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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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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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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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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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Get new episodes early at patreon.com/CurrentAffairs! John Ghazvinian is the leading historian of U.S.-Iranian relations, the author of the indispensable study America and Iran: A History, 1720 to the Present. His book shows how opportunities for positive relations between the U.S. and the Iranian people have been repeatedly squandered. From instal…
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Dystopian Fiction Has Been Moved to Current Affairs is back! Masha and Clare have returned from our summer break, and we have a new episode out for you on the tv drama Fallout (Amazon Prime). In this episode, we discuss depiction of post-nuclear apocalypse, and the formation of societies within this. We talk about the Golden Rule vs immoral lawless…
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The MEDIA INDIGENA 2024 Summer Series—our classic compendia of collected, connected conversations drawn from our voluminous eight-year archive—begins with the first in a five-part compilation, 'Why Canada Needs Natives Needy,' a wide-ranging rundown of all the ways this country has produced and perpetuates Indigenous dependency. And here in round o…
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From the London offices of Hodder Faith Daniel interviews publishing director Andy Lyon super fan of Irreverend and editor for Daniel's upcoming book. They discuss the loss of the Bible in the culture and the importance of books per se particularly physical print. This is a special episode while Tom is on paternity and Jamie is on holiday. Support …
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News overview: Yet another amendment to the Penal Code, but probably not the last one. EP holds its first plenary session. President dismisses two members of the Judicial Council. SK20EU: Sweden. Competition Pt. 2.
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Get new episodes early at patreon.com/CurrentAffairs ! With antiwar protests jeopardizing a Democratic president's reelection and an upcoming party convention in Chicago, 2024 has some eerie echoes of one of the world's most tumultuous years: 1968. Perhaps by revisiting that year we can better understand our own time. To see what lessons it holds, …
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In this part of the series produced on the occasion of 20 years of Slovakia's membership in the EU, Kerstin Plashke Jakubik talks about common history and present ties between Austria and Slovakia. Foreign visitors of the best medium sized festival in Europe give their stories on the thunderstorm that caused the premature end to the event.…
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In this part of the series produced on the occasion of 20 years of Slovakia's membership in the EU, Kerstin Plashke Jakubik talks about common history and present ties between Austria and Slovakia. Foreign visitors of the best medium sized festival in Europe give their stories on the thunderstorm that caused the premature end to the event.…
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This edition of the Slovakia Today programme introduces Slovenia as a part of the "20 years of Slovakia in the European Union" project. Next up is Júlia Kozáková and Ján Rigo from the band Manuša.STVR
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This edition of the Slovakia Today programme introduces Slovenia as a part of the "20 years of Slovakia in the European Union" project. Next up is Júlia Kozáková and Ján Rigo from the band Manuša.
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Get new episodes early at patreon.com/CurrentAffairs ! Jeet Heer has written two major essays about the intellectual legacy of the New Republic magazine’s 70s-2000s heyday. The first, from 2015, excavates the magazine’s history of racism and its role in Clinton-era “welfare reform” and in pushing Charles Murray and Richard Herrnstein’s The Bell Cur…
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Ben Pascoe reports from the recent Start With Children conference in Bratislava. This week he talks to experts on cycling and walking as well as with Anna Symington-Maar, founder and CEO of Rozmanita, an NGO focused on helping schools in Slovakia to work with children and their communities.STVR
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Ben Pascoe reports from the recent Start With Children conference in Bratislava. This week he talks to experts on cycling and walking as well as with Anna Symington-Maar, founder and CEO of Rozmanita, an NGO focused on helping schools in Slovakia to work with children and their communities.
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In this show, Paťka is going to talk about theatre play series that were recently translated into English. This production is about Generation Z and the issues these young people have to face on every day basis, which includes hoaxes, social media, body image among others. Paťka talks to some of the actors and also creators of the piece called Fant…
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In this show, Paťka is going to talk about theatre play series that were recently translated into English. This production is about Generation Z and the issues these young people have to face on every day basis, which includes hoaxes, social media, body image among others. Paťka talks to some of the actors and also creators of the piece called Fant…
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Get new episodes early at patreon.com/CurrentAffairs ! Jonathan Kozol is one of the leading critics of the U.S. education system, having written a series of widely acclaimed books across a 60-year career, including Savage Inequalities, The Shame of the Nation, and Letters to a Young Teacher. Today he joins to discuss his new book An End to Inequali…
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News overview: Slovak President at NATO summit in Washington. Prime Minister Robert Fico back at work as he recovers after the assassination attempt. Penal Code amended again to respond to reservations by European Commission. Slovak animation abroad. Interview with Fest Anča International Animation Festival programme director Jakub Spevák. Making S…
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News overview: Slovak President at NATO summit in Washington. Prime Minister Robert Fico back at work as he recovers after the assassination attempt. Penal Code amended again to respond to reservations by European Commission. Slovak animation abroad. Interview with Fest Anča International Animation Festival programme director Jakub Spevák. Making S…
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Get new episodes early at patreon.com/CurrentAffairs! Anne Kim's book Poverty For Profit: How Corporations Get Rich Off America's Poor gives a partial answer to an enduring question: how come we spend so much trying to solve poverty but poverty persists? One major reason, Kim argues, is that parasitic for-profit industries suck a lot of the money o…
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Church of England revs with a difference Jamie Franklin and Daniel French sit down to talk about the biggest stories in church and state, this time paying special attention to Labour's win in the General Election. We discuss: The post-election mood: how are things different from the last Labour turnaround in '97 and is the most underwhelming genera…
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In this part of the series, we talk about how another of its partners in EU membership changed over the course of 20 years since Slovakia joined the EU. Today, young members of the Slovak expat community in Nadlak along with Chief European Prosecutor Laura Kovesi will be talking about Romania. Music by Subcarpati to be heard too.…
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In this part of the series, we talk about how another of its partners in EU membership changed over the course of 20 years since Slovakia joined the EU. Today, young members of the Slovak expat community in Nadlak along with Chief European Prosecutor Laura Kovesi will be talking about Romania. Music by Subcarpati to be heard too.…
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In May this year, a group of scientists, managers, and stakeholders descended upon the Tatra mountains for a three-day workshop. These attendees were gathering as part of an innovative Horizon Europe project called WildE. The aim of the project is to understand the impact of wilderness on local environments, the climate, and the people who depend o…
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In May this year, a group of scientists, managers, and stakeholders descended upon the Tatra mountains for a three-day workshop. These attendees were gathering as part of an innovative Horizon Europe project called WildE. The aim of the project is to understand the impact of wilderness on local environments, the climate, and the people who depend o…
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Get new episodes early at patreon.com/CurrentAffairs! Thomas Sowell may be the best-selling economics writer of our time. For decades, the Hoover Institution pundit has published books and columns introducing economic concepts to a popular audience. He has been acclaimed as a genius and maverick whose insights are ignored by the academy because the…
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On this week’s round table—the last all-new episode before our summer series launches—the second half of our special live on location look at Indigenous-led genomics. Recorded at the Global Indigenous Leadership in Genomics Symposium at UBC back in May, part one brought us the basics of genomics, how it differs from genetics, and how Indigenous gen…
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Get new episodes early at patreon.com/CurrentAffairs! Steven Thrasher is a professor of journalism at Northwestern University and the author of The Viral Underclass: The Human Toll When Inequality and Disease Collide. He has also recently been present at the Columbia protests over Gaza. He joins today to discuss what he saw at the protests, before …
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In this Monday show, as a part of the RTVS cycle on 20 years of Slovakia in the EU, Patka is going to talk about yet another country and its relation to Slovakia - Portugal. In the second half of the show, you are going to hear about a recent problem occuring in Slovak pharmacies -- the lack of a drug Ozempic and potential threat for diabetics.…
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