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It was meant to be a miracle treatment, but it became a deadly poison. Cara McGoogan investigates the story they didn't want you to know - and one of the biggest medical disasters in history. New episodes on Tuesdays. The award-winning first series of Bed of Lies is also available to listen to on this feed: They have the perfect relationship, until one day he vanishes. Her hunt leads to other women just like her - and a web of state-spun lies. This is the untold story of one of Britain's big ...
 
From "wokeness" to cancel culture, the culture wars are in full swing. In this series of no-holds-barred long-form interviews, The Telegraph’s Steven Edginton sits down with world-leading commentators to unpick them. New episodes on Fridays.
 
“One of the Top 10 Podcasts for Theatre Fans!” (Broadway World) Since 2006, this “bright, breezy, & entertaining” (The Telegraph) podcast demystifies the creative process in chats with some of the sharpest and funniest artists in the business: ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic! Brian Dennehy! Playwright Lauren Gunderson! Director Mary Zimmerman! Novelist Christopher Moore! Comedian Rachel Parris! Shakespearean Sir Stanley Wells! And so many less! HEAR HERE!
 
The definitive Alan Partridge fan podcast, dissecting and celebrating his output episode by episode. Acclaimed as one of the best TV & Film podcasts by The Telegraph, featuring guest appearances from stars Tim Key, Stephen Mangan, Susannah Fielding, and Simon Greenall. Join us as we discuss our favourite moments, the character’s lasting legacy, and analyse the entire Alan Partridge Universe: I’m Alan Partridge, Knowing Me Knowing You, The Day Today, Alpha Papa, Mid Morning Matters and more. ...
 
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"A pleasingly simple concept... one of the best things I've come upon in the last six months" (The Telegraph - 'Best Podcasts') 5 speakers, 15 minutes each. Script free and against a less-than-precise clock, some of the world's leading figures in the arts and sciences deliver talks about their enduring achievements, wildest moments or deepest passions. It's inspiring, informative, provoking, and above all, entertaining. Based in London but making forays to Sydney, New York and Milan, 5x15 ha ...
 
A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts.
 
Each week Andrew Parasiliti, president of the award-winning news site Al-Monitor, and Amberin Zaman, Al-Monitor’s Senior Correspondent, interview newsmakers, journalists and thought leaders from the US and Middle East about the latest news and trends in the region. Andrew has been writing about, and traveling in, the Middle East for over three decades, meeting and interviewing the region’s top political and civil society leaders. Since obtaining his PH.D from Johns Hopkins University, he has ...
 
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With global travel largely on pause, the world’s great adventurers are all at home. And Greg Dickinson has managed to get their phone numbers. Join them to hear the travel stories you didn't know you were missing.
 
Sheffield Talking News contains a digest of articles taken with kind permission from the previous weekly editions of the Sheffield Star, The Sheffield Telegraph and the Yorkshire Post.Also available on Amazon Alexa via the My Talking Newspaper service. Just say Alexa, enable My Talking Newspaper. Sheffield Talking News contains a digest of articles taken with kind permission from the previous weekly editions of the Sheffield Star, The Sheffield Telegraph and the Yorkshire Post.
 
The Wander Woman Podcast frequently charts in 'Travel and Places' in over 13 countries around the world and, on all of Apple Podcasts, has been ranked #1,345 out of 500,000+. It is the first travel podcast to take on a magazine style - rather than the format of an interview – and has been listened to and downloaded in more than 72 countries from the UK to Australia and beyond, by tens of thousands of people. It has been selected as “Best of” travel podcasts by The Telegraph, The Guardian and ...
 
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Political strategist Richard Rupp and The National Telegraph editor Wyatt Claypool talk about Canadian politics from the perspective of theory, strategy, and political narratives. Richard and Wyatt are focusing on less the 'what' and more on the 'why' things happened in Canadian politics and how things could have been different.
 
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We have a packed episode of some current events. You know we love to look into what we don't know about what we do know, and on today's episode we do just that. This is not a deep dive, however we are preparing our next one. This is an episode of a grab bag of current events so we can all stay up to date on what's happening. I see a lot of articles…
 
The state Government will double its order of 50 million rapid antigen tests for distribution to essential workers in the public workforce and vulnerable communities. Shocking details have emerged of Novak Djokovic’s night of torment when he was taken into custody by Australian Border Force officers amid allegations he was pressured into accepting …
 
Tougher powers: Magistrates to be allowed to jail criminals and clear courts backlog | Dominic Raab: 'It’s time to empower magistrates to clear the backlog in our courts' | Covid jabs: NHS to start sacking unvaccinated front-line staff early next month | Veiled swipe: Don’t dodge responsibility over Number 10 parties, says minister | Politics liveb…
 
Mamoru Hosada’s new anime BELLE is the latest take on a certain tale as old as time, one that was previously enshrined in the animated feature canon with 1991’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, one of the touchstones of Disney’s storied late-20th-century renaissance. This week we crack open the clamshell VHS case on Disney’s version, in particular its labored…
 
Emily Lyon and Shannon Corinthen are the artistic and producing directors of the Hedgepig Ensemble in Brooklyn, NY, and two of the hosts of “This is a Classic: The Expand The Canon Theatre Podcast,” an outgrowth of Hedgepig's mission to uplift the legacy of women and non-binary writers. Shannon and Emily talk about the plethora of plays out there b…
 
Janine di Giovanni, award winning journalist and Senior Fellow and Professor at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, discusses her book, The Vanishing: Faith Loss and the Twilight of Christianity in the Land of the Prophets, her own journey of faith as a journalist covering conflict in the Middle East, and the resilience of Chris…
 
Licence fee freeze: BBC must fix 'impartiality problems', says Nadine Dorries 'Looking for someone else to blame': Labour criticises BBC announcement amid looming cost of living crisis Rishi Sunak: ‘Calmer’ Chancellor as PM would boost the pound and business investment, say experts Norman Tebbit: Beware the silent Cabinet minister Downward trajecto…
 
Brian Moore is back ahead of what is set to be one of the most thrilling Six Nations in years! Eddie Jones is set to name his 36 man squad on Tuesday and Brian is joined in studio to discuss some of the big selection calls the England head coach will be forced to make ahead of this year's competition. The biggest talking point, as ever, is at outha…
 
A secret military-like operation is under way to get every student in the state’s public, Catholic and private schools access to rapid antigen tests (RATs) from the first week of term one. Police spent hours overnight combing through CCTV footage from cameras around the Blue Mountains in a bid to track the movements of a red ute belonging to the fi…
 
Tory anger boils over: Boris Johnson grilled by Sue Gray over Downing Street parties | 'Operation Save Big Dog': Rishi Sunak stays silent as Cabinet ministers back PM | Liveblog: Anger and hurt 'not lost on me or my family', says minister after No 10 parties | BBC row: Nadine Dorries declares an end to the TV licence fee | Blue Monday: Health hacks…
 
In a Chopper's Politics podcast first, Ian Blackford, the SNP leader of Westminster, joins Christopher Hope as his favourite table in the Red Lion pub. While Britain is distracted by BYOB boozy parties, Ian and Chris get stuck into one of the big political questions of the next few years: will we soon see an Independent Scotland. Plus Ian reveals w…
 
BREAKTHROUGH familial DNA technology has resulted in new leads in more than 100 serious cold case crimes including 15 murders, 18 sexual assaults and three kidnappings which took place over the past 20 years. Novak Djokovic was sensationally deported overnight after a unanimous federal court decision dismissed his fight to stay in Australia and com…
 
An army of retired educators and final year student teachers will be hired to keep schools going during the Omicron outbreak. Paying more than $3 million for a house has become the norm in ­nearly one in eight Sydney suburbs. A leading vet has appealed to be allowed to import a Covid-19 vaccine for animals as he fears it is only a ­matter of time b…
 
Another ‘boozy’ party: Head of government Covid rules unit held leaving bash during Christmas restrictions Eve of Prince Philip's funeral: No 10 apologises to Buckingham Palace over 'deeply regrettable' parties Telegraph parties exclusive: A booze run to fill a suitcase with wine: The full story on those Downing Street parties Novak Djokovic livebl…
 
It was the week in which Boris Johnson was forced to face the music in parliament about lockdown-busting parties, and Downing Street staff danced while the Queen prepared for her husband’s socially distanced funeral. We also bring you an expert view on what this means for public trust in a health crisis. You can get a free month of unlimited access…
 
Novak Djokovic’s appeal against the second cancellation of his Visa is underway following an initial directions hearing before the same judge that quashed his last visa cancellation. It’s Sydney’s “war of the roses” – and the ongoing marital battle ­between Sam and Phoebe Burgess shows no signs of peace. Pregnant women are increasingly turning to e…
 
San Francisco is situated at the heart of America’s tech boom. Yet according to this week’s guest, much of the city looks like a slum. Homelessness is rampant, drug use is soaring and violent crime continues to rise. To find out what is happening to America’s most progressive cities, Steven Edginton is joined by the environmentalist and best-sellin…
 
Exclusive revelations: Parties held in Downing Street as Her Majesty mourned | Liveblog: PM's ex-communications chief apologises over party on eve of Prince Philip's funeral | Chopper's Politics podcast: Fifth Tory MP to submit no confidence letter in Boris Johnson | Exiled from royal life: Duke of York loses all patronages, military roles and HRH …
 
Adam and Josh did not choose the same color pill before recording their review of THE MATRIX RESURRECTIONS. Both fans of the '99 original and equally dubious about the merits of the 2003 sequels, they emerged from Lana Wachowski's meta return to the franchise with two very different responses: one grateful to Wachowski for bringing a thoughtful and…
 
Prince Andrew: Queen's son stripped of military titles and royal patronages Political interference: MI5 warns Chinese 'spy' has been active in Parliament Self-isolation: Period cut to five days in England as data show omicron wave may have peaked Downing Street party: The runners and riders who could replace Boris Johnson Sir Jonathan Van-Tam: Engl…
 
Children deemed “high risk” under an outdated risk matrix from the state government are being forced to take daily rapid antigen tests to enter daycare because centres and parents can’t keep up with the rapidly changing advice. A fight has erupted over the delays in the federal government’s decision on whether to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa, as th…
 
Chancellor's reaction: Rishi Sunak declines to join Cabinet chorus backing his boss | Camilla Tominey analysis: Sunak finally proves he has the makings of a future PM | Politics liveblog: Tories at war as Rees-Mogg brands Scottish party leader 'lightweight' | What next?: Six possible outcomes of Downing Street ‘partygate’ scandal on PM | Planet Nor…
 
Boarding the rocket of right-thinking in a podcast exclusive, no less, is Lord Frost. The one-time chief Brexit negotiator, who quit his Cabinet role as Brexit minister in December, tells Liam Halligan and Allison Pearson how the Government’s ineffective Covid policy drove him out of Downing Street, what it was really like sitting opposite Brussels…
 
Bijan Khajehpour, managing partner at Eurasian Nexus Partners and Al-Monitor columnist, explains how Iran’s economic potential, and the prospects for foreign investment, depend on sanctions relief which would result from a nuclear deal; Raisi’s progress on COVID vaccinations; Iran’s relationships with Russia and China; and an update on Siamak Namaz…
 
Downing Street party: Scottish Tory leader tells Boris Johnson he must resign Opposition leaders: Starmer, Blackford and Davey call on Prime Minister to ‘do the decent thing’ Madeline Grant: Tory benches packed out for the bloodsport as Boris Johnson reaches new heights of cringe Janet Daley: Boris Johnson's sheepish 'apology' was nowhere near enou…
 
Battered and bruised from a two-day kidnap ordeal, Western Sydney man Omar Elomar was returned to his mansion yesterday ­following a rumoured $3 million ransom payment. Novak Djokovic’s bid to remain in Australia has taken a hit after the world No.1 admitted to lying on his entry form and attending an interview while knowing he was Covid positive. …
 
With some Premier League clubs having in excess of 50 eligible U21 players to supplement their squads of 25, is their any excuse for them to cancel games because a few players are missing, for one reason or another? All 32 of this weekend's FA Cup ties went ahead, even with Covid infections at their highest and some squads weakened by losing player…
 
Downing Street party: MP breaks down in Commons as he calls for answers Government response: Boris Johnson will not resign, says minister as pressure grows Tim Stanley: As Labour attacks Boris Johnson over Downing Street party email, there is a whiff of revenge for Brexit Camilla Tominey analysis: Partygate could finish Boris Johnson – and boot the…
 
The extreme environmental protest group which blocked coal trains in the Hunter last year, causing delays to millions of dollars worth of shipments, has issued a chilling pledge to “do that tenfold” to ­Sydney’s CBD. Dire stock shortages are no longer limited to fresh food, with Covid-infected delivery drivers and international shipping disruptions…
 
Confusion on England's rules: Cabinet anger over misleading Covid isolation guidance | 'Bring your own booze': Boris Johnson among 100 invited to lockdown-busting gathering | Politics liveblog: 'Extremely unlikely' that PM did not approve Downing Street party | Cost of energy: Buy socks or do star jumps to keep bills down, customers told | New year…
 
Our look back at 2021 in film concludes with Tasha, Keith, and Scott’s picks for films number five through one on their respective top 10 lists—or at least their top 10s as they stood at the tail end of December. All three acknowledge that the year offered several quality releases that on any other given day might have made their way onto one of th…
 
The Gamut Theatre in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted the 2022 Shakespeare Theatre Association conference last weekend, and artistic director Clark Nicholson sat down to talk about the theater's origins, its evolution, and how they run many different operations under one umbrella. Featuring adventures in real estate; changing one kind of sacred spa…
 
Novak Djokovic latest: Tennis player returns to training but still in limbo as family hold press conference Reconstruction: The twists and turns in Novak Djokovic's farcical court hearing 'Concentrate on tennis': Nigel Farage in Novak Djokovic row with Sir Andy Murray Crashed plane: Pilot pulled out seconds before train hits it - video Cladding cri…
 
Novak Djokovic was dramatically freed from immigration detention last night after a court slammed his “unreasonable” visa cancellation, but a red-faced federal government sensationally flagged another attempt to deport him. A “style” guide was part of a $754,000 spend of taxpayer money over two years on NSW government branding, including templates …
 
Released - first picture: Novak Djokovic wins court battle to stay in Australia | Liveblog: Victory for tennis player, but Australian government could still veto visa | Living with Covid: Rishi Sunak backs call for isolation to be cut to five days | Latest data: Covid cases approaching their peak in all parts of England | Baking competition: The Gr…
 
A serial rapist has allegedly offended again by sexually touching a young woman in an apartment block lift, but his identity is being kept from the public because a judge previously found naming him could interfere with his “rehabilitation”. Droves of young children will roll up their sleeves for their Covid-19 jab on Monday, while Premier Dominic …
 
Sidney Poitier: First black winner of best actor Oscar dies aged 94 Telegraph obituary: Sidney Poitier, actor and director who starred in To Sir, With Love and In the Heat of the Night Jack Dromey: Labour MP married to Harriet Harman dies, aged 73 Covid cases: Rates in Wales rising three times faster than England’s despite tougher restrictions Nova…
 
COVID patients will no longer be kept in segregated wards and surgical staff will wear full protective gear permanently as at least three major hospitals move onto a “war footing” similar to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Police are investigating whether a rival crime syndicate used the war ­between the Hamzy and Alameddine crime clans as a cover to murder…
 
Financial squeeze: One million more to be pulled into higher rate of tax | Jeremy Warner: 'The Tories can’t escape this cost of living disaster' | National Insurance tax calculator: How much more you will be paying | Politics liveblog: Minister defends plans for tax rises despite cost-of-living crisis | Omicron optimism: Covid cases fall for second…
 
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