Best referendum podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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EU Referendum questions
Daily
 
In this ongoing series of short videos from the Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS) at the Faculty of Law, academics from the around the University of Cambridge and beyond shed light on the key issues to be considered in the run up to the upcoming referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union on 23 June 2016.This collection will continue to grow as the referendum gets closer, and will address many different relevant subjects affecting the referendum decision. New videos will b ...
 
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1995
Monthly+
 
From the OJ Simpson trial to the Oklahoma City Bombing, 1995 was a year like no other. This podcast series will look at some of the events of 1995 and how they shaped the world we live in today. Season one is about the Paul Bernardo Murder trial. Podcast host Kathy Kenzora covered the trial and provides a first hand look at how the justice system dealt with Canada's most notorious killer. Follow @1995podcast on Facebook for updates on the show.
 
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A Diet of Brussels
Monthly+
 
Podcasts about Britain and EU referendum
 
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The VoteCast
Monthly
 
Trying to cover a different part of the world election by election.
 
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All Back To Bowie's
Daily
 
David Greig and friends present a lunchtime #indyref show at Edinburgh Fringe 2014
 
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Australian Constitution AUDIO
Daily+
 
Audio only presentation of the Australian Constitution and other associated documents
 
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Australian Constitution VIDEO
Daily+
 
Audio-Visual presentation of the Australian Constitution and other associated documents
 
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Capital
Weekly
 
An improvised comedy about a referendum that brings back capital punishment with a 51% majority. Meet the team executing an execution. Starring Adam Drake, Charlotte Ritchie, Liam Williams and Matilda Wnek. Devised by the cast, David Isaacs, Ben Rowse and Freddy Syborn.
 
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Brexit Podcast
Weekly+
 
Making sense of the nonsense post the EU referendum
 
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Preview Politics – Cranleigh School
 
A political podcast produced by students and staff at Cranleigh School in Surrey, discussing all aspects of the upcoming EU Referendum.
 
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Alice In Brexitland
Weekly+
 
Alice In Brexitland by Leavis Carroll read by Julian-Rhind Tutt. Check out the new Alice In Brexitland podcast taken from the bestselling book. A perfect bedtime story or perhaps a nightmare you may never wake up from! Lying on a riverbank on a lazy summer’s afternoon – 23rd June 2016, to be precise – Alice spots a flustered-looking white rabbit called Dave calling for a referendum. Following him down a rabbit-hole, she emerges into a strange new land, where up is down, black is white, exper ...
 
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Pablo Larraín, "No": Meet the Filmmaker
 
Join Chilean director Pablo Larraín in conversation as he discusses "No," his film about an ad executive who develops a campaign to defeat Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet’s 1988 referendum.
 
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Cream of the Streams
Daily+
 
IndependenceLive.net are a group of citizen livestream journalists, mostly based in Scotland, who came together for the 2014 Scottish independence referendum to campaign for an independent Scotland and a fairer society.
 
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You Should Watch This
Daily+
 
People love to recommend things, but unless you force them to be on a podcast, you never get to talk about with them. You Should Watch This isn’t just a podcast it’s a referendum on the meaning of recommendations.
 
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Fondation Lionel-Groulx
Daily
 
La Fondation Lionel-Groulx, en collaboration avec BAnQ et MAtv, présente «Dix journées qui ont fait le Québec», une série de grandes conférences sur l'histoire du Québec. Dans la vie des nations comme dans celle des individus, il y a des journées pas comme les autres, des journées qui déterminent l'avenir. De la fondation de Québec le 3 juillet 1608 au référendum sur l'indépendance le 30 octobre 1995, dix conférenciers et conférencières québécois(es) nous racontent dix de ces journées marqua ...
 
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As Kurdish-led forces take back control of the Syrian city of Raqqa, two of the largest oilfields in their own disputed area have now been seized. A string of oilfields - vital to the Kurdish economy - have been seized by Iraqi troops. Troops have taken over sites, including Kirkuk city, in the wake of a Kurdish referendum on independence was d ...…
 
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World Socialist Web Site Daily Podcast
 
In latest victory for the far right, neo-fascists gain in Austrian election / Iraqi seizure of oil-rich Kirkuk from Kurds risks broader war / Madrid rejects Puigdemont’s call for talks in Catalan referendum crisis
 
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World Socialist Web Site Daily Podcast
 
In latest victory for the far right, neo-fascists gain in Austrian election / Iraqi seizure of oil-rich Kirkuk from Kurds risks broader war / Madrid rejects Puigdemont’s call for talks in Catalan referendum crisis
 
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World Socialist Web Site Daily Podcast
 
In latest victory for the far right, neo-fascists gain in Austrian election / Iraqi seizure of oil-rich Kirkuk from Kurds risks broader war / Madrid rejects Puigdemont’s call for talks in Catalan referendum crisis
 
Podcasts from A Diet of Brussels, talking about the issues around the UK's referendum on membership of the EU. Website: www.adietofbrussels.com
 
This week’s edition asks Bloomington residents their opinion about the Catalonian Referendum on Independence from the Kingdom of Spain.
 
The Indiana state legislature has banned the use of rifles for deer hunting on public land; Bloomington City Council members have approved an increase in funding to the Central Emergency Dispatch Center for 2018. FEATURE Jar Turner started his career at WFHB as a volunteer in 2011. Soon after coming aboard, he became a paid production manager h ...…
 
The Indiana state legislature has banned the use of rifles for deer hunting on public land; Bloomington City Council members have approved an increase in funding to the Central Emergency Dispatch Center for 2018. FEATURE Jar Turner started his career at WFHB as a volunteer in 2011. Soon after coming aboard, he became a paid production manager h ...…
 
The six candidates for two seats on the Charlottesville City Council were asked to give their views on governance at a forum held Wednesday by the area branch of the League of Women Voters. “We do take position on issues but never on candidates,” said Marge Cox, the moderator of the event. This was the third time the candidates in the general e ...…
 
En el reciente referéndum celebrado en Cataluña, el 90 por ciento votó a favor de la independencia. Pero también son muchos los catalanes que están en contra. La lucha por la independencia ha dividido a la región.
 
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Focus on Europe | Video Podcast | Deutsche Welle
 
In the referendum, over 90 percent voted in favor of independence from Spain. But many Catalonians don't want to secede. The dispute is dividing the northern Spanish region.
 
Thursday, October 12th, in the year of our Lord 2017 By Jonathan Clark North Korean Defector Describes His Life Under Kim Jong Un A North Korean Christian defector living in the U.S. recently described life under the Kim Jong Un regime. According to The Christian Post, Choi Kwanghyuk shared how he met a Christian missionary and started a Bible ...…
 
Catalonia have signed a declaration of independence but will wait to implement it to allow for talks with the government in Madrid. Last week a referendum was held where the a large majority of those who were able to vote voted for independence. The Spanish Government said the referendum was unconstitutional and Spanish police responded with vi ...…
 
So, Cataluñan Independence was declared then suspended. What does this mean? Who will benefit? Is Russia really in the mix? German Chancellor Angela Merkel has stressed her backing for the "unity of Spain" in a phone call with Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy amid a threat by Catalan separatists to declare independence, her spokesman said o ...…
 
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DuffStuff Podcast
 
New commentary topics this week. 1. Kurds and Catalonians want their own country (0:00) https://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-kurds-referendum-cenba/iraq-steps-up-retaliation-against-kurdish-independence-vote-with-dollar-ban-idUSKCN1C823V 2. 40% of all cancers in the US associated with excess weight (10:45) https://www.geo.tv/latest ...…
 
John Everard and Sebastian Borger discuss Liberia’s election, why the UN has slapped an unprecedented global port ban on four ships and Ireland's controversial Che Guevara postage stamp. Plus: Catalonia’s president Carles Puigdemont addresses the regional parliament for the first time since its independence referendum. From Milan: Salone highli ...…
 
Ian welcomes back author Jerald Podair to talk about his wonderful book on the building of Dodger Stadium: City of Dreams and the birth of Modern Los Angeles.Today Mr. Podair focuses on the Council meeting and the referendum on Proposition B, to see if politics and the public voted on the contract for the Dodgers.Comfortably Zoned Radio Network ...…
 
On Tuesday's Backchat: Catalonia and Hong Kong. Last week a referendum and a rally saw massive support for independence for the Spanish province. Now hundreds of thousands have demonstrated in Barcelona against the same idea, while many other Spani...
 
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The Telegraph’s Daily 5 by 5
 
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Monday 9 October, Theresa May has told MPs the UK is preparing for every eventuality, including getting no deal, when it comes to Brexit. Meanwhile, the SNP's Nicola Sturgeon has said no deal on trade negotiations will justify a second EU referendum. In other news, France has said it will not ...…
 
Faces for Podcast delves deep into a week of bleak news. In Spain, riot police try to stop people voting in an independence referendum, in Las Vegas a man single handedly executes the most prolific mass shooting in the last century in the USA, Theresa May splutters her way through a speech but not before Simon Brodkin does Boris' dirty work for ...…
 
In the run-up to Britain’s referendum on its membership to the EU in June, economists and analysts at the UK Treasury, the IMF, the OECD, and the Institute for Fiscal Studies, among other institutions, warned that leaving the EU would harm the country’s economy.Britain’s former justice minister Michael Gove, a leading figure in the campaign to ...…
 
Liam Cosgrave passes away, DJ Curtin on the Vegas shooting, how much do the British really know about the Famine, a Listowel woman's song about Ryanair goes viral, Kerry TD fears the abortion referendum will get nasty and why are Irish people late for everything
 
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La Liga Weekly - Sky Sports
 
Jon Driscoll and Terry Gibson are joined by Graham Hunter to discuss how the Catalan referendum might affect football in Spain, why there was increased criticism received by Gerard Pique during Spain's win over Albania and a preview of the weekend's La Liga action.
 
Call into the show at & discuss TRENDING TOPICS: Current Events (News), Sports, & Entertainment Stories, including the recent Las Vegas shooting incident, passing of comedian Ralphie May & his legacy, NFL games as well as Odell Beckham Jr's injury, Bob Corker, Kim Jong-Un, Vladimir Putin & Russia banning U.S. media, Dove's racially insensitive ...…
 
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Curmudgeon's Corner
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner Sam and Ivan talk about the Las Vegas massacre, the Catalonian independence referendum, and the ongoing drama within the Trump administration... with this week's highlight of course being Tillerson calling Trump a moron. Before all of those topics though, updates from Ivan on the recovery from the recent natural ...…
 
I explain self-diagnosed birth trauma briefly, chat about Las Vegas shooting incident, Catalonia referendum and wonder why can't we all come to an understanding. Are humans DOOMED to fighting each other and destroying everything? Are we just natural disasters within ourselves???? AM I A SAGE, LIKE, JUST READ WHAT I JUST WROTE GUYS.This month's ...…
 
Puerto Rico’s recent referendum on statehood saw 97 per cent vote in favour of joining the US. But it wasn’t legally binding and the devastation of Hurricane Maria has left the island with more pressing issues – and a newfound resentment for the country they voted to join. Will Puerto Rico ever become the 51st state and does anyone really want ...…
 
Vancouver By-Election - Electoral Reform - PrEP & PharmaCare - Jagmeet Singh NDP Leader ***** Erin, Matthew and Pat dive deep into the Vancouver Municipal By-Election that fills the Council seat left by Geoff Meggs, Premier Horgan's new Chief of Staff, and the School Board vacancies created by firing the entire school board. They then review th ...…
 
The ESPN FC crew recap the performances of England and Germany, who both qualified for Russia 2018. Also, Sid Lowe discusses Barcelona and the Catalan Independence referendum.
 
Dans la première partie de l’émission, nous discuterons d’événements de l’actualité. Nous commencerons par la crise constitutionnelle qui touche l’Espagne suite au référendum sur l’indépendance de la Catalogne. Nous continuerons ensuite avec la plus importante fusillade de l’histoire des États-Unis qui a eu lieu dimanche soir à Las Vegas, tuant ...…
 
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Vince Tracy's Podcasts
 
We first must share our prayers and good wishes to all those caught up in the tragic events in Las Vegas.Two days after Catalonia held a banned independence referendum, the region was operating at half speed on Tuesday due to a general strike called by small unions. The two large Spanish general workers’ unions, UGT and CC OO, have encouraged p ...…
 
Don't expect Winston Peters to die in a ditch, over a referendum on Maori seats. The New Zealand First leader will be seeking the referendum, when he meets with National and Labour today.But Maori Policy Council chairman Shane Te Pou said it's unlikely to ever happen.He told Larry Williams Labour has ruled it out, it will be politically divisiv ...…
 
Thousands of Catalans took to the streets Tuesday to protest the weekend referendum on independence, which the Spanish central government tried its best to stop. Madrid maintains the vote was unconstitutional, but many in Catalonia don't see it that way. Reporter Gerry Hadden has been following events and speaks with host Marco Werman.…
 
King Felipe VI has spoken out in a rare televised address to Spain to criticise Sunday's independence referendum. Meanwhile hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets of the Catalonia capital, Barcelona, to show their anger at the use of violence against voters.Also in the programme: The latest on the deadly Las Vegas shooting. A ...…
 
We first must share our prayers and good wishes to all those caught up in the tragic events in Las Vegas.Two days after Catalonia held a banned independence referendum, the region was operating at half speed on Tuesday due to a general strike called by small unions. The two large Spanish general workers’ unions, UGT and CC OO, have encouraged p ...…
 
MediaWatch looks at the continuing political and social fallout from Catalonia's independence referendum. Thousands took to the streets, on strike and in protest, after Sunday's police brutality. Plus, Donald Trump's post-tragedy vocabulary causes upset.
 
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