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Best Jonn Elledge podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Jonn Elledge podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Each episode offers an in-depth overview on a new topic, with a range of views from politicians, experts and journalists. From immigration and education to public spending and the NHS.With high profile politicians, including party leaders, Politics On FUBAR is uncensored and unregulated. No question is off limits. Think Question Time with no holds barred.
 
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The WomanStats Project is a team of approximately twelve undergraduate research assistants, seven graduate research assistants, thirteen principal investigators, and over 120 former student assistants. We are dedicated to the continual expansion of the WomanStats Database, as well as the pursuit of our research agenda assessing the relationship bet…
 
How to Hide an Empire tells the story of the United States outside the United States – from nineteenth-century conquests like Alaska, Hawai‘i, the Philippines and Puerto Rico, to the catalogue of islands, archipelagos and military bases dotted around the globe over which the Stars and Stripes flies. Many are thousands of miles from the mainland; al…
 
This month Roifield talks to Mick Ashworth about the world of maps and map-making – its history, evolution and latest innovations and his new book Why North Is Up? This episode features calls from Kieren, Ben, Bob and Mia about being wide-eyed about new places. The audio postcard is from our Claire in the rain forest. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
Download the new Map Corner app to your smart phone with this link https://flickchat.page.link/wiBcVkQcEkRYU8uo8 US Pershing Map and info on freeways Why did Dwight D. Eisenhower invent the interstates system if we already had U.S. highways? - Quora Italian Autostrade https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autostrade_of_Italy#/media/File:Italia_-_mappa_auto…
 
On this week's show we have calls from Thomas who has a question about the most liveable cities. Megan asks which map projections we should trust. Ken comes back with a dose of history about GPS. Nicole who asks about which city is a gourmet’s delight and Interview with Matt Brown from The londonist.com the creator of some of the most tweetable map…
 
Map Corner Episode 3 In this episode we have calls from Cynthia 35 – who has a question of technicality in relation to counting the countries we have visited Mary Not Contrary – who is interested in Topography Keri Davis – who has an answer to Barb’s question about 6 figure OS references Also in Answers to Questions, we had an early question from A…
 
Catherine Rowan Jones' empbroidered globe https://twitter.com/88ivyfox/status/1095269875856146432 The anglo saxon map https://twitter.com/ClaireJAstbury/status/1097599995921006595 Oslo Tube Map from Ben Johnson https://twitter.com/ben1976johnson/status/1094167703076638720 Information about the Ghost Map, Dr Snow's mapping of cholera GIS analysis of…
 
The state of British infrastructure is not exactly perfect, and today I speak to Jonn Elledge, editor of the New Statesman’s sister website CityMetric, to discuss why that is. Also, marginally less importantly, long-time series listeners will be thrilled to finally discover whether my hot beverage theory held true. Links: Skylines podcast; Jonn’s t…
 
Voting decisions are often driven by perceptions of how well the economy is being run – but is that currently a bit problematic? In these two interviews, I take a look at whether “economic success” is being measured in the right way, and whether broadcasters are doing a good job of relaying that economic analysis in a user-friendly, balanced manner…
 
In a surprise bonus double episode, I speak to two people with an awful lot of experience in dealing with the media, and ask them about how that works, and whether British media is a ‘level playing field’. Former Labour head of press & broadcasting Matthew Doyle kicks us off, while former Jeremy Corbyn spokesperson Matt Zarb-Cousin begins at 25:36.…
 
How can TV interviews properly hold politicians accountable? Has the establishment lost its way when it comes to creating narratives that appeal to the general population? Will ‘extreme message management’ return as a successful political strategy ever again? I ask Evan Davis, ‘Newsnight’ host and author of ‘Post Truth’ to see what he thinks. Twitt…
 
Welcome to a new month and a new presenter! This week Mike Buonaiuto stepped up to the microphone to host a show centred on Disability in the Workplace. Mike is the Executive Director of a social change organisation called Shape History. Hit play for an engaging conversation about accessibility, stigma, unemployment and the UN.Featuring interviews …
 
Today Jonn took on one of his favourite topics… the North/South divide. Do politicians really care about our cities in the north? Is there enough investment into art and culture outside of London? Should we be investing in better transport links in and around our northern hubs? And does any Londoner really want to leave the capital? Jonn puts these…
 
It’s been 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality. Politics on FUBAR is commemorating the anniversary by discussing LGBTQ+ rights. The New Statesman’s Jonn Elledge speaks to Sophie Cook, the Labour Parliamentary candidate for East Worthing & Shoreham in the 2017 General Election. If she had been successful, she would have been…
 
Welcome to Asa's last episode of Politics on FUBAR!In honour of his new position at The Telegraph as Brexit Editor, Asa has decided to focus on all things Brexit this week! The weekly debate centres around the question; If you were given another referendum tomorrow, would you vote to leave or remain in the European Union? Asa looks at all facaets o…
 
This week, Asa tackled cyber security, internet safety and government response to computer hacking. The so-called ‘dark web’ was discussed by our debate panel of Viv Groskop, Dr Ameer Al Nemrat and Josiah Mortimer. Asa also spoke to the former chair of the Joint Intelligence Committee, Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones, about password strength, Brexit…
 
Is immigration a problem in Britain? Flora Carr reviewed the biggest stories of the week. Nick Clegg’s former adviser Sean Kemp joined Asa on the show to discuss immigration, Theresa May and Brexit. Satirist and Middle East commentator, Karl Sharro; and Director of British Future, Sunder Katwala joined the panel discussion to talk about whether Bri…
 
Who has the best manifesto for Britain? Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat London Assembly Member, discussed the General Election campaigns, 2nd referendum and polls. Eli Aldridge, Labour candidate for Westmorland and Lonsdale, discussed his campaign and Labour leadership.Leonie Cooper, Labour AM Member; Bright Blue’s Laura Roound and journalist Ja…
 
A year after Brexit, how do you think the government has handled negotiations? Political commentator Edward Hardy joined Asa to review the week with the most interesting stories. Labour MEP, Seb Dance reflected on the Brexit negotiations, the Remain camp and holding up a sign saying “He’s lying to you” behind Nigel Farage.Caroline Russell, Green AM…
 
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