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Welcome to NewzKidz! A new weekly podcast covering global news stories and current affairs, presented by Rose (age 8) and Zara (age 10). 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.
 
Matt Kew and the Autosport editors bring you all the action from Formula E. They're in the paddock with the most comprehensive race reviews and analysis from Autosport Plus. We're joined every week for exclusive interviews with drivers and team personnel. Follow Matt: @matt_kew Follow Autosport: @autosport iTunes artwork: Designed by starline / Freepik
 
Thanks for listening to the Postal Affairs podcast! BCC Software recently acquired Satori Software from Quadient, and as a result, this podcast will no longer be updated. However, we’d like to encourage you to instead subscribe to the BCC Software podcast – Industry Corner – where we break down postal industry topics, explain the current state of the industry, and what it means for your business. You can listen today on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts Stitcher, or on Soundcloud. For more inf ...
 
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This episode was originally released on the bonus feed, but we've released it to all of you for free today! If you enjoyed this and want to hear more like this, please consider subscribing to our Patreon. For just $5 a month, you'll get access to two Current Affairs episodes per week, and the warm fuzzy feeling that you're supporting our show and h…
 
This week on NewzKidz we talk about the US Election, the latest news about the Coronavirus pandemic, how NASA is trying to put a mobile phone network on the moon, why slime might be good for us, and what Unblocktober is all about. Lastly, Zara reviews one of her recent reads, “When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit”.…
 
Beyond borders: It’s the shot that continues to be heard across time and states. And it was roughly 10 years ago that an un-licensed Sinixt hunter named Rick Desautel took down an elk in what’s now called British Columbia, thus landing himself in provincial court. Thing is, he lives in what’s now called Washington state, south of a dividing line th…
 
John Hamill is a long-time secular campaigner and participates in the Free Thought Prophet. We talked about his epic Freedom of Information request. ***** You can see there that John’s story tells a pretty damning tale about the attitude of the Department of Education and Skills, as it’s now called, towards the Freedom of Information […] The post H…
 
Danubian limes could have already been listed on the UNESCO world heritage list. What is the reason for the delay? And what are the limes actually? Bratislava has its thirds bikesharing - the pink bikes. Bratislava's cyclocoordinator and an cycling activist explain what are their specifics.
 
Daniel Raiskin, the new principal conductor, and Juraj Bubnáš, programming manager of the Slovak Philharmonic, invite us to the opening online concert of the 2020/2021 season, sharing their work experience in this time of pandemic. The Slovak Film Commission was established to promote Slovakia as a cool film production hub and location abroad. Will…
 
The Rhode Island Political Cooperative is a grassroots organization that just ran a slate of 24 progressive candidates across Rhode Island's state legislature, of which two-thirds either won their primaries or ran unopposed. Even if you don't live in Rhode Island, their strategy provides an exciting blueprint for transforming state governments. To …
 
After the regular news bulletin, we will turn our focus to the pre-election situation in the USA as seen through the eyes of Martin Rajec - Slovak journalist, who was based in Washington, D.C. for several years. He served first as a war correspondent, then as a stable correspondent for the Slovak public braodcaster from the States. After 16 years, …
 
Baked goods are foods made from dough or batter and cooked by baking. Salted meats are therefore not baked goods unless baked in a dough or batter. Books mentioned in the revolution section include: The Gods Are Thirsty by Tanith Lee: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gods_Are_Thirsty_(Tanith_Lee) The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas K…
 
News and Topical Issue. In today’s show we will look at a green initiative by the Slovak Film Commission that aims to inspire Slovak producers to create more sustainable movies. How to achieve this goal and what is the current situation with green movies in Slovakia? We discussed it with Zuzana Bieliková. Then we will discuss the principles of a ci…
 
News and Topical issue. The reform of mental health "sector" in Slovakia. Businesses struggling with the new restrictions imposed in an attempt to slowdown the spread of the coronavirus.
 
This episode was originally posted for Patreon subscribers only, but as the election draws closer, we are now releasing it to everyone.Current Affairs editor Nathan Robinson is in favour of voting for Biden. Current Affairs contributor Benjamin Studebaker is against voting for Biden. Together, they debate what the left should do at the ballot box c…
 
This week the NewzKidz update listeners on the latest news on the Coronavirus pandemic, coral depletion across the Great Barrier Reef due to climate change, the Mars Opposition, World Mental Health Day, how Ada Lovelace Day celebrates the achievements of women in STEM, and the Earthshot Prize launched by Prince William and Sir David Attenborough.…
 
With the Supreme Court very much in the news cycle, Oren speaks to Yale professor of law and history, Samuel Moyn, about why we should not "pack the court", as many leftists call for, but instead end the court as we know it.Sam Moyn's article in The New Republic: https://newrepublic.com/article/159710/supreme-court-reform-court-packing-diminish-pow…
 
News and Topical Issue. RERUN: Today, we are going to discover one of the most beautiful villages in Slovakia, Bošáca. Bošáca village that stretches along the Bošáca valley in the White Carpathians is well known for its fruit orchards and one of the most famous Slovak distillates Bošácka Slivovica made from plums. Our personal guide today is going …
 
It’s a gut-wrenching, even agonizing video. As a distraught, bed-ridden Joyce Echaquan pleads for help, a nearby nurse and an orderly at a Quebec hospital do not seem particularly concerned with her condition. "You're stupid as hell," one can be heard saying in French: the other tells the mother of seven she’s made bad choices in life, asking what …
 
Back in April, we interviewed animal rights lawyer Asher Smith about his battles against notorious animal collector Joe Exotic. Six months later, a lot has happened. Sparky, Allegra and Nick catch up with Asher on what's new in the world of private zoos, and what happens when you try and take lions away from someone who really wants to keep the lio…
 
RSI's interviewed the ex-wife of Rudolf Vrba, one of the Holocaust survivors who reported on atrocities in Auschwitz, who died Oct 2, 2020, at the age of 92 in Great Britain. RSI correspondent Kamila Šebestová sending in piece of music so needed in the time of COVID-19 restrictions.
 
Following the news overview we will speak to a French author Lola Gruber, who is working on a book about the situation in Czechoslovakia during 1950s. Then we will meet hikers, who spend almost every weekend in the mountains. Every October they climb up the same hill: Choč. And in our sport news segment we will look back at the international footba…
 
The second annual ESET Science Award, which this week will go to one of five finalists doing scientific work in Slovakia, will be presented by the 2017 Nobel laureate for Physics. Jonathan McCormick speaks with the Science Award's main organiser Paulína Böhmerová just ahead of Wednesday's ceremony, about the achievements of these finalists and the …
 
This week we will be talking about the second wave of Coronavirus and Donald Trump’s recovery from Covid-19, how musicians in the UK have been protesting about the impact of Coronavirus on their livelihoods, how the UK is increasing its use of wind energy, a new Harry Potter Statue, Nobel Prizes, and the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.…
 
New sounds of the city. One of Canada’s largest centres—amiskwaciy-wâskahikan (aka Edmonton)—could be on the verge of Indigenizing the nomenclature of its political sub-divisions. Drawing on languages such as Blackfoot and Cree, the suite of newly-proposed names for Edmonton's 12 wards were recently voted on by city council, with a two-thirds major…
 
News and Topical Issue. In today’s show we are going to discuss the situation with hoaxes, fake news and disinformation in Slovakia with information security specialist Tomáš Kriššák. In the second part of today’s programming, the topic will get a little bit lighter since we are going to present you with the 8th round of the UNESCO competition. Thi…
 
In this part of our series tracing the work of this significant rose breeder, we will present to you … the roses. Featuring Jana Salatova, garden designer, Ivana Sarvasova and Vladimir Jezovic, Arboretum Borová hora, Peter Hoťka, Arboretum Mlyňany - Slovak Academy of Sciences, Charles Quest-Ritson, historian and author of RHS Encyclopedia of roses …
 
Following the daily news bulletin we will speak on the show about the life and work of Marína Paulíny - an unknown Slovak diplomat and humanitarian worker, who died 75 years ago in a plane crash. The Slovak embassy in London recently refurbished her tombstone at the Brookwood cemetery near London. Then we will look on the problems Slovak elite spor…
 
It's a Supreme Court special, and also a dudes special—for the first time in CA history, we accidentally ended up with a panel that's 100% men. Talk about cars, muscles and David Foster Wallace emphatically does not ensue. Instead, the team talks about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, abolishing the court, and what makes a 'good' Supreme Court Justice. This wa…
 
It is projected that in the not-too-distant future, a new type of computer technology called “quantum computing” will be so powerful that it will be able to break through much of our current internet security and thus gain access to our online accounts – including potentially email, social networking and bank accounts. Jonathan McCormick speaks wit…
 
News and Topical issue.What's the impact of information chaos regarding restrictive measures to slow-down the spread of the new coronavirus on people's trust in authorities?. How do Public Health Offices manage the current epidemic?
 
"If You Give A Mouse A Cookie? Could've been written by Ayn Rand."Eli and Nathan speak to author Jacob Kramer and illustrator K-Fai Steele about their new book Okapi Tale, a book about ownership and justice for children. We had a little audio trouble with some of this episode, but we're changing our systems so we can improve the listening experienc…
 
This week Zara updates listeners on the news that Donald Trump has tested positive for Covid-19, and covers the latest on the Coronavirus pandemic. Rose explains what happened at last week's chaotic US Election debate, and reviews recent research on plant extinction rates. Aiza talks about International Teachers' Day, and Rose interviews her class …
 
Yasmin Nair and Lyta Gold talk publishing scandals, "authenticity", cultural appropriation, feminism and more. This episode was recorded a little while back, but it doesn't devalue the conversation because variations on the specific events they describe occur over and over again, on a weekly basis, forever.This episode was edited by Dan Thorn of Pi…
 
News and Topical Issue. In the first part of today’s programming, we are going to take a close look at the main topics that Slovak ministers plan to include in the Slovak Recovery Plan in order to be able to draw money from the Next Generation EU financial package that should help European countries recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.And then, in t…
 
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