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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 ...
 
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.
 
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
 
The Global Current is the Seton Hall School of Diplomacy’s premier podcast on international affairs. Each week, we explore and analyze a news story making waves around the world. From the Capitol Hill riots to the Uighur camps in China, Current members break down pressing stories while engaging in thoughtful conversation with fellow students and faculty. Catch the Current on Instagram @TheGlobalCurrent and tune in live every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. EST on 89.5 FM WSOU.
 
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Tsitsi Chiyangwa has a chat with the man of the moment Tinashe Mugabe the Principal Consultant and Co-Founder of Global DNA Zimbabwe and the Executive Director of Family Bonds Foundation Charlene Gail Taruwona, discussing on the impact of DNA testing on family relations.Av ZiFM Stereo News & Current Affairs
 
For Canadians, it was a revelation that seemingly came out of nowhere: the confirmation back in May of over 200 unmarked graves at Kamloops, BC, thought to be the remains of young people who decades ago attended one of Canada’s nearly 140 Indian Residential schools. Children who never got to go home to the families from whom they’d been forcibly re…
 
Dr David Ellis is Associate Professor of Information systems at Bath University and a member of that university's Academic Ethics and integrity committee. The Active Consent Unit has its own section on the NUIG website, and its media page posts inaccurate media coverage of its work without comment. What appears to be their YouTube account […] The p…
 
Church of England vicars Tom and Jamie sit down to talk about the week's news, including: Sajid Javid says that parental consent will not be needed for the jab rollout for 12-15s after the decision on the jabs was re-delegated to the Chief Medical Officer because the JCVI did not recommend it; the government denies that there will be a lockdown thi…
 
This week we have fun while putting some commercial Lager's against Craft Beer Lagers: Rockshore Lager VS Black Donkey Western Warrior Heineken VS Blacks of Kinsale 1601 Canadian Lager VS Hope Beer Underdog We also talk about: Limerick's all Ireland Hurling win Some English Premership Returns Celebrity MasterChef Some Doggy Demolition Much More Joi…
 
The discovery that some of the moons of the larger planets in our solar system have liquid water under the surface, and hence the potential to support life, came as a big surpise to scientists, as these moons were far outside the so-called “habitable zone” – the region nearer the sun containing Earth and Mars, and previously believed to be the only…
 
Mona-Lisa Dube has a chat with the Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe, Chief Executive Officer Tafadzwa Chinamo and they are discussing on Zimbabwe's capital market, what defines the market and how to invest in theses markets.Av ZiFM Stereo News & Current Affairs
 
After nearly 20 years of civil war and foreign intervention, the Taliban have regained control of Afghanistan. Observers from around the world were shocked at the speed of the takeover, sparking finger-pointing in the United States and fear among Afghans. While the Taliban has promised to be more inclusive and to fight terrorism, are analysts are s…
 
On the ocassion of the Memorial Day for Victims of the Holocaust and of Racial Violence, remembering the 95 years of Radio broadcasting in Slovakia, we bring you the story and music of the Jewish composer who survived a death march to become, later, an inseparable part of Slovak Radio history.
 
On the show today, we will discuss how to teach complicated issues connected to the war time Slovak state, educating not only young pupils, but even young football players. This is also the topic of the conference "Facing the Holocaust Today" as well as the life story of the football legend Leopold Jim Šťastný. On the show today you can also look f…
 
The problem of “filter bubbles” – a phenomenon caused by social network AI algorithms recommending to their users only the kind of content they will like or agree with – has been well documented in the past few years. But could AI itself provide the solution to this problem? Jonathan asks Robert Moro, an AI expert at the Kempelin Institute in Brati…
 
The Zimbabwe Agriculture show is one the biggest agriculture exhibition in the country. ZAS CEO, Andrew Matibiri had a conversation with Mona-Lisa Dube updating her on the preparations of their 111th edition and their role in ensuring that Zimbabwe is food secure and can be the bread basket of the region again.…
 
News and Topical Issue. Do Slovaks use online dating apps? What is online dating like in times of pandemic? And what does a psychologist think about this kind of dating? Natália Gresty will tell us in the first story followed by an interview with Lenka Petráková, the author of a unique design of an ocean-cleaning floating station that is going to b…
 
Revs Daniel and Tom are away this week, so this is Rev Jamie with a quick update on a few things and some thoughts on the recent Terence Malick film A Hidden Life. If you'd like something to listen to in lieu of the pod this week, have a look at Jamie's recent conversation with Ralph from Right Reaction, "For a Christian Defence". Also of interest …
 
School, school, school. September 2 starts the new year in primary and secondary or elementary and high schools in Slovakia. On this ocassion, pupils Anna&Anna talk school. Later on, we will play songs related, more or less, to school.
 
On the Wednesday show we will observe the Day of the Constitution of the Slovak Republic by looking at the document’s evolution in time. Then we look behind the scenes of the preparations for the upcoming papal visit to Slovakia and also speak to the Slovak Paralympic champion Jozef Metelka.
 
With the emergence of so-called ‘superbugs’ – bacteria that are resistant to our current range of antibiotics – researchers have become focused on trying to develop new and more powerful ones. But how are such new medications found? Are they invented, or discovered? In this the second part of their discussion, organic chemist Pavol Jakubec speaks w…
 
On this week’s collected, connected conversations—our final show of the summer—more of our COVID contemplations. Featured voices this podcast include (in order of appearance): • Candis Callison, Associate Professor in the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies and the School of Journalism, Writing and Media at UBC • Kim TallBear, Professor in th…
 
Mona-Lisa Dube has a chat with the Zimbabwe Investment Development Agency Chief Executive Officer Douglas Munatsi and they discussed investment opportunities in Zimbabwe, how the agency is balancing between foreign and domestic investors as well as issues around cartels and corruption in investment opportunities.…
 
News and Topical Issue. A simple step helped to increase the population of endangered Grey herons in central southern Slovakia. Horný Zemplín, one of the least developed Slovak regions, joins the international Carpathia tourist brand, aiming to be a premium locality. Local artists hope to bring back life to the iconic, though decaying, Družba cinem…
 
Vicars Tom Pelham and Jamie Franklin sit down to discuss the latest news from a theological and scriptural perspective. Our opening Scriptures are Zechariah 3 and Romans 5:1-12: the message of the righteousness of Christ given to unworthy sinners. We talked about the notion of vaccine passports in church and society, and we review some theological …
 
On the Wednesday show we take part in the first edition of L´Etape Slovakia by Tour de France. Then we speak to foreigner, who walked this summer the iconic Trail of the Heroes of the Slovak National Uprising. Summer tips for things to do around Slovakia coming too.
 
Once again the ‘ethical hackers’ of Bratislava’s IT security firm Nethemba have discovered a vulnerability in the NCZI government database storing Covid-related health information for Slovak citizens – this time their vaccination and test result records. Nethemba owner Pavol Luptak speaks with Jonathan about how he happened on the security flaw sim…
 
News and Topical Issue. Viktor Suchy is a teacher, writer, literary theorist and one of the biggest advocates of slowness in Slovakia. Why slowing down is important? You will find out in the first interview followed by a feature in which we discussed the concept of degrowth with ecological economist Tadeáš Žďárský.…
 
Revs Tom and Jamie sit down to discuss the big stories of the day, beginning with the withdrawal of Western troops from Afghanistan. What has this got to do with Christianity? Quite a lot actually. Further, we review madness north of the wall as the benign leader of People's Republic of Scotland seeks to makes extraordinary Covid powers, well, a bi…
 
After the invasion of Warsaw pact troops to Czechoslovakia, Slovak Radio became the only media with the free broadcast. How come? Slovak National Museum comes up with a revised version of a book presenting its collection to English speakers.
 
We meet David Ondra and Kevin Jorgeson, international rock climbing superstars who visited Bratislava, and touch on the climbing revival at the 2020 Olympics. Then we go into the pre-WW2 Bratislava to hear the story about the Jewish wrestler David Unreich. And conclude the show by taking some themed routes around Slovakia.…
 
With internet fraud steeply on the rise, and hackers finding new ways to breach the security of our online accounts, IT security managers have been forcing us to make our online passwords longer and more complicated – and thus harder to remember. But hard-to-remember passwords are not necessarily the best solution, according to IT security expert P…
 
On this week’s collected, connected conversations (the eighth in our summer series): part one of our pandemic ponderings. A disease that’s thrown many into disarray, COVID-19 has come up often on this podcast. And for good reason: disproportionately afflicted with health care gaps, Indigenous peoples' vulnerability made them the subject of dire pre…
 
A fantastic conversation with Kussi Bernardo the CEO of Multitel. Listen to learn how Multitel has provided quality telecom services in Angola for 25 years. The only Podcast focused on bringing you the best in current affairs, news and interviews concerning Angola on the West Coast of Africa. Podcast host: Douglas Black Multitel Website: https://ww…
 
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