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The Take is a daily interview-driven international news podcast hosted by award-winning journalist Malika Bilal. Each episode focuses on conversations with journalists and people directly impacted by the news of the day, offering our listeners the context necessary to understand what's in the headlines. With millions of global listens, it's clear the conversations we're having on The Take are worth hearing. And critics think so too. The show has won the Online Journalism Awards, the Signal A ...
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How do you go forward when the past is breathing down your neck? Carvell Wallace talks to Americans grappling with the state of the union while trying to reconcile his own family's fractured history. If America is an estranged family, this show is our awkward holiday dinner.
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Necessary Tomorrows

Al Jazeera Media Network

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Ursula, an AI instructor from the future, encourages listeners to study the turbulent 2020s. Mixing speculative fiction and documentary, leading sci-fi authors bring us three futures that seem like fantasy: animals are people, capitalism is banned from outer space and humans and AI have become kin. We meet the writers who dream of these futures and the activists, scientists and thinkers who are turning fiction into fact. Show Credits: The Necessary Tomorrows podcast is from Doha Debates and ...
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Whether you call it football or soccer, you can’t understand it without understanding the modern world — and you can’t understand the modern world without understanding its most popular sport. Join host David Goldblatt for conversations about politics, culture, economics, immigration, religion, cinema — and of course, some all-time favorite goals.
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In the world of news, headlines are essential, but providing in-depth analysis of news and current affairs became rare. We analyze the news and simplify complex geopolitical realities of the Middle East and wider Muslim world. To help you make sense of it all, join our host Sami Zeidan.
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The Transit Lounge chronicles the journeys of people who’ve had a considerable impact on the Muslim world. In season 1, we hear from successful entrepreneurs, academics, scholars and politicians. Hosted by Mohamad Zaoud, each episode explores the highs and lows of our guests, and tackles the question of our time - what does it take to find balance when living a contemporary Muslim life.Mohamad Zaoud is a brand enthusiast and consults businesses and NGOs on brand & growth strategies. He’s cur ...
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A podcast by Enzo Caputo focusing on wealth management, Swiss banking, tax optimisation, international relocation, business opportunities and more. Enzo Caputo is the founder and CEO of Caputo & Partners AG (Ltd.), a Swiss Company helping international private clients. Most of our clients have bank accounts in Switzerland. All members of our team have collected professional experience inside a Swiss bank for more than 20 years and have a wide-spread network with other bankers. Such private c ...
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For the first time ever, a direct Iranian attack on Israel - a barrage of drones and missiles fired in retaliation for a strike on the Iranian consulate in Syria. Most were shot down - but the world watches with deepening concern. Who'll be saying what to whom to try to bring calm? In this episode: Mohammad Marandi, Professor, University of Tehran.…
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We are coming to you on Sundays with weekly roundups as Israel's war on Gaza continues. Iran directly attacked targets in Israel. Gaza's second largest city is destroyed. It's day 191 of the war. More than 33,600 Palestinians in Gaza have been killed. In this episode: Imran Khan (@ajimran), Al Jazeera Correspondent Dorsa Jabbari, (@DorsaJabbari), A…
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Iran is threatening retaliation for the Israeli attack on the Iranian consulate in Syria. The US talks up the possibility of an imminent strike by Tehran and vows to defend Israel. How dangerous is the situation? What's the risk of a wider conflict? In this episode: Hassan Ahmadian, Professor, Middle East and North Africa Studies, University of Teh…
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Every Saturday, we revisit a story from the archives. This originally aired on December 7, 2020. None of the dates, titles, or other references from that time have been changed. Many Iranians had no idea who Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was when he was assassinated at the end of November 2020. But intelligence services in Israel and the United States had bee…
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'Humanity has only two years left to save the world' - according to the UN's climate chief. As more people worldwide deal with record-breaking temperatures and natural disasters, what more can be done to cut emissions and cool our heating planet? In this episode: Patrick Ten Brink, Secretary General of the European Environmental Bureau. John Sweene…
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Since the armed group Boko Haram kidnapped nearly 300 students in 2014 at an all-girls school in the town of Chibok, abductions have become a recurrent fixture in Nigeria, especially in the northern regions. Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy and has one of the strongest military forces on the continent, so why does the government still grapple wi…
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The three sons and four grandchildren of Hamas political leader Ismail Haniyeh have been assassinated in Gaza. Their names added to a long list of people killed by Israeli targeted operations worldwide. So, why does Israel pursue such a policy? And what impact does it have? In this episode: Ilan Pappe, Professor of History at Exeter University in t…
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