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The official podcast of New England Fights, Maine's undisputed #1 promotion for full-contact mixed martial arts action! The NEF podcast brings you the most complete coverage of the New England fight scene. Tune in each episode for previews and reviews of local cards, interviews with your favorite fighters, and insight and analysis with your host Matt Peterson.
 
The official podcast of CBRE's Network Advisory Services team. Hear from partners and industry experts from around the telecom space, spanning from private optical networks to data centers and cloud providers - and everyone who enables solutions for enterprise organizations, discuss new opportunities that are evolving across the IT landscape.
 
Hella Moded. is a weekly podcast with filmmaker Pmac, and David So. New episode every Tuesday! Pmac is a filmmaker and former rapper from the Bay Area. He has directed short films and music videos for artists such as G-Eazy, P-Lo, Marc E Bassy, Nef The Pharaoh, and others. We talk about life, current events in social media, and watch funny clips.
 
In a six-part podcast miniseries, economist James Meadway and journalist Kirsty Styles delve into our economic system, the difference between capitalism and neoliberalism, and how neoliberalism came to dominate modern day economics. From the team behind the Weekly Economics Podcast. "Lively and engaging… To me, it sounded like they were talking a lot of sense" - The Observer Produced by James Shield. Programme editor for NEF: Huw Jordan. Brought to you by the New Economics Foundation – the i ...
 
The Real Agenda Network, podcasts for political change, offers a range of content which aims to inform, inspire and involve those who want a democratic, inclusive and fairer society that respects human rights and protects the planet. The focus is on fixing the fundamental problems of our time, primarily the extreme economic inequality and the unnecessary financial hardship suffered by millions everyday by developing a political agenda that moves us from here to prosperity. That’s The Real Ag ...
 
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Catch Up: Compass talks to writer, political scientist and commentator Miatta Fahnbulleh. Miatta is a British economist and Chief Executive at the New Economics Foundation. She is also a key partner in our 350-strong coalition of civil society leaders demanding the Government to #BuildBackBetter, from unions to faith groups to NGOs. Our society can…
 
Today we tell you about just some of the people you will be hearing in our new series of The Real Agenda, including: Jennifer Nadel, co founder of Compassion in Politics and former ITN Home Affairs editor, Dr Gail Bradbrook, co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, Gavin Esler, author and former BBC Newsnight presenter, Julian Richer, the entrepreneur a…
 
Could proportional representation renew our democracy? On this week’s episode we’ll be focussing on electoral reform, and exploring what it could mean to have a different voting system in the UK. With a panel of guests from the heart of the struggle to get PR on the agenda again, including Klina Jordan from Make Votes Matter, we’ll be digging into …
 
Generous policy support in in a handful of markets has led to a rush to deploy energy storage projects. But the eagerness to deploy quickly resulted in shortcuts with alarming outcomes. There have been 29 fires at battery storage facilities in South Korea since 2017. Whether or not this should raise red flags for players is a bit more complicated. …
 
This week we were joined by Matthew Taylor, writer, broadcaster, and CEO of the RSA. Matthew was one of a cabal of four back in the early 2000s who helped invent Compass. In a wide ranging discussion, we cover the origins of Compass, his time as head of Tony Blair’s Policy Unit, what’s going on at the RSA and what the future holds for all Progressi…
 
Catch Up: Compass talks with Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy MP. Lisa’s been working tirelessly as an MP for 10 years now but rose to prominence this year as a contender in the Labour leadership election. Before that, she held a range of shadow cabinet roles, and founded the Centre for Towns. We discuss community responses to the crisis, being …
 
Catch Up: Compass talks with Steve Reed MP (Shadow Communities & Local Government Secretary) & Mike Wilson, (Exec Dir of Pembroke House, a centre for social action which has set up a food distribution hub to respond to the crisis) about what have community groups & Local Government learnt about working together, and how can we build on the lessons …
 
It’s safe to say that Corbyn’s leadership divided opinion within the Labour Party, and the aftershocks of those divisions are still keenly felt today. It’s also clear that Labour has much to learn from the experience of Corbynism – both good and bad – and attempts to scrap everything and move on could end up fracturing the party even more. This wee…
 
Catch Up, Compass talks to Labour MP for Tottenham, shadow frontbencher, author, & activist David Lammy MP. From Windrush to Grenfell, and beyond, David is a notoriously dedicated and tireless campaigner for social justice. Now, as Shadow Secretary of State for Justice, David is continuing to hold the government to account over the deep inequalitie…
 
In May, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said in no uncertain terms that universal basic income is an "idea whose time has come". The SNP have come out in full force for this policy. That's why this week we've invited Ronnie Cowan, SNP MP for Inverclyde and life-long proponent of the idea, to talk to us about what it'll take to make basic …
 
Our flagship show, The Real Agenda with Tom Burgess returns to The Real Agenda Network very soon. Each episode will feature news and views from groups campaigning for economic and social justice such as Compassion in Politics, Taxpayers Against Poverty and Coalition for Economic Justice and others. The focus will be on fixing the fundamental proble…
 
Catch Up: recorded 26 May 20, Compass talks to Guy Standing, Professor of Development Studies at SOAS, founding member and honorary co-president of the Basic Income Earth Network and author of Battling Eight Giants: Basic Income Now. The idea of a universal basic or guaranteed income has been advocated for centuries. Thinkers from Tom Paine in the …
 
Catch Up, ICYMI: In the last Democracy in Lockdown episode, we talk about our main takeaways of the podcast series, our favourite episodes, what we’ve learned, and how to go forward. We remember the key moments during the lockdown, from insufficient PPE, to emergency powers, to the furlough scheme and the impact on migrants' rights. Created by Unlo…
 
Catch Up, ICYMI: The climate crisis and how the UK’s undemocratic system let the fossil fuel industry squeeze out the people. We talk to EJ and Oliver, environmental activists with UKSCN, about their fight for climate justice, and how participation and solidarity should be at the heart of all social struggles. Created by Unlock Democracy and distri…
 
Food delivery services have an impact on vehicle miles traveled, at least right now. But will food delivery services be around long enough to make a dent in this metric in the long term? This week Switched On speaks with intelligent mobility analyst Andrew Grant about food delivery and the market dynamics in that sector. He'll also tell us more abo…
 
Catch Up, ICYMI: How have Government decisions affected migrant workers in the UK during the pandemic? In this episode, we’re joined by Dolores Modern from the Latin American Women’s Rights Service (LAWRS) to hear about the impacts on migrant communities. Created by Unlock Democracy and distributed by The Real Agenda Network https://unlockdemocracy…
 
In early 2020, Compass launched the Basic Income Conversation to help a public movement for basic income in the UK. A few months later, the pandemic hit and suddenly everyone was talking about BI. It’s been an action-packed year so far, so let’s take a moment to breathe and look at where it all began for us. What exactly is a basic income, and why …
 
Catch up, recorded 12th May 2020, Compass talks to Layla Moran, Liberal Democrat MP for Oxford West & Abingdon and party Spokesperson for Education. Layla has been an MP since 2017, before which she was a teacher, and is now competing in the upcoming Liberal Democrat leadership election. After a disappointing result at last year’s general election,…
 
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