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Best Fukushima podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Fukushima podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Whether natural or man-made, disasters attract a strange mixture of horror and fascination. However, the spectacle of devastation is only ever one part of the story. Take a closer look, and you will find tales of extraordinary human endurance and heroism, stories that veer from the horrific to the oddly humorous, and lessons that can be learned to make our world safer. From the Titanic to the Costa Concordia, the Station nightclub fire to the Pulse nightclub shooting, these extraordinary eve ...
 
What do photographing a black hole, harnessing electric light, and containing a nuclear meltdown have in common? Teamwork. It’s time to bust the myth of the lone genius once and for all because the truth is, nothing gets done alone. Teamistry is a podcast that examines the chemistry that exists between people who team up to pull off what could only be done working together. Join host Gabriela Cowperthwaite as she turns her filmmaker's eye and documentarian’s search for the truth on these ove ...
 
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In the spring of 2003, Saddam Hussein's regime was toppled. Iraq then had to rebuild itself, with the presence of US forces who had put an end to the dictatorship. But after the departure of US troops in 2010-11, the Iraqi state never succeeded in asserting its authority, leaving the country open to becoming a zone of ​​competing influence between …
 
At the southernmost tip of the Iberian Peninsula, a stone's throw from the Moroccan coast, the Strait of Gibraltar has become a gateway for the trafficking of drugs between Europe and Africa. The 14-kilometre stretch of water sees a never-ending procession of speedboats loaded with hash and cocaine, despite a police crackdown. Our reporters travell…
 
During 2019, dozens of Yazidi women and their children arrived in France in small groups to start a new life in safety. In their home country of Iraq or Syria, the Yazidis were the prey of the Islamic State group and suffered massacres, kidnappings, rapes and sexual slavery. How to overcome such trauma? How to start again in a foreign country with …
 
It should have been a fun evening of music and dancing - but it abruptly turned into a gruesome scene of tragedy. Drawing from contemporary reporting, eyewitness accounts, and official reports, I'll tell the story of the Hyatt Regency Skywalk Collapse. Visit www.greatdisasters.co.uk for the full transcript and more. Check out the Great Disasters Po…
 
SPECIAL: Church Rock Uranium Tailings Pond Spill Commemoration, July 16, 2019: Uranium mining marks the start of the nuclear fuel chain, the deadly journey uranium takes to become atomic weapons, nuclear reactors, and tons of highly radioactive waste. NOTE: This is a special ENCORE PRESENTATION of the 2019 40th anniversary of the disaster.…
 
Church Rock SPECIAL Encore presentation on the 1979 40th anniversary of the radioactive uranium tailings pond spill in Navajo Nation. It spread radiation thru 80 miles of the Puerco River, contaminating a major water source, & still hasn't been cleaned up. Interviews by Libbe HaLevy w/elders, activists, politicians.…
 
During the French colonisation of West Africa, several thousand children born of relations between French colonialists and African women were abandoned by their father and taken from their mother. Owing to a decision by the Governor General of French West Africa, these mixed-race children were separated from the rest of society and placed in orphan…
 
Pilgrim nuclear post-decommissioning security lapses, Radiation risks from spent fuel pool, Holtec lies about what will happen to the dangerously radioactive waste and mythical New Mexico site, & pending trial against Diane Turco of Cape Downwinders for bringing reporters on-site to prove lack of security.…
 
All things nuclear are dangerous & we need to understand the forever impact to communicate concerns or people won't understand what we're concerned about. Canada's Dr. Gordon Edwards and Joseph Mangano of Radiation & Public Health provide understanding of what we're up against and why it's so dangerous. (ps - The blanking out of this information wa…
 
In a year's time, the Olympic Games, dubbed the "reconstruction Olympics", should allow Japan to move on from the Fukushima tragedy. The region, a symbol of the 2011 disaster, has officially been cleaned up but many problems remain, such as radioactivity and "forbidden cities". Over the course of several months, our reporters followed the daily liv…
 
HiroshimaNagasaki75.org is planning 2 days of Livestream programming Aug 6 & 9 to commemorate the dropping of the atom bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and provide an anti-nuclear perspective. Nuclear Hotseat host Libbe HaLevy interviews coalition members Martin Fleck of Physicians for Social Responsibility & Lilly Adams of Union of Concerned Scient…
 
When Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon for the first time, we don't actually see his face. We see his moonsuit. That moonsuit — in effect — is Neil Armstrong; an inseparable part of this historic moment. While the spacesuit kept him alive to tell that story in his own words, what went unnoticed is the extraordinary team that stitched it together. …
 
For women in Madagascar, having their monthly period is more than just an inconvenience. Having access to toilets, clean water or even disposable sanitary protection is a luxury out of reach to most of them. Our reporters went to investigate on the island, where due to a lack of access to basic infrastructure and necessities – but also because of b…
 
Welcome to the conversation, the intersection, and dissection of Civil Rights in the United States. Those rights established during the Geneva Conventions are for the protection of person engaged in active warfare on both sides. How do these rights measure against those of the American people in the time of the Black Lives Matter movement? Join us …
 
At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, when the French hospital system faced an unprecedented health crisis and medical workers were overwhelmed, many foreign medics volunteered to support their French colleagues. Our reporters went to meet Syrian doctors living in France, who are committed to helping their host country – sometimes at the risk of …
 
Every day in the Iranian capital Tehran, thousands of supporters of the most conservative branch of the Iranian regime visit mausoleums honouring Shiite martyrs or other places linked to the Islamic Revolution. But on the streets, a younger generation is scorning the country's strict rules. Young women and men alike are yearning for change and a be…
 
In the United States, the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic is deepening the divide between Republicans and Democrats. Faced with scientists’ decisions and the restrictions that they imply, supporters of President Donald Trump are invoking their rights set out in the First and Second Amendments of the US Constitution. Our team reports from Florid…
 
TRIGGER WARNINGS: Discussion of Suicide, Physical and Emotional Abuse On July 13th of 2014, Conrad Roy was found deceased in his pickup truck following nearly a year and half of suicidal threats and a minimum of three prior attempts. In the aftermath of his suicide, troubling text messages between him and his girlfriend Michelle Carter surface. Sud…
 
Since lockdown began on March 17, 2020, thousands of foreign students have found themselves stranded in France, far away from family and even close friends. With their daily lives upended by the Covid-19 pandemic many are struggling with stress, isolation and insecurity. Our reporters met with some of these students to learn more about the difficul…
 
Vogtle Nuclear in Georgia dangerously sinking under its own weight: Arnie Gundersen explains problems, how it happened, how bad it is... and it's bad. Nancy Burton of Connecticut Coalition Against Millstone reports on 11 Covid positive diagnoses, some of them predating the start of the current refueling process, and how it is disproportionately imp…
 
TRIGGER WARNINGS: Discussion of Suicide, Physical and Emotional Abuse A teenage romance; an abuse victim looking for a way out and a young woman torn between the choices of life and death. In Part 1 of our series, we explore the star-crossed beginnings of the relationship of Conrad Roy and Michelle Carter in the year, months and weeks prior to his …
 
Populist Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is refusing to sacrifice the economy for the sake of public health amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Like him, his supporters downplay the crisis and denounce a "coronavirus dictatorship". But local authorities have adopted lockdown measures against the president's advice. And in the cramped, working-class fave…
 
Sir Ernest Shackleton wanted to be the first man to walk across the Antarctic continent. In 1914, with a crew of 28 men, he set sail on the Endurance to complete the first “Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition." But harsh winds and frigid temperatures threatened the voyage from the start, and in short order the ship was marooned thousands of miles a…
 
In this exclusive 35-minute documentary, we expose a massive and unknown fish smuggling and supply network in the Pacific Ocean. Every year, an armada of North Korean ghost ships invade the waters of the Russian Far East and Japan. From Vladivostok to North Korea, via China, our reporter Elena Volochine investigated the illegal fishing networks of …
 
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