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Zutaten für den perfekten "Radio mit K - Aerosol Spritz":- 1 Steffen- 1 Felix- 1 geheimer Anrufer- 1 Ballon- 1 Wohnungsübergabe- 1 Handy-Schlüssel-Portemonnaie-Maskée-Song- Mehrere Hotelübernachtungen- Eine Prise Klingelstreiche- Handvoll Eiswürfel- 10 verdammt gute TunesAlles einmal mit viel Liebe umrühren und genießen.Erfahrt wie die Wohnungsüber…
 
Eure unfreiwilligen Kontaktpersonen sind back - egal ob ihr wollt oder nicht! Steffen und Felix stehen mit einer neuen Folge vor der Tür. Erfahrt, warum die Wohnungsübergabe von Felix in einer Vollkatastrophe endete, wie Fernfreundschaften Corona überleben und warum sich Steffen nur noch neonfarbene Klamotten gönnt.Achtung: In dieser Folge reden St…
 
In the latest episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk to Tara Reade,a woman best known by the public for her allegations of sexual harassment and abuse by then-Senator, now-President Joe Biden. She talked about the cold reception her story received in American media, the constant attacks and legal threats she came under…
 
The bees are back in town, going about their daily tasks in pollination, but are they aware that they are in danger? Last year, was a deadly year for the bee populations- we lost over 40% of the honeybee colonies. We spoke with Dave Goulson, a prolific insect author and Professor Of Biology at the University of Sussex, to find out why bees are so v…
 
Is bigger better? Well not for the 120,000 people who have signed up to Dinky One dating it isn’t. The dating app for men with a smaller lunchbox and for women who prefer a lighter snack. Dinky One is the brainchild of businessman, David Minns who launched the dating app for men with small penises just before the UK entered lockdown and it has just…
 
The EU appears to be in the midst of a nervous and emotional breakdown, flip flopping from one decision to the next. One minute they’re making bold and boastful statements that they will have no issue in blocking vital vaccine supplies from entering the UK and the next they announce that they will be cooperating with Great Britain to ensure that a …
 
New research led by academics at UCL and King’s College London has suggested that withdrawing from antipsychotic drugs may require months or even years. The review represents the first ever scientific paper outlining how exactly antipsychotic medication should be reduced in order to minimise both withdrawal effects and the risk of relapse. With mor…
 
Never before has a generation been so dependent on technology. As the pandemic and lockdown wraps its tentacles around society more people than ever are living life online. Throughout the last year social media has continued to grow and many would say it has become a vital part of their lives and offers them an outlet to communicate with their frie…
 
In the week following the mass shooting of three different spas in Atlanta, little is known about the circumstances of the attacks. A 21-year-old man has admitted to carrying out the shooting that left 8 people dead. According to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s official announcement, the suspect claimed that he committed the acts because of his sex a…
 
New research has suggested that hearing loss and other auditory problems may be strongly linked to coronavirus. Researchers at the University of Manchester estimate 7.6% of people infected with COVID-19 experience hearing loss, whilst some 14.8% suffer from tinnitus. Looking at these findings in greater detail we spoke to Kevin Munro, an Ewing Prof…
 
Donald Trump’s strategic advisor has announced that the former US president will soon return to social media "with his own platform". Trump was de-platformed from Twitter, Facebook, and a range of other platforms following January's deadly riots at the US Capitol in Washington DC. With more on this story, we spoke to London Mayoral Candidate Winsto…
 
The UK's decision to leave the EU is beginning to make more and more sense with each passing day as European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen continues to throw her toys out of the pram.In a move which has been described as mad, bad and dangerous, Ursula von der Leyen has announced that "Brussels would stop shipments of the AstraZeneca vac…
 
The first high-level meeting between the US and China of the Biden administration got off to a fiery start after both sides heavily criticised each other’s policies in a rare public display. Looking at the significance of this meeting between the two superpowers, we spoke to Tom Harper, Assistant Professor at Neijiang Normal University, in this int…
 
Once upon a time, in a land before the pandemic, if you had heard the word Zoom uttered, you may well have thought that somebody was describing an ice cream or a ride at a theme park. However, in an era where coronavirus reigns supreme, it is a word that has entered our daily lives and the lexicon and has been a constant companion throughout lockdo…
 
Even the most ardent Brexit remainers must be breathing a sigh of relief that the UK isn’t currently involved in the vaccine chaos engulfing Europe.17 countries including Germany, France, Italy and Spain made the controversial decision to suspend the use of the AstraZeneca vaccination in the wake of reports that the vaccine could cause serious bloo…
 
Questions over personal ethics and responsibilities have dominated debates around the coronavirus, including whether or not it’s our individual duty to stay safe and free from infection. Considering some of these queries and the implications of our actions, we spoke to Vittorio Bufacchi, Author and Senior Lecturer at University College Cork.For mor…
 
Forecasts provided by ICE Data services show that frenzied sell-offs in the US government's debt markets have spilled into corporate bonds. As a result, company borrowing costs have risen higher compared to when the US economy was still recovering from the COVID pandemic. Looking at implications created by dysfunctional financial markets, we spoke …
 
Throughout the pandemic, many Work from Home parents have employed a common babysitter, the 'Screen'. Be it the iPad, the phone or the TV, many children have been getting far more sedentary time than in ‘normal’ times. We spoke with Meghan Owens, author of the book 'Spoiled Right: Delaying Screens and Giving Children What They Really Need', about h…
 
Does playing with Barbie increase the risk of eating disorders? New research shows that Skinny dolls can make girls as young as six unhappy with their own bodies. But is Barbie to blame or is this an issue for all of society? We spoke to Professor Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University about the ways toys can harm the way young girls look at themselv…
 
The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted the lives of adults, families and children across the world. For children in particular every key measure of childhood has regressed over the last 12 months, with experts now eager to examine the damage caused to their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Looking at how COVID has impacted the development o…
 
There are questions being asked if the UK will ever truly be free from the ball and chain of Brussels. This come as the Bloc stands poised to pursue legal action against Britain for their decision to unilaterally extend the grace period in border regulations in Northern Ireland.Former Brexit negotiator Lord David Frost has condemned the EU for thei…
 
Celebrities, sports personalities and influencers, are being used by governments around the world to help promote COVID vaccines and push compliance for public health protocol. It comes as the UK prepares to ramp up vaccines for its citizens with over 50’s expected to be invited for jabs later on in the month. Looking at the role celebrities play i…
 
Is there such a thing as an amicable divorce these days? It would seem not, as the EU like a scorned lover continues to stalk the UK, lurking in the shadows, ready and waiting to retaliate and rebuke Britain’s new bachelor lifestyle and anything that they believe infringes upon their divorce settlement.There had been promises of friendship, but it …
 
Academics have warned that the digital divide in the UK is affecting millions of the country’s poorest citizens and may lead to the creation of a two-tiered society. Britain’s digital divide was made worse by damage caused by the COVID pandemic but is a problem that has been left untreated for the past 25 years. Looking at what the private and publ…
 
American Football is at the forefront of a revolution, as they look to lead the way in breaking down barriers for women in male dominated sports. Eight women currently coach in the NFL and Washington recently appointed Jennifer King to their coaching roster. Making her the first African American, female assistant position coach, in league history. …
 
Dramatised for the purposes of public entertainment, rumours of scandal and gossip, well scripted with fine performances from leading actors. No we’re not talking about the latest series of the Crown. This was the real Royal Family soap opera where fact is stranger than fiction.The UK Premier of the much anticipated Oprah Winfrey interview with Har…
 
Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex has said she found life within the British Royal Family so difficult that at times she "didn't want to be alive anymore". This was one of the key pieces of information revealed during the in depth interview between Oprah Winfrey and the royal couple. This has shone a spotlight on the way in which we interact with celeb…
 
From vegan diets, to catching up on lost sleep, there’s more diets and weight loss programmes available now then ever before. On the back of high-profile health regimes, one new method has looked at the role of behavioural psychology and how it could help improve our relationship with food. Looking at this story in greater detail we spoke to Claire…
 
Despite infertility being close to the same level between men and women, fertility between the two sexes is very different. The record for world’s oldest father still remains firmly in the hands of Ramjit Raghav, an Indian man who fathered his last son at 96 years of age, with the world oldest mother being just 66. Looking at the differences betwee…
 
Is the value of Bitcoin about to shoot up to the moon or crash and burn? The price of bitcoin has returned above fifty thousand dollars as it recovers from one of the most severe dips in its history. While some predict that the crypto currency is set to reach all time highs, sceptics warn the volatile market could be the biggest financial bubble of…
 
For the first time ever, the Bank of America has published a comprehensive report analyzing diversity and inequality at major corporations. Studying factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, immigration status, and disability, research shows that if companies embrace true diversity and inclusion society can build back better, fairer and r…
 
It was the most anticipated budget of a generation as the eyes of a nation descended upon chancellor Rishi Sunak. A man who has the unenviable task of helping to balance Britain’s books at a time when national debt stands at £2.1 trillion.The budget required all the poise of a tightrope walker trying to ensure the delicate balance between survival …
 
The US State Health Department has announced an approximate 7.2% decline in births for December 2020. The figures come 12 months after the start of COVID pandemic after experts suggested that lockdowns could spark a baby boom and record birth rates globally. Looking at how COVID has changed the way we give birth, we spoke to Alison Edwards, a Visit…
 
As different strains, variations and mutations of Covid-19 morph their way throughout the world, vital research has revealed that it isn’t just symptoms of a fever, dry cough, and losing your sense of taste and smell that we should be aware of.A study into Covid-19 has uncovered rarer symptoms that may be a sign of the deadly virus, that we’ve prev…
 
According to a newly published study one in three young adults in Britain are addicted to their smartphones and unable to sleep. Four in ten people aged 18 to 30 cannot stay away from screens, however it may not be limited to young people. The coronavirus pandemic has led to the population sleeping more, but the quality of sleep has decreased. For …
 
Britain’s government is gearing up for its annual budget announcement as Chancellor Rishi Sunak seeks to balance the country’s books following record levels of borrowing across 2020. So far, £1.65bn has already been allocated for the UK’s vaccination programme, with reports suggesting that several tax rises may be introduced by Sunak, fuelling conc…
 
Last night, the Disney Pixar animated movie Soul won best animated feature at the Golden Globe Awards. Nomadland and Borat were the other big winners at the unique event. Hollywood itself has faced many challenges this year with the closure of cinemas and stilted production of new movies due to Coronavirus measures. Many believed animated films wou…
 
Guess whose back? Donald Trump made a triumphant return to the spotlight as the former president enthralled thousands of Republicans at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Trump stood before his supporters and earned rapturous applause as he asked them, “Do you miss me yet?” In his first public address since leaving the White House, he em…
 
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