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Best Death Panel podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Death Panel podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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It’s too complicated. It can’t be done. Who’s going to pay for it? Welcome to the Death Panel, a politics and culture podcast where we know the people saying those things are lying to you. Twice weekly, we dive into the ongoing class war, covering the struggles over healthcare, economic inequality, social justice, and the people, policies, and media narratives that stand in the way. Hosted by Beatrice Adler-Bolton, Artie Vierkant, Vince Patti and Phil Rocco. The Death Panel is fully listener ...
 
The people behind The Intercept’s fearless reporting and incisive commentary—Jeremy Scahill, Glenn Greenwald, Betsy Reed and others—discuss the crucial issues of our time: national security, civil liberties, foreign policy, and criminal justice. Plus interviews with artists, thinkers, and newsmakers who challenge our preconceptions about the world we live in.
 
Struggle Session is the world's finest politics and pop culture podcast. Leslie Lee III (Jacobin Magazine, Japan Times, Pro Wrestling Is Art), Jack Allison (Jimmy Kimmel Live, JackAM) wade into the reactionary hellhole of modern America. We talk video games, movies, TV, wrestling, comic books, music, anime, and all of your problematic faves.
 
Coronavirus Central is a daily podcast which covers the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic with open source intelligence to promote public health, information, and safety. RSS Feed: https://corona.castos.com/feed Check out our Telegram group at https://t.me/coronaviruscentral We have a live show on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays on YouTube at: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1sni91pvjGaEE6EJOEVL6A Prepare with "Surviving Coronavirus On Any Budget" available on Amazon now: https://www.ama ...
 
Welcome to The Thistle, the only podcast that cares about Scottish rugby. A light-hearted look at rugby union in Scotland, from three rugby fans who never quite made the grade. Expect razor sharp insight from a panel that can count amongst its achievements a Scottish Schools Cup winners medal, the captaincy of the Newcastle 2s dirt trackers, and second place at the 2016 Elie beach rugby tournament. Twitter handle: @thistlerugbypod
 
In Dead Pilots Society, scripts that were developed by studios and networks but were never produced are given the table reads they deserve. Starring actors you know and love from television and film, a live audience, and a good time in which no one gets notes, no one is fired, and everyone laughs. Presented by Andrew Reich (Friends; Worst Week) and Ben Blacker (The Writers Panel podcast; co-creator, Thrilling Adventure Hour).
 
Parenting for Faith exists to equip and encourage parents to raise God-connected children and teens. In the podcast, Rachel Turner offers ideas and tools, answers questions, reviews books, hosts interviews and panel discussions. Discover our free course for churches and more at https://parentingforfaith.org Parenting for Faith is part of the Bible Reading Fellowship, a registered charity.
 
BEHIND THE PANEL is a SYFY WIRE podcast documentary series that celebrates everything comics. Guests include legendary DC/Marvel writers and artists (like Jim Lee, Frank Miller, and Neal Adams), hit creator-owned stars (including Karen Berger, Pia Guerra, and Becky Cloonan), as well as the talents behind comic-book movie/TV adaptations (like Kevin Conroy, Burt Ward, and Lindy Hemming). As well as the exclusive, personal stories shared on the podcast, every episode features an original music ...
 
MSRcast has spawned out of the long running fanzine Mainstream Resistance from Texas. We started out as a webzine then branched out to print. After many successful years in print, and with some tough times around 2000, we decided to put MSR (Mainstream Resistance) to bed for the time being. Some of the writers and editors of MSR still kept their metal roots grounded by writing for other metal zines and staying in the local metal scene. "Now is the time to show the world the rebirth of MSR," ...
 
The official podcast for Together for the Gospel, where you can hear main talks, breakout sessions, panel discussion, and other resources. See more at www.t4g.org. Together for the Gospel exists for the sake of the glorious good news of Jesus Christ. Our goal is to call church leaders from across denominational traditions to stand together for the gospel of Jesus’ perfect life, substitutionary death, and sin-conquering resurrection.
 
The phone hacking scandal that closed News of the World was big, but that was just the tip of the iceberg. At the bottom of that iceberg of 'dark arts' - hacking, burglary, bugging, and bribing bent cops - is the body of Daniel Morgan. It’s been described by an Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police as “one of the most disgraceful episodes in the entire history of the Metropolitan Police Service.” Over the three decades since Daniel was killed, five failed police investigations an ...
 
Washington journalists from print, wire services, and broadcast media discuss the top news stories of the week. Drawing on their contacts and sources at the White House, Capitol Hill and elsewhere, our panel of journalists provide unique insights and analysis that go beyond the headlines and give listeners the "inside" story on what they see and hear in the news. Subscribe to a Podcast of the show Broadcast Schedule Issues in the News is broadcast on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. You can a ...
 
Accelerating Your Fandom With The #1 Rated Flash Podcast The Flash Podcast you've been looking for dedicated to The CW hit series, The Flash. Each week, hosts Beau and Beall get hyped for The Flash with segments that include: The Rundown, News Flash, Flash Facts, and Flash Points From Around The Multiverse! This podcast is made possible by our generous patrons! Join our team and help take Flash TV Talk to the next level at patreon.com/TVTalK
 
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We discuss the calls to "re-open the economy" as the Senate fights over its bailout package, a coronavirus treatment that pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences is positioning itself to sell at exorbitant cost, and the impact of the crisis on the global supply chain from the workers on the front lines to the possibility of drug shortages.💉 DP EP 13…
 
Episode 39 is the first part of an exploration about the dangers America faces and what we realistically should respect from this virus. After a quick update in which it appears reinfection is less likely as good news but mutation more aggressive as bad news, we go into the action in New York's hospitals where life and death scenes are playing out …
 
As Congress continues to negotiate a bailout, Republicans seem intent on exploiting the crisis to enrich Wall Street, while Democrats offer meek resistance. Matt Bruenig of the Peoples Policy Project breaks down the various proposals in Congress, compares the U.S. plans with other countries’ responses, and lays out some of the tenets of what a bail…
 
Hear the full episode at http://patreon.com/strugglesession or http://strugglesession.substack.comOn today's episode of Sesh Trek Leslie and Emma are joined by Beatrice Adler-Bolton of Death Panel to discuss episodes 4-6 of Picard.Listen to Death Panel here: https://www.patreon.com/deathpanelpod Audio engineer: Ted Reidy (tedreidy10@gmail.com)…
 
By the end of this episode we will sell several copies of “The Three E.P.s” by The Beta Band. It’s time to put on that horrible Cosby sweater and rearrange your record collection autobiographically. On the 20th anniversary of its release, we’re here to discuss one of our All-Time Top 5 movies featuring Lisa Bonet coming alive like Frampton, “High F…
 
Airdate March 29 2020: In an exclusive interview, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong tells Fareed what the U.S. can learn from Singapore, the city-state that managed to flatten the curve. And, should the healthy and young in America get back to work? Will COVID create another Great Depression? A great debate on the best way to save lives and salvage th…
 
The Doctor is in the ultimate prison cell. Amy and Rory are dead (but Rory is used to it by now), and River has jumped off a skyscraper. And that’s before the opening credits. Join us as we discuss episode 602: Day of the Moon The Tardis team are running from Canton and…. something. They can see it, acknowledge it, but can’t remember it. How do you…
 
In this episode of NL Hafta, Newslaundry’s Abhinandan Sekhri, Raman Kirpal, Manisha Pande, and Mehraj D Lone are joined by data journalist Rukmini S.Abhinandan begins by bringing up Rukmini’s piece in The Print where she wrote that India could see up to 30,000 COVID-19 deaths by May. “Even with significant intervention, there will be not an ending,…
 
Greetings Citizens! Welcome to another bonus episode. When we started recording we planned for this to be just another Patreon episode. We ultimately decided that with all that's going on right now, people are stuck inside and may be getting a little stir crazy with Shelter In Place in effect. We thought why not make this show public to give people…
 
Hear the full episode at http://patreon.com/strugglesession or http://strugglesession.substack.comDearly Beloved, Leslie and Hether Fortune (formerly Wax Idols) have gathered here today to discuss Prince and the Revolution's timeless album Purple Rain as well as the film by the same name.Listen's to Hether's Music at: https://hetherfortune.bandcamp…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys recount the past week in hardware hacking. There's a new king of supercomputing and it's everyone! Have you ever tried to count bees? Precision is just a cleverly threaded bolt away. And we dig into some of the technical details of the coronavirus response with a close look at PCR testing for the vir…
 
The fortieth episode looks at the second part of the health equation which is to delve into why the economic problem is so bad. After a quick review of drug shortages, an exploration of a different pathway by which the coronavirus is harming people, and a glance into Russia getting sick and Italy having dead whose numbers are rising sharply in one …
 
Today on The Current: New York has a third of all COVID-19 cases in the U.S., but not enough face masks and ventilators to go around. We talk to patients and doctors who say the situation is desperate.The pandemic has left some people struggling to get groceries or a hot meal — but here come the helpers. We talk to food banks and workers who are he…
 
Canadians were urged not to travel, but for some that wasn’t an option. We talk to people stranded abroad — including a man who went to India to see his dying father — and ask what’s being done to help them.China plans to lift restrictions as new COVID-19 cases in the country drop off, but is the timing right? Reporters Nathan VanderKlippe and Shaw…
 
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down (digitally) with Kati Belz, Anthony Holden, Mackenzie Maxwell (calling from Washington), Clifford Moore (calling from Japan), Jennifer Moore, Karen Kahn-Shultz, and Clara Storm to talk about how their work has been affected by Covid-19 and social distancing, how their personal relationships are changing, and how spe…
 
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down with Kelly Cleaver and Joshua Lewis of the Saving Elephants Podcast to discuss the major differences between Republicans and Democrats, whether progressivism or moderation is the winning ticket, reactions to “the other guy” getting a political victory, political pragmatism, and what the major issues are in the 2020 …
 
Greetings Citizens! Welcome to Episode 104! We hope everyone's coping with all that's going on and we're happy to at least try to take your mind off of it for a while. We'll keep the notes short this week and get right down to it. We start things off with a quick weekly catch up as we get a read on how the new normal is effecting us. Once that's ou…
 
We talk to two health-care workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 outbreak in Canada. How are they holding up, and is our healthcare system ready for a spike in cases?Then, we put listener questions to Dr. Allison McGeer of Sinai Health Systems in Toronto, one of the country's leading voices on infectious disease outbreaks.And writer and politic…
 
Professor Jamie Lloyd-Smith has studied how long COVID-19 can exist on various surfaces, and the different modes of transmission for the virus. He tells us what he found.Living with substance dependency already has its challenges; problems that are exacerbated by the service closures and isolation that have come with the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk …
 
On this week’s episode Jessica sits down with her husband Jonas to take a walk down memory lane as they reflect on the 8 years of their relationship, 6 spent married. How they met in a ski gondola in Switzerland, fell in love long distance, went through the fiancé visa process in the US and then immigration to Norway, and battled Jessica’s surprise…
 
Episode 38 goes for a wider and deeper cut into the virus. We check in with New York where the hospital system is now under deep stress, in the quickly expanding Atlanta cluster, see LA cutting off power to those businesses who stay open, and we look into how China lost many cell phone users as another hint something worse happened. People flee fro…
 
Our national affairs panel — Marie Vastel, Niigaan Sinclair, and Aaron Wherry — weighs in on the political sparring and delays to the federal government’s (now-passed) COVID-19 economic plan. Then, Canadian food workers say COVID-19 may slow production, but it won’t stop them from feeding the public. We discuss how the pandemic is affecting farmers…
 
With the end of the month coming and a lot of rent falling due, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh makes the case for the federal government providing cash payments directly to Canadians in financial distress.Are you not doing much right now — and feeling bad about it? We talk about “productivity shaming,” and whether we should be redefining what it means to…
 
With the end of the month coming and a lot of rent falling due, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh makes the case for the federal government providing cash payments directly to Canadians in financial distress.Host Matt Galloway also talks to Rebecca Zirk, a self-employed hairstylist from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, who says she's finding it difficult to navigat…
 
Episode 37 begins with a scathing critique of how America's determination to put finance, not economics, ahead of science and health is going to lead to this country experiencing the worst of all worlds with the utterly inadequate response by both the Executive and Legislative branches where it is increasingly clear everything but Covid is their pr…
 
Today on The Current: We look at some of the drugs and treatment options being researched in the fight against COVID-19, and whether established drugs could be repurposed. Then, the Olympic Games have been postponed until 2021, after Canada led the way in saying they wouldn’t risk sending athletes to Tokyo amid the COVID-19 pandemic. We speak with …
 
Many kids and teens are struggling with COVID-19, the anxiety it brings, and this new world of staying at home. We hear how Kids Help Phone is trying to ease their fears, and how parents can help to demystify the fear and create conversations. Running out of things to do at home? Q host Tom Power takes a look at how to unleash your creativity — and…
 
Episode 36 starts a new week with more stories about the terrible symptoms of this disease as well as a report all may not be well in Wuhan. Italy can't even count their dead and now Covid-19 is everywhere in Canada. New York features as the center of this outbreak with 5% of global current cases and we see the struggle to keep going as one surgeon…
 
In this month’s episode of Discourse!, Theo Wildcroft, Dan Gorman and special emergency guest Vivian Asimos discuss the US Supreme Court’s relationship to Christianity, how the Independent dealt with criticism of a review of a book critical of paganism, and religion, abuse and the idea of a ‘witch hunt’ in yoga and academia. Oh and something called…
 
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