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The Guardian's political editor, Heather Stewart, and deputy political editor, Jessica Elgot, are joined by commentators, experts and politicians to unpack the week's biggest stories in politics. On Politics Weekly Extra, Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland speaks with some of the Guardian’s US team about the latest from the 2020 presidential election campaign
 
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Science Weekly podcast will now explore some of the crucial scientific questions about Covid-19. Led by its usual hosts Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin and Nicola Davis, as well as the Guardian's health editor Sarah Boseley, we’ll be taking questions – some sent by you – to experts on the frontline of the global outbreak. Send us your questions here: theguardian.com/covid19questions
 
For 16 years, the Modern Love column has given New York Times readers a glimpse into the complicated love lives of real people. Since its start, the column has evolved into a TV show, three books and a podcast. Now, we are excited to announce a relaunch of the podcast at The Times, hosted by Daniel Jones, the editor and creator of Modern Love, and Miya Lee, editor of Tiny Love Stories and Modern Love projects. Each week, we’ll bring you their favorite stories from the column’s vast archive, ...
 
Decoder is a new show from The Verge about big ideas — and other problems. Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel talks to a diverse cast of innovators and policymakers at the frontiers of business and technology to reveal how they’re navigating an ever-changing landscape, what keeps them up at night, and what it all means for our shared future. New episodes coming November 10th.
 
Collider is the top source for entertainment news, movie reviews, and industry analysis. Subscribe now for our film podcast hosted by senior editor Matt Goldberg and deputy editor Adam Chitwood, our animation editor Dave Trumbore's deep dive into the world of animated movies and television shows, and senior film reporter Jeff Sneider's look into the business of Hollywood. For all the latest in entertainment, be sure to visit us at Collider.com.
 
Each weekday afternoon, Axios business editor Dan Primack unpacks the biggest story of the day and why it matters. In 10 minutes, Dan and his guests - global business leaders, influential political operators, and reporters chasing huge scoops - take you inside the accelerating forces, technologies and trends that are remaking your world and work. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 2017. Axios - which means “worthy” in Greek - helps you become smarter, faster with news ...
 
The pandemic has forced everyone to reexamine their finances, whether it’s dealing with a pay cut, how to best use cash from staying home, managing the ups and downs of investment markets or using this time to make a career change. Whatever the question, Financial Times consumer editor Claer Barrett knows where to find the right tips for your money. Every week, Claer talks to a listener about their money queries and consults her rolodex of financial advisors, planners and writers for no-nons ...
 
Each week, Foreign Policy’s editor in chief, Jonathan Tepperman, will recommend one podcast from around the world, interview the host, and play an excerpt. This curated show is designed to help listeners interested in the things we are—great stories, compelling interviews, and cogent analysis on international affairs—sort through the overwhelming variety of podcasts out there and find the best ones. And occasionally you’ll hear audio from our own newsroom. FP Playlist replaces our flagship p ...
 
Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer features business owners and CEO’s who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side happy, wealthy, and growing. Feifer, Entrepreneur’s Editor in Chief, pulls these stories out so other business can avoid the same crippling problems. 767392
 
Hosted by Molly Wood, “Marketplace Tech” demystifies the digital economy. The daily radio show and podcast uncovers how tech influences our lives in unexpected ways and provides context for listeners who care about the impact of tech, business and the digital world. Transforming breaking news to breaking ideas, Marketplace Tech uncovers themes that transcend the hype in an industry that’s constantly changing. Reporting from Oakland, California host Molly Wood asks smart questions that connec ...
 
This is not a traditional career podcast. It’s a podcast for people who’ve looked at their interests to shape the work they do. What does it mean to be a modern philosopher? How is Big Tech affecting us? How do you combine activism with being the editor of a magazine? Award-winning author Emma Gannon has a gentle line of questioning that starts with work, and ends up wherever the conversations lead. Named Best Business podcast by Vuelio, Ctrl Alt Delete is a gateway into new ideas – with ove ...
 
JAAOS (aka the Yellow Journal) is a trusted source of cutting edge primary research and in-depth review articles from world experts in the field of orthopaedics. Every month, join us as we summarize research articles and review a featured article from the latest issue of the Yellow Journal. This podcast is intended for any and all learners of orthopaedics - from the first year medical student to the emeritus professor!
 
Smart Mouth is a podcast that cares mostly about food. We talk to the most interesting people we know, working in all kinds of industries, about their favorite dishes. It's a way of finding out what makes them tick. The podcast is brought to you by Katherine Spiers, the former food editor at L.A. Weekly and co-author of Rogue 99.
 
We live in a confusing time, bombarded every day with news from around the world that can be hard to follow, or fully understand. Let Worldly be your guide. Every Thursday, senior writer Zack Beauchamp, senior foreign editor Jennifer Williams, and staff defense writer Alex Ward give you the history and context you need to make sense of the moment and navigate the world around you. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Strength and Conditioning Journal is the professional journal of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). The purpose "SCJ Podcasts" is to highlight current topics in the journal related to the field of strength and conditioning. The NSCA and SCJ are committed to the mission of integrating the practical experience of professionals in our field with evidence-based research to provide practitioners with the most accurate information available. The "SCJ Podcasts" will be a ver ...
 
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Seven day until Election Day, and Rich, Charlie, and Michael discuss the state of the race. They also touch upon ACB’s Supreme Court confirmation, Rich’s love of old ballparks, hipster survival gear, and much more. Editors’ picks: • Rich: Kyle Smith’s “Happy Warrior” piece in the upcoming print issue • Charlie: Dan McLaughlin’s magazine piece “On A…
 
The dangers of ideological group think in our colleges and universities have been evident for decades. It was over 30 years ago now that Allan Bloom diagnosed the pathology in The Closing of the American Mind. But as the campus Left becomes increasingly empowered, radicalized, and intolerant of other perspectives, it seemed to me that dissident thi…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: how to deal with free speech on social media, a “no deal” Brexit can be avoided (10:05), and is a blue wave on the way? (15:52) Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer S…
 
Editor in Chief Fred Rivara and Deputy Editor Steve Fihn discuss research published in JAMA Network Open in October 2020 Related Article(s): Assessment of Rates of Suicide Risk Screening and Prevalence of Positive Screening Results Among US Veterans After Implementation of the Veterans Affairs Suicide Risk Identification Strategy Effect of the Wing…
 
The New England Journal of Medicine yesterday published the first political editorial in its 208-year history, arguing that America's leaders have bungled the response to COVID-19, leading to unnecessary death and economic hardship. Axios Re:Cap goes deeper with Dr. Eric Rubin, an immunologist and infectious disease expert who serves as NEJM's edit…
 
The new frontier in election misinformation and lies? It’s texts and emails as we head into the final days. In part because the platforms have gotten reasonably good at policing content, the purveyors of misinformation are starting to go direct. So be careful, don’t trust every text, and don’t forget to vote.…
 
This week Marty and Matt discuss: - FEE FOMO IS REAL - Cryptocloaks release triton case - First monthly nodl call - Travel rule fuckery intensifies - If you wish to submit a comment - Statechains for privacy? - JoinMarket status update - Marathon announces purchase of 10k AntMiner S-19 Pros - New round of Ledger user phishing attempts - Anthony Tow…
 
The coronavirus pandemic is worsening, both in the U.S. and abroad, with cases, hospitalizations and deaths all rising. Dan digs into the state of global vaccine development, including why both the U.S. and China seem to be going it alone, with medicinal chemist and biotech blogger Derek Lowe. Plus, Axios financial correspondent Felix Salmon on U.S…
 
Jenn and Alex discuss the recent terror attacks in France that have occurred amid a national and international uproar about cartoons of the Prophet Muhammed and President Emmanuel Macron’s stance toward Islam in the country. They discuss what Macron’s push for an “Islam of France” really means, the complexities for Muslims to fully integrate into F…
 
Despite the coronavirus pandemic and numerous voter-suppression efforts, some seventy million ballots have already been cast this fall. As Election Day nears, Dorothy Wickenden is joined by New Yorker writers to talk about three states where the vote is particularly contentious. Peter Slevin discusses Wisconsin, where the Democrats have learned fro…
 
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The CEOs of Google, Facebook and Twitter testified Wednesday at a Senate hearing that was supposed to be about a fundamentally important internet law called Section 230 — which is about liability protection for tech companies. Instead, the hearing ended up being about how much power big tech companies hold, and how they wield it. Republicans accuse…
 
First up on this week’s show are Forrester’s predictions for the year ahead in IoT, followed by me talking about my latest tech gadget, the Whoop Strap. Whoop recently raised $100 million in funding for its subscription-based band designed for hardcore athletes. From there we talked about the new Arduino Oplà IoT Kit, the real steps we’d like to se…
 
Today's guest is the brilliant Caitlin Moran! Award-winning columnist, author, scriptwriter. She is the eldest of eight children, grew up in Wolverhampton and she published her first novel at the age of 16. She then became a columnist at The Times aged 18 and has gone on to be named Columnist of the Year six times. Her popular novel How to Build a …
 
They are among the most enigmatic phenomena in the universe, confounding physicists and mathematicians alike. Black holes pull in the matter around them and anything that enters can never escape. Yet they contain nothing at all. Guided by the physicist and author of the Black Hole Survival Guide, Janna Levin, Madeleine Finlay takes Science Weekly o…
 
Jared Taylor and PK laugh at a headline about “ATM explosions” as Philadelphia suffers its second night of rioting. They also discuss San Francisco’s coming “drug desert,” why the Manchester Arena bomb went off, the sad death of Christine Summers, why hating white people isn’t hate, free money in Compton, and why we’ll need soldiers in the streets …
 
We had hearings today in the Senate on section 230 and … it was a complete missed opportunity. I would love a smart conversation about the law and how to improve it. Instead, we got rants about specific tweets and a bunch of nonsense. Let’s hope the Senate can do better next time, when an election isn’t so close. More here: https://www.wired.com/st…
 
In college, Malcolm Conner penned a rambling email intended for his crush. “You have cow eyes,” he wrote. “I know that sounds like a bad thing but have you ever looked into a cow’s eyes? They are so deep and brown and beautiful.” What he hadn’t disclosed — to his crush or to anyone at school — was that he was transgender and had transitioned at age…
 
Irish consumer sentiment has fallen again amid concerns of how the latest Covid-19 restrictions will impact income and employment prospects over the next 12 months. How will this play out in the run up to Christmas and how are advertisers responding to the fragile mood? Austin Hughes, chief economist of KBC Bank and Charley Stoney, CEO of the Insti…
 
SugarHill is best-known as the man in the corner of heavyweight Tyson Fury. However, the former cop from Detroit has his own story to tell. He's a link back to the days of the old school Kronk boxing team, nephew of the late, great Emanuel Steward and he's worked with the likes of Wladimir Klitschko, Andy Lee, Adonis Stevenson, Ruslan Chagaev and m…
 
Joe Biden has a very different prescription for America's economy than does President Trump. Not just in terms of how to tax and spend, but also in how to approach trading partners like China. Dan digs into Biden's policies and philosophies with former presidential candidate and current Biden campaign surrogate Pete Buttigieg. Learn more about your…
 
Jessica Elgot and Polly Toynbee look at the potential fallout from the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s report into Labour. Katy Balls from The Spectator and Will Tanner from the thinktank Onward look at why now is a tipping point for the Conservatives. Plus: Rajeev Syal speaks to Chris Bryant of the commons select committee on standards. Hel…
 
LIVE US ELECTION SHOW: New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd joins Hugh and our Washington correspondent Suzanne Lynch for a special live online edition of Inside Politics, on Thursday October 29th at 7pm.If you're a subscriber, check your email to find out how to avail of a half-price ticket for just €10. Non-subscribers can buy a ticket for €20.T…
 
LIVE US ELECTION SHOW: New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd joins Hugh and our Washington correspondent Suzanne Lynch for a special live online edition of Inside Politics, on Thursday October 29th at 7pm.If you're a subscriber, check your email to find out how to avail of a half-price ticket for just €10. Non-subscribers can buy a ticket for €20.T…
 
Visit https://podnews.net/update/podchaser-pro-launches for all the links, and to subscribe. Podchaser Pro has been launched. The service offers estimated reach, demographics and social figures for podcasts, as well as contacts; it's meant to help advertisers and PR people discover new shows. In case you're interested, this is our page on the servi…
 
The world of private equity — the hedge funds, the venture capital, the people pouring a ton of money into startups — comes with a huge risk. The reward can be huge too. But if you want a piece of this world, you have to be what’s known as an accredited investor, which means you need to be rich. The idea, historically, was to protect people from ge…
 
It’s a wrap! In this episode, Valerie and Leslie close out the first season of the Story Grid Writer’s Room Podcast with a review of takeaways and lessons learned. This season we're analyzing scenes from novels, short stories and films because scenes are the basic building blocks of story. To be able to write a story that works, you must be able to…
 
Another episode of The Engineers Collective by New Civil Engineer, and another week spent working from home for most of us. This week Claire Smith, editor of NCE, is back with Rob Horgan, NCE’s news editor. The pair discuss TfL funding woes and pending spending reviews by central government. Hammersmith Bridge and the need for turning plans into ac…
 
... well, except for the French. With just one week until election day, Dana and Chris compare notes. They discuss what some recent public opinion polling can tell us about how the election might go, how the millennial vote might impact election outcomes and the week that was on the campaign trail. Plus, Chris answers "extremely difficult balance o…
 
David, Paul and Progressive Cattle editor Carrie Veselka visit with Hugh Aljoe, a range and pasture consultant and director of producer relations at the Noble Research Institute. Hugh discusses those common hurdles that producers see when buying new equipment, adopting new record-keeping programs, and building a mindset for data and analytics. He a…
 
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