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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 and The Reverend Doctor J.A. Franklin, we attempt to give some answers.Email us at irreverendpod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @IrreverendPod. We also have a youtube channel which can be found by searching Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs!
 
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.
 
A Conscious-Comedy Podcast in which The Bajan Empress - Empress Yve, shares her views on relationships, news, and current affairs from her unique perspective. Bringing Wokeness with a Bajan twist to the world of podcasting. The Bajan Empress also has bonus episodes called The Heart Talks where she interviews inspiring guests to uplift, inform and inspire her listeners. Please rate and review the podcast if you enjoy it. If you don't, then Empress Yve says go on about your merry way! :)
 
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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It was meant as a gesture in support of Indigenous women. A one of a kind design by an Indigenous artist known for her bold, provocative imagery. But when it comes to her latest work, it’s not what her art shows that’s sparked strife so much as where it’s shown—wrapped around a cold can of beer. Cue the beer can backlash, with some slamming the art…
 
The NewzKidz are back after the Spring Break! This week Zara reports on the sad news that His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has died at the age of 99; Rose reports on this week's volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of St Vincent; Aiza rounds up the latest news on the Coronavirus pandemic, and Laurie covers the recent discov…
 
Apologies for the mic drama! Technical glitches abounded m'dears. The Empress has decided to look at the subject of having those difficult conversations, the ones that make us uncomfortable, squeamish or just downright angry in some cases. How can we navigate them? Is there a middle way? Or are we just fragile egos who will always feel uncomfortabl…
 
This week Revs Tom and Jamie give it both barrels on the subject of Easter Monday's dismal, doom-mongering, life-sapping press conference, predicting imminent death for the entirety of the human race unless we wear masks forever and never touch another human being again...oh and also unless the government are allowed to create a new medical aparthe…
 
Continuing our series of semi-regular immigration updates, Current Affairs' resident immigration lawyers Brianna Rennix and Oren Nimni explain the Biden administration's supposed changes in immigration policy, and what they've seen on the ground so far. This episode, like all our immigration updates, is not paywalled.This episode was edited by Dan …
 
Daniel Long farming activist and running for president of Macra na Feirme. ***** Things that seem good aren’t always good, things that seem bad aren’t always bad, and things that really are good or bad can sometimes have the confounding outcomes. If you get three education spokespersons in a studio, they’ll usually come out with […] The post Here's…
 
News and Topical Issue. Mortgage specialist Bruno Gabel explains how COVID-19 affected the prices of flats, mortgages and consumer behaviour in this segment. Public transportation in the city of Bratislava and the surrounding region to be supported by changes in ticket prices.
 
News and Topical Issue. In the first part of today’s show, we are going to discuss the relation between transport and biodiversity with Professor Peter Mederly and put it into the context of the BISON project launched by the European Commission. Then we are going to discuss the importance of silence on our well-being and adjustments that can be mad…
 
Following the daily news bulletin we will speak to Jana Šturdíková, a young photographer who documents abandoned chateaus and manor houses. Then we will visit the ruin of Likava castle within 3rd round of the RSI competition cycle: "Once there was a castle...". Listen to the feature and enter the competition to win some interesting prizes. On the s…
 
The Current Affairs panel welcomes a guest - Ryan Kekeris (@punished_ryan), director of communications of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades. In this episode, Ryan explains the ins and outs of the PRO Act, Sparky gives us a potted history of trade routes, and the team explore what it means to turn powerlessness into power. The pa…
 
Special Easter Monday edition - How is the celebration of Easter different in the Slovak countryside as compared with in a city like Bratislava? Jonathan speaks with Ján Tkáč, who grew up in the remote region of eastern Slovakia and now lives in Bratislava, about just this question. Why is Easter still such a significant holiday for Christians afte…
 
Easter special: Good Friday. In today’s special edition of Slovakia Today, we are going to discuss Easter traditions and symbols with ethnologist Marta Botíková. Then, we are going to discuss the celebration of International Bird Day observed on 1 April with Ján Gúgh of the Slovak Ornithological Society/BirdLife Slovakia. And finally, Patrícia Bran…
 
In this heart-opening episode, The Bajan Empress speaks with Neloo Naderi, a community builder, TEDx speaker, mental health advocate, CEO of Peace Unleashed, host of NelooTV, and co-host of the Unleash Your Peace podcast. Neloo and her family faced religious persecution, fleeing to the US from Iran when she was just 5 years old. Her desire to break…
 
In this week's episode, we celebrate our newly acquired number one Christian podcast in the UK status and attempt to answer some frequently asked questions and comments: What should I do if I still want to go to church and haven't got one? And the often repeated story of people either being literally excluded from churches through church closure or…
 
Canine colonial. Is it apt to draw parallels between the worst ills of mainstream child welfare systems and those of animal welfare? It’s the potentially provocative thesis of the Vancouver Humane Society, a thesis they soon hope to put into practice. Joining host/producer Rick Harp for a decolonial discussion on dogs on and off the rez are MI regu…
 
Following the news bulletin we will talk about the upcoming Easter holidays and their online forms. Then, on the eve of April Fools' Day, we will also delve into the 1980s American comedy and their fascination with two brothers from Czechoslovakia - the Wild and Crazy Festrunk brothers from the famous SNL skit.…
 
They’re one of Canada’s oldest political parties. Heck, they gave the country its first ever prime minister back in 1867. Today, the Conservative Party of Canada hopes to form the next federal government. They may get their chance: rumours of a summer election abound. Making the party’s recent policy convention—and the associated keynote speech of …
 
If you were offered a chance to travel to the surface of the planet Mars, would you go? What if they told you that you could never come back? This is exactly the decision that a few people will be making sometime in the next 15-20 years, according to Jiří Šilha, a researcher in the Division of Astronomy and Astrophysics at Bratislava's Comenius Uni…
 
News and Topical issue. The integration of foreigners from countries outside the EU on the labour market in Slovakia- interview with Roman Hlatky the co-author of a recent published study on this topic; Reactions to the healthcare chapter of the national draft of the Recovery plan.
 
On the Friday show, mortgage specialist Bruno Gabel explains how pandemic affected the prices of flats, mortgages and consumer behaviour in this segment. Ice hockey player Dávid Skokan shares his feeling about the season at the start of the playoffs.
 
The Empress is celebrating her 6 month anniversary of the podcast (well almost!) and so she's compiled some clips from some of the episodes for this special episode. There are clips from the Empress with guests for The Heart Talks and others with just the Empress and some with her assistant Yve Anmore. Tune in and enjoy this celebratory moment with…
 
After the customary round of hellos, we celebrate the Church's victory in Scotland in which the unconstitutional banning of services has been overturned in the courts. We move from there to assess a document given to us by a listener that comes from the CofE Bath and Wells diocese, in which an assessment is made of the Church's performance in the p…
 
Marking 95 years of radio broadcasting in Slovakia, we now present to you popular yet hidden heroes of the WWII era in Slovak Radio. People working in this institution saved lives, gave hope, and not only documented history but also created it.
 
After the regular news bulletin we will look on the historic season of the skier Petra Vlhová, who has become the first Slovak skier ever to win a Large Crystal Globe. Then Romana Grajcarová will speak to one of the biggest Slovak slowness advocates, Viktor Suchý, about why is it worth to slow down from time to time.…
 
Once again we peruse, examine and eat your voicemails. Subjects include office animals, accusations of "childishness", the nature of the self and imaginary metros.The panel this week was made up of senior editor Brianna Rennix, administrative Zoomer Kate Gauthreaux, amusements & managing editor Lyta Gold, editor-in-chief Nathan J. Robinson, and hos…
 
The development of so-called 'nanocomposites' - materials made by combining nanoparticles with other materials - has become a hot topic these days, offering the possibility of new applications which until recent years were not thought possible. One of these is a possible future treatment for cancer patients, by injecting so-called 'nano-platforms' …
 
This week Rose reports on the latest news about Coronavirus vaccines including the recent controversy over the AstraZeneca jab, Zara reviews the book 'Private Peaceful', Laurie talks about International Day of Happiness and Aiza reports on the new campaign from footballer Wilfried Zaha for every child to be given a free musical instrument at school…
 
News and Topical issue. They are all over politicians' lips when it comes to promises but fail to become reality after elections- the saga of new modern public hospitals in Slovakia seen through the eyes of the project manager of one of them.
 
A crapload of controversy. Did an Indigenous member of the Manitoba Legislature cross the line when she claimed members of the governing Conservative party "just don't give a crap about Indigenous women and girls in this province"? The Speaker sure thought so: ejecting the member for refusing to apologize or withdraw her so-called indecorous langua…
 
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