» UN outlines policy on detained IS fighters
24/06/19 20:21 from Global News
Human rights chief says IS captives in Iraq and Syria must be tried or freed. Also: the medical glove that could speed up diagnosis, Mars methane spike and the women returning to their Boko Haram kidnappers.

» Ebola kills more than 1500 in the DRC
24/06/19 18:28 from Newshour
Health officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo say more than one-thousand-five-hundred people have died since the outbreak of the Ebola disease ten months ago. Efforts to contain Ebola have been hampered by conflict and community d...

» A Former Jehovah's Witness Reflects On Leaving Her Faith
24/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Amber Scorah was a third generation Jehovah's Witness raised to believe that the Armageddon was imminent. As a teenager she was shunned from her religious community for having sex with her boyfriend. Scorah went on to marry an elder in t...

» U.S. Imposes New Sanctions on Iran; Supreme Court Winds Down Term
24/06/19 17:10 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 24th: The U.S. moves to limit Iran's access to financial instruments. Plus, the Supreme Court issues a ruling on "immoral and scandalous" trademarks, and agrees to take up a case involving the Affordable Care Act du...

» Rising U.S.-Iran Tensions Influence Iranian Domestic Policy; Trump Delays Immigration Crackdown; Food Mondays: Food Mondays: Chicago's Kyrgyz Community
24/06/19 13:24 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Tensions with Iran continueImmigration crackdown rolled backFood Mondays [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Cameroon chaos, England's under-21 exit and Buffon to Leeds? – Football Weekly
24/06/19 11:14 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Max Rushden , Barry Glendenning , Jonathan Wilson and Tim Stillman discuss England’s win over a fuming Cameroon side, the Under-21s’ early exit, Copa América and the Africa Cup of Nations Join the conversation on Facebook , Twitter and e...

» Erdogan's party suffers blow after Istanbul re-run poll defeat
24/06/19 11:13 from Newshour
Turkey's opposition is celebrating after winning a re-run of the election for post of the Mayor of Istanbul. The Republican People's Party increased its initial slim margin to ten percent. Also in the programme: The US secretary of state...

» The US and Russia on opposites sides over sanctions on Iran
24/06/19 10:54 from Global News
US Secretary of State in Saudi Arabia as Washington tightens sanctions on Iran; Second time unlucky for Turkey's governing party as they lose a rerun vote in Istanbul; and....the unexpected furry visitor to a family home in Montana that ...

» U.S. Considers Barring 5G Equipment From China
24/06/19 07:03 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M Edition for June 24th: The Trump administration is considering whether to require 5G equipment intended for domestic use in the U.S. to be designed and manufactured outside China. The Wall Street Journal's Stu Woo has more. Learn mor...

» "Smart City of Surveillance": Chips with Everything
24/06/19 02:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Leyland Cecco and Lilian Edwards join Jordan Erica Webber to talk about the latest delays in plans to build a smart neighbourhood in Toronto. Continue reading...

» What has changed since the Stonewall rebellion? – podcast
23/06/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
The Stonewall rebellion in 1969 started a revolution in LGBT rights in the US. Ed Pilkington revisits the story 50 years on with those who were there. Plus: Lucy Seigle on the rise of fast fashion On the evening of 27 June 1969, gay men ...

» Turkey’s governing party loses Istanbul election
23/06/19 20:24 from Global News
Turkey's governing party has lost control of Istanbul after a re-run of the city's mayoral election. Also: Huge protests in Prague demanding the resignation of Czech PM Andrej Babis, and the head of the Ethiopian military has been shot d...

» Turkey's ruling party loses Istanbul election
23/06/19 18:10 from Newshour
A re-run of the election for mayor of the Turkish city of Istanbul has led to defeat of President Erdogan's candidate for a second time. Also in the programme: Broadcasting under bombardment - the Syrian radio station awarded for its bra...

» Ethiopian PM announces coup attempt
23/06/19 10:27 from Newshour
The Ethiopian government says the national army's chief of staff, Seare Mekonnen, has been shot dead - together with another officer - at his residence in the capital Addis Ababa. Their deaths come hours after the assassination of the go...

» From Our Home Correspondent 23/06/2019
23/06/19 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 that reflect the range of contemporary life in the country. Alison Holt considers with a Somerset f...

» US to hit Iran with 'major' sanctions
22/06/19 20:47 from Global News
President Trump says the additional measures are intended to stop Iran obtaining a nuclear bomb. Also: the German chancellor Angela Merkel says far-right extremism must be tackled, and listening to the combined sounds of Mongolian throat...

» Germany: Merkel says far-right extremism must be tackled
22/06/19 18:30 from Newshour
The German chancellor Angela Merkel has said that neo-Nazis prepared to use violence must be fought from the start without any taboo. She told an annual Protestant church gathering that the state had to pursue the fight at all levels. Al...

» More airlines to avoid the Gulf
22/06/19 10:36 from Newshour
More international airlines have stopped flying over airspace controlled by Iran, following the shooting down of a US surveillance drone earlier this week. We hear a British military view and also about life inside Iran under sanctions. ...

» Mohammed Morsi dies
22/06/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
The death of Mohammed Morsi throws into sharp relief the challenges facing modern day Egypt, and the bigger struggle to embrace democracy. Kevin Connolly reflects back on the defining moments of his presidency. Colin Freeman visits a tow...

» Best Of: Ava DuVernay / Bill Hader
21/06/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Filmmaker Ava DuVernay's Netflix series 'When They See Us' tells the story of how five black and brown boys, known as the Central Park Five, were manipulated into confessing to a brutal rape they did not commit. DuVernay focuses on the b...

» Democrats wary of Trump's 'erratic' approach to Iran
21/06/19 20:51 from Global News
The chair of the House Armed Services Committee, Adam Smith, has warned it was "not smart" of president Trump to make the details of a planned attack on Iran public. Also: Russia suspends flights to Georgia amid unrest, and Pink Floyd gu...

» Trump Backs Off Ordered Attack on Iran; Milos Stehlik and Jonathan Rosenbaum on Film Criticism; Weekend Passport: Artistic and Musical Tributes to Juneteenth
21/06/19 20:19 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:On Thursday night, the United States pulled back from the brink of war with Iran, according to a report by The New York... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» England's Headingley horror show and perils of leaving early – The Spin Podcast
21/06/19 19:15 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Simon Burnton and comedian Charlie Baker join Emma John to discuss England’s shock loss to Sri Lanka. Plus: arousing cricket books, Gary Pratt’s shirt and aluminium bats. And, why you should never leave a game before it’s finished. Conti...

» Donald Trump halts strike on Iran
21/06/19 18:56 from Newshour
US President Donald Trump has halted a retaliatory airstrike on Iran with only ten minutes to spare, he claims – the President Tweeted missiles were ‘cocked and loaded’ but stood down after he deemed the potential 150 Iranian to be dispr...

» Trump Halts Retaliatory Strike on Iran
21/06/19 17:50 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 21st: President Trump says he called off a retaliatory strike on Iran, ten minutes before it was set to happen. The Wall Street Journal's Michael Gordon has the latest details from Washington. Plus, WSJ's Jess Bravi...

» John Prine
21/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The singer, songwriter and guitarist was recently inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Prine spoke with Terry Gross in 2018 when his album 'The Tree of Forgiveness' was released. He described how his voice changed after neck cance...

» A Participant In South Korea’s 1980 Gwangju Uprising Tells Her Story; EPA Rolls Back Obama-Era Coal Emissions Restrictions
21/06/19 16:20 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Myung-Sook Cha, at 19, joined the May 1980 GwangJu Democratization Movement in South Korea. She was imprisoned for two... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» The Scarlet E, Part III: Tenants and Landlords
21/06/19 13:00 from On The Media
This is episode three in our series, “The Scarlet E: Unmasking America’s Eviction Crisis.” It’s the dollars-and-cents episode, in which we account for what we know and don’t know about those who own and those who rent. We digest some new...

» US-Iran: President Trump says military was 'cocked and loaded'
21/06/19 11:21 from Global News
Tehran says the unmanned US aircraft entered Iranian airspace early on Thursday morning, but the US maintains it was shot down in international airspace. Also: The speaker of the Georgian parliament resigns after violent protests about a...

» Trump 'approved Iran strikes but pulled back'
21/06/19 11:21 from Newshour
US media reports claim retaliatory military strikes against Iran were planned, but later shelved. It comes after Tehran shot down an American spy drone. Also in the programme: James Menendez reports from Venezuela as the country's econom...

» 'I wouldn't be the refugee, I'd be the girl who kicked ass': how taekwondo made me – podcast
21/06/19 08:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
When she arrived in the US as a 10-year-old refugee, Dina Nayeri found it hard to fit in. But that all changed when she hatched a plan to get into Harvard – by becoming a taekwondo champion • Read the text version here Continue reading...

» Comedian Arturo Castro Finds Humor In This Political Moment
21/06/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Arturo Castro is a Guatemalan actor and writer best known for playing "Jaime" on Comedy Central's "Broad City" and cartel leader David Rodriguez on Netflix's "Narcos." Now, after a decade in the business, Castro is taking the lead and st...

» Gun Manufacturers Find Ways To Bypass Assault Rifle Bans
21/06/19 06:57 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M Edition for June 21st: Gun Manufacturers in states like California are skirting assault rifle bans by creating modified models of outlawed weapons. The Wall Street Journal's Zusha Elinson has more. Learn more about your ad choices. V...

» 150 years of the periodic table – Science Weekly podcast
21/06/19 02:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Nicola Davis invites Prof Brigitte Van Tiggelen and Dr Peter Wothers on to the podcast to look at how the periodic table took shape and asks whether it might now be in jeopardy Continue reading...

» On the frontline: why has environmental journalism become so dangerous?
20/06/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
The field of environmental journalism is now one of the most dangerous after war reporting. The investigative reporter Juliette Garside and the global environment editor, Jonathan Watts, discuss why journalists are facing rising levels o...

» Escalating tension after Iran shoots down an American drone.
20/06/19 20:04 from Global News
President Trump says it's hard to believe Iran intentionally shot down an American drone; Who will get the top EU jobs ? Berlin and Paris lock horns. and a leading Palestinian politician denounces the US for failing to be a neutral negot...

» Iran has made "a very bad mistake" says President Trump
20/06/19 18:44 from Newshour
President Trump has said he finds it hard to believe that Iran would have deliberately shot down an American surveillance drone. The Pentagon says the attack happened in international airspace, contradicting Tehran's claim that the unman...

» Iran has made 'a very bad mistake' says President Trump
20/06/19 18:44 from Newshour
President Trump has said he finds it hard to believe that Iran would have deliberately shot down an American surveillance drone. The Pentagon says the attack happened in international airspace, contradicting Tehran's claim that the unman...

» Tensions Run High, After Iran Downs U.S. Drone
20/06/19 17:50 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 20th: President Trump says Iran made a big mistake, after shooting down a U.S. military drone. The Wall Street Journal's Rory Jones reports on rising tensions. Plus, the S&P 500 closes at a new record, and the bench...

» Bill Hader On 'Barry'
20/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Hader, who became famous as a writer and performer on 'Saturday Night Live,' now stars in the HBO series 'Barry.' Hader plays a Marine who suffers from depression and PTSD ever since returning from Afghanistan. While working as a hit man...

» And then there were two - Politics Weekly podcast
20/06/19 13:15 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Heather Stewart is joined by Anushka Asthana, Ryan Shorthouse and Anand Menon to discuss the latest in the Tory leadership contest, maternity rights for MPs and Labour’s Brexit position Despite making contradictory promises to opposing w...

» Scotland collapse, England move on and Totti hits out – Football Weekly Extra
20/06/19 12:43 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Max Rushden , Barry Glendenning , Paolo Bandini and Flo Lloyd-Hughes discuss the latest Women’s World Cup drama, VAR’s increasing prominence, Copa América and a Totti meltdown Join the conversation on Facebook , Twitter and email . We lo...

» US confirms drone was shot down by Iranian missile
20/06/19 12:12 from Global News
The US military insist the drone was over international waters but Iran says the aircraft had violated Iranian airspace. Also: China's Xi visits North Korea to boost ties with Kim, and the sounds of the eastern North Pacific right whale.

» Xi Jinping visits N Korea to boost China's ties with Kim
20/06/19 11:33 from Newshour
The Chinese President, Xi Jinping, has received an enthusiastic welcome for his two-day visit to North Korea. Crowds lined the streets and gathered on footbridges as Mr Xi drove into Pyongyang; he travelled part of the way in an open-top...

» Slum landlords in Marseille
20/06/19 07:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
An accident in the historic centre of Marseille in the south of France has sent shock waves through the city. Two apartment blocks collapsed late last year with the loss of eight lives. Lucy Ash asks who is to blame - slum landlords, cor...

» Slack To Make Public Market Debut
20/06/19 06:57 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for June 20th: Workplace messaging company Slack is set to make its trading debut via a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange today. The Wall Street Journal's Maureen Farrell has more. Learn more about your ad choice...

» Why are the best footballers in the world suing their bosses? – podcast
19/06/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
The Women’s World Cup is nearing the knockout stages, with the tournament favourites, the US, in blistering form. But back home, the players are taking on their governing body in a gender equality lawsuit that could have huge implication...

» Russia condemns Dutch decision in MH17 case
19/06/19 20:08 from Global News
Moscow calls case against 3 Russians and 1 Ukranian groundless, also: the rapidly melting Himalayan glaciers and the rusty revolver that made a big impression on the art world.

» Hong Kong Announces Indefinite Delay To Proposed Extradition Bill; This Juneteenth, Where Does Slavery Still Exist Today?; FestivALT Looks At Jewish Culture In Contemporary Poland
19/06/19 19:24 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced yesterday that a controversial extradition bill would be indefinitely... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» MH17: four suspects charged
19/06/19 18:12 from Newshour
International investigators charge three Russians and a Ukrainian with murder over the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, the first people to face justice over the tragedy five years ago in which 298 people were killed. Also...

» Fed Holds Rates Steady Following June Meeting
19/06/19 17:43 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 19th: The Fed held rates steady on Wednesday. But WSJ's Kate Davidson says there are hints a rate cut could come in the months ahead. Plus, Jared Malsin reports on the findings of a U.N. investigation into the murde...

» Ava DuVernay On 'When They See Us'
19/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
DuVernay's Netflix series tells the story of how five black and brown boys, known as the Central Park Five, were manipulated into confessing to a brutal rape they did not commit. 'When They See Us' focuses on the boys' perspective — and ...

» Flight MH17: Four charged with shooting down airliner over Ukraine in 2014
19/06/19 12:15 from Global News
Charges announced over destruction of Malaysian airliner in which 298 people died. The Dutch-led joint investigation team has named three Russians and a Ukrainian as suspects. Also, a UN report says Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman...

» City Of Oil
19/06/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Los Angeles, you might be surprised to learn, sits on top of the largest urban oil field in the country and has been the site of oil extraction for almost 150 years. Today, nearly 5,000 oil wells remain active in Los Angeles County alone...

» Acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan Steps Down
19/06/19 06:59 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for June 19th: Acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan decides not to pursue Senate confirmation as the permanent Pentagon chief. The Wall Street Journal's Gordon Lubold has more from Washington. Learn more about your ad choic...

» A century of sixes and Eoin Morgan for prime minister – The Spin podcast
18/06/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Adam Collins , Andy Parsons and Tez Ilyas join Emma John to discuss Eoin Morgan’s record-breaking innings against Afghanistan. Plus: which supposedly star-players are underperforming in the first half of this World Cup? And which member ...

» What oil companies knew: the great climate cover-up - podcast
18/06/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Oil firms are said to have known for decades of the link between burning fossil fuels and climate breakdown. Author Bill McKibben describes how industry lobbying created a 30-year barrier to tackling the crisis. Plus: John Stewart on his...

» Contenders to become British PM clash on TV
18/06/19 21:09 from Global News
The five candidates to replace Theresa May disagreed on whether a Brexit deal could be negotiated before the 31 October deadline. Also: the artists backing the resistance in Sudan, and a starving polar bear strays hundreds of kilometres ...

» Morsi Dies In Government Custody; Chicago Loses Old Growth Trees; Green City Market Celebrates 20 Years; Chicago-Area Awards Recognize Urban Gardeners
18/06/19 20:15 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Former Egyptian president deadTrees in ChicagoA local farmers marketGardening awards [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Leading candidates debate in race to be UK leader
18/06/19 18:29 from Newshour
Five Conservative Party leadership candidates take part in a debate ahead of the next round of voting in the race to be the next UK prime minister. This takes place as the UK prepares to leave the European Union. Also in the programme: U...

» Uncovering The Story Of Major Taylor, America's First Black Sports Hero
18/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
At the height of the Jim Crow era, Taylor broke barriers by becoming the country's fastest and most famous cyclist. Author and 'Washington Post' journalist Michael Kranish tells his story in the new book, 'The World's Fastest Man.' "He r...

» Trump, Xi Set to Meet at G-20 Summit
18/06/19 17:06 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 18th: President Trump announced Tuesday that he and Chinese President Xi Jinping would have an "extended meeting" at the G-20 summit in Japan later this month. The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun has more details...

» Can the next prime minister deliver Brexit? – Brexit Means podcast
18/06/19 15:08 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
As the Tory party elects the next prime minister, does Theresa May’s successor stand any chance of being able to exit the EU? The race to be Theresa May’s successor is well under way, with Boris Johnson looking like it’s his to lose and ...

» How to Influence US Iran Policy ... Without Actually Existing
18/06/19 13:00 from On The Media
Heshmat Alavi , an Iranian commentator, has been portrayed as a courageous dissident with a broad constituency and rare insight into the inner workings of the Iranian theocracy. His columns have been printed in Forbes, The Diplomat, The ...

» Gulf crisis: US sends more troops as tension rises with Iran
18/06/19 12:03 from Global News
China urges US and China not to escalate tensions as Gulf crisis continues. Washington is deploying another 1000 troops to region following what it calls 'hostile behaviour' by Iran. Also, Michel Platini questioned by French police over ...

» Hong Kong protests: Carrie Lam sorry for extradition controversy
18/06/19 11:31 from Newshour
Hong Kong's embattled leader, Carrie Lam, says her administration probably won't move to enact a deeply controversial extradition bill during the current parliamentary term. Also in the programme: Facebook has announced plans to launch a...

» Fed Begins Two-Day Policy Meeting; Could a Rate Cut Be Next?
18/06/19 06:30 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for June 18th: Observers are wondering if a rate cut could be on the horizon, as the Federal Reserve kicks off its June meeting. The Wall Street Journal's Nick Timiraos has more. Plus, WSJ's Sam Schechner has a look at how E...

» What is it like being a refugee? with Pajtim Statovci and Dina Nayeri – books podcast
18/06/19 06:28 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
With this week’s show coinciding with Refugee Week , Richard sits down with two authors who were refugees as children: Dina Nayeri, who was eight when her family fled Iran and settled in Oklahoma, and Patjim Statovci, whose family left K...

» The rehabilitation of Tony Blair?
17/06/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Tony Blair’s legacy since leaving office has been the subject of heated debate both within the Labour party and the country at large. As Paul Lewis reports, his re-entry into the national debate on Brexit comes at a time of a crisis of t...

» The rehabilitation of Tony Blair? - podcast
17/06/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Tony Blair’s legacy since leaving office has been the subject of heated debate both within the Labour party and the country at large. As Paul Lewis reports, his re-entry into the national debate on Brexit comes at a time of a crisis of t...

» Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi dies in Cairo
17/06/19 20:05 from Global News
The former President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, dies after fainting in a Cairo courtroom, The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, will make a rare state visit to North Korea on Thursday, One woman's campaign to save the Hammerhead shark - a del...

» Oil Tankers Attacked, Iran Blamed; Growing Up In Post-Revolutionary Iran; Food Mondays: Pretty Cool Ice Cream
17/06/19 18:00 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Tensions with Iran escalateAn archival interview from 2014Ice cream for a cause [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Rethinking 'Elderhood'
17/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Geriatrician Dr. Louise Aronson treats patients who are in their 60s — as well as those who are older than 100. "I need to be a different sort of doctor for people at different ages and phases of old age," she says. Aronson writes about ...

» Iran Threatens to Exceed Limits Set by 2015 Nuclear Deal
17/06/19 17:10 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 17th: Iran has threatened to breach the limits set on its enriched-uranium stockpiles. The Wall Street Journal's Warren Strobel explains. Plus, as public hearings begin on U.S. plans to impose new tariffs on China, ...

» Women's World Cup, Copa América and a supermarket treat – Football Weekly
17/06/19 12:50 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Max Rushden , Marcus Christenson , Lars Sivertsen and Tim Stillman discuss Australia’s comeback against Brazil, England’s huffing and puffing, Scotland’s flattering scorelines and reviews of a supermarket in Colindale Join the conversati...

» Vatican to consider ordaining married men as priests in Amazon region
17/06/19 11:45 from Global News
Pope says church to discuss idea of married priests in area with shortage of clergy. If approved by bishops, this would be a break with a Roman Catholic tradition dating back many centuries. Also, Iran announces it will breach the intern...

» The price of plenty: how beef changed America – podcast
17/06/19 08:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Exploitation and predatory pricing drove the transformation of the US beef industry – and created the model for modern agribusiness • Read the text version here Continue reading...

» Car Companies Step Up Efforts to Curb Distracted Driving
17/06/19 06:50 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for June 17th: Car manufacturers are looking to deploy technology to tackle the problem of distracted driving. The Wall Street Journal's Adrienne Roberts has more from Detroit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megapho...

» Gotta catch 'em all … in your sleep: Chips with Everything podcast
17/06/19 02:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
The Pokémon Company has announced the 2020 launch of Pokémon Sleep, a mobile game that will reward users based on how well they slumber. Jordan Erica Webber looks at why sleep experts are worried about the idea. She is joined by Dale Ber...

» From bootcamp to burnout: how to make it as a YouTuber – podcast
16/06/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Young stars on the Google-owned site can become multi-millionaires almost overnight but controversy has stalked every stage of YouTube’s growth. Plus: Amelia Abraham on rising LGBT hate crimes The phenomenal success of Google’s video-sha...

» Ousted Sudanese president charged with corruption
16/06/19 20:27 from Global News
Sudan's former-President Omar al-Bashir has appeared in public for the first time since he was overthrown in a coup in April. He has been charged with corruption and illegally possessing foreign currency. Also: protesters in Hong Kong re...

» Hong Kong suspends extradition bill
15/06/19 20:29 from Global News
Protest leaders say that's not enough and will press ahead with a rally on Sunday. Also, Notre Dame Cathedral holds its first mass since the fire, and Italian film director Franco Zeffirelli dies at 96.

» Ebola spreads to Uganda
15/06/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
Ebola has spread from the Democratic Republic of Congo to Uganda as the authorities struggle to control it. Olivia Acland visits an Ebola zone in the DRC. Russian journalist, Ivan Golunov, this week was let off drug dealing charges after...

» England win again, rain delays and autocorrect v cricket – The Spin podcast
14/06/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Geoff Lemon , Ian Moore and Kamila Shamsie join Emma John to discuss England’s victory over West Indies. Plus: is there a better way of deciding the outcome of matches abandoned due to rain? Who are the early contenders for player of the...

» Best Of: How Ordinary People Got Us To The Moon / Actor Damian Lewis
14/06/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
This summer marks 50 years since the first Apollo moon landing. Journalist Charles Fishman's new book 'One Giant Leap' focuses on the untold stories of the ordinary men and women who worked behind-the-scenes on the Apollo missions. "Apol...

» Trump dismisses Iran tanker attack denials
14/06/19 20:26 from Global News
The president cites footage the US says shows Iranian forces taking a mine off one of the ships. Also: World Health Organization says the deadly Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is 'not a global threat', and Leonard Coh...

» Chicago’s Only Meadery Brings Drinks, Community To South Side; Chicago’s LED Streetlights Prove Controversial; Exploring The 1919 Black Sox Scandal Through Art; Biking Trail on the South Side Brings Communities Together
14/06/19 19:03 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Making mead in ChicagoLight pollutionThe 1919 Black Sox ScandalA Chicago bike trail with history [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» 'I Wrote This Book Because I Love You'
14/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Writer and cartoonist Tim Kreider admits unabashedly that the longest relationship of his adult life was with the stray cat that became his companion for 19 years. His collection of personal essays details his many unconventional relatio...

» Retail Sales Notch Higher for Third Straight Month
14/06/19 17:12 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 16th: Retail sales rose for a third straight month in May, showing consumers are willing to spend even amid trade tensions. The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Chaney has more details. Plus, Julian Assange faces a Briti...

» 40 Acres
14/06/19 13:00 from On The Media
President Trump claims to have struck a deal with Mexico to settle a dispute of his own making. On this week’s On the Media, a look at the lives of the people who stand to suffer most. Plus, how the path to America’s eviction crisis begi...

» Trump accuses Iran of most recent attacks on oil tankers
14/06/19 11:10 from Global News
It shows Iranian forces in a small boat taking an unexploded, magnetic mine off the hull of one of the ships after the attacks. The Iranians deny any involvement in the attacks. Doctors across India have stopped work to demand better pro...

» A Conversation With Cory Booker
14/06/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Latino USA continues its coverage of the field of candidates for the 2020 Democratic nomination with a conversation with Senator Cory Booker. Booker has come a long way since 1995 when, while attending law school at Yale, he moved into a...

» Tensions Flare Between the U.S. and Iran After Oil Tanker Attacks
14/06/19 07:08 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for June 14th: The U.S. blamed Iran for attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday, saying the assaults were the latest in a series of hostile actions meant to disrupt the flow of oil. From London, the Wall Stree...

» #153 - Is Social Media Good for Democracy?
14/06/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
A decade ago, Facebook and Twitter promised a digital revolution that would bolster democratic values and empower users around the world. Did that work out? In this episode, we take a look back at one of our most important debates to dat...

» US blames Iran for attacks on oil tankers
13/06/19 20:28 from Global News
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States had made its assessment based on intelligence about the type of weapons used in the attacks in the Gulf of Oman. Also: Uganda has sent the family of two people who died of Ebola ba...

» How Hackers Pose A Threat To Cities & Elections
13/06/19 18:38 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'New York Times' cybersecurity correspondent Nicole Perlroth says hacking tools developed by the NSA were stolen, posted online and are now being used in cyberattacks, including one on the city of Baltimore. Also, film critic Justin Chan...

» WSJ Survey: Top Economists Expect Rate Cut Soon
13/06/19 18:20 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 13: A new Wall Street Journal survey finds most economists expect the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates, if not at this month's policy meeting, then in July or September. WSJ's Kate Davidson has more. And the Jo...

» Author Explores African American Faith Stories
13/06/19 13:02 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Author Randal Jelks on his book "Faith and Struggle in the Lives of Four African Americans" [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Crews rescued after Gulf of Oman tanker blasts
13/06/19 11:21 from Global News
The cause of the blasts in one of the world's busiest oil routes is unclear and both vessels are still afloat. It comes a month after four oil tankers were attacked off the UAE. In Uganda health authorities are on heightened alert after ...

» Protests on the streets of Hong Kong
13/06/19 07:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
This week has seen the biggest protests on the streets of Hong Kong since Britain handed the former colony back to China in 1997. Demonstrators are angry at a proposed new law which would allow extradition to mainland China for trial. As...

» Facebook Uncovers Potentially Problematic Zuckerberg Emails
13/06/19 06:57 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for June 13th: Facebook uncovers emails that appear to connect CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other senior executives to questionable privacy practices. The Wall Street Journal's John McKinnon has more. Learn more about your ad cho...

» Hong Kong leader criticises 'organised riots'
12/06/19 20:49 from Global News
Carrie Lam is backing a controversial bill which has provoked a wave of protest in Hong Kong. Also: US to send 1,000 troops to Poland, and the cyclist Chris Froome is out of the Tour de France after fracturing his femur in a high-speed c...

» How Ordinary People Got Us To The Moon
12/06/19 18:27 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
This summer marks 50 years since the first Apollo moon landing. Journalist Charles Fishman's new book 'One Giant Leap' focuses on the untold stories of the ordinary men and women who worked behind-the-scenes on the Apollo missions. "Apol...

» Lego Is Having Trouble Finding Bioplastic For Its Blocks
12/06/19 18:06 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 12: Toymaker Lego has been trying to come up with an environmentally-friendly way to make plastic for its blocks. But, as the Wall Street Journal's Saabira Chaudhuri says, the effort to switch to a plant-based plast...

» Social Media Fuels Inhumane Encounters With Exotic Animals; ‘La Havana Madrid’ Documents Lakeview’s Latinx Roots; Global Notes: Bassel & The Supernaturals
12/06/19 13:17 from Worldview Podcast
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» What "Running From Cops" Learned From "Cops"
12/06/19 13:00 from On The Media
The first episode of the TV show "Cops " aired thirty years ago, and in the ensuing decades it's become influential enough to mold the attitudes of new aspiring police officers. But if the show holds up a mirror to law enforcement in thi...

» Hong Kong: police fire rubber bullets and tear gas at demonstrators
12/06/19 12:35 from Global News
The protesters are angry at a law that would allow extradition to mainland China. Also: President Trump and former vice-president Joe Biden trade insults at separate rallies in Iowa, and can fish feel emotion?

» As Hong Kong Protests Swell, Police Fire Tear Gas
12/06/19 07:01 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for June 12th: Police fired tear gas and used rubber bullets on protesters in Hong Kong, in an attempt to drive away thousands of demonstrators who had blocked roads and forced the closure of the city's legislature before la...

» Accused Russian reporter is freed after outcry
11/06/19 20:37 from Global News
Drug charges against the investigative journalist Ivan Golunov are dropped after newspapers unite in defence. Also: Sudan talks 'to resume soon' as strikes halted, and Queen Elizabeth's former Malta home Villa Guardamangia is up for sale.

» Inside Kim Jong Un's North Korea
11/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'Washington Post' journalist Anna Fifield visited North Korea and interviewed many of its citizens — including members of Kim Jong Un's family — for her new book about the country and its leader. Her book is 'The Great Successor.' Also, ...

» More Consolidation in the Defense Industry, as Pentagon Spending Slows
11/06/19 17:26 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for June 11th: The United Technologies-Raytheon merger is the latest in a series of mergers in the defense industry. The Wall Street Journal's Ben Kesling has more details. Plus, WSJ's Ken Thomas reports on President Trump a...

» Estimated One Million Hong Kongers Protest Against Proposed Extradition Bill; Civil Disobedience And Identity In Hong Kong Amidst Protests; Europe’s First Mixed-Race Mayor On Politics, Journalism and Brexit
11/06/19 15:13 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Protests in Hong KongEurope's first mixed-race mayor [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Botswana decriminalises homosexuality in landmark ruling
11/06/19 12:13 from Global News
Botswana's High Court rejects laws that impose jail-sentences for same-sex relationships. Activists welcome the decision as a significant step forward for gay rights on the African continent. Also, controversial Pakistani politician Alta...

» Laura's Mission
11/06/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
27-year-old Laura Molinar was in medical school in Chicago, when she was flooded with news about the family separation crisis. Born and raised in San Antonio, Molinar felt moved to action—so she started Sueños Sin Fronteras, an organizat...

» Fed Considers Rate Cut as Political Pressure Mounts
11/06/19 06:44 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for June 11th: Ahead of its June meeting, the Federal Reserve faces a decision on interest rates amid increased public pressure from President Trump. The Wall Street Journal's Nick Timiraos has more. Learn more about your ad...

» Mali Massacre: Officials say about one hundred people killed
10/06/19 20:25 from Global News
Local officials blame Fulani herdsmen for the attack on the Sobame Da village, inhabited by three hundred people from the Dogon ethnic group. Also: Ten British MPs have put their names forward to succeed Theresa May as party leader and P...

» TV Dramas Censored In Egypt; Expert Argues For Democratizing Artificial Intelligence; Food Mondays: Real Men Cook
10/06/19 18:56 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Censorship in EgyptThe ethics of artificial intelligenceFood Mondays [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Actor Damian Lewis
10/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The classically-trained British actor plays a ruthless hedge-fund manager on Showtime's 'Billions,' which recently ended its fourth season. Lewis describes his character as "the embodiment of the American dream." He also starred in the s...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - June 10, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» India: Three men given life sentences for rape and murder of Muslim girl
10/06/19 12:07 from Global News
Three men jailed for life for a brutal killing that shocked India and the wider world. And three police officers jailed for five years for destroying evidence. Also, three leading Russian newspapers show support for reporter charged with...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - June 09, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Hong Kong protesters demonstrate against extradition bill
09/06/19 20:56 from Global News
Hundreds of thousands of people marched in Hong Kong against the proposals. Police in Kazakhstan make arrests during a much criticised vote to elect the country's first new president in 30 years. Also, Sudanese security forces fire tear ...

» Russian journalist under house arrest after controversial drug charges
08/06/19 20:22 from Global News
Ivan Golunov's supporters say he was framed by the state as punishment for investigating political and financial corruption. Also: Sudan's opposition call for a campaign of civil disobedience after three of their leaders were arrested. A...

» US Mexico relations
08/06/19 07:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
Mexico takes a tougher approach to migrants as it comes under pressure from the US. Will Grant returns to Chiapas in Southern Mexico, where he travelled with the migrant caravan last year, and finds it a very different place. Sudan has b...

» Best Of: Christina Applegate / The Future Of Food
07/06/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Christina Applegate stars in the Netflix series 'Dead to Me,' opposite Linda Cardellini, as a woman grieving the sudden death of her husband. She speaks with Terry Gross about her own experience with grief and loss, her double mastectomy...

» Women's Football World Cup starts with France victory
07/06/19 20:06 from Global News
Hosts beat South Korea 4:0 in opening match, also: NASA opens the ISS for space tourism and how water availability determines wedding preparations in India.

» Remembering Musician Dr. John
07/06/19 17:21 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
New Orleans musician Mac Rebennack, A.K.A. Dr. John, died yesterday at 77. He was known for his raspy voice and hits such as "Right Place, Wrong Time" and "Such A Night." Rebennack spoke with Terry Gross in 1986. Contributor Zahra Noorba...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - June 07, 2019
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Quick, informative, fun. VOA’s International Edition brings the world together with U.S. perspectives. Experts, analysts, social media views and newsmakers themselves help tell today’s stories everyone wants to hear. Brighten your day wi...

» Introducing: The Scarlet E
07/06/19 13:00 from On The Media
Millions of rent-burdened Americans face eviction filings and proceedings every year. On this week’s On the Media, what we think we know, and what we definitely don’t know, about America’s eviction crisis. Plus, how local journalists fai...

» Liberian capital brought to a standstill by protest against the president
07/06/19 11:31 from Global News
The former football star is accused of concentrating on acquiring personal wealth instead of focusing on the needs of impoverished people. Also: North Korea postpones an international youth football tournament - prompting speculation abo...

» Portrait Of: Sandra Cisneros LIVE in Chicago
07/06/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Sandra Cisneros doesn't need an introduction. Her coming-of-age novel, "The House on Mango Street," has sold over six million copies and has turned the Chicago native into a household name. Earlier this year, the Mexican-American author ...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - June 06, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Sudan: Further details of violence and abuse emerge days after civilians killed by security forces
06/06/19 20:24 from Global News
The African Union tries to move forward the transfer of power by suspending Sudan and threatening sanctions. Also: Hong Kong lawyers protest against a plan to extradite criminal suspects to mainland China, and researchers say your anxiet...

» Trump, M.B.Z. & The United Arab Emirates
06/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
We talk with 'NYT' international correspondent David Kirkpatrick about how Prince Mohammed bin Zayed (M.B.Z.), the ruler of the United Arab Emirates, became one of the most influential foreign voices in Washington. He's urged the U.S. to...

» How Gandhi Became an Activist; Mass Protests Erupt in Honduras Over Plans to Privatize Healthcare & Education; Anne Frank’s Story Continues To Link Past And Present
06/06/19 17:26 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Before joining the Indian independence movement, Mohandas K. Gandhi lived in South Africa, which is where he pioneered his... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» International Edition 1305 EDT - June 06, 2019
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» Sudan suspended from The African Union over violent deaths of protesters
06/06/19 11:04 from Global News
The country has been suspended with immediate effect until a civilian-led transitional authority is in place. Also: World leaders gather in Normandy, France for D-Day tributes, and the locked safe in Canada that was opened by a one in a ...

» Political turmoil in Austria
06/06/19 07:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
Austria has sworn in its first female chancellor but Brigitte Bierlein is unlikely to be there for long. She heads a caretaker government appointed because the previous Chancellor, Sebastian Kurz lost a confidence vote after his far- rig...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - June 05, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» 'Bodies pulled from Nile' after Sudan crackdown
05/06/19 20:41 from Global News
Doctors linked to the Sudanese opposition said the bodies were among scores believed killed by security forces on Monday. Also: three large meth labs dismantled in Mexico and commemorating the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

» What Does It Take To Manage A Global City?; How Must Indian Cities Adapt to Climate Change?; Athens Takes Migrant Well-Being Into Its Own Hands
05/06/19 17:57 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Former mayor of Philadelphia Michael A. Nutter joins us to talk about what leading a global city, offering comments on... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Actor Christina Applegate
05/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Applegate stars in the Netflix series 'Dead to Me,' opposite Linda Cardellini, as a woman grieving the sudden death of her husband. She speaks with Terry Gross about her own experience with grief and loss, her double mastectomy, 'Married...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - June 05, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Making America Antitrust Again
05/06/19 13:00 from On The Media
This week, the US House Antitrust subcommittee announced a probe into the mainly-unchecked power of tech giants like Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon . The investigation could include public hearings and subpoenas toward antitrust inte...

» Sudan: Head of military council offers to hold talks with opposition
05/06/19 12:05 from Global News
Sudan: Head of military council offers to hold talks with opposition. But Khartoum residents say the RSF militia - formerly known as Janjaweed - are attacking civilians. Also, commemorations are held for 75th anniversary of the historic ...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - June 04, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Trump promises a 'phenomenal' trade deal for the UK after Brexit
04/06/19 20:28 from Global News
The US president said the US and UK have the "greatest alliance the world has ever known". Also: a 17 year old girl has ended her life with euthanasia in the Netherlands, and Ethiopia anger over US gay tour plan.

» The Case Against R. Kelly
04/06/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Nearly 20 years ago, reporter and pop music critic Jim DeRogatis broke the story that R&B superstar R. Kelly was allegedly sexually abusing underage girls. It all started with an anonymous fax to his office at the 'Chicago Sun-Times.' Fo...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - June 04, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» WBEZ Enters The Ring Again for 2019’s Bike To Work Week
04/06/19 12:22 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:WBEZ looks to win its fourth consecutive crown in Chicago’s Bike To Work Challenge, and in honor, we dedicate a whole hour... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Tiananmen 30th anniversary: Thousands attend vigil in Hong Kong
04/06/19 12:03 from Global News
Hong Kong vigil commemorates 1989 crackdown on protestors in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. Hundreds of demonstrators are believed to have been killed during attack by the army. Also, thousands of protestors gather in London on second day o...

» A Conversation with Jeh Johnson
04/06/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Since the beginning of the Trump administration, the U.S.-Mexico border and immigration policy have been front and center in public conversation. However, while the increased attention may seem new, a humanitarian crisis at the border is...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - June 03, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Sudan military condemned for deadly operation
03/06/19 20:33 from Global News
Security forces attack pro-democracy protestors in Khartoum, killing many people. Also: Trump praises 'eternal friendship' of US and UK, and a family in Scotland has discovered a medieval chess piece in their drawer, missing for almost 2...

» The Future Of Food
03/06/19 17:16 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Environmental journalist Amanda Little talks about efforts to create a global food supply for a world that will be hotter, drier and more crowded. Little writes about meat cultured in a lab, 3D printed food, and indoor vertical farming i...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - June 03, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» A Doctor and a Nuclear Engineer Watch HBO’s ‘Chernobyl.’ Here’s The Lesson.; Food Mondays: Exploring Indian Cuisine with Anupy Singla
03/06/19 13:29 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:HBO miniseries 'Chernobyl' depicts one of humanity’s biggest nuclear disasters. A doctor and nuclear engineer join today's... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Sudan: Deadly clashes as soldiers disperse protestors
03/06/19 12:17 from Global News
Troops attack pro-democracy protest outside military headquarters in Khartoum. Medical sources say at least 12 people were killed and dozens of others injured. Also, President Trump begins state visit to Britain, rescuers see bodies duri...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - June 02, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Pope Francis apologises to the Roma people for Catholic discrimination
02/06/19 20:39 from Global News
Pope Francis addressed the ‘discrimination, segregation, and mistreatment’ Roma people suffered at the hands of the church. Also: The US says it will make its own assessments to ensure that Iran is never able to build a nuclear weapon an...

» Hopes for Afghan ceasefire dashed
01/06/19 20:37 from Global News
The leader of the Taliban in Afghanistan has vowed to continue fighting until foreign forces have left the country and an Islamic system is established. Also, President Trump breaks diplomatic convention by intervening in the contest to ...

» A very Brussels welcome
01/06/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
A new cohort of MEPS are given the lowdown on local apartments and Belgian tax returns. Adam Fleming visits the Brussels Welcome Village. Yvonne Murray visits Hebei province in China where Maoist era loudspeaker systems are being reconne...

» Best Of: Why College Students Are So Stressed / How Eugenics Shaped U.S. Immigration
31/05/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
As colleges and universities across the country report an explosion of mental health problems, a new book argues that college life may actually be more stressful than ever. Dr. Anthony Rostain and family therapist B. Janet Hibbs are the ...

» Most displaced since start of Syrian conflict
31/05/19 20:19 from Global News
Syrian activists say President Assad's latest offensive has led to the biggest wave of displaced people since the conflict began. Also, the Kosovan prime minister orders the expulsion of a Russian UN official accused of obstructing the p...

» A Return To 'Deadwood'
31/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The HBO series about a lawless mining town in 19th century South Dakota is now the basis of a new film. TV critic David Bianculli shares his review and then we'll listen back to interviews with actor Timothy Olyphant, who played the sher...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - May 31, 2019
31/05/19 14:05 from International Edition - Voice of America
The United States is giving Mexico 10 days to stop illegal migrants from heading north to the U.S. border or the country will be slapped with tariffs on all of its products. A car bomb targeting a U.S. convoy exploded in the Afghan capit...

» Climate Obscura
31/05/19 13:00 from On The Media
The Trump administration has ordered federal agencies to stop publishing worst-case scenario projections of climate change. This week, On the Media examines the administration’s pattern of attacks on climate science. Plus, a look at the ...

» Trump to hit Mexico with tariffs
31/05/19 11:35 from Global News
President Trump announces tariffs on imports, to make Mexico curb illegal immigration into the US. Mexico's president says taxes won't solve social problems. Also, US-led coalition against IS says it killed 1,300 civilians in Syria and I...

» A Child Lost in Translation
31/05/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Huntsville, Alabama has a small, but growing Latino population. It's where Teresa Matias, a single working immigrant mother from Guatemala, lived with five sons. In 2015, Teresa joined a local Catholic church and baptized her sons, and f...

» #126 - Should the U.S. Give Undocumented Immigrants a Path to Citizenship?
31/05/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
There are an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States today. In a divided and contentious political climate where immigration is a key issue for voters across the ideological spectrum, what should happen t...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - May 30, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Donald Trump lashes out at Robert Mueller
30/05/19 20:03 from Global News
President Trump attacks former special counsel's refusal to exonerate him, Saudi Arabia holds emergency talks about Iran - and even invites its rival Qatar. And the smallest premature baby is released from hospital

» SCOTUS And Abortion
30/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'New York Times' correspondent Adam Liptak talks about how President Trump's two appointees might change the Supreme Court — including its direction on abortion: "It's not hard to write a decision striking down Roe," he says. "It's built...

» Israel To Hold New Elections; Husband And Wife Team Honored For Environmental Work; Global Activism: Genesis At The Crossroads And Saffron Caravan
30/05/19 16:20 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Benjamin Netanyahu fails to form a governing coalitionMoving away from fossil fuelsMusic at the DuSable Museum of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» International Edition 1305 EDT - May 30, 2019
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Special counsel Robert Mueller's refusal Wednesday to clear U.S. President Donald Trump of allegations that he obstructed justice by trying to thwart the Russia investigation appeared to embolden opposition Democrats in calls for more in...

» Hungary boat disaster: Seven South Koreans die on Danube
30/05/19 11:34 from Global News
Seven South Korean tourists have died and tens are missing after a boat sank on the Danube river in Hungary's capital, Budapest. Also: Narendra Modi has been sworn-in as India's prime minister for his second term, and the lock of hair th...

» Ear cleaners and road sweepers
30/05/19 07:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
India has a huge unemployment problem. Anu Anand takes a look at some of the jobs - such as ear-cleaning, pushing buttons in lifts and road sweeping with brooms - people do to make a living. Following the EU elections which saw an increa...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - May 29, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Fresh election in Israel as coalition talks fail
29/05/19 21:03 from Global News
Lawmakers in Israel vote to dissolve parliament after prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu fails to form a coalition. Also: Mueller says charging Trump not an option, and Banksy mural in Wales moved from garage to art gallery.

» Inside 'Sara Berman's Closet'
29/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The art installation 'Sara Berman's Closet' chronicles the life of a woman who grew up in a shtetl in Belarus, fled with family to Palestine, and then eventually moved to New York City to start a new life. Berman's daughter, children's b...

» Former Defense Secretary Hagel Responds To Special Counsel Mueller's Press Conference; Human Rights Under Threat At U.S. Border; Global Notes: Gogol Bordello
29/05/19 16:16 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Chuck Hagel on the Mueller reportAnother child dies in ICE custodyGogol Bordello offers "Gypsy Punk" sounds [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» International Edition 1305 EDT - May 29, 2019
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In Washington today, special counsel Robert Mueller made his first public statement on the investigation of Russian interference in the United States' 2016 election... Tornadoes damaged homes and knocked down trees and power lines Tuesda...

» Hurricane Season is Nearly Here. Brace Yourself for the Coverage.
29/05/19 13:00 from On The Media
Tornadoes ripped across multiple states on Tuesday, killing at least one person. It was the twelfth straight day of tornado activity in the U.S. — a new record, according to the National Weather Service. But as the New York Times reporte...

» Nigeria's President Buhari sworn in for second term
29/05/19 11:18 from Global News
President Buhari promised to continue his anti-corruption campaign during his 2nd term. His to-do list also includes reviving a weak economy and tackling insecurity. Also, Boris Johnson to appear in court over Brexit misconduct claims an...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - May 28, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Johnson & Johnson in billion-dollar opioid trial
28/05/19 20:54 from Global News
Johnson & Johnson, one of the world's largest drug manufacturers, has gone on trial in a multi-billion dollar lawsuit brought by the US state of Oklahoma. Also: 'unfolding humanitarian disaster' in north-west Syria and Canada fines man a...

» The Mental Health 'Epidemic' On College Campuses
28/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
As colleges and universities across the country report an explosion of mental health problems, a new book argues that college life may actually be more stressful than ever. Dr. Anthony Rostain, co-author of 'The Stressed Years of Their L...

» Establishment Parties Face Losses In European Union Parliamentary Elections; Syrians In Idlib Face Humanitarian Crisis; New Report Reveals Middle Eastern Attitudes Toward Media Use
28/05/19 17:08 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Recapping the European parliamentary electionsHumanitarian updates from SyriaA new study from Northwestern University... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» International Edition 1305 EDT - May 28, 2019
28/05/19 14:05 from International Edition - Voice of America
According to a new United Nations report, North Koreans eking out a living in the country's thriving, informal private markets are regularly subjected to corruption and various forms of human rights abuses. Attacks on schools in Afghanis...

» Sinai: Report accuses Egyptian forces and Islamists of 'war crimes'
28/05/19 12:18 from Global News
Human rights campaigners say both sides may have committed crimes against humanity. Human Rights Watch accuses the Egyptian government and radical Islamists of wide range of abuses as they fight for control of Sinai. Also, how North Kore...

» Portrait Of: Elizabeth Acevedo
28/05/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Elizabeth Acevedo is a Dominican-American poet and award-winning author. Her debut young adult novel "The Poet X" made the New York Times bestseller list in 2018. This May, Acevedo released her second novel "With The Fire On High," which...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - May 27, 2019
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International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends.

» Austrian leader ousted after secret video row
27/05/19 20:34 from Global News
Opposition parties in Austria backed the vote after the collapse of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz's coalition. Also: Myanmar soldiers accused of a massacre 'released early' and a rare archive film of Queen Victoria has been rediscovered.

» Sir Elton John
27/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The new biographical musical film 'Rocketman' is based on Elton John's life story. He spoke with Terry Gross in 2013 about what he calls "Elton John excess," his fear of sex as a young man, and how Liberace's example encouraged him to ma...

» European Elections: What are implications after traditional power-blocs lose support ?
27/05/19 11:42 from Global News
Centrist blocs in European Parliament have now lost their combined majority. There've been big gains in several countries by liberals, the Greens and nationalists. Also, President Trump backs possible face-to-face meeting between leaders...

» Centrist parties lose seats in European elections
26/05/19 20:30 from Global News
Europe's major centre-left and centre-right parties set to lose dozens of seats and their combined majority, green parties and some far-right parties did well. This year saw the highest turnout in 20 years. Also: three French citizens se...

» Subterfuge
25/05/19 07:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
Anonymous contacts. Secret meetings. Men in raincoats. Gabriel Gatehouse reveals what it can take to bring a story on collusion to light. In Bulgaria, Colin Freeman assesses the economic importance of the Kalashnikov AK47 assault rifle. ...

» Best Of: John Waters / Lizzo
24/05/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
John Waters has made a career out of rebelling against the norm. The 'Pink Flamingos' and 'Hairspray' director returns to 'Fresh Air' to talk about what he was like as a kid, and how he still finds ways to break the rules as a self-descr...

» British Prime Minister Theresa May Announces Her Resignation; Local Iftar Provides Backdrop For Interfaith Dialogue; Film Critic Jonathan Rosenbaum on The History of American Independent Cinema; Weekend Passport: Documenting a Warzone in Eastern Ukraine
24/05/19 20:38 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:British Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation earlier today. Worldview sat in on a conversation at the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Michael Pollan On the 'New Science' Of Psychedelics
24/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Pollan discusses the history of psychedelic drugs, including LSD and magic mushrooms, and explains how they're currently being used experimentally in therapeutic settings to treat depression, addiction, and fear of death. The author expe...

» On Matters of War
24/05/19 13:00 from On The Media
Controversy erupted over news that President Trump may grant more pardons for alleged war criminal Edward Gallagher and others. This week, On the Media looks at Fox News’s influence on the president’s decision. And, how the Navy may be s...

» It's My Podcast and I'll Cry If I Want To
24/05/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Five years ago, Latino USA producer Antonia Cereijido was only an intern and still in college when she did what a lot of people do when they're not sure what their life will look like after graduation: she cried in the bathroom. After wi...

» Early Results From India's Election Show Increased Majority For BJP; Australia's Liberal Party Returns To Power In Election Upset; Taiwan Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage
23/05/19 19:30 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Early results from India’s 2019 general election put the Bharatiya Janata Party on track to win 300 out of the 543 seats in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» What Can We Expect From Chicago's New Mayor?
23/05/19 19:26 from Worldview Podcast
Lori Lightfoot was sworn in as Chicago's first female African-American mayor earlier today. Following 22 years of administration by Richard... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Lizzo
23/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The flute-playing pop star celebrates self-love on her latest album, 'Cuz I Love You.' About 10 years ago, "I made the decision that I just wanted to be happy with my body," she says. Lizzo talks to Terry Gross about collaborating with P...

» US Culture Wars
23/05/19 06:28 from From Our Own Correspondent
As states restrict abortion rights and hundreds of pro-choice protests take place across the US, Laura Trevelyan assesses the country's widening cultural divisions and asks what might happen next. In the Lebanese city of Tripoli, where t...

» Protests Follow Announcement of Indonesian Election Results; Finding Answers for Mexico’s Disappeared; Global Notes: Is Eurovision Really Non-Political?
22/05/19 20:33 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Incumbent president Joko Widodo was re-elected in Indonesia, and supporters of his opponent Prabowo Subianto took to... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» The 'Power Struggle' Within The NRA
22/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'New York Times' reporter Danny Hakim discusses conflicts within the NRA's leadership, its lawsuit against its advertising and PR company, and what leaked documents reveal about the organization. Also, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews...

» Solving the Facebook Problem at Home and Abroad
22/05/19 13:00 from On The Media
When former Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes penned a New York Times op-ed  calling for the breakup of the platform, he was lauded by anti-corporate politicians and the press. Then came a series of hard questions: how exactly would break...

» A New Approach To Dementia
21/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
While caring for her mother, who had dementia, bioethicist Tia Powell began imagining a different way to approach the disease. Her new book, 'Dementia Reimagined,' looks at long-term care options and end-of-life decisions. Also, movie cr...

» John Waters On Being A 'Filth Elder'
20/05/19 17:42 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The cult filmmaker, 73, has plenty of ideas about what older people should and shouldn't do. "You can't be trying too hard to rebel [when] you're older," Waters says. He talks about what he was like as a kid, why he's done making movies,...

» From Our Home Correspondent 19/05/2019
19/05/19 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 that reflect the range of contemporary life in the country. Martin Vennard in Saltburn reveals how ...

» The Democracy Sausage
18/05/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
As Australia's general election campaign comes to an end Hywel Griffith asks if, whatever the result, the entire political class has now lost the respect of voters. And in India, the world's biggest democracy, Ritula Shah considers what ...

» Best Of: Howard Stern / Phoebe Waller-Bridge
17/05/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Howard Stern talks about how therapy changed his radio show, what makes him cringe about his early shock jock style, and how being a misfit as a kid pushed him to find an audience. His new book is 'Howard Stern Comes Again.' Phoebe Walle...

» Everything You Wanted To Know About Gardening
17/05/19 18:18 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: A live broadcast from City Grange about gardening and compost [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Novelist Explores Sexuality & Relationships In 'My Ex-Life'
17/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Stephen McCauley's novel, 'My Ex-Life,' is a comedy about a couple whose marriage ended years ago when the husband came out as gay. "All relationships evolve — even for people who stay together," he says. McCauley's book is now out in pa...

» Constellation of Secret Evil
17/05/19 13:00 from On The Media
A controversial bill in Alabama is the latest in a wave of different abortion bans sweeping the country. This week, On the Media looks at the influence of Janet Porter, a little-known lobbyist who has been pushing what are misleadingly r...

» All the World's a Coachella Stage
17/05/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Early this year, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival announced their 2019 lineup, boasting over 10 Latino acts—including Bad Bunny, J Balvin and Los Tucanes de Tijuana performing on the festival's main stage. Coachella is one of...

» #134 - Is Universal Basic Income the Safety Net of the Future?
17/05/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
Presidential contender Andrew Yang wants to give every American a monthly check from the government, just to cover the basics. And he's not alone. Business leaders, particularly those in Silicon Valley, and some Democratic politicians ar...

» Transition Talks In Sudan Suspended Amid Violence; Chicago Youth Perform Play About Global Water Issues; Australian Islanders Bring Landmark Climate Change Complaint To UN; Debate Over Iran Threat Continues
16/05/19 19:30 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Violence in SudanA historic human rights claimA play about global water issuesThe threat from Iran [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» The Dark Side Of Generic Prescription Drugs
16/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Journalist Katherine Eban says most of the generic medicine being sold in the U.S. is manufactured overseas — sometimes under questionable quality control standards. She talks about instances of fabricated data, sabotaged inspections, an...

» Howard Stern: Part 2 / Remembering Doris Day
15/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
In the second half of our two-part interview, Stern talks about his 2017 cancer scare, his thoughts on retirement, and his mother's depression. His new book is 'Howard Stern Comes Again.' Also, we remember late Hollywood actress and sing...

» Tensions Mount As Nuclear Deal Suffers Blow From Iran; Chicagoland Tibetan Community Celebrates Resilience and Success; Global Notes: Che Apalache and Making Movies
15/05/19 16:55 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Developments with the Iran nuclear dealTibetans in ChicagoBluegrass and rock music [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Chicagoans Help With Trauma Counseling In Christchurch; India Votes: Unemployment, Agrarian Distress and Basic Income; ONE Campaign Combats AIDS Worldwide
14/05/19 17:40 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: The trauma facing survivors of mass shootingsElections continue in IndiaThe fight to end the global AIDS crisis [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Howard Stern: Part 1
14/05/19 16:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The self-proclaimed "King of All Media" speaks with Terry Gross for the first time. Stern talks about how therapy changed his radio show, what makes him cringe about his early shock jock style, and how being a misfit as a kid pushed him ...

» The Past, Present and Future of Nikole Hannah-Jones
14/05/19 13:00 from On The Media
This week, we want to bring you a terrific new episode of Death, Sex and Money ,  another WNYC show that we think our listeners will appreciate .  The show's host, Anna Sale, is on maternity leave, and an exciting cohort of former guests...

» American Flavor
14/05/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Did you know that Marvin Gaye's classic song "Got to Give it Up" is influenced by the cha-cha-chá? And that the cha-cha-chá has been a part of U.S mainstream music for decades? Latino contributions to American pop music are present every...

» Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Creator Of 'Killing Eve' & 'Fleabag'
13/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Waller-Bridge writes female characters who are flawed, reckless, unpredictable and real — women not typically seen onscreen. She's the creator and star of the Amazon Prime series 'Fleabag' and creator/producer of the BBC America series '...

» In U.S.-China Trade War, China Hits Back With Tariffs; 'The Prosecutors' Puts Spotlight On Conflict-Related Sexual Violence; Food Mondays: Fasting During Ramadan
13/05/19 16:40 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: U.S.-China trade war escalatesLooking at sexual violence as a war crimeHealthy fasting during Ramadan [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Airstrikes and Sirens
11/05/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
In Israel and Gaza, Tom Bateman hears how rocket and air strikes are ruining lives. With no end to the conflict in sight, what has the impact of the latest violence been? In France, Joanna Robertson considers how Parisian weekends are be...

» Best Of: How Kleptocrats Stash Fortunes / 'PEN15' Creators
10/05/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Journalist Oliver Bullough runs kleptocracy tours in London, in which he points out mansions bought by corrupt foreign leaders and oligarchs. His book 'Moneyland' describes their secretive transnational world. Ken Tucker reviews Lizzo's ...

» Mahatma Gandhi’s Grandson, Rajmohan Gandhi, on Historical Memory in India; Weekend Passport: International Voices Project
10/05/19 18:38 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Mahatma Gandhi’s Grandson Rajmohan chats with Jerome about Gandhian secularism and historical memory in India. The... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Electoral Council Overrules Voting Results in Istanbul and Southeast Turkey; From Chicago To London, Ride-Share Drivers Strike For Better Conditions; Filipino Activists Respond To Crackdowns On Labor Organizing
10/05/19 18:18 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Turkey's election board has ordered that the Istanbul mayoral election be re-run after the ruling AK Party alleged... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Celebrating HBO's 'Veep'
10/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
After seven seasons, 'Veep' is ending this weekend. We listen back to archival interviews with showrunner David Mandel, star Julia Louis-Dreyfus and co-star Tony Hale. Also, Kevin Whitehead reviews the movie 'Bolden' about jazz's origina...

» Impossible!
10/05/19 13:00 from On The Media
The political press has long used the vague notion of “electability” to drive horserace coverage of presidential candidates. This week, On the Media considers how the emphasis on electability takes the focus away from the issues and turn...

» If They Kill Me
10/05/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
On May 3, 2017, a young woman was found dead on the campus of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Soon after the Mexico City Attorney General's office sent out a series of tweets—that would be picked up by the Mexican media—tha...

» Why Deutsche Bank Loaned Donald Trump Billions When No One Else Would
09/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The German bank was Trump's partner on countless investments at a time when most of Wall Street shied away. As a result, 'New York Times' finance editor David Enrich says, it has a trove of information about Trump. "Deutsche Bank has bec...

» Janet Napolitano Talks National Security and Immigration; Iran Announces Partial Pullout of Nuclear Deal; Global Notes: New Orleans Jazz Fest
08/05/19 21:31 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Former Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano joined the show to talk about national security, immigration and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» The Law That Kept 2 Generations Of Immigrants Out Of The U.S.
08/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Journalist Daniel Okrent says that the eugenics movement — a junk science that stemmed from the belief that certain races and ethnicities were morally and genetically superior to others — informed the Immigration Act of 1924, which restr...

» Werner Herzog on Gorbachev
08/05/19 13:00 from On The Media
Renowned director and documentarian Werner Herzog's latest filmmaking endeavor examines the legacy of the eighth and final leader of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev. For the film, Herzog sat down with the 88 year-old former General S...

» Are Tariffs Helping Or Hurting America’s Economy?; What’s At Stake For Minorities In India’s Election?; When Countries Emerge From Conflict, Transitional Justice Provides A Path Forward
07/05/19 20:09 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:President Trump has in recent months taken a strong stance on trade, wielding tariffs as a political tool. Violence against... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Shedding Light On Domestic Violence
07/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
An average of four women are killed by their partners every day in America. Crisis center CEO Suzanne Dubus and journalist Rachel Louise Snyder talk about identifying risk factors in abusive relationships, prevention, and how to set vict...

» A Texas Nun's Fight for Immigrants
07/05/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
There's a nun in Texas that is known for being one of the nation's strongest champions for immigrants: Sister Norma Pimentel. Sister Norma is currently the executive director of the Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, but growin...

» United Nations Report Highlights Mass Extinction; How Can We Improve Conditions For The World’s Most Vulnerable Children?; Chicago Native Brings Australian Buckwheat Craze to Illinois
06/05/19 19:08 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Since 1500, at least 680 vertebrate species worldwide have gone extinct — and the situation is only becoming more dire.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» 'PEN15' Revisits The Awkwardness Of Middle School
06/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
From braces to bullies, crushes and drama, middle school is a period of adolescence that might best be described as cringe-worthy.​ In the Hulu series 'PEN15,' actors Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle play 13-year-old versions of themselves i...

» The beginning of a new era in Japan
04/05/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
As Emperor Naruhito takes the throne in Japan, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes watches the crowds waving flags and wiping away tears. What will this new era hold for the country and its imperial family? Kate Adie introduces this and other stories...

» Best Of: Patricia Arquette / Erin Lee Carr
03/05/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Patricia Arquette has won awards for her performances in 'Escape at Dannemora,' 'Boyhood' and 'Medium.' She currently stars in 'The Act' on Hulu, based on the real-life story of Dee Dee Blanchard, a woman who lied to her daughter, Gypsy ...

» Remembering 'Boyz N The Hood' Dir. John Singleton
03/05/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
We remember film director John Singleton who died Monday at the age of 51. He made his debut in 1991 with the semi-autobiographical movie 'Boyz n the Hood,' about a group of kids growing up surrounded by drug addiction and gang violence ...

» A High State of Agitation
03/05/19 13:00 from On The Media
After accusations that he mischaracterized the Mueller investigation’s findings, Attorney General William Barr blames the media for muddling the story. This week, On the Media dissects Barr’s deflections. And, how a Jewish satirist uses ...

» Spain's Pact to Forget
03/05/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Filmed over six years, "The Silence of Others" reveals how survivors and their families have struggled to cope in the aftermath of Spain's 40-year dictatorship under General Franco. The film, executive produced by Pedro Almodóvar, follow...

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