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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.
 
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 ...
 
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
 
Current Affairs goes behind the headlines in Malaysia to what is moving the news and why, with top academics, politicians, businesspeople and activists in the know. These socio-economic issues run the gamut, including press freedom, affirmative action policies, Islamisation, corruption, election reform, and political unrests. Past guests of Current Affairs include Khairy Jamaluddin, Shad Saleem Faruqi, Farish Noor, Uma Sambanthan and PG Lim. Any enquiries should be directed to morningrun@bfm.my.
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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The construction of a new train stop has started in the town of Vranov nad Topľou. People in the Podpoľanie region are afraid of bears which walk on their streets every day. Slovak football legend Marin Škrteľ is retiring after 21 years of professional career.
 
CofE vicar Jamie Franklin sits down with director of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) UK, Ryan Christopher, to talk about the global assault on liberty and what Christians and all people of good will can do to push back against it. Ryan goes into detail about the implications on the Online Safety Bill and the Conversion Therapy Bill and why it is e…
 
Tariq Ali is the author of two dozen books and his career as a public intellectual and activist stretches back to the 1960s. His new book Winston Churchill: His Times, His Crimes is an effort to demolish the "Churchill myth" that has been built up since the Thatcher years. Ali demonstrates that Churchill was: - Not actually popular among the Britis…
 
For our eighth 'MINI' INDIGENA of the season, MI regular Kim TallBear (professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta) and special guest January Rogers (Mohawk/Tuscarora poet, author, and media producer from Six Nations of the Grand River) join host/producer Rick Harp via the Callin app to discuss: i) Jacqueline Keeler’s re…
 
Sarah Hurst is a journalist who has been reporting on Russia for thirty years - her interview starts at 15:00. ***** Sharon Keogan is an independent member of Seanad Éireann, she’s one of those independent politicians who discovered her deeply-held belief in independent politics, just after she discovered that she had failed to get a […] The post H…
 
The Slovak National Theatre has premiered a ballet production involving pieces by 4 world renowned choreographers - William Forshythe, Edwaard Liang, Craig Davidson and Jerome Robbins. Meanwhile, the Astorka/Korzo 90 theatre held a final rehearsal of the world hit "Mr Halpern and Mr Johnson" in front of its author Lionel Goldstein shortly ahead of …
 
Besides leading language courses the Czech and Slovak school Okénko in London are very much involved in various projects. One of them is a special artistic fundraising event, they have put together for the people in Ukraine. Last week, the Environment Ministry has filed a criminal complaint against an unknown perpetrator for illegally feeding bears…
 
Not all bacterial cells replicate themselves by the same process – the usual ‘cell division’ into two cells of equal size. Some, by contrast, do so by means of a process called ‘sporulation’, in which the cell divides into ‘mother’ and ‘daughter’ cells, with the former containing and nourishing the latter until it’s ready to be released into the wo…
 
In this episode of Irreverend, Church of England vicars Daniel French and Jamie Franklin get together to offer a spiritual perspective on current events, this week taking our Scriptural reflection from 2 Corinthians 5:21: Christ's righteousness given to those who trust in him in exchange for our sinfulness. In current events: we look at different r…
 
Learn more about writer Irena Brežná, artist Mária Bartuszová, traditional songs singer Mária Mačošková, actress Jana Oľhová, director Peter Mikulík, photographers Milota Havránková a Zuzana Mináčová, designer Jozef Kabaňa and opera singer Sergej Kopčák.
 
On the show today we go to the elementary school in Košice, which the First Lady of the United States visited to meet the Ukrainian mothers and children who fled the war in their country. Czech and Slovak school Okenko in London is teaching children their native language, but also their literature, culture and World War 2.…
 
Chris Mullin served from 1987 to 2010 as a Labour MP in the British parliament. During that time, he kept a daily diary of his observations, which has since been published in three acclaimed volumes. The diaries trace the rise and fall of Tony Blair's "New Labour." Mullin himself was associated with the party's left (he edited Tony Benn's book Argu…
 
Mark Vonnegut MD has been a pediatrician for over 30 years. He is the author of the books The Eden Express: A Memoir of Insanity, Just Like Someone Without Mental Illness Only More So, and most recently The Heart of Caring: A Life in Pediatrics. His new book is a collection of observations from his life treating children in the American healthcare …
 
Justine Medina is a member of the organizing committee for the Amazon Labor Union and a packer at the JFK8 warehouse in Staten Island. The ALU recently won a historic victory, defeating Amazon's multi-million dollar union-busting campaign to make JFK8 the first unionized Amazon warehouse in the country. It was a victory many thought impossible. But…
 
Angie Schmitt is a transportation writer and planner whose book Right of Way: Race, Class, and the Silent Epidemic of Pedestrian Deaths in America examines the shocking and disturbing growth in pedestrian deaths on the streets of the United States. After declining for 20 years, pedestrian deaths began climbing drastically again around 2010: These g…
 
Although concepts belonging to the field of epidemiology are used mainly in the study of infectious diseases, they are also relevant to the study of other maladies including mental illnesses. Jonathan speaks with Cambridge PhD student Tomáš Formánek about his ongoing research in the intriguing field of ‘psychiatric epidemiology’. – Although there i…
 
In the first part of the show, we will talk about why do we need to commemorate the events during 1939-1945? Post Bellum's project brings to light the stories of those who experienced first-hand what war is like. We will not forget Europe Day either. Later in the show, Stephen Clark, Director for the European Parliament Liaison Offices will explain…
 
RERUN: People using public transportation in Bratislava and surrounding regions can look forward to integrated passenger terminals. Ukrainian-Slovak Community House opens in Bratislava. Divín castle might be more attractive for tourists this summer thanks to the effort of locals and their quick win ideas.…
 
This week the NewzKidz talk about a recent Italian Court decision that children should take the surnames of both parents, explore why everyone is talking about rising living costs, discuss Snapchat's new flying selfie drone, and report on news that one of Saturn's moons, Titan, could be just the same as Earth.…
 
For this week's episode, Church of England vicar Jamie Franklin was joined by The Rev'd Dr Joseph Boot to talk about issues arising from his new book Ruler of Kings: Towards a Christian Vision of Government . We talked about the cult of the expert, our propensity in the wake of the rejection of a Christian culture to deify the state and to thereby …
 
In September 1938, the Munich agreement was signed by Germany, the United Kingdom, France and Italy. This act resulted in splitting Czechoslovakia. The Slovak State with President and priest Jozef Tiso was established on 14th March 1939 becoming a Nazi ally. This act resulted also into splitting what was then a Czechoslovak company, Radiojournal, i…
 
Knowledge is power, and Wikipedia has the potential to colour our view of the world. However, there is great imbalance between men and women on the website, just like in society at large. Ninety per cent of those who add content to Wikipedia are men and there are four times as many articles about men as there are about women.On Saturday 7 May 2022,…
 
Repeat – The introduction of any new technology, it seems, has its risks as well as its benefits, and Artificial Intelligence technologies are no exception. In this second part of our interview with Juraj Podroužek of the Kempelen Institute of Intelligent Technologies in Bratislava, he elaborates on the difficult question faced by many governments …
 
Gift or grift? When it comes to the spoils of colonialism, perhaps none have been more spoiled than the Hudson’s Bay Company. A 17th century creature of empire which drove a global fur trade, HBC would go on to make itself synonymous with Canada, blanketed in the country’s foundational myths. Along the way, exploiting and extracting all it could fr…
 
News and Topical issue. RERUN: In today’s first story, we are going to discuss the history of YMCA building in Bratislava as well as its impact on the life of Bratislava citizens at the beginning of 20th century. In the second part of the show we are going to move from the city to nature and discuss the importance of wetlands with Karolína Sobeková…
 
In the first part of the show, we are going to talk about the new environmental documentary "Po nás potopa" with its director Dorota Vlnová and the co-producer Adrianna Brosmannová. How can Slovakia can contribute to slow down the climate crisis? Later in the show, activists and experts answer the question of how the war in Ukraine relates to the c…
 
Eventbrite page for our first official live event (a couple of balcony seats may still be available): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/irreverend-face-to-face-tickets-297146823147 In this episode Church of England vicars Thomas Pelham, Daniel French and Jamie Franklin get together to offer a spiritual perspective on current events, this week taking o…
 
The NewzKidz are back from Spring break and this week discuss the French election results, the latest news on the war in Ukraine, the fines given to UK politicians for breaking lockdown rules, and review the film Turning Red.
 
The only showcase festival in Slovakia, SHARPE, welcomed Eurosonic Noordeslag festival programming director in Bratislava. British journalists recommend Slovak music. Some tips for culture for English speakers in Bratislava.
 
On April 18, 1946, George Shuba shook hands with his teammate Jackie Robinson. This was the first game for the future Hall of Famer Jackie, it was also his first homerun hit as a pro, and most importantly it was the first interracial handshake in professional baseball. George Shuba from Youngstown, Ohio, was of a Slovak descent and prayed in Slovak…
 
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