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Treksperts Briefing Room

Treksperts Podcast Network

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From the creators of the hit INGLORIOUS TREKSPERTS podcast comes TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM with hosts LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) and PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) bringing you a series of in-depth curated audio commentaries of STAR TREK episodes and movies featuring leading Treksperts along with special guests from in front of and behind the camera including stars, writers, producers and notable fans. trekspertsplus.com
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USSC Briefing Room

United States Studies Centre

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The USSC Briefing Room is a podcast from the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. It gives you a seat at the table for a briefing on the latest US news and foreign policy. Co-hosts Mari Koeck, Jared Mondschein and Victoria Cooper talk to experts to cover what you need to know and what's beneath the surface of the news.
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Terrorism, espionage and romance, oh my! Welcome to The Briefing Room, the weekly podcast on Film Geek Radio devoted to the Showtime series HOMELAND Join Andrew and Charlie as they analyze each episode of the third season. Are there any clear answers to be gleaned from a show with so many moral grays? What secrets lie hidden in Saul's beard? Tune in to find out!
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Vertx Briefing Room

Vertx

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Have you ever wondered what really goes on out in the field with our Special Forces Units, law enforcement and military and federal agencies? What about the stories of the people behind the mission? How did their life shape their service? How did their service shape their current careers? How about hearing from some of the best shooters in the world? Any interest in learning how the Special Operations Combatives program came to life? If you're anything like us, you want to hear the true stor ...
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The H5N1 strain of avian flu isn't new. It was discovered in China in 1996. But in recent years it's started passing from mammal to mammal and it's now rife on cattle farms in the United States. How much should humans worry? David Aaronovitch speaks to: Professor Wendy Barclay, action medical research chair in virology at Imperial College LondonKai…
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Economic security is on the minds of leaders everywhere. From trade barriers to industrial policy to crackdowns on foreign investments, growing strategic competition is shaping the global economy. What is economic security? What are the trade-offs involved? And how can Australia adapt to this changing world? Director of Economic Security Hayley Cha…
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David Aaronovitch and guests explore the troubled state of the water industry in the UK. How do companies solve the sewage problem, fix the leaks and reduce the debt mountain? Guests: Kate Bayliss, research associate in the Department of Economics at SOAS, University of LondonDavid Hall, visiting professor in the Public Services International Resea…
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In January, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that there is no presidential immunity that would shield former president Trump from prosecution in the case against him regarding his actions to overturn the results of the 2020 election. But the US Supreme Court said they would take up the question, hearing the oral arguments on their last day of …
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Democrats and Republicans have promised to solve the border crisis in recent times but they've failed and it remains a huge election issue. How does the problem get resolved? David Aaronovitch talks to: Gustavo Solis, investigative border reporter at KPBS television station in San DiegoDoris Meissner is Senior Fellow and Director, U.S. Immigration …
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In honour of International Jazz Day, we’re releasing a special episode of the USSC Briefing Room with the Founder and Director of The Jazz and Democracy Project® (J&D) Dr Wesley Watkins. His program integrates jazz into the study of US history, government, civics and culture, specifically, but also into the humanities more broadly, making J&D a cap…
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David Aaronovitch and guests discuss the reasons why millions of people in the UK aged between 16 and 64 are neither working nor looking for work and what we can do about it. Tony Wilson, Director of the Institute for Employment StudiesSam Avanzo Windett, Deputy Director at the Learning and Work InstituteTorsten Bell, Chief Executive at the Resolut…
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When a delegation from the United States Studies Centre (USSC) travelled to Washington DC in 2023, AUKUS came up in every conversation and Australia eagerly awaited a visit from President Biden to Australia that didn’t eventuate. Now we are discussing potentially expanding AUKUS to include Japan and significant legislative reforms are making US-Aus…
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2024 is the year of elections. According to one estimate just under 50% of all the people on earth live in countries where by December 31st there will have been a national vote. In terms of population size there are none bigger than the six week exercise that got underway last Friday. The world’s biggest democracy - India - has gone to the polls an…
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David Aaronovitch and guests explore the thinking behind Iran's decision to attack Israel and ask what the short and long term aims of the Iranian regime are. Guests: Shashank Joshi, Defence editor at The EconomistAli Vaez, Iran Project Director at International Crisis GroupDr Roxane Farmanfarmaian, lecturer specialising in the politics of Iran and…
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by the actor ANTHONY DELONGIS to talk about the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Basics." Don't miss another all-new episode of the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM as Peter and Lisa share stories from notable creat…
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The rules-based order is under stress in the Indo-Pacific and, according to the latest report from Freedom House, democracy has declined for an 18th consecutive year globally. Both Japan and Australia have strong commitments to development assistance in the region, but a new report from the United States Studies Centre (USSC) argues that this is no…
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Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly vowed to “eliminate” Hamas but after six months of death and destruction in Gaza what do we know about their status? David Aaronovitch talks to: Jennifer Jefferis, Teaching Professor at Georgetown University's Security Studies program and author of Hamas: Terrorism, Governance, and its Future in Middle …
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The state pension system relies on the workers of today paying the pensions of current retirees. But does an aging population and rising costs threaten that model continuing? David Aaronovitch talks to: Paul Johnson, Director of the Institute for Fiscal StudiesPaul Lewis, financial journalist and presenter of Radio 4’s Money Box programme Claer Bar…
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by the writer DAVID CARREN to talk about his classic Next Generation episode, "Future Imperfect" along with his career working on The Next Generation during its heyday. Don't miss another all-new episod…
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With the two oldest presidential presumptive nominees in US history, the stakes for the vice presidential selection have never been higher. In 2016 Mike Pence helped deliver the evangelical vote for Trump, but he seems to be going a different direction in 2024. All eyes are on who he will ultimately choose. Will Trump look for a VP to help win swin…
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by the Star Trek: Voyager stars ROBERT DUNCAN MCNEILL & GARRETT WANG, the hosts of the DELTA FLYERS, to talk about the strange new worlds of Star Trek podcasting. Go on a voyage of discovery with the ac…
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Tune in to this episode from, "The Briefing Room" where Lt. Kohrell and sidekick Sgt. Gray interviewed both Trainee Bobby Rodriguez and AJ Raya, who recently graduated from the San Bernardino Sherriffs Academy, Class 234. They discussed their experience going through the 23-week course and provided insight for those interested in joining our Depart…
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One year ago, Anthony Albanese, Rishi Sunak and Joe Biden gathered at Naval Base Point Loma in San Diego to share the ‘optimal pathway’ for Australia to acquire the nuclear-powered submarines under the AUKUS agreement. This critical step laid out the timeline, the type of submarines that would be acquired and the price tag of $268-$368b for AUKUS P…
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This is the third in a series of three episodes this week recorded following USSC’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Simulation in November 2023. In these recordings, leading regional experts sit down with our own resident scholars to discuss Indo-Pacific security issues, trilateral cooperation between Australia, Japan and the United States, and the finer poi…
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2024 is the year of elections. According to one estimate just under 50% of all the people on earth live in countries where by December 31st there will have been a national vote. To mark this phenomenon we are broadcasting three special programmes. In the third and final programme in this special series we’re focusing on South Africa. It is 30 years…
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2024 is the year of elections. According to one estimate just under 50% of all the people on earth live in countries where by December 31st there will have been a national vote. To mark this phenomenon we are broadcasting three special programmes. David Aaronovitch and guests discuss why do some countries bother holding elections if the outcomes ar…
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This is the second in a series of three episodes this week recorded following USSC’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Simulation in November 2023. In these recordings, leading regional experts sit down with our own resident scholars to discuss Indo-Pacific security issues, trilateral cooperation between Australia, Japan and the United States, and the finer po…
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by the legendary MIKE & DENISE OKUDA to talk about bringing original Star Trek back to life in DEEP SPACE NINE's remarkable homage to "The Trouble With Tribbles," "Trials & Tribble-actions Don't miss an…
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This week on the podcast, we’re bringing you the first three episodes in a series recorded following USSC’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Simulation in November 2023. In these recordings, leading regional experts sit down with our own resident scholars to discuss Indo-Pacific security issues, trilateral cooperation between Australia, Japan and the United S…
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In 1964, pre-historic remains were discovered at Jabal Aṣ-Ṣaḥābah - or Mountain of the Companions - in the Nile Valley near what is now the border of northern Sudan and Egypt. That site contained evidence of the earliest known warfare believed to have taken place around 13,500 years ago. It’s thought that climate change led to that conflict; as cro…
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After a year of travel, conferences and meetings in the four Quad countries — Australia, India, Japan and the United States — four think tank experts from across the Indo-Pacific enter the USSC Briefing Room to discuss Quad cooperation. What is the Quad trying to achieve? What is and isn’t working well and how can the four countries more closely an…
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It is two years since Russia began its costly conflict against Ukraine. How does it fund its war effort, how do sanctions impact that and how tight is Putin's grip on power? Guests:Sarah Rainsford, BBC Eastern Europe CorrespondentMaria Shagina, Research Fellow for Economic Sanctions, Standards and Strategy at the International Institute for Strateg…
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by BARBARA DILLON co-editor of Fanbase Press and Watch Trek's BARBARA MACDONALD to discuss "Afterimage" as Ezri wants to quit Starleet from the final season of DEEP SPACE NINE. Don't miss another all-ne…
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Deaths from synthetic opioids such as nitazenes and fentanyl are low in the UK but there are fears the problem could escalate and that figures don't show the true picture of the situation. David Aaronovitch explores how dangerous these drugs are, why the opioid crisis is so bad in the US, where they come from and why a shortage of heroin in the UK …
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Last week, the special counsel Robert Hur released his report with findings of his investigation into President Biden’s handling of classified documents after he left the office of vice president. While a legal vindication in that he will not be charged, it has poured petrol on the fire that is discussion on Biden’s age and whether he’s up for a se…
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This week a great queue of dentistless Bristolians appeared outside a new practice offering NHS treatment. That followed a report on children’s health which specifically referenced the poor and worsening state of their teeth. This week the government announced a package to try and improve things in England. But did it go anything like far enough to…
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by director and longtime Star Trek producer DAVID LIVINGSTON who roll the dice on "The Die Is Cast." Join us as we explore another significant Trek episode on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM as Peter and L…
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This week the Education Select Committee said that Ofsted and the Government must rebuild trust and make major changes to school inspections. This follows months of news coverage of the death of Ruth Perry, the headteacher who killed herself following an Ofsted inspection at her primary school. The coroner ruled that it contributed to her death. Th…
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The UK is experiencing more rain and more floods than previously, and because of climate change this is set to get worse. More than 6 million homes are at risk of flooding in the UK. What is the state of the country’s flood defences? Can people get insurance? What can we do to prepare for a wetter future? David Aaronovitch is joined by the followin…
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Last month, world leaders gathered in Dubai for the UN Climate Change Conference – COP 28. The loss and damage agreement supporting nations impacted by climate change made headlines, but the walk back of language around fossil fuels was viewed by many as a step backwards. Was COP28 a net positive or negative? How relevant is COP anymore? Where shou…
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by writer ERIC STILLWELL to discuss the making of one of The Next Generation's most beloved episodes, "Yesterday's Enterprise." Let history always remember the name "Yesterday's Enterprise," this week o…
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It’s been another difficult week for local government. Birmingham City Council announced it needs to make up to 600 redundancies to help balance its books and Middlesbrough Council decided to apply to the Government for £15m of emergency funding to avoid effective bankruptcy. Also this week new figures have been released showing just how much debt …
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The first contest of the 2024 US presidential election kicked off in Iowa this week. Dedicated Republicans turned out and voiced support for Donald Trump, delivering him the majority of votes with a 30-point margin over his competition. Ron DeSantis barely beat out Nikki Hayley for the number two spot, but Hayley was the only candidate to win a pre…
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As if the conflict in Gaza wasn’t bad enough, the fighting has ignited old and new tensions elsewhere across the region. Since the surprise attack by Hamas on 7th October, clashes on the Lebanon-Israel border have restarted, attacks on US troops stationed in Syria and Iraq have escalated and a group of Houthi armed rebels from Yemen has started fir…
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Looking for something to read? In our ‘Book Talk’ series, our experts discuss their book projects and why you should read them. In this episode, Associate Professor David Smith talks through his research on religious persecution in the United States, the role of religion in politics, and ideas of political order, social cohesion and American identi…
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by Dr. Phlox himself, JOHN BILLINGSLEY, to talk about cloning trip in the acclaimed third season ENTERPRISE episode, "Similitude," written by Manny Coto. So take a Trip back to one of Enterprise's best …
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It’s almost 4 years since the UK left the European Union. Recent polls show a majority of people want to re-join the EU. But is this a realistic option? So in this week’s programme David Aaronovitch asks could we re-join the EU if we wanted? If we did, would it be of any benefit to the UK? And under what terms would the EU have us back? David is jo…
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by Star Trek writer/producer AARON WALTKE (Wizards, Trollhunters) to talk about the past, present and future of STAR TREK: PRODIGY which arrived on Netflix this week. Go inside the animated adventures o…
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Aliens are back on the radar after a US Congressional hearing in the summer that featured former intelligence officer, David Grusch. The US Air Force veteran was once part of a task force created to look into what used to be called UFOs. Mr Grusch gave evidence that caused a sensation in America, claiming that the US military had, for decades, been…
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Are you wondering what to read over the holiday period? In our ‘Book Talk’ series, our experts discuss their latest book projects and why you should read them. In this episode, USSC CEO Dr Michael J. Green sheds light on the evolution of Japan’s grand strategy. How is Abe’s strategic approach to the Indo-Pacific reflected in Japan, Australia and th…
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Housing charity Shelter’s latest figures show that homelessness has risen rapidly in the last year. In England, 279,400 people are living in temporary accommodation - an increase of 14% - most of whom are families. And the government’s own figures reveal that almost half (47%) of families who are homeless in temporary accommodation have been there …
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THIS VOYAGE on the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM, hosts PETER HOLMSTROM (author, The Center Seat) and LISA KLINK (writer, Star Trek: Voyager) are joined by Star Trek: Resurgence writer JON CALLAN to discuss the fourth season episode of LOWER DECKS, "Old Friends, New Planets" Don't miss another all-new episode of the TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM as Peter and…
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Euthanasia is illegal in the UK. All attempts to change the law have failed. Other countries have legalised Assisted Dying and/or Euthanasia. In this week’s Briefing Room with David Aaronovitch we find out what their experience has been and what, if anything, the UK could learn from that. Joining David on the programme are: - Imogen Goold Professor…
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