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Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus and beyond share their take on the most important stories every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
 
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.
 
Juan has been a journalist for 17 years and has covered two World Cups and four Copa Americas. He has also worked as a commentator on ESPN, beIN Sports, Eurosport covering various leagues from around the world. He's also a writer for sites like Al-Jazeera Sport, The Telegraph and SPORT amongst others as well as a frequent guest on networks like BBC, TALKSport, SportsMax.
 
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The Debrief

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On The Debrief, we put things in perspective - the Al Jazeera perspective. Others tell you where the missiles were fired from. We talk to you from where they land. Our journalists around the world bring in-depth stories and conversations to help you understand our planet just a little bit better.If you have a story to share, write to us: debrief@aljazeera.net
 
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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Radio Salaam Shalom Podcasts

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RADIO SALAAM SHALOM "Muslims and Jews Talking Together"

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Radio Salaam Shalom is a Bristol-based online radio station staffed by a volunteer team mainly from the Jewish and Muslim communities of the city. It launched on 1 February 2007. The project is seen as the UK's first Muslim-Jewish initiative of this type and emphasises the voice of the “moderate majority”. Its programmes give people from both communities the chance to celebrate, debate and share the events, issues and faith that shape their daily lives. It has received coverage and been the ...
 
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.
 
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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Experienced consultant gynaecologist and obstetrician Dr Zouhair Lahna devotes most of his time to working as a volunteer in general and maternity medicine in places where there is little or no medical care. In this film, he travels to Syria, Yemen and southern Turkey to perform surgeries, deliver babies and pass on his knowledge and expertise to t…
 
Today we’re assessing the global reaction to the Omicron variant and the allegations of injustice that surround it. In this episode: Fahmida Miller (@FahmidaMiller), Al Jazeera’s correspondent in South Africa Carol Bouwer (@bouwercarol), South African businesswoman and TV personality Connect with The Take: Twitter (@AJTheTake), Instagram (@ajthetak…
 
Barbados is now the world’s newest republic, bucking the British queen for its first Barbadian president. Now that the festivities are over, we look back at the history of slavery England imposed on Barbados, and ask questions about reparations. And we speak to several Barbadians about what kind of republic Barbados hopes to be. In this episode: Su…
 
A new coronavirus variant has brought uncertainty back into the pandemic story. With scientists and journalists racing to understand Omicron, news audiences have been left with more questions than answers. Contributors: Kai Kupferschmidt - Contributing Correspondent, Science Magazine Jon Allsop - Writer, Columbia Journalism Review Monica Gandhi - I…
 
Iran and world powers resumed talks aiming to revive the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran nuclear deal. Following the Iranian elections in June, a new negotiating team is representing the Islamic republic in the Vienna talks. So what are their top demands? And are they realistic? In an exclusive interview, Ira…
 
For weeks after the military took over Sudan on October 25, an internet shutdown made it hard to speak with people inside the country. But even as a communications blackout meant news was only trickling out of Sudan, the situation on the ground was rapidly changing. After weeks of pressure from the streets of Sudan, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok wa…
 
In 1981, the first case of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) was diagnosed. The virus that causes AIDS, became a thing to be feared for people in the LGBTQ+ community, who also became a scapegoat for its existence. On World AIDS Day, we remember that even when things have changed since then in the treatment and prevention of HIV and AIDS, acti…
 
Videos of the mysterious migrating herd of elephants in China became an internet sensation earlier this year, but their very existence points to a deeper environmental problem, one that we're seeing escalate wherever elephants roam. In this episode: Dr. Josh Plotnik (@CCCAnimals), assistant professor of psychology at Hunter College of City Universi…
 
The tide of fast fashion pulls in a way that can feel difficult to escape, even as supply chain problems spread around the globe. Love it or hate it, many feel they can’t live without quick and cheap clothes from brands like H&M or Zara. We’re revisiting the work of activist Hoda Katebi and a collective of garment workers in the US city of Chicago …
 
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