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Catch up with any event you have missed. The public event podcast series from UCL Political Science brings together the impressive range of policy makers, leading thinkers, practitioners, and academics who speak at our events. Further information about upcoming events can be found via our website: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/political-science/political-science
 
A podcast with School of Public Policy and UCL academics alongside practitioners who will discuss the politics and policy of Covid-19. The format of the podcast will include short presentations from each speaker, with most of the time dedicated to discussion and debate. Listeners will have the option to pre-submit questions to our panel using the links on our website and each podcast will be available to listen to on all major platforms at any time following release.
 
Welcome to "Beyond Your News Feed: Understanding Contemporary Politics" a new podcast sponsored by the Providence College Political Science Department. Host William Hudson, Political Science Department Chair, and colleagues will provide expert analysis of current political events and issues, delving more deeply into their causes and consequences than can be found in typical media sources.
 
John and his wife Marlena have lived in Sedgwick County for over 30 years. John pursued a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Kansas where he studied Political Science and Public Administration. He has been involved in multiple local and national political campaigns. Recently John was an elected member to the Kansas House of Representatives. Today, John is a local business owner and host of The John Whitmer Show, Sunday evenings at 7 on KNSS.
 
Welcome to Hidden Truth Show with Jim Breslo, a weekly series which dives deeply into controversial and unresolved issues of our time to discover the truth, irrespective of political correctness, religion, or politics. In the new Season 2, “Transgender Movement,” we explore what it means to be transgender, ask who is really behind the movement, and question whether it is based on science or political correctness. Along the journey to find the truth, Jim interviews doctors, psychologists, the ...
 
Do politics make you want to sigh? Well, you're not alone. Here at Poli Sigh, we take a collective sigh, and breakdown the political frustrations of the world, bridging political science jargon to the issues and solutions that matter to you. Each episode we interview a political scientist to get their story, hear what they're researching, why you should care about it, and what you can do. It’s but one way of "poli trying" in trying political times. Check us out at www.polisighpodcast.org
 
If you're trying to make sense of national politics or want to better understand how things work in Washington, DC, then you're in the right place! Join former political science professor, Matthew DeSantis, as he recaps the biggest stories of the week, provides in-depth analysis on different topics, answers listener questions, and keeps score of the political winners and losers. Submit your questions to swamp@amalfimedia.com, follow the show on Twitter @FromTheSwampPod, and follow your host ...
 
This is Politics & Life Sciences (PLS) Radio which is an interplay of Life Sciences and Politics. I am your host Dean L. Fanelli, Ph.D. I am an Intellectual Property attorney in Washington, DC. My practice focuses on issues attendant to the Life Sciences industry. On PLS, we will explores cutting edge topics involving the Biotech and Pharma ecosystems and looks at political or governmental policy issues affecting the Biotech and Pharma industries. Each week, PLS will have amazing guests incl ...
 
A weekly podcast about politics and culture from a unpopular chick named Quiana. Quiana Fulton is the host of “Pretty Politics.” She has a B.A. degree in Political Science from American Military University. When she’s not binging watching TV, she spends her time freelance writing. Her work has appeared in the New York Daily News, Roanoke Times, Charleston Gazette-Mail, The Virginia Pilot, The Washington Post, plus more. Quiana is the author of fiction works Clandestine, and Just Teens. Twitt ...
 
The Niskanen Center’s The Science of Politics podcast features up-and-coming researchers delivering fresh insights on the big trends driving American politics today. Get beyond punditry to data-driven understanding of today’s Washington with host and political scientist Matt Grossmann. Each 30-45-minute episode covers two new cutting-edge studies and interviews two researchers.
 
Emmy-winning game show legend Chuck Woolery joins forces with polymath and serial entrepreneur Mark Young to tackle the toughest issues of the day, without the usual angry white guy banter. Part talk show, part Ted Talk, the show features Chuck and Mark exploring topics one at a time by pulling back the curtain, setting aside the political rhetoric and laying out the truth using science, research and hard facts.
 
A Few Reasonable Words…A weekly podcast from three professors trying desperately to soothe the frayed nerves of the American public with the comforting balm of political science. With every episode we include a segment called "Civics for Grownups" and some "Recommended Reading." Want more information? https://afrwpodcast.wordpress.com/
 
Progressive talk-show host Carl Wolfson brings his unique perspective to the political and social issues of the day. This includes in-depth interviews with top newsmakers, pointed commentary and humorous segments such as Weasel of the Week. Carl is a longtime comedian and activist who actually uses his degrees: a B.S. in Communications and an M.A. in Political Science. “Carl in the Morning” streams live @ www.XRAY.fm, 7 am to 9 am, PT, weekdays from Portland, Oregon.
 
We talk to political scientists about what field research looks like on the ground. In each episode, we bring on expert guests to discuss different ethical and logistical aspects of the field research process, based on the book we co-edited with the same title: Stories From the Field: A Guide to Navigating Fieldwork in Political Science (Columbia University Press, 2020).
 
Double Take is a podcast where we choose political and social justice issues in the United States and examine, or do a double take, on their impact on the American public, institutions, and the world. We are twins and we are 17 years old with a passion for political science, government, policy, and everything in between. With the increasingly divisive political climate, we hope to create a space where stories are heard and important conversations are had. People our age, and Americans in gen ...
 
Our ever-curious step-mother and step-daughter, Sarah and Áine, begin each episode with a glass of gin in hand, before launching into the topic of the week. Once the gin has been thoroughly sampled, and reviewed, they discuss what they already know about the weekly topic. It could be anything, from science to art, from political to cultural. Most importantly, they often don’t know a lot. Luckily, there is a weekly expert who shares their knowledge… and the gin. The guest may be plagued with ...
 
"The Shadow of the Future: deconstructing global politics" is a biweekly podcast series that takes a deep dive into the trending topics in contemporary global politics. Our channel offers in-depth analysis, discussion and insight into the latest heated political debates featuring scholars and experts in international relations and political science. Subscribe to our podcast in order to stay tuned for the newest episodes.
 
Professor David Nutt has spent a career making the argument for a rational, evidence-based approach to drug policy and drug use. The scientific evidence still challenges perceived wisdom on drugs and for that reason can appear to be contentious. In this podcast, the Professor explores the actual harms and potential benefits of various drugs, challenging myths surrounding classification and legislation, and exploring the societal impact of poorly informed drug policy. Using evidence in public ...
 
Introduction to Political Economy looks at how politics and economics interrelate, but also how political economy can encompass a lot more than just politics and economics. Over the course of this podcast we will also be inviting scholars from different disciplines and perspectives to speak to us about how they approach these kinds of questions. Hosted by Noaman G. Ali, assistant professor of political economy at the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Pakistan.
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
Think about all of the things you consider every day to help keep yourself, your loved ones, and your community happy, healthy, and hopeful. Now consider this: There is an ever-growing body of research demonstrating significant negative impacts, for yourself and the ones you love, in the consumption of pornography. It can change the way you think, harm your ability to connect with other people, and can contribute to changing the world in negative ways. Join us every other week as we consider ...
 
Natthanan Kunnamas has been trained in European Studies for over 20 years and taught for over 14 years in over six modules related to the EU. She received BA in International Affairs and German Language with 1st Class Honours from Thammasat University, with highest GPAX (Summa Cum Laude) in 1996. She won Leeds-ASEM Chevening Scholarship to study MA European Politics (EU Public Policy) at University of Leeds, UK and further won Thai government’s funding for doctoral degree at the same place. ...
 
Good People Better Rise Up! is a podcast from Alex Whalen, a 25+ year veteran of the dance music industry who has rocked dancefloors across the Americas and Europe. Over his career, Alex has, among other things: held down residencies with legendary clubs like DC’s Buzz, SF’s Spundae, and Boston’s Avalon; managed Deep Dish's Yoshitoshi Shop and Yoshitoshi.com; appeared on numerous syndicated dance music radio shows, including John Digweed's show in the UK and Thump Radio here in the US; toure ...
 
📡 EURO—VISION 🛰 the podcast. A series of weekly podcasts that compile conversations with activists, scholars, fisherpeople and artists, hosted by FRAUD, around the politics of extraction, migration and international agreements that are affecting communities and ecologies on a global scale and that perpetuate European colonial legacies. Speakers include: 📢 Prof. Adekeye Adebajo, Director of the Institute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. ...
 
DEEKAST is a conversational podcast hosted by Niagara music producer, DJ, designer & gaming enthusiast Derek Veenhof (@deekatello). A millennial counterculture movement discussing anything & everything: gaming, music, pop culture, history, politics, science, religion & philosophy and the nexuses where these worlds collide. Produced by Shapestate Studios. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deekast/support
 
"Really excellent...insightful, personal, experiential, direct..." Gary Weber, Happiness Beyond Thought. The truly inspirational and utterly magnificent podcast series on spirituality and the cultural arts by The Poetry Of Illusion. A veritable feast. 14 episodes of literary and artistic magic!" The Culturium. "Utterly unique, intensely riveting and deeply profound podcast series. Highly recommended." Paula Marvelly, writer and filmmaker. "I feel at home listening to these podcasts, a world ...
 
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FASCISM...FRANCE. Two words/ideas that scholars have spent much time and energy debating in relationship to one another. Chris Millington's A History of Fascism in France: From the First World War to the National Front (Bloomsbury, 2019) is a work of synthesis that also draws on the author's own research for key examples and evidence to support its…
 
Zaid al-Ali of Princeton University talks about his latest book, Arab Constitutionalism: The Coming Revolution, with Marc Lynch on this week's podcast. He deconstructs the popular demands that were made in 2011 and translates them into a series of specific actions that would have led to freer societies and a better functioning state. (Starts at 0:4…
 
This past summer was the hottest on record in more than a century. To shield against rising temperatures, many cities around the country are taking a closer look at trees, which have been shown to cool the air by as much as 10 degrees. Special Correspondent Karla Murthy reports from Cleveland -- a city once known as 'The Forest City' -- to take a l…
 
Exit polls show a neck-and-neck race in Germany's parliamentary elections held on Sunday. More than 60 million adults are eligible to vote in the landmark election. Chancellor Angela Merkel who has served for 16 years is stepping down, marking the start of a new era in German politics. Deutsche Welle Television Political Correspondent Thomas Sparro…
 
New York City's theaters are finally reopening after they were shut down on March 12, 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic began to hit the city. This has been the longest shutdown in Broadway's history. Major hits like "Lion King" and "Hamilton" are back, and smaller productions are returning too. NewsHour Weekend's Zachary Green spoke with Pulitzer P…
 
In a gerrymandered state, it's not unusual to see towns carved in half and shared school districts split into different political districts. This is by no means accidental -- the redistricting process has long been conducted behind closed doors, under the watchful eye of the very politicians hoping to tip voting lines in their favor. But Michigan m…
 
Thousands of Haitian migrants who have been deported by the U.S. have been arriving home as authorities scramble for resources including food and medical supplies. Haiti is reeling from a convergence of crises -- a presidential assassination, an earthquake and chaos on the streets -- and critics say America's actions will worsen the humanitarian cr…
 
The fate of the bipartisan infrastructure bill and a $3.5 trillion spending package is at risk amid Democratic infighting. On Friday, Biden acknowledged concerns, but urged Congress to pass both bills. Amna Nawaz begins our report, and joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
In our news wrap Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved booster shots for older and high-risk Americans, adding frontline workers to the list. Vice President Kamala Harris had her own COVID scare moments before an interview with ABC's "The View." A migrant encampment in Del Rio, Texas where thousands of Haitian migrants had…
 
Republicans in the Arizona State Senate had commissioned a review of 2020 ballots in Maricopa County even though election officials found no large-scale fraud. But a partisan group called Cyber Ninjas undertook a controversial review of the vote and affirmed Joe Biden won Maricopa County and Arizona. Nate Persily, an election law scholar at Stanfor…
 
Germany is one of America's most important allies. Nearly every American president since George W. Bush has worked closely with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. But for the first time since 2005, she will not be a candidate when Germans head to the polls this Sunday to vote for her successor. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant is in Berlin with …
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including the divide among Democrats over the $3.5 trillion spending bill, the looming debt ceiling deadline, and the Biden administration's response to the Haitian migrant issue on the southern border. PBS NewsH…
 
Whether teaching NYU marketing students or co-hosting the podcast "Pivot," Scott Galloway rarely misses an opportunity to share his insight on the effects of big tech. Tonight, he shares his Brief But Spectacular take on this country's response to the pandemic. It's also the subject of his latest book: "Post Corona: From Crisis to Opportunity." PBS…
 
Artist Shazia Sikander is straddling worlds and using her art to examine how we see the past and present, east and west. Jeffrey Brown has the story from New York for our art and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fundersPBS NewsHour
 
Listen as Dr. Dean gives you a fast update on news for the past 2 days before the AZ audit results are released in MINUTES! Buy XRP on Uphold app Show your support on Venmo @PTDean86 Follow on TikTok @PTDean86 or PTPatriot86 or email ptpatriot86@gmail.com Follow DTwizzle on telegram at https://t.me/DTwizzle Share your own message with Buzzsprout! h…
 
The highly anticipated trial of ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is underway in San Jose, California. The Stanford dropout who was once a Silicon Valley darling faces felony charges that she duped elite financial backers, customers and patients. Her startup, Theranos, promised to revolutionize the medical world by diagnosing diseases with just a fe…
 
An advisory panel for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday recommended the Pfizer booster shots for people 65 and older, nursing home residents, and younger adults with underlying health issues. For a deeper look at that decision, Amna Nawaz is joined by Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo. She is a physician, epidemiologist and professor…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, California is now the first state to bar Amazon and other giant warehouse employers from punishing or firing workers over productivity quotas. Democratic congressional leaders now say they have a framework deal to pay for a huge spending measure covering social and environmental programs. A shooting today in Tennessee lef…
 
Daniel Foote, the U.S. special envoy to Haiti, resigned in protest Thursday, over the Biden administration's move to deport Haitian migrants back to their troubled home country. Foote called the handling of migrants in Del Rio, Texas, "inhumane" and "counterproductive." White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor broke the story of the special envoy…
 
The U.S. plan to donate 500 million vaccines to developing countries aims to address the lopsided distribution and exacerbated impact of the virus. In Africa, Uganda is still struggling to vaccinate those most at-risk. It has recorded more than 120,000 cases of COVID-19 and over 3100 deaths, but the true toll is likely much higher. Special correspo…
 
Justice Stephen Breyer heads into a new supreme court term soon, facing a docket of hot-button issues and pressure from progressives to retire. The court's senior liberal justice, Breyer joined Judy Woodruff to talk about his role and new book, "The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.or…
 
The U.N. warns that unless the world acts faster than promised, Earth's temperatures will rise to catastrophic, irreversible levels. The U.S. calls the upcoming climate summit the last chance for the world to avoid disaster. Nick Schifrin discusses the crisis with John Kerry, the president's special envoy on climate, and Frans Timmermans, executive…
 
Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH Boston brings us a look at artist Roberto Lugo, who puts family, tradition, and historical figures like Harriet Tubman at the center of his work in New Hampshire. It's part of our ongoing arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Tania Israel is a Professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. Tania's book Beyond Your Bubble: How to Connect Across the Political Divide, Skills and Strategies for Conv…
 
Today’s show rundown: We have a guest host today with Nick Giordano again as Mark is out in Oklahoma crossing off bucket list things. Chuck talks about Biden give his speech to the United Nations. It was a diatribe on Climate Change and COVID. This is what our President wants to focus on, instead of looking at losing allies because of Afghanistan. …
 
Political Mourning: Identity and Responsibility in the Wake of Tragedy (Temple UP, 2021) moves us, as readers, beyond the stages of grief to consider the effects of mourning. While grief consists of the internal thoughts, feelings, and ideas surrounding a loss, the process of mourning transforms grief into an external expression of those interior e…
 
The Biden administration announced Wednesday that the U.S. was purchasing an additional 500 million Pfizer COVID vaccines to donate to other nations. The move is what critics and organizations like the WHO have been calling for -- a much more robust effort on behalf of rich countries. Yet some are saying this still isn't enough. William Brangham di…
 
As the U.S. commits to vaccine distribution, Indonesia has recorded more than 4 million COVID cases. More than 140,000 people have died. Initially, Indonesia turned to China for vaccine aid. But Nick Schifrin explores how the U.S. and its allies are trying to achieve vaccine inroads in China's backyard. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pb…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, Democratic Senators say they ended bipartisan negotiations on police reform and collecting data on use of force. Senators have also reached a stalemate on the fight over the debt ceiling. There's word that large numbers of Haitian migrants in Texas are being released into the U.S. and told to report to immigration within…
 
President Joe Biden spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron Wednesday for the first time since France erupted with anger over a new Indo-Pacific defense alliance between the United States, United Kingdom and Australia. Nick Schifrin looks at European-U.S. relations with Josep Borrell, the high representative for foreign affairs and security pol…
 
Congress must act soon just to keep the federal government functioning. But Democratic leaders are navigating internal divides and logjams as they try to pass two bills that would together dole out trillions of dollars toward infrastructure, child care and combating climate change. The road ahead on all of these issues is bumpy. Lisa Desjardins wal…
 
Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapal of Washington state, chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss Congress' efforts around reconciliation and infrastructure. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fundersPBS NewsHour
 
Residents in Louisiana have begun the long process of recovery following Hurricane Ida, which destroyed or caused major damage for about 8,000 homes statewide. While the city of New Orleans has largely recovered, the coastal parishes of Lafourche and Terrebonne are struggling with prolonged power outages and a growing housing crisis. Community repo…
 
The first draft of history is being written about the final, chaotic days of Donald Trump's presidency and the earliest days of Joe Biden's. A new book by Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa reveals the alarm and lengths that then-president Trump's top advisors went to in order to prevent him from acting on his worst impulses.…
 
Listen today to catch up on a couple things in the news since yesterday before diving into some links between illuminati, satanism, and pedophilia. Buy XRP on Uphold app Show your support on Venmo @PTDean86 Follow on TikTok @PTDean86 or PTPatriot86 or email ptpatriot86@gmail.com Follow DTwizzle on telegram at https://t.me/DTwizzle Share your own me…
 
Climate change is real, and extreme weather events are its physical manifestations. These extreme events affect how we live and work in cities, and subsequently the way we design, plan, and govern them. Taking action 'for the environment' is not only a moral imperative; instead, it is activated by our everyday experience in the city. Based on the a…
 
Western Jihadism: A Thirty Year History (Oxford University Press, 2021) tells the story of how Al Qaeda grew in the West. In forensic and compelling detail, Jytte Klausen traces how Islamist revolutionaries exiled in Europe and North America in the 1990s helped create and control one of the world's most impactful terrorist movements--and how, after…
 
Throughout its history, Nigeria has been plagued by religious divisions. Tensions have only intensified since the restoration of democracy in 1999, with the divide between Christian south and Muslim north playing a central role in the country's electoral politics, as well as manifesting itself in the religious warfare waged by Boko Haram. Through t…
 
President Joe Biden on Tuesday delivered his first speech to the United Nations as part of its annual general assembly. Biden touted diplomacy and the endurance of democracy as he faces tensions with old allies, and global challenges, like COVID and climate change. Nick Schifrin reports from New York, and white house correspondent Yamiche Alcindor …
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, the Biden administration stepped up deportations of Haitian migrants gathered in Del Rio, Texas, on the border with Mexico. Johnson & Johnson says a booster for its single-shot COVID-19 vaccine triggers a strong immune response. The U.S. House of Representatives is set to fund federal operations into December and raise the…
 
The death toll from the COVID pandemic has put the U.S. at another tragic milestone -- more than 675,000 Americans, overall, have died of COVID as of Monday. That number surpasses the number of lives lost to the 1918 flu. The U.S. is averaging more than 2,000 daily deaths. William Brangham takes a wider look at COVID's toll on the country. PBS News…
 
With world leaders visiting New York this week for the United Nations General Assembly, Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates is calling on the world's richest nations to take what he says are urgent steps needed to end "the crisis phase of this pandemic." Judy Woodruff spoke with Gates about those steps earlier this afternoon in a wid…
 
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Justice Department has released more than 30,000 non-violent inmates to home confinement to try to limit the virus' spread in prison. But, as John Yang reports for our ongoing "Searching for Justice" series, some of these men and women could be forced to return to prison once the pandemic ends. PBS …
 
Climate change experts in Sicily, Italy are warning that rising sea waters are threatening some of the island's most crucial heavy industrial plants. They are also forecasting food shortages because crops are being destroyed. The island endured record temperatures this summer. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from Sicily for NewsHour's…
 
Catch up on news from 9/17-9/21/21. Everything from election fraud to forced covid vaccines to media lies and FDA coverup! Then we hit on a quick topic today following the daily shot, just to acquaint those who are not familiar with such things as satanism! Buy XRP on Uphold app Show your support on Venmo @PTDean86 Follow on TikTok @PTDean86 or PTP…
 
Amalfi Media is proud to announce its latest podcast, "The Win Place Show." Horse lovers, be it novice or expert, rejoice because this is the show for you. Join Matthew as he handicaps races, interviews prominent figures in the horse racing world, and fuels your betting odds. Take a listen to learn more about "The Win Place Show," available now whe…
 
This week, I spend some time talking about the recent Norwegian election results and how they fly in the face of the popular narrative that right-wing nationalism is overtaking Europe. I also discuss the upcoming German elections, which will see a new Chancellor named after Angela Merkel decided to step down after 16 years in power. Interestingly, …
 
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