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Best Donald Jacques podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Donald Jacques podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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KWOD Radio showcases authors, artists, movie producers, conventions, artists, musicians, and pop culture entertainment.Feature Shows: Sunday night-The Next Space & Pop Culture Show with Al & Jo, where we discuss new space and fan news; ESCAPE THE GRIND with host, PJ Hultstrand are LIVE shows on Tuesdays/Thursdays at 5:30pm featuring authors, artists, con runners, movie makers, creatives of every type; then one night a month on Wednesdays we have The Hay Girls Show on tap LIVE at a local pub ...
 
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Serge and Beate Klarsfeld spent decades tracking down fugitive Nazis to bring them to justice. Seventy-five years after the liberation of Auschwitz, they speak to FRANCE 24 about what can be done to transmit the memory of the Holocaust to future generations to make sure that it never happens again.By Philip TURLE
 
As the world marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, we speak to historian Christoph Kreutzmüller, who has been studying the photographs taken by SS officers at the Nazi death camp. He tells us why these pictures are such an important source of evidence, despite being taken by the perpetrators. If they had been examined earlier, …
 
In France, hotels and luxury brands are bracing for the impact of an official Chinese ban on overseas group tours amid the coronavirus outbreak. Also, the UK sets its sights on post-Brexit trade deals, and Norway adapts to climate change with an indoor ski facility.By Bryan QUINN
 
It's a tough start to the Year of the Rat. The start of Chinese New Year, where 100 million people usually hit the road, finds Beijing's Forbidden City forbidden to tourists. Entire cities are under lockdown, with passengers screened for signs of coronavirus fever. The outbreak is being compared to the 2003 SARS virus that claimed nearly 800 lives,…
 
It was the hot ticket of the Haute Couture 2020 collections: Jean-Paul Gaultier’s final catwalk show, after a 50-year career. Paris's Châtelet Theatre was packed to the rafters and the atmosphere was electric as the French designer unveiled a collection made up of 200 pieces, all featuring his trademark details: the iconic Breton striped shirt, und…
 
It's called CRISPR-Cas 9 and while the name may not sound impressive, don't be mistaken: this gene-editing technology is set to change our world in many unpredictable ways. We take a closer look in this edition of Tech 24.By Julia SIEGER
 
In recent months, France has seen a wave of protests - from the Yellow Vest movement to demonstrations against pension reform. While alleged cases of police brutality are on the rise, with videos of suspected police misconduct widely shared on social media, many police officers argue they're only matching the level of violence they're facing from p…
 
Dheepthika Laurent heads to London and chats with the cast of Amazon Prime Video’s new show, "Star Trek: Picard". Also, how controversial is Netflix's show "Messiah"? In other TV show news: the director of Danish political drama "Borgen" releases a Norwegian teen drama tackling climate change and Apple TV+ celebrates US immigrants in a new antholog…
 
This Friday, January 24, the Democratic Republic of Congo marks the first anniversary of the inauguration of Félix Tshisekedi as president. One of his challenges is to heal the wounds left by the two wars that ravaged the country between 1996 and 2003, leaving several million people dead.By Nicolas GERMAIN
 
In this edition, we take a look at the hellish commute for Cambodia's garment workers who are predominantly women, risking their lives travelling to and from work. Also the growing popularity of so-called dirty theatre in Pakistan whose female performers face marginalisation in a conservative Muslim society. Plus a mid-career change for something t…
 
IN THE PAPERS - Friday, 24.01.2020: We take a look at an ongoing scandal in the American music industry. Amid the countdown to Sunday's Grammy awards, is the academy that runs it transparent and diverse enough? We also take a look at how the press is covering the coronavirus, after China put some 25 million people on lockdown. Plus we look at how t…
 
The debate over freedom of speech and the right to be blasphemous has resurfaced in France. A teenager has spoken out against Islam and all religions and has now become a hate figure online. The tensions are a reminder of the debate surrounding the blasphemous cartoons published by satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.…
 
With fewer than 10 months to go until Ivory Coast's presidential election, voters are hoping that this time around, the exercise will go smoothly. Recent elections have led to crises and even civil war. Also, Senegal finally criminalises rape, meaning that abusers will face tougher penalties. And the Seychelles struggles to balance the health of it…
 
A Portuguese banker named in the Luanda Leaks, a major Angolan money-laundering and corruption scandal, has died in an apparent suicide at his home. Also, thousands of illegally built houses are destroyed near Abidjan airport, this after an Ivorian child stowaway was found dead in the undercarriage of a plane that landed in Paris. And Somalia is on…
 
The climate emergency was one of the dominant themes at this year's gathering of political and business leaders in Davos. In this special programme from the World Economic Forum, we speak to the CEOs of chemicals company Solvay and industrial equipment & software firm Schneider Electric about their environmental commitments. Plus, we ask attendees …
 
As the United States and France agree to a truce in their dispute over the French tax on big digital companies, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire joins a special FRANCE 24 debate from the World Economic Forum in Davos on how the international rulebook on this issue needs to be overhauled. Can a new global plan on how best to tax the digital ec…
 
Until recently, allegations of police brutality in France remained largely contained to the "banlieues", the suburbs outside big cities. But the issue has gained prominence since the Yellow Vest protest movement kicked off in October 2018. Hundreds of people have been seriously injured in clashes with police, dozens of them maimed for life. This ha…
 
A Senegalese migrant became a hero in Spain when he saved a disabled man from a fire. He was rewarded for his courage after a petition was started to get him his legal residence documents. Also, this year marked the 10th anniversary of the 2010 Haiti earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people. We spoke to Observers angry about the lack of prog…
 
In the Brazilian city of Rio, thousands of residents have been facing a drinking water crisis. Experts have recorded an abnormal amount of geosmin, a substance produced by micro algae that proliferate in water. Authorities and the company in charge of water distribution insist the substance isn't dangerous. But many residents are complaining of nau…
 
This week, we meet Michelle Keserwany, who has been writing and singing with her sister about corruption and patriarchy in Lebanon for a decade. Their latest number is making a real buzz, especially with the protesters who have been taking to the streets across the country since last October. She tells us more.…
 
France's northern Hauts-de-France region has an astonishing concentration of belfries, many of them listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These stone towers were built in the Middle Ages to mark the civic independence of towns from local lords. Like churches, they punctuate the daily lives of residents and tell the story of the region. FRANCE 24 t…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Hungary's Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto hits back at claims of fraudulent use and mismanagement of EU funds. In November, Hungary agreed to pay a €1.6 billion penalty for alleged mismanagement of European funding. Meanwhile, The New York Times has published claims from a former Hungarian state secretary that PM Vi…
 
In January 2018, French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced the government was scrapping plans to build an airport at Notre-Dame-des-Landes, a small village in western France. It was a huge victory for environmentalists and farmers, who had long opposed the plan. Two years on, what has become of those activists who chose to stay? FRANCE 24's …
 
This week, we’re in the gourmet aisles of one of Paris’s best loved department stores to talk about the French art of pastry making! While the country faces some stiff competition in the wider culinary world, pastry remains a French preserve, and with good reason. With a combination of technical skill and creativity, the latest generations of young…
 
We have a visiting author today who is also a nuclear engineer from Pennslyvania. Al and Michael D'Ambrosia will be talking about the biome habitat, technology, and sustainability.By KWOD Radio
 
Fresh drinking water is critical to our survival. We know that going three days without water is deadly. So, what can we do to hedge our bets and have clean drinking water available? We will look at how we use water in western society, how we can capture, filter, and even reuse water from several sources. We will mainly be discussing the following …
 
There is one question asked the most when someone is talking about building a habitat -- how will they go to the bathroom? So, we are going to cover this subject for this entire episode. What are the new toilets going to look like and how will they be engineered? Will we be nuking our poop or letting the critters eat it all? You can bet, Al has a l…
 
Interview with Arizona author, John Paul Ried, about book 4 in his Medford Family Chronicles fantasy/adventure series, "Academic Mayhem." We will be starting the interview by discussing where his book 2 and 3 ended and where this series is going. http://www.palamaranadventures.com/By KWOD Radio
 
Growing the plants for the biome test; good start from Kurtis. Check out the story we have been watching and sharing this week on the EarthSeed Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/EarthSeedSpace/ We will be discussing the Biome Testing #kurtisinajar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_qE_pcGqng&list=PL1iviMOHUg8756PdpBqr9JDUt2eiGX_xb&index=3&t=0s…
 
Reckless Ambitions: The Medford Family Chronicles New Fantasy Adventure Series by Author, John Paul Ried About the Book: The beloved and respected Emperor John Cardillion IV is dead. His four sons, a Cleric, a Fighter, a Magic User and a Thief/businessman, all intend to destroy each other to rule the Palamaran Empire. Earl Thomas Medford, the Lord …
 
Accoustic Guitar session with Andrew Jadyn of The Old Storm. We will be LIVE again on KWOD, sharing our local Arizona grown, Fiercely Independent Musical groups.By KWOD Radio
 
Angela Carling was raised in Palm Springs California, but lives Arizona with her husband, three kids and five felines. After years of denial she finally admitted that she is a hopeless romantic which led her to write her first Young Adult book, “Unbreakable Love”. Since then she’s published three more books, “Shackled”, “Becoming Bryn” and “The Sec…
 
The series is Warriors & Watchmen and the first book is called Conspiracy Rising from the author, Simon Driscoll. Simon Driscoll has been writing most of his life. Writing is his passion, as well as his hobby. He has been a student of the scriptures all his life, and feels passionately about helping others understand them better. The most difficult…
 
Live at the Time Out Lounge - Showtime is 8-10 PM Battered Suitcase Band plays approx. from 8-9 PM. Arizona's Punk Rock Band. Special phone in guest during the Spotlight in Ten is going to be Nordy over at our sibling Punk Rock Station- Sick Boyss Co-Hosts: Carol Pacey and Song River GM: Patti Hultstrand Sound: Vintage Note Records - Studio Our spe…
 
We will be looking at what is happening in Space News. By space news, that's outer space news. Who and what's going up and who and what's coming down; and even some things that may be coming down the pike. Al (Donald Jacques) and Jo (PJ Hultstrand) will be our hosts for this unique spin on the news.By KWOD Radio
 
Special Guest Announcement! Live at the Time Out Lounge March 23rd we will have the band The Upper Strata playing live for us and interviewing them... Come get to know your independent musicians! Joining The Hay Girls Show this March 23rd at 9:30 PM on our Spotlight at Ten from the UK is Duncan Reid of the band Duncan Reid and the Big Heads!!!!! We…
 
THIS IS A PRE-RECORDED from LIVE STREAMING RADIO SHOW SHOW FROM EARLIER TODAY - March 5, 2015. http://www.kqna.com/live-streaming Arizona author, T.M. Williams, will be speaking at the Dewey-Humboldt Town Library on Saturday, March 7th from 10am-1pm. She will be discussing the importance of Search & Rescue Dogs for missing persons in the forests of…
 
We will be looking at what is happening in Space News. By space news, that's outer space news. Who and what's going up and who and what's coming down; and even some things that may be coming down the pike. Al (Donald Jacques) and Jo (PJ Hultstrand) will be our hosts for this unique spin on the news.By KWOD Radio
 
Let's end February with two shows, back to back, with Carol Pacey of Carol Pacey and the Honey Shakers along with CoHost Song River of CowGirlZen Photography at the Time Out Lounge in Tempe, Arizona brings you independent rock n roll for independent music lovers! For our new regular time slot this month we will be featuring, Mister Lucky. Mister Lu…
 
Let's end February with two shows, back to back, with Carol Pacey of Carol Pacey and the Honey Shakers along with CoHost Song River of CowGirlZen Photography at the Time Out Lounge in Tempe, Arizona brings you independent rock n roll for independent music lovers! Special Guest on a Special Sunday - Muskellunge will be rocking the Lounge. Muskellung…
 
We will be looking at what is happening in manned-space news from this week.By KWOD Radio
 
Yes, it's SuperBowl Night. Hey, we live in Phoenix valley and with SuperBowl on the other side of town, we will still be here, running our show. We will be looking at what is happening in Space News. By space news, that's outer space news. Who and what's going up and who and what's coming down; and even some things that may be coming down the pike.…
 
Join The Hay Girls Show as we bring to you LIVE the American Longspurs! Let's kick off the New Year as Carol Pacey of Carol Pacey and the Honey Shakers along with CoHost Song River of CowGirlZen Photography at the Time Out Lounge brings you independent rock n roll for independent music lovers!By KWOD Radio
 
About the Book: Seven year old Olivia Baxter and her dog vanish while playing in the front yard of her family’s home. After a week of searching, Olivia’s body was suddenly found in the closet, even after the police had thoroughly investigated the home. Ethan Franco is a troubled journalist working for the Washington Gazette. His inability to move o…
 
Jeff Gonzales was raised in Phoenix's East Valley, writing songs for his first band The Dirt Bike Kids at 15. He then served as bassist/vocalist of Tempe's Loud Americans, with the late Marco Holt. In 2005, he joined psychedelic pop band Skybox, relocating with them to Chicago. During this time he began to write and perform as a solo artist, embrac…
 
Grier Cooper began ballet lessons at age five and left home at fourteen to study at the School of American Ballet in New York. She has performed on three out of seven continents with companies such as San Francisco Ballet, Miami City Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet, totaling more than thirty years of experience as a dancer, teacher and perform…
 
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