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Brazil Worker's Podcast is an English language broadcast on labor news and current affairs in Brazil, Latin America and opinions on the struggle of the working class around the world. The program also addresses issues of concern to workers, such as housing, education, immigrant rights, the environment, from the point of view of the working class. There is also a space to express the struggle of women, LGBT and the black movement. Share news about the resistance of native Brazilians and the s ...
 
Broadway to Brazil tells the fascinating story of Corinthian-Casuals, an English non-league club with an extraordinary tale. We explore the rich history and exciting present of this unique team, speaking to players, supporters, management, and volunteers, and delving deep into the stories that mark the Casuals out as a club apart. Hosts Jarek Zaba and Dominic Bliss examine the origins and legacy of the old Corinthian FC – once one of the world’s most famous teams and the only club to have pr ...
 
Four friends in Toronto passionately discuss and analyse the latest news from the world of football, including major stories across the European Leagues, MLS, and international competitions. Here to inform, entertain and change the perception of football coverage from North America. Check out www.underthecoshblog.com for the full experience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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We created this podcast series to discuss the latest information on cybersecurity. Listen to Cipher's leading experts review the cybersecurity news, trends, and challenges. The Cipher Podcast has a global cybersecurity perspective, with special guests from the United States, Brazil, Spain and Portugal. Select topics are covered in English and Portuguese.
 
Founded and established by dj philE in 2007 the DHCat is the source for trendsetting and opinionleading deep house djs with a huge fanbase from all over the world. DHCat is a free house music podcast/radio show, presenting numerous genres ranging from nu disco, deep, soulful and funky house to tech house, while focussing on new releases and promos. Since 2012 Alex B. Groove from Germany is the executive producer and creator of the Deep House Cat Show. The Deep House Cat Show produces exclusi ...
 
Brazil is going through turbulent times. There’s never been a more important moment to understand Brazil’s politics, society, and culture. To go beyond the headlines, and to ask questions that aren’t easy to answer. 'Brazil Unfiltered,' a new podcast from Brown University and the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, will do just that. This bi-weekly podcast is hosted by James Green, Professor of Brazilian History and Culture at Brown University and the Director of Brown’s B ...
 
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A Brazilian Senate committee has backed criminal charges against President Jair Bolsonaro over his handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. A 1,200-page report accuses the president of downplaying the disease and questioning the safety of vaccines, exposing the public to mass infections. However, the Senate committee doesn't have the power to bring charg…
 
Football is a sentimental culture. Where do you draw the line between heritage and progress? And when you represent a club that has chosen to set itself apart, with its own respected ethos, how do you move with the times and maintain your unique identity? These are the questions that have faced custodians of the Corinthian-Casuals legacy from the 1…
 
President Jair Bolsonaro rejects claims that he prioritised the economy over his peoples’ health in Brazil, as people give moving testimony to senators, who want to bring criminal charges against him. Latvia re-enters lockdown – evening curfew, home schooling and working from home are all back in place. We speak to investigative journalist Inga Spr…
 
Dotun and Tim welcome Ibrahim Mustapha back onto the pod to discuss Zaire at the 1974 World Cup. They look into the politics of Zaire at the time and of talk about that free kick. Ibrahim's book is 'No Longer Naive, African Football’s Growing Impact at the World Cup' is avaliable here: https://www.pitchpublishing.co.uk/shop/no-longer-naive…
 
In less than one month, Brazil is holding one of the largest 5G auctions to date, globally. Over the last year, the question of whether Brazil would allow Chinese companies, including Huawei to participate in the country’s 5G telecoms infrastructure has dominated coverage of the issue and speaks to some of the unease surrounding China’s investment …
 
📶 In this episode: ⭕ Brazil’s Coronavirus death-toll reaches six hundred thousand ⭕ Chilean lower house of the Parliament passed a law to make abortion legal ⭕ Peruvian president Pedro Castillo announced the “second land reform” ⭕ Deaths in a factional dispute to control one of the largest Ecuadorian prisons at Guayas provinceeconomic recession ⭕ V…
 
In this episode Vic and Jesse have a long overdue on air catch and talk through a human centred design project to improve medication safety in the Intensive Care Unit that Jesse has being working through in his day job. Vic and Jesse discuss, real world applications of Safety-II approaches, the core philosophy and practices of psychological safety …
 
In tonight's edition: The fallout from Monday's coup in Sudan continues. Three prominent pro-democracy figures were detained overnight, this as civil disobedience gathers pace. Our reporter met with defiant protesters in Khartoum. Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron presides over a ceremony at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris to mark the han…
 
We take a trip to Ennui-sur-Blasé for the American director's latest star-studded adventure, as film critic Ben Croll tells us why "The French Dispatch" is the most Wes Anderson of Wes Anderson films. With an ensemble cast including Léa Seydoux, Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray, we discuss how the in-jokes and publishing references …
 
Ole is on the way out but he's still in but will be out soon but in if he does well again. It's all very very odd and we discuss. Salah is the best in the world and we discuss again! Lukaku's goal drought seems to be an indication of his true premier league nature or is it too early to judge. We talk a little bit about the league cup, Messi and Zid…
 
After taking power in August, the Taliban now need to put in place a functioning state in Afghanistan. Official declarations and policies are scarce for now, but no doubt the most tangible sign of the Taliban takeover are the security patrols of thousands of former fighters who have poured into the capital. They're now police officers who are enfor…
 
FRANCE 24 spoke to Jerry Tardieu, national coordinator of Haiti's "En Avant" (Forwards) political movement and a former opposition MP. Haiti is still reeling from the July assassination of the president, as well as recent kidnappings of missionaries and a deadly earthquake. Tardieu told us that the widespread chaos in the country can be explained b…
 
The COP26 summit gets underway this Sunday in Glasgow, Scotland. Ahead of the event, the world's top oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, has launched a Middle East Green Initiative. It's aimed at funding projects to reduce regional carbon emissions. Currently, the Middle East is warming at twice the global average. Scientists say that if nothing changes, t…
 
Through a series of compelling characters, our guest's book vividly evokes the teeming, sweltering city of Bangkok and captures the lush history of Thailand. Pitchaya Sudbanthad, author of "Bangkok Wakes to Rain", joined us on Perspective to discuss his vision for the book, how it sounds the alarm over climate change and what that could mean for Ba…
 
Uma música tão boa e envolvente que até mesmo Michael Jackson confessou ter sido influenciado por ela para criar um dos seus maiores sucessos. Sucesso, aliás, é o que não falta na carreira de Daryl Hall e John Oates e hoje nós vamos saber como foi que eles criaram o hit I Can't Go for That (No Can Do), de 1981. Capa do compacto de I Can't Go For Th…
 
Benefitting from soaring demand for online ads, Google's parent company Alphabet reported nearly $19 billion in profits between July and September, up 68 percent from the same period last year. Microsoft's earnings also beat expectations, while French consumers are gearing up for some price hikes at the bakery.…
 
Como você libera a sua energia reprimida? No mini-podcast de hoje, vou falar sobre a nossa cachorrinha no Brasil e como ela está cheia de energia reprimida no momento – e vamos aprender a dizer “energia reprimida” em inglês também. FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE: How do you release your pent-up energy? pent-up pent-up anger pent-up frustration pen …
 
The United States has revoked China Telecom’s licence to operate in the country, citing “national security” concerns. The BBC's Zhaoyin Feng is based in Washington and tells us what this means for relations between the two countries. During a rocky time for the shipping industry, after the impact of the pandemic on global freight, companies are gra…
 
A live broadcast video from Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been removed from Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. In the video, the president falsely stated that UK citizens are developing AIDS after receiving two Covid-19 vaccine doses. After the video was posted, fact-checking and governmental entities scrambled to clarify that there is no ev…
 
Before the Taliban swept to power in Afghanistan, Kabul was a city with a vibrant nightlife and arts scene. But since then, there has been a radical transformation. Thousands of longtime Taliban fighters have poured into the capital, now working in round-the-clock security patrols. Meanwhile, financial disputes and quarrels between neighbours are b…
 
A New Wave ficava cada vez mais presente no Brasil muito por conta da Blitz mas também por causa da Gang 90. Confira esse álbum de estreia com diversos hits e o único com Julio Barroso, seu líder emblemático. Estamos no Telegram. Nos encontre lá no nosso Grupo Nos adicione no seu agregador de podcasts pelo feed: https://feeds.feedburner.com/Autorad…
 
Tesla surpassed a market value of $1 trillion on Monday, making it the fifth such firm to reach the milestone. Shares in the electric automaker climbed 12.6% after it struck a deal to sell 100,000 vehicles to the international car rental company Hertz. We speak to Bloomberg's Business reporter Dana Hull about Tesla's fortunes. Also in the programme…
 
Since the end of the 18th century, the French-style gardens of the Château de Chambord, in France's Loire Valley, had disappeared. But months of hard work have brought these 6.5 hectares back to life. From lawns to flowerbeds and rows of trees, FRANCE 24 takes you behind the scenes of a model of perfection where there is no room for approximation.…
 
The weekly radio show from Alok. 01. Ed Sheeran - Shivers (Alok Remix) 02. Oliver Tree - Life Goes On (Alok Remix) 03. Alok feat. John Legend - In My Mind (Joel Corry Remix) 04. Alas feat. Sarria - Diesel 05. Pontifexx & DES3TT feat. Amanda Collis - Blinded [PREMIÈRE] 06. Alok & Vintage Culture feat. Oxia - Domino 07. Otto Knows - Million Voices 08…
 
Advances in genetic engineering are reviving the idea of de-extinction, or whether to bring back extinct animals to try to save endangered ecosystems. But is it really a good idea? What would be the unforeseen consequences of such an act? We speak to Ben Lamm, CEO of the American startup Colossal, which has just raised $15 million to revive the woo…
 
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