» The surprising history of astrology – books podcast
25/02/20 02:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
On this week’s show, data scientist Alexander Boxer looks back over the history of astrology and reveals what it tells us about the past – and the future – of science. She tells Richard about the surprising history and science of astrolo...

» Coronavirus: could this be China's Chernobyl moment? – podcast
24/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
The coronavirus crisis engulfing China is the biggest political test yet for Xi Jinping. The Guardian’s Lily Kuo looks at how it may become an economic crisis. Plus Michael Safi on a humanitarian breakthrough in the Yemen conflict The co...

» Harvey Weinstein convicted of rape and sexual assault
24/02/20 19:38 from Global News
The film producer was found guilty of two of the five charges he faced. Also, the WHO urges countries to prepare for a possible coronavirus pandemic, and a man is arrested in Germany after a car drove into people at a carnival.

» Markets Tumble as Coronavirus Cases Spread
24/02/20 18:53 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 24th: The Dow falls more than 1,000 points amid reports the coronavirus is spreading in more countries outside of Asia. Paul Vigna examines the markets' reaction to the outbreak, and Betsy McKay explains what's ...

» Harvey Weinstein convicted of rape
24/02/20 18:30 from Newshour
A jury convicts disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of rape and sexual assault. Celebrities and activists welcomed the guilty verdict against the Academy Award-winning producer who had reigned as one of the most powerful figures in Ho...

» The Supreme Court's Battle For A 'More Unjust' America
24/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
In his new book, 'Supreme Inequality,' lawyer/journalist Adam Cohen makes the case that the Supreme Court has been "a right-wing court for 50 years," siding with corporations and the wealthy — and against the poor. And jazz critic Kevin ...

» José's blues, boom Saka-laka and the Wilson Scenario – Football Weekly
24/02/20 11:56 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Max Rushden , Barry Glendenning , Jonathan Wilson and Barney Ronay discuss Frank Lampard’s changes, VAR inaction, Saka for England, the Wilson Scenario, Jota and cold, a Real Madrid crisis and whether there is anything that Erling Braut ...

» Coronavirus spread raises fears of global pandemic
24/02/20 11:27 from Global News
There are concerns about cases in countries with a weak health infrastructure like Iraq and Afghanistan. US President Donald Trump visits India. The world's oldest prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad, has submitted his shock resignation.

» Coronavirus: soon a pandemic?
24/02/20 11:18 from Newshour
The World Health Organisation has praised China's response to the coronavirus outbreak, which includes a rare postponement of the annual meeting of its parliament. This comes as more cases are reported worldwide and governments struggle ...

» Bernie Sanders Looks Ahead After Nevada Win
24/02/20 06:57 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 24th: Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders won a resounding victory in Nevada's caucuses - Emily Glazer has the key takeaways from the race. Plus, Eric Sylvers on the spread of the coronavirus outbreak to Italy, Mike ...

» Manchester City: following the money – podcast
23/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Manchester City’s fortunes changed dramatically with the takeover by Sheikh Mansour of Abu Dhabi. But after years of success, Europe’s governing body has banned the club from its most prestigious tournament, the Champions League. David C...

» Venice carnival closes amid coronavirus outbreak
23/02/20 20:02 from Global News
Italy quarantines whole towns, closes schools and cancels sports fixtures as infections increase. Also: protests in Budapest against anti-Roma campaign, and celebrating the theremin -- the Soviet-invented hands-free electronic instrument.

» Coronavirus global outbreak: Italy and Iran
23/02/20 18:18 from Newshour
The Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, says the new coronavirus is the country's biggest public health emergency since the communists took power. Emergency measures to combat the virus are being stepped up elsewhere, including in two of the wor...

» What happens when the oceans heat up?
23/02/20 14:30 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
As we continue to see impacts from global heating around the world, research in the places first affected becomes increasingly more important. Off the coast of Tasmania the oceans are heating and it’s one of a handful of places around th...

» Coronavirus: South Korea declares highest alert
23/02/20 10:05 from Newshour
South Korea has raised its coronavirus alert to the "highest level" as confirmed case numbers keep rising. President Moon Jae-in said the country faced "a grave turning point", and the next few days would be crucial in the battle to cont...

» Coronavirus cases double in one day in South Korea
22/02/20 20:04 from Global News
The South Korea PM Chung Sye-kyun described the situation as "grave". Also: South Sudan rivals strike power-sharing deal and remembering Ladysmith Black Mambazo's founder, Joseph Shabalala.

» Coronavirus: Concerns in South Korea grow as cases doubled
22/02/20 18:12 from Newshour
Cases of Covid-19 increase outside China with South Korea now the second country in the world with the largest number of confirmed infections. In Italy several towns in the Lombardy region have been placed on lockdown, with schools and o...

» Coronavirus: South Korea confirms huge rise in cases
22/02/20 10:19 from Newshour
There's growing international concern about the spread of the new coronavirus outside China -- as Iran, Italy and South Korea struggle to contain outbreaks. Iran has reported its fifth death from Covid- 19 and a total of nearly thirty ca...

» A Family Fenced In
22/02/20 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
Stories from the West Bank, Germany, Brazil, the US and the heart of the European Union. President Trump’s plan for peace in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories would allow Israel to apply its sovereignty to all the Jewish se...

» The Mirror & the Light by Hilary Mantel exclusive extract – hear Ben Miles read the audiobook
22/02/20 05:08 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
The first chapter of the final volume of Mantel’s award-winning Thomas Cromwell trilogy opens at the execution of Anne Boleyn. Performed by actor Ben Miles, who has played Cromwell in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s stage adaptations of ...

» Best Of: Claire Danes / Rachael & Vilray Sing Swing Standards
22/02/20 01:01 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Claire Danes has played CIA agent Carrie Mathison on 'Homeland' for 8 seasons. As the last season begins on Showtime, she looks back on the series. She also spoke with Terry Gross about her break-out role on 'My So-Called Life' when she ...

» WHO says there's a 'narrowing window' to contain virus outbreak
21/02/20 20:01 from Global News
The World Health Organization says the number of Covid-19 cases with no clear link to China is a concern. Also: US and Afghan Taliban start partial truce, and the buzz around brainy bees.

» Why Philadelphia Matters for the November Election
21/02/20 19:10 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 21st: Philadelphia typically votes heavily for Democrats, but Wall Street Journal reporter Scott Calvert explains why presidential candidates shouldn't take the city of brotherly love for granted. The jury in Ha...

» Coronavirus: 'Narrowing window' to contain outbreak
21/02/20 18:02 from Newshour
The head of the World Health Organisation is warning that the world is at a tipping point with respect to the coronavirus outbreak. Also in the programme: North Korean Defectors and how bee intelligence can help us in unpredictable ways....

» Writer Recalls Her Mother's Secret Gambling Enterprise
21/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Growing up, Bridgett M. Davis' mother booked and banked bets from their home in Detroit. She writes about her experience — and the role of "the numbers" in the black community — in her memoir, 'The World According to Fannie Davis.' (Orig...

» Money, Power, Glory
21/02/20 13:00 from On The Media
The showdown for the Democratic nomination continues, and the gloves have come off. This week, On the Media examines the conflicting narratives around how each candidate raises money. Plus, how changes at the National Archives could dist...

» Emergency measures in South Korea as coronovirus cases rise
21/02/20 11:23 from Newshour
Coronovirus cases continue to rise. South Korea now has the largest cluster outside China. Jennifer Moon, Chief Anchor and Editor-in-Chief of Arirang TV in Seoul explains people continue to worry and are staying off the streets. In China...

» Coronavirus: South Korea 'emergency' measures as infections increase
21/02/20 11:14 from Global News
The country's army is on lockdown after several soldiers tested positive. After Hanau attacks, Germany boosts security amid far-right threat. Lesotho's Prime Minister fails to appear in court to face charges of murdering his estranged wife.

» Magic moments: the indestructible appeal of easy listening radio – podcast
21/02/20 08:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
In the age of streaming and limitless choice, Magic Radio pulls in millions of listeners. What is it that keeps people coming back? By Simon Akam • Read the text version here Continue reading...

» What I have learned from my suicidal patients
21/02/20 08:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
A GP has minutes to try to convince a person that life is worth living. It’s a challenge that brings rare rewards. By Gavin Francis Continue reading...

» Caution Signs for Democrats Seeking African-American Support
21/02/20 07:00 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for Friday, February 21st: A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds Democratic presidential candidates would do well to boost their support among African-American voters. The Wall Street Journal's Josh Jamerson fills us...

» #176 - Two Cheers for the Two Party System?
21/02/20 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
As the nation gears up for the 2020 presidential election, we ask: Is the two-party system good for democracy? Does relying on two hugely powerful political bodies drive division and push voters to the extremes? Or does the two-party sys...

» #176 - Is the Two-Party System Good for Democracy?
21/02/20 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
As the nation gears up for the 2020 presidential election, we ask: Is the two-party system good for democracy? Does relying on two hugely powerful political bodies drive division and push voters to the extremes? Or does the two-party sys...

» The Gene Gap: what makes us human? - Science Weekly podcast
21/02/20 01:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Gene-editing technologies have the power to change life as we know it. This week on the podcast, we’re bringing you the first episode from our Common Threads series, part of an innovative new Guardian project called The Gene Gap . We’ll ...

» Syria: the fight for Idlib
20/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
A humanitarian crisis is unfolding in northern Syria after the government’s attempt to take back the opposition-held city of Idlib. Bethan McKernan describes how the fighting and freezing conditions have caused hundreds of thousands of d...

» Trump Ally Roger Stone sentenced to prison.
20/02/20 20:03 from Global News
President Trump's former adviser Roger Stone is sentenced to forty months in prison for lying to Congress; Angela Merkel leads condemnation of an attack by a far right extremist that left nine dead; A special bracelet designed to switch ...

» Germany shooting: 'Far-right extremist' carried out shisha bars attacks
20/02/20 18:17 from Newshour
German politicians have strongly condemned Wednesday's deadly far-right attack in the town of Hanau. Chancellor Merkel said racism and hatred were poisoning German society, and promised her government would do everything in its power to ...

» Roger Stone Sentenced; Far-Right Terror Attack in Germany
20/02/20 18:10 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 20th: President Trump isn't pardoning longtime ally Roger Stone - at least not yet. Aruna Viswanantha has the details. Plus, Wednesday's deadly shootings in Germany are fueling a tense political debate over the ...

» Claire Danes
20/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Danes has played CIA agent Carrie Mathison on 'Homeland' for 8 seasons. As the last season begins on Showtime, she looks back on the series. She also spoke with Terry Gross about her break-out role on 'My So-Called Life' when she was a t...

» Priced out of the pool: is this modern day segregation?
20/02/20 12:30 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
It has been 55 years this week since the Freedom Rides arrived in Moree and got the colour bar on the local pool lifted. In this episode of Full Story, we go to the Moree pool and find out why Aboriginal people still feel excluded You ca...

» Germany: Suspected far-right extremist kills 9 people in gun-attack
20/02/20 12:17 from Global News
Police investigate background of gunman who carried out mass-killing in western Germany. Most of his victims had migrant backgrounds. Also, South Korea becomes latest focus of global concern over coronavirus, and Swiss prosecutors bring ...

» Atlético v Liverpool, City v Uefa and Deschamps v Cantona – Football Weekly Extra
20/02/20 11:34 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Faye Carruthers , Barry Glendenning , Philippe Auclair and Jonathan Liew discuss the value of an atmosphere, metaphorical guns, Norwegian teenagers, a self-defence low blow and Barça stealing candy from a baby Join the conversation on Fa...

» Gunman who killed nine in German town had “far right” motives, officials say
20/02/20 11:21 from Newshour
German authorities confirmed man left a confession revealing far-right motives behind fatal shooting in Hanau. On Wednesday night the typical laid-back scenes at two shisha bars in the town, east of Frankfurt, turned violent as a gunman ...

» Locust Swarm Chasers
20/02/20 07:35 from From Our Own Correspondent
Stories from Kenya, Italy, Russia, Syria and Portugal. For the past few months, swarms of desert locusts have been eating their way across the Middle East and Africa. As Joe Inwood finds, stopping the swarms has so far proved nigh on imp...

» Democrats Attack One Another in Fiery Debate in Las Vegas
20/02/20 07:00 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 20th: Democratic presidential hopefuls took turns attacking one another in a fiery debate ahead of Nevada's Caucasus. Emily Glazer reports from Las Vegas. Plus, Paul Vigna on why U.S. investors are staying optim...

» A Conversation With Elizabeth Warren
20/02/20 06:45 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Latino USA continues its coverage of the Democratic field for the presidential nomination. This time, we sit down with the senator from Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren. Senator Warren is a relative newcomer to politics—she was first elec...

» Flooded Britain: a new normal? - podcast
19/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
A series of storms have lashed Britain in the past two weeks resulting in widespread floods that have left residents and businesses devastated. But as the climate heats up and towns expand into floodplains, is this the new normal? Also t...

» Optimistic signs over global Coronavirus crisis
19/02/20 20:01 from Global News
Japan rejects criticism of its handling of the coronavirus cruise ship; More bad news for Boeing after debris is found in the fuel tanks of brand new 737 Max aircraft; Could ammonia prove the green alternative to diesel to transform the ...

» The Drug Lobby's Waning Influence in Washington
19/02/20 18:15 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 19th: The influence of the drug lobby in Washington is waning, as Republicans and Democrats join together to combat rising drug prices. Brody Mullins explains how the shift could impact drug policy. Plus, Michae...

» Syria war: Turkish operation in Idlib ‘only a matter of time’
19/02/20 18:10 from Newshour
The UN has warned that the conflict in Syria is on the verge of a further dangerous escalation, as fighting draws close to densely- populated areas in Idlib. But Russia has scuppered a statement by the Security Council. Also on the progr...

» Chaos, Corruption & Trump's Secrets At Deutsche Bank
19/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
In his book 'Dark Towers,' David Enrich traces Deutsche Bank's shadowy practices, from laundering money for Russian oligarchs to the violation of international sanctions. Enrich, who is the finance editor at the 'New York Times,' also ta...

» Eugenics row rears its ugly head in No 10: Politics Weekly podcast
19/02/20 15:20 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Rowena Mason is joined by Faiza Shaheen , Helen Lewis and Will Tanner to discuss No 10’s hiring of adviser Andrew Sabisky, Labour’s deputy leadership race, and the importance of ‘difficult women’ in Westminster. After it was revealed tha...

» Corporations Were Always People
19/02/20 13:00 from On The Media
No discussion of money and politics is complete without a tip of the hat to Citizens United , the landmark Supreme Court ruling of 10 years ago that recognized corporations as people and their money as speech.  That ruling was followed a...

» Coronavirus: Confusion on a quayside in Japan as passengers are released
19/02/20 11:14 from Newshour
Some passengers say disembarkation was 'chaotic' and 'haphazard' following quarantine. The passengers from the “Diamond Princess” come from more than 50 countries, raising concerns that the ship could become the source of a fresh wave of...

» Coronavirus: ‘Quarantined’ cruise ship criticised by experts
19/02/20 11:08 from Global News
Japan is facing mounting international criticism of its response to the outbreak on the ship, the largest outside of mainland China. Also: Controversy at the Brit awards in London as a rapper calls the Prime Minister a racist on live TV,...

» Episode 3: can we trust science to police itself? – podcast
19/02/20 09:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
In our third and final episode, we talk about trust in science. In particular, how historical cases of abuse led many in our groups to question gene editing , science and medicine. If we focus on the past, will we ever move forward? Cont...

» Episode 2: who decides what should happen next? – podcast
19/02/20 09:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
In our second episode on gene editing , we talk about power. Are we well informed? Who holds the power to inform us? Who has the authority to speak for our species and to make decisions? Continue reading...

» Episode 1: what does it mean to be human? – podcast
19/02/20 09:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Gene editing technologies such as Crispr-Cas9 have the capability to rewrite our DNA and change life as we know it. In this new series , we spoke to people around the UK who could be touched by the new technology. In this first episode, ...

» Self-Quarantining From the Coronavirus
19/02/20 07:00 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 19th: Thousands of Americans are being asked to put themselves under quarantine for 14 days as a precaution against the coronavirus. This is putting a strain on states' public health departments, according to th...

» Inside Trump's Facebook campaign – podcast
18/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Guardian US tech reporter Julia Carrie Wong spent a year analysing Trump’s Facebook campaign. She discusses how the sophisticated social media machine is targeting voters. And Leah Green reflects on the death of former Love Island presen...

» Bloomberg to join Democrat debate
18/02/20 20:03 from Global News
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg will take part in a nomination debate for the first time on Wednesday. Also: The judge in the Harvey Weinstein rape case has warned the lead defence lawyer not to talk to the press, and...

» Air strikes hit hospitals and camps in northwest Syria - U.N.
18/02/20 19:14 from Newshour
Government air strikes have hit hospitals and camps for displaced people in northwest Syria and killed about 300 civilians as President Bashar al-Assad’s forces press an assault against the last rebel stronghold, the United Nations said ...

» HSBC Cuts Back in U.S., Europe
18/02/20 18:25 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 18th: HSBC plans job cuts as it downsizes in the U.S. and Europe. The Wall Street Journal's Margot Patrick digs into the bank's decision. And a judge denies Roger Stone's request for a sentencing delay, on a day...

» Rachael & Vilray Sing Swing Standards
18/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The music duo perform songs from their self-titled debut album, which draws on the music of the '30s and '40s. "There is a timeless quality to these old standards," Vilray says. Rachael Price is also the lead singer of Lake Street Dive. ...

» Portrait Of: 'Taina' And The Love Of Nostalgia TV
18/02/20 13:53 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
In 2001, Nickelodeon started airing "Taina," a show about a Latina teen who attends a performing arts high school in NYC and daydreams of being a star. While the show only lasted two seasons, "Taina" is seared into the memories of many w...

» What will happen to the Biloela family held on Christmas Island?
18/02/20 12:30 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
In 2018, a migrant family living in Biloela, Queensland were taken from their home at dawn and have been held in detention ever since. This Friday, the family’s last chance to stay in the country will be assessed by a court. In this epis...

» Asian economies hit by coronavirus
18/02/20 11:15 from Newshour
As the coronavirus continues to spread, we'll find out what impact it's having on economies around Asia and further afield. Also in the programme: the senior civil servant in Denmark who quietly stole $17 million from the welfare agency ...

» Fresh Chinese data on Covid-19 fatality rates
18/02/20 10:51 from Global News
Health officials in China say Coronavirus shows a fatality rate of two point three per cent; Europe's biggest bank, HSBC, says it will axe 35.000 jobs, after pre- tax profits fell by a third last year; We hear what it's like to get caugh...

» Boy Scouts Chapter 11 Filing; Apple's Coronavirus Warning
18/02/20 07:00 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 18th: Facing hundreds of pending lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct, the Boy Scouts of America file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Scurria reports. Plus, Apple warns it will miss qu...

» Maaza Mengiste on the Ethiopian women who fought Italy – books podcast
18/02/20 03:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
The Italian invasion of 1935 is a pivotal moment in Ethiopia’s history. The novelist Maaza Mengiste explains how she discovered that women had been written out of this story, and why her novel The Shadow King circles around seen and unse...

» Can the fashion industry ever be sustainable? – podcast
17/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Environmental journalist Lucy Siegle has been writing about the fashion industry for 15 years. As London fashion week draws to a close, she discusses ways the industry could become more environmentally friendly. And: Laura Snapes on the ...

» Uighurs ‘detained for beards and veils’ – leak
17/02/20 20:03 from Global News
A document that appears to give the most powerful insight yet into how China determined the fate of hundreds of thousands of Muslims held in a network of internment camps has been seen by the BBC. Also: The United Nations says fighting i...

» Donald Trump's Testing Of America
17/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'Washington Post' reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker discuss presidential rages, erratic decision-making and other troubling tendencies of the Trump presidency. Their new book is 'A Very Stable Genius.' (Aired Jan. 22, updated Feb...

» Coronavirus threatens to push Japan into recession
17/02/20 11:05 from Global News
Analysts are concerned travel restrictions, which have led to a sharp drop in tourism from China, will cause Japan's economy to contract further. General Motors scraps the historic Holden car brand in Australia. A Spanish actor is being ...

» Venezuela: a year on from the failed uprising – podcast
16/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Tom Phillips, the Guardian’s Latin America correspondent, is back in Venezuela a year after the start of a dramatic, but so far unsuccessful, attempt to topple Nicolás Maduro. While conditions in Caracas appear slightly improved, outside...

» Americans from virus cruise ship leave Japan
16/02/20 20:01 from Global News
Hundreds will be quarantined in the US, while 40 confirmed cases will be treated in Japan. Also: Elton John halts concert due to pneumonia, and turning human corpses into compost for green burials.

» From Our Home Correspondent 16/02/2020
16/02/20 10:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
In the latest programme of the monthly series, Mishal Husain introduces dispatches from journalists and writers around the United Kingdom reflecting the range of contemporary life in the country. Emma Jane Kirby, in Birmingham, reports o...

» Coronavirus: First death confirmed in Europe
15/02/20 20:01 from Global News
The victim was an 80-year-old man from China's Hubei province. Chinese officials say the coronavirus outbreak is generally under control but the World Health Organisation insists it's too early to predict whether it will become a global ...

» Malta and the Mafia
15/02/20 08:01 from From Our Own Correspondent
French prosecutors announced this week that say they have started an investigation into the business activities of the Maltese magnate charged with complicity to murder the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. It’s just the latest developm...

» Best Of: The 2020 Disinformation War / Michael Pollan Explains Caffeine
15/02/20 01:01 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The Trump campaign is planning to spend $1 billion and a lot will go towards disinformation and propaganda. 'Atlantic' journalist McKay Coppins talks about what he learned about the new techniques the campaign and its supporters are usin...

» 1,700 Chinese health care workers infected with Coronavirus
14/02/20 20:02 from Global News
China's National Health Commission says there's high pressure on doctors and nurses, also a short truce could be in sight in Afghanistan and some different Valentine's Day events

» States Reject Massive Opioid Settlement Offer
14/02/20 18:23 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 14th: State attorneys general reject drug distributors' $18 billion opioid-addiction settlement plan. The Wall Street Journal's Jared S. Hopkins discusses why. Plus, the WSJ's Natalie Andrews on how Democrats pl...

» 'High Fidelity' Author / Remembering Ladysmith Black Mambazo Founder
14/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Nick Hornby's 1995 novel, 'High Fidelity,' about a heartsick record shop owner, was made into a film starring John Cusack in 2000. Now it's been adapted and updated into a new Hulu series, starring Zoë Kravitz. Hornby spoke with Terry Gr...

» Norm!
14/02/20 13:00 from On The Media
Attorney General Bill Barr appeared to spar with Donald Trump in the latest chapter of the Roger Stone case. On this week’s On the Media, why the apparent interference in the Justice Department’s work should cause concern. Plus, Customs ...

» Coronavirus: New China figures reveal toll on medical staff
14/02/20 11:53 from Global News
Chinese officials have given figures for health workers infected with the new virus. More than 1700 have fallen ill and at least 6 have died. Also, concern over plight of people fleeing across Mediterranean from Libya to Europe, and how ...

» Yesika Salgado On Love, Lust, And Being A Hopeless Romantic
14/02/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
This Valentine's Day, Maria Hinojosa and Yesika Salgado talk about love, lust, and being a hopeless romantic. Yesika grew up in Los Angeles in a Salvadoran family, and she calls herself a fat, fly poet—her most recent book of poems "Herm...

» Huawei Charged With Racketeering and Stealing Trade Secrets
14/02/20 06:57 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 14th: Huawei and two of its U.S. subsidiaries were charged with racketeering conspiracy and conspiracy to steal trade secrets in a new federal indictment - Dan Strumpf has more. Plus, Jo Craven McGinty on how to...

» Who killed Swedish prime minister Olof Palme? – podcast
13/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
After a night at the cinema in 1986, Olof Palme was assassinated on Stockholm’s busiest street. The killer has never been found. Jan Stocklassa discusses whether novelist Stieg Larsson’s theory can provide any answers. And: the first sam...

» Thousands of Syrians camp in freezing conditions
13/02/20 20:05 from Global News
The UN says 800,000 have been displaced since December in the government offensive in northwestern Syria. Also: The row over whether music festivals book enough female performers, and what one Russian grandmother thinks of President Putin.

» Federal Judge Blocks Cloud Contract Award to Microsoft
13/02/20 18:39 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 13th: In a win for Amazon, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction blocking the Pentagon's cloud contract award to Microsoft. The Wall Street Journal's John McKinnon is here to discuss. Plus, the WSJ's C...

» Amazon & The 'Rise And Reign' Of Jeff Bezos
13/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The new FRONTLINE PBS documentary 'Amazon Empire' investigates Amazon's business practices, as well as questions surrounding privacy, surveillance and regulation. We talk with James Jacoby, the film's director and correspondent, about ho...

» Coronavirus: China reports steep rise in cases in Hubei
13/02/20 11:42 from Global News
Beijing confirms huge increase in deaths and infections in worst-hit province. And top officials have been sacked over their handling of crisis. Also, city of Dresden marks 75th anniversary of WW2 bombing-raids which killed tens of thous...

» Putin Forever
13/02/20 07:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
The residents of an ordinary Moscow apartment block were recently tricked into showing what they really think of their president by a prankster who installed a massive portrait of Vladimir Putin in their lift. Some of the reactions were ...

» Coronavirus Cases Spike as World Health Organization Faces Criticism
13/02/20 07:06 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 13th: The number of new coronavirus cases has spiked, after authorities changed the way new cases were counted. The deadliest day of the outbreak came as the World Health Organization was criticized for its resp...

» Coronavirus: Extreme caution urged by experts
12/02/20 20:01 from Global News
Measures include the provision of straightforward diagnostic kits in all countries, implementing robust infection prevention measures, and accelerated research into treatments and possible vaccines. Also: A major shake up in the Italian ...

» The Democrats' Road Out of New Hampshire
12/02/20 18:44 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 12th: With New Hampshire in the rear-view mirror, The Wall Street Journal's Chad Day looks at the road ahead for the Democratic presidential candidates. Plus, the WSJ's Austen Hufford discusses how travel restri...

» An Inside Look At The Watergate Prosecution
12/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
In her memoir, 'The Watergate Girl,' Jill Wine-Banks talks about confronting Nixon White House insiders on the witness stand, enduring sexism in the courtroom and how the Watergate probe differs from Trump's impeachment. She's now a lega...

» OTM Presents: U.S. of Anxiety's "40 Acres in Mississippi"
12/02/20 13:00 from On The Media
Elbert Lester has lived his full 94 years in Quitman County, Mississippi, on land he and his family own. That’s exceptional for black people in this area, and some family members even say the land came to them through  “40 acres and a mu...

» Coronavirus: Formula 1 calls off April's Chinese Grand Prix race
12/02/20 11:42 from Global News
Motor-racing officials cancel race due to fears over spread of virus. Meanwhile World Health Organisation holds summit on how to deal with outbreak. Also, Pope France rules against allowing married men to become Catholic priests in Amazo...

» Portrait Of: José Feliciano
12/02/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Every holiday season, you can't help but sing along to the infectious melody of José Feliciano's 1970 mega single, "Feliz Navidad." But aside from the holiday hit, the Puerto Rican singer boasts an almost 60-year musical career and one o...

» New Hampshire Primary Changes Democratic Race
12/02/20 07:06 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 12th: Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders narrowly beat former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg to win New Hampshire's Democratic primary. Sabrina Siddiqui has the key takeaways from the results. Plus, Mike B...

» Back from the brink of death: reversing a heroin overdose – podcast
11/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Anti-overdose drug naloxone has been in clinical use since the 1970s but not always where it’s needed most. The Guardian’s Jamie Grierson visited Redcar in North Yorkshire where a group of former drug users provide at-risk people with ki...

» Sudan agrees ex-president must face ICC
11/02/20 20:09 from Global News
Omar al-Bashir will answer genocide and war crimes charges. Also: Spain's high court upholds a company's right to deduct break times from employees' working day, and music fans pay tribute to Joseph Shabalala, the founder of Ladysmith Bl...

» The First Wuhan Evacuee in U.S. Tests Positive for Coronavirus
11/02/20 18:47 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 11th: A passenger flown to the U.S. from Wuhan, China tests positive for the coronavirus after earlier getting a clean bill of health. We get more from the Wall Street Journal's Stephanie Yang, herself quarantin...

» The 2020 Disinformation War
11/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The Trump campaign is planning to spend $1 billion and a lot will go towards disinformation and propaganda. 'Atlantic' journalist McKay Coppins created a new Facebook account so he could "like" MAGA-related pages, join MAGA groups, and r...

» New coronavirus named Covid-19 by the World Health Organisation
11/02/20 11:39 from Global News
The name was chosen so that it 'did not refer to a geographical location, an animal, an individual or group of people'. Thousands pack a stadium for the funeral of Kenya's Daniel arap Moi. More than three decades after the end of aparthe...

» New Hampshire Primary Set to Test Democratic Presidential Hopefuls
11/02/20 06:48 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 11th: As New Hampshire's voters head to the polls, Sabrina Siddiqui breaks down the key factors in the race. Plus, Drew FitzGerald on the merger that could transform the wireless industry and Quentin Webb on wha...

» Life on Lesbos: what's happening to the refugees there? – podcast
10/02/20 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Harriet Grant travelled to the Greek island of Lesbos to report on the crisis playing out in its refugee camps. Plus: Lisa O’Carroll on Sinn Féin’s election success For people fleeing countries including Syria and Afghanistan, Lesbos bec...

» President Trump presents election year budget
10/02/20 19:56 from Global News
The President asks for increases in military spending and cuts to social programmes. Also,Turkey says Syrian government shellfire has killed Turkish soldiers in Idlib and the US has charged four Chinese military officers over a cyber att...

» U.S. Charges Four Chinese Military Officers in Equifax Hack
10/02/20 18:13 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 10th: The U.S. has indicted four members of the Chinese military over the massive Equifax hack - one of the largest on record. Dustin Volz explains. Plus, President Trump releases a $4.8 trillion budget plan. Ka...

» Michael Pollan Explains Caffeine Addiction & Withdrawal
10/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'Omnivore's Dilemma' author Michael Pollan talks about his new audiobook, 'Caffeine: How Coffee and Tea Created the Modern World.' He describes caffeine as the world's most widely-used psychoactive drug. "Here's a drug we use every day. ...

» Germany's 'successor' to Merkel quits
10/02/20 11:33 from Global News
The decision comes as questions were raised about her ability to command authority in the party, after CDU delegates in eastern Germany defied the party headquarter’s ban on cooperating with the far right Alternative für Deutschland (AfD...

» Coronavirus Outbreak Surpasses Bleak Milestone
10/02/20 06:55 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 10th: The new coronavirus outbreak's death toll surpassed the total people who died as a result of SARS in 2002-2003. Stu Woo has the latest from Beijing. Plus, Andrew Jeong on Parasite's surprise best picture w...

» Millions in China due to return to work despite coronavirus outbreak
09/02/20 19:57 from Global News
Many factories and offices in China have been ordered to stagger their working hours to limit the number of people in public places. Also: Sinn Fein to try to form governing coalition after Irish election success, and the renowned opera ...

» Thai soldier kills many people in shooting rampage
08/02/20 20:01 from Global News
Thai security forces rescued hundreds of people from a shopping centre while searching for the gunman. Also: WHO says the number of new coronavirus cases has stabilised in Hubei province, and "lightning strike" kills rare mountain gorill...

» Jacob Zuma's Sick Note
08/02/20 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
South Africa’s former president Jacob Zuma has been charged with a string of crimes including corruption, racketeering and money-laundering. He denies all allegations of wrongdoing and earlier this week didn’t attend his trial saying he ...

» Best Of: 'American Factory' Filmmakers / Uncovering A Secret Addiction
08/02/20 01:01 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert's Oscar-nominated documentary goes inside a Chinese-owned automotive glass factory in Ohio, where a unionized GM plant once stood. The filmmakers talk about the work culture clash in the factory. Justin C...

» Hong Kong imposes new quarantine rules over virus
07/02/20 19:52 from Global News
Travellers from mainland China will be isolated for 14 days in new efforts to stem the coronavirus. Also: Impeachment witness escorted from the White House, and unseen Charles Dickens letters open a window into the life of a genius.

» 'Joker' Dir. Todd Phillips / Remembering Kirk Douglas
07/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'Joker' director Todd Phillips talks about how he disguised his "deep-dive character study" film as a comic book movie. It's nominated for 11 Oscars including Best Picture. Also, we remember 'Spartacus' actor Kirk Douglas, who died Thurs...

» Picture-Perfect Democracy
07/02/20 13:00 from On The Media
The sloppy roll-out of Iowa results prompted disinformation and confusion over the mechanics of the caucus system. This week, On the Media looks at the origins of the nomination process to explain how we got here. Plus, local reporters i...

» Coronavirus: Death of Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang sparks public anger
07/02/20 11:56 from Global News
Widespread grief after death of doctor who tried to warn about the coronavirus outbreak. Dr. Li died after contracting the virus while treating patients in Wuhan. Also, Syrian army says it's seized a key target in Idlib province, and we ...

» Ornella & Violeta
07/02/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
For seventeen years, Ornella Pedrozo thought of her mom's detainment by ICE as her deepest, darkest secret. When she was four years old, her mother Violeta, who had fled the armed conflict in Peru, was abruptly detained by ICE. That sepa...

» #175 - Is it Time to Expand Nuclear Power?
07/02/20 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
For decades, the development of nuclear power has sparked staunch debate among scientists, politicians, and activists alike. Proponents claim that nuclear energy is the most effective way to combat climate change while still meeting the ...

» Coronavirus kills Chinese whistleblower doctor
06/02/20 19:54 from Global News
The hospital in Wuhan treating Li Wenliang confirms his death after a day of conflicting reports. Also: Trump celebrates acquittal and blasts rivals, and climate change could push bumblebees to extinction.

» A New Frontier Of Assassination
06/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'New Yorker' staff writer Adam Entous says the U.S. could face further retaliation from Iran for the death of General Soleimani: "If you look at their history, they take a long time before they strike back." TV critic David Bianculli rev...

» How Rush Limbaugh Paved The Way For Trump
06/02/20 13:00 from On The Media
A lot was reported about Tuesday night's State of the Union address. President Trump's characteristic self-congratulation, the fact-checking of his error-filled speech, and Nancy Pelosi's sensational paper rip stunt. Tuesday night also s...

» Coronavirus: Beijing introduces tough measures to try and stem the outbreak
06/02/20 11:44 from Global News
China's government insists it's doing all it can to contain the virus. More than 560 people have now died and nearly 30,000 been infected. Also, UN Security Council will meet to discuss situation in Syrian rebel-held enclave of Idlib, an...

» Baffled in Brittany
06/02/20 07:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
In Brittany there’s been some concern about how the UK’s long goodbye to the European Union will affect it’s fishing fleets. Last weekend France reminded Britain that the UK exports most of its fish production to EU countries. Post-Brexi...

» President Trump acquitted of all impeachment charges
05/02/20 20:01 from Global News
The Senate, run by the president's fellow Republicans, voted to acquit him 52-48 on charges of abuse of power and 53-47 on obstruction of Congress. Also, the World Health Organisation asks for nearly seven hundred million dollars to help...

» Coronavirus, Animal Infections & The Next Pandemic
05/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Science writer David Quammen talks about the new virus in China, what we learned from SARS, and how viruses travel from animal to animal to humans. "When there's an animal host, then it becomes much, much more difficult to eradicate or e...

» Coronavirus: China takes further steps to address the epidemic
05/02/20 11:32 from Global News
China takes further steps to address the coronavirus epidemic, as death toll nears 500. Also, the new coronavirus will finally get a proper name. State of the Union: Trump hails 'American comeback'. And why penguins' speech patterns are ...

» La Reina Del Rock: Alejandra Guzmán
05/02/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Known by many as "La Reina del Rock," the queen of Latin American rock, Alejandra Guzmán has built a legacy for herself through her soulful performances and scandalous lyrics. Her famous Mexican parents, rocker Enrique Guzmán and actress...

» Iowa Caucus: Pete Buttigieg leads US Democratic hopefuls as partial results are released
04/02/20 22:00 from Global News
With 62 per cent of the votes counted, Pete Buttigieg leads this first leg of the race to be the Democrats’ presidential candidate, while Bernie Sanders is a close second. Also, the WHO praises China for containing the new strain of coro...

» Grief, Guilt & An Ex-Husband's Secret Addiction
04/02/20 17:29 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Eilene Zimmerman didn't learn of her ex-husband's addiction to cocaine and opioids until after his drug-related death. Her memoir, 'Smacked,' explores how her former spouse, a wealthy, high-powered attorney, hid his addiction and depress...

» Coronavirus outbreak not yet pandemic
04/02/20 11:22 from Global News
A pandemic is the worldwide spread of a new disease, according to the WHO. The Democrats get off to a bad start in the US presidential contest, as the Iowa results are delayed. Kenya's former President Daniel arap Moi dies aged 95.

» Iowa Caucus 2020 Results Delayed
04/02/20 07:03 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 4th: What a mess - Iowa's caucus results are delayed due to what the Democratic Party said were 'inconsistencies in the reporting'. Eliza Collins has more from on the ground in Iowa. Plus, Quentin Webb on why oi...

» HIV vaccine hopes dashed by trial results
03/02/20 20:05 from Global News
An experimental trial of a new HIV vaccine has been abandoned after an independent study found it was ineffective, dashing high hopes. We hear from Democrats as they take their first step towards confirming who will challenge President D...

» U.S. Officials Take Precautions to Prevent Spread of Coronavirus
03/02/20 18:00 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for February 3rd: Closing arguments end in the impeachment trial of President Trump. Plus, will mandatory quarantines for Americans returning from the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak prevent it from spreading here? Bri...

» 'American Factory' Doc. Filmmakers On Chinese/U.S. Work Culture Clash
03/02/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert's Oscar-nominated documentary goes inside a Chinese-owned automotive glass factory in Ohio. The filmmakers talk about the culture clash in the factory, the workers' attempt to unionize, and how Reichert's...

» Coronavirus:China accuses US of causing panic and 'spreading fear'
03/02/20 11:31 from Global News
The virus has now killed more than 360 people, triggered a sharp fall in shares as China's financial markets reopened after the Lunar New Year holiday. Yemen's medical air bridge offers a rare glimpse of hope. Chaos as Nigeria's commerci...

» Just How Do Iowa's Caucuses Work?
03/02/20 06:55 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for February 3rd: As a campaign that began nearly a year ago comes to a frenzied end in Iowa, John McCormick explains just how today's Democratic presidential caucuses will work. Plus, James Areddy on the ripple effects from...

» Police shoot man dead in London terror attack
02/02/20 19:39 from Global News
The attacker, who stabbed two people in South London, had been released from prison in January. He had been sentenced in 2018 for terrorism-related offences. Also: as fears rise about the coronavirus, China injects a hundred and seventy ...

» Hong Kong hospital workers call for border with China to be closed to halt spread of new coronavirus
01/02/20 19:44 from Global News
Health workers threaten to strike from Monday unless checkpoints are closed. Also, the Arab League condemns President Trump's new Middle East peace plan, and new evidence suggests the composer Beethoven was able to hear his final composi...

» Distorting the Past
01/02/20 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
Much thought this week on borders, on nationality and how we get on with our neighbours even at the commemorations to mark the liberation of Auschwitz. The Nazis murdered 1.1 million people at the death camp - ninety per cent of them Jew...

» Best Of: America's Legacy Of Racial Terror / Musician Amy Rigby
01/02/20 01:01 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Bryan Stevenson is the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, which represents people who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced or abused in state jails and prisons. EJI founded a museum and monument in Montgomery, Ala., to...

» Brexit: UK leaves the EU
31/01/20 22:12 from Global News
Britain has taken one of the most momentous steps in its recent history. We look at how this moment was marked, UK's Brexit journey, and what happens next. Also: Donald Trump's impeachment trial is basically over and a new voice for Pepp...

» Senate Defeats Witness Motion; Coronavirus Slams Stocks
31/01/20 19:55 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for January 31: The Senate Friday defeated a motion to call witnesses and introduce more documents in the Trump impeachment trial. The Wall Street Journal's Natalie Andrews on what's next. Plus, stocks get slammed Friday on ...

» Antonio Banderas On 'Pain And Glory'
31/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Banderas earned his first ever Oscar nomination for his role in Pedro Almodóvar's 'Pain and Glory.' He plays a screenwriter and director who stops making movies because of physical and spiritual pain. Banderas talks about how his experie...

» Puerto Rico Demands Answers
31/01/20 17:00 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Recently, a local blogger broadcast his discovery of a warehouse full of aid supplies in Ponce, Puerto Rico, through Facebook Live — reportedly from disaster relief after Hurricane Maria in 2017. The public outrage was immediate. Thousan...

» Cancel This!
31/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
As the coronavirus continues to spread, the World Health Organization has declared a state of emergency. This week, On the Media looks at how panic and misinformation are going viral, too. Plus, a controversial endorsement for Bernie San...

» Brexit: UK prepares to leave EU as PM promises 'new dawn'
31/01/20 11:55 from Global News
UK will officially leave European Union at 23:00 GMT after 47 years of membership. In pre-recorded video message, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will call Brexit a "new dawn." Also, debate over whether China could have acted sooner to tack...

» Britain to Officially Leave the European Union Today
31/01/20 06:50 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for January 31st: After months of delays, Brexit day is finally here - Jason Douglas has more on what will change when Britain leaves the European Union tonight. Plus, in our weekly Election 2020 segment, Eliza Collins looks...

» Ezra Klein on Why We're Polarized
31/01/20 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
Is the American political system broken? In his new book, Ezra Klein argues that the system isn't malfunctioning, it's doing exactly what it was designed to accomplish. In this special episode of Discourse Disrupters, John Donvan sits do...

» Coronavirus declared a global health emergency
30/01/20 20:13 from Global News
The World Health Organization says efforts must be made to stop the virus spreading to vulnerable countries. Also: the Palestinian PM defends stance on Trump Middle East plan, and governing body of world athletics set to rule on Nike run...

» U.S. Economic Growth Remains Steady
30/01/20 18:49 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for January 30: The U.S. economy grew at a 2.1 percent rate in the fourth quarter, and grew 2.3 percent for 2019. That's a steady pace, and the Wall Street Journal's Harriet Torry says economists are optimistic about this ye...

» Cultural & Religious Upheaval In The Middle East / Treasure In The Thames
30/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Kim Ghattas grew up in Lebanon during the civil war and covered the Middle East for the BBC for 20 years. She says events in the Mideast in 1979 set off a wave of extremism and violence that continues today. Her new book is 'Black Wave.'...

» Coronavirus: Russia closes its border with China
30/01/20 11:31 from Global News
Russia orders the closure of its 4000-km long border and imposes visa restrictions to help prevent the spread of the virus, which has now known to have killed 170 people and infected thousands. Also, Mali launches an army recruitment dri...

» Lockdown in China
30/01/20 07:15 from From Our Own Correspondent
Hundreds of foreign nationals are being evacuated from Wuhan, the centre of China's coronavirus outbreak, as more deaths and cases are confirmed. British citizens being flown back to the UK from the city will be put in quarantine for two...

» Facebook, Tesla and Microsoft Report Strong Finish to 2019
30/01/20 07:04 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for January 30th: Reporters Jeff Horwitz, Aaron Tilley and Tim Higgins break down strong results from Facebook, Microsoft and Tesla, respectively - while Anna Isaac reports on increasing investor concern over the new coronav...

» WHO says world 'must be alert' over China virus
29/01/20 20:00 from Global News
The World Health Organization will hold a further emergency meeting on the coronavirus on Thursday. Also: White House warns former advisor, John Bolton, not to publish book, and scientists say lungs "magically" heal damage from smoking.

» Digging Into 'American Dirt'
29/01/20 19:35 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
The novel American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins was released this January with much anticipation. Oprah selected it to be part of her book club, writer Don Winslow called it, "a Grapes of Wrath for our times" and celebrated Latina author Sand...

» Harvard Professor Accused of Lying About Ties to China
29/01/20 19:03 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for January 29: The U.S. has accused a Harvard professor of lying about receiving millions of dollars in funding from China. More from the Wall Street Journal's Aruna Viswanatha. Plus, the Fed keeps interest rates unchanged;...

» What Happens If There's An 'Election Meltdown' In 2020
29/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Imagine the power grid goes out in a major city on Election Day. Or the losing candidate refuses to concede. How secure are new voting machines? These are among the things law professor Rick Hasen considers in his book, 'Election Meltdow...

» OTM presents: Here's the Thing with Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor
29/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
Our colleagues at "Here's the Thing" produced a great episode this week that we think you'll enjoy: Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey are the New York Times reporters who broke the Harvey Weinstein story.  For five months -- perpetually in da...

» Evacuation of foreigners from virus-hit China
29/01/20 11:57 from Global News
Hundreds fly out of Wuhan, the centre of the coronavirus outbreak. Also: the Syrian army 'recaptures' a key town, and the challenge of researching climate change in Antarctica.

» President Trump releases his Middle East peace plan.
28/01/20 19:52 from Global News
It's been applauded by Israel, but condemned by the Palestinians. President Xi Jinping says China is sure to beat the new coronavirus; and, #Girldad - inspired by Kobe Bryant.

» Singer-Songwriter Amy Rigby
28/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Rigby's memoir, 'Girl to City,' tracks how a Catholic girl from the Pittsburgh suburbs became part of New York City punk scene — and invented and reinvented herself as a performer, songwriter and a mother. She talks about going on tour w...

» Coronavirus: Hong Kong to slash border travel
28/01/20 11:21 from Global News
Japan and Germany have both reported their first cases of the new coronavirus in individuals who did not travel to China. Huawei is allowed a limited role in UK 5G networks. Jeffrey Epstein accusers outraged by Prince Andrew's 'lack of c...

» Remembering Auschwitz
27/01/20 19:36 from Global News
Survivors return to the Nazi death camp 75 years after it was liberated. Also: a revolutionary approach to removing cancerous lungs, the danger posed by shipping to whale sharks off Australia and the perils of competitive eating.

» The Secret History Of Nuclear War
27/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
In his new book, 'The Bomb,' journalist Fred Kaplan pulls back the curtain on how U.S. presidents, their advisers and generals have thought about, planned for — and sometimes narrowly avoided — nuclear war. Also, we remember longtime PBS...

» Coronavirus: Death toll rises to 81 as China extends holiday
27/01/20 11:15 from Global News
China’s People’s Daily reports one wing of the new specialist hospital in Wuhan has already been constructed, in just 16 hours. Mystery surrounds a plane crash in Taliban territory in Afghanistan. Billie Eilish is the big winner at the G...

» Kobe Bryant: Basketball legend dies in helicopter crash
26/01/20 20:00 from Global News
The five-time NBA champion was widely considered one of the greatest players in the game's history. Also: China is extending its Lunar New Year holiday to help control the coronavirus outbreak, and the sheep that only eat seaweed foraged...

» Salvini and The Sardines
25/01/20 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
The anti-nationalist protesters in Italy and the man they are trying to stop - Mark Lowen meets members of the Sardines as well the hard-line politician Matteo Salvini who is hoping to become Prime Minister. Kate Adie introduces this and...

» Inside Trump's Chaotic 'Den Of Dysfunction' / Actor Tim Roth
25/01/20 01:01 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Washington Post' reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker did over 200 interviews with Trump administration insiders. Their new book, 'A Very Stable Genius,' details presidential rages, erratic decision-making an...

» The Horrors Of Auschwitz
24/01/20 17:18 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
To mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camp, we're revisiting archival interviews with Auschwitz survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel, and Holocaust historian Laurence Rees.

» Optical Delusion
24/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
A gathering of thousands of armed protesters in Virginia last weekend prompted fears of mass violence. On this episode of On the Media, how some militia groups are spinning the lack of bloodshed as victory. Plus, fresh demands for accoun...

» How I Made It: Jessie Reyez
24/01/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Jessie Reyez is a Canadian-born singer of Colombian descent. Her soulful voice and brutally honest lyrics form part of her signature sound that has garnered her fans around the world. In this segment of "How I Made It," Reyez breaks down...

» Attorney General William Barr's Unwavering Support Of Trump, Explained
23/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'New Yorker' editor David Rohde says Barr acts as Trump's political "sword and shield," which has made him the most feared, criticized and effective member of the president's cabinet. He talks about the attorney general with contributor ...

» Angola's Asymmetrical Billionaire
23/01/20 07:31 from From Our Own Correspondent
Isabel dos Santos is the billionaire daughter of the former president of Angola and Africa’s richest woman. She claims to be a self-made businesswoman. But more than 700,000 documents, recently leaked from her business empire, suggest ot...

» Inside Trump's Chaotic 'Den Of Dysfunction'
22/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Washington Post' reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker did over 200 interviews with Trump administration insiders. Their new book, 'A Very Stable Genius,' details presidential rages, erratic decision-making an...

» The Alleged Crimes of Greenwald
22/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
The Brazilian federal government on Tuesday revealed charges of cybercrimes against Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Glenn Greenwald, for his alleged role in the leaking of explosive messages written by high-ranking law enforcement offi...

» Death Of A Blood Sport
22/01/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
In December 2019, a congressional ban made cockfighting illegal in U.S. territories. Animal rights activists argue the sport is cruel and inhumane. But Puerto Ricans say cockfighting is an integral part of their culture and economy. They...

» Actor Tim Roth
21/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The British actor can be seen in the Tarantino films 'Reservoir Dogs,' 'The Hateful Eight' and 'Pulp Fiction,' and the new movie 'The Song of Names.' His first onscreen role was a white supremacist skinhead in the 1982 TV movie 'Made in ...

» 'Just Mercy' Lawyer Asks America To Reckon With Its Racist Past & Present
20/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Public interest attorney Bryan Stevenson is the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, which represents people who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced or abused in state jails and prisons. In 2018, EJI founded a museum an...

» From Our Home Correspondent 19/01/2020
19/01/20 10:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
In the latest programme of the monthly series, Mishal Husain introduces dispatches from: Vincent Ni on a Chinese man who, like him, has come to Britain and is in his mid-thirties - but there the similarities abruptly end. What does livin...

» Japanese Justice and the Fugitive CEO
18/01/20 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
When Carlos Ghosn skipped bail in Tokyo last month the world was flabbergasted. Despite being under intense surveillance while out on bail, with undercover agents tailing him whenever he left his house, the ex-Nissan boss somehow hot-foo...

» Best Of: Martin Scorsese / 'Boys & Sex'
18/01/20 01:01 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Martin Scorsese's latest film, 'The Irishman,' is up for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. He spoke with Terry Gross about childhood, redemption and getting kicked out of seminary school. Jazz critic Kevin Whit...

» 'Why Religion?' Asks How Hearts Heal After Tragedy
17/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Religion scholar Elaine Pagels lost her young son to terminal illness and her husband a year later in an accident. Her book, 'Why Religion?,' combines memoir and biblical scholarship to reflect on loss and faith. It's now out in paperbac...

» Family Feud
17/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
A pre-debate news drop from CNN threatened the relative peace between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. On this week’s On the Media, why the feud is more distracting than illuminating. Plus, why paying close attention to political new...

» Looking Back On A 'Decade Of Fire'
17/01/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
In the 1970s, a string of devastating fires would help make the South Bronx a symbol of urban decay. In her documentary "Decade of Fire," co-director Vivian Vázquez Irizarry, who grew up in the South Bronx, tries to dissect and counter t...

» Iran's Secret Influence On Iraq
16/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'Intercept' Senior National Security Correspondent James Risen says new documents show how Iran has embedded itself in the politics of its neighbor, Iraq — and that the late Gen. Soleimani oversaw Iran's proxy wars in Iraq and Syria. Als...

» Martin Scorsese
15/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Scorsese's latest film, 'The Irishman,' is up for 10 Academy Awards, including best picture and best director. He spoke with Terry Gross about death, redemption and his biggest flop. Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews the WWI epic '1...

» Climate Change, News Corp, and the Australian Fires
15/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
For years, climate change experts have said that hotter and drier summers would exacerbate the threat of bushfires in Australia. Fires have been raging since September and a prolonged drought and record-breaking temperatures mean the bla...

» The 'Fixers' That Created President Trump
14/01/20 16:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Reporters Joe Palazzolo and Michael Rothfeld won a Pulitzer for their investigation of Trump's 2016 hush money payments to Karen McDougal and porn star Stormy Daniels. Their new book is 'The Fixers: The Bottom-feeders, Crooked Lawyers, G...

» The Murderous Coup of 1898 & The Rise of White Supremacy
13/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
In the 1890s, Wilmington, N.C. was a mixed-race community with a thriving black middle class, black aldermen and police officers, and a black newspaper. White supremacists saw this as an abomination, and plotted a bloody purge around the...

» Iran's Divided Loyalties
11/01/20 08:36 from From Our Own Correspondent
The Iranian government held an official funeral on Tuesday for General Qassem Soleimani killed by a US airstrike in Baghdad. There were emotional speeches in the general’s home town of Kerman in southeast Iran and so many mourners turned...

» Best Of: 'Joker' Dir. Todd Phillips / Andrea Bernstein on 'American Oligarchs'
11/01/20 01:01 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'Joker' is an origin story for the villain in the Batman series, but director Todd Phillips says it's not a comic book movie. "It really started as an experiment, so to speak. ... Maybe you could get one of those deep-dive character stud...

» Remembering 'Graduate' Screenwriter Buck Henry
10/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Buck Henry, who died Jan. 8, co-wrote the film 'Get Smart' with Mel Brooks and made regular appearances as a guest host on 'Saturday Night Live' in the show's early years. He spoke with Terry Gross in 1997 at the New York Film Forum abou...

» Hurtling Toward Catastrophe
10/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
After the US military assassinated an Iranian military general, war propaganda kicked into overdrive. On this week’s On the Media, how news consumers can cut through the misleading claims and dangerous frames. Plus, how Generation Z is i...

» Portrait Of: Rubén Blades
10/01/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Rubén Blades is a singer, songwriter, actor, lawyer, and politician, born in Panama and a New Yorker since 1974. After four decades in the public eye, 17 Grammy Awards, and some of the best-selling records in salsa history, his unique st...

» Bonus Episode: Can Progressives Save Capitalism?
10/01/20 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
Does capitalism need saving? In this special episode, Intelligence Squared partners with Foreign Affairs to take a nuanced look at the state of the capitalism debate in America, and the potential problems facing our economic system. Join...

» The Future Of America's Contest With China
09/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'New Yorker' staff writer Evan Osnos says that China is building up its military, and Pentagon analysts now believe it could defeat U.S. forces in a confrontation along its borders. "China is the big story we don't talk about every day,"...

» The Trumps & Kushners, 'American Oligarchs'
08/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Author Andrea Bernstein, co-host of the podcast 'Trump, Inc.' and the author of the new book 'American Oligarchs' talks with Terry Gross about the family histories of both the Trumps and the Kushners, and their "marriage of money and pow...

» The Weinstein Trial Begins
08/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
In New York this week, jury selection began in the trial of former Hollywood titan Harvey Weinstein. News of his alleged sexual predations launched the #MeToo movement in October 2017, through investigative reporting from both The New Yo...

» 'Boys & Sex'
07/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Peggy Orenstein's new book, 'Boys & Sex,' is based on extensive interviews with more than 100 college and college-bound boys between the ages of 16 and 22. "When I was doing ['Girls & Sex'] the kind of core issue with girls was that they...

» The Diary Of An 'Undesirable'
07/01/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Anthony Acevedo was the first Mexican-American Holocaust survivor registered at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. Latino USA follows Acevedo as he takes us through his journey as an Army medic stationed in Eu...

» 'Joker' Director Todd Phillips
06/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'Joker' is an origin story for the villain in the Batman series, but director Todd Phillips says it's not a comic book movie. "It really started as an experiment, so to speak. ... Maybe you could get one of those deep-dive character stud...

» Death In Baghdad
04/01/20 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
The assassination in a US air strike of the senior Iranian general Qasem Soleimani raises the prospect of a response from Teheran that few can predict. Jim Muir reports on the significance of the US target and what might happen next. Thi...

» Jordan Peele / Francis Ford Coppola
04/01/20 01:01 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
We close out our 'Best of the Decade' series with two of our favorite film directors. Jordan Peele made his directorial debut in 2017 with the "social thriller" 'Get Out.' Francis Ford Coppola, also spoke with Terry Gross in 2017 about t...

» Patti Smith / Bruce Springsteen
03/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Our Best of the Decade series continues with two music icons. First, Patti Smith spoke with Terry Gross in 2010 about 'Just Kids,' her memoir about her relationship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. And then we listen back to part o...

» Can Restorative Justice Save The Internet?
03/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
As prison populations soar, advocates on both side of the spectrum agree that the law-and-order approach to criminal justice is not making us safer. On this week's On the Media, we look at restorative justice, an alternative to prison th...

» Two-Step Into 2020
03/01/20 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Happy 2020! If you're a long-time listener, you might know we have a tradition of doing a special music show around New Year's Day. Today—a selection of music pieces, including a few that we have not previously aired on our podcast. Firs...

» Ta-Nehisi Coates / Toni Morrison
02/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Our Best of the Decade series continues with two of the most influential writers of our time. In 2015, Coates discussed his book 'Between the World and Me.' Formatted as a letter to his son, Coates writes about the different forms of vio...

» In Concert: Carolina Chocolate Drops / Catherine Russell / Jon Batiste
01/01/20 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Our Best of the Decade series continues with three music interviews. Carolina Chocolate Drops are a old-time string band from Durham, N.C. Jazz singer Catherine Russell sang back-up for Paul Simon, David Bowie and Jackson Browne. Jon Bat...

» Ken Kesey's Acid Quest
01/01/20 13:00 from On The Media
Happy New Year! In this pod extra, we're celebrating what might be your first hangover of 2020 — whether it's fueled by alcohol or just the thought of the year ahead. So, we thought we'd bring you the story of an odd holiday known as Bic...

» Howard Stern / Joan Rivers
31/12/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Our Best of the Decade series continues with two irreverent New Yorkers. Stern, the "King of All Media," spoke with Terry Gross this year about how he evolved from his early shock-jock days. Also, we listen back to a 2010 interview with ...

» Portrait Of: Ranchera Royalty Ángela Aguilar
31/12/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
If there is a ranchera royal family, that is the Aguilar family. And Ángela Aguilar is the youngest heir. Her father, Pepe Aguilar, has sold over 12 million albums worldwide and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And her grandfath...

» Anthony Bourdain / Columnist David Carr
30/12/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Our Best of the Decade series continues with two giants of the media world we lost too soon. Chef-turned-travel-host Anthony Bourdain took us around the world with CNN's 'Parts Unknown.' He died in 2018. David Carr was the media columnis...

» Best Of: Adam Sandler & Safdie Bros. On 'Uncut Gems' / Best TV Of 2019
30/12/19 14:44 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Adam Sandler plays a jewelry store owner who's deep in debt in a new thriller, 'Uncut Gems,' by writer/directors Josh and Benny Safdie. The movie was inspired by the brothers' father, who worked in the NYC diamond district. John Powers s...

» The Meaning of Home
28/12/19 08:41 from From Our Own Correspondent
Until recently, a small, independent and politically neutral Syrian radio station was broadcasting in exile from Istanbul. But Radio Alwan was forced to close when the Trump administration made the decision last year to pull $200m of fun...

» Hindsight Is 2019
27/12/19 13:00 from On The Media
2019 started on a note of fakery, as we made sense of the conspiracies and simulacra that distort our information field. It's ending with a similar air of surreality, with impeachment proceedings bringing the dynamics of the Trump presid...

» How I Made It: Maná
27/12/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
The rock en español group, Maná, is one of the most successful Spanish-language rock bands of this generation. They've sold over 40 million records worldwide, and this year their "Rayando El Sol" tour broke records previously held by the...

» #97 - Should We Legalize Assisted Suicide?
27/12/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
Now legal in nine U.S. states and the District of Columbia, physician-assisted suicide has a growing contingency that want to legalize the practice. Will these laws lead to a slippery slope, where the vulnerable are pressured to choose d...

» The Hidden Truths of Hanukkah
25/12/19 13:00 from On The Media
Today is Christmas, but it's also  Hanukkah — the Jewish festival of lights. With its emphasis on present-giving, dreidel games and sweet treats, the holiday seems to be oriented towards kids. Even the story of Hanukkah has had its edges...

» Colombia's Secret War Against Civilians
23/12/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Nearly 12 years ago, Gloria Martinez's son went out to look for a job and never came back. Gloria would spend months searching for him, and she wasn't alone—many others, mostly young men from rural and poor urban areas, also mysteriously...

» Taiwan's Bright Ideas
21/12/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
Recent events in Hong Kong have made many people in Taiwan jumpy. Duncan Hewitt talks to a Taiwanese hacker and activist turned government minister who is full of ideas about how to improve life on the island. He finds an increasingly pl...

» Let The Record Show
20/12/19 13:00 from On The Media
For only the third time in U.S. history, the American press is covering a presidential impeachment. On this week’s On the Media, a look at a few of the coverage missteps made along the way. And, the reporting process behind the Washingto...

» How I Made It: Rodrigo y Gabriela
20/12/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
In the late 90's, Rodrigo Sánchez and Gabriela Quintero embarked on a one-way trip to Dublin, Ireland. While they were originally heavy metal musicians back home in Mexico, they traded their electric guitars for acoustic ones and became ...

» Sons of the Soil
18/12/19 13:00 from On The Media
Last week, India’s ruling party (the BJP) passed the Citizenship Amendment Act. The legislation grants a clear path to Indian citizenship to non- Muslim refugees from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Opponents pointed out flaws in t...

» The Breakdown: Heavy Metal Edition
17/12/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
The stereotype goes that Latinos only listen to salsa or reggaeton. But one of the biggest genres of music across Latin America is actually heavy metal, with bands like Iron Maiden selling out stadiums across the region when they tour th...

» The despair over India's failure to confront sexual violence. Why are the victims blamed?
14/12/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
India's Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, announced a zero tolerance policy towards violence against women when he took office. But Rajini Vaidyanathan says that for many victims his promises ring hollow. According to the latest figures fro...

» Body of Law: Beyond Roe
13/12/19 13:00 from On The Media
A majority of Americans polled by CSPAN last year couldn't name a Supreme Court case. Of those who could,  Roe v. Wade  was by far the most familiar, with 40 percent able to name it. (Only five percent could name  Brown v. Board of Educa...

» Getting Personal With Cristela Alonzo
13/12/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
In 2014, comedian Cristela Alonzo got her big break: a primetime sitcom that she created, wrote, produced and starred in. It was called "Cristela" and was loosely based off Alonzo's life. But despite her authentic touch, the show was can...

» Bonus Episode: How Do We Make Our Debates Happen?
13/12/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
In this special episode of Intelligence Squared U.S., host and moderator John Donvan sits down with our newly appointed CEO Clea Conner to pull back the curtain on how we make our debates, choose debaters, and talk about what happens off...

» The "Pentagon Papers" Of Our Time
11/12/19 13:00 from On The Media
On Monday, the Washington Post released the fruits of a three-year investigative effort: the "Afghanistan Papers," a once-secret internal government history of a deadly, costly, and ultimately futile entanglement. The hundreds of frank, ...

» Puerto Crypto
10/12/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
In 2018, just months after Hurricane María, an eccentric group of cryptocurrency enthusiasts arrived in Puerto Rico. They came with big plans for the island—to help rebuild after the hurricane, and in the process create a high-tech crypt...

» The fragile peace on the frontline in Eastern Ukraine
07/12/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
When Russian forces took over parts of Ukraine in spring 2014, much of the world held its breath. Would Western countries side with Ukraine, and could the fighting spread further into Eastern Europe? While that kind of escalation did not...

» The Dead Consensus
06/12/19 13:00 from On The Media
As House leaders begin drafting articles of impeachment, examples from the Nixon and Clinton eras abound. This week, On the Media rewinds to the 19th century — and the turbulent impeachment of Andrew Johnson. Plus, what a debate between ...

» Tribalism, Anger and the State of Our Politics
04/12/19 13:00 from On The Media
If solidarity and the recognition of mutual self-interest are the keys to moving past our fractious moment, it can be hard to see how we'll get there. Anger and tribalism appear to be at an all-time high, creating political and societal ...

» The Clinic
04/12/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Latino USA goes inside the biggest free health clinic in the country, which serves only people without insurance. There are nearly 28 million uninsured people in the United States, and for some of them, free clinics are their safety net....

» Shunned in Sri Lanka
30/11/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
Throughout Sri Lanka's decades long conflict, attention has focused on the confrontation between the majority Sinhalese and the minority Tamils. The country’s Muslims, who are just 10 per cent of the population and see themselves as a se...

» We Need To Talk About Poland
29/11/19 13:00 from On The Media
With the US deep in questions of impeachment, what lessons can we learn from divided societies abroad? This week, On the Media travels to Poland, where conspiracy, xenophobia and the rise of illiberalism have the country in an existentia...

» #174 - Is Capitalism a Blessing?
29/11/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
Capitalism has always had its critics. But now, a new generation of political leaders, scholars, and activists are calling the free-market system into question. Has capitalism been a force for good? And should it be the economic model of...

» By Right Of Discovery
27/11/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
On Thanksgiving Day, hundreds of people gather on Alcatraz Island, the famous former prison and one of the largest tourist attractions in San Francisco, for a sunrise ceremony to honor Indigenous culture and history. Fifty years ago, an ...

» PURPLE EPISODE 4: Media to the Rescue?
26/11/19 13:00 from On The Media
As part of a month-long campaign called the Purple Project for Democracy , (a strictly non-partisan, apolitical effort that a number of other large news organizations have also contributed to) we are featuring a series of conversations a...

» PURPLE EPISODE 3: Let’s Not Discount Reality
25/11/19 13:00 from On The Media
As part of a month-long campaign called the Purple Project for Democracy, OTM is using its podcast feed for a series of conversations about an alarming loss of trust, faith and devotion by Americans for American democracy  — and what to ...

» PURPLE EPISODE 2: “Low Information, High Misinformation Voters"
24/11/19 13:00 from On The Media
As part of a month-long campaign called the Purple Project for Democracy , (a strictly non-partisan, apolitical effort that a number of other large news organizations have also contributed to) we are featuring a series of conversations a...

» PURPLE EPISODE 1: “Is Democracy up for grabs?”
23/11/19 13:00 from On The Media
As part of a month-long campaign called the Purple Project for Democracy , (a strictly non-partisan, apolitical effort that a number of other large news organizations have also contributed to) we are featuring a series of conversations a...

» Zimbabwe's excuses run dry
23/11/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
It’s now two years since Robert Mugabe was pushed out of office by the military and replaced by Emerson Mnangagwa. For many Zimbabweans economic conditions- already dire - have actually got worse. Now to add to their misery, there are wa...

» The Disagreement Is The Point
22/11/19 13:00 from On The Media
In hearings this week, House Democrats sought to highlight an emerging set of facts concerning the President’s conduct. On this week’s On the Media, a look at why muddying the waters remains a viable strategy for Trump’s defenders. Plus,...

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