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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, follow us on Twitter @irreverendpod or on Telegram at https://t.me/irreverendpod. We also hav ...
 
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
 
Truthdig Podcast - Interviews and spoken articles from a Web magazine providing expert in-depth coverage of current affairs as well as a variety of thoughtful, provocative content assembled from a progressive point of view.
 
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Revs Tom and Jamie sit down to discuss a sad week which saw the brutal murder of one of the few great men in public life, Sir David Amess. We discuss the political, religious and cultural issues that this event raises, and we celebrate something of the goodness of the man himself. We also look at an article by Tom Woodman which confesses that he ca…
 
This week the NewzKidz report on the death of Colin Powell and the murder of Sir David Amess MP, World Food Day, the winners of the new Earthshot Prize, and some interesting news from the art world.Bởi NewzKidz
 
CBC News has recently reported that a number of women have come forward with allegations of sexual assault against an Ontario medicine man. Although allegations are not the same as charges or convictions, the stories the women have shared are reminiscent of an all-too-familiar scenario: the kind of stories we’ve all heard whispered about certain he…
 
Dr Geraldine Simmie Mooney is a senior lecturer in education at the University of Limerick and director of EPI STEM, the National Centre for STEM Education. ***** One thing that, I thought, the Green Party had that left wing parties didn’t, was an understanding of how taxes could be used to modify behaviour. The Greens […] The post Here's How 126 –…
 
Originals of quality book illustrations for kids are on display in Bratislava as of Oct 15. With the managers of the international festival as well as its this year's ambassador, we talk about the importance of quality works of art for children development as well as about the increasing quality of comic books. The Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra ope…
 
Exiled Bangladeshi writer Ahmedur Rashid Chowdhury recently visited the Slovak capital, where he called on Slovakia to help exiled writers and artists work through their trauma. Bratislava reminds him of Bangladesh in a way, as he thinks people are more open here.
 
Why would a world-renowned physicist and Nobel laureate choose to give his time to helping with a relatively unknown science award in a small country like Slovakia? Jonathan asks Professor Kip Thorne, in Bratislava last week to chair the 2021 Eset Science Award, just this question. Are science competitions for secondary school students more than ju…
 
News and Topical Issue. Hans Broos was a Slovakia born architect who moved to Brasil and bacame one of the top Brasilian architects. In the feature, you will hear an interview with Slovak film director Ladislav Kaboš who has recently made a documentary called Architect of brutal poetics (Architekt drsnej poetiky) about life and work of Hans Broos. …
 
News and Topical Issue. Since this is a rerun of our Sunday show, which premiered on 26 September, a part of today’s show is dedicated to your letters. Nevertheless, you will also hear great Slovak music, an interview with Slovak Singer Nina Rosa, and a discussion about Slovak folk songs and dances.
 
In this week's episode, Revs Jamie and Tom sit down to talk about all the various things that we normally do, including this week Sajid Javid and Nadhim Zahawi writing a letter to encourage children to "come forward" for the vaccine after about only 10% have so far, the importance of touch and embodied community and how can the Church truly recover…
 
A special exhibition playing with the importance of potatoes in Slovak regions will close soon in the northern Slovak very colourful village of Važec. From 2021, 12th October is celebrated as a memorial day in Slovakia being dedicated to literature fighting for basic human rights.
 
This week the NewzKidz report on global energy shortages, Prince Charles's recent comments on climate change activism, World Mental Health Day, and a new movie being filmed at the International Space Station.Bởi NewzKidz
 
On the Wednesday programming we discuss the Slovak take, but more importantly the takeaway from the Czech Republic's recently held general election. Afterwards we browse through the newly launched map of the U.S. – Slovak cooperation in the spheres of education and research.
 
For decades, astronomers wanting to use their high-powered telescopes to peer up into the night sky have had to deal with the problem of so-called ‘light pollution’, mainly from artificial city lights getting in the way of their observations. In recent years, however, a different source of light pollution has become more and more of a problem for t…
 
News and Topical Issue: In the first part of todays show we are going to discuss Slovak product design with Slovak Design Centre director Maros Schmidt. The interview was created on the occasion of Slovak Design Award 2021. Then you will hear an interview with film director Jakub Cibik with whom we discussed his latest film White Carpathians Fruit …
 
Interior, Health and Justice Ministries join forces to protect healthcare workers, who have been facing threats from the opposers of vaccination. This autumn, new and quite unique central bus station opened in Bratislava.
 
Join Revs Tom, Daniel and Jamie for the one-year anniversary special of Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs! Our Scripture is taken from Philippians 4:8-9. We reflect on a year's worth of pertinent, theological analysis of current events through the medium of the "Irreverend Awards", a full list of the winners (and losers) is below these notes, b…
 
Dr Karen Keaveney is Head of Subject for Rural Development, and an Assistant Professor in the School of Agriculture and Food Science, University College Dublin. ***** A short update on the last podcast about the conflicts of interest and poor academic and ethical standards at the Active Consent Unit in NUI Galway - we will […] The post Here's How 1…
 
The NewzKidz are back! After a long summer break, the NewzKidz are back reporting on a round-up of the week's top news and current affairs stories. This week, they cover the UK fuel supply crisis, why Facebook went offline on Monday, National Poetry Day, the discovery of the world's largest underwater volcano and the latest on the volcanic eruption…
 
October is known also as the month of respect for the elderly. On the show today we will speak to a social anthropologist Ľubica Volanská about the position of seniors in Slovak society. We talk also about projects that can actively involve seniors in social life, whether it is participation in public policies or intergenerational cultural events, …
 
These days many Slovak parents are living outside of Slovakia and bemoan the fact that their children neither speak their mother-tongue nor understand their culture. Slovak parents in Great Britain, however, have come together to solve this problem by providing something extra for their children - something they can only provide as volunteers worki…
 
On the show today, we will roam around Bratislava with Jonathan McCormick and a Chinese tour guide, Paul Yung. Later, Romana Grajcarová is going to discuss primary forests in Slovakia as well as a proposal to declare Slovak Primeval Nature Reserve that would provide Slovak primary forest with the highest level of protection. And since on October 4,…
 
For this special episode of the podcast, Rev'd Dr Jamie Franklin is joined by Dr Ali Haggett, academic and practitioner in the areas of mental health and well-being, and Rev'd Dr William Philip, former cardiologist and senior minister of the Tron Church, Glasow, to discuss the neglect and abuse of residents in the UK's care homes. Restriction of vi…
 
On our first-ever “rapid round” of shorter conversations on multiple topics (recorded via the social audio app Clubhouse), we discuss: provinces that won't make Orange Shirt Day a holiday; the stripping of a residential school advocate’s name from various Edmonton locations; and what happens on Twitter when an Israel state official tweets in suppor…
 
News and Topical Issue. In today’s show, we are going to talk with three foreigners and owners of Bratislava-based restaurants and discuss with them how they managed the first two waves of coronavirus pandemic and how they are preparing for the third one. Then you will hear an interview with Hungarian director Hajni Kis and actor Zorka Horváth abou…
 
After a discussion of the fuel shortage crisis and the superiority of Medieval civilisation to our own, Revs Jamie, Daniel and Tom move on to a consideration of the Covid-19 narrative as a type of religious phenomenon, the role of sin in the modern Church conversation and the topic of biblical conspiracy theories! Our Scripture this week is taken f…
 
Significant author of Slovak origin living in Switzerland will receive German PEN Centre award for tirelessly defending justice and freedom. On this occasion, we rerun the interview she gave to RSI in 2018. On the occasion of his 70, we bring you the voice of one of the most significant tenors in the history of Slovak classical music.…
 
Hotel manager Tiago Viganó from Brazil has been living in Slovakia since 2008. Today he manages one of the hotels in the centre of Bratislava, and is one of the faces of the festival of new minorities, Fjúžn, which took place last week in the Slovak capital. Gabriela Muller Mendoza, a communication coach, who dedicates her work to supporting new le…
 
Carbon coup. When it comes to fighting climate change, have Indigenous activists made much of a difference? Do we really know what their myriad anti-pipeline actions add up to? Turns out, a lot—now with the numbers to back it up. They come from a recent report that’s literally quantified the amount of greenhouse gas emissions either stopped or dela…
 
Is there intelligent life to be found on any other planet but our own, anywhere else in the universe? Within the past century or so this question has been the focus of much scientific research and has cost government treasuries a lot of money. But have the results of this so-called Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence, or SETI, justified all t…
 
News and Topical Issue. In todays’ show you will hear an interview with Roma language translator and journalist Erika Godlová, who was present in Luník 9 on the day of the Pope’s visit and will provide us with an interesting insight into the particular relationship of Slovak Romas to the Catholic Church.…
 
Slovak national cycling coordinator discusses the European mobility week in Slovakia. Slovak Technical University wants to turn unused railways into cycling roads. The city of Nitra set out cooperation with Icelandic scientists to prevent the use of drugs among young people.
 
This week we launch our "Official Craft Beer All Ireland Championship" The CBCA All Ireland Championship is a fun light hearted competition to find our favourite Irish Craft Beer. In this episode we have the first Match Up Sligo VS Mayo. Lough Gill: Arethusa VS Mescan: Westporter Stout. We also talk about: Nirvana's famous Album Cover. The woman wh…
 
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