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Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Shields and Brooks, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
Chris Salcedo is a veteran broadcaster, author and a political analyst. And now he’s on WBAP NewsTalk 820AM from 9am – 11am every weekday morning! A graduate of San Diego State University, Chris got started in radio in news and traffic. From there he began his career in television doing weather on XETV, San Diego’s Fox 6. Chris has filled in for the nationally syndicated Glenn Beck, Andrea Tantaros and Roger Hedgecock radio shows. Chris expanded his news experience as a news anchor here in D ...
 
"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 ...
 
Legendary drag queens Delta Work and Raja bring a lifetime of drag experience to the podcast world to talk about beauty, culture, and unforgettable moments from their club days. This one-of-a-kind oral archive of Drag History will be pored over for years to come. Just like one of those late 90's nights in the back room of Peanuts on Santa Monica Blvd, yeah girl, it’s… VERY THAT! Produced by Forever Dog and Moguls of Media.
 
The Hawaii Vacation Connection is a one-of-a-kind podcast that is produced live every Monday, straight from a recording studio in Hawaii Kai, Oahu. Hosted by Hawaii Aloha Travel owner Bruce Fisher, the podcast touches on an array of Aloha state news topics and is dedicated to Hawaii’s guests. Whether you’re a first time visitor or repeat traveler, the Hawaii Vacation Connection keeps you in the loop and in the local know.
 
Work is tough… for everyone…and I am going to talk about it.--I've turned one of the most stressful parts of my life (work) into one of my favorites. I will now get to talk about work in a way that will be more constructive, solution based and setting appropriate. This show will allow me to use my experiences in a way that will possibly help someone help themselves.
 
Between The Rows is a weekly podcast featuring the Glacier FarmMedia editorial team bringing you the ‘story behind the stories’ in ag news and markets. Drawing from our more than 20 print and online brands, our reporting staff will discuss the top stories and latest developments in agriculture today. The 25-30 minute weekly program is built around a team of rotating journalist-hosts that include: Laura Rance, Glacier FarmMedia Editorial Director Gord Gilmour, Manitoba Co-operator Editor Ed W ...
 
“Hurricane Season” is an eight-episode podcast that explores how major storms going back to 1900 greatly impacted Greater Houston people and policies. As we approach the one year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey, the nation’s worst rainstorm, Houston Public Media takes a look back at some of the biggest storms that have impacted the Gulf Coast and its development, policies, and people. “Hurricane Season” host Andrew Schneider starts with the Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900.
 
Nearly one year later, community leaders, public servants, and everyday Houstonians reflect on Hurricane Harvey and how the storm changed their lives – from the way they define community to how they envision their future and the future of Houston. On the verge of another hurricane season, people share personal stories of coming together, survival and transformation.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
Stanford Legal is hosted by Stanford law professors Pam Karlan, one of nation’s leading experts on voting and the political process, and Joe Bankman, a clinical psychologist and tax law expert. The program features engaging conversations with attorneys, legal scholars, and leading experts on the news-making topics of the day including the commercialization of marijuana, the power of prosecutors, the travel ban, and more. Legal issues can seem complex, Stanford Legal will help listeners make ...
 
The most interesting people you come across in life are never the ones who are on TV or mainstream media. You meet them through a friend of a friend or get talking to them in a pub. They are out there in the world doing cool things like measuring space weather in Antarctica, or driving from London to Sydney on a motorbike. I want to spend some time with these people and find out what makes them tick. I think every different perspective helps as you try to make sense of life and that talking ...
 
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In our news wrap Monday, the rebel leader in Ethiopia's Tigray region is insisting that fighting goes on even after losing his capital, and funeral services were held for the founder of Iran's military nuclear program who was killed last week in an ambush that Iran is blaming on Israel. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/ab…
 
Even as hopes grow about the distribution of vaccines in the coming months, COVID-19's impact continues to ripple across the U.S. with enormous consequences. Twenty-six states set records for COVID-related hospitalizations during Thanksgiving week. William Brangham spoke with Dr. Céline Gounder, an epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist a…
 
President-elect Joe Biden on Monday named a diverse group to lead his economic team, including Janet Yellen, the former head of the Federal Reserve, as his choice for treasury secretary. Jim Tankersley, who covers economics for The New York Times and is author of the recent book, "The Riches of This Land," joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHo…
 
President Trump's immigration policies and the U.S. census were back at the Supreme Court on Monday. As John Yang reports, the issues at stake in the case have the potential of shaping congressional and presidential politics for years to come. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Ethnic-Armenian forces last week handed over two regions to Azerbaijani control as part of Russia-brokered armistice that ended the six-week war over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Moscow has sent peacekeepers to the ethnic-Armenian enclave, representing the return of its military to Azerbaijan for the first time since the Soviet Union ended. Simon O…
 
NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including President-elect Joe Biden's selections for top posts in his administration and President Trump's continued claims of fraud in the 2020 elections. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Tony Hsieh, the retired CEO of the online shoe store Zappos, died on Friday from injuries suffered in a fire. Throughout the tech industry he had been seen as a visionary who revolutionized online commerce. He was 46 years old. Last year, Steve Goldbloom, of our "That Moment When" team, spoke to Hsieh about his career and the importance of shared v…
 
As museums and galleries in tiers one and two prepare to reopen on Wednesday, we consider what the future might look like for these much loved institutions. Has the pandemic changed their fundamental purpose or merely accelerated shifts that had already begun? What might museums and galleries look like as physical and social entities in ten years’ …
 
Questions are being pointed at Tarrant County Elections Administrator Heider Garcia, after past employment with SmartMatic, an elections software company, surfaced. The main reason being why historically red Tarrant County suddenly turned blue. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Media Dallas
 
Vermont is allowing their schools to interrogate their students about where they went for Thanksgiving, all in the name of safety from COVID-19, and to prevent an outbreak. Is this something you'd want your kids having to face? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Media Dallas
 
Raja and Delta talk about eating tamales, why we all need to stop giving Christmas gifts out of obligation, and the correct wine to buy for Raja. Plus they ponder reincarnation, classic SoCal experiences, and you guessed it…more perfume talk. Listen to Very That Ad-Free on Forever Dog Plus: foreverdogpodcasts.com/plus Send us an e-mail at deltaandr…
 
The U.K. is currently facing two monumental challenges: managing COVID-19 measures amid protests and lockdown fatigue, and its quickly approaching Brexit from the European Union. Frank Langfitt, NPR Correspondent and author of "The Shanghai Free Taxi" joins Michael Hill from London to discuss the situation on the ground. PBS NewsHour is supported b…
 
Thirty years ago, the Red Hot organization was founded to raise awareness and money around the AIDS crisis and was dedicated to fighting HIV/AIDS through pop culture. Since then, the organization has collaborated with artists around the world on projects to continue to raise awareness. In commemoration of their anniversary, Red Hot is rereleasing p…
 
American Samoa is one of the few places in the world with zero reported COVID-19 cases. The U.S. territory, 2,600 miles from Hawaii, shut down its borders in March to commercial flights to prevent the spread of the virus to its 55,000 residents. The cost? An estimated 562 American Samoan residents are stranded and still waiting for when they can ge…
 
What has it been like handling the COVID-19 pandemic day to day in a busy hospital? Dr. Adam Jarrett, Chief Medical Officer at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, New Jersey and co-author of: "In the Time of COVID: One Hospital's Struggles and Triumphs," joins Michael Hill to discuss the daily effort to save lives and keep staff safe. PBS NewsHour…
 
We continue our series, 'Turning Points': stories produced, directed and told by indigenous people from Yellowknife in Canada's Northwest Territories, part of an empowerment journalism project in partnership with the Global Reporting Center. Tonight, we hear from Louise Beaulieu, who speaks about being placed in a religious residential school, losi…
 
In our news wrap Friday, President Trump has lost yet another legal round in his bid to challenge the election results, "Black Friday" unofficially ushers in the holiday shopping season under the pall of the pandemic, and thousands of Indian farmers march on New Delhi. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed Friday when a truck laden with explosives blew up near a car that was carrying him and gunmen shot and killed him, Iran's state media said. But who was this man and who may have killed him? Nick Schifrin spoke with Norman Roule, former national intelligence manager for Iran at the Office of th…
 
There are now more than 90,000 people hospitalized in the country with COVID-related illness, the highest number since the pandemic began. Hospital ICU's are nearly filled in some places, and the U.S. currently averages more than 1,500 deaths a day. Amna Nawaz spoke with Bonnie Castillo, executive director of National Nurses United, to learn more a…
 
President Trump's visit this year to Mt. Rushmore has drawn new attention to a decades-long battle between Native Americans and the federal government over millions of acres in South Dakota. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the campaign to reclaim that land. This report is in partnership with the Under-Told Stories Project and is…
 
There's been a surge in the numbers of people drowning in the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean as migrants from Africa try to reach Europe. Activist groups are blaming European Union policies for their deaths and have been critical of its border agency, Frontex, for its cooperation with the Libyan coastguard. NewsHour Special Correspondent …
 
Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart, and Gary Abernathy, an Ohio-based writer and contributing columnist to The Washington Post, join Amna Nawaz to discuss this week's politics, including President Trump's undermining of the election process and President-elect Joe Biden's picks for top cabinet posts. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://…
 
These are perilous times for independent bookstores. More than one independent bookstore has closed each week since the pandemic began, and 20 percent across the country are in danger of closing, according to a recent study by the American Booksellers Association. Jeffrey Brown has the story. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newsh…
 
Avi Avital., the world's leading mandolin player, on his new album The Art of the Mandolin, in which he performs music specially written for the instrument by Vivaldi, Beethoven and Scarlatti through to contemporary composers David Bruce and Giovanni Sollima. Yesterday the Government announced which areas of England will be in Tiers 1, 2 or 3. For …
 
Canada has a free trade deal with Britain, kind of. Claire Citeau, of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance, discusses the interim free trade agreement between Canada and the UK; Environmental, Social and Governance could become a ‘mega trend’ in investing, but why should farmers care? Andrea Gruza, of Bonnefield Financial, explains the basics of E…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, Americans adjust to a dramatically different Thanksgiving Day with surging COVID-19 cases across the country, and Ethiopia's prime minister says he's ordered the final assault against the rebellious region of Tigray as human rights groups raise concerns about civilians. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/n…
 
In a 5-to-4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court overnight blocked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's effort to slow rising COVID-19 cases with a cap on the number of attendees at religious services in high-risk communities. Amna Nawaz speaks with the National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle, and Dr. Dara Kass, an associate professor of emerging medicine at Columbia …
 
On this Thanksgiving Day, tens of thousands of our friends and neighbors have one less person at the table because of COVID-19. It is this pandemic, and the devastation it has wrought in this country, that makes this holiday so different for all of us. Judy Woodruff takes an extended look back at just some of the more than 260,000 Americans lost so…
 
During the last eight months, our Brief But Spectacular team has profiled numerous brave voices whose work has been deemed essential and whose lives have been transformed by the pandemic. We reconnected with them this past week to ask how they're doing and hear what they've learned. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/…
 
The actress Amy Adams is one of Hollywood’s brightest stars with multiple Oscar nominations and a roster of unforgettable roles to her name from the adorable pregnant teenager in Junebug, to the lovable Disney Princess in Enchanted, to full on 1970s disco in American Hustle. Now she’s taken on the distinctly un-glamorous role of a drug addicted mot…
 
The Earth Convention- Consumers – Fast Fashion, Manufacturing and PlasticsThe third event in The Earth Convention series from 5x15 and Rathbones is all about consumers & manufacturing - our consumption patterns & the supply chains that feed them.Miatta Fanbulleh is Chief Executive of the New Economics Foundation (NEF) and has a wealth of experience…
 
President-elect Joe Biden on Wednesday urged national unity during this holiday season as President Trump erased the criminal conviction of his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, for lying to the FBI during the Russian investigation. White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported b…
 
Roy Williams joins Samira Ahmed to talk about Death of England: Delroy. Just before Lockdown 2, this play’s opening night became its closing night. The understudy Michael Balogun had just stepped into the role. Luckily the press and audience loved it, and the film of that performance will be available on the National Theatre’s youtube channel this …
 
We exclusively reveal and analyse the 2020 Costa Book Prize shortlists. Critics Alex Clark and Jade Cuttle discuss the books chosen in the five categories: Novel, First Novel, Poetry, Biography and Children's fiction. Category winners will appear on the programme in January and Front Row will announce the overall prize-winner on 26 January 2021.Guy…
 
Chris Salcedo Show: Dan Mandis was in for Chris, and while he believes COVID-19 is a very serious virus that kills a small number of people. He also says that mask mandates don’t really work. The left says “listen to the science.” The science is saying that masks don't work! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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