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Although not required by law, every US president since 1976 - except Mr Trump - has released their tax returns. Israel accuses Iran over deadly oil tanker attack. New Covid virus outbreak worst since Wuhan, say Chinese state media.By BBC World Service
Plus, what it will take to manufacture mRNA vaccines in Australia, a short history of war, and looking back and forward on the 75th anniversary of the Australian National University.
Afghan interpreters and their families have arrived in the US - the first of a group of 2,500 Afghans being evacuated as the Taliban advances in Afghanistan. The interpreters are being resettled under a visa programme for those who worked with the US during the recently ended 20-year war with the Taliban.Also in the programme: China is facing a sig…
Light in the darkness for COVID-19 blighted Fiji, as their rugby sevens team strikes Olympic gold again. The budget and easing COVID-19 restrictions first on the to do list, as Samoa's first female prime minister takes office at last. And OFC set to out to make it possible for a team from the Pacific to qualify for the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup.…
More than 5 million people are in need of urgent aid in the Ethiopian region of Tigray. Months of insecurity and conflict in the region have made it impossible for farmers to plant as normal - and aid convoys have met with obstacles as they've tried to reach families in need.Also on the programme: the Australian government says it's deploying hundr…
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100,000 children in Tigray at risk of death from malnutrition: UNICEF Mercenaries must leave Libya to pave way for peace, elections – UN experts Rights expert urges governments to crack down on hate speech and crimes targeting RomaBy Daniel Johnson, UN News - Geneva
New report warns of hardship caused by Covid-19 and economic sanctions. Poverty is already known to be widespread in North Korea but true picture is hard to establish. Also, first group of Afghan interpreters arrives in US, and British teenager wins place at renowned dance academy despite suffering from cystic fibrosis.…
Six months since the military coup in Myanmar, the UN and partners are doing their utmost to help protect the country’s people and show solidarity with their plight, amid mass displacement linked to deadly clashes with Government forces and the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. That’s the message from the organisation’s top acting humanitarian coordinator i…
The original Gossip Girl debuted 14 years ago and quickly became a cultural phenomenon. Now the show is back with a brand new cast and brand new storyline, along with promises of more politically correct storylines. But do we need a new version of the show in 2021? And is it even any good? To answer these questions, and more, New York City based cu…
The headlines this evening from The Indian Express.By Express Audio
Andrei Baciu, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Health in RomaniaBy RTÉ Radio 1
Des joined Claire live from The Olympics with a special focus on boxing, after news that Ireland's Aidan Walsh will be guaranteed at least bronze after his welterweight win. Claire was also joined on the line by Michael Carruth and Aidan's sister Michaela.By RTÉ Radio 1
Dr Neasa Ní Chuaig, Principal Investigator on this projectBy RTÉ Radio 1
Breaking sports news this morning that Davy Fitzgerald is stepping down as Wexford Senior Hurling Manager. Our own Marty Morrissey joined Claire to give us more on this breaking news.By RTÉ Radio 1
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We continue our ‘beginner’s guide’ to musical genres. Today we introduce you to reggae and Claire was joined live in studio by reggae musician, promoter and producer, Alan Madigan to share his expertise on the genre.By RTÉ Radio 1
Dr Jennifer Kavanagh, Lecturer in Law at Waterford Institution of TechnologyBy RTÉ Radio 1
This week Claire was joined live in studio by Ossian Smyth, Minister of State and Green Party TD for Dún Laoghaire, Peadar Toibin, leader of Aontú and TD for Meath West and Elaine Loughlin, Deputy political editor of the Irish Examiner.By RTÉ Radio 1
Patricia Rickard-Clarke, Chair of Safeguarding Ireland and Deputy Chair of Sage AdvocacyBy RTÉ Radio 1
Dr. Helen Sheridan, Associate Professor of Natural Product Chemistry in at Trinity College DublinBy RTÉ Radio 1
For over 7 years my Charlene Masterson was subjected to horrific sexual abuse and rape at the hands of her father. Charlene joined Claire live in studio to talk about her terrible ordeal and how her life is now as a survivor of abuse.By RTÉ Radio 1
CEO of the HSE, Paul Reid spoke to Claire about the current landscape in relation to Covid 19 and what we can expect in coming months.By RTÉ Radio 1
Fionnán Sheehan, Ireland Editor with Independent.ie; Louise O'Reilly, Sinn Féin Spokesperson on Enterprise, Trade and Employment & Senator Timmy Dooley, Fianna FáilBy RTÉ Radio 1
Today’s Irish Independent tells us that the Bishop of Elphin, Kevin Doran, has decided that communions and confirmations will go ahead in the coming weeks. Bishop Doran joined Claire on the line to talk about his decision to do so.By RTÉ Radio 1
Eastern Europe is not a region characterized by “ancient hatred” as it’s often stated. But why has the region seen so much conflict? Historian John Connelly says it’s a place where people possess a disturbing knowledge: that in the course of history, nations come and go. Some disappear. Therefore, maintaining your culture and language has become a …
Unprecedented floods after torrential rainfall, wildfires ravage due to record-breaking temperatures, in the past month, devastating weather extremes have hit regions across the world, and again put climate change in focus. Is there a strong link between extreme weather and climate change? What can we expect from world leaders to address these prob…
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Tunisia’s president is on a firing spree. Kais Saied sacked the prime minister, froze parliament, and dismissed several senior officials in the span of a week, all in the name of anti-corruption. The political turmoil has many Tunisians wondering — should they view these latest developments with hope? Or skepticism? In this episode: Ouiem Chettaoui…
Some 200 Afghan special visa holders and their families arrived in the U.S. Thursday. Many Afghans who worked with U.S. forces haven't left, and there have been reprisal killings by the Taliban.By NPR
On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses the prosecution and sentencing of former intelligence analyst, Daniel Hale, with his lawyer Jesselyn Radack.Daniel Hale, a former intelligence analyst in the drone program for the Air Force, who as a private contractor in 2013 leaked some 17 classified documents about drone strikes to the press, was sen…
Talk show host Maury Povich sits down with Dennis Miller to talk abut his long-running talk show and what he has learned in the 23 years of doing this show. Plus, he reminisces about his long-time friendship with George W. Bush.By RT
In the wake of a tumble amid regulatory woes, Beijing is looking to stabilize China’s market volatility. Boom Bust’s Christy Ai and Octavio Marenzi of Optimus LLC offer their forecast for the country’s recovery, as Chinese stocks look to rally. And, as the Delta variant of Covid-19 continues its spread, southern Europe’s economically crucial travel…
An appeal for people to be unafraid to seek early treatment, after some Sydney residents suffer at home with COVID; The ethical challenges around COVID and the vaccines, a bioethicist on what information people need to be told and the greater good; And COVID and the Tokyo Games. We'll meet German Cyclist Simon Geschke who's tested positive.…
Host Simon Spungin is joined by Judy Maltz and Samuel Sokol to discuss the government’s far-reaching plans for reform the system by which food is certified as kosher in Israel. What’s wrong with the old system? Who stands to benefit from the reform? PLUS: Why is Ben & Jerry’s ice cream no longer kosher in some places? And why women running their ow…
Dennis Kucinich joins Lee Camp for a special interview. Congressman Kucinich is running to serve as Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio for the second time. He has also recently written a book, 'The Division of Light and Power,' about his campaign to protect the municipal electric utilities of Cleveland from the banks and the mob. Kucinich shares a wild story…
In the wake of a second high-level meeting, where does the fraught China-US relationship stand? The first meeting, in Anchorage, Alaska, was an embarrassing failure for Secretary of State Blinken. At the second meeting the Chinese presented the Americans with a set of demands. It would seem the stage is now set for real negotiations and not just th…
Our planet’s biodiversity has long been crying for help. Hundreds of species could vanish off the face of the Earth, and we are talking end of this century, Bees are one of them. What would their extinction mean for our future? We talk with Dave Goulson, Professor of Biology at the University of Sussex and author of ‘Silent Earth: Averting the Inse…
China's Henan province saw a year's worth of rain in just three days last week. At least 99 people have died, and hundreds of thousands more have been displaced. What's happening on the ground now, and how is China preparing itself to deal with future flooding linked to climate change? We speak to Keith Bradsher, Shanghai bureau chief for the New Y…
We revisit Alison Motluk's documentary, And That's Why Everything is Difference, which tells the story of a family who discovered their daughter was the biological child of their now-disgraced fertility doctor Norman Barwin.
Alberta's chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw announced Wednesday that the province will lift nearly all restrictions related to COVID-19 in the coming weeks. We speak with infectious diseases expert Ilan Schwartz, who says it's far too early to lift the restrictions; and political science professor Lori Williams, who says Premier Jas…
Crocs are back. Not the reptiles, the shoes. Those foamy, floatable, squeaky and comfy clogs from the early 2000s have made a comeback during the pandemic, to the horror of some fashion-minded commentators. We speak to Carolyn Mair, author of The Psychology of Fashion, to better understand the resurgence of the shoes' resurgence.…
First, Shubhajit Roy joins the podcast to discuss the big takeaways from US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken's brief visit to India. Next, Amitabh Sinha talks about probably the largest study on vaccine effectiveness conducted on the Indian Armed Forces. (16:20) And finally, we go over details of Goa CM Pramod Sawant's remarks on the recent gangr…
The US president announced that all federal workers must be vaccinated or subjected to testing. Also: a public inquiry has found the Maltese state responsible for journalist's death, and a chimney sweep finds Santa letter lost for decades.By BBC World Service