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Georgia has been the epicenter for the national conversation about who gets to vote and how those votes are counted. In the last few years, many changes have been made through the courts and the court of public opinion. Now, the 2020 election will be the biggest test the state has seen. Georgia Public Broadcasting political reporter Stephen Fowler walks through the ins and outs of how voting works in Georgia, highlighting the good, the bad and the complicated.
 
The exciting radio panel show which does everything Radio 4 can do but cheaper and with more swears. Join Sam Wilkinson and a plethora of comedy guest stars as they wrangle with John Reith's legacy and prove that public service broadcasting's not that hard actually, any old mug can do it.There's facts! There's learning! There's plays and there's a weird interview bit at the end, there's something for everyone. As long as everyone is interested in one of those things.
 
The adaptation of H.G. Wells’ novel ‘The War of The Worlds’ in 1938 showed the power of radio to capture listeners’ imagination through science-fiction - and in doing so demonstrated how mass media could be used to communicate science to different audiences. For decades, print and broadcast media have used different genres to portray the sciences, and the popularity of TV programmes like the BBC’s Blue Planet and the longevity of Horizon illustrates a current demand for science broadcasting. ...
 
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Every radio station needs a long-running rural soap opera and every long-running rural soap opera needs an agricultural storyline advisor. These are just facts. But which contestant knows the most about the Archers? Who does the best impression of a tram you've ever heard? And why hasn't Adam Tumber heard of Steve Irwin? Warning: contains The Swear…
 
A broadcaster's not a broadcaster without a hushed voice going on about apes and stuff, so it's time for IEE to hire a natural history presenter. Who knows the most about the Attenborough family? What are the dangers of playing in abandoned work sites? And what riles Jack Shanik so much he's forced to interrupt to ask "are you ignorant or something…
 
After repeated inter-office arguments, it's time for IEE to sort it all out and hire a head of HR. Which candidate will be lacing the episode with increasingly painful puns? Who has a horrifying story about the last time they saw a pig? And what, exactly, is HR? Warning: contains The Swears. BECKY HEAVISIDE is a Leeds-based comedian, promoter and a…
 
Two veterans and one keen newcomer join Sam's quest for a competent camera operator. How will Emma Crossland follow her smash hit Othello Eleven? What sort of human chameleon is Laura Ollerton, Oscar winner in the making? And will Chris Booker manage to fit even one bit of information into the show this time? Warning: contains The Swears LAURA OLLE…
 
Sam sifts through another pile of CVs as he hunts for a newsreader to tell the nation the big goings-on. Will Silky redeem himself after his previous dead studio audience choice? Which major TV personality will Tegan Marlow magically transform into? And how many times can Peter Buckley Hill plug his book Freeing the Edinburgh Fringe available at £7…
 
Third time's the charm as Sam is joined by Stacy Mellor, Adam Tumber and Helen Swallow to see who's got the broadcasting chops. Who will appoint the loveliest choice so far to the dead studio audience? What happens when Dr Faustbus wants a better commute? When did Helen Swallow last see a sheep? All these questions and more are answered within. War…
 
Sam is joined by Chris Booker, Becky Heaviside and Silky to have another crack at filling the position of Director-General at the worst public service broadcaster ever conceived. Features musical pioneers, cookery lessons, yet another loophole in the show's format and a multi-skilled man with a guitar showing off. Warning: contains The Swears. Also…
 
Jack Vincent, Kerry Robinson and Emma Crossland are Sam's first guests and prove themselves entirely capable at beating Big Broadcasting at its own game. Featuring cheese, grandads, earnest stories about transportation pioneers and the absolute best version of Othello about astronauts you'll ever hear. Warning: contains The Swears. Like the show? P…
 
A historic day in Georgia was overshadowed by senseless violence encouraged by the President of the United States and hundreds of Republicans that have pushed baseless claims of election fraud. On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, what comes next in Georgia after Democrats flipped both U.S. Senate seats.…
 
What a week. Somewhere between the president's call to Brad Raffensperger on Saturday and the seething and lawless mob in our nation's capitol on Wednesday, Georgia hosted a momentous election. In a conversation from GPB's Georgia Today podcast, Battleground Ballot Box host Stephen Fowler talks about coming to terms with a historic week for Georgia…
 
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, we were going to ask Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger about challenges faced during 2020, but then we got audio of President Donald Trump angrily asking him to overturn the election instead.
 
On this episode of "Battleground: Ballot Box," we look at the extraordinary steps Georgia Republicans have taken to try and overturn the state's election results, attack the systems and rules they put in place and support President Trump's false claims of fraud.
 
On this episode of “Battleground: Ballot Box,” we explore Georgia’s historic hand recount of 5 million ballots through a risk-limiting audit. Counties are working ahead of schedule to finish. The Republican Secretary of State said this will ensure Georgians have faith in the outcome. Meanwhile, top Republicans continue to attack the integrity of th…
 
It's been a week since polls closed in Georgia, and it may be weeks until we officially know the winner in the presidential race. On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, we take a look at what to expect as the state braces for a recount, and voters prepare for two U.S. Senate runoff races.
 
On Monday, Oct. 12, in-person early voting began in Georgia, and with it came long lines, problems with voting equipment, and a sinking feeling that the issues that plagued June’s primary were doomed to be repeated. It seemed like deja-vu for many voters.
 
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, we hear from Georgia's Secretary of State, a county elections supervisor, a poll worker and a voter to understand the challenges that loom over a successful November election, and what steps are being done to address them.
 
Georgia is a battleground on two fronts this November: who we vote for and how those votes are counted. On “Battleground: Ballot Box” host Stephen Fowler walks through the ins and outs of how voting works in Georgia, highlighting the good, the bad and the complicated. New episodes Tuesdays and Saturdays starting September 22, 2020.…
 
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