Best referendum podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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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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Capital
Monthly
 
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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A Diet of Brussels
Monthly+
 
Podcasts about Britain and EU referendum
 
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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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The VoteCast
Monthly
 
Cian and Uiliam take a look at a different election taking place somewhere in the world. We look at some of the current issues and political parties, talk about the country's electoral history and make ill informed predictions based mainly on gut feeling.
 
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Australian Constitution AUDIO
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Audio only presentation of the Australian Constitution and other associated documents
 
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The VoteCast
Monthly
 
Trying to cover a different part of the world election by election.
 
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Australian Constitution VIDEO
Daily+
 
Audio-Visual presentation of the Australian Constitution and other associated documents
 
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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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Dominicans Interactive - Irish Dominicans
 
On Wednesday 7th February the Commission for Studies organised a study day for the Irish Province of the Dominican Order on the issue of the referendum to amend the Irish Constitution which proposes to remove the right to life of the unborn. Five speakers addressed the study day: Fr. John Harris OP of the Studium presented the Thomistic underst ...…
 
In a PolHome Podcast special, we bring you an exclusive interview with outgoing Ukip spin chief Gawain Towler.Towler stood down as Ukip’s head of press yesterday after 13 years with the party.He’s been at the heart of its media operation through the highs of the EU referendum to the lows of its current leadership crisis.Towler tells our editor ...…
 
Israel slams a new Polish law regulating Holocaust speech - Belgium braces itself for the return of jihadists - A victory for the Czech Republic’s pro-Russian president - Can German automaker Volkswagen survive another scandal? - Ireland announces a referendum to repeal abortion laws - Former Spanish dictator Franco still casts a shadow over Sp ...…
 
The Taoiseach’s statement on Monday night that the Government will propose a referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment and that he would personally back it, was a historic moment that will be recognised in hindsight as the official start of the abortion campaign.With the Cabinet divided on the issue of legislating for abortion up to 12 weeks, t ...…
 
Daniel O'Connell and Senator Catherine Noone explain what we can expect to be asked in the upcoming abortion referendum.
 
Events of the last 24 hours have brought us a step closer to a referendum in the summer time to ask voters if they want to repeal Article 40.3.3 from the constitution and allow the Oireachtas to legislate for abortion. Minister for Education, Richard Bruton was at that cabinet meeting and he spoke to Drivetime this evening.…
 
Following last night's decision by the Govt to press ahead with a referendum on the 8th Amendment in early summer, all eyes were on Leinster House this afternoon to see how politicians will deal with the issue. Our reporter Fergal Keane and Oran Doyle, Head of the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin spoke to Drivetime.…
 
Following last night's decision by the Govt to press ahead with a referendum on the 8th Amendment in early summer, all eyes were on Leinster House this afternoon to see how politicians will deal with the issue. Our reporter Fergal Keane and Oran Doyle, Head of the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin spoke to Drivetime.…
 
Events of the last 24 hours have brought us a step closer to a referendum in the summer time to ask voters if they want to repeal Article 40.3.3 from the constitution and allow the Oireachtas to legislate for abortion. Minister for Education, Richard Bruton was at that cabinet meeting and he spoke to Drivetime this evening.…
 
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Better Known
 
This week, Ezekiel Jacob discusses with Ivan Wise six things which he thinks should be better known: The evolution of powered flight in birds: why some birds learnt to fly and why others did not - www2.gwu.edu/~darwin/BiSc151/Birds/Birds.HTML The Varangian Guard: an elite unit of the Byzantine army, featuring Harold Hardrada -www.realmofhistory ...…
 
Speaking to FRANCE 24 in an exclusive interview on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Britain’s former prime minister Tony Blair makes one thing clear: He is on the campaign trail, determined to give Brits the right to vote on Brexit again, potentially reversing the decision taken in the June 2016 referendum. The former British ...…
 
Pat Leahy talks to Hugh Linehan about the findings of the latest Irish Times Ipsos/MRBI poll that asked voters for their views on abortion, including the recommendation of the Dáil committee on abortion to allow unrestricted access up to the 12th week of pregnancy that is likely to form the basis of a referendum to repeal the 8th Amendment this ...…
 
What does the recent rally in the pound - which has been depressed ever since the Brexit referendum - means for markets? And are we now seeing signs of irrational exuberance? Fidelity Investment Director Tom Stevenson joins.Then Ian Samson, an analyst from the multi-asset team at Fidelity, explains what prices above $70 a barrel mean for inflat ...…
 
Oregon voters have overwhelmingly approved a package of health care taxes to ensure low-income Oregonians will keep their health coverage. We discuss the aftermath of the $320 million referendum that will tax hospitals and certain health insurers. Who wins, who loses and what’s the future of health care -- and health care politics -- in Oregon?…
 
On this edition of the Consumer Choice Center Cast, deputy director Yaël Ossowski interviews Frédéric Jollien, spokesman for the 'No Billag' campaign in Francophone Switzerland on the unprecedented March 4 popular initiative to defund public broadcasters. The referendum has raised the question of radio and television broadcasters receiving publ ...…
 
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hoganj17 on Narro
 
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NBC's Pierre McGuire on lack of accountability with the Senators and our Senator player referendum poll question.
 
Lots of ice, Senators lose for the 9th time in 10 games, figuring out the Sens defensive zone coverage, Ottawa Senator player referendum and our draft lottery simulator.
 
The 1967 Referendum proposed to improve the lot of Indigenous Australians. How far have we come as a nation since then, and where do we go from here?
 
On the question of the 8th Amendment, there remains in Leinster House a good number of fence sittters. The time for them to jump off is drawing near, say Sarah Bardon and Fiach Kelly. For Sinn Fein TD Peader Tóibín, who supports the full retention of the 8th Amendment, concerns about "sex selection" abortions and abortions when the foetus has b ...…
 
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Best Professional Development and Self Improvement Podcasts - 7 Episodes Per week
 
Published on 04 Nov 2016. Blackstone’s Joe Baratta, Global Head of Private Equity, sat down with Christine Anderson, Global Head of Public Affairs, to discuss what he sees in across the markets today. He reflects on our current low interest rate environment, trends in the energy market, the impact of the UK referendum and the lessons he’s learn ...…
 
Ex-Blair advisor John McTernan and former chair of Labour NI Phil Kelly discuss.
 
Has the world changed after a year that brought us the Harvey Weinstein revelations, continued bafflement at Trump and the rise of #MeToo? With gender equality in the public consciousness more than ever and a referendum on the Eighth Amendment on the near horizon, we invited Irish Times Social Affairs Correspondent Kitty Holland and journalist ...…
 
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Chaos Computer Club - recent audio-only feed
 
Dutch intelligence agencies will soon be allowed to analyse bulk data of civilians on a massive scale, by intercepting internet traffic and through real-time access to all kinds of databases. They will also start hacking third-parties. My friends and I want to stop this. We started an action to enforce a referendum on the law. Surprisingly, it ...…
 
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Chaos Computer Club - recent events feed (low quality)
 
Dutch intelligence agencies will soon be allowed to analyse bulk data of civilians on a massive scale, by intercepting internet traffic and through real-time access to all kinds of databases. They will also start hacking third-parties. My friends and I want to stop this. We started an action to enforce a referendum on the law. Surprisingly, it ...…
 
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Chaos Computer Club - recent audio-only feed
 
On October 1st the Catalan society held a referendum to decide if they wanted to stay part of the Spanish state or create an independent state. This talk will explain the internet censorship which took place in the weeks before the referendum, on the very same day as well as in the timer after the referendum.The talk will focus on the methods u ...…
 
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Chaos Computer Club - recent events feed (low quality)
 
On October 1st the Catalan society held a referendum to decide if they wanted to stay part of the Spanish state or create an independent state. This talk will explain the internet censorship which took place in the weeks before the referendum, on the very same day as well as in the timer after the referendum.The talk will focus on the methods u ...…
 
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