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The Age of Napoleon Podcast

Everett Rummage

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The Age of Napoleon is a history podcast about the life and career of Napoleon Bonaparte as well as the general context of Europe between the early eighteenth and early nineteenth century. It is about big trends and the grand sweep of history, as well as the smaller, individual stories that bring them to life.
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The Age Of Iron Podcast

Daniel Kubik

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Du suchst nach tiefgründigen Informationen bezüglich Bodybuilding, Naturalbodybuilding und rund um das Thema Contest Prep? Dann bist du hier genau richtig! Der "The Age OF Iron Podcast" beschäftigt sich genau mit diesen Themen. Die Hosts Daniel Kubik und Tobias Büchner sprechen in den Episoden über ihre Erfahrungen als Coaches & Athleten über angepasstes Training, Ernährung sowie Supplements und Regeneration. Darüber hinaus beinhalten die Folgen wichtige Informationen und Erfahrungsberichte ...
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The Age Old Question is an insightful and hilarious podcast for the music fan who has ever debated music's unanswerables. Each episode tackles another debate in music fandom ("Is D Minor the saddest of all keys?" "Why do people hate the Eagles?"...). Rich Price and Clint Bierman host and call on friends and experts to help settle them once and for all. Part of Pantheon Podcasts.
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”Dual Horizons” emerges at the confluence of spirituality and technology, exploring the symbiotic relationship between these realms. Led by the visionary founders of Inner Light Agency, Wolf Krammel and Delia Cuevas, this podcast delves into the heart of where ethereal meets digital. Each episode, featuring esteemed guests from diverse backgrounds, unpacks the profound ways technology—especially AI—can enhance spiritual practices and vice versa. ”Dual Horizons” invites listeners to redefine ...
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Jennifer Nizza knows what it means to discern — and confront — evil. Once trapped on the hampster wheel of the New Age for 25 years, she was radically saved out of the occult and bondage by Jesus Christ. Nizza was a psychic medium and a teacher of the occult, and, as a result, was demonically oppressed. She taught topics such as: the law of attraction, past life regression, automatic writing, tarot, and mediumship. Despite being deeply rooted in the occult, at the age of 36, she cried out to ...
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The Age Sage

Robert J. LaCosta

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Seniors to seniors…Whether Generation Z, Millennial, Boomer or beyond, the common denominators of every stage of life is explored as host Robert J. LaCosta interviews seniors about how they got to where they are and how they are continuing to crush-it in their mature years. LaCosta is known as THE Senior Editor because he has interviewed seniors for the past three decades and is perhaps the longest-running writer in this narrowest of niches. This podcast affords him the opportunity to pass a ...
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Emily Maitlis, Jon Sopel and Lewis Goodall – three of the UK’s top journalists – host an award-winning daily news podcast: The News Agents. They’re not just here to tell you what's happening, but why. Expect astute analysis and explanation of the day's news – and a healthy dose of scepticism and the ability to laugh at it all when needed. Episodes are available every weekday afternoon. You can listen to The News Agents on Alexa, just say "Alexa ask Global Player to play The News Agents" The ...
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Thriving in the Age of Disruption

Dr. Ramesh Ramachandra

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Dr. Ramesh Ramachandra reveals all of her business and personal growth strategies, explores the entrepreneurial and crisis-ready mindset and shares innovation tips and tricks so you can survive and thrive in today’s age of disruption. You too can have the essential skills, freedom and time to do what you love, whether it's starting your own business, driving the family business, building a social enterprise or working for others in a small local business to leading large multinational corpor ...
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Pump up your self-confidence, stop caring about what other people think, and focus on being your authentic self - while laughing so hard you might snort. The Age Inappropriately Show is a weekly video podcast hosted by Mandi Blackford – the cheeky glam ma’am behind the Champagne Fabulous brand of gifts and home décor. Have you ever been told you were too old/fat/____ to do something? Or stopped yourself from trying things because others wouldn’t think it was ”appropriate”? Mandi shares how s ...
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The Age of Consent

Narrative Matters

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In your own words, how would you define consent? It turns out that’s quite a difficult question. In this series we will explore our ideas about consent, where they’ve come from and how we tend to use them, particularly in our laws, and how these ideas have evolved both legally and socially.
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The Age Gap Podcast

The Age Gap Podcast

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Join Dave and Archie on a journey into Philosophy, Business, Shopkeeping, People and anything else you can imagine! Unlike no other podcast, The Age Gap explores every aspect of life, people, business and philosophy, all in one show!
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Actor Blake Lively talks about The Age of Adaline. The film stars Blake as a woman who miraculously remains 29 years old for almost eight decades. Desperate to keep her secret safe, she doesn’t allow herself to get close to anyone until she falls for a charismatic young man who reignites her passion for life.
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This is The Age Grouper Triathlon and Multisport Podcast. Join Jeff and Eric, two regular 30-34 year old triathletes from the heart of the Midwest, in the kind of conversation that only age-groupers can appreciate. We explore the everyday issues that we face as swimmers, cyclists, and runners. If you're part of any age-group, you've found the right podcast!
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Join Emily Maitlis and Jon Sopel in a weekly podcast that unpicks everything you need to know about the world of US politics - all of it delivered with Emily and Jon’s astute analysis, world-class insight and wry sense of humour. Episodes are available every Tuesday/Wednesday. The News Agents USA is a Global Player Original podcast and production. For advertising opportunities on this podcast email: dax@global.com
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Growing Up, the Age of Your Emotions podcast is a place for you to recognize at what level or age you engage with others. Most often our feelings, interactions, or reactions are based on past experiences. The current situations or engagement brings to light what we may have buried, or thought had been resolved. This is not a therapy session, nor do we give advice on what you should or should not do. We do discuss events and ask "What is the age of that or your emotion?" Join us as you will f ...
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The Urbanist Agenda

Not Just Bikes

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A podcast by the creator of the popular YouTube channel Not Just Bikes, The Urbanist Agenda is an exploration of the latest topics in urban planning and urban mobility from your favourite urbanist YouTubers. Each month we'll put another important topic on the agenda and pull back the curtain to discover how online urbanists plot and scheme to make cities work better for everyone.
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News with The Age

The Age and Sydney Morning Herald

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Welcome to News with The Age, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Melbourne everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Age brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia’s most authoritative newsroom.
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'distanced.' is about life in the age of the Coronavirus. Half of humanity is under lockdown due to COVID-19. We can't meet people in real life. distanced. calls a person from a new city every episode to get some insight into what they are experiencing during this unprecedented time. The goal of 'distanced.' is to try to make sense of life under COVID-19 and provide some light at the end of the tunnel - when will it end? Is what you are feeling and experiencing normal?
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Gabby Logan and Mark Chapman, two of the UK’s best sports broadcasters, host a brand new twice-weekly podcast exploring the stories behind the sports... Drawing on their wealth of experience and insight, with exclusive interviews and expert analysis, Gabby & Mark tackle the big issues and explain not just what’s happening, but why. They'll also bring a healthy dose of humour when needed too. And it's not just about the football, The Sports Agents will bring you inside the greatest sporting e ...
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The Age of Enfrightenment

The Age of Enfrightenment

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Earth has become a much smaller place. The mysteries of our planet are being slowly killed by the march of progress. Yet fear remains a constant of the human condition. It is the most basic of our emotions. It is what ties us all together and perpetually tears us apart. And we find fear fascinating. Twice a month the Age of Enfrightenment podcast will shed some light on the dark corners of the world and investigate the things that keep us up at night. Come along as we examine mysteries of th ...
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A IS FOR ANTHROPOCENE: Living in the Age of Humanity

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

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A is for Anthropocene: Living in the Age of Humanity is a bi-weekly podcast that digs into the multitude of questions about human impact on our planet. Host Sloan MacRae and Steve Tonsor interview experts in science and the arts to tackle tough issues like climate change and species decline without giving up hope that we can still leave the Earth in excellent condition for generations to come.
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Bulfinch’s Mythology, first published in 1855, is one of the most popular collections of mythology of all time. It consists of three volumes: The Age of Fable, The Age of Chivalry, and Legends of Charlemagne. This is a recording of the tenth edition of the first volume, The Age of Fable. It contains many Greek and Roman myths, including simplified versions of The Iliad and The Odyssey, as well as a selection of Norse and “eastern” myths. Thomas Bulfinch’s goal was to make the ancient myths a ...
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Are you a parent or a carer of children and wondering how you can best navigate the challenges of COVID-19? Parenting in the age of coronavirus is a new podcast from the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, supported by Medibank. Child health experts will discuss the challenges parents are facing, and explore how you can best support yourself and your children so they can continue to learn, thrive and develop. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and tell your ...
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On In the Age of Technology, matchmaker and dating coach Danita Walton explores what it means to live a rich life. With the rapid adoption of cutting edge technology, we’re supposedly more connected than ever before. We can start romantic relationships, create artistic masterpieces with the touch of a button, and build a multimillion dollar company, all without leaving the comfort of our homes. But overall we’re a society of lonely, depressed, sick and anxious people. Sure, life is easier no ...
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Thomas Bulfinch (July 15, 1796 – May 27, 1867) explains the his work is “an attempt tell the stories of mythology in such a manner as to make them a source of amusement. We have endeavored to tell them correctly, according to the ancient authorities, so that when the reader finds them referred to he may not be at a loss to recognize the reference. Thus we hope to teach mythology not as a study, but as a relaxation from study; to give our work the charm of a story-book, yet by means of it to ...
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The Agenda with Steve Paikin is TVO's flagship current affairs program - devoted to exploring the social, political, cultural and economic issues that are changing our world, at home and abroad. The Agenda airs weeknights at 8:00 PM EST on TVO - Canada's largest educational broadcaster.
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A Universalist book, The Age of Reason advocates for the existence of natural religion and challenges the structure of all organized religion. First written and distributed as pamphlets, the book was later published into two parts. Paine puts forward his personal beliefs, debating reason and revelation, while analyzing the Bible and the influence organized religion has on society. Exploring topics including natural religion, criticism of corrupt religious institutions, and distinction betwee ...
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The Royal Canadian Mint is where Canadian coins are made. It makes circulation coins and precious metal products, such as bullion bars and coins, and collector coins. But in the digital age, what role will the Mint play? Jeyan Jeganathan meets with the team in Ottawa to find out and gets to see how some of the precious metal products are made. See …
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DACH Naturalbodybuilding, Bodybuilding, Germany, Fitness Time Taps: 00:00:00 Intro 00:04:30 Marcos Hexenschuss 00:15:30 Ramon und Julien im Vergleich 00:17:00 Die Entwicklung der letzten Jahre im DACH Bodybuilding 00:29:00 Die kommenden Wettkämpfe in diesem Jahr Instagram Daniel Kubik:https://www.instagram.com/danielkbk_/?hl=de Youtube Daniel Kubik…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint celebrate the songs that celebrate other bands - the greatest references that one band or artist makes to another band or artist. Sometimes it's a tribute and act of reverence...sometimes it's a diss and a slam. Bands and artists discussed in this episode include Bruce Springsteen, Wheatus, David Bowie, Phish, Van Mo…
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Join Dr. Ramesh and Chrystie Dao, an inspiring entrepreneur and venture builder with a rich, multicultural background. Chrystie shares her compelling journey from fleeing Vietnam as a refugee child, to carving out a successful international career in banking and tech entrepreneurship. Thriving in different cities from Sydney, London to Singapore, a…
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Did the “Tiananmen Square never happened” tweets fool you? It wouldn’t have if you had seen Shen Yun. America can become even more greater by electing the best rich guy for the job. Our problems aren’t so hard to fix when all the answers just seem to keep falling right in our lap. Topics include: help promote the show, different sources of content …
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Join us as we dive into a transformative conversation with Molly Schreiber, founder of Challenge to Change Inc. Molly shares her journey of integrating mindfulness into education, empowering children and educators through yoga, meditation, and wellness practices. Discover how technology and mindfulness can synergize to foster a balanced, conscious,…
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Jenn is joined by Dawn Hill from Lovesick Scribe ministry. Together they dive into how Christians should approach "gray area" issues including whether believers should drink Starbucks or shop at places that promote witchcraft. They also discuss the "Jezebel" spirit and how Christians should respond. FOLLOW JENN NIZZA: - Follow Jenn on Instagram - F…
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The Spanish uprising was a disaster for France. Napoleon tried to shore up his diplomatic situation but found himself undermined by a surprising new enemy. Cameo appearances by José de San Martín and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesEverett Rummage
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As Palestinian Muslims contend with the horrors of ongoing war and violence overseas, friends and family here at home struggle to maintain their sense of hope and peace. Aishah Ashraf talks with Shaykh Hosam Helal and Dalia Hashim of ISNA Canada to learn how a bustling Mississauga Mosque supports their community at a time of utter devastation. See …
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For NHL players, winning the Stanley Cup is the ultimate goal. After facing the challenge of winning hockey's biggest trophy, tradition states that each winning player and coach gets to spend a day with the cup. On the Stanley Cup's official summer tour, the winners welcome family, friends, and their hometown community to join in their celebration.…
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Biden's appearances at the G7 photo call and the Democrat fundraiser have raised eyebrows because of video circulating that appears to show him freezing at certain moments. The White House says don't fall for the clips- they're edited videos or 'cheap fakes'. What's going on? Why are Dems so defensive? And why is Trump mixing up his own doctor's na…
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Murdoch's Sun newspaper backing used to be 'a moment' in every UK general election campaign. Famously backing Blair in 97. Switching allegiance to Cameron over Brown in 2010. But this time around we have heard practically nothing. Is that because Murdoch hasn't made his mind up? Or because the enthusiasm for either candidate simply isn't there? Or …
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After Rory McIlroy's decision to take a break from Golf - following his US Open collapse - The Sports Agents explore how a unique set of challenges have taken their toll on one of the best players in the world and how elite athletes cope with failure... 2010 Ryder Cup-winning captain & 5-time Major Runner-up Colin Montgomerie joins Gabby & Mark to …
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Pierre Poilievre has led the polls for months and all indications are the Conservative Party of Canada leader could be the next prime minister. But how much do Canadians really know about him? That's a question broadcaster Andrew Lawton attempts to answer in his new book, "Pierre Poilievre: A Political Life." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
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The biggest question in Ottawa these days is will Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stay on to lead the Liberals into the next election, or is he simply too unpopular to win a fourth term? Author and journalist Paul Wells considers that and Trudeau's nine years in power in his new book, "Justin Trudeau on the Ropes: Governing in Troubled Times." Steve …
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The man who brought you Brexit has launched his party's manifesto and complained about....Brexit. He recognises that small business has been more squeezed, immigration has rocketed , food costs have soared - but says the answer is to let him have your vote again so they can 'do Brexit properly'. Will voters believe him again? Later, we discuss the …
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Yesterday’s latest poll from Survation put the Conservatives on little more than seventy seats. This is political wipe out territory. Survation called it right on the 2019 Red Wall polling. So should we take this seriously? Also , how should the main parties deal with their Farage problem? But, even if Labour do win a massive super majority - how s…
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This week on The Sports Agents, How and why did an image of Arsenal's Bukayo Saka become the main feature on the back pages of almost every major newspaper following England's 1-0 defeat to Iceland... despite him only featuring as a 65th minute substitute. Football writer Henry Winter and Channel 4 sports correspondent Jordan Jarrett-Bryan joined G…
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This week on The Sports Agents, How and why did an image of Arsenal's Bukayo Saka become the main feature on the back pages of almost every major newspaper following England's 1-0 defeat to Iceland... despite him only featuring as a 65th minute substitute. Football writer Henry Winter and Channel 4 sports correspondent Jordan Jarrett-Bryan joined G…
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Emily and Jon answer your General Election questions. Editor: Tom Hughes Senior Producer: Gabriel Radus Social Media Editor: Georgia Foxwell Video Production: : Rory Symon, Shane Fennelly & Arvind Badewal You can listen to this episode on Alexa - just say "Alexa, ask Global Player to play The News Agents"! The News Agents is brought to you by HSBC …
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Level boarding is simple enough: the floor of the train should be level with the platform. But it's not very common, is it? Why? And what can we do about it? Because once you learn the details of level boarding, you'll realise just how important it is. The Campaign for Level Boarding: https://www.levelboarding.org.uk/ Passengers suffer serious inju…
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Requests for asylum in Canada from 2SLGBTQIA+ refugees are popping up from every corner of the globe, driven by hostile environments and laws targeting the community. The Canadian government has partnered with civil society organizations to welcome those facing persecution in their own countries, but are we and other states doing enough to protect …
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Pride celebrations in Ontario have transformed since the first "Gay Day Picnic" on Hanlan's point in August 1971. Toronto's Pride parade estimated over 2 million spectators last year. As corporate participation increases and celebrations become more mainstream, has pride strayed from its roots as a place of protest? And, are pride celebrations real…
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Labour has launched a 25,000 word manifesto and as promised, there were no new rabbits and no hats. What we saw in Manchester was a newly confident Labour leader who barely paused in his answers to media questions: his lines were to script, his answers brief, and his stories well honed. But there were noticeable gaps in Labour's offering. Only two …
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Does every sport need to professionalise in order to survive?... When plans for a revamped Netball Super League were revealed in May, fans and players were outraged at the exclusion of four franchises, including 5-time Champions Team Bath. Today, on The Sports Agents, Gabby & Mark speak to key stakeholders to find out how those uncomfortable decisi…
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Emily, Jon and Lewis stayed up late to analyse the latest TV battle between Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer. Who came out on top this time around on Sky News? Editor: Tom Hughes Social Media Editor: Georgia Foxwell Video Production: Shane Fennelly & Arvind Badewal You can listen to this episode on Alexa - just say "Alexa, ask Global Player to play The…
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It was truly one of the greatest moments in Canadian history. Ben Johnson sprinted his way into the record books with an astonishing 9.79-second 100-metre dash at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. But his gold medal memories didn't last. Johnson tested positive for banned steroid use and lost his gold. Journalist Mary Ormsby takes us back to…
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Noah Irvine was just five when his mother died by suicide, and just 15 when his father passed away after an accidental prescription drug overdose. Now Noah has made it his mission to change the way Canada cares for people struggling with mental health challenges and addiction. In addition to writing over two thousand letters to elected officials ac…
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What does the Hunter Biden conviction do to the Presidential race? When will there be a female president? What's the campaign you wished you'd covered and why and who will be the next front runners for either party? Your questions answered - and we have one for you. Help us spot the audio deepfake. Editor: Tom Hughes Video Production: Shane Fennell…
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Tory frontbencher Grant Shapps has appeared to concede the Tories are now heading for defeat at the election and warned voters against allowing Labour a 'supermajority'. Does scaring people work as a campaign strategy? And is a supermajority a big problem for voters? We also hear from Lewis, who is on the campaign trail with Lib Dem leader Ed Davey…
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Travelling from one end of the province to another is not an experience many Ontarians undertake. And, if they did, it seems that a car would probably be one of the best ways to get around. But what if you don't have a car or don't want to use one? Train services are not frequent enough, buses might not get you exactly where you need to go. Flights…
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Nicholas Kristof is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning journalist for The New York Times. His gripping new memoir, "Chasing Hope: A Reporter's Life," takes us behind the headlines of some of the most defining events of our lives, including the Tiananmen Square protests, genocide in Darfur, a civil war in Yemen, and closer to home, the addiction and …
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If you hadn't actually watched England's defeat to Iceland in their final warm-up game ahead of the Euros, you'd have been forgiven for thinking Bukayo Saka was largely responsible... Images of the Arsenal talisman adorned the back pages of almost every major newspaper - despite him only being introduced as a 65th minute substitute at Wembley on Fr…
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Rishi Sunak launched the Conservative manifesto today at Silverstone. We’ve been trying to swerve the racing metaphors but the odd one crept in. He talked a LOT about tax cuts - doubling down on his disproven claim of Labour tax rises, but offered few new policies. The performance was polished. But has the public stopped listening? We talk to Home …
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Think about how well you're doing financially these days compared to in 2015, when the current federal government first took power. Are you doing better? Worse? Did COVID have a longstanding impact on your circumstances. Pollster Greg Lyle has been looking into these and other questions. He's the founder and president of the Innovative Research Gro…
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Despite being declared the national sport by Canada's first prime minister John A. MacDonald in 1867, cricket didn't quite take off in Canada in the way it has in other parts of the world. But that's changed recently with a steady influx of leagues and young talent all over the country, and Canada qualifying for its first ever T20 World Cup. What a…
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The season for outdoor events and festivals is near. Yet the aftermath of most events shows overflowing waste bins and loose litter, not to mention the carbon emissions released to run the event. Some festivals are only doing the bare minimum when it comes to practicing sustainability but there are several who lead the charge in implementing green …
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Angela Rayner has told Lewis she carries the weight of working class women on her shoulders, and doesn't ever want to be the Labour Leader. Meanwhile in Paris, President Macron has thrown caution to the wind and 'done a Rishi'. He's called a snap parliamentary election to take on the party of Marine Le Pen. How should centrist leaders tackle their …
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It's manifesto week - Lib Dems announce theirs on Monday. Tories Tuesday. And Labour Thursday. But the cloud of Sunak's speedy D Day departure still hangs over him. Will this be terminal for Sunak? Later Lewis is in Leigh with North West voters there. And we have a QUIZ for you. Stay to the end. Editor: Tom Hughes Senior Producer: Gabriel Radus Soc…
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What can be done to curb intimate partner violence? Then, what are the economics behind liberalizing alcohol laws in Ontario? Is women's sports finally coming into its own. And journalist Nahlah Ayed talks about her new book. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.TVO | Steve Paikin
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In this week's general election Q&A special Emily, Jon and Lewis answer your questions on safe seats, compulsory voting, and the constituency they'd choose to stand in if they were running for parliament. All that and more. Editor: Tom Hughes Senior Producer: Gabriel Radus Social Media Editor: Georgia Foxwell Video Production: : Rory Symon, Shane F…
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This week on The Sports Agents, The extraordinary story of Khalida Popal - the first ever captain of the Afghanistan Women's National Football Team - hounded out of her country by those who believed women have no right to play and who orchestrated her team's daring escape from Afghanistan, when the Taliban returned. Then, as Manchester City announc…
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This week on The Sports Agents, The extraordinary story of Khalida Popal - the first ever captain of the Afghanistan Women's National Football Team - hounded out of her country by those who believed women have no right to play and who orchestrated her team's daring escape from Afghanistan, when the Taliban returned. Then, as Manchester City announc…
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Ahead of the 80th anniversary of D-Day, journalist and author, Nahlah Ayed tells the story of two elite agents working for Britain's Special Operations Executive in France during the Second World War. "The War We Won Apart" is constructed from hours of unpublished interviews and archival and personal documents to recount the love story of a British…
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Donald Trump is wondering aloud what prison would be like. He probably doesn't have to -it's extremely unlikely that the sentence eventually handed down to him in July will be custodial. But his MAGA henchmen are already talking about what happens if he wins in November, and what their revenge on the prosecutors who tried him will be. Has belief in…
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As Manchester City go to war with Premier League over its financial rules - how crucial is next week's hearing to the Champions beating their 115 charges once and for all? Sheridan's Sports lawyer Daniel Geey, explains the nuanced differences between the two cases involving Associated Party Transaction Rules, how 'fair market-value' is actually det…
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Overnight, Richard Holden, The Tory Party chair parachuted himself into the safe seat of Basildon & Billericay. Which is 280 miles away from his former seat - North West Durham. Today, his former colleague and former Tory cabinet minister tells us why he's 'disgusting', and what she thinks will happen to Rishi's Tory party now. Does she accept that…
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Bodybuilding, Sport, Unterhaltung, Random Talk Time Taps: 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:30 So verteilen wir unsere Check Ins 00:06:30 Allkohol und Bodybuilding - geht das? 00:12:00 Daniels Prep Update 00:23:00 Bodybuilding Update Instagram Daniel Kubik:https://www.instagram.com/danielkbk_/?hl=de Youtube Daniel Kubik:https://www.youtube.com/c/danielkubik Ins…
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This year, the Professional Women's Hockey League had its inaugural season, and the WBNA announced it is expanding to add a team in Toronto. Plus, April 2025 will be the start of the Northern Super League, Canada's first professional women's soccer league. Amidst this growth, are women's sports finally getting the recognition they deserve? We ask: …
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