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The Hardy Report is a political news and current affairs podcast, bringing you interviews with a range of activists, campaigners and politicians from across the political spectrum in the United States and the United Kingdom. The show takes listeners beyond the headlines and speaks to the individuals behind the stories that are shaping the 2020 election in America and the British political landscape. New episodes are released every week. If you enjoy the show, you can sign up to The Hardy Rep ...
 
Media Tribe is a show that tells the story behind the storyteller. It's an opportunity to step into the shoes of the most respected journalists, directors and media executives. Each episode looks at the journalist's journey into the industry, the impact they’ve had along the way and some of their most crazy experiences working in the industry. The stories that never quite made it to air! Shaunagh interviews some of the most respected journalists, Oscar-nominated filmmakers and executives fro ...
 
The NüVoices podcast is hosted by NüVoices members Chenni Xu, Cindy Gao and Joanna Chiu who explore the work of women in media, academia and the arts in Greater China, the impact of abuses of power, international and domestic politics, and their own personal stories. This podcast is wholly coordinated by the NüVoices board, with production by SupChina.
 
Stay connected to what’s happening in the world of speech-language pathology! Daily tips, news, and updates to keep you in the loop and ready to tackle your day! Speech-Language Pathologist Carrie Clark hosts the show along with her guest correspondents, including research correspondent Dr. Meredith P Harold. Come hang out with us each morning for bite-size nuggets of SLP goodness!
 
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State Senator Jim Oberweis joins John Williams to back up his campaign ad’s depiction of Congresswoman Lauren Underwood standing for looting and rioting. That’s even after the Chicago Sun-Times graded the ad “false,” on the grounds of having been the ones to interview Congresswoman Underwood themselves. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3790176/Stat…
 
Chicago police officer Eric Wolforth joins John Williams to talk about the journey a stack of love letters from the World War II era took him on after he found them abandoned in an alleyway. Then, he shares what happened after he searched for the family of the couple who wrote the letters. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3790172/The_1940s_love_let…
 
WGN-TV meteorologist Demetrius Ivory joins John Williams to describe the type of cold we expect this winter. He explains what the NOAA forecast of warmer, drier weather can indicate about winter weather. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3790168/WGN-TV_Meteorologist_Demetrius_Ivory_I_don_t_want_to_give_people_the_idea_that_a_warmer_Winter_means_it_s…
 
John asked you to chime in on the show with how your parenting experience has been with students in hybrid or remote learning. And, one teacher joins the show to describe her experience teaching band through a computer screen. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3790167/Parents_and_a_teacher_catch_us_up_on_how_the_school_year_has_been_so_far_2020-10-1…
 
We are joined by Chris Wilkinson, the host of The Libertarian Listener podcast, as we discuss the EU Trade Talks, the Covid Tiers, the latest assault on free speech and developments on Croydon Council. We then chat with Chris about his experiences in politics, The Libertarian Listener podcast and his future plans. Chris' contacts: www.christopherjw…
 
David Smick and Hawk Newsome on stopping the rise of anger and hate in America You can find out more about David Smick on Twitter @DavidSmickDC, Hawk Newsome on Twitter @IAmHawkNewsome and the documentary at StarsandStrife.com. The Hardy Report is a political news and current affairs podcast, bringing you interviews with a range of activists, campa…
 
Better Business Bureau and CEO of Chicago and Northern Illinois President Steve Bernas joins John Williams to explain what happened in the case of a WGN colleague whose identity was stolen for unemployment. And Steve explains what to do if that happens to you. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3789895/Better_Business_Bureau_Identity_theft_is_still_t…
 
Chicago Tribune Reporter Jeremy Gorner joins John Williams to describe what happened the night former CPD Superintendent Eddie Johnson was found asleep at the wheel by police, and why the jobs of those police are now in question. That’s just the most recent development of the story, back in the news this week. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/37898…
 
Dr. Kevin Most, chief medical officer at the Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital, joins John Williams to respond to Dr. Ngozi Ezike’s advice that everyone should wear masks in the house. And Dr. Most has some advice of his own about the upcoming holidays and answers more of your COVID pandemic questions. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3…
 
Water is the essence of life. As climate change delivers extreme weather and changes rainfall patterns, water managers are employing new technology to track and trace every drop. And in the ocean, the rising temperature of the water threatens to destroy coral reefs. To climate-proof corals, scientists have decided to take radical measures to speed …
 
A tense electoral campaign for Ivory Coast’s October 31 presidential election kicked off on Thursday with the incumbent, Alassane Ouattara, seeking a contested third term. Some Ivorians accuse him of undermining the constitution, and the opposition has called for widespread "civil disobedience" to disrupt his controversial plans. In the past 25 yea…
 
Rosecrance Florian Program Unit Specialist Justus Clinton joins John Williams to share his story and how the program has helped other first responders like himself come out of substance addiction and other mental health issues. Plus, Dan DeGryse, director of the program, joins John to describe how the program works. https://serve.castfire.com/audio…
 
Boone County Clerk Julie Stapler joins John Williams to answer more of your questions about your ballots and polling places. And Julie talks about the mistakes to avoid when bringing a ballot into the polling place to vote in-person instead. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3789697/Boone_County_Clerk_Julie_Stapler_Mistakes_to_avoid_when_voting__202…
 
NBC Sports betting analyst Sam Panayotovich joins John Williams to wager on the percentage of voter turnout. Plus, Sam explains how the winners of sports betting actually fare. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3789695/NBC_Sports_Betting_Analyst_Sam_Panayotovich_If_you_have_a_track_record_of_winning_you_re_out__2020-10-15-184135.64kmono.mp3…
 
There used to be a strict dividing line between public and private lives in Australia. That was until the 1970s when the personal became political. Women’s liberation and the gay and lesbian movement moved the boundary line between private and public life. In the 1970s gender, sexuality, domestic violence and reproductive freedom became the subject…
 
Madison365 Reporter Robert Chappell joins John Williams to break down the high positivity rate in Wisconsin compared to that here in Illinois. That’s in response to yesterday’s listener comments on the state’s treatment of the virus. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3789481/Madison365_Reporter_Robert_Chappell_We_set_records_in_every_measure_yesterd…
 
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mark Curran is running against Senator Dick Durbin and the Chicago Tribune has endorsed him. Mark joins John Williams to weigh in on the endorsement and what other publications in town had to say about him. He shares why he decided to run for Senate and shares his platform on issues. Some of those are in the spotlig…
 
Chicago Tribune restaurant critic Phil Vettel joins John Williams to explain how the dining team is administering this year’s holiday cookie contest, and how you can be a judge! https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3789467/Chicago_Tribune_Restaurant_Critic_Phil_Vettel_explains_how_the_holiday_cookie_judges_pivoted_this_year_2020-10-14-181407.64kmono.mp…
 
Illinois Policy Institute Vice President of Marketing Austin Berg and Chicago Tribune Columnist Eric Zorn join John Williams to explain the pension problem in Illinois and how pension reform could pass. Plus, they talk about what the progressive “fair tax” would mean for pensions. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3789469/Illinois_Policy_Institute_s…
 
Lee Goodman is a co-founder of Peaceful Communities, an organization in Northbrook, and he posted a sign in the city last month displaying updated numbers of COVID-related deaths. That sign has been vandalized 15 times. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3789466/Northbrook_residents_who_posted_the_sign_displaying_COVID_death_toll_Some_people_are_will…
 
Student athletics advocate Joe Trost joins John Williams to explain the factors that determine when and how kids can resume their contact sports. Find out how you can help restart the sports season by vising IHSA.org. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3789246/Student_Athletics_Advocate_Joe_Trost_Resuming_sports_will_benefit_youth_mental_health_2020-…
 
WRBL reporter Chuck Williams joins John Williams to describe the attitudes and racial make-up of the line of voters at a Columbus, Georgia, polling place over the weekend. Chuck shares how one fight even broke out between two disabled voters. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3789242/WRBL_Reporter_Chuck_Williams_People_were_fighting_in_the_voting_li…
 
The right to vote is likely the most important right and means for change in a democracy. But the electoral process in the US puts up obstacles that make it hard for minority groups to cast their vote: increased paperwork and cost or absurd ID requirements. Stacy Abrams calls for robust voter protections in the US, an elevation of identity politics…
 
The fashion industry thrives on consumers wanting to buy new clothes but the manufacture and disposal of clothes places a big toll on the environment. What does it take to make fashion more sustainable? And the positives and negatives of living through this pandemic. Shopping, learning and working from home has its benefits and drawbacks and these …
 
HOPE Not Hate's Patrik Hermansson on how the alt-right infiltrated mainstream politics You can find out more about him and his work on Twitter at @Patrik_H and HOPE Not Hate @HopeNotHate or at HopeNotHate.org.uk and their book, 'The International Alt-Right: Fascism for the 21st Century?’, is available to purchase now at: https://hopenothate.bigcart…
 
Larry is joined by author and political strategist Rick Wilson to discuss founding the Lincoln Project (6:30), the failures of the Trump administration during this presidential campaign (24:00), Wilson's ideal political party (48:50), and more. Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Rick WilsonBy The Ringer & Larry Wilmore
 
Award winning veteran investigative journalist Stefania Maurizi (Il Fatto) discusses her 12 year relationship as a media partner with Wikileaks, her 5 year legal battle with British prosecutors over FOIA requests , her personal experience of being a target of the UC Global spying operation, the significance of cable-gate, the war logs, Vault 7 and …
 
Today on the show, John Williams was joined by Architectural Design Contributor with ASD|SKY Steven Findley. Associated Space Design, Inc. (ASD) was one of three winners in Chicago’s outdoor dining design competition. Listen in while Steven breaks down and explains what the design was they created and how it would work for longer outdoor dining in …
 
Today on the show we’re continuing our discussion with the Alzheimer’s Association and we are talking to Dr. Darren Gitelman, Director of Cognitive Disorders, Advocate Medical Group and Senior Medical Director, Advocate Memory Center, and Gene Kuhn, Senior Manager, Health Care Engagement for the Alzheimer’s Association. Dr. Gitelman and Gene Kuhn s…
 
October 25 is shaping up to be a historic day for Chile. Voters are due to take part in a referendum on amending the Pinochet-era constitution. The vote is the culmination of a year of protests, to which the government responded with a violent crackdown. Some 31 people were killed and thousands were injured – including 468 who lost an eye, mostly t…
 
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