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It's on. Twice a week, award-winning journalist Kara Swisher gets to the heart of the story through no-holds-barred interviews with power players across business, tech, media, politics and beyond. So why do her guests show up? “Smart people,” says Kara, “like difficult questions.” Mondays and Thursdays from New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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This Is TASTE

Aliza Abarbanel & Matt Rodbard

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If you're a fan of smart and lively conversations about food, home cooking, and culture, this is the place. We interview the most interesting characters in the world of food, media, and cookbooks and release episodes several times a month. The program is hosted by TASTE editors Aliza Abarbanel and Matt Rodbard, and is sometimes recorded live at Rizzoli Bookstore in New York City. Visit TASTE online: tastecooking.com
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The Cut

Vox Media Podcast Network

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In Her Shoes from the Cut is a weekly conversation between a special guest and Lindsay Peoples, The Cut's Editor-in-Chief, exploring culture, style, sex, politics and more. Intimate, provocative, and probing, the Cut aims to ask questions before listeners even know they have them, always with a generous wit and an expansive idea of what is possible. From New York Magazine and The Vox Media Podcast Network. New episodes every other Wednesday.
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(UN)COVER GIRL

Beatrice & Ivana

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Join us on the chaotic blind date that is the celebrity profile. Culture writers Beatrice Hazlehurst and Ivana Rihter unpack a range of iconic cover stories – from noughties’ heart-throbs to the current social sensation – simulating the universal pleasure of fixing a drink before cracking open a juicy A-list interview. It’s cheaper than a Vanity Fair subscription, and way more fun.
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Join host Sam Sanders as he guides you through the biggest pop culture stories, trends, and ideas we can’t stop thinking about. With help from Vulture friends and the occasional celebrity, Into It is answering all of the important questions. What summer blockbusters are worth your time? Do we really know Taylor Swift? What does the future of TV look like? New episodes drop every Tuesday and Friday. From Vulture and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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Cover Story

New York Magazine

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What can a billionaire get away with these days? A secret bat cave? A harem of women? An international spy operation? Stealing the soul of a small town in Montana? A Silicon Valley venture capitalist was accused of running a massive sex-trafficking operation by his best bro friend. And we unravel the truth about both of them - their business, their break-up, their lies, and their embarrassing text messages. The story of a billionaire with a hero complex, the ex-spy who turned his life inside ...
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NYTMAG Sonic Voyages

The New York Times Magazine

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This podcast of audio stories from around the world accompanies the September 23, 2018 print issue of The New York Times Magazine. To see images from the issue, visit nytimes.com/voyages. All audio was produced and edited by Kara Oehler.
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From building repairs and maintenance, energy upgrades, insurance, lobby redesigns, accounting and financing - the challenges facing co-op and condominium board directors are endless. In this series, Habitat Magazine editors interview New York City experts to learn how problems have been solved at their client co-op and condo buildings. We take a deep dive into the issues being confronted, the possibilities for solutions, the costs, the challenges, and the outcomes. Habitat Magazine, founded ...
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2038

New York Magazine / Intelligencer

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What will life look like in 2038? Twenty years from now is not the stuff of science fiction, but it still sounds like it: flying driverless cars, an internet cold war, a Chinese world order. Given the pace of change we are currently living through, the world really could look dramatically different from today. Remember, twenty years ago, social media and iPhones and the Tea Party did not exist, Barack Obama had just started dabbling in state politics, the Clinton administration was loosening ...
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Every week, Brooklyn Magazine: The Podcast highlights prominent (and soon-to-be-prominent) Brooklynites as we explore the vast and diverse borough through the lens of culture, community and commerce. Hosted by Editor-in-Chief Brian Braiker, the show features intimate conversations with cultural luminaries, community leaders and compelling locals. These are the people who move us, entertain us, feed us and inspire us. There are a lot of little Brooklyns, and we are all a little Brooklyn.
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Officer Roll Call covers subjects of interest in the law enforcement world. Topics range from news to equipment to policy and more. Our editorial team, along with industry experts, trainers and consultants, fill each podcast episode with information that is of value to the law enforcement profession and entertaining for all listeners.
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Launched in February 2007, Monocle is a premium media brand with magazine, web, audio, retail and broadcast divisions. With coverage of forgotten states, alluring political figures, emerging brands, fresh forces in popular culture and inspiring design solutions, our mission is to keep an eye and an ear on the world.
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What About?

WeTransfer

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What About? is a podcast about ideas, words and magazines by WeTransfer Studios and magCulture. Magazines are built on stories, and every story starts off as a spark. This series looks at those sparks and the stories they become. Each episode features a short interview with the editor and a full reading of some of the world’s best magazine writing. WeTransfer is the easiest way to send big files around the world. Unleash your creative ideas. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more in ...
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House Beautiful, O at Home, Town&Country and Veranda invited four preeminent designers to envision living well while living green in The Laurel, a new 31-story, LEED-certified, limestone-clad tower at 400 East 67th Street in New York City.
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Our tennis podcast has six grand slams—does yours? Join hosts Rennae Stubbs and Racquet co-founder Caitlin Thompson as they talk to their friends and favorite tennis players about life, love and sometimes even tennis. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A weekly show hosted by pop culture icon Dana Wilkey. Dishing Drama with Dana Wilkey UNCENSORED takes a deep dive into the latest gossip, celebrity feuds and other scandalous stories with a genuine reality TV insider. Dana shares her hilarious and controversial opinions, nothing is off limits. Reality TV and beyond with guest celebrity co-hosts. Looking fo more exclusive content? Become a member on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/DishingDramaWithDanaWilkey?fan_landing=true) As a Patreon mem ...
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Mr. Taper's Barber Life is a podcast about barber culture through the eyes of an OG Master Barber and Barber Instructor. Mr. Taper has been a licensed Master Barber since 1995 an has worked in Virginia, Washington, DC, Maryland, New York,, Los Angeles and Atlanta.
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Constellation Prize

The Believer Magazine & Bianca Giaever

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Feeling down about the human condition? Looking for a glimmer of the spiritual in contemporary life? Constellation Prize, a podcast from The Believer magazine, talks to subjects about their existential problems—how art, God, and loneliness fit in their lives. The newest episodes include Nightwalking, a four-part mini series featuring the poet Terry Tempest Williams. You can donate on our website: https://www.thebeliever.net/constellation-prize/
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Creative Lives

Creative Lives in Progress

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An educational resource to inspire and inform the next generation of creatives and help them make better career decisions. Creative Lives is a podcast series profiling interesting creative careers – from how they identified an interest in the industry, to landing their first job.
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The show is called Money Talk. It covers just about everything that affects wealth and financial well-being. Hosted by Dianne Duva, CFP & Neil Krisel, CFA. Dianne Duva, is a Certified Financial Planner and founding Partner of Arlington Financial Advisors, a leading wealth management firm in Santa Barbara. She is a graduate of George Washington University, a Katherine Harvey Fellow and a board member of numerous not for profits. Neil Kreisel, CFA is from New York where he worked in finance fo ...
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Bardown Breakdown

Bardown Breakdown

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Power chords and crashing boards. Mikey and Tom talk music, hockey, and anything else that gets in their way.Tom and Mikey are lifelong friends that grew up on Long Island during the glory days of alternative music where our local bands were As Tall As Lions, Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, Bayside, The Sleeping, Envy on the Coast, you get the point. We spent many nights together at The Downtown, catching any pop-punk, indie, hardcore, or emo band that came through. This was not a phase, Mom! ...
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From the pages of Allure, the world’s leading beauty magazine, "ALLURE BACKSTAGE" guides you behind the scenes at the fashion shows in Milan, Paris, and New York. Host Linda Wells, Allure founder and Editor-in-Chief, brings you the top looks as well as interviews with designers, supermodels, and the world's leading beauty experts. "TOTAL MAKEOVER," one of Allure's most popular features, follows three women during a year long, non-surgical overhaul of their bodies, including advice, instructi ...
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The Red Transmissions podcast aims to document the work, behind-the-scenes moments and creative process of the incredibly interesting characters in our network, be it in Copenhagen, New York, or around the world where our correspondents find themselves or our poetic adventures take us. Find out why artists do what they do, how they do it, and hear about the inner workings of their projects. Contemporary happenings and conversations on culture, music, art, film, poetry and independent project ...
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The Life of a Makeup Artist is a beauty podcast that gives you a real insider look (with no filters!) on how artists really live. The Life of a Makeup Artist digs deeper to inspire, educate and elevate! From beauty talk to business chats with industry insiders and founders. Join host, Jaleesa Jaikaran as she shares her experiences as a Caribbean woman living and working in New York City - taking you on the journey she's on and sharing the stories of the people she meets along the way.
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Crossnerds is the world's best—er, nerdiest—crossword puzzle podcast. Editors, constructors, solvers, and allies deliver piping-hot takes on the New York Times crossword puzzle and the vast cruciuniverse of wordplay beyond.
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Can an outfit change your life? For many of us, the answer is a resounding yes. Welcome to What I Wore When, a weekly podcast hosted by Glamour digital director Perrie Samotin. Every Monday, Perrie sits down with actors, writers, musicians, reality stars, and other influential women to discuss what they wore during a pivotal moment in their life—and why it mattered. It’s not just about fashion—it's also about the seemingly small choices we make every day and how they affect us more than we r ...
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Currently covering the Sacramento Kings for Cowbell Kingdom of ESPN, our host Manny Vieites gives his insight into the NBA from a millennials perspective. He'll periodically bring on different players, coaches, friends and analysts from all walks of life to bring a new, fresh and insightful take on the NBA. Follow Manny on twitter (@manny_vieites) for all of your latest podcast updates and NBA news.
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What Property Management Knows That You Might Not From facade repairs to energy retrofits to rising costs, the issues facing co-op and condo boards are endless. Fortunately, professional management has risen to the challenge — and often come to the rescue. In this series, New York management executives share insights and smart solutions from their experience on the front lines. Their collective wisdom will help you navigate the road ahead.
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The Peabody Award-winning Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, from PRI, is a smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Kurt introduces the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy – so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand, or the song that will change your life. Produced in association with Slate.
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Three on the Aisle

American Theatre Magazine

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From AMERICAN THEATRE magazine, a podcast featuring drama critics Peter Marks, Terry Teachout, and Elisabeth Vincentelli as they talk about theatrical shows and trends from coast to coast.
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Alan Sytsma is a longtime observer of the New York City dining scene who is behind New York magazine’s formidable food coverage. On this episode we dig into Alan’s take on the current NYC restaurant scene and hear about New York mag’s amazing “Who Ate Where” issue, which digs into the cultural history of eating out in New York City. It’s really fun…
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This is a 30 minutes sound bite of a 2 hour and 18 minutes show still worth the listen...trust me. In today’s show, I invite (Enty alleged stalker eye roll) Cassandra to read the article that came out on Tuesday about Enty aka John Nelson's response to the allegations made by Cassandra against him in the lawsuit and on Drenched in Drama. We see a h…
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Ryan Piers from Alt Press/New Noise Magazine and James Gonzales from Sony Music join us to showcase all the amazing music you will hear at Bardown BreakFest III at Will's Pub on 6/22/24! Featuring music from Hungover, Outatime!, Overthinker, Like Father, Porch Coffin, Loner., Seneca Burns, and Sick Enough. Power chords and crashing boards. Mikey, T…
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We bring you the second part of our coverage from this year’s Venice Biennale. We hear from the artist representing Great Britain, whose work reconsiders the act of listening, find out about the works of the Greenlandic photographer in the Denmark Pavilion and explore Turkey’s politically engaged presentation. Plus: we head to an uninhabited Veneti…
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Hear our take on the news and enjoy sharp reporting on the big stories every weekday. Tune in as our guest panel reviews the day’s events in Europe, follows developing stories in the Americas and welcomes early risers in Asia and Australasia. Plus: reports and analysis from Monocle’s correspondents and bureaux around the world. Nominated for ‘Best …
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Today, we’re sharing Kara’s recent appearance on Possible, a podcast hosted by Aria Finger and Reid Hoffman from Wonder Media Network. We’ll be back with a new episode of On with Kara Swisher on Thursday, May 30th. You can follow the Possible podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/possible/id1677184070 Learn more about your ad choices.…
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Aaron Lindell is the chef and co-owner of Quarter Sheets, the wildly popular Los Angeles restaurant he runs with his wife, Hannah Ziskin. Now, listen, you’ve probably read about Quarter Sheets. You may have even had Hannah’s iconic princess cake. But this is a conversation about Aaron’s pizza. It’s…amazing. And it has a great backstory. On this epi…
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Tomohiko Taniguchi joins us from Tokyo as leaders from South Korea, China and Japan head to Seoul for their first trilateral meeting since before the coronavirus pandemic. Also in the programme: Maya Sharma updates us on the world’s largest elections in India as it enters its penultimate phase. Plus: the latest travel news with Gabriel Leigh and th…
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The 2024 edition of the annual GFO report was compiled entirely in-house for the fifth year and provides the world’s largest and most comprehensive study of single family offices. UBS surveyed 320 clients globally in the first quarter and the online survey methodology was distributed to over 30 markets worldwide. So what did UBS discover this year?…
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Announced this week is the winner of the International Booker Prize 2024. The recipient of this year’s award is ‘Kairos’ by German writer Jenny Erpenbeck and translated by Michael Hoffman, who each take home half of the £50,000 prize money. Host Georgina Godwin speaks to the winning duo and the administrator of the prize, Fiammetta Rocco, who lifts…
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On todays podcast, I get sent some information that causes me to revisit what happened with the Giudice indictment back in 2013. We look at Jacqueline Laurita's take from 2019 on all this in a lost podcast. We then play sound bites from the early years of the RHONJ show that goes with the stories. Joe Giudice's interview snippet about the FBI Agent…
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Meet Ray Christian. Some people call him a storyteller, historian, father. Shoot, if you’ve got the time, he could fill you in on everything he’s been called. But first and foremost, he’s a Black veteran from the rural South who finds himself floating between life in academia, public speaking, storytelling, parenting, and tending to the goats in hi…
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Emma Nelson, Tina Fordham and Stephen Dalziel on the weekend’s biggest talking points. We also speak to Monocle’s editorial director, Tyler Brûlé, in Tokyo, and Monocle’s Nairobi correspondent, Naveena Kottoor, joins to discuss the latest news from the region. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
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The African National Congress looks likely to win South Africa’s upcoming election, despite facing the prospect of securing less than 50 per cent of the vote for the first time in its history. Is this the inevitable result of being in power for too long, or something else? Andrew Mueller speaks to Nwabisa Makunga of the country’s national daily Sow…
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This week on ‘The Stack’, we speak with the editor in chief of ‘Garden & Gun’, a magazine celebrating the American South. We also discuss the Mexican elections with Brian Winter from ‘Americas Quarterly’ and talk to Liz Schaffer from ‘Lodestars Anthology’ about the publication’s new book, ‘Slow Travel Britain’. From Milan: Salone highlights, interv…
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Georgina Godwin is joined by Daniella Peled, managing editor at the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, for a look back at the week’s news and culture. Plus: author Rupert Thompson joins to discuss his new book ‘How to Make a Bomb: A Novel’ and Monocle’s Helsinki correspondent, Petri Burtsoff, visits the independent publishing imprint Cozy. From…
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This week, we’re delving into the world of Korean food as the country continues to win admirers around the world for its creative outputs. We sit down with TV chef and author Judy Joo to discover more about the nation’s regional cuisine. Plus: Sophie Monaghan-Coombs flicks through ‘Koreaworld: A Cookbook’ with co-author Matt Rodbard, while Petri Bu…
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Kanga, founder of South Korean fashion label Kappy Design, shares her journey from being laid off during the coronavirus pandemic to starting the brand in Seoul. Plus: Kappy Design’s UK sales agent, Tony Wall, discusses how a relaxed aesthetic, quality craftsmanship and adaptability to current trends underscore the rise of South Korean brands on th…
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We get the latest from the International Court of Justice ruling in The Hague. Then: Monocle’s Tom Webb and Alexis Self analyse election campaigning here in the UK and Natalie Theodosi reviews the latest Paris-heavy edition of Monocle magazine. Plus: a music session with The Longest Johns. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily runni…
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OFFICER Magazine News Editor Joe Vince and co-host retired Lt. Frank Borelli as they talk about some of the week's top police and law enforcement news, including: Arizona police rescuing a 6-month-old baby shot and wounded during a hostage standoff a Massachusetts police chief intentionally struck twice by a driver during a traffic stop a test driv…
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This year tennis is going from Paris to Paris between the French Open and the Olympics both taking place at the legendary Roland Garros. Co-hosts Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey talk to tennis legends and legendary voices—and on this episode, we do a full draw breakdown ahead of the tournament, with world number five player Jessica Pegula. Starting w…
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Russia continues its advance towards Kharkiv, the US sues Ticketmaster owner Live Nation and we check in with Dammam to see how Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 reform has been going. Plus: we meet Ukraine’s Cultural Forces. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle Radio
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Celina Baljeet Basra is the Berlin based author of Happy, a sweet and surreal postmodern novel released last year. It follows a young man named Happy from his family cabbage farm in Punjab to his clandestine journey to Europe, and the service jobs he works along the way. I’ve never read a book quite like Happy and it's so fun to have Celina on the …
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China has launched two days of military drills around Taiwan as “punishment” following the territory’s inauguration of its new president. Then: a “commitment for peace” between South Sudan’s government and rebel forces, and the EU signs off on a new bill legislating artificial intelligence. Plus: television news, a report from Lisbon by Design and …
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Here's the 14850 Happenings events calendar for the weekend of May 24th! Related: Memorial Day: Events Monday, no bus service, recycling delayed For your Friday, Maddy Walsh and the Blind Spots at South Hill Cider, Freight at Hopshire, and SingTrece and Stone Cold Miracle are at Garrett's in Trumansburg. Saturday, Garlic Band at Lucky Hare Brewing,…
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Our guests, Mark Lowcock and Nabila Ramdani, discuss the latest from Gaza, the UN’s vote on Srebrenica genocide memorial day, how the Rwanda plan could affect the UK’s general election and Bark Air’s inaugural flight. Plus: a letter from Baden-Baden. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
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China begins two days of joint military drills around democratic Taiwan, we assess how the UK’s snap election announcement has affected the economy, South Korea unveils a record package to support its chip industry and we hear from the founder of Lisbon Design Week. Plus: ‘The Global Countdown’ comes to us from Tanzania. From Milan: Salone highligh…
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Tesla is bleeding execs, and it appears to be reaching a crisis point; over at Twitter/X, new reporting shows that Elon uses the platform to cozy up to right-wing leaders around the world and then presses them to enact policies that benefit to his companies; and while SpaceX continues to dominate in space, serious questions remain about the Pentago…
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We get the latest from George Parker as the UK’s prime minister, Rishi Sunak, sets the date for a general election. Also in the programme: Nina dos Santos discusses Emmanuel Macron’s visit to New Caledonia following violence in the French territory. Plus: business news with Rachel Pupazzoni and we speak to Julie Finch of Hay Festival as the hallowe…
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No matter what’s going on, Yankees closer Clay Holmes has the type of demeanor that makes every day look like a good one. Cool and friendly, the Alabama native has a cheerful disposition on the field and around the clubhouse, which made him a perfect guest for the New York Yankees Official Podcast. But when he sat down with Yankees Magazine deputy …
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We explore how entrepreneurs are creating lasting impact through fashion. Les Deux co-founder Andreas von Der Heide stops by Midori House to talk about the inspiration behind their smart menswear collections, the role of physical retail in fostering connections with customers and leaving a meaningful legacy beyond just building a brand. Plus: we me…
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Our guests, Marie Le Conte and Ben Kelly, discuss the UK’s general election, which is now planned for 4 July. Then: we delve into European recognition of Palestinian statehood, the National Rally’s abandonment of one-time ally AfD and why the US embassy insists that it doesn’t have to pay London’s congestion charge. Plus: Our ‘On This Day’ historic…
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A special edition of the show marking its partnership with Abu Dhabi’s Department of Culture and Tourism. Robert Bound is joined by the chairman of the department, who discusses the latest developments at Saadiyat Cultural District in Abu Dhabi and delves deeper into the fascinating world of this unique cultural hub. He also explains why it remains…
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Tips to stay creative and inspired when working in the beauty industry. Host and professional makeup artist Jaleesa Jaikaran is joined by celebrity hairstylist and beauty professional David Lopez to chat about their extensive career in the beauty industry. Find out how David stays ahead of trends and how he became such a sought-after hairstylist. J…
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Three European countries to formally enact Palestinian state recognition, US artificial-intelligence stock-market winner Nvidia announces results and Paris rail workers strike over Olympics bonuses. Plus: Kenya’s president, William Ruto, arrives in Washington. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
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Rocco DiSpirito is an iconic Italian American New York City chef, television personality, and highly acclaimed author of 14 cookbooks, including three New York Times bestsellers. On this episode we go way back to his star turn on one of the first food reality TV shows on air, and we talk about his time in the kitchen at Union Pacific, his acclaimed…
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We assess why Israel shut down the Associated Press Gaza live video feed. Then: why the Finnish government has proposed emergency legislation to prevent any further migrants from entering the country via the border with Russia. Plus: we discuss the latest World Economic Forum Travel & Tourism Development Index, look at Dakar’s independent art scene…
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