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The Socialist Correspondent attempts to get to the truth behind events. Using Marxist principles, it shines a light on those responsible for war, terrorism and exploitation and reports and analyses the struggles of working people across the globe. The Socialist Correspondent is partisan. It unashamedly supports those fighting for peace, justice and socialism.
 
A regular series of articles discussing aspects of life in the South Asian country, written by Dr Balmukunda Regmi, Professor of Pharmacy at Tribhuvan University. Tune in to learn more about Nepal. Share with friends. Originally broadcast on Beware! The Radio - a freeform, non-profit, non-commercial station, sharing local sounds and stories from around the world. Read by Andy Brain - apologies for any shaky pronunciation.
 
The NüVoices podcast is hosted by NüVoices members Chenni Xu, Cindy Gao, Joanna Chiu, Sophia Yan, Jessie Lau, and Megan Cattel who explore the work of women in media, academia and the arts in Greater China, the impact of abuses of power, international and domestic politics, and their own personal stories. This podcast is wholly coordinated, produced, and edited by the NüVoices board.
 
We watch 70's movies and do two things: 1: We give commentary along with the movie that may or may not correspond with whats going on (we're the people that talk through the whole f***ing movie) 2: We give a short review of the film and give our observations, some context, and how it lines up with other films of the era. We really enjoy 70's cinema and want to expose you to it as well:-)
 
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At the Square

American Public Square

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At the Square is American Public Square at Jewell's (APS) podcast channel. You'll find our series 'Both Sides', Student podcast episodes, and live event recordings. At the Square podcasts cover topics that correspond to APS programs and events while providing context and additional information on the issues. Episodes feature fact-based, civil conversations between experts and APS staff members.
 
Flagrant is a comedy podcast that delivers unfiltered, unapologetic, and unruly hot takes directly to your dome piece. In an era dictated by political correctness, hosts Andrew Schulz and Akaash Singh, along with AlexxMedia and Mark Gagnon, could care less about sensitivities. If it’s funny and flagrant it flies. If you are sensitive this podcast is not for you. But if you miss the days of comedians actually being funny instead of preaching to a choir then welcome to The Flagrancy. THE GREAT ...
 
When you sit back and open your mind and heart you will find that this podcast will allow you to be your authentic self. It is designed to make you feel naked and unashamed. Our goal is to inspire our listeners to dig deep within themselves and ask the hard questions that require honesty and transparency. We are looking forward to full engagement with our listeners and respect the thoughts and opinions of all that correspond with us. We are a Christian based platform and believe that Jesus ( ...
 
Former acting Director of the CIA Michael Morell speaks with top leaders of the U.S. intelligence community as they reflect on their life, career and the critical roles they play in shaping national security policies. As a central figure in the most significant U.S. counter-terror efforts of the past two decades and a former CIA intelligence analyst, Morell is uniquely skilled at taking industry leading knowledge to make connections that provide deep insight into complex security events – he ...
 
The world has never been more connected. Yet never more divided. We yell at each other from inside our echo chambers. But change doesn’t happen inside an echo chamber. It’s time to get out, to stretch our legs, to step on some land mines. It's time to have an uncomfortable conversation with Josh Szeps. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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Gillian Bell & Annabelle Hickson

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Two Australian friends share their letters to each other, revealing their love of books, gardening, travel and cooking, and the ordinary pleasures in life. Annabelle Hickson and Gillian Bell live in different states in Australia. Annabelle lives on a pecan farm in the north west of NSW. She is a writer, photographer and flower lover. Gillian lives in Brisbane, Queensland. She is a cake-maker and private cook who travels the world with her whisk to make wedding cakes.
 
I have a lot to say about what I've been through in this weak-ass Illinois Correctional Facility. For y'all that's been on the inside, I know that you've witnessed some of these same events. My goal is to keep you laughing until your jaws hurt. I hope to bring a lot of entertainment and share what it's like to be on the Inside with those of you that never been. I am incarcerated as we speak. So you will get it all raw and uncut. These are all 100% fresh events from the inside. I'm going to b ...
 
For history lovers who listen to podcasts, History Unplugged is the most comprehensive show of its kind. It's the only show that dedicates episodes to both interviewing experts and answering questions from its audience. First, it features a call-in show where you can ask our resident historian (Scott Rank, PhD) absolutely anything (What was it like to be a Turkish sultan with four wives and twelve concubines? If you were sent back in time, how would you kill Hitler?). Second, it features lon ...
 
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries. Subscribe to Fresh Air Plus! You'll be supporting the unique show you can't get enough of - and you can listen sponsor-free. Learn more at plus.npr.org/freshair
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
Trail Correspondents is a teleportation machine to the trail- in audio form. Every other week, a select handful of thru-hikers on the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail, and the American Discovery Trail, give us a glimpse into the world of long distance backpacking. Through their eyes and vocal cords, we learn all about the highs, lows, and nitty gritty details that go into a half-year, cross-country trek. Trail Correspondents is the next best thing to being on ...
 
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Over in Australia, their Government has made the decision to rescue the families of known Islamic State terrorists. These people will be repatriated back to Melbourne and Sydney, and significant work will need to be done to help them readjust to society. This has been viewed as a u-turn on the former Government's previous decision to disallow peopl…
 
The Russian President has suffered another humiliating defeat in Ukraine, just a day after he was condemned by the West for escalating the war by declaring the annexation of four eastern Ukrainian regions. There are fears about what the annexations could mean in terms of Vladimir Putin's use of military options, given he now claims he's defending R…
 
This week on "Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan," Sen. Rick Scott of Florida, FEMA administrator Deanne Criswell and Fort Myers, Florida, Mayor Kevin Anderson talk about Hurricane Ian's impact. Plus, Margaret Brennan pays tribute to legendary CBS News White House correspondent Bill Plante. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Cal…
 
The kidnapped Chibok girls were the identifiable victims of Nigeria's war with Boko Haram islamist insurgents. Drew Hinshaw (@drewhinshaw) talks about reporting around Europe and Africa for the Wall Street Journal while co-writing an award-winning book about the Chibok girls on nights and weekends. We also find out what happens when you wear the wr…
 
Russian men have been flooding across the border to escape Vladimir Putin's military draft. Around 10,000 Russian citizens have been entering the republic of Georgia daily since the call-up was announced. Rayhan Demytrie has spoken to Russians crossing the border.As protests continue across Iran, following the death in custody of a young woman afte…
 
Based on the latest Mood of the Boardroom survey results, confidence in the Labour Party is going down in the business community- and that may impact their chances in next year's general election. Fran O'Sullivan, NZME business commentator, gives her insight on whether or not Labour can bounce back in time for 2023's election. LISTEN ABOVE See omny…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson took a big dive in The Herald's Mood of the Boardroom survey. As we've discussed - the highest ranked minister was James Shaw - a Green climate change Minister. Grant Robertson is with us to explain his thoughts on what caused Labour's results to dip over the past few months, a…
 
The case of a young, visibly pregnant woman waiting in a Palmerston North hospital for hours until she died the following evening has gotten a lot of media attention. This occurrence was brought up at Jacinda Ardern's latest post-cabinet press meeting, where the response got handed over to Associate Health Minister Ayesha Verrall. Barry Soper, our …
 
Today on The Huddle, David Farrar, Kiwiblog writer and Cuira pollster and David Cormack, current member Draper Cormack Group and former Greens Communication Director join us to talk about the following: Senior NZ Herald writer Simon Wilson says the low voter turnout in the current local body elections is because people are happy with current counci…
 
The local body election is in full swing, and plenty of people have observed that the voter turnout is lower than the previous elections, despite campaigns attempting to fix these numbers. Senior writer at the NZ Herald, Simon Wilson is saying the low voter turnout is a sign people are happy with our councils. Simon Wilson joins us now to explain h…
 
The $23 million dollar Lotto prize has been claimed by a syndicate of 24 people who will split the money amongst themselves. This has been framed as a life changing positive event for the group, but financial advisor Martin Hawes is here to help answer the question- if you were involved in something like this, would you take the money and run? LIST…
 
Staff across all eight of New Zealand's major universities are striking this week, as they don't feel that their pay matches up with the rising costs of living. The Tertiary Education Union says that at least 7000 staff members are involved in a collective bargaining agreement. National Secretary of the Tertiary Education Union, Sandra Grey, is her…
 
Waka Kotahi has issued a statement to Waikato drivers everywhere: Avoid non-essential driving today if you want to avoid the potholes. This is because severe weather has made it hard for contractors to clear up any new potholes that may have formed, as they are occupied with fixing the slips. Dylan Thompson, AA Road Safety Spokesperson is here to e…
 
Two term Auckland mayor Phil Goff is hanging up the chains this election. The former Labour leader and cabinet minister has spent more than 40 years in local and central politics. Goff led the city through the Covid pandemic and lockdowns, locked horns with fellow councillors over the prospect of a waterfront stadium, fought for and got a regional …
 
Last Sunday, at least 125 football match attendees were killed following a mass stampede. This was caused by supporters of the losing team swarming the pitch at the end of the match. Police fired tear gas into the crowd and in an attempt to get away, hundreds of people were stampeding towards the exit gate. The end result of this concluded with peo…
 
There's a hole lot of trouble brewing in Tauranga - over allegedly vicious pot holes plaguing motorists and pedestrians alike; twisting ankles and knackering tyres. And some are taking to a bit of DIY to patch up the problem themselves because they reckon the council not moving fast enough. The council's transport network operations manager Tony Bo…
 
The plastic phase out has begun, with polystyrene food and drink containers and PVC food trays now banned. If businesses are found to be deliberately flouting the new rules, they could be fined up to $100,000. Our reporter Niva Chittock and cameraman Nathan McKinnon took a trip around to the shops to see what's changed.…
 
The number of school aged kids being home-educated has increased since the Covid-19 pandemic, with an 80 per cent increase overall. Figures from Stuff indicate that there are at least 11000 children currently being homeschooled. President of NZ Principals' Federation, Cherie Taylor-Patel, is here now to put these numbers in context and explain why …
 
Across the ditch there will be no official winners or losers in junior rugby league in fact no score kept at all in a significant shake up of the sport in New South Wales. In a plan reportedly signed off by the NRL and New South Wales Rugby League there will be a staged phasing out of competitive matches for children under the age of thirteen. Mean…
 
Surprise maintenance closures are heading down the tracks for Auckland train passengers and the disruption to commuters will last years. Rock foundations under several lines around the city need to be removed and rebuilt so they can cope with more trains on the lines when the network hooks into the City Rail Link, hopefully by the end of 2024. That…
 
Today on The Panel, Wallace and panellists Claire Robinson and Mark Knoff-Thomas talk to Netsafe's chief online safety officer Sean Lyon about the ever increasing number of scams and people falling victim to fraud. Plus they take a look at some of the most toxic houseplants for cats and dogs with former veterinary nurse Kerri Murray of Southern Cro…
 
Today on The Panel, Wallace and panellists Claire Robinson and Mark Knoff-Thomas discuss the state of New Zealand's housing market with property expert Dr Michael Rehm after report found a prices dropping $10k per month on average. Also they take a look at the Government's plastic ban with Waste Management expert Dr Jeff Seadon. And ask do you reme…
 
There's a cold blast coming this week with a chunk of the tropospheric polar vortex about to whip our way. Temperatures are set to drop around mid-week, and there might even be snow. In Te Waipounamu - the South Island - snow will be heaviest in Southland and Otago but it could fall to sea level in Ōtautahi Christchurch on Wednesday night, and even…
 
People evicted from emergency housing have given horrendous accounts which could be in breach of human rights according to the commission. 33 people have come forward who have come forward to the Human Rights Commission, after it put out a call last month for the experiences of emergency housing users around the country. The commission says the sys…
 
The length of time people are waiting to see a health professional is blowing out. It could take up to six weeks to get an appointment at some GP clinics. Taranaki and Canterbury hospitals last week warned they were operating well above capacity. The Taranaki emergency department was 30 patients above its 23 bed capacity last Tuesday. Te Whatu Ora,…
 
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