Best Brexit podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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We delve into the nitty gritty of Brexit and try to make some sort of sense of it, bringing you episodes as and when you need them. In the coming months we’ll be hearing from Britons and Europeans, Leavers and Remainers, politicians and ordinary people, economists, businessmen, lawyers, researchers, campaigners and many more about what Brexit means for them, for the UK and for the EU, how it might work – and how it might not. It will be a podcast that can’t get enough of experts... And we wa ...
 
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BiteSize Brexit
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Over 2 years ago the British people voted to leave the European Union. Our instruction to parliament was clear. Our vote to leave was not conditional on getting a trade deal with Brussels. We voted to leave and to take back control of our laws, money and borders. Since then however, the establishment has done everything it could to frustrate and defy the will of the people. This podcast is a record of our daily struggle to gain independence from the EU in the face of a British parliament and ...
 
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www.france24.com
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CakeWatch
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Steve - @guitarmoog - and Chris - @ottocrat - investigate cakeism: the philosophy of having your cake and eating it, as preached and practised by the British government in its approach to Brexit. Each week, we explore the latest developments as we head towards Brexit and spend time wading through the weeds from the perspective of two long-standing Brussels and UK government insiders. Our aim: to inform you, our listeners, about EU realities and so, hopefully, to equip you to spot lies and to ...
 
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The Europeans
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Fed up with all the Trumpy news from the USA or the Brexit-y news from Britain? Well you've come to the right place. Each week we trawl the continent of Europe for the most interesting stories to cover and the most fascinating people to interview. This semi-serious, semi-silly, Brexit-free show, from a reporter in Paris and an opera singer in Amsterdam, will make you seem clever to friends and make you feel like you've got two NEW friends in Katy and Dominic. You probably didn't realise you ...
 
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Brexitcast
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Laura Kuenssberg and Katya Adler join Adam Fleming and Chris Mason for some geeky gossip about Brexit from Westminster and Brussels (warning: there may be some biscuit chat).
 
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Brexit
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Brexit etc
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Fun for all the family. Featuring books, quizzes and lots more!
 
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TALKING POLITICS
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Corbyn! Trump! Brexit! Politics has never been more unpredictable, more alarming or more interesting. TALKING POLITICS is the podcast that tries to make sense of it all. Each Thursday, in Cambridge, David Runciman will talk to his regular panel along with novelists, comedians, historians, philosophers - and even a few politicians - and ask them what they think is going on... Democracy is feeling the strain everywhere. What might happen next? How bad could it get? As it unfolds, TALKING POLIT ...
 
Having spent over 20 years questioning the establishment, Nigel Farage now takes on some of the world’s most controversial figures and shares his thoughts on the biggest political issues of the day. In this podcast, you will get a front row seat into an ever-changing political landscape and unprecedented access on Nigel Farage’s journey.
 
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Small Differences
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Chris A. has recently immigrated (or *brexited) from the UK to Norway and finds herself in the process of acquiring a new language and culture. Knut M. is a native Norwegian who never has a good answer to the question "where're you from"? In this podcast they investigate all the minor differences that may bring their worlds closer together.
 
Download the latest documentaries Investigating global developments, issues and affairs.
 
The day’s top stories from BBC News. Delivered twice a day on weekdays, daily at weekends
 
The ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analysis of the week's major events.
 
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Skimm This
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In today’s world, context is clarity. "Skimm This" breaks down the most important stories of the day and explains why they matter. All in 10 minutes. Every Monday through Friday. All at 5PM.
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Shields and Brooks, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app.
 
Tim Harford and the More or Less team try to make sense of the statistics which surround us. From BBC Radio 4
 
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The Skepticrat
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Covering politics from the far center
 
Profiles, storytelling and insightful conversations, hosted by David Remnick.
 
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Newshour
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Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
 
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The Intelligence
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Get a daily burst of global illumination from The Economist’s worldwide network of correspondents as they dig past the headlines to get to the stories beneath—and to stories that aren’t making headlines, but should be.
 
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Test Match Special
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Coverage of England’s cricket matches. Insight and analysis from Jonathan Agnew and Geoffrey Boycott, plus interviews with the top players.
 
The London School of Economics and Political Science public events podcast series is a platform for thought, ideas and lively debate where you can hear from some of the world's leading thinkers. Listen to more than 200 new episodes every year.
 
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Money Box
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The latest news from the world of personal finance plus advice for those trying to make the most of their money.
 
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Fareed Zakaria GPS
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Fareed Zakaria GPS takes a comprehensive look at foreign affairs and global policies through in-depth, one-on-one interviews and fascinating roundtable discussions.
 
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BBC Inside Science
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Dr Adam Rutherford and guests illuminate the mysteries and challenge the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.
 
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The Inquiry
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The Inquiry gets beyond the headlines to explore the trends, forces and ideas shaping the world.
 
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Analysis
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Programme examining the ideas and forces which shape public policy in Britain and abroad, presented by distinguished writers, journalists and academics
 
The Guardian's Audio Long Reads podcasts are a selection of the Guardian’s long read articles which are published in the paper and online. It gives you the opportunity to get on with your day whilst listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer: in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more.
 
NPR's top daily news about world events, politics, economy and culture. Download the World Story of the Day podcast.
 
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HARDtalk
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In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.
 
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The Bottom Line
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Evan Davis hosts the business conversation show with people at the top giving insight into what matters
 
Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators. Join the debate at www.intelligencesquared.com and download our weekly podcast every Friday.
 
“Pod Save America” cohost Tommy Vietor thought foreign policy was boring and complicated until he got the education of a lifetime working for President Obama’s National Security Council. His new show “Pod Save the World” will bring you behind the scenes into White House Situation Room meetings and secret negotiations through a series of conversations with people who were there.
 
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Front Row
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Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
 
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Nature Podcast
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The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors.
 
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Wake Up to Money
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News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe
 
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Economist Radio
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The Economist was founded in 1843 "to throw white light on the subjects within its range". For more from The Economist visit http://shop.economist.com/collections/audio
 
Our editors and correspondents give their authoritative take on the markets, the economy and the world of business. Published every Tuesday on Economist Radio.
 
Award Winning Long-Form Interviews, Entertaining Daily Politics and Smart Analysis.
 
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The Lawfare Podcast
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This is Lawfare's series of audio podcasts.
 
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Slate Money
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A weekly roundup of the most important stories from the worlds of business and finance, hosted by Felix Salmon.
 
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A Point of View
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A weekly reflection on a topical issue
 
Investigating every aspect of the food we eat
 
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FT Banking Weekly
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The Financial Times banking team discusses the biggest banking stories of the week, bringing you global insight and commentary on the top issues concerning this sector. To take part in the show or to comment please email audio@ft.com
 
One of the original business news podcasts. Mirrored after the popular Wall Street Journal column. Get caught up on your commute Monday through Friday. Listen as our journalists cover top stories and share timely insights on business, the economy, markets, and politics.
 
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The Real Story
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Global experts and decision makers discuss, debate and analyse a key news story.
 
CBC Radio's The Current is a meeting place of perspectives with a fresh take on issues that affect Canadians today.
 
Tom Keene, Jon Ferro, and Paul Sweeney have the economy and the markets "under surveillance" as they cover the latest in finance, economics and investment, and talk with the leading voices shaping the conversation around world markets.
 
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First, Tommy and Ben talk about the New Zealand terrorist attack and the rise of right-wing extremist groups and nationalist political parties, Huawei and Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro visiting Trump. Then the New York Times's Charlie Warzel joins to discuss how radicalization happens online, how we can stop it and how journalists ...…
 
Chris, Steve, and a gurgling kitchen sink discuss extensions and whether the neighbours might lodge an objection with the council.By Chris Kendall/Steve Bullock.
 
Sean and Mickey look at the post-Brexit trade deals agreed by the government. Plus, what does Brexit mean for toilet paper manufacturers? And how is North Sea oil faring?
 
A.M. Edition for March 20th: Hundreds of companies, including Chevron and Yum Brands, say they want more government oversight of firms that advise shareholders. The Wall Street Journal's Gabe Rubin has more details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
 
Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the only man to lead the country since it emerged from the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, has resigned. Also: Cyclone Idai has triggered a "massive disaster" in southern Africa, and American-backed forces in Syria say they've captured the last bit of territory that was held by Islam ...…
 
P.M. Edition for March 19th: The Federal Reserve is expected to detail plans to end its bond portfolio runoff on Wednesday. The Wall Street Journal's Nick Timiraos says the Fed's big challenge now is figuring out the portfolio's composition. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
A tropical cyclone tore through Mozambique on Friday, triggering mass floods and leaving immense destruction in its wake. More than 200 deaths have been attributed to the storm so far. Amid flattened and submerged buildings, aid workers struggle to reach the stranded in a country where nearly half the population is under age 15. Meanwhile, elec ...…
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, flooding in the Midwest has claimed three lives and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage. Scores of cities and counties have declared emergencies as the Missouri and Platte Rivers flow beyond their banks. Also, a new Associated Press analysis finds that far more records have been broken for heat in the U.S. ...…
 
At the White House on Tuesday, President Trump welcomed Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, in the latter’s first bilateral foreign visit. The two leaders share many similar views, as they reiterated at a press conference, and Bolsonaro represents Brazil’s first pro-U.S. leader in decades. Nick Schifrin reports on how the two presidents hope to ...…
 
The Department of Housing and Urban Development assists more than five million families with affording their rent, among other programs. Yamiche Alcindor talks to HUD Secretary Ben Carson about his reaction to President Trump's rhetoric on race, whether Carson plans to remain in his position, HUD achievements during his tenure and criticism he' ...…
 
Aid workers in Mozambique are warning that four-hundred thousand people have been made homeless by a cyclone that hit last week. Mozambique's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Filipe Chidumo, described the cyclone as a tragedy of "biblical proportions". Also in the programme: US-backed Kurdish forces say they have captured the last encam ...…
 
After nearly five years of fighting, a U.S.-led coalition has almost completely destroyed what's known as the territorial caliphate, the Islamic pseudo-state created in Iraq and Syria by ISIS--but that doesn’t mean the end of the terror group. Amna Nawaz talks to special correspondent Jane Ferguson for an on-the-ground look at what war has left ...…
 
Syrian teen Omar Alshogre was arrested and jailed for participating in a protest. He survived three years of torture in a compound referred to as “the university of whispers” because its prisoners were forbidden to speak. After fleeing to Turkey and then Sweden, Alshogre is finally able to share his story of the Assad regime's brutal crimes. Sp ...…
 
William Burns, former deputy secretary of state and ambassador to Russia, may have spent more time with Vladimir Putin than other American diplomat. In his book, “The Back Channel,” Burns discusses how a “sense of grievance” underlies Putin's interactions with the U.S. Judy Woodruff talks to Burns about a "failure of imagination" on Syria and t ...…
 
Outrage has swirled since federal prosecutors charged 50 people, including CEOs and high-profile celebrities, in an intricate scheme to secure college admission for their children through extensive cheating and bribery. High school students share their perspectives on the scandal and broader inequalities in education, and John Yang talks to Jay ...…
 
Demographic, technological, and geostrategic developments are disrupting the electoral landscape in sub-Saharan Africa. How do these shifts affect the political climate for democracy and participation across Africa? What have recent elections in Nigeria illustrated about these? And what about the clash between China and the United States in Afr ...…
 
We take a look at the pope's decision not to accept disgraced French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin's resignation. We analyse how that affects the victims and whether or not this latest move from the Vatican amounts to hypocrisy. Also, we bring you our continued coverage following the terrorist attack in New Zealand and how PM Jacinda Ardern refuse ...…
 
Canada is under pressure from the two rival powers over the Meng Wanzhou extradition case.
 
70 years ago, with the passing of the National Theatre Act, Parliament authorised the Treasury to contribute up to £1 million to the building and equipment of a national theatre. In 1963 the UK’s first national theatre opened. Now, as devolution has risen up the political agenda, the UK has four national theatre companies and all four artistic ...…
 
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and US President Trump caught up in the Oval Office today. They’re big fans. Of each other. Which is kind of a big deal, because the US and Brazil haven’t exactly been BFFs in the past. We’ll break down what’s going on. Meanwhile, a lot of the Midwest is under water. We’ll tell you three big things to know abo ...…
 
Guess what? We still don’t know what Brexit means…Editor: Dino Sofos
 
Brazil is no longer anti-US. The words of Jair Bolsonaro, welcomed to the White House for his first bilateral trip abroad as president. Donald Trump reciprocated, saying Brazil and the US have never been closer. Gone are the days when the Latin American powerhouse prided itself on its non-aligned credentials on the world stage.…
 
Author Johann Hari (@johannhari101 ) joins us to discuss his new book, "Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression — and the Unexpected Solutions.'' On today's show: AOC talks about the scarcity mindset with regard to NYC public schools. Author Johann Hari (@johannhari101 ) joins us to discuss his new book, "Lost Connections: Un ...…
 
David Crow and guests discuss what the ECB thinks of the creation of national banking champions, the prospective merger between Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, Fidelity National Information Services's $43bn acquisition of Worldpay, and the attempt by Goldman Sachs to boost the number of women in its senior ranks. With special guest Andrea Enria, ...…
 
A new survey published this week shows harassment and discrimination are widespread problems in the academic field of economics. Soumaya Keynes, our US Economics Editor, speaks to those in the field and Ben Bernanke, President of the American Economic Association, about their experiences and what can be done to achieve change…
 
A new survey published this week shows harassment and discrimination are widespread problems in the academic field of economics. Soumaya Keynes, our US Economics Editor, speaks to those in the field and Ben Bernanke, President of the American Economic Association, about their experiences and what can be done to achieve change…
 
When the Liberal government delivers its budget Tuesday, it's expected to include measures to make houses more affordable for millennials and other first-time buyers. We speak to two experts about the problems young people face trying to get a foot on the property ladder.
 
Some of the biggest stars in K-pop have become embroiled in a sex scandal, including allegations of prostitution and filming sex acts without consent. One journalist says it's a practice that's gone on for years.
 
The 1972 murder of Jean McConville by Republican paramilitaries echoed through decades of conflict in Northern Ireland, as well as the peace process that followed. Author Patrick Radden Keefe investigates the murder in his new book, Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland, and tells Anna Maria Tremonti it's emblematic ...…
 
Tucked away in northern Bali, in Indonesia, Bengkala is a village where nearly all the residents know sign language. Children there are 15 times likelier to be born with a hearing disorder. Elders had long feared they had angered a deity, but as residents adapted over the generations and even came up with their own sign language, they finally l ...…
 
UN says storm may be worst weather-related disaster ever to hit southern hemisphere. Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi have all been affected.
 
One question – Where are you going? – reveals hidden truths about the lives of strangers around the world. In this new series, with Brexit fast approaching, Catherine Carr talks to people on the move in Cardiff. Are the people she meets downcast, delighted, or disinterested? At a time of political and social upheaval, we find out what is really ...…
 
This story originated with a false declaration by the head of the European election candidate list for France's far-right Rassemblement National party, previously known as the Front National. During an election rally, Jordan Bardella claimed that the EU's international trade treaties were allowing imports into France of "hormone beef, genetical ...…
 
UN officials say the storm that hit southern Africa late last week may be the southern hemisphere's worst weather-related disaster. We hear from aid agencies and our correspondent on the ground. Also on the prog: Kazakh president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, resigns after three decades in office; and New Zealand is considering changing its gun laws f ...…
 
Remembering Princeton University's Alan Krueger with Dartmouth Professor of Economics Danny Blanchflower, Bloomberg International Economics & Policy Correspondent Michael McKee, University of Michigan Associate Professor for Public Policy & Former U.S. Department of Labor Chief Economist Betsey Stevenson, and Bloomberg Businessweek Economics Ed ...…
 
Bill Evans was one of the world's most celebrated jazz icons, maybe best known for playing on Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue" at the end of the 1950s - still the best-selling jazz album of all time. The Bill Evans Trio's "Sunday at the Village Vanguard" is also considered one of the greatest jazz records ever made. But just days after it was record ...…
 
IN THE PAPERS - Tuesday, March 19: French President Emmanuel Macron goes into damage control over criticism of his government's handling of vandals and rioters during Saturday’s Yellow Vest protests. New Zealand urges gun owners to voluntarily hand in their weapons as the government promises strict gun control. Theresa May is dealt a blow after ...…
 
Is "real" camembert in danger? To be considered authentic and given the highly-prized Protected Designation of Origin label, the French cheese has to be made with raw cows' milk. But soon, camembert made with pasteurised cows' milk will also be given this special label. Outraged purists say the decision jeopardises the future of "real" camember ...…
 
Prosecutors are investigating the Federal Aviation Administration's oversight of Boeing, according to reports. The company's 737 MAX jets have been involved in two fatal crashes since last October. Also today, a new list of the world's most expensive cities to live in - including Paris.
 
Five years ago Ebola spread across West Africa, killing more than 10,000 people. In August a fresh outbreak hit the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo. We look at why the response this time around has been so ineffective. NATO is about to turn 70. It will not be a happy birthday. And Rodrigo Duterte wants to rename the Philippines.…
 
Five years ago Ebola spread across West Africa, killing more than 10,000 people. In August a fresh outbreak hit the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo. We look at why the response this time around has been so ineffective. NATO is about to turn 70. It will not be a happy birthday. And Rodrigo Duterte wants to rename the Philippines.…
 
Over 1,000 people are feared dead after a fierce cyclone ripped through Mozambique. Around 90 percent of the city of Beira has been destroyed and the rains keep coming. Also, the US's top diplomat for Africa meets with Cameroon's Paul Biya - we look at what they discussed. And Sierra Leone tries to get its electricity supply in shipshape by gen ...…
 
Silicon Valley has a reputation for being a place where young geniuses are too busy disrupting the world to buy clothes; jeans and a hoodie generally qualify as business attire. But that is changing, the New Yorker fashion correspondent Rachel Syme notes. Tech moguls have become more conscious of appearances, and a distinctive look—based on opt ...…
 
Sean Farrington and Louise Cooper weigh up the impact Brexit is having on the tourism and hospitality sector with a visit to a hotel in York.
 
A.M. Edition for March 19th: Facebook is trying to keep up with user demand for more local news. But the social network is having trouble finding enough local news in some parts of the U.S. The Wall Street Journal's Lukas Alpert explains. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
This week on Slate Money: Travel, Felix talks to Ron Lieber, the ‘Your Money’ columnist for The New York Times, about whether or not credit card rewards programs are really worth the hassle--not to mention the potentially hefty annual fees. Email: slatemoney@slate.comTwitter: @felixsalmon Podcast production by Jessamine Molli. Learn more about ...…
 
Mozambique president Filipe Nyusi says he has seen bodies floating in waterlogged areas near Beira port. Also: Dutch police arrest tram shooting suspect and the periodic table turns 150.
 
After the week it's been, we could all do with a break from the present. This week, we're venturing into Europe past -- about six thousand years ago, to a time when mysterious stone structures were springing up all around the continent. Today we call them megaliths, and there's a lot we still don't know about them. But one woman has been on a q ...…
 
At the start of another momentous week, David catches up with Helen to explore some of the long term implications of the Brexit crisis. Is lasting damage being done to constitutional government in the UK? Can the Brexiteers still have their cake and eat it? And is the story of Theresa May ultimately a tragic one? You can also hear Helen and Dav ...…
 
In our news wrap Monday, a gunman in the Netherlands killed three people and wounded five more on a streetcar in Utrecht. A 37-year-old man from Turkey was arrested hours later; the Dutch justice minister said it is unclear what the attacker’s motive was. Also, in Mozambique, a tropical cyclone has killed more than 200 people -- and the country ...…
 
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