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Welcome to NewzKidz! A new weekly podcast covering global news stories and current affairs, presented by Rose (age 9) and Zara (age 10) along with co-presenters Aiza (age ) and Laurie (age 7). 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.
 
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 and follow us on Twitter @IrreverendPod. We also have a youtube channel which can be found by ...
 
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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Revs Tom, Jamie and Daniel get together to discuss: hugging, the local elections, Michael Gove's personal email to Jamie on vaccine passports, the masked gargoyle in St Alban's Cathedral, racist Church monuments and what vicars are being asked to do about them, and Dr Bernard Ridley, reported to a counter-terrorism unit for preaching a sermon about…
 
Marek Adamov is taking a cyling tour around Slovakia to map the situation of independent culture hubs at the time of pandemic. Tesla Talizman 308 is the most famous radio receiver produced in 1950's Czechoslovakia.
 
Holly Cairns is the Social Democrats spokesperson on agriculture, food and the marine, and further and higher education and disability. ***** I try to steer away from jargon on this podcast, but I’ve got two jargon words to give you here. The words are MUP and BOGOF. Before I tell you what those mean, let […] The post Here's How 120 – Levelling the…
 
Pete returns to talk about his new book Dedicated: The Case for Commitment in an Age of Infinite Browsing. Book is here: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Dedicated/Pete-Davis/9781982140908How a Surprisingly Anti-Capitalist Self-Help Book Could Help Deepen Our Democracy - Progressive.orgThis episode was edited by Dan Thorn of Pink Noise Studio…
 
This week the NewKidz report on the latest news from the pandemic including the UK's recent update on travel restrictions, Donald Trump's ban from social media, Jeff Bezos' plan for space tourism, and the banning of snow days in New York City.NewzKidz
 
DILEMMA INDIGENA: For Indigenous peoples living under settler colonialism today, there are few choices that aren’t constrained, a predicament at the heart of a discussion in the brand new book, Regime of Obstruction: How Corporate Power Blocks Energy Democracy. Just published by Athabasca University Press, its 30-plus contributors include this week…
 
On the Wednesday show we will return to the anniversary of the end of WW2. Irish documentarist Éamon Little sat down with Slovak-Irish personality Joseph Joe Veselský, who recalled the hardship of the war years in Slovakia. Then we will discuss the future of Slovak star skier Petra Vlhová with her new coach Mauro Pini.…
 
So-called 'filter bubbles' have become a major source of concern in cyberspace, particularly on social networking platforms which are incentivised to show you content that you will like or agree with, thus keeping you engaged and increasing their advertising revenues – while at the same time, however, preventing you from seeing content that might c…
 
This episode was originally posted to our Patreon feed a month ago, but we've decided to make it free for everyone. If you enjoy this kind of content, please consider subscribing to our bonus feed at www.patreon.com/CurrentAffairs!Contributing editor Eli Massey begins a series of in-depth interviews with local activists. To begin with, he speaks to…
 
A look at the opening of the season at Orava Castle, one of Slovakia’s biggest attractions, after the pandemic lockdown. With the opening of a new trail, the city of Košice calls itself a hub of Slovak mountain biking. A very important water reservoir in the Žitný ostrov are obtained special protection.…
 
The gruesome twosome Revs Tom and Jamie get stuck into some meaty conversation from the book of Acts about the possibility of Christianity being persecuted in our lands before long. As evidence of this, we cover the arrest of street preacher John Sherwood who was detained overnight in a police cell for expounding upon the first chapter of the book …
 
Cyclo-cul-tour- Marek Adamov mapping the situation of Slovak independent Culture centres accross the country on his bike. The question of the "renaissance" / rebirth of theatre in the time of pandemic discussed with Miriam Kičiňová, the director of Slovak National Theatre (SND) drama ensemble, and Matej Drlička, the SND general director. Invitation…
 
Following the daily news bulletin, the English language magazine will concentrate on the Slovak-British connections – those from the times of the Second World War, as well those most recent ones.Assuming the diplomatic office amidst the pandemic is not the easiest task, especially since foreign diplomacy is heavily based on face-to-face relations. …
 
Will Artificial Intelligence be a great gift to society that will bring untold benefit to people’s lives? Or will it be a tool of the surveillance state and a predatory marketing device used to subvert human freedom and well-being? Potentially both, says Mária Bieliková, AI expert and founder of the Kempelen Institute of Intelligent Technologies in…
 
The panel discuss the recent slate of anti-trans bills, theorize on politics as fandom, and announce their vows for post-pandemic life.Today's flock consists of legal editor Oren Nimni, senior editor Brianna Rennix, amusements and managing editor Lyta Gold, and editor-in-chief Nathan J. Robinson.This episode was edited by Dan Thorn of Pink Noise St…
 
This week the NewzKidz report on the recent pink supermoon, the latest news on the Covid-19 pandemic, the problem with space junk, and Zara reviews the book The Night Bus Hero by Onjali Rauf.NewzKidz
 
Nicolas Šustr is the city development and transport editor for the German newspaper formerly known as Neues Deutschland now known as ND. ***** We’re going to have a new leader of the DUP. Leaders of the DUP are generally not anyone’s favourite person, unless that anyone happens to be a DUP supporter. As an aside […] The post Here's How 119 – Concre…
 
News and Topical Issue. In the first part of today’s programming, we are going to discuss the concept of “degrowth” with environmental economist Tadeáš Ždárský and then we are going to look at the limits of electric cars recycling with Milan Lauko from ZSNP recycling.
 
This week sees the three ecclesiastical musketeers Tom, Jamie and Daniel take on the subjects of fear and death in the context of the present crisis. In politics, we discuss Johnny Mercer's dramatic resignation from the government describing it as, amongst other things, a "cesspit". In the Church, we review the shocking news that a quarter of Brits…
 
In the fourth part of our “Encore!” series, mapping 95 years of radio and 65 years of TV broadcasting in our country, we are presenting to you the history, popular shows and stars of the period 1945-1956, when radio served as a tool of communist propaganda.
 
She likes to compare her years in office with those of Queen Elizabeth II. on the British throne. Eva Siracká, founder and long-term president of the League against Cancer celebrates 95 years. On the programme we will talk also about another celebration. 100 years ago, the first official run from the borough of Devín to the downtown of Bratislava t…
 
The recent landing of the Perseverance rover on the surface of Mars – its main mission being to search for signs of ancient life there – is the latest example of the efforts of modern scientists to search for extraterrestrial life. But what scientists have expected to actually find in the course of their investigations has changed dramatically over…
 
News and Topical issue. Vaccination against Covid-19 in Slovakia- Why some foreigners residing in the country can't get vaccinated and what's in stake for the future of vaccination as such?
 
This week the NewzKidz report on the birthday of Her Majesty the Queen, the worsening Covid-19 crisis in India, the construction of the world’s first pandemic-proof school, and Earth Day.NewzKidz
 
Teacher Eva Pázmányová shares her perspective on the topic of cancelled maturtia - final exams at Slovak high schools. Real Estate Agent discusses how the ongoing pandemic impacted the market with flats for rent in the Slovak capital.
 
Back to the original duo this week, as reverends Tom and Jamie discuss ALL the big stuff. We start with a conversation about Boris Johnson's most recent tedious doom-mongering. Is he a "floundering buffoon", a puppet or something even more sinister? We talk vaccines and vaccine passports. Tony Blair has said that we need even more "publicity" in or…
 
Northern education rooted in the north: for many, it's a vision at the very heart of Laurentian University, a northern Ontario school that today is in turmoil. Administrators now pursuing a dramatic—some say draconian—process of retrenchment and austerity, cutting dozens of programs and positions. Seen as a tricultural hub serving the region’s Engl…
 
On the show today we speak to Ľubica Volanská, who was elected Chair of the Evaluation Body of the Intergovernmental Committee of the Convention for the Protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage for the 2021 series of inscription.
 
The project of European Super League stirrs a lot of curiosity and emotions these days. How will the breakaway league of elite European clubs affect Slovak football? On the show we will also learn about new tourist-related challenges: a group of young people want to visit as many Slovak castles as possible, while the Bratislava downtown unveils pla…
 
News and Topical Issue. RERUN: An American forester helps develop Slovakia's parks and protected areas. Vytah space conference: a science fiction writer's vision of the future of space.
 
The team talk through the question of "vaccine passports", reimagine taxes, and judge whether it is obligatory to stay informed. For the vaccine passport discussion, they are joined by Magnus Jamieson, who has previously guested on the podcast to talk about risk and resilience, and who has been following the COVID situation closely in his capacity …
 
This week the NewzKidz talk about the funeral of Prince Philip; what’s been happening at the Suez Canal; a new recycling technology for single-use facemasks and gowns, and lastly, a new campaign to increase funding for primary school libraries.NewzKidz
 
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