance in Czech mythol…
 
Our podcast today details a number of ways you can assist your body on its way to enlightenment. We discuss stocking our kitchens with healing herbs and spices, healthy beverages, tyrosine rich foods, environmental toxin removal and lastly. how to perform a food elimination diet. Enjoy... For more information email our host at roweaton@bigpond.com,…
 
This week the Wall Street Journal released a series of scathing articles about Facebook, citing leaked internal documents that detail in remarkably frank terms how the company is not only well aware of its platforms’ negative effects on users but also how it has repeatedly failed to address them.By Allison Morrow, CNN Business
 
A new exhibition of work by the famous children’s author and illustrator Peter Sís opened this week at the Czech Center in New York. Entitled The Wall, How I Grew Up Behind the Iron Curtain, the show helps confirm a return to relative normality at the Czech Center, which like others around the world was closed by Covid. I spoke to its director, Mir…
 
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