Best Social Sciences podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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A podcast series where Brittlestar talks to successful people about the people, places or opportunities that changed the game for them.
 
As parents, we have many questions and just about everywhere we turn - someone's got the answer! But how do you tease out what really matters? The MINIMUM VIABLE PARENTING framework is your guide to parenting essentials. This framework is based on simple principles of child development and incorporates deep personal values we hold as parents. This is a podcast about the most essential skills parents need in order to raise children with confidence and intention, rather than based on random ad ...
 
This World of Humans is a science podcast focusing on life and social science. Each episode features an exciting new finding with relevance to our shared human experience and explores that discovery with the principal scientist behind it, illuminating and probing the actual process of research and how science works in practice.
 
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Lectures in History
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Join students in college classrooms to hear lectures on topics ranging from the American Revolution to 9-11.
 
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Philosophy Bites
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top philosophers interviewed on bite-sized topics
 
 
The Thomas Jefferson Hour features conversations with Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, as portrayed by the award-winning humanities scholar and author, Clay Jenkinson. The weekly discussion features Mr. Jefferson’s views on events of his time, contemporary issues facing America and answers to questions submitted by his many listeners. To ask President Jefferson a question visit his website at www.jeffersonhour.com
 
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BackStory
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BackStory is a weekly public podcast hosted by U.S. historians Ed Ayers, Brian Balogh, Nathan Connolly and Joanne Freeman. We're based in Charlottesville, Va. at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.Each week we take a topic that people are talking about and explore it through the lens of American history. Through stories, interviews, and conversation with our listeners, we make history engaging and fun.
 
After receiving a traumatic brain injury Shane Krider experienced life altering realizations that enabled him to radically transform his life. He now teaches others these insights.
 
Soon to be dietitians Mandy-Lee Noble & Anna Reeves chat about food, nutrition and the media.
 
A podcast that includes an interview with an AEPP author exploring his/her article on a topical subject with relevance to a broad audience
 
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This is War
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A raw look at the combat and homecoming experience from American veterans who have been deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. “This Is War” chronicles the trials of combat vets both abroad and at home.
 
You Need to Shut Up is a podcast created by me, Dr Jacqui Hoepner. I’m a researcher, writer, science communicator and policy analyst from Canberra, Australia.YNTSU came out of my PhD research, in which I interviewed academics whose work had been attacked, silenced or constrained in some way. I wanted to know why their work was considered so dangerous, particularly as they thought they’d done ‘all the right things.’ They’d ticked all the boxes: ethics clearance, funding applications, peer rev ...
 
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Leading Edge Love
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Discussions about Polyamory, Open Relationships, Non-monogamy and related subjects such as Tantra, healthy sexuality, communication & intentional community
 
Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel examines the thinking behind a current controversy
 
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LOVELINK
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Two Brooklyn therapists, Signe Simon and Simone Humphrey, interview psychologists, astrologers, researchers, and more to find out the hidden wisdoms around all things love and sex.
 
This is a podcast dedicated to answering your questions about mental health, anxiety, depression, relationships, sex, and life WITHOUT psychobabble BS. I am Dr. Robert Duff, a psychologist from Southern California, but I'm also a regular dude who legitimately wants to help out. I wrote the best selling books Hardcore Self Help: F**k Depression and Hardcore Self Help: F**K Anxiety. Those are available at http://hardcoreselfhelp.com
 
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities serves as UNC-Chapel Hill’s faculty home for interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration. The IAH supports its mission through its commitment to three interrelated areas of faculty life: scholarship, leadership, and fellowship. The IAH podcast features in-depth conversations with Fellows. The owl tops Hyde Hall, our Franklin Street home.
 
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Legends
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Welcome to the one stop podcast for all the fight fan needs. UFC, Bellator, WSOF, ONE, KSW, and everything else. You want the fights, I got the results. Tune in after every event to hear fight breakdowns, and results!
 
Podcasts from the Department of Politics and International relations and its centres.
 
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Mysterious Radio
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Subscribe on Apple Podcasts now to enjoy new editions released bi-weekly! Join K-Town as she takes a serious approach to some of the most intriguing conversations with experts around the world. You'll hear subjects on everything from real hauntings, aliens encounters, the unexplained, strange creatures, spirituality, true crime, conspiracies, ancient history, mysterious disappearances, the occult and more. Get access to hundreds of hours of interviews for supporting Mysterious Radio on Patreon!
 
We know you've got time to listen to this podcast about Orange is the New Black. Host Erin Qualey is an experienced therapist who invites various professionals in the mental health and criminal justice fields onto the podcast to discuss and fact check the show as well as process all the feels. We're here for you, friend. Join us! You can contact the podcast on Twitter @YouveGotTimePod, via email at YouveGotTimePodcast@gmail.com, or on Facebook at facebook.com/YouveGotTimePodcast.
 
"An Oral History of the Christian Church," by Adam Christman and Jonathan McCormick, is a conversational history podcast organized by "volume" (season). Check out our companion podcast, "Saints Gone Before"!
 
In each episode, we will talk with leading campus professionals, thought leaders, engineers and innovators addressing the unique challenges and opportunities facing higher ed. and corporate campuses. Our discussions will range from energy conservation and efficiency to planning and finance, from building science to social science from energy systems to food systems. We hope you are ready to learn, share and ultimately accelerate your institution towards solutions.
 
The Everyday Neuro podcast series with Dr Janine Cooper provides knowledge and inspiration to everyone and anyone interested in the fascinating fields of neuroscience, neuropsychology and the human brain. Developed to incorporate information and interviews with experts in the field, the podcasts cover a diverse range of topics from memory and cognition to trauma, brain injury and wellbeing. Janine will guide you through the current research and help you to develop greater understanding of th ...
 
Interviews with people who love numbers and mathematics. Hosted by Brady Haran, maker of the Numberphile series on YouTube.
 
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re:verb
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re:verb is a podcast about politics, culture, and language in action, featuring interviews and segments from scholars, writers, critics, and activists in the humanities, social sciences, and outside the academy.
 
I am for you
 
In a world marked by wicked social problems, The Minefield helps you negotiate the ethical dilemmas, contradictory claims and unacknowledged complicities of modern life.
 
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Sword and Scale
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The Sword and Scale true-crime podcast is an immersive audio experience covering the dark side of humanity and human nature. Our stories delve into the worst of the worst and include murder, rape, dismemberment and cannibalism. No crime is too brutal and no victim is too pure. The worst monsters are real.
 
The Drunken Taoist is a bi-monthly podcast by writer/martial artist/college professor/whatever-label-you-feel-like-adding Daniele Bolelli. One of the monthly episodes features discussions and interviews with one or more guests. The other includes the infamous Bolelli rants and verbal Tai Chi with co-host Rich Evirs. Topics covered by the show include the common thread is whatever makes life intense, passionate and worth living. Anything that meets this requirement is fair game-regardless of ...
 
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Philosophize This!
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Beginner friendly if listened to in order! For anyone interested in an educational podcast about philosophy where you don't need to be a graduate-level philosopher to understand it. In chronological order, the thinkers and ideas that forged the world we live in are broken down and explained.
 
Lectures for PSY 239 at Portland Community College, given by Dana C. Leighton
 
Dr. Brenda Wade, America's Modern Love doctor, transforms love relationships and heals lives as a guestspert on shows like Dr. Oz, The Today's Show through her groundbreaking seminars and books. Follow us and "like" us on Facebook and Twitter!
 
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Very Bad Wizards
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Very Bad Wizards is a podcast featuring a philosopher (Tamler Sommers) and a psychologist (David Pizarro), who share a love for ethics, pop culture, and cognitive science, and who have a marked inability to distinguish sacred from profane. Each podcast includes discussions of moral philosophy, recent work on moral psychology and neuroscience, and the overlap between the two.
 
This podcast provides in-depth explorations of human psychology and transformative insights related to the Myers-Briggs and Jungian personality types.
 
Interviews with intellectuals from across the globe. Topics include philosophy, religion, science, politics, economics, and everything else that's important to humans. Steve Patterson is a philosopher working outside of academia, and he is currently traveling the world to interview people in the pursuit of truth.
 
This podcast is a collection of interviews & lectures, some of which are recorded specifically for this podcast, and some that are from his university courses, public lectures, documentary interviews, and YouTube videos from his channel: Jordan Peterson Videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/JordanPetersonVideos). The podcast offers discussion and information concerning a variety of complex ideas: How moral & pragmatic values regulate emotion and motivation; Psychometric models such as the Big ...
 
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Intel Chip Chat
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Intel® Chip Chat is a recurring podcast series of informal, one-on-one interviews with some of the brightest minds in the industry. Hosted by Intel employee Allyson Klein since 2007, Intel Chip Chat strives to bring listeners closer to the innovations and inspirations of the men and women shaping the future of computing, and in the process share a little bit about the technologists themselves.
 
Enlightening & Entertaining discussions about all things Paranormal with world renowned researchers and experiencers, challenging everything we think we know about Ghosts, Ghouls, Angels, Demons, Aliens, Monster Encounters, Mysteries and Miracles.
 
Faith. Race. Politics. Education. Global Issues. No topic goes untouched when it comes to Pastor Lorenzo Neal. Lorenzo Neal is pastor of New Bethel AME Church of Jackson, MS. author, educator, and political commentator. Launched in June of 2010, Zera Today provides a fresh insight from the perspective of pastor and commentator. The show has played host to prominent guests in its short time and it is receiving good ratings from the online broadcasting community. Pastor Neal is also a highly s ...
 
The Naked Scientists flagship science show brings you a lighthearted look at the latest scientific breakthroughs, interviews with the world's top scientists, answers to your science questions and science experiments to try at home.
 
Monster Move Podcast is your outsider perspectives podcast on all things spooky, strange, and supernatural! Listen to your hosts, Andrew "The Dweeb", and Garett "The Douche". as they talk about all sorts of strange ideas, events, and encounters, and the theories behind them. Each episode, Andrew tells Garett about something fortean that he has never heard of before. Enjoy as Garett scoffs and mocks all of Andrew's, and others, ideas on all things paranormal! Two opposing minds discuss and de ...
 
Welcome to the RiverHistory.com podcast, sharing fascinating stories from United States river history to enlighten, enrich, and entertain curious minds. Enjoy this journey of discovery through the fascinating stories, remarkable people, and amazing significance of the rivers of America both then and now.
 
Welcome to the Idries Shah Foundation podcast, practical psychology for today. This weekly podcast features selections from Idries Shah books, as well as original recordings. It has been made available by The Idries Shah Foundation, and is voiced by David Ault.
 
Insights is a weekly video news podcast program designed to deliver the latest economic, financial and business information to today's mobile executive. Join moderator Sean O'Grady for this week's discussion with industry luminaries and the minds at the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu member firms.
 
Sound thinking: podcasts of current research
 
Sound thinking: podcasts of current research
 
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Pat Thane, Research Professor at King’s College, London and Professor Emerita, University of London, explores the social and political history of Britain over the past 100+ years with Pod Academy’s Lee Millam, as they discuss her latest book, Divided Kingdom. This podcast is a tour de force as Professor Thane takes us from the founding of the L ...…
 
Episode 13 - In this episode, I'm joined by Peter Collins (@MrPCOCollins), who is discussing the relevance of STEM, Coding, and AI in education, and also the current state of education in Australia!Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
Episode 12 - In this episode, I'm joined by Vince Massara (@vincemassara), who is discussing strategies for how teachers can maintain their wellbeing. There may or may not also be a special offer for listeners! Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
Episode 11 - In this very special episode, I'm joined by Pete Whiting (@Mr_van_W), Shawtima Rakovsky(@ShawtimaSmiles), and Steven Kolber (@steven_kolber) in a crossover between Teachers Talking Teaching and Oh, The Humanities! (and Social Sciences). We talk about all of the happenings from RESCON Australia 2018, flipped learning, and everything ...…
 
Episode 10 - In this episode, I'm joined by Scott Wimble (@scott_wimble), who is discussing the use of stories and narrative in the HASS classroom to build connection and engagement. Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
What is the real cost of IVF? As Louise Brown the world’s first “test tube” baby celebrates her 40th birthday – this seminar organised by the Progress Educational Trust explores not just the economic cost, but also the emotional and psychological costs. Worldwide there have been 60 million live births as a result of IVF, but it is still the cas ...…
 
Episode 9 - In this episode, I'm joined by Kurt Challinor (@kchalls), who is discussing Religious Education, and how you would integrate flipped learning and PBL within it.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
Episode 8 - In this episode, I'm joined by Khya Brooks, who is discussing what Zombie Geography is, and when and how you would use it. For the resources mentioned, visit https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13Vn5hxycqpyTUaTpu8Y-Y9PyHAWuHQItPlease subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
This podcast is drawn from a Progress Educational Trust (PET) event called Putting Your Genome to Work: For the NHS, for Industry, for the UK Post-Brexit Chair: Sarah Norcross, Director of PET Speakers: Dr Eliot Forster, Chair of MedCity Dr Edward HockingsFounding Director of Ethics and Genetics Dr Athena Matakidou, Head of Clinical Genomics at ...…
 
Episode 7 - In this episode, I'm joined by Brendan Mitchell (@C21_Teaching), who is discussing what flipped learning is, and how it can be used in a primary school setting.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
Maxwell Ward talks to Dr Lawrence Rosenthal, chair of the Berkeley Centre for Right-Wing Studies, about the Alt-Right’s unlikely journey into the mainstream of US politics and their more recent struggles. What are their ambitions? What do they really think of Donald Trump? And where do they go from here? But the first thing Maxwell wanted to kn ...…
 
Episode 6 - In this episode, I'm joined by Summer Howarth (@EduSum), who is discussing educational change, innovation in education, the good/bad/ugly of education conferences, and her time as a HASS teacher.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
Episode 5 - In this episode, I'm joined by Meridith Ebbs (@iMerinet), who is discussing STEM, how it can be integrated with HASS, and great ways to improve your practice.Here are the links mentioned:1. https://csermoocs.adelaide.edu.au/library/2. https://www.allaboutexplorers.com/3. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/meridith-ebbs-119930064734. ht ...…
 
Episode 4 - In this episode, I'm joined by Anne Gripton (@gripgirl), who is discussing History education, and whether you can use the past to inform the present and future.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
Episode 3 - In this episode, I'm joined by Matt Esterman (@mesterman), who is discussing professional learning opportunities for teachers, and how to find the best fit for your needs.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
Episode 2 - In this episode, I'm joined by Maree Whiteley (@mareewhiteley), who is discussing the new HASS Week initiative, its aims, and how people can get involved.Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
Episode 1 - This is a welcome episode for Oh, The Humanities! (and Social Sciences).Please subscribe and leave a review!@MrMCimino
 
Journalism has been called ‘the first draft of history’, and as a first draft it may be written over, forgotten, ignored. In this podcast, journalist Martin Bright (@martinbright) considers one tiny strand of the story of the Iraq war. It illustrates truth and fake news, things that are very much on our minds at the moment. It is taken from a l ...…
 
Following the election of Donald Trump, the alt-right has come to play a significant role in American political discourse. They are an upstart political movement that rejects traditional conservatism and championed Trump and his opposition to political correctness. But how did a movement rooted in online and video game culture come to be so inf ...…
 
We appear fascinated with the phenomenon of the woman who kills. In the last year alone in the UK, both ITV and channel 4 have launched popular documentary series chronicling the shocking lives and crimes of women who commit murder. But what is it about the murderess that renders her so interesting? To social historian Dr Anna Jenkin (@acjenkin ...…
 
What is the scorecard for President Donald Trump after the first 100 Days? “C minus overall,” says Peter Trubowitz, Professor of International Relations and Director of the US Centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Associate Fellow at Chatham House, Royal Institute of International Affairs. Trump said he was going to ...…
 
“A lie can get halfway around the world before the truth can get its boots on,” said Winston Churchill. If that was the case then, how much more valid is it today. The explosion of social media and its ability to circulate and generate misinformaton has completely changed the political landscape. And it has led to a whole new branch of journali ...…
 
Always on our smartphones and other digital devices, we live in an expository society, says Prof Bernard Harcourt. The landscape described in his new book is a dystopia saturated by pleasure. We do not live in a drab Orwellian world, he writes. We live in a beautiful, colourful, stimulating, digital world a rich, bright world full of passion an ...…
 
This is the second in our series on the 2016 US Presidential election, in which Alex Burd talks to Peter Trubowitz, Professor of International Relations and Director of the US Centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Associate Fellow at Chatham House, Royal Institute of International Affairs. [ The first podcast, on Do ...…
 
“The American dream is dead. I will bring it back and we will make America great again…..” In nine months Donald Trump has stunned the political establishment, brushing aside other contenders to become the Republican nominee in the race for the White House. How has the man made famous for saying ‘You’re fired’ come so close to landing the bigge ...…
 
“We always write – and read – history thought the prism of our contemporary concerns,” So why study history? What do we mean by ‘history’? This podcast is a lecture by Dr Richard Barnett, which was part of a course on Thinking run by the IF Project, the free university in London. “We always write – and read – history thought the prism of our co ...…
 
Once upon a time, in the land of Great Britain, Amanda woke up to the sun shining on a bright Monday morning. Before she got out of bed, she opened the BBC weather app on her phone to check the weather for the day ahead. She had started leaving her trail of digital breadcrumbs……. She took a shower, made some breakfast, brushed her teeth and lef ...…
 
When the gun is replaced by the melody: how does music resist? ‘Even if they don’t have a message, the act of actually playing music itself is resistance,’ says Dr. Sara McGuiness, senior teaching fellow in Music at SOAS. Classical Thai musician Luang Pradit Pairoh fought through the melodies of his songs surrounded by oppression; Ahmed Maher s ...…
 
The internet has long been seen as a force of global connection, But this notion of a global internet has never been entirely accurate. Language barriers, access limitations, censorship and the human impulse to stay within your own social circles contribute to us staying local. And then there is the larger architecture of the internet. This pod ...…
 
Autism is a condition that affects about one in a hundred of us. But few people understand or can recognise it. This can have serious implications when people with autism encounter the criminal justice system. Recent research by City University and the University of Bath suggests that most people with autism, and about 75% of their parents, are ...…
 
The films of truly outstanding director Spike Lee take a special niche in American cinema. More than that, they especially enrich so-called Black cinema. Lee’s oeuvre includes a great number of films. To mention just some of them: She’s Gotta Have It (1986), Do the Right Thing (1989), Jungle Fever (1991), Malcolm X (1992), He Got Game (1998), L ...…
 
Science Fiction can often help us understand realpolitik in the real world. Is Tyrian Lannister a realist or a liberal? What would Mr. Spock have to say about rational choice theory? And what did Stanley Kubrick read to create Dr. Strangelove? Stephen Dyson is the author of Otherworldly Politics: The International Relations of Star Trek, Game o ...…
 
‘Lock them up and throw away the key!’ is something that is often heard. But does locking someone up for committing a crime really work to punish an individual? What about having them come back into society a changed person, asks presenter and producer Lee Millam in this podcast. Prisons, why do we send people there? Does it work? Should it wor ...…
 
As the Paris global climate negotiations get under way, we in Britain face the prospect of increased flooding. . What can we do about it? Gresham College in the City of London was founded in 1597 and over 400 years has provided a range of free lectures on different subjects to those who live and work in London. One recent lecture was The next b ...…
 
The number of couples seeking fertility treatment is rising every year. But donor assisted conception poses huge ethical and human rights issues. Up until 10 years ago, sperm donors and women who donated eggs had a right to remain anonymous. Then the law was changed in 2005 giving donor conceived people the right to information about their dono ...…
 
First published in 1983, Lise Vogel’s Marxism and the Oppression of Women – toward a unitary theory is regarded as one of the founding texts of Marxist Feminism. It has now been relaunched, and Pod Academy was at the relaunch. Lisa Vogel was joined on the platform by Dr Tithi Battacharya, Purdue Liberal Arts University, in US, Dr Sue Ferguson, ...…
 
In this podcast, Tatiana Prorokova considers gender ambiguity in Vietnam War films. The Vietnam War takes a specific place in U.S. military history. Having influenced generations of Americans, the conflict unsurprisingly found a wide reflection in American cinema. The most famous, as well as the most significant ones were the films created in t ...…
 
Podcast produced and presented by Alex Burd In December 2011 a Tunisian vegetable vendor set himself alight in protest at the economic policies of his country. The death of Mohamed Bouazizi would light the touch paper in Tunis and the surrounding Arab world which would see dictators toppled, wars break out and millions of people displaced in wh ...…
 
Podcast produced by Lee Millam Slang. In this podcast Tony Thorne, former Head of the Language Centre, now Visiting Consultant, at King’s College, London and author of the Bloomsbury Dictionary of Contemporary Slang, looks at what slang is, how it’s used, where it comes from and what words are being used as part of our everyday language. Slang ...…
 
Wilfred Bion (1897 – 1979) was an influential (if at times ‘gnomic’) psychoanalyst who spent much of his working life at the Tavistock clinic in London. He is perhaps best known for Experiences in Groups (London:Tavistock 1961), a key text in the emerging group psychotherapy and encounter group movements of the 1960s,and for Learning from Exper ...…
 
“We know the jockey wants to win the race, and it is beguiling to imagine the horse knows what the challenge is, knows somehow the significance of the finishing post and therefore is a willing participant in this endeavour. If you buy into that framework you can imagine the horse views the whip strikes purely as a form of encouragement. ‘Thanks ...…
 
New Zealand is an important place for thoroughbred breeding and racing. Most races are on the flat, but jumps racing is conducted in the cooler months. At the 2013 National Jumps Day at Te Rapa, Hamilton, two horses were put down after bad falls over the jumps. In this conversation Dr Siobhan O’Sullivan of the podcast show, Knowing Animals talk ...…
 
Journalism is changing, and so is the way we consume journalism. On the eve of the 2015 Future of Journalism Conference, Tess Woodcraft talks to Angela Phillips, Professor of Journalism at Goldsmiths, University of London and author of Journalism in Context (Routhledge 2015) about how strong news journalism is crucial for informed citizenship, ...…
 
In this podcast Dr Sonja Schillings explores how the use of the Latin term Hostis Humani Generis (the enemy of all mankind), which was originally applied to pirates, now creates an extralegal space which is being used to legitimise the assassination of international terrorists all over the world. This is just part of her forthcoming book, Hosti ...…
 
This podcast is about how a group of women campaigners and academics worked together and achieved a change in the law – making the possession of rape pornography illegal. It features author and former barrister Elizabeth Woodcraft in conversation with Professor Erica Rackley, University of Birmingham, Dr Fiona Vera Gray of Rape Crisis South Lon ...…
 
In the ‘old game’, the analogue world of centralised knowledge institutions, knowledge was power. But now that knowledge is everywhere, the rules of the game have changed. In his essay “Digital tailspin: 10 rules for the internet after Snowden” writer and activist Michael Seemann (@mspro) examines how we’ve lost our ability to control the way i ...…
 
14th January 1795 ANN HAWKINS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 7th of January , a feather bed, value 20s. a flock and feather bolster, value 10d. two woollen blankets, value 3s. a linen sheet, value 2s. a linen counterpane, value 12d. a looking glass in a walnut-tree frame, value 4s. a pair of tongs, value 6d. a brass candlestick, ...…
 
“Current economic orthodoxy”, says Christian Felber, “confuses means and ends. It says we should strive for the accumulation and maximisation of money and capital, but they are the means, not the ends……The end is the common good.” He proposes a new approach to economics, putting the system on a new course. Key to this new economy is moving from ...…
 
“We are developing the discipline of feminist legal history, which scarcely even exists in this country…Feminist history asks a different set of questions.” (Rosemary Auchmuty) In this podcast about the Women’s Legal Landmarks project, author and barrister Elizabeth Woodcraft talks to Professor Rosemary Auchmuty of Reading University’s School o ...…
 
There’s a little red-faced man, Which is Bobs, Rides the tallest ‘orse ‘e can- Our Bobs. If it bucks or kicks or rears, ‘E can sit for twenty years With a smile round both ‘is ears- Can’t yer, Bobs? That is the ditty British troops would recite about Field Marshall Lord Roberts (1832-1914) veteran of the Boer War and the 19th century wars in Af ...…
 
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