Best Tijuana podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Bob's Fishbowl
The Show of Big News, Bold Opinions, Tough Questions, Occasional Rhetorical Brilliance...and the Quasi-Talking Extradimensional FishB. M-F we be doin' it from Tijuana.
Home of the Brave
Home of the Brave: new and old stories from "This American Life" contributor Scott Carrier.
REDIRECT is a weekly dive into the world of immigration law and its human consequences. Refugees and border walls, rhetoric and politics. We break it down and get to the truth.
The news you need to know in San Diego. Delivered M-F. // Powered by The San Diego Union-Tribune.
Home of the Brave
Home of the Brave: new and old stories from "This American Life" contributor Scott Carrier.
Quirky Comedy and Conversation. As we say, it's "the show for everybody... but not everybody will like it:."
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Last November, concertina wire — or razor wire — was installed to address fears that large crowds of Central American migrants would force their way into the country.Thieves are now stealing that same material at night and using it in their homes or selling the razor wire to Tijuana residents who are using it as an extra layer of home security ...…
Canada is under pressure from the two rival powers over the Meng Wanzhou extradition case.
TJ.20 Tijuana Patio by Bob Van Dyne
Municipalities throughout the country, including in the San Diego region, are trying to salvage their recycling programs in the wake of China’s ban on certain plastics and papers.Officials have urged residents to fill their blue bins with only locally approved materials as city contractors scramble to find new markets and meet tightening standa ...…
Irish cuisine has more to offer than just corned beef and cabbage. Award-winning Irish Chef and food writer Darina Allen shared a few of her favorite recipes.
The center-right European People's Party faces off with its Hungarian partners that keep bashing Brussels and migrants.
TJ.19 God Did It by Bob Van Dyne
On Wednesday, photojournalist Tom Franklin captured video of two migrants slipping through the porous border fence in Playas, where a section of the lattice fencing had been pulled back. Franklin went back to the fence Thursday to see if it had been repaired.A group of migrants who breached the U.S. border fence by the Pacific Ocean at Playas d ...…
This week Matthew and I are back together to discuss: The pro bono case we took thanks to our patrons;Bad lawyers who put their clients in removal proceedings;Representing immigrants with criminal history. I think this is a good conversation that will make you think about how the debate about immigration is framed. Remember, if you enjoy this d ...…
TJ.18 Potato Salad by Bob Van Dyne
Homeless people may now sleep in their vehicles, a legal change that has caused some frustration in San Diego's beach communities.
As ISIS loses territory and captives are rescued, broken Yazidi families hold out hope that their loved ones could still return.
This is a story I produced last summer for The New Yorker Radio Hour. It’s about a controversy over one of the newest long-distance hiking trails in the United States. It was a difficult story to cover and explain, but I had excellent help from the NYRH producers and editors. I’d like to work for them again. Donate Ron Strickland, father of the ...…
This is a story I produced last summer for The New Yorker Radio Hour. It’s about a controversy over one of the newest long-distance hiking trails in the United States. It was a difficult story to cover and explain, but I had excellent help from the NYRH producers and editors. I’d like to work for them again. Donate Ron Strickland, father of the ...…
TJ.17 The Burden by Bob Van Dyne
A massive investigation into a college admissions bribery scheme for the wealthy has ensnared a former University of San Diego sports coach who allegedly took kickbacks and parents of two local families accused of paying $875,000 total to get sons and daughters into elite universities. ...…
Last year, China drastically cut back its imports of plastic waste to recycle. Now the U.S. and other wealthy nations must figure out what to do with their discards.
TJ.16 Everyone is Sick by Bob Van Dyne
On Jan. 31, state Assemblyman Freddie Rodriguez, D-Pomona, introduced Assembly Bill 329. The legislation mandates up to one year of jail time and up to $2,000 in fines for anyone who assaults or batters a health care worker inside a hospital. Current law extends those penalties only to doctors and nurses working outside hospitals in emergency s ...…
Indonesia, the only country with Komodo dragons in the wild, wants to double the number of tourists at a national park where many of the animals live. Conservationists warn against too many tourists.
TJ.15 The Switchblade!!! by Bob Van Dyne
Every year, the San Diego Union-Tribune totals the number of homicides in the county.Last year, there were 86 deaths, which is a 13 percent increase from last year. Shootings were the most common cause of death, followed by domestic violence.
This week I talk with Jeremy Slack, a expert on Mexico and deportation. His next book, Deported to Death: How Drug Violence is reshaping migration in Mexico, won the International Competition for Public Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley and will be publish in the University of California Press.…
In his essay this week, NPR's Scott Simon writes about how Mario Puzo's novel The Godfather ended up in a pile of books on the streets of Kabul and sparked one young man's imagination.
TJ.14 It's Women's Day by Bob Van Dyne
Documents published Wednesday indicate that the federal government has monitored a group of journalists, attorneys, advocates and activists who interacted with a migrant caravan that arrived in Tijuana late last year.NBC7 in San Diego published leaked documents Wednesday indicating that the U.S. government has kept dossiers on a group of 59 adv ...…
TJ.13 God and the Dog by Bob Van Dyne
San Diego scientist who led an expedition into dangerous waters off Chile collected tissue samples that could prove the existence of a graceful new species of killer whale, ending decades of mystery.Robert Pitman of NOAA’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center (SFSC) in La Jolla gathered the samples in January from three of the animals, which some ...…
Berlin's buzzing food scene, its fine cultural offerings and its real estate boom all have the imprint of the city's burgeoning Israeli community.
TJ.12 Ash Wednesday by Bob Van Dyne
The San Diego Union-Tribune is one of the many news organizations that participates in Sunshine Week, which will begin next week. Here's a preview of what is coming.
TJ.11 Mexican Boner by Bob Van Dyne
After two years working and living in Germany, Carrie and Scott Packard were itching to move back into their four-bed, two-bath Carlsbad home. They just couldn’t wait.But they had to.Their tenants, a young professional couple, had trashed the house. Dogs had ripped carpeting and urinated on floors. Garbage was strewn inside and outside. The yar ...…
TJ.10 Going Long by Bob Van Dyne
The affidavits filed by federal agents to secure search warrants for San Diego jeweler Leo Hamel and others have been sealed by a judge, along with any inventory of what was seized earlier this month. But court records show that Hamel and his former wife stored many firearms at their Jamul estate. ...…
People with eating disorders are too often portrayed as white, skinny young women. One group is trying to spread the word that eating disorders affect people of every race, gender and body size.
TJ.9 Throw That Cheese by Bob Van Dyne
The city of San Diego and San Diego State University have signaled that they are serious about making a deal on the Mission Valley property where the university plans to build a new football stadium and a satellite campus.Friday, the city and the university published for the first time the extensive roster of professionals who will be going to ...…
After two fiery attacks on its treatment centers in Democratic Republic of the Congo, the medical charity is putting its operations there on hold — and rethinking its role.
This week I'm joined by Luis Cortes and Rebecca Jamil, a former Immigration Judge who stepped down after Jeff Sessions announced a series of changes, including limitations on asylum protections for domestic violence victims. You can read more about her here: ...…
TJ.8 Seeing Crazy Things by Bob Van Dyne
While the president’s former attorney Michael Cohen made headlines testifying before Congress Wednesday, a few senior defense officials were grilled in the same building at another Congressional hearing on military issues that could affect San Diego County.A House Appropriations subcommittee called a hearing on the impact that President Donald ...…
It's a major blow to the long-serving prime minister, who faces charges that include bribery. However, he still has a chance to hold off any indictment during a court hearing.
TJ.7 Aqua Net by Bob Van Dyne
Already, three terrible long weeks had passed without answers and the family of Fernanda González Serrano could not let another day go by without the truth.González, 32, who grew up in San Diego and Tijuana, was dedicated to her family and would never ignore them or willfully take off, they insisted. She was missing without any clues as to her ...…
Both sides claim to have shot down the others' warplanes in what amounts to a major escalation of tensions between the rival nuclear powers.
TJ.6 The Day of Days by Bob Van Dyne
On Nov. 11, 1978, Simi Valley police arrested restaurant manager Craig Coley for the murder of his girlfriend and her 4-year-old son.Despite a solid alibi, no criminal record, questionable evidence and a public outcry over his innocence, Coley was convicted of the crimes. He spent 38 years and 10 months in prison before Governor Jerry Brown, ci ...…
Since U.S. ties improved, Vietnam's growth has surged. "North Korea is now like Vietnam in the past. They are looking for new ways to get out of their isolated situation," says a Vietnamese analyst.
TJ.5 The Bob!!! by Bob Van Dyne
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