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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 and follow us on Twitter @IrreverendPod. We also have a youtube channel which can be found by ...
 
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
 
Thanks for listening to the Postal Affairs podcast! BCC Software recently acquired Satori Software from Quadient, and as a result, this podcast will no longer be updated. However, we’d like to encourage you to instead subscribe to the BCC Software podcast – Industry Corner – where we break down postal industry topics, explain the current state of the industry, and what it means for your business. You can listen today on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts Stitcher, or on Soundcloud. For more inf ...
 
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On the show today we will visit the Olympic Festival organised for the first time in Slovakia. Spectators can come and watch the Olympics, moreover, try out different Olympic sports. Then we will speak about Slovak legacy in Japan, not necessarily the sport legacy, but folk culture. In another segment dedicated to summer news from the regions we wi…
 
Current Affairs is joined this week by Jacobin staff writer Luke Savage! Together, the panel asks if there are countries that exist outside the US and if they are bad, investigate the trope "the left are so crazy that they drove me to the right", and give some TV recommendations.The flock this week was made up of Luke Savage, senior editor Brianna …
 
On this week’s collected, connected conversations (the sixth in our summer series): back to school. Well, not quite yet. But it is around the corner, so we thought we’d help you prep with an education-related retrospective. And with so much material to cover, we’ve set aside two dates on our course calendar. Featured voices this podcast include (in…
 
This week we have fun while reviewing 3 Irish Beers: Wicklow Wolf - Wildfire Hoppy Red Ale Franciscan Well - Rebel Red Yellowbelly - Red Noir We also talk about Most Expensive Video Game Ever Sold in Auction Sasha Baron Cohen's Legal Battle Euro 2020 Final - Football Didn't Come Home Heineken's New Competitor to Guinness - Islands Edge Join us for …
 
Irreverend reaches 40 this week. To mark the occasion, Revs Daniel, Jamie and Tom review the recent government edict that nightclubs and "crowded venues" will from September only be frequented by the double-vaccinated. We feature an article on biopolitics and the biosecurity state from American priest and scholar Peter Leithart. We also talk about …
 
So then this happened. And with no notice at all, in the space of a single day, AA Roadwatch disappeared off our airwaves. According to their own announcement, this was a decision made by the AA, which “decided to move away from this service and instead focus on growing other areas of [their] business”. That’s […] The post Here's How 123 – Password…
 
Repeat: If we travelled back in time to the Bratislava of the Middle Ages, would we even recognise the Danube as the same river we know today? Bratislava historian Brano Chovan explains just how the river has changed since then. If an asteroid was about to destroy the Earth, would we know it ahead of time? Bratislava scientist and asteroid detectio…
 
News and Topical issue. During communist Czechoslovakia the illegal sterilization of women, mainly those belonging to the Roma ethnic group, was a common practice in Slovak hospitals; unfortunatelly it continued well into the 1990s and even afterwards and many women who fell victims to this practice struggled to get compensation in Slovak courts wi…
 
News and Topical Issue. Discussing future of cycling mobility: What are the best measures to improve traffic safety and what prevents people from using bicycles in the city? You will find out in the first feature followed by an interview with a founder of Slovak Alternative Summer music festival organiser Marián Pavúk.…
 
Rerun of the feature presenting world famous arrangements of Beatles songs by Slovak composer Peter Breiner in a ballet performance of the Slovak National Theatre. Holiday is the perfect time for tuning musical instruments that's why we tune piano.
 
On the show today we will speak about the Tokyo Olympics, however, about those that took place back in 1964 and where the Czechoslovak gymnasts performed exceptionally well. Earlier this week, the famous folk dance choreographer Juraj Kubánka passed away at 92. We will look back on his legacy. Summer tips for things to do around Slovakia coming up …
 
Recent years have seen a sharp increase in attempts by social media platforms like Google or Facebook to exercise control over what their users are allowed to post or share online. Driving this phenomenon has been the widespread feeling that these companies are in some sense like publishers, and therefore responsible for what users do on their site…
 
News and Topical Issue. Will the reconstruction of drainage canals help to retain water in eastern Slovakia? Agriculture ministry plans the reconstruction of 100 kilometres of these artificial rivers. People in Nitra can use e-scooters, however, this also brings challenges. Bratislava is an example of how things in this matter can improve.…
 
Revs Jamie and Daniel get together to discuss the fallout from England's final loss at Euro 2020: Is the UK systemically racists or is this the work of Chinese Twitter Bots? We also talk about the latest movements towards a Covid-19 biostate in England and much more so in France. We cover latest developments in Church of England news, including a l…
 
Presenting the Slovak artists and institutions that were awarded the prize of Culture Minister for their achievements in 2019+2020. It has been 25 years since old roses found their way back to the Slovak village where there was once the largest rose garden in Europe.
 
Moose, elk, bison, lobster, salmon: they're just some of the non-human relatives that Indigenous peoples have relied upon for centuries. A reliance that, in turn, made self-reliance possible for those peoples. That is, until it wasn’t—thanks to the kinds of colonial interference and impediments we discuss here in our fifth episode of the summer ser…
 
The Wednesday edition of Slovakia Today will be spent travelling across Slovakia. First, together with Natália Grestyová we will visit the Rainerova chalet in the High Tatras and meet its famous resident, Peter Petras. Then we will flip through the 732 maps sheets of the renewed Tourist Atlas of Slovakia, and also get some summer tips for things to…
 
Repeat show: So-called 'filter bubbles' have become a major source of concern in cyberspace, particularly on social networking platforms which are incentivised to show you content that you will like or agree with, thus keeping you engaged and increasing their advertising revenues – while at the same time, however, preventing you from seeing content…
 
The Current Affairs flock investigate how the right created a moral panic around "critical race theory", dare to make all tax records public, and dream of utopia.The flock this week is made up of senior editor Brianna Rennix, finance editor Sparky Abraham, editor-in-chief Nathan J. Robinson. Your host is Lyta Gold."How a Conservative Activist Inven…
 
Following the news bulletin we will speak about the current state of the long awaited reform of the hospitals' network in Slovakia. Later on the show, we will go to the Bojnice Zoo, where African animals are getting a new shelter.
 
Special episode in which Tom and Jamie take on some very interesting questions: Can I be a Christian without the Church? How do we cope with all the pain and suffering in the world? What about that Marian theology? Is there a rapture? Is there salvation outside of Christ? If you would like to send in questions for a future episode, please email us …
 
News and Topical Issue. In the first story of today, we will look at issues linked to cage farming practices and discuss the impact of cage faming on animals with Martin Smrek from the Humánny pokrok animal advocacy group. Then we are going to discuss the importance of silence for our well-being, and adjustments that can be made in order to reduce …
 
Jamie and Tom begin with a profound rumination on comedy and contemporary culture before delving into the serious issue of a Labour MP's attempt to introduce abortion up to term for any reason in the UK. We discuss the latest Covid-19 news, including a helpful blog that may assist you or loved ones in climbing down from the fear. We finish up with …
 
Only 12 out of hunderds applicants study modern circus in Toulouse, France, among them is the Slovak contact juggler. The founder of an online catalogue of visual artworks of all Slovak galleries had a vision that came true.
 
On the Wednesday edition of Slovakia Today show we will speak to organisers of the first ever Tour de France L´Étape in Slovakia. How did experts from the French iconic race select the course in Slovakia? We will also visit Slovak regions in another segment of the traditional "Summer news". On the show we also rerun 6th round of "Once there was a c…
 
Repeat show: The problem of 'brain drain' has long been an issue in Slovakia, especially in the sciences, and programmes offering financial incentives to attract Slovaks back home have met with limited success. The founder of a new private research institute focused on 'intelligent technologies', however, has this problem in her crosshairs and beli…
 
On this week’s collected, connected conversations (the fourth in our summer series), we go on the hunt for some rights recognition. Rights rooted in the ‘radical’ notion that Indigenous peoples ought to be able to live off their lands and waters. But, as we’ll hear over these next two episodes, those harvests are hampered—not only by the imposition…
 
In this special episode, Jamie sits down with New York based software engineer and cultural commentator Carbon Mike to talk about the general state of things. Topics include gain of function research in the Wuhan lab, Malthusianism and its influence on current affairs, the social and biological catastrophe of lockdowns, the religious significance o…
 
In one of the most significant twists in the Covid-19 story to date, this week the Health Secretary Matt Hancock was exposed by The Sun newspaper as having an affair with an aide in breach of his own social distancing guidelines. Hancock tried to cling on but eventually resigned and was replaced by Sajid Javid. We look at Matthew 23 and ask what Ch…
 
95/65: Recalling memories of the megahit in the history of radio broadcasting in Slovakia. Due to COVID, the largest multigenre festival is thankful for state support. Internationally successful Slovak circus artist performing in Bratislava over the upcoming weekend.
 
John Lyons is the Independent Left councillor on Dublin City Council for Artane–Whitehall. ***** I want to talk about a scandal. Actually, it’s not so much a scandal, it’s not even a scandal about a scandal, it’s a scandal about a scandal about a scandal. A third order scandal, if you like. The first order […] The post Here's How 122 – Property Val…
 
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