» Hope for those with Huntington's – podcast
21/04/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Robin McKie, the Observer’s science and environment editor, discusses an innovative drug that may soon offer ways to fight Huntington’s disease, while Mark Newnham describes being diagnosed with the inherited condition. Plus: Peter Beaum...

» Hundreds killed in Sri Lanka bombings
21/04/19 20:25 from Global News
More than two hundred die and hundreds more are injured in eight blasts which targeted busy luxury hotels and Easter services at churches. Also: a comic actor has won Ukraine's presidential election run-off, and there’s mistrust in Sudan...

» Many dead in Sri Lanka attack
21/04/19 18:16 from Newshour
More than 200 people have died after a series of deadly explosions at churches and hotels in multiple locations in Sri Lankan. Also on the programme: results from the presidential election in Ukraine; and the Costa Rican-Nicaraguan immig...

» 21/04/2019 GMT
21/04/19 10:22 from Newshour
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.

» Attacks on Sri Lanka churches and hotels
21/04/19 10:22 from Newshour
More than 200 killed as churches and hotels targeted. (Picture: St Sebastian's Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka after a bomb blast. Credit: REUTERS/Stringer)

» From Our Home Correspondent 21/04/2019
21/04/19 10:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
In the latest programme of the monthly series, Mishal Husain introduces dispatches from journalists and writers reflecting the range of contemporary life across the United Kingdom. Shabnam Grewal grew up near Southall where, forty years ...

» Sudanese officials say millions of dollars in cash found at home of deposed president
20/04/19 20:02 from Global News
Prosecutors in Sudan say former president Omar al-Bashir is being investigated for money laundering after a hoard of cash was allegedly found hidden in sacks at his home. Also: Teenage migrants make the dangerous crossing from Morocco to...

» Egyptians urged to back longer Sisi term
20/04/19 18:04 from Newshour
A three-day referendum is under way in Egypt which is expected to consolidate President Sisi's grip on power. Also on the programme: the first blind person to sail across the Pacific; and the father of one of the victims of the Columbine...

» Итоги недели: Украина выбирает президента, Россия влюблена в Сталина - 20 Апрель, 2019
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» Egypt referendum on constitutional reforms
20/04/19 10:20 from Newshour
Egyptians are voting in a three-day referendum could consolidate President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi's grip on power. Also in the programme: We hear from a sailor who has made history as the first blind person to sail a yacht across the Pacif...

» Fictions and Factions
20/04/19 08:10 from From Our Own Correspondent
Volodymyr Zelensky played a President in more than 50 episodes of TV comedy - but does that mean he can do the job in real life? Jonah Fisher reflects from Kiev on a surreal election campaign - and catches up with a box set. Kate Adie in...

» Journalist shot dead in Northern Ireland
19/04/19 21:53 from Newshour
Local journalist Lyra McKee was shot dead while standing behind a police vehicle in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Also in the programme: Warlord Khalifa Haftar’s assault on Tripoli, Libya; and 13 die in South Africa at a church after a ...

» Best Of: Robert Caro / Christopher Meloni
19/04/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Robert Caro was never interested in only telling the stories of great men. Instead, he says, "I wanted to use their lives to show how political power worked." He talks about his two most famous ...

» US couple sentenced to life for torture of children
19/04/19 20:34 from Global News
David and Louise Turpin have been sentenced to life in prison by a California court for shackling, starving and abusing 12 of their 13 children for years. Also: Ukraine's presidential candidates trade insults at a stadium debate, and Par...

» How country NSW lost faith in the major parties - Australian politics live podcast
19/04/19 19:23 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Traveling through south-western NSW in the federal seat of Farrer, Gabrielle Chan seeks to understand the voters’ fury towards the major parties. The towns of Albury and Blighty have voted in Coalition members for decades, but could that...

» The Remarkable Life Of Frederick Douglass
19/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
David Blight's Pulitzer Prize-winning biography describes Frederick Douglass' escape from slavery, his passionate leadership in the abolitionist movement and his gift as a writer and orator. Blight spoke with 'Fresh Air' in December of 2...

» Democrats Subpoena for Full Mueller Report
19/04/19 17:13 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 19th: Democrats subpoenaed for the full version of the Mueller report on Friday, a day after a redacted version was released to Congress and the public. The Wall Street Journal's Siobhan Hughes has more details. Pl...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 19, 2019
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» Harm To Ongoing Matter
19/04/19 13:00 from On The Media
After years of waiting, journalists finally began digging into the redacted version of the Mueller report. On this week’s On the Media, how the special counsel’s findings confirm years of reporting about turmoil within the White House. P...

» Peru ex-President, Alan Garcia, dies by suicide, Chicago women prisoners curate global film festival, Milos Stehlik asks Mike Leigh about his film ‘Peterloo’, Chicago jazz artist Sen Morimoto plays Chicago’s Lincoln Hall
19/04/19 12:34 from Worldview Podcast
On today’s show:Peru ex-President, Alan Garcia, dies by suicideWomen prisoners in Cook County Jail curate global film fest Director Mike... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Democrats to press Trump over 'obstruction'
19/04/19 12:13 from Newshour
President Trump has said the Mueller report into Russian interfence in the twenty sixteen US presidential election contains totally untrue, fabricated statements. In a tweet, Mr Trump used colourful language to describe some contents of ...

» Cross Section: Barry Smith - Science Weekly podcast
19/04/19 11:26 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Coffee is a drink adored the world over. But have you ever wondered why a fresh brew smells better than it tastes? Prof Barry Smith has spent his career pondering how the senses work together to produce flavour perception and so Graihagh...

» Northern Ireland killing: A ‘terrorist incident’
19/04/19 11:20 from Global News
Dissident Republicans are being blamed for killing 29-year-old Lyra McKee in Derry. Also: A church wall has collapsed in the South African province of KwaZulu Natal killing thirteen worshippers. Plus, a YouTube climbing star and two frie...

» ‘It’s genuine, you know?’: why the online influencer industry is going ‘authentic’ – podcast
19/04/19 08:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Calamities such as Fyre festival have tarnished the booming business of YouTube and Instagram stars. Now the industry’s top tastemakers have a new plan: keeping it real Read the text version here Continue reading...

» How I Made It: Grupo Fantasma Takes On the Wall
19/04/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
When Austin's cumbia-funk institution Grupo Fantasma went to record their seventh album at a studio in Tornillo, Texas, they had no idea that right next door was a tent city for detained immigrant youth operated by ICE. When they found o...

» Debate Underway Over Mueller Findings
19/04/19 06:30 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for April 19: The Mueller report is out, and there's already partisan debate over its findings. The Wall Street Journal's Executive Washington Editor Jerry Seib says the debate will continue, but at a lower intensity. Learn ...

» All Hail the Driverless Car?
19/04/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
What if the next car you buy or taxi you hail drives itself? Join four leaders in autonomous vehicles for a timely debate on whether society should embrace driverless cars or approach these new, controversial vehicles with caution. ...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 18, 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.

» Is Ukraine about to elect a comedian as its next president? – podcast
18/04/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Ukrainians look set to elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a comedian and actor with no political experience, as their new president on Sunday. Andrew Roth discusses the events that have taken him to the brink of power. Plus: Peter Tatchell on wh...

» Mueller report published
18/04/19 21:18 from Global News
The long awaited report into Russian interference in the 2016 US election has been released. Also: Libya's PM condemns 'silence' of allies, and 'giant lion' fossil found in museum drawer.

» From Fastballs To Greaseballs, A History Of Baseball In 10 Pitches
18/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'New York Times' baseball writer Tyler Kepner spoke to 22 hall-of-fame pitchers about what they throw, and how they get a mental edge over hitters. His new book is 'K: A History of Baseball in Ten Pitches.' Also, Maureen Corrigan reviews...

» Long-Awaited Mueller Report Released to Congress
18/04/19 16:58 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 18th: After a nearly two-year investigation, a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report was released to Congress on Thursday. The Wall Street Journal's Aruna Viswanatha shares details of what we ...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 18, 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

» New politics and the far right – Politics Weekly podcast
18/04/19 13:42 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Rowena Mason is joined by Ellie Mae O’Hagan, Katy Balls and Matthew Goodwin to discuss the Brexit party, Change UK and the European elections. Plus: how politics shifted to the right With the traditional two-party system in deadlock over...

» Absurdity at the Etihad, vibrant Ajax and cones of shame – Football Weekly Extra
18/04/19 12:13 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Max Rushden , Barry Glendenning , Lars Sivertsen and Eliot Rothwell discuss the chaos of Manchester City’s 4-3 win over Tottenham, the vivacity of Ajax’s 2-1 win at Juventus and a telegraphed Troy Deeney red card Join the conversation on...

» North Korea tests new weapon
18/04/19 11:15 from Newshour
North Korea says it has tested a new tactical guided weapon. Observers suggest that it was probably a short-range weapon. The news comes on the same day a senior foreign ministry official has demanded the removal of US Secretary of State...

» North Korea demands removal of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from nuclear talks
18/04/19 11:13 from Global News
Pyongyang has accused Mr Pompeo of "talking nonsense" and being "reckless". Also: The World Health Organisation says more than two hundred people have been killed in fighting in the Libyan capital in the last two weeks, and US scientists...

» Bitcoin Remade As 'Digital Securities'
18/04/19 06:30 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M Edition for April 18: Bitcoin's value has tumbled. But the Wall Street Journal's Paul Vigna says plans are in the works to launch digital securities, bitcoin-type assets that could represent stocks, bonds or other financial instrumen...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 17, 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.

» When rape cases don't make it to trial | podcast
17/04/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Recorded rapes have increased by 15%, but recent figures show only one-third of cases referred to the CPS led to charges being brought. ‘Rebecca’ discusses her experience, while the Guardian’s Alexandra Topping looks at why prosecution r...

» Peru's former president kills himself
17/04/19 20:12 from Global News
Alan Garcia died after shooting himself as police arrived to arrest him. Also: many people killed in tourist bus accident in Madeira, and pig brains partially revived after death.

» Omar al-Bashir moved to prison
17/04/19 18:26 from Newshour
Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir has been moved to Kobar maximum security prison, less than a week after he was deposed in a military coup. Also in the programme: Peru's former President Alan Garcia kills himself ahead of arrest o...

» Actor Christopher Meloni / Tiger Woods' Historic Comeback
17/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
After 12 seasons on Law & Order: SVU, Christopher Meloni plays a disgraced policeman-turned-hit man in the second season of the Syfi Channel series Happy!. Meloni talks about being a bouncer before he broke into acting, playing tough guy...

» Investors Prepare for Pinterest, Zoom IPOs
17/04/19 16:47 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 17th: Pinterest and Zoom make their public debuts on Thursday. The Wall Street Journal's Corrie Driebusch says they're part of a wave of tech IPOs expected this year. But there's a little more caution in the air af...

» Violence Claims Nearly 5,000 In The Sahel Over Past Five Months; Global Notes: The Notre Dame Burned As Onlookers Sang; After 20 Years With A Single President, Algeria Looks For A New Leader
17/04/19 15:08 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: A spike of violence in the Sahel regionMusic from ParisLooking to Algeria's future [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 17, 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.

» Saudi women activists' hearing delayed
17/04/19 11:30 from Newshour
A court in Saudi Arabia has postponed a hearing in the trial of several of the country's most prominent women's rights activists. Horrific details have emerged of their alleged mistreatment at the hands of the Saudi authorities. We hear ...

» Sudan crisis: Ex-president moved to prison
17/04/19 11:09 from Global News
Reports say Omar al-Bashir had been detained at the presidential residence under heavy guard until now. Also: The heads of two of the world's key central banks say the financial system faces an existential threat from climate change, and...

» Is Netflix in Trouble?
17/04/19 06:36 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for April 17th: Netflix reports slowing US subscriber growth, worrying investors. The Wall Street Journal's Joe Flint has more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 16, 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.

» How protesters toppled Sudan's Omar al-Bashir – podcast
16/04/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
The Guardian’s Nesrine Malik grew up in Sudan and witnessed first-hand the brutality of the country’s then president, Omar al-Bashir. Malik reflects on what his ousting, after 30 years, means for Sudan. Plus: Angelique Chrisafis on the N...

» Macron promises to rebuild Notre Dame in five years
16/04/19 20:27 from Global News
In a televised address, the French President Emmanuel Macron said he shared the pain and hope of the nation after the devastating fire. Also: Egypt's leader could rule until 2030 and early ocean plastic traced to 1960s.

» Macron vows to rebuild Notre-Dame in five years
16/04/19 18:11 from Newshour
President Macron of France has vowed to rebuild the Cathedral of Notre-Dame within five years. Ray Pepi, the President of Building Conservation Associates in the US, tells Newshour why thinks this is an “aggressive schedule”. Also in the...

» The Breakdown: Battle Over MEChA
16/04/19 17:37 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
A few weeks ago, student organization MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán) voted to change their name after 50 years—and that decision was met with a lot of commentary, especially on social media. Those in favor of the name c...

» How Climate Change Threatens Humanity
16/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Bill McKibben, who first warned of climate change 30 years ago, says its effects are now upon us. He talks about heat waves, fires, flooding, drought, and, soon, millions of climate refugees. "The idea that anybody's going to be immune f...

» Officials Assess Damage to Notre Dame
16/04/19 17:02 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 16th: The Wall Street Journal's Sam Schechner has the latest details on a devastating fire at Notre Dame Cathedral. Plus, WSJ's Andrew Ackerman has more on lawmakers' subpoenas of Deutsche Bank. Annmarie Fertoli ho...

» Secularists And Catholics Figure Out What To Do With Notre Dame; Freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar Becomes Lightning Rod For Criticism; Chemi Peres On How Tech And Innovation Can Bring Middle East Peace
16/04/19 15:37 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Exploring the intersection of secularism and religion in FranceLooking at the criticism of Congresswoman Ilhan... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 16, 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.

» Who Profits When You File Your Taxes?
16/04/19 13:00 from On The Media
Tax Day is behind us, but the Taxpayer First Act is not. The bipartisan proposal passed the House last week and is now under consideration in the Senate — and one of the provisions is exactly what the for-profit tax preparation industry ...

» Notre-Dame fire: Huge sums pledged to help rebuild cathedral
16/04/19 12:22 from Global News
Hundreds of millions of euros are offered to help rebuild Notre-Dame after immense blaze. Several French companies have pledged funds, and offers of help with reconstruction have poured in from around the globe. Also, why people in Iraqi...

» Millions pledged to rebuild Notre-Dame
16/04/19 11:13 from Newshour
Prominent French businessmen have pledged hundreds of millions of Euros for rebuilding the Notre Dame cathedral which was devastated by a fire that the Paris prosecutor says was an accident, not arson. Also on the programme: the culture ...

» The Man Booker international shortlist and Nicole Flattery – books podcast
16/04/19 07:30 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
On this week’s show, Claire and Sian discuss the six books up for the 2019 Man Booker International prize and some of best fiction in translation with Boyd Tonkin. And Richard sits down with Irish short story writer Nicole Flattery about...

» The U.S. Wants to Ban Huawei. AT&T Mexico Relies On It.
16/04/19 06:41 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for April 16th: U.S. officials have told telecommunications executives around the world to steer clear of Huawei, calling the company a national-security threat. But that hasn't prevented AT&T from using the Chinese company'...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 15, 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.

» Is English football's racism problem being taken seriously? – podcast
15/04/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
A series of recent incidents in Premier League stadiums and at non-league level has highlighted football’s enduring problem with racism. The Guardian’s Jacob Steinberg investigates whether the authorities are taking it seriously enough. ...

» Notre Dame cathedral in Paris devastated by major fire
15/04/19 21:09 from Global News
The medieval cathedral of Notre-Dame is one France's most famous landmarks. Officials say the 850-year-old Gothic building's spire and roof have collapsed, but the main structure, including the two bell towers, has been saved.

» Fire at Notre Dame cathedral
15/04/19 18:11 from Newshour
The iconic spire at the top of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has collapsed after a major fire broke out. Flames engulfed the roof of the 850-year-old Gothic cathedral and spread rapidly across the building. Also on the programme: The Int...

» Robert Caro
15/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist was never interested in only telling the stories of great men. Instead, he says, "I wanted to use their lives to show how political power worked." He talks about his two most famous works — ...

» Measles Cases Continue to Rise in U.S.
15/04/19 17:17 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 15th: There are now at least 555 reported cases of Measles in 20 states. The Wall Street Journal's Betsy McKay has the latest details. Plus, WSJ's Sam Schechner reports on a devastating fire at the Notre Dame Cathd...

» Food Mondays: Are Grass-Fed Burgers Worth It?; The Legacy of Tiananmen Square, 30 Years On
15/04/19 16:19 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Looking at the Tiananmen Square protests 30 years laterGrass-fed beef in Chicago [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 15, 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 topsy-turvy title race and the John Delaney saga – Football Weekly
15/04/19 13:20 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Faye Carruthers , Barry Glendenning , Jonathan Wilson and Vaishali Bhardwaj on the Premier League, Ole parked down the road, Lucas Moura’s child inconveniencing journalists and zero Game of Thrones spoilers Join the conversation on Faceb...

» Measuring your fashion footprint: Chips with Everything podcast
15/04/19 13:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
This week Jordan Erica Webber and Graihagh Jackson team up to examine the environmental price tag of the fast fashion phenomenon and explore how technology could hold the key to a more sustainable system The fashion industry has a proble...

» UN envoy to Libya warns against foreign intervention
15/04/19 12:25 from Newshour
Newshour's Lyse Doucet has been speaking to the UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salamé, who warns against direct foreign intervention in the worsening conflict. We also hear from a French foreign ministry spokeswoman on France's position with...

» Sudan: Protest leaders demand end of the 'deep state'
15/04/19 12:07 from Global News
Demonstrators call for dismantling of legacy of ousted leader Omar al-Bashir. Protesters have camped outside army HQ in the capital, Khartoum, and demand a civilian administration. Also, former boss of Volkswagen is charged in Germany ov...

» Can we stop AI outsmarting humanity? – podcast
15/04/19 08:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
The spectre of superintelligent machines doing us harm is not just science fiction, technologists say – so how can we ensure AI remains ‘friendly’ to its makers? • Read the text version here Continue reading...

» Tax Surprise? Check Your Withholding
15/04/19 06:30 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for April 15: Did your tax refund fall short this year? The Wall Street Journal's Laura Saunders explains why you might want to take a look at your withholdings. Plus, WSJ's Sadie Gurman has more on what to expect in the Mue...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 14, 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.

» Going viral: Fox News, Davos and radical economics – podcast
14/04/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Rutger Bregman became a social media sensation after his onstage tirade at the gathered elite in Davos this year. His call for higher taxes, open borders and a shorter working week captured the imaginations of millions who viewed the spe...

» Tiger Woods makes golfing comeback
14/04/19 20:32 from Global News
Tiger Woods wins his first major golf tournament in 11 years, redeeming himself after a period of personal and professional turmoil. Also: Sudan’s newest rulers try to appease protestors, and Pete Buttigieg – Midwestern mayor and openly ...

» Sudan's new leader calls for dialogue
13/04/19 20:27 from Global News
Protest leaders in Sudan have met the transitional military council in Khartoum after the country's new ruler pledges to end the curfew, release jailed protesters and "uproot the former regime". Also: President Trump says he wants to mee...

» Итоги недели: "Нарисовать контуры единой Украины" - 13 Апрель, 2019
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» Netanyahu's Likely Victory
13/04/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
An election campaign in Israel but little mention of the peace process. Yolande Knell says voters there just want to live normal lives. They're picking up the pieces in Rio de Janeiro after the fire which destroyed the 200-year-old Natio...

» Best Of: Henry Winkler / Rob Delaney
12/04/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
After wrapping up his role as 'Happy Days' iconic cool guy, The Fonz, in 1985, Winkler struggled with typecasting. Eventually he was able to move on. He plays a self-involved acting teacher on HBO's 'Barry.' He talks with Terry Gross abo...

» Ray Romano / Remembering Seymour Cassel
12/04/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Ray Romano spoke to Terry Gross in 2016 about life after 'Everybody Loves Raymond,' and how fame has affected him. "Here's what I say: Before I thought my cab driver hated me; now I think my limo driver hates me." His new Netflix special...

» Sudan coup leader steps down
12/04/19 20:30 from Global News
The head of Sudan’s military council has stood down a day after leading a coup that toppled long-time leader Omar al-Bashir amid a wave of protests. Also: The International Criminal Court has rejected its prosecutor's request to investig...

» JPMorgan, PNC, Wells Fargo Kick Off Big Bank Earnings
12/04/19 17:18 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 12th: Several big banks reported higher quarterly profits, led by JPMorgan Chase. The Wall Street Journal's David Benoit has more details. Plus, Bradley Olson reports on Chevron's $33 billion deal to buy Anadarko. ...

» India Votes 2019: A Chicago Council On Global Affairs Panel Discussion
12/04/19 15:16 from Worldview Podcast
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» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 12, 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...

» Wake Up, Sheeple!
12/04/19 13:00 from On The Media
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested in London, and now faces prosecution. On this week’s On the Media, a look at what Assange’s arrest may mean for press freedom. Plus, what the new image of a black hole tell us about the power...

» Sudan coup: Military says it does not seek power
12/04/19 11:23 from Global News
Sudan's transitional military council has said the former president, Omar al-Bashir, will face trial within the country. But the military says it will not extradite him on war crimes charges. And Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange could...

» Smart talking: are our devices threatening our privacy? – podcast
12/04/19 08:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Millions of us now have virtual assistants, in our homes and our pockets. Even children’s toys are getting smart. But when we talk to them, who is listening? • Read the text version here Continue reading...

» Arturo O'Farrill's 'Fandango at the Wall' Transcends Borders
12/04/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Celebrated jazz musician Arturo O'Farrill has dedicated his life to envisioning a future of inclusion and collaboration. His newest project, "Fandango at the Wall," was inspired by a festival he participated in on the U.S.-Mexico border....

» WikiLeaks in Limbo After Assange Arrest
12/04/19 06:49 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for April 12th: The arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange deals a blow to the "hacktivist" organization he founded-the influence of which had already dwindled significantly in recent years. The Wall Street Journal's Sam...

» From powerbroker to leader: can Bill Shorten win the election? – Australian Politics live podcast
12/04/19 03:22 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
What kind of leader is Bill Shorten and will his instincts lead the Labor party to victory in the election? Political editor Katharine Murphy takes you back to when Shorten first came to national prominence, his early days as a minister ...

» Why fast fashion should slow down – Science Weekly podcast
12/04/19 02:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Science Weekly teams up with the Chips with Everything podcast to examine the environmental price tag of our throwaway culture and explore how technology could help the clothing industry follow a more sustainable model. Graihagh Jackson ...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 11, 2019
12/04/19 00:30 from International Edition - Voice of America
The US Charges WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange After his arrest in London President Trump says he's willing to meet with North Korea's leader for a 3rd summit. Pop star Mariah Carey is getting a big award at the upcoming Billboard Music...

» Brexit means breakfast: behind the scenes at a Brussels all-nighter – podcast
11/04/19 23:00 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
After a marathon debate in Brussels, Theresa May emerged with a new October Brexit deadline. Jennifer Rankin and Daniel Boffey, in Brussels, saw it through to the bitter end and explain what happens now. Plus: Richard Sprenger on funeral...

» Sudanese Protests Succeed In Deposing President, But Military Now Has Power; Wikileaks Co-Founder Julian Assange Arrested In London; What Would It Be Like To Be on A Suicide Mission For Humanity … In Space?
11/04/19 20:10 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was ousted by a military coup following months of protests against his... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Sudan protesters defy curfew
11/04/19 20:02 from Global News
New military rulers imposed curfew after coup against president al-Bashir also: Israeli moon landing ends in failure and how China saves the world - in a movie.

» Henry Winkler
11/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
After wrapping up his role as 'Happy Days' iconic cool guy, The Fonz, in 1985, Winkler struggled with typecasting. Eventually he was able to move on. He plays a self-involved acting teacher on HBO's 'Barry.' He talks with Terry Gross abo...

» WikiLeaks' Julian Assange Arrested in London
11/04/19 16:57 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 11th: WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange was arrested by British police on Thursday, at the request of U.S. authorities. The Wall Street Journal's Aruna Viswanatha has more details. Plus, elections begin in India. Le...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 11, 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

» Kane's pain, Solskjær's struggles and noisy exits – Football Weekly Extra
11/04/19 13:14 from Global: Audio | theguardian.com
Elis James , Barry Glendenning , Lars Sivertsen and Paolo Bandini discuss Tottenham’s resilience, Old Trafford’s shabbiness, Liverpool’s pressure valve release, Ajax’s vibrance and Diego Costa’s potential misunderstanding Join the conver...

» Spy vs. Spy
11/04/19 13:00 from On The Media
New York Times  reporter Michael Schwirtz  set out to investigate a series of assassinations in Ukraine with low expectations. Reporting on a homicide as a member of the foreign press is daunting enough to begin with. His assignment  was...

» Sudan military coup topples Bashir
11/04/19 12:01 from Global News
The Sudanese military says it has ousted and arrested the long-time president Omar al Bashir, after months of protests. Also: Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange has been arrested, and Beresheet -- a private mission attempting to land on...

» EU Leaders Agree to Delay Brexit
11/04/19 06:33 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for April 11th: European Union leaders agreed to postpone Brexit until Oct. 31 to allow British Prime Minister Theresa May more time to try to get the U.K.'s Parliament to approve the country's divorce deal with the bloc. Th...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 10, 2019
11/04/19 00:30 from International Edition - Voice of America
Democrats express outrage over the U.S. attorney general's comments about the Russia Investigation. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to have won a 5th term. Scientists reveal the first ever picture of a black hole. The f...

» EU leaders agree to delay Brexit until October 31st
10/04/19 22:13 from Global News
Speaking at an emergency summit, European Council President Donald Tusk called the Brexit extension 'flexible'. Also: The first picture of a black hole and finding cancer's weak spot.

» Benjamin Netanyahu Poised To Serve Fifth Term As Israel’s Prime Minister; How Should We Remember? Nelson Mandela’s Personal Archivist Thinks Through Historical Memory; A World Of Misinformation: Fake News Hits Ahead Of International Elections
10/04/19 18:32 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: An analysis of yesterday's Israeli electionsNelson Mandela's personal archivist on the nature of collective... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» American Prosecution & Mass Incarceration
10/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The U.S. prison population is booming; an estimated 2.1 million people were incarcerated in America in 2016, and as many people in the U.S. have criminal records as have graduated from four-year colleges. Journalist and Yale Law lecturer...

» Trump's Inner Circle Interviewed in Hush-Money Probe
10/04/19 16:58 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 10th: More details have emerged from an investigation by the Manhattan U.S. attorney's office, into hush money payments to two women who said they had affairs with Donald Trump. The Wall Street Journal's Nicole Hon...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 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.

» Netanyahu set for record fifth term
10/04/19 12:22 from Global News
The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is on course to form a new coalition government. Also: British PM to make Brexit delay plea at EU summit and the push is on to cure Hepatitis B.

» Netanyahu Holds Edge in Tight Election
10/04/19 06:56 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for April 10th: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared in a position to fend off a strong election challenge by a former army chief after a hard-fought race. The Wall Street Journal's Felicia Schwartz has more. Learn mor...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 09, 2019
10/04/19 00:30 from International Edition - Voice of America
Unprecedented in Israel are so far too close to call. The army Intervenes in Sudan Protests. Democrats continue to push the U.S. attorney general for the full Russia report. Advocates are pushing to stop the Trump administration from an ...

» Laughter And The Puerto Rican Experience; U.S. Designates Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps As Foreign Terrorist Organization; Challenges of Training Health Professionals in Haiti
09/04/19 20:45 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Eli Castro’s solo comedy show, 'Made in Puerto Rico' was, in fact, made in Chicago. The comedian returns to perform at... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» No clear winner in Israeli election
09/04/19 20:27 from Global News
Exit polls in Israel suggest there will be no clear winner in the closely fought general election. Also: Sudan's police have ordered officers not to intervene against thousands of protesters, and British Prime Minister Theresa May has be...

» Congress In The Trump Era
09/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer, who cover Congress for 'Politico,' discuss the power dynamics of Capitol Hill during the Trump Presidency. Their new book is 'The Hill To Die On.' Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews the novel 'Normal...

» Barr Says Mueller Report Set for Release Within a Week
09/04/19 17:28 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 9th: Attorney General William Barr says he expects a public version of the Mueller report to be released within a week. The Wall Street Journal's Byron Tau has the details. Plus, WSJ's Avantika Chilkoti has more on...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 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.

» Violence flares up at Sudan protest
09/04/19 11:55 from Global News
Gunfire was heard outside the army headquarters in Khartoum where thousands of protesters have been holding a sit-in. Also: British PM meets the German chancellor for Brexit delay request and scientists are to drill for 'oldest ice' in A...

» Being Asian and Latino
09/04/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
In the U.S., the two fastest-growing ethnic groups are Asian and Latino—and those groups are not mutually exclusive. For centuries, immigrants from Asia have settled in Mexico all the way down to Argentina, and their descendants carry bo...

» Spread of Measles Accelerates
09/04/19 06:36 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M. Edition for April 9th: The spread of measles is accelerating in the U.S., driven mostly by an outbreak in New York City. The Wall Street Journal's Betsy McKay explains. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 08, 2019
09/04/19 00:30 from International Edition - Voice of America
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.

» Israeli election to choose new government
08/04/19 20:39 from Global News
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hopes for a fifth term in office, but he faces a strong challenge from former military chief of staff Benny Gantz. Also: the biggest college admissions scam in US history and the captive whales seeking f...

» 25 Years After The Rwandan Genocide, How Is The Country Healing?; Israeli Prime Minster Vows to Annex Occupied Territory if His Party Wins Elections; Food Mondays: How To Make Sausage Sustainable
08/04/19 19:43 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Rwanda marks 25 years since its 1994 genocide with a 100-day period of mourning. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» How Climate Change Became A Partisan Issue
08/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Journalist Nathaniel Rich talks about the missed opportunities in our recent history that could've halted or slowed climate change. Rich says that from 1979 until 1989, climate change was viewed as a bipartisan problem — then the the oil...

» Nielsen Resignation Could Affect Trump Immigration Policies
08/04/19 17:17 from Wall Street Journal What's News
P.M. Edition for April 5th: Kirstjen Nielsen's resignation as Homeland Security secretary on Sunday presents new challenges to the Trump Administration's immigration policies. The Wall Street Journal's Alicia Caldwell joins Annmarie Fert...

» International Edition 1305 EDT - April 08, 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: Protesters say 'now completely surrounded by security forces'
08/04/19 12:15 from Global News
Attempt to break up the demonstration was thwarted by the military. Also: the latest from Libya where thousands of civilians have been forced to flee the latest exchanges between warring factions south of the capital, Tripoli, and how wi...

» Boeing Cuts Plane Production
08/04/19 06:35 from Wall Street Journal What's News
A.M Edition for April 8th: Boeing will cut production of its 737 MAX by a fifth as the financial impact from two crashes of its best-selling jetliner deepens. The Wall Street Journal's Doug Cameron has more. Learn more about your ad choi...

» International Edition 2330 EDT - April 07, 2019
08/04/19 00:30 from International Edition - Voice of America
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.

» At least 20 dead in Libyan clashes
07/04/19 20:28 from Global News
Military commander Khalifa Haftar’s forces continue their attack on Tripoli and reports say they’ve launched an airstrike. Also in this programme: the acting White House Chief of Staff says Democrats will never see President Trump’s tax ...

» Offensive on Libyan capital continues
06/04/19 20:25 from Global News
Forces loyal to the military commander Khalifa Haftar have continued their offensive, despite international calls to stop the fighting. Also in the podcast: mass demonstrations against Sudan’s president continue outside the army headquar...

» Итоги недели: Украина между двумя турами выборов - 06 Апрель, 2019
06/04/19 14:05 from Время Свободы - Итоги недели - Радио Свобода
Украина между двумя турами выборов

» Mosul in colour
06/04/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
What life after IS looks like for the residents of Iraq's second city - bright hijabs, bold makeup and striking works of art. "Colour has become their way of saying ‘we’ve taken our lives and our city back’" says Shaimaa Khalil. Kate Adi...

» Best Of: Conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin / A Therapist Goes To Therapy
05/04/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Yannick Nézet-Séguin, who conducts New York's Metropolitan Opera and the Philadelphia Orchestra, spoke with Terry Gross in front of a live audience for a WHYY event about his style of leadership and using his whole body when he conducts....

» UN condemns fighting in Libya
05/04/19 20:28 from Global News
The UN Security Council along with the G7 have condemned the fighting in Tripoli after UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres failed to convince military leader Khalifa Haftar to stop advancing towards the capital. Also in this programme:...

» Proposed Bill Could Grant Amnesty for War Crimes in Guatemala; Milos Stehlik Interviews Jia Zhangke on his new film, 'Ash is Purest White'; Weekend Passport: Lao-American filmmaker showcases her own ‘Origin Story’
05/04/19 20:15 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Guatemala's Congress is considering a bill that would grant amnesty for war crimes committed during its 36-year civil... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Dancer Gwen Verdon Of 'Fosse/Verdon'
05/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The new FX series 'Fosse/Verdon' celebrates the professional and romantic relationship between legendary choreographer Bob Fosse and dancer Gwen Verdon. He created the musicals 'Chicago,' 'Damn Yankees,' and 'Sweet Charity' for her. Afte...

» Empire State of Mind
05/04/19 13:00 from On The Media
Recently, a member of the Trump administration called Puerto Rico “that country,” obscuring once more the relationship between the island colony and the American mainland. In a special hour this week, On the Media examines the history of...

» UK seeks new Brexit delay
05/04/19 11:10 from Global News
The UK is due to leave the EU on 12 April but no withdrawal deal has been approved by MPs. Mrs May has proposed that if UK MPs approve a deal in time, the UK should be able to leave before European Parliamentary elections in May. And act...

» How I Made It: Miguel and Flor De Toloache's Mireya Ramos on 'Te Lo Dije'
05/04/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Grammy Award-winning singer Miguel and Mireya of the Latin Grammy-winning all-women mariachi group Flor de Toloache have released a song that fuses bachata, mariachi and R&B. But most importantly, the song represents Miguel and Mireya co...

» Should the Republican Party Re-Nominate Trump?
05/04/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
Former Senator Jeff Flake and the New York Times’ Bret Stephens team up to argue the motion, “The Republican Party Should Not Re-Nominate Trump.” They face Kris Kobach, a former Trump advisor and former Kansas Secretary of State, and Fox...

» Should Nazi Generational Wealth Be Spent on Justice?; Local Universities Ground Zero for Renewed Peace Movement; Global Activism: Bringing Light to Survivors of Cyclone Idai
04/04/19 21:25 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Jonathan Wiesen joins us to discuss whether Germans should revisit the debate over reparations and historical... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Belgium apologises for colonial-era kidnappings
04/04/19 20:46 from Global News
The Prime Minister said the human rights of thousands of children had been breached. Also, the US House of Representatives votes to end American support for Saudi-led military action in Yemen and hundreds of women march in India to prote...

» Conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin
04/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Nézet-Séguin, who directs the New York's Metropolitan Opera and the Philadelphia Orchestra, spoke with Terry Gross in front of a live audience for a WHYY event about his style of leadership, using his whole body when he conducts, and bei...

» Ethiopian Airlines crash - pilots 'followed guidelines'
04/04/19 11:33 from Global News
The first official report into last month's plane crash has found that the pilots followed Boeing procedures, but were unable to control the aircraft. Also, Australia passes controversial new laws which could see social media executives ...

» US Congressional committee votes to subpoena release of entire Mueller report
03/04/19 20:46 from Global News
Democrats want to see the full, unredacted document of the Mueller report, which investigated Russian attempts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. Also: the British prime minister Theresa May meets the opposition Labour par...

» Historian Henry Louis Gates Jr. / Rob Delaney Of 'Catastrophe'
03/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Henry Louis Gates Jr. points to post-Civil War Reconstruction as the genesis of white supremacy, as white Southerners looked for ways to roll back the newly acquired rights of African-Americans. His new book is 'Stony the Road.' Rob Dela...

» Chicago-Area Activists Engage In Citizen Diplomacy with Iran; Has Islam Lost Its Science?; Cimafunk Takes On America With New Afro-Cuban Groove
03/04/19 16:45 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:U.S. peace activists tour Iran to prevent future conflictAn anthropologist and a journalist on Islam's role in shaping... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Former Malaysian leader in trial connected to billion dollar scandal
03/04/19 11:19 from Global News
Najib Razak faces charges linked to the theft of billions of dollars, also: backlash against Brunei's Sharia law and why Pakistanis look to Britain for etiquette lessons

» Algeria's president Bouteflika resigns
02/04/19 20:41 from Global News
Abdelaziz Bouteflika's resignation follows weeks of protests against his earlier decision to stand for a fifth term. Also: the British PM is to ask EU for Brexit extension and a controversial biometric ID system has been launched in Kenya.

» The Ongoing Crisis In Venezuela
02/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'New York Times' reporter Nicholas Casey was in Maracaibo, Venezuela, in March 2019 during a six-day power outage that left 30 million people in the dark. "By the fourth day," he says, "you started to hear shots getting fired in the stre...

» How to Save A Constitutional Democracy; What Do Computer Science, Board Games And The Electoral College Have To Do With One Another? John Koza Can Tell You.; U.S. Supreme Court Could End Gerrymandering For Good
02/04/19 17:00 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Two constitutional scholars on how to protect democracyHow a National Popular Vote Interstate Compact could... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Policing the Police
02/04/19 13:00 from On The Media
California recently passed a law that eliminates some of the barriers to accessing records on egregious police misconduct and deadly use of force. W ith the floodgates open, journalists, like KPCC investigative reporter Annie Gilbertson ...

» Turkey’s AK party formally challenge Istanbul vote
02/04/19 11:32 from Global News
The AK party has complained of irregularities, and posted victory posters depicting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and its mayoral candidate Binali Yildirim around the city. Also: The EU's chief negotiator has said a 'no deal' Brexit is ...

» What Happened to Edward?
02/04/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Last year, a 65-year-old grandfather was attacked and fell onto the New York City subway tracks—which eventually led to his death. He was punched from behind by a young man with schizophrenia who shouted that he was the devil. This isn't...

» Brexit deadlock continues as MPs fail to find compromise
01/04/19 20:19 from Global News
British members of parliament have failed to back any of the alternative proposals to that of the government's Brexit plan. Also: the end of an era for Algeria. President Bouteflika is stepping down before the end of the month and could ...

» An Oligarch And A TV Actor Face Off In Ukraine's Presidential Election; What Urban Violence in Buenos Aires Teaches Us About America; Food Mondays: Are Insects The Food Of The Future?
01/04/19 19:25 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: A look at the comedian who wants to be Ukraine's presidentDiscussing urban violence in VenezuelaEating insects in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» The Motivations & Impact Of SCOTUS Justice John Roberts
01/04/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
CNN legal affairs correspondent Joan Biskupic discusses the roots of Roberts' conservatism and his work for the Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations. She says he's had a conservative impact on the law, but is also deeply concerned...

» Opposition takes Ankara in Turkey's local elections
01/04/19 12:43 from Global News
The president's ruling AK party disputes the results as there are indications of sweeping losses including the opposition taking Istanbul. Also: the name of the new imperial era in Japan is announced and we have a report from Belarus whe...

» TV comedian frontrunner in Ukraine elections
31/03/19 20:00 from Global News
Volodymyr Zelenskiy has no political experience and won the most votes in the first round of Ukraine's presidential elections, according to exit polls. Also: President Erdogan's governing party in Turkey has lost control of several big c...

» Venezuela: Juan Guaidó leads protests over power cuts
30/03/19 21:00 from Global News
The self-declared Venezuelan president is leading mass demonstrations against the government and its failure to prevent the repeated energy blackouts across the country - some lasting days. Also: Health officials in Gaza say four Palesti...

» Итоги недели: предвыборная Украина и облавы в Крыму - 30 Март, 2019
30/03/19 14:05 from Время Свободы - Итоги недели - Радио Свобода
Украина перед выборами: явного победителя нет +++ Спецслужбы обыскивают и задерживают крымскотатарских активистов +++ В России решили наказывать за неуважение к органам власти

» Marching bands in Myanmar
30/03/19 09:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
Marching bands in Myanmar as the army celebrates, but it's an army accused of genocide. Nick Beake arrives at the dead of night to witness the festivities. Jill McGivering reports from Kathmandu on a dark and disturbing side to western t...

» Best Of: John Mulaney / Natasha Lyonne
29/03/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
John Mulaney was a writer at 'Saturday Night Live' for five years and recently returned to host for the first time. He talks about his 'SNL' audition, writing monologues for famous hosts, and drawing on his Catholic upbringing for stand-...

» EU: No deal Brexit a ‘likely scenario’
29/03/19 21:00 from Global News
The head of the European Council, Donald Tusk calls a meeting to discuss a new Brexit deadline. Also: Hundreds of thousands of protesters in Algeria are demanding the resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, and the famous family s...

» Mexican-American Writer Finds Inspiration In Family, Tragedy & Trump
29/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Luis Alberto Urrea's book 'The House of Broken Angels' borrows from the story of his older brother, who died of cancer. He says the book went through a dramatic rewrite after Trump became president. [Originally broadcast March 2018.] Als...

» Homeland Security Announced Plan to Aid Police in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala; The French New Wave: An Era Of Experimentation In Film; Weekend Passport: Detour Guide & The Nowruz Global Festival
29/03/19 16:55 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: A new Trump administration strategy on immigrationFilm critic Jonathan Rosenbaum on French filmWeekend Passport with... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» The End of Magical Thinking
29/03/19 13:00 from On The Media
With the Mueller investigation complete, talking heads have given the short public summary their usual spin. This week, On the Media looks at why the framing of the report produced so much misunderstanding. Plus, how historical amnesia a...

» May's Brexit deal suffers third defeat
29/03/19 12:40 from Global News
MPs have rejected Theresa May’s EU withdrawal agreement on the day the UK was due to leave the EU. The government lost by 344 votes to 286, a majority of 58. In Mozambique there's a sharp rise in cholera cases as a result of Cyclone Idai...

» How I Made It: From Foster Kid to Judge
29/03/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
When she was nine years old, Xiomara Torres fled the civil war in her home country of El Salvador and came to the U.S. As a child she adjusted to her new life in East Los Angeles before she was removed from her family and put into foster...

» IQ2 Interview: Should You Love Your Enemies?
29/03/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
In this special episode of Intelligence Squared U.S., John Donvan sits down with one of America's leading political thinkers to discuss a bold premise: loving your enemies. Arthur Brooks is a best-selling author and the outgoing presiden...

» UK government to hold new Brexit vote
28/03/19 21:01 from Global News
British MPs will be asked to vote again on Brexit on Friday but only on part of the deal negotiated with the European Union. Also: A national remembrance service for the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks has been held in New Zea...

» A Therapist Goes To Therapy (And Gets A Taste Of Her Own Medicine)
28/03/19 17:31 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist who started seeing a therapist herself after the man she thought she would marry unexpectedly broke up with her. "I think that therapy at any age, it helps people to relate better to themselves and to t...

» Theresa May’s Last Bargaining Chip to Get Brexit Done? Her Career.; Triage For Endangered Birds: Which Species Do We Save?; Global Activism: Disability Therapy Through Scuba Diving
28/03/19 16:45 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Theresa May makes a bold moveBird extinction and what we can do about itAn organization that makes scuba diving... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Bangladesh skyscraper fire
28/03/19 12:16 from Global News
Several dead and dozens trapped in Dhaka blaze. Also: Ex-spy accused of assassination plot found dead, vermin cull to save island species, and Botticelli copy found to be rare original

» Brexit: MPs reject all options
27/03/19 21:00 from Global News
After a vote in the British Parliament, none of MP’s Brexit options secures a majority. Also: The governing party in Algeria joins calls for President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down, and the Indian woman threatened with death for ente...

» Natasha Lyonne On 'Russian Doll'
27/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Lyonne's character on the Netflix series 'Russian Doll' keeps dying and coming back to life. It's a premise that strikes a chord with the actor; Lyonne had a near-death experience in 2005. She talks with Terry Gross about how that experi...

» The Opioid Narratives
27/03/19 13:00 from On The Media
Purdue Pharma has settled a lawsuit with the state of Oklahoma for $270 million dollars, a larger figure than two other cases the company has settled with other states. In doing so, the company also avoided a televised trial in May at a ...

» Could Illinois Pick Up Where the Green New Deal Left Off?; Youth-Led Sunrise Movement Pushes Forward on Green New Deal; Could There Be a More Radical Green New Deal?
27/03/19 12:58 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Looking at the Green New Deal with local policy experts, youth activists and academics [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Brexit: British MPs consider alternative ideas on way forward
27/03/19 12:46 from Global News
MPs debate future of Brexit, after taking control of the House from the government. Measures being debated include leaving EU without a deal, forming a customs union, and a confirmatory referendum. Also, Narendra Modi says India an 'esta...

» Latino Heroes of Rock & Roll
27/03/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
When we talk about what made rock & roll as we know it, the most common description is: a mixture of R&B, a predominantly black genre, and country, a predominantly white genre. But the sound is not as black and white as many think. In th...

» Algerian army chief urges removal of President Bouteflika
26/03/19 21:34 from Global News
After weeks of unrest, Lt Gen Gaed Salah called for an 'immediate' way out of the crisis. He proposed the use of a constitutional article which allows the position of president to be declared vacant if the leader is unfit to rule. Also, ...

» Comic John Mulaney
26/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Mulaney was a writer at 'Saturday Night Live' for five years and recently returned to host for the first time. "I was absolutely terrified," he says. "To be performing something you've written and trying to listen to the jokes while maki...

» Nine Companies Control The World’s Artificial Intelligence. Why That Matters.
26/03/19 14:05 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Futurist Amy Webb explores the landscape of artificial intelligence regulation [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Gaza: Egypt tries to re-establish truce between Israel and Hamas
26/03/19 12:52 from Global News
Gaza: Egypt tries to re-establish truce between Israel and Hamas. Situation now reported to be calm after overnight missile-attacks by both sides. Also, Syria's Kurds call for international tribunal for captured IS fighters, and how Dutc...

» Trump signs order recognising Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights
25/03/19 20:59 from Global News
The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, witnessed the signing at a ceremony in the White House. The area was captured from Syria during the 1967 war. Also: British MPs back votes on Brexit alternatives, and the BA flight that lan...

» The New Zealand Massacre And The Global Resurgence Of Extremism
25/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
J.M. Berger studies the online activity of extremists. He warns that white nationalism is a growing phenomenon worldwide — with many in the movement drawing inspiration from President Trump. "When we do the social media analysis, it come...

» La Borinqueña Grants Program Supports Grassroots Organizations In Puerto Rico; Questions Remain Following Completion Of Mueller Report; Food Mondays: Ashkum Farm Is Bringing Back Ancient Grains
25/03/19 16:28 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: A comic book creator takes on philanthropy in Puerto RicoAn analysis of the Mueller report from The Atlantic's Yoni... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Brexit: European Commission says a 'No Deal' arrangement is looking more likely.
25/03/19 12:56 from Global News
EU issues warning as Theresa May presents Cabinet with her latest plans to break deadlock. Mrs. May is due to make a statement to MPs, which will be followed by a debate on the next steps to try and resolve the crisis. Also, Israeli PM c...

» Mueller report says Trump 'did not conspire with Russia'
24/03/19 21:01 from Global News
Robert Mueller's report finds no evidence of collusion but does not exonerate President Trump of obstruction. Also: Mali bans hunters after scores of villagers killed and there's been a huge fossil discovery in China's Hubei province.

» From Our Home Correspondent 24/03/2019
24/03/19 11:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
Mishal Husain presents the monthly collection of journalistic pieces reflecting life across the UK today. John Forsyth in Glasgow learns about the realities of rehabilitating convicted knife criminals on a visit to the Scottish Violence ...

» Passengers airlifted from Norway cruise
23/03/19 20:50 from Global News
Hundreds of people are being airlifted from the cruise ship which had engine problems in choppy seas. Also: organisers say one million people have taken part in a Brexit protest in London, and we meet Tengai - the job interview robot who...

» Итоги недели: уход Назарбаева и политические приговоры - 23 Март, 2019
23/03/19 14:05 from Время Свободы - Итоги недели - Радио Свобода
Нурсултан Назарбаев уходит, но не хочет отдавать власть +++ Павел Гриб приговорен к шести годам лишения свободы, Оюб Титиев – к четырем +++ В России продолжают праздновать пятилетие «крымской весны»

» Hospitality in the Caucasus
23/03/19 08:55 from From Our Own Correspondent
Hospitality in the Caucasus with the families of Russians returning from IS duty in Syria. But do they regret joining up in the first place? Baalbek in Lebanon, the next best thing for those who miss travelling in Syria, and the hotel th...

» Best Of: The Emotional Lives Of Primates / Playwright & Actor Heidi Schreck
22/03/19 21:31 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Primatologist Frans de Waal has spent 40 years studying the behavior and emotions of primates. He talks about how primates experience jealousy, reconciliation, and empathy — just like humans. "That's a spectrum of behavior that we have, ...

» Jane Goodall Wants Young People To Save the Planet; Milos Stehlik Reviews Laszlo Nemes' 'Sunset'; Israeli Music Sensation Idan Raichel Brings International Musical Styles To Chicago
22/03/19 20:45 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: The famed Jane Goodall speaks on youth activismMilos Stehlik reviews Hungarian film 'Sunset'Musician Idan Raichel... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Remembering Poet W.S. Merwin / 'King Of The Surf Guitar' Dick Dale
22/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
W.S. Merwin, the former U.S. poet laureate, died March 15. He was a prolific writer as well as a conservationist and a conscientious objector during World War II. He spoke to 'Fresh Air' in 2008. Dick Dale, who was known as the "King of ...

» Hating In Plain Sight
22/03/19 13:00 from On The Media
In the aftermath of white supremacist attacks in New Zealand, there's a tension between reporting on the shooter's motivations and not amplifying his message. This week, On the Media examines how the press can navigate that persistent di...

» The Underground Hair Market
22/03/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Venezuela has been known for its oil wealth and also, for its obsession with beauty pageants. In the history of the Miss Universe pageant, Venezuela has won seven crowns, the second-highest number of crowns. However, as the growing econo...

» Can Constitutional Free Speech Principles Save Social Media Companies From Themselves?
22/03/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
MOTION: Constitutional Free Speech Principles Can Save Social Media Companies from Themselves How should the world's largest social media companies respond to a pernicious online climate, including hate speech and false content posted by...

» What Fascism Looks Like in the 21st Century; Eyes on Mexico: Treatment of Central American Migrants; Global Activism: Summit in Naperville Links Volunteers with Global Opportunities
21/03/19 18:53 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Professor of philosophy at Yale University Jason Stanley joins us to talk about his new book, "How Fascism Works: The... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Did Russia Influence The Brexit Movement?
21/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'New Yorker' journalist Ed Caesar discusses Arron Banks, the British businessman who funded the most extreme end of the pro-Brexit "Leave" campaign — possibly with help from Russia. Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews Carsie Blanton's new alb...

» No Longer A Place Apart
21/03/19 08:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
The bullets that shattered the image that New Zealand is a place apart. Our correspondent returns to his childhood home in Christchurch to find a city bewildered and in mourning. We hear also from Tanzania, where the imminent constructio...

» Do Anti-Extremism Tactics Harm Muslim and Arab Communities?; Eyes on Mexico: The Drug War’s 2,000 Clandestine Graves; Global Notes: South By Southwest 2019
20/03/19 17:33 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Racial justice organizations published a report arguing current anti-extremism programs reinforce government surveillance... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» How Women Have Been 'Profoundly' Left Out Of The Constitution
20/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
As a teen, Heidi Schreck debated the Constitution in competitions. Later she realized it had failed to protect four generations of women in her family. "I believed it was perfect. I believed it was a tool of justice. I did not realize as...

» Cherríe Moraga's New Memoir 'Native Country of the Heart'
20/03/19 07:31 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Since the 1980s, Cherríe Moraga has been a queer feminist Chicana icon, alongside thinkers like Audre Lorde and Gloria Anzaldúa. Her newest work is a memoir: "Native Country Of The Heart." It centers on her close relationship with her mo...

» Zimbabwe Critically Short of Medical Resources After Cyclone Idai; Eyes on Mexico: Indigenous Communities Facing Down Foreign Extractive Industries; Food Justice Takes Center Stage at 2019 Good Food Expo
19/03/19 21:21 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Cyclone Idai hit parts of southern Africa last week, leaving devastation in its wake.The human rights and lands of Mexico’s... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» The Emotional Lives Of Primates
19/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Primatologist Frans de Waal has spent 40 years studying the behavior and emotions of primates. He talks about how primates experience jealousy, reconciliation, and empathy — just like humans. "That's a spectrum of behavior that we have, ...

» No Notoriety
19/03/19 13:00 from On The Media
The details are different but the story is the same. A mass shooting, scores of people dead, another nation traumatised. Although in the aftermath of the events in New Zealand last week there is a wrinkle. In her first speech to parliame...

» Should The U.S. Pay Ransom When Americans Are Kidnapped?; Food Mondays: Monica Eng Interviews Chinese-American Novelist Lisa See
18/03/19 19:49 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:The Committee to Protect Journalists' Joel Simon talks about his book on whether governments should pay ransom when their... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Exposing The Health Risks Of Incarceration
18/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Dr. Homer Venters spent nine years overseeing the care of thousands of inmates on New York City's Rikers Island. He details horrific cases of inmate deaths from beatings and neglect, and how a new medical record system could be used as a...

» A Different Yemen
16/03/19 09:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
The BBC's Paul Adams returns to the country he roamed 35 years ago - and it's much changed. Kate Adie introduces this and other stories from around the world. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, there's plenty of grief to go around, and...

» Best Of: Aidy Bryant / Finding God In The Faith Of Others
15/03/19 21:00 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'Saturday Night Live' cast member Aidy Bryant mourns the time she lost in her teens and early 20s feeling self-conscious about her weight and living in fear of judgment about her body. "The second I stopped being afraid of someone callin...

» New Zealand Mosque Shootings Leave 49 Dead; Turkish Asylum Seekers’ Stories Screen At “Stateless Film Festival”; Milos Stehlik Interviews Christian Petzold About “Transit” Film; Weekend Passport: Mandala Arts Presents “Ratri”
15/03/19 18:26 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: At least 49 people were killed at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand around the time of midday prayer on Friday.Over... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Remembering Drummer Hal Blaine / Chef Lidia Bastianich
15/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Hal Blaine, one of the most prolific drummers in rock 'n' roll history, played on recordings with the Beach Boys, Elvis, Sinatra and many others. He died Monday at age 90. Blaine was part of the group of sought-after studio musicians kno...

» The Myth of Meritocracy
15/03/19 13:00 from On The Media
A college admissions scandal has highlighted what people refer to as "the myth of meritocracy." But actually, meritocracy itself is a myth. This week, On the Media looks at the satirical origins of the word and what they tell us about wh...

» Stranded in Tijuana
15/03/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
At the only shelter for unaccompanied minors in Tijuana, Mexico, teens watch Pokemon and blast Bad Bunny songs. Most of these teens are from Central America, thousands of miles from their families, and waiting for months to apply for asy...

» Aidy Bryant On 'SNL' & 'Shrill'
14/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
'Saturday Night Live' cast member Aidy Bryant mourns the time she lost in her teens and early 20s feeling self-conscious about her weight and living in fear of judgment about her body. She recalls counting calories, trying diets and hati...

» Parliament Comes Down To The Wire On Brexit Deal, May Vote To Extend Deadline; Global Activism: Coptic Orthodox Mama Maggie Gobran; Chicago Students Join International Youth Climate Strike
14/03/19 16:48 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: The Brexit saga continuesAn Egyptian nun speaks on her life of serviceStudent activists prepare for US Youth Climate... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Powerless in Venezuela
14/03/19 08:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
How did it feel to survive the days of near-total blackout in Caracas? The BBC's Will Grant reports on what drove people to loot beloved local shops, or scoop water from filthy canals. Kate Adie introduces this story and others from arou...

» Chinese National People's Conference Officials Gather For Annual Meeting; Butterfly And Insect Populations Crash in Illinois And Beyond; Global Notes: Music Of Venezuela
13/03/19 17:33 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Analysis of China's National People's Conference MeetingDiscussion of collapsing insect populationsMusic from... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Why Emergency Room Visits Cost So Much
13/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
How could an ER visit in which a patient receives nothing more than a Band-Aid cost $629? Sarah Kliff, a health policy reporter for 'Vox,' spent over a year reading ER bills and investigating the reasons behind the high costs. Emergency ...

» Tucker Was Tucker All Along
13/03/19 13:00 from On The Media
To suggest that Tucker Carlson has a tendency to hint at deeply discriminatory tropes would be clich é — but also dead-on. Just this week, thanks to newly unearthed  audio  released by Media Matters, the Fox News darling ditches his sign...

» Inside The Fight For Free Press
12/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
David McCraw, deputy general counsel for 'The New York Times,' talks about legal issues he's faced on the job — from the president's lawyer threatening to sue for libel to the decision to publish WikiLeaks documents and #MeToo allegation...

» Theresa May Faces Another Disastrous Brexit Vote; U.S.-Allied Kurdish Forces Push Into Final ISIS-Held Territory; UK Citizens Suspected Of Terror Ties Stripped Of British Citizenship; Chicago Activists Oppose Planned Cop Academy In West Garfield Park
12/03/19 16:26 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: An update on BrexitA look at how ISIS operations are wrapping upHow the UK is stripping suspected terrorists'... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» 24 Hours at the Border
12/03/19 07:30 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Over the past two months, President Donald Trump has been demanding funds from Congress to build his proposed border wall—which led to the longest partial government shutdown in U.S. history. As Congress and the White House continue to c...

» Finding God In the Faith Of Others
11/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Barbara Brown Taylor, an ordained Episcopal priest, left her job as rector of a church to become a professor of religion. Her new book, 'Holy Envy,' is about how teaching the religions of the world changed her understanding of her own fa...

» Historian Dana Frank On Honduran Politics, U.S. Intervention; Food Mondays: Can Roman-Style Pizza Make It In Chicago?
11/03/19 16:47 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show: Historian Dana Frank looks at how the U.S. has intervened in Honduras over the yearsA conversation with a pizza master [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Orban's EU offensive
09/03/19 08:00 from From Our Own Correspondent
The appeal of Viktor Orban, the man who wants to remake the European Union in his own image. Stephen Sackur visits the Hungarian Prime Minister’s hometown and tries to figure out what makes him one of Europe's most successful and influen...

» Best Of: 'Never Look Away' Asks, Why Make Art? / Inside The Fox News White House
08/03/19 21:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's new film, 'Never Look Away,' tells the story of an artist who grows up in Nazi Germany, comes of age in East Germany and travels to the West to find freedom for himself and his art. Jane Mayer's explosi...

» International Women’s Day: Former and Current Women Heads-of-State Sign Open Letter Pushing For Women’s Rights; Milos Stehlik Reviews Film, 'Birds of Passage', and Discusses Agency in Indigenous Film; Weekend Passport: National Museum of Mexican Art’s ‘So
08/03/19 19:36 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:A group of global women leaders has signed an open letter advocating for women's rights and gender inclusion.Milos Stehlik... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» 50 Years Of 'The Godfather'
08/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
We mark the 50th anniversary of the publication of Mario Puzo's novel 'The Godfather' by listening back to our '96 interview with Puzo and our '16 interview with director Francis Ford Coppola, who adapted the novel into the iconic film. ...

» Crossing the Line
08/03/19 13:00 from On The Media
Mexican officials and U.S. Customs and Border Protection are using a secret database to target journalists and advocates at the southern border. This week, On the Media speaks with a reporter on the list who was detained for questioning ...

» Buried Abuse
08/03/19 07:00 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
There's a long and extensive pattern of sexual abuse and harassment in immigration detention facilities, even though the Prison Rape Elimination Act was introduced in DHS facilities in 2014. Over a ten-month period, Latino USA partnered ...

» Unresolved: The Techonomic Cold War With China
08/03/19 06:00 from NPR: Intelligence Squared Podcast
UNRESOLVED: The Techonomic Cold War With China President Xi Jinping has made it clear: When it comes to big data, advanced weaponry, and other innovations in tech and AI, China has plans to surpass the United States as the world’s next t...

» ​​Researchers on Potential Fukushima Nuclear Health Risks at 2020 Tokyo Olympics; Composting Company, First Encouraged By City of Chicago, Now Facing City Shutdown; Global Activism: NGO, Haiti Outreach, Transforms Communities through Clean Water
07/03/19 21:45 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Tokyo is hosting the 2020 Summer Olympics, but researchers worry that radiation from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Jane Mayer On The Fox News White House
07/03/19 17:31 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Past administrations have had favored members of the press, says 'New Yorker' investigative reporter Jane Mayer, "but nothing where someone is so close in that they are coordinating on a daily basis with the president." Mayer's explosive...

» An American contradiction
07/03/19 07:30 from From Our Own Correspondent
The Proud Boys say they are nothing more than a fraternal drinking club, but they regularly show up armed to far-right rallies across the US. On a marijuana farm in Oregon, Mike Wendling meets one of their local leaders – a man who, in b...

» Canada’s PM Facing Resignation Calls Amid Energy Contractor Scandal; As India and Pakistan Spar, Who Lives in Between?; Global Notes: Folk International Alliance Conference
06/03/19 20:10 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Opposition MP's are calling for Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to resign over alleged interference in an... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» 'Never Look Away' Asks: Why Make Art? Who Is It For?
06/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
The film 'Never Look Away' is about a painter who is first exposed to modern art as child growing up in Nazi Germany. His aunt takes him to an exhibit of modern art curated by Nazis, meant to show what degenerate art looks like — the kin...

» The Myth That Fuels the Anti-Vaxx Agenda
06/03/19 13:00 from On The Media
This Tuesday, lawmakers in Washington heard from an 18-year-old who, against all odds, got his shots. Ethan Lindenberger, who fought with his own mother to get vaccinated , told senators, "for my mother, her love, affection, and care as ...

» Living With Gun Violence And Trauma In Chicago
05/03/19 17:31 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Journalist Alex Kotlowitz spent a summer in Chicago chronicling people whose lives were changed or lost due to gun violence. He likens the trauma of living with gun violence to the PTSD some veterans experience. "Once you've had one act ...

» India and Pakistan edge closer towards conflict; India Supreme Court Evicts Millions of Marginalized Peoples from Indigenous Lands; India’s Proposed “Trans Bill” Infuriates members of Trans Community
05/03/19 17:12 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:Tensions have escalated between India and Pakistan, with India arguing that Pakistan harbors militant groups that support... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» Portrait Of: Boxer Patricio Manuel
05/03/19 08:00 from NPR: Latino USA Podcast
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Patricio Manuel is the first openly transgender boxer to ever fight professionally in the U.S. Despite the name, Patricio is not latino, he identifies as black, but he was raised in the Mexican-dominated b...

» Oxfam Reports from Yemen-World's Largest Humanitarian Crisis; As Ailing President Seeks Fifth Term, Algerians Demand Alternative; Wines Report: Japanese Beverages
04/03/19 20:23 from Worldview Podcast
On today's show:After four years of civil war in Yemen, the aid organization Oxfam America reports “some 12 million people are at risk of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

» The 'Orchid' Vs. 'The Dandelion': The Science Of Sensitive Kids
04/03/19 17:30 from NPR: Fresh Air Podcast
Pediatrician Thomas Boyce has treated children who seem to be completely unflappable and unfazed by their surroundings — as well as those who are extremely sensitive to their environments. Over the years, he began to liken these two type...

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