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A forensic, fast-paced and sometimes irreverent take on the news that you won't find elsewhere. Using a unique ten-screen studio, we'll break down the news through analysing the data, the facts, the videos and the digital noise.​
 
The Newsmakers is TRT World’s flagship current affairs programme, featuring in-depth reports and interviews with the drivers of the biggest stories of the week. Hosted by award-winning journalist Imran Garda, we go to the heart of every issue, offering unfiltered debates, context and commentary that disrupt conventional perspectives on international affairs. We generate discussion, drive the news agenda and demand accountability from people in power. The Newsmakers is an honest and relevant ...
 
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Iron Culture was started by Eric Helms and Omar Isuf as a means of exploring the world of physical culture and attempting to distill a unified philosophy of lifting and to help listeners find greater meaning from the iron. The lifting community has become fractured over the last ~70 years and this Podcast will attempt to explore the fundamental threads that unite these different tribes. The Podcast focuses on dispensing practical, useful information to the listener, bouncing from history, to ...
 
Your mind is your best performance tool. Train Your Mind is the podcast that teaches endurance athletes how to train their minds like they train their bodies. Certified Life Coach and Mindset Expert, Vanessa Faye Foerster went from middle of the pack finisher to Kona qualifier in one year and now teaches athletes how to build radical self confidence to achieve their next level performance. To learn more, head over to www.vanessafayefoerster.com. Follow me on Instagram: @vanessafayefoerster
 
4-Time Trainer Of The Year Mike Dolce shares his thoughts on topics ranging from pregnancy weight to bench pressing twice your body weight. He also answers your questions and brings you behind the scenes of his world-class training camps. The founder of The Dolce Diet, Mike is known the world over for his work managing the weight cuts of professional athletes worldwide. His #1 international best-selling books include The Dolce Diet: 3 Weeks to Shredded, The Dolce Diet: Living Lean, & The Dol ...
 
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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has recently concluded his four-day visit to three West African countries: Angola, Togo and Nigeria. Turkey aims to play a contributing role in the economic and social development of the region and continent. And President Erdogan's signing of a series of deals in the areas of trade, energy and defence is a s…
 
Relations between the United States and Turkey have been fraught for years. Things worsened back in 2019 when the US removed Turkey from its F-35 fighter jets programme in response to Ankara's purchase of the Russian-made S-400 missile defence system. Recently, there have been signs that both the US and Turkey are engaged in active consultation to …
 
Asian markets have rallied on news that China Evergrande narrowly avoided defaulting on its debt thanks to a last-minute payment. State media says the property giant wired the 83-and-a-half million dollars in interest owed to creditors. It was due last month, but the company was given a 30-day grace period, which was set to expire this weekend. Eve…
 
Tesla has reported record earnings for the third consecutive quarter, on the back of strong sales in the large Chinese market. The electric carmaker says it made 1-point-6 billion dollars in the three months to September. That's up almost 400 percent year-on-year. Revenues also beat expectations, coming in at 13-point-8 billion dollars. Earlier thi…
 
Tesla has reported record earnings for the third consecutive quarter, on the back of strong sales in the large Chinese market. The electric carmaker says it made 1-point-6 billion dollars in the three months to September. That's up almost 400 percent year-on-year. Revenues also beat expectations, coming in at 13-point-8 billion dollars. Earlier thi…
 
The way British news outlets are blaming Brexit for a shortage of workers, empty food shelves and the prospect of what some are calling a Cancelled Christmas, you might think it’s the UK that is the only country affected. But across the world others are facing similar problems. GUESTS: Nisa Bayindir Consumer Psychologist Behavioural ScientistCather…
 
The warnings are growing louder. Another world-shaking "Black Swan" event may be on its way - and it could affect us all. Something like the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the financial crisis that followed causing great destruction. But what is a Black Swan event and what form will it take this time? Could it be it be hyperinflation, rising inter…
 
Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia and North Macedonia have been on the waiting list for almost 20 years. Now they’ve been told that one day they will be welcome, but not when that day will be. Why does the European Union appear to have gone, if not cold, then a little chilly about inviting six Balkan countries to the bloc? It appears the …
 
Bitcoin surges past $66,000, new all-time highBitcoin has reached a fresh all-time high, surging past 66-thousand dollars. That's as investors backed the launch of a bitcoin-linked exchange-traded fund in the US. The Proshares Bitcoin ETF has topped a-billion dollars in assets since its first day of trading on Tuesday. The world's leading digital t…
 
Bitcoin surges towards record high on ETF debutBitcoin has topped 64 thousand dollars for the first time in six months, nearing its all-time high. Shares of the first US bitcoin-linked exchange traded fund jumped 4-point-8 percent in the first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange. The world's biggest cryptocurrency hit a record high of 64-…
 
Netflix continues to assert its dominance in the streaming market, despite stiff competition from the likes of Disney-plus and H-B-O Max. The company added four-point-four-million subscribers in the third quarter. That's double what it saw in the same period last year, and brings Netflix's global customer base to more than 213 million. Revenues ros…
 
On this episode of Showcase;The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present 00:02Kenneth Womack, Author ‘John Lennon 1980: The Last Days in the Life’ 00:37Love is in the Bin 08:50Shortcuts 10:18In Conversation with Pedro Alonso 12:03Matt Goss' new Album 19:55Comics Art at the Uffizi Galleries 21:49#PaulMcCartney #PedroAlonso #Banksy…
 
The private aviation industry is having a lofty year. While many commercial airlines are struggling, demand for private jets is surging. But with supply chain issues and logistical challenges, it's set to be a bumpy ride ahead. Kyoko Gasha takes a closer look at what's driving this market.#PrivateAviation #Pandemic #Jets #CommercialAirlines…
 
Global foreign direct investment in the first half of this year rebounded as major economies recovered from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. That's according to the UN Conference on Trade and Development's latest 'Investment Trends Monitor' report. FDI flows surged to more than 850-billion dollars in the first two quarters of the year, mostly …
 
The British government has secured more than 13-billion dollars in new foreign investments in a bid to lure back much-needed funds after Brexit. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is looking to convince the likes of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon and JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon to back green energy projects in the country. J…
 
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is on a three-nation tour of Africa in a bid to strengthen relations with the continent. He's visiting Angola, Togo and Nigeria, and is expected to finalise a number of deals from defence to education during his visit. It's all part of Turkey's moves to grow its economic and diplomatic presence in Africa. Mob…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the vulnerability of global supply chains. With major exporters, such as China and other Asian countries, losing business due to rising shipping costs and lockdowns, many companies are starting to look for producers closer to home. So, can Turkey's manufacturers step in and fill this void? Guests: Ozan OzkuralCEO of Ta…
 
A Taliban delegation has met Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Ankara. The Taliban's acting foreign minister says Turkey has an active role to play in the war-stricken country. But the Turkish foreign minister reiterated the world community's expectations, urging the Taliban to be more inclusive, especially in areas of women and minorit…
 
Alibaba launches new server chip to boost cloud businessAlibaba has launched a new server chip that's based on advanced 5-nanometre technology as it looks to boost its cloud computing business. The Yitian 710 will help the Chinese e-commerce giant compete against US rivals such as Amazon and Microsoft. The processor will be deployed in Alibaba's in…
 
Fitness expert Mike Dolce offers a no-nonsense look at life, focusing on topics like fitness, health, weight loss, relationships, money, parenting and more! Come laugh with us, and maybe learn a thing or two! A father of two young girls, Mike Dolce is a 4X World MMA Awards Trainer of the Year, NJ Martial Arts Hall of Fame Inductee and was named a M…
 
China's economic growth slowed to a crawl in the third quarter, raising concerns over the global recovery from the pandemic. G-D-P in the July to September period expanded 0-point-2 percent from the previous three months. The year-on-year number was 4-point-9 percent, down from the almost 8 percent growth recorded in the second quarter. The slump w…
 
A malfunctioning hidden shredder was all that saved the Banksy painting 'Girl with Balloon' from the bin. That's right after it was auctioned off for more than a million dollars in 2018. But the failed stunt has proven to be a huge financial success. Paolo Montecillo has the details. #Banksy #Auction #GirlwithBalloon #Shredder…
 
A foreign-language TV show based on Korean kids' games, where most of the characters die. It doesn't sound like the traditional recipe for a global hit. But perhaps that's part of Squid Game's appeal. The dystopian South Korean series has become a surprise worldwide phenomenon. It's Netflix's most popular debut and has sparked a small business boom…
 
Around 2.2 billion people worldwide suffer from blindness or some form of vision loss. Most don't know they have a condition that causes blindness, like glaucoma, until it's too late. But one Turkish lab is on a mission to detect the condition early and help patients preserve the most important human sense. Laila Humairah reports. #Glaucoma #Biotec…
 
The pandemic has seen consumers shift to online shopping, as stores were forced to shut their doors for long periods over the past 20 months. In the UK, that has led to thousands of closures this year. But new data suggests that independent retailers are coming to the rescue of the ailing high street. Matt Gooderick has more.#UKretailers #Pandemic …
 
G20 finance ministers have endorsed a plan to roll out a global minimum corporate income tax rate of 15 percent within the next two years. More than 130 countries have already signed on to the agreement, which is aimed at making large multinational corporations pay more. Mobin Nasir reports. We had a chat to Director of Applied Economics at George …
 
Supply chain bottlenecks are pushing up the cost of a wide variety of goods. That's because of rising demand for products that the world's infrastructure isn't equipped to handle. As Paolo Montecillo reports, it's threatening to derail the fragile recovery from the pandemic. For more, we spoke to Samir Dani. He's a professor of operations managemen…
 
With the Republic of Ireland in the EU and Northern Ireland not, what’s causing friction is the movement of goods between the two post-Brexit.The UK says it wants a deal that was negotiated on that change, and if it’s not then it could put the whole matter into dispute. And that, it’s feared, could put the Northern Ireland peace agreement at risk.G…
 
In this episode of Iron Culture, we address the questions “How long can I keep progressing or maintain my peak as I get older? and "What can I do to stay at my best for as long as possible?” After our previous metabolism myths episode, where we discussed how many age related effects come much later than most think, we wanted to do a follow up to fo…
 
🇺🇸 Trial for Ahmaud Arbery's murder case set to begin in the US🇮🇳 Flash floods in southern India kill at least 25 people🇹🇷 Turkey's president begins his four-day tour of three African countries🕋 Muslim worshippers are back to shoulder-to-shoulder prayers in MeccaAnd that’s your daily news brief from TRT World. For more, head to trtworld.com…
 
The UN Human Rights Council has voted to end the mandate of experts investigating war crimes in Yemen. Trapped in the world's worst humanitarian crisis, seven years of war has killed more than 100,000 people, and left nearly four million displaced. Now that the UN has voted to shut down a war crimes probe, fears are growing that it could embolden d…
 
Tensions between France and Algeria are escalating, after recent comments by French President Macron on France's colonial past. Algeria reacted by recalling its ambassador to Paris. The diplomatic row between the two countries is surfacing at a sensitive time for Macron as France's standing in northern Africa continues to erode. So, how will this d…
 
How much easier is it to live in the 21st century than in times gone by? By most counts - mortality/ education/ disease it is a great deal easier. But what about mental health? Are times tougher now, or are we just more aware of the issues and prepared to discuss them?Guests:Ledia LazeriWHO Europe Mental Health Team Emma Jayne GoochMother of Mental…
 
Facebook Whistle-blower Frances Haugen revealed the dark side of the social media giant - that also owns Instagram and Whatsapp - when she testified before Congress earlier this month. She described how her former employer damages children, enables sectarian conflict and undermines democracy, all for profit. Facebook responded by trying to discredi…
 
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