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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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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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A podcast featuring inspiring people about their journey to discovering and living their "WHY" or purpose in life. With your host & producer, Ling Yah, we deep dive into everything from finances to dealing with doubts and setbacks, and how to forge an unconventional career from ground zero! Expect to hear from entrepreneurs, artists, journalists, musicians, Hollywood actresses, VC founders and more. Visit www.sothisismywhy.com for more details!
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SociologistRay Speaking Truth to Power is hosted by Dr. Rashawn Ray. This podcast focuses on ways to build better race and gender relations by having candid conversations about racism, police-civilian relations, and men's treatment of women. Dr. Ray provides research, statistics, and policy solutions to promote civility and tolerance. Dr. Ray is Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Lab for Applied Social Science Research at University of Maryland. He has written and appeared ...
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From global technology consulting firm Tag1 Consulting, Tag1 Team Talks are wide-ranging, in-depth conversations about implementing various open-source technologies, including the business prerogatives and technical ins and outs with leading web developers and technologists. Join hosts Preston So (Contributing Editor to Tag1), Michael Meyers (Managing Director) and Guests, as they explore trends in open source. About Tag1 At Tag1, we are redefining the boundaries of digital possibilities. As ...
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Welcome to the M Collective, an interview series focused on interviewing 20 somethings who seem to have their life together just slightly more than the rest of us. They may have found their passions, or they're excelling in their careers, or have something unique about them that we can all learn from. Hosted by Alex Portera, a former management consultant turned world-traveler and TV producer.
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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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7 Stories

Toledo Society

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7 Stories is a podcast for your ride to school. These highly produced 7 minute stories are sure to keep your kids engaged while in the car! A Toledo original and the first of its kind for Muslim parents and children, this show is hosted by Wasan and Moeed. We'll have funny stories…and sad stories…and scarrrrry stories….but each story has an important message for you to discuss with your children! We’ll hear stories such as Spidey the big red spider, and about the chicken that was an eagle! W ...
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The First Mile is an immersive travel podcast, bringing you untold stories from the world of adventure. It is presented by Ash Bhardwaj and Pip Stewart — two travel journalists, who are adventurers in their own right — and explores everything from the ethics of cultural tourism, to documenting your journeys and making a living from travel. Ash and Pip navigate this territory with some of the world’s greatest travellers, who reveal how they got their first break in travel writing, planned rem ...
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Welcome to the my podcast. The Middle East is a chain of links; What Happens in one-part impacts what happens in another; And what happens in the Middle East does not stay in the Middle East. I am pleased to share my decades of experience in Government, Senior Advisory, Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism in Arab cities and communities throughout the region to help you connect the dots and build a three-dimensional picture of reality. From "building the database" to "real time updates," in th ...
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Every Saturday, we revisit a story that’s in the news again. This week, a criminal trial started for the former president of Honduras. This originally aired on April 4, 2022. None of the dates, titles, or other references from that time have been changed. Less than three weeks after he finished his presidency, Juan Orlando Hernandez was arrested. U…
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The consequences of Israel's war on Gaza is causing a maritime crisis in the Red Sea, one that has drawn in major powers like the United States, the UK and China. So, is the Red Sea becoming fully militarised? In this episode: Betul Dogan-Akkas, Researcher at Ankara University. Stavros Karamperidis, Head of the Maritime Transport Research Group at …
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Stella Assange is now waiting for a decision on the extradition of her husband Julian, the founder of WikiLeaks, from the United Kingdom to the United States on charges of espionage. If he’s transferred to the US, Stella says it's not just Julian that faces grave consequences, but journalism itself. In this episode: Stella Assange (@Stella_Assange)…
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Israel is blamed for blocking aid deliveries to Gaza - an accusation the government denies. So, what mechanisms are in place for Israel to ensure food and humanitarian assistance reaches the millions of people the UN says are at risk of starvation? In this episode: Andreas Krieg, Associate Professor of Security Studies at King's College London. Sar…
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Will the International Court of Justice declare Israel’s occupation of Palestine illegal? The case, brought by Palestinian representatives, is the second time in as many months that the court has heard a case on Israel and Palestine. 52 countries are participating. What will the ICJ do? In this episode: Bernard Smith (@JazeeraBernard), Al Jazeera C…
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Already under relentless Israeli bombardment for months, Palestinians in northern Gaza are also going hungry. The UN food agency has halted aid deliveries, saying civil order has collapsed. So, how can Israel be stopped from using starvation as a weapon of war? In this episode: Shaina Low, Communications Adviser, Noregian Refugee Council. Nebal Far…
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As the US government resists calls for a ceasefire, a coalition of faith leaders, artists and activists in the US are on a 240-kilometer journey to Washington DC, in what they’re calling a “Pilgrimage for Peace.” Their goal is to convince the Biden administration to halt all weapons funding to Israel and push for a permanent ceasefire in Palestine.…
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South Sudan is facing a hunger catastrophe. The effects of civil war and natural disasters are compounded by an influx of refugees fleeing the conflict in neighbouring Sudan. So, how desperate is the situation? And who should step in to help South Sudan? In this episode: Angelina Nyajima, Executive Director, Hope Restoration South Sudan. Alan Boswe…
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“Outnumbered and outgunned.” With Russian forces firmly planted in Ukraine and half a million people dead and wounded, one Ukrainian journalist takes stock of all she’s seen, two years after Russia invaded. So when and how will this war end? And what happens if Ukraine loses? In this episode: Kateryna Malofieieva (@KatyaMalofeyeva), Freelance Journ…
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Israel is once again before the ICJ. This time for public hearings on the legal consequences of its occupation of Palestinian territories. It's more pressure while its military wages war on Gaza. But does Israel care about international justice? And what difference would a verdict make? In this episode: Riad Malki, Foreign minister, State of Palest…
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Six-year-old Hind Rajab spent three hours on the phone with Palestinian emergency services, crying for help, stranded in a car under Israeli fire in Gaza. Her relatives were killed while trying to escape. 12 days later, she was found dead. What happened after Hind’s phone line went dark? In this episode: Nebal Farsakh (@FarsakhNebal), Director of M…
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We are coming to you on Sundays with news updates as Israel's war on Gaza continues. The largest hospital still functioning in Gaza is ‘completely out of service’ after a raid by Israeli forces. Deadly air strikes in Lebanon threaten to shift Israel’s fight with Hezbollah. Protesters rally around the world, including inside Israel. In this episode:…
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Calls are growing louder in Israel for the resignation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu - and for elections to be held. Many who were dissatisfied before the war on Gaza began are even more unhappy now with how the country is being led. So, can Netanyahu be toppled from what many say is his disastrous leadership? In this episode: Oren Ziv, Jour…
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Steve Chao was just a kid from Toronto who loved reading encyclopaedias. Who later chose a career that would lead him to the middle of opium fields during harvest time surrounded by hundreds of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan. Just another “day in the life” of his career as a x2 Emmy-nominated and multiple award-winning investigative journalist and…
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World leaders blame Vladimir Putin for the death of his most outspoken critic. Will the unexplained passing in prison of Alexey Navalny change anything in Russia? Or will the voices of dissent become too afraid to challenge the power of the Kremlin? In this episode: Vladimir Sotnikov, Associate Professor, International Relations, Higher School of E…
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