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Politics, culture, and public policy from the left. Stay alive another week. w/ Beatrice Adler-Bolton, Artie Vierkant, Phil Rocco, Jules Gill-Peterson, and Abby Cartus. https://www.patreon.com/deathpanelpod
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The creator of Mueller, She Wrote, Allison Gill, and former Deputy Director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, are documenting the federal trials of Trump. With the help of expert guests, they analyze court filings, letters, strategies, and regulations to take you through the Special Counsel process that could lead to the conviction of Donald J. Trump.
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Steven Hayward brings you the Power Line Blog's perspective on the week's big headlines. Follow Power Line on Twitter (https://twitter.com/powerlineus) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/powerlineblog). Send any suggestions, tips, and fan mail to powerlinefeedback@gmail.com.
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A Christian commentary on the way of Jesus in the world today with Red Letter Christian leaders Dr. Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne. Red Letter Christians gets its name from the Bibles that highlight the words of Jesus in red and we are aspiring to live “as if Jesus meant the stuff he said.” Some episodes of this podcast have been adapted from the radio show “Across the Pond” which airs on Sunday afternoons in the UK on Premier Radio. Others are from events such as Faith Forums, Book Clubs, ...
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Dornsife Dialogues

USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

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Dornsife Dialogues, hosted by the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, are conversations among leading scholars and distinguished alumni regarding a wide range of topics relevant to our world today.
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CONTROL

Seven Letter

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CONTROL is a podcast hosted by Seven Letter’s Brendan Buck and Annalyse Keller, two veterans of Capitol Hill who now serve as communications strategists to Fortune 500 companies, non-profits and advocacy coalitions. Drawing on their experience in GOP congressional politics, the podcast seeks to look around the corner at the policy priorities and political dynamics that will define Congress. The podcast series talks to experts who know the institution and helps explain the challenges and oppo ...
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Stressed about applying to law school? Looking for that *something* to provide an edge when your LSAT scores and GPA aren't enough to set you apart? Steve Schwartz of LSAT Unplugged shares insights on everything law school admissions – personal statements, diversity statements, LSAT prep, recommendation letters, and more. This show is for you if you’re looking to craft law school applications that will showcase your strengths and maximize chances of law school admission. Please (1) subscribe ...
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Capehart

The Washington Post

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Opinion writer Jonathan Capehart talks with newsmakers who challenge your ideas on politics, and explore how race, religion, age, gender and cultural identity are redrawing the lines that both divide and unite America. "Capehart" is a podcast from Washington Post Opinions, with conversations adapted from Washington Post Live events.
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Cosmopod

Cosmonaut Magazine

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Cosmopod is the official podcast of Cosmonaut Magazine, a project dedicated to expanding the project of scientific socialism in the 21st Century. In our feed we have a combination of podcast episodes and audio articles from our website.
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"The real price of everything is the toil and trouble of acquiring it." -Adam Smith (WoN, Bk I, Chapter 5) In which the Knower of Important Things shows how transaction costs explain literally everything. Plus TWEJ, and answers to letters. If YOU have questions, submit them to our email at taitc.email@gmail.com And check out the Facebook page, to leave comments and answer comments from other listeners: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100092342062186 Finally, a quick note: This podcas ...
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Our podcast includes episodes of KPFA Radio shows as well as station updates and donor highlights. KPFA is a community powered radio station that creates and curates a unique mix of music, informed public affairs, culture, and news. Since 1949, KPFA has investigated the contemporary intersections of class, race, distribution of wealth and it’s affects on the citizens of our Northern and Central California coverage area.
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Complete Intelligence

Complete Intelligence

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Complete Intelligence is a globally integrated proprietary AI/ML forecasting platform for finance and planning automation. We serve investors, planners, and fund managers. We created different content to assist them in making better business decisions. Learn more about our business: https://www.completeintel.com/The Week Ahead is a weekly discussion with experts on commodities, equities, geopolitics, and politics. It's a weekly dose of markets insights. To learn more, please visit our Youtub ...
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Fronteras

Texas Public Radio

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"Fronteras" is a Texas Public Radio program exploring the changing culture and demographics of the American Southwest. From Texas to New Mexico and California, "Fronteras" provides insight into life along the U.S.- Mexico border. Our stories examine unique regional issues affecting lifestyle, politics, economics and the environment.
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The Mixtape with Scott is a podcast in which economist and professor, Scott Cunningham, interviews economists, scientists and authors about their lives and careers, as well as the some of their work. He tries to travel back in time with his guests to listen and hear their stories before then talking with them about topics they care about now. causalinf.substack.com
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Daybreak

The Daily Princetonian

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The world moves fast. Daybreak keeps you up-to-date. Enjoy everything you need to know to stay informed — on campus and off — in this digestible, efficient podcast. Daybreak is produced by Vitus Larrieu '26, Isabel Jacobson '25, and Eden Teshome '25 under the 147th Managing Board of The Daily Princetonian. The theme music was composed and performed by Ed Horan, and the cover art is by Mark Dodici.
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Indie Spiritualist host Chris Grosso is a public speaker, writer, recovering addict, spiritual director, and author. Through commentary, interviews and ragged truth-telling, the Indie Spiritualist podcast offers raw and real experiences and insights from an eclectic mix of artists, musicians, yogis, skateboarders, actors, spiritual teachers and more. A come as you are invitation to spiritual exploration.
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The Cut

Vox Media Podcast Network

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In Her Shoes from the Cut is a weekly conversation between a special guest and Lindsay Peoples, The Cut's Editor-in-Chief, exploring culture, style, sex, politics and more. Intimate, provocative, and probing, the Cut aims to ask questions before listeners even know they have them, always with a generous wit and an expansive idea of what is possible. From New York Magazine and The Vox Media Podcast Network. New episodes every other Wednesday.
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Good Kids

Lemonada Media

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We get better instructions for putting together furniture than we do for raising actual human beings. And that doesn’t even account for how to do it amid a global pandemic and civil/political unrest. That’s why Season 2 of Good Kids features a compelling mix of perspectives on child-rearing — from parents and experts, authors and actors, to "good" kids themselves — imparting wisdom for a brief, but potent, 10(ish) minutes each week. Good Kids isn’t just another parenting podcast. It’s an all ...
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Letter of Liberty is literary and cultural podcast hosted by Anand Venigalla. It covers literature, politics, news, movies, and all that is under the sun. Anand will welcome guests to discuss these issues.
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RN Breakfast daily stories separated out for easy listening. RN Breakfast is the program informed Australians wake up to. Start each day with comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events, and hear interviews with the people who matter today—along with those who'll be making news tomorrow.
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PA BOOKS on PCN

PCN - Pennsylvania Cable Network

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PA Books features authors of books about Pennsylvania-related topics. These hour-long conversations allow authors to discuss both their subject matter and inspiration behind the books.
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Jesus’ Church-ekklesia, in the United States, currently reflects the Red and Blue politics of the Nation far more than she reflects the Call of Jesus on her life. Why is this? "I believe in Christ as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because be it I see everything else." C.S. Lewis These podcasts are one disciples attempt, in the power of the Spirit, to see and discuss everything through the lense of Jesus, Israel's Messiah, Savior, and Lord of the world.
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This Being Human

Aga Khan Museum & TVO

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This Being Human is a new podcast by the Aga Khan Museum. In every episode, host Abdul-Rehman Malik interviews an incredible person at the top of their game on Muslim art, culture, history, and society. They'll explore everything from prayer and pilgrimage, politics and pop culture, love and education, feminism, and film, sports and music, and so much more. Through deep, thoughtful conversation, this one-of-a-kind podcast hopes to bridge divides, dispel myths, and learn things we didn’t know ...
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American Moutsos Show

American Moutsos Show

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Eric Moutsos, a former cop, small business owner, speaker, author, husband, father, and CEO of Freedomblends.com, brings his unique and patriotic view of God, Family, Country, Politics, and Current Events.
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"What's Good?" W/ Charlie Taylor

The 5th Element Podcast Network

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Welcome to "What's Good?", where I tackle a myriad of subjects: From Film/TV to Music, to Tech, Race & Society; Current Affairs and many more, through my eyes and the eyes of the writers I read. So if you take an interest in anything I feel like talking about any given week, along with the occasional interview with Friends of 5E, then this is your podcast. A 5EPN Original.
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Medicare for All

Benjamin Day and Stephanie Nakajima - Healthcare-NOW

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Benjamin Day and Gillian Mason of Healthcare-NOW break down everything you need to know about the social movement to make healthcare a right in the United States. Medicare for All!
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Guest: Steve Coll is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Dean Emeritus of the Columbia Journalism School. Previously he was president of the public policy institute New America, in Washington, DC. He is an editor at The Economist in London and the author of several books, including The Bin Ladens, Private Empire, Directorate S, and his latest, The …
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Australian indie-folk band The Dreggs are known for their electric live performances and sing-a-longs. Today, they release their debut album 'Caught In A Reverie' and are celebrating with a short album launch tour, followed by an Australian and New Zealand tour kicking off in June. Guests: Paddy Macrae and Zane Harris…
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The dispute between Australia's eSafety Commissioner and social media platform owner Elon Musk is set to continue, after the Federal Court rolled over an injunction yesterday. At the centre of the row is Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel who was stabbed while giving a sermon in his church in western Sydney last week.The Federal Court has been told by X's le…
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Fragile letters and diaries written by Anzac soldiers at Gallipoli have sat largely unread for decades, in Australia's War Memorial, until now. Researchers are digitising thousands of hand-written letters and diary entries and are hoping to find new links to those who fought on the front lines. Guest: Robyn Van Dyk, head of research at the Australi…
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Thousands of service men and women are gathering this morning to commemorate the ANZACS. ANZAC day is about remembering their sacrifices and helping the men and women who have served since, as rates of suicide among veterans remains too high, and the Royal Commission into those deaths prepares to hand down its findings later this year. Guest: Matt …
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For the nearly three million Australians with higher education scheme debts hanging over their heads, the latest quarterly inflation figures are bittersweet. HECS debts are indexed each year in line with inflation, and this year it's been calculated to 4.7 per cent based on March Consumer Price Index figures. This debt hike will hit hard given many…
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The government says inflation has now almost halved since they were elected and the drop shows their policies are working. But analysts were expecting inflation to drop further in the March quarter than it did are these numbers good politically for the government? Senior Correspondent with the Australian Financial Review Jacob Greber joins RN Break…
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The NSW government is reviewing bail laws and domestic violence protection measures in the wake of the alleged murder of Molly Ticehurst. Former Australian of the Year Rosie Batty has long been a strong voice on family violence prevention, she told RN Breakfast the "onus of safety is still rests on the victim", but warns victims are "only truly saf…
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In the build up to ANZAC Day, we've had grand announcements about weapons of the future, of geopolitical strategy, and speeches by politicians hailing the Defence Forces. But it's easy to lose sight of the deep and sometimes conflicting emotions this day can bring for so many people who have served in the military or have family members who have. T…
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We talk to Mary McGuiggan and James Orr all about Water - Lough Neagh, Mobuoy dump, neocolonialism, mining, industrial agriculture, Rights of Nature, Seamus Heaney, dancing, art, climate camp... Podcast series on Mobuoy dump: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/brand/m001hf1w Rights of Nature: https://vimeo.com/773336092 https://ejni.net/rights-and-nature…
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The UK government's controversial Rwanda Bill passed through parliament this week and British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak has already announced the first flights to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda will take off in 10 to 12 weeks. On the panel set up to oversee the UK's plan to send migrants to Rwanda is former Australian foreign minister, Alexander…
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Pro-Palestine protests have been taking hold at university campuses across America.Yesterday, students at Columbia University, where the movement first started, were given a deadline to dismantle their encampment by the university's president. The deadline has now been extended as protesters refuse to back down so what can we expect next? Guest: Ba…
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Horrific and incredibly troubling. That's how the discovery of mass graves near two hospitals in Gaza has been described by the UN High Commissioner and the US State Department. Palestinian authorities say hundreds of bodies - some covered in waste, some with hands tied, and some stripped of clothes - have been found.The UN's High Commisioner Volke…
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In the 5 AM Hour: Larry O’Connor and Julie Gunlock discussed: Hamas protesters outside @SenSchumer’s home are quickly arrested. Interesting how that happens when the targets are Democrats. "Protestors at Columbia University call Jews "pigs" and claim "we are Hamas" and "long live Hamas." Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 on X: "NEW: Thanks to order by Judge Cannon, k…
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In the 6 AM Hour: Larry O’Connor and Julie Gunlock discussed: GOP lawmaker demands answers on former Biden official joining 'cesspool' team prosecuting Trump POLITICO: Inside the Off-the-Record Calls Held by Anti-Trump Legal Pundits NAMES... BYRON YORK: Andrew Weissmann, George Conway, Bill Kristol, Norm Eisen, Laurence Tribe, Barbara McQuade, Joyc…
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In the 7 AM Hour: Larry O’Connor and Julie Gunlock discussed: WMAL GUEST: 7:05 AM - INTERVIEW - DR. KEVIN ROBERTS - president of Heritage Foundation on the antisemitism on college campuses and Ukraine funding priorities in Congress. SOCIAL MEDIA: https://twitter.com/KevinRobertsTX Bill Nelson, professional idiot in charge of NASA, thinks the far si…
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In the 8 AM Hour: Larry O’Connor and Julie Gunlock discussed: PA Dad tears in school board over a teens teenage biological boy beating a young girl at school Maryland Gov. Wes Moore issues executive order calling for environmental literacy “Yes, REI? I’d like to order 400 Coleman Skydome 2-person tents. Yes, you can charge it to the Grassroots Tota…
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WMAL GUEST: 8:35 AM - INTERVIEW - JOHN ONDRASIK - lead singer of Five for Fighting on his trip to Israel and thoughts on campus antisemitism VIDEO: John Ondrasik performing in Israel https://twitter.com/johnondrasik/status/1782009268608385464 Where to find more about WMAL's morning show: Follow the Show Podcasts on Apple podcasts, Audible and Spoti…
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WMAL GUEST: 7:35 AM - INTERVIEW - JULIE KELLY - publisher of the Substack "Declassified with Julie Kelly" and author of "January 6: How Democrats Used the Capitol Protest to Launch a War on Terror Against the Political Right" WEBSITE: DECLASSIFIED WITH JULIE KELLY - SUBSTACK: https://www.declassified.live/ SOCIAL MEDIA: https://twitter.com/julie_ke…
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WMAL GUEST: 7:05 AM - INTERVIEW - DR. KEVIN ROBERTS - president of Heritage Foundation on the antisemitism on college campuses and Ukraine funding priorities in Congress. SOCIAL MEDIA: https://twitter.com/KevinRobertsTX Where to find more about WMAL's morning show: Follow the Show Podcasts on Apple podcasts, Audible and Spotify. Follow WMAL's "O'Co…
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WMAL GUEST: 6:35 AM - INTERVIEW - CAL THOMAS - Syndicated columnist on the Trump trial, campus antisemitism, and his Title IX column. Where to find more about WMAL's morning show: Follow the Show Podcasts on Apple podcasts, Audible and Spotify. Follow WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" on X: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @patricepinkfile and @heath…
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In a slightly shorter but just as special interview, I head to Barbican to talk to co-founder of UK’s leading hip-hop dance theatre company Boy Blue and composer/producer Michael "Mikey J" Asante in anticipation for Boy Blue's new show "Cycles". With Hip-Hop as an accidental throughline for the interview, we talk his beginnings, starting a dance co…
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Today, we cover Princeton’s Compassionate Medicine Fellowship, US News’s ranking of Princeton High School, a drop in Tesla’s first-quarter profits, and new abortion measures in Italy. Note: This podcast states that Aigbiniode is a staff Features writer and staff Archivist. In fact, she is a contributing Features writer and contributing Archivist. -…
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Democracies in Europe and the world over are grappling with the challenges posed by social media. In this episode, Charlotte Galpin and Verena Brändle talk with host Licia Cianetti about the multiple ways in which the online and the offline intersect in contemporary democracies, and how the engagement-maximising business model of privately owned so…
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Albert Brooks: Interviews (UP of Mississippi, 2024) brings together fourteen profiles of and conversations with Brooks (b. 1947), in which he contemplates, expounds upon, and hilariously jokes about the connections between his show business upbringing, an ambivalence about the film industry, the nature of fame and success, and the meaning and purpo…
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Offering a dynamic and wide-ranging examination of the key issues at the heart of the study of German Fascism, Nazism as Fascism: Violence, Ideology, and the Ground of Consent in Germany 1930-1945 (Routledge, 2013) brings together a selection of Geoff Eley’s most important writings on Nazism and the Third Reich. Featuring a wealth of revised, updat…
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In this episode of the CEU Press Podcast, host Andrea Talabér (CEU Press/CEU Review of Books) sat down with Matt Qvortrup (Coventry University) to discuss his new book with CEU Press entitled, The Political Brain: The Emergence of Neuropolitics (CEU Press, 2024). Putting the “science” back into political science, The Political Brain shows how fMRI-…
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The global battle among the three dominant digital powers―the United States, China, and the European Union―is intensifying. All three regimes are racing to regulate tech companies, with each advancing a competing vision for the digital economy while attempting to expand its sphere of influence in the digital world. In Digital Empires: The Global Ba…
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In this evocative, insightful memoir, a leading voice in Middle Eastern Studies revisits his childhood in war-torn Lebanon and his family’s fascinating history, coming to terms with trauma and desire. Water on Fire: A Memoir of War (Other Press, 2024) tells a story of immigration that starts in a Beirut devastated by the Lebanese Civil War (1975–90…
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J.N. Darby and the Roots of Dispensationalism (Oxford University Press, 2024) describes the work of one of the most important and under-studied theologians in the history of Christianity. In the late 1820s, John Nelson Darby abandoned his career as a priest in the Church of Ireland to become one of the principal leaders of a small but rapidly growi…
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In Unhomed: Cycles of Mobility and Placelessness in American Cinema (University of California Press, 2024), Dr. Pamela Roberston Wojcik examines America's ambivalent and shifting attitude toward homelessness. She considers film cycles from five distinct historical moments that show characters who are unhomed and placeless, mobile rather than fixed—…
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A stunning debut collection of fiction and creative nonfiction-- irreverent and unglorified; loving and tender; uncomfortable and inconvenient--by a Ukrainian writer currently fighting for his country in Kyiv. Includes the celebrated title story "The Ukraine," which was published in the New Yorker in 2022. The Ukraine (Seven Stories Press, 2024; tr…
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Inspired by the legends of Amazon women warriors told by ancient Greek historian Herodotus and evidenced by recent archaeological discoveries in Central Asia, Akmaral (Regal House Publishing, 2024) is the latest historical fiction novel by author Judith Lindbergh. Through the story of its eponymous main character, a nomadic warrior woman living in …
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In this colorful book, historian Sudev Sheth traces how a family of diamond dealers deployed wealth to play off political leaders and survive the collapse of the Mughal Empire. The story highlights the unique role played by Jain and Hindu bankers in the daily affairs of Islamic, Hindu, and early colonial forms of Indian government. Bankrolling Empi…
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On this edition of Parallax Views, the University of Maryland's Prof. Shay Hazkani, a former Israeli journalist turned historian, joins the show to discuss the major themes of his book Dear Palestine: A Social History of the 1948 War and documentary The Soldier's Opinion in light of the Gaza War, settler violence in the West Bank, and the October 7…
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Fresh from his stint at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Irish comedian David O'Doherty is heading to Sydney, Brisbane and Perth with his trusty keyboard. Infusing songs into his comedy sets, David O'Doherty stopped by the RN Breakfast studio to perform a song dedicated to his parents. Guest: David O'Doherty…
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As pro-Palestinian protests at America's University of Columbia enter their seventh day, Australian students are following suit. Students at Sydney University are currently protesting on the campus, opposing what they claim are the university's ties to Israel. Federal Greens Senator David Shoebridge has attended the protest and is supporting the st…
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For government and businesses there's currently no model, framework or incentive to reduce, reuse and recycle, and create a "circular economy". Last year the government created the Circular Economy Ministerial Advisory Group and today it hands down its interim report with recommendations on how to formalise a circular economy in Australia. Guest: P…
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Entrepreneur Elon Musk is making news for all the wrong reasons this week. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has labelled Musk an "arrogant billionaire who thinks he is above the law" while Tesla's share price has tanked, Cybertrucks have been recalled due to dangerous malfunctions and global EV sales have dropped. Guest: Stephen Bartholomeusz, Sydne…
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Molly Ticehurst was found dead in the early hours of Monday morning and her former partner, Daniel Billings, has been charged with her murder. It has been revealed that at the time of the alleged murder, Billings was on bail for rape and stalking charges against Ms Ticehurst. The NSW government is expected to announce details of an urgent review ex…
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Four-years ago, then-Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews promised Melbourne a second medically supervised injecting room, such was the demand for the city's first facility. But that promise has now been broken by his successor Jacinta Allan - despite two Government commissioned reports recommending a new facility and years of work looking to establish…
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A video ban has turned into a global battle between the Australian government and Elon Musk. The Federal e-Safety commissioner is seeking to permanently remove the video of the Sydney church stabbing from X after a court injunction ordered the social media platform to take down the video for two days. Guest: Michelle Rowland, Communications Ministe…
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Atlassian's co-founder Scott Farquhar has released new data showing the company has saved 3.75 million minutes by scrapping unnecessary meetings since acquiring video company Loom for $1.5bn last October. So, how does Atlassian work out which meetings are actually worth having? Guest: Dom Price, Work Futurist, Atlassian…
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Researchers say North Koreans have secretly animated major TV shows for streaming services including Amazon. Cybersecurity experts say a server provided a glimpse into one of the ways the Hermit Kingdom evades international sanctions.Spokespeople for the streaming services say they do not work with North Korean companies and are investigating. Gues…
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Two U.S bases - one in Syria and one in Iraq - have faced separate rocket and drone attacks in the space of 24 hours. It's the first time American military bases in the region have been targeted after a near-three month pause from Iranian-backed militias. Guest: Farhad Alaaldin, Foreign Affairs Advisor to Iraq's Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Suda…
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More than two years after it was first announced, the UK government's plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda has passed through parliament, after a marathon late-night session. The new legislation could mean the first flights to deport migrants could take off within days. The bill's passage comes as five people - including a child - died as they tri…
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