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THIS MONTH IN HISTORY

Paul Letters and Noreen Mir (RTHK Radio 3)

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Each month historian Paul Letters delves back into events from This Month in History. The focus is on modern history, with anaylsis of how historical events shape our modern world. For example, we talked to the US fighter pilot who stepped into the March 1969 conflict between China and the USSR which caused the "Madman" nuclear alert.
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Mir & Joel’s Health and Wellbeing café: https://bit.ly/WellBEingPodcast Each month, a 20-minute audio podcast features experts sharing their health tips, enriching life experiences, quotes, breakthroughs, favourite music, passions, recipes, meditations and lots more! We support Kogi indigenous people in Colombia, who need our help planting trees. You can help via: https://www.patreon.com/health_and_wellbeing and via: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sturnartp Tune in for your tune-up! There’s so ...
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Selektiv Mesuren si wichteg, grad elo wou ëmmer méi Leit Schwieregkeeten hunn, d’Enner zesummen ze bréngen. De Staat hëlleft do zum Beispill mat der “Allocation de vie chère”, der “Prime énergie”, der "Subvention de loyer". Mee finanziell Hëllef vum Staat kritt een net einfach esou; et muss een Demandë maachen. De Gaston Ternes geet a senger Carte …
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Le 15 septembre, les dirigeants du United Automobile Workers (UAW) ont annoncé le début d’une grève syndicale. Le 20 octobre, 34,000 membres du syndicat étaient en grève et environ 5,000 employés avaient été mis à pied par le big three automobile américain. Vincent Guillotte revient sur cette grève syndicale avec Joseph Abounohra, éditeur principal…
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Host Andrew Xu sits down once again with Jessica Grose, an opinion writer for The New York Times. They discuss the negative effects of pandemic-induced school closures, the increased prominence of grade inflation in schools, and other contributors to teacher demoralization in the United States. References "The Rise and Fall of the Teaching Professi…
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Host Andrew Xu sits down with Yascha Mounk, the head of Persuasion and a contributing writer for The Atlantic. They discuss his new book The Identity Trap: A Story of Ideas and Power in Our Time, and the set of ideas, ideologies, and cultural attitudes which he dubs "the identity synthesis" in his book. References "The Identity Trap: A Story of Ide…
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