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Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs

J.A. Franklin, T.J. Pelham, Daniel French

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Are you wondering how a Christian should respond to current events? What are we to think about a world that appears to be going absolutely mad? How are we to discern the signs of the times? In this podcast, featuring The Reverend Thomas Pelham, The Reverend Daniel French, The Reverend Doctor J.A. Franklin and the occasional guest, we attempt to give some answers. Email us at irreverendpod@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter @irreverendpod or on Telegram at https://t.me/irreverendpod. We also hav ...
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Welcome to NewzKidz! A new weekly podcast covering global news stories and current affairs, presented by Rose, Zara, Aiza and Laurie - kids aged 8-11 years. Tune in to hear us talk about what's important in our world today, what's making the news headlines, and why kids should care. You can discuss our stories with your friends, parents and teachers, and let us know what you think.
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Current Affairs Taiwan

Current Affairs Taiwan

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Hosts Michael Turton (麥哲恩) and Courtney Donovan Smith (石東文) tackle recent Taiwan political news and give their analysis. Part of the Taiwan Report network at www.report.tw Visit our website - report.tw Facebook - facebook.com/thetaiwanreport Youtube - youtube.com/taiwanreport Twitter - twitter.com/taiwanreport
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Craft Beer & Current Affairs

Craft Beer & Current Affairs

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Each week we keep you updated on whats happening in the world......While also drinking and reviewing Craft Beer ......>>>>>> NEWS, POLITICS, TECH, ENTERNAINMENT - all mixed with CRAFT BEER .... what can go wrong right?
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Hey Fam, welcome to Breaking Talks. This is Parth Chakraborty, a musician from Kolkata, West Bengal living in Delhi NCR. And, in this funny podcast we will gossip about interesting random topics. My girl is from Gujarat and Mumbai and she will occasionally join us in the conversation. Our main focus would be current affairs, cracking news and politics, tips and tricks, relationship advice, career, education, history, music etc. There are endless possibilities to have a fun chat. isn't it? Yo ...
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Philanthropy is a problem. Lots of contemporary philanthropy is either useless (Rich people funding new buildings for Harvard) or shouldn't have to happen in the first place (Nonprofits fulfilling crucial social roles that the state doesn't take care of in the age of neoliberalism). The standard left critique of philanthropy is that we should redis…
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In this edition of the Slovakia Today programme, we bring you an interview with Michael Baum, the head of the political section of the British Embassy in Slovakia as well as an interview with Beáta Ničová, a majorette trainer in the gold-winning majorette club MK Flowers based in Prešov, eastern Slovakia.…
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In this edition of the Slovakia Today programme, we bring you an interview with Michael Baum, the head of the political section of the British Embassy in Slovakia as well as an interview with Beáta Ničová, a majorette trainer in the gold-winning majorette club MK Flowers based in Prešov, eastern Slovakia.…
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On this week’s Indigenous round table: legal limbo? Did the Supreme Court's recent rejection of Quebec’s constitutional challenge to Bill C-92 really cement the self-determination of Indigenous peoples on child welfare? Or did it seal in the status quo, one where the feds still hold all the cards and all the funds? A ruling described as “very beaut…
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Church of England revs with a difference, Jamie Franklin and Tom Pelham sit down to talk about the most significant happenings in church and state. This time: - Across the pond, for a look at how American evangelicalism is taking entertainment in church much farther than Canterbury Cathedral. - In the UK, Sadiq Khan goes all in for woke rebranding …
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In Episode 12 of Dystopian Fiction Has Been Moved to Current Affairs, Clare and Masha discuss the 2023 Netflix film, Leave the World Behind. As well as themes of cyber warfare, disinformation, privilege in the apocalypse, fear, and the place of trust, we also look at how to see off a f***load of deer, and whether people are really as dreadful as on…
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David Maddox is the political editor of Express Online. ***** Kevin and myself always appreciate feedback from listeners, we try to reply when we can, but Aengus Ryan send in a sound file, which is great cos I can include it in the podcast. I think this is an important question, and I think that […]William Campbell による
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Ben Pascoe talks space exploration with scientist/research engineer in space science and technology, member of International Academy of Astronautics, Dr. Jan Balaz at his workshop at the Department of Space Physics at the Slovak Academy of Sciences.
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Ben Pascoe talks space exploration with scientist/research engineer in space science and technology, member of International Academy of Astronautics, Dr. Jan Balaz at his workshop at the Department of Space Physics at the Slovak Academy of Sciences.RTVS による
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Thom Hartmann is America's #1 progressive radio host and the author of the "Hidden History" series of books. His latest, The Hidden History of American Democracy: Rediscovering Humanity’s Ancient Way of Living, encouragingly argues that democracy is the most natural form of organization. Drawing from examples from the animal kingdom to the Iroquois…
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In this show, we will present what the kitchens at the noble courts in the Kingdom of Hungary in the modern period looked like. We will commemorate the first ride of the tram from Bratislava to Vienna. We will provide travelling news and tips for trips around Slovakia. At the end of our show, we will continue with our Monday bonus feature called TO…
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In this show, we will present what the kitchens at the noble courts in the Kingdom of Hungary in the modern period looked like. We will commemorate the first ride of the tram from Bratislava to Vienna. We will provide travelling news and tips for trips around Slovakia. At the end of our show, we will continue with our Monday bonus feature called TO…
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Tara Isabella Burton is a novelist and the author of the new nonfiction book Self-Made: Creating Our Identities from Da Vinci to the Kardashians, a history of the rise of the idea of a curated self. Tara's book looks at the transition from seeing human beings as made by God to being made by our own individual wills. From Renaissance painters to the…
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While talking about her long-running research, Slovak Academy of Sciences academic Ivana Hostova gives her tips for Slovak poetry to be read in English. 2024 brings several changes into evaluation of quality design of quality Slovak books. Playing music in the memory of murdered couple - Jan Kuciak and Martina Kusnirova. Tips for culture invite Eng…
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While talking about her long-running research, Slovak Academy of Sciences academic Ivana Hostova gives her tips for Slovak poetry to be read in English. 2024 brings several changes into evaluation of quality design of quality Slovak books. Playing music in the memory of murdered couple - Jan Kuciak and Martina Kusnirova. Tips for culture invite Eng…
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Current Affairs has recently launched a new project: the Current Affairs News Briefing, a twice-weekly digest of important (and often neglected) news stories. We're really tired of having to sift through a mountain of clickbait and ads every morning to "find the news," so we're putting together our own alternative, which relays the things that matt…
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As Slovakia's manufacturing sector privatized and modernized, many hulking and once prosperous factories and mills were left rusting and forgotten. This was true for the Merina textile factory in Trencin. It may have survived two world wars and tremendous political upheaval, but it could not withstand the fierce competition from cheap, foreign text…
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As Slovakia's manufacturing sector privatized and modernized, many hulking and once prosperous factories and mills were left rusting and forgotten. This was true for the Merina textile factory in Trencin. It may have survived two world wars and tremendous political upheaval, but it could not withstand the fierce competition from cheap, foreign text…
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To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Ivan Bella’s trip to space Ben Pascoe talks to Ivan Bella, the first and so-far only Slovak to travel to space. He also talks with scientist and research engineer Dr. Ján Baláž and Vice-President of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Michal Brichta.…
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To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Ivan Bella’s trip to space Ben Pascoe talks to Ivan Bella, the first and so-far only Slovak to travel to space. He also talks with scientist and research engineer Dr. Ján Baláž and Vice-President of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Michal Brichta.…
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Benjamin Y. Fong is the associate director of the Center for Work & Democracy at Arizona State University and the author of the new book Quick Fixes: Drugs in America from Prohibition to the 21st Century Binge. From cigarettes to crack to opioids, Fong's book looks at how the United States became a country with a major drug habit. He talks about th…
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In this show, we will talk about history of Slovak cuisine, specifically in the modern period. We will provide travelling news and tips for trips around Slovakia. At the end of our show, we will continue with our Monday bonus feature called TOP SPOT.RTVS による
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In this show, we will talk about history of Slovak cuisine, specifically in the modern period. We will provide travelling news and tips for trips around Slovakia. At the end of our show, we will continue with our Monday bonus feature called TOP SPOT.
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Avi Shlaim is a distinguished historian and Emeritus Professor of International Relations at Oxford University. He is one of the Israeli "New Historians" whose pathbreaking work debunked some of Israel's most cherished national myths. Now he has written a fascinating memoir, Three Worlds: Memoirs of an Arab-Jew that challenges conventional understa…
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Church of England revs with a difference Jamie Franklin, Thomas Pelham, and Daniel French get together to review this week's biggest talking points. This time: - The Canterbury Cathedral rave in the nave causes widespread outrage, plus an interview with the counter-nave, prayer-protest organiser, plus what else is Canterbury Cathedral up to these d…
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Originally aired 7/23/2023. Get new episodes early at patreon.com/CurrentAffairs ! Today we have another in our Contentious Arguments series, as Nathan clashes with Christopher Rufo, the architect of the right's "critical race theory" moral panic and a close advisor of Ron DeSantis. Rufo has lately been criticized by the Foundation for Individual R…
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This episode, another ‘mini’ INDIGENA (the easy-peasy version of MEDIA INDIGENA)—one where the first item went way longer than anyone expected! Joining host/producer Rick Harp on Tuesday, February 6th were Kim TallBear (University of Alberta professor in the Faculty of Native Studies) and Candis Callison (UBC Associate Professor in the Institute fo…
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On the occasion of World Radio Day, RSI talked to Mirta Lourenco, Chief of Media Development and Media in Emergency at UNESCO, about the future of radio while keeping in mind its 100 years history. Adding to the debate is Cilla Benko, Vice-President of the EBU.
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