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Chut! Radio

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Chut! est un magazine trimestriel diffusé en kiosques, librairies et sur notre boutique en ligne (https://echoppe.chut.media/). Pour permettre plus d'accessibilité et de confort de lecture, Chut! Radio vous propose ici plusieurs articles issus de chacun de nos magazines, au format sonore : une expérience immersive que l'on vous suggère l'utilisation au casque pour une écoute optimale. Chut! et bonne écoute. Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/fr/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'infor ...
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Odd Articles

Rosie Benitez

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Welcome to Odd Articles. A podcast where we find weird articles and I read them and give my personal opinion and explain how I feel about it. Cover art photo provided by Alex Iby on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@alexiby
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Amazing Articles

Amazing Articles

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Amazing Articles is a podcast of long form articles (ie 3,000+ words) converted into audio format. Please suggest articles for us to convert into audio at: http://www.fivefivetwo.net/ Podcast at: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/amazing-articles/id1041773081 If you would like to contact us please do so at: http://www.fivefivetwo.net/ Thanks
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Who hasn't been sucked down a Wikipedia rabbit hole and thought to themselves: "they should make a movie about this"? Well now they are! Well, not really. But host Greg Miller and guests are talking about it on "Wikipedia Articles That Should Be Movies" or WATSBM ("Watsbim")
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Each month, we produce a selection of audio narrated versions of some of The XV's most popular editorial articles so you can enjoy the best of The XV on the go, in the gym or on your commute to work. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Whether you are just beginning your healing journey or are well on your way to total well-being, you will find a wealth of information and recorded experiences here to support your efforts. You’ll learn ways to optimize health and performance for yourself, friends, or clients/patients as well as how to apply these tools at a family, community, or global level. You will find articles by Dr. Miller, conversations with remarkable people, free meditations, and audio and video recordings for self ...
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Articles of Linguistics

Khalil & Sean

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(We are now on Lybsyn) As humans we must understand the limits of our wisdom and ask questions to expand our knowledge for full understanding of life. We know the best way to do this is to expose yourself to anything and learn directly from people involved in situation. Providing a lighter perspective on recurrences or patterns in our every day life, we want to bring you guys one the best podcasts available because of our outlook on life as a 'millennial'. So please tune in, and give it a li ...
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Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse was an English comic writer who enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years. Best known today for the Jeeves and Blanding Castle novels and short stories, Wodehouse was also a talented playwright and lyricist who was part author and writer of fifteen plays and of 250 lyrics for some thirty musical comedies.
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After nearly a week of temperatures in the mid-20s Celsius, Czechs are having to put their winter coats back on as the weather dips below freezing. But the sudden change doesn’t only impact our clothing choice – it has an even more detrimental effect on the crops that have begun to grow and respond to the warm temperatures. To understand more, I sp…
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I trust you will hear the recoded message AND read this document. You need this information in your heart so you are not led astray by strange doctrines that have found their way into numerous churches and ministries. Those that require ritual commandment keeping of Christians, and those that deny keeping moral commandments in Christendom are all i…
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A new monument honouring the courage of those who fought in the May 1945 Prague Uprising has been selected in a public competition and will be erected in the Bubeneč district. It will replace a statue of the Soviet Army commander Ivan Konev, which was removed in 2020.
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When your child isn’t feeling well, the next step any parent would take after over the counter medicine would be a paediatrician – but that’s not so easy any more in Czechia. Today, many Czech parents don’t have a general practitioner for their child, meaning more end up going to emergency rooms for more minor issues, causing a backlog in hospitals…
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Amid growing warnings about the downside of AI, the Czech Justice Ministry is proposing an amendment to the law that would make deep fake porn a criminal offense. The amendment would make it easier for victims to defend themselves and act as a deterrent to those ready to abuse it.
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Czechia’s Minister of Education Mikuláš Bek recently expressed his support for implementing education about the LGBTQ+ community into the country’s secondary school curriculum. If applied, the move would be a step towards members of the LGBTQ+ community feeling more included and visible, HateFree Culture’s Lukáš Houdek told me.…
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Following talks with US President Joe Biden on Monday, Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala visited the US Congress on Tuesday meeting with House Speaker Mike Johnson and a number of Democrat and Republican lawmakers ahead of a crucial vote on funding for Ukraine.
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Písek, a South Bohemian town of around 30,000 inhabitants, was an important town in the Middle Ages and has a well-preserved medieval centre with six churches and a partly preserved Gothic castle, rebuilt into the town hall and a brewery. Known as a centre of education, it also is home to a number of important schools.…
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A telescope in the Štefánik Observatory on Prague’s Petřín hill has been returned after underdoing extensive repairs in Germany for two years. The telescope, which was first placed in the observatory in 1930, allows visitors to observe the moon, planets, and even the Sun during the day. Magdalena Hrnkova, a specialist at the Observatory, told me mo…
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Support for Ukraine in the face of Moscow’s aggression was among the main items on the agenda when the Czech prime minister, Petr Fiala, was welcomed at the White House by US President Joe Biden on Monday. Indeed Mr. Fiala told his host he remembered Russian tanks on Czech streets – and did not wish to see them again.…
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The Jewish Museum in Prague has joined an international project called the Library of Lost Books. It invites readers from all over the world to help track down the thousands of books that once belonged to the Higher Institute for Jewish Studies in Berlin, one of the world’s most important Jewish libraries before the Second World War.…
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About one million people live on the poverty line here in Czechia – that’s nearly one tenth of the country’s population. This past weekend, a spring food collection was hosted by the Czech Federation of Food Banks and will continue to accept donations online till the end of the month. I asked the Federation’s spokesperson, Vendula Seifertová, to te…
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Czechia joined international condemnation of Iran's strikes on Israel on Saturday night, backing Israel’s right to self-defense and expressing concern regarding a further destabilization of the region. The worsening global security situation is expected to be high on the agenda of Monday’s meeting between US President Joe Biden and Czech Prime Mini…
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The Mriya International Film Festival will take place in Prague on Saturday, screening films made by Ukrainian directors while raising funds for the country. The festival had its premiere back in 2022 in Toronto, Canada, and the founder and organizer Kateryna Horina told me more about its expansion across Europe.…
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The Prague Zoo has announced the birth of a critically endangered western lowland gorilla cub. The baby gorilla, whose sex still remains unknown, was born to 30-year-old mother Kijivu and 26-year-old father Kisumu in the early hours of Friday morning. It is already the second gorilla cub born in the zoo this year. A female named Mobi was born at th…
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Travelling along Route 66, riding free by plane, going to a casino and taking part in a beer run. These are just some of the many adventures Czech traveller Vojtěch Pechar experienced on a hitchhiking trip across the United States, during which he didn’t spend a cent of his own money. He spent three months travelling from New York to San Francisco,…
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The Czech government has officially acknowledged the term "antigypsyism" with the aim of curbing discrimination towards Roma people in the country. But what does the term mean, and how will its use effect change? I asked human rights activist Gwendolyn Albert.
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The Czech statute books are set for a significant change. After a lower house debate on Wednesday rape will be defined as non-consensual sex, rather than the current forcible sex. The new bill also gives greater protection to the under 12s in this area.
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Czech President Petr Pavel travels to Vilnius on Thursday for a summit of the Three Seas Initiative, which aims to boost connections between countries by the Baltic, Adriatic and Black seas. But why is the landlocked Czechia involved? And what will be the focus of the gathering in Lithuania?
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The name Vlasta Kálalová Di Lotti might not mean very much to you – even many Czechs have not heard of her. But the woman with the exotic-sounding name was decidedly one of the most fascinating figures of the First Republic and had an incredible life story that deserves to be more widely known. Not only a female surgeon at a time when this was extr…
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With European Parliament elections around the corner, Czechs are gearing up to head to the polls. But how do Czechs, specifically younger ones, feel about the EU and Czechia’s membership? That’s a question that Czech Radio reporter Anna Urbanová set out to answer based on data from a new study , and I spoke with her about it in our studios.…
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