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ARE you a fan of fitba played below the leagues that have the glitz and glamour? Then you’ve come to the right place. Join the Scottish Sun’s Gareth Law and Newmains United co-manager manager Paul Davies for a weekly look at football lower down the ladder. Hear the latest news, discussion and stories along with managers, players, administrators, fans and more from SPFL League One and Two, the Lowland and Highland Leagues, South and East of Scotland Leagues and the juniors. There’s a chance f ...
 
The Museum of Curiosity is BBC Radio 4's monumental comedy edifice, and the only one with gargoyles in the foyer. It allows nothing inside that doesn�t make you scratch your head, stroke your chin or, at the very least, go 'Hmm'. Fortunately, helping to fill its vacant plinths is a gathering of the world's most original minds. Among the guests bearing donations to the museum in these episodes are Neil Gaiman, Sarah Millican, Clive James, Kate Adie, Sir Terry Pratchett, Ronni Ancona, Jon Rons ...
 
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SEAN KENNEY couldn’t take his Kilbride Thistle side into the West of Scotland League - so he took them to Ardeer instead. Kenney had hoped to get Kilbride into the division being created for new teams. But when that didn’t happen he jumped at the chance to move to struggling Stevenston-based Ardeer two weeks ago. He’s taken his squad and staff with…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, the Iranian Presidential elections are coming up on June 18th, 2021. What to make of the election and the most likely successor to President Hassan Rhouhani, Ebrahim Raisi? Joining us to answer these questions as well as to delve into the life and assassination of General Qassam Soleimani is historian Arash Azizi,…
 
Ulster's Rugby's season is finally at an end. It's been a long time coming but we're finally ready to put a full-stop to a long campaign on our season review podcast.There's one final match - a late win over Edinburgh - to assess, including the requisite Rainbow Cup controversy - as well as the province's end of season awards. Once again, Jonathan …
 
Catherine McKenna is a Canadian Liberal politician serving as the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities since 2019. Before that she was the Minister of Environment and Climate Change for 4 years. Her ministerial mandate includes ensuring infrastructure investments support just economic growth and the clean energy transition. Her ministerial ma…
 
I'm joined by Michael Rubenstein, the editor of the Industrial Relations Law Reports and one of the UK's leading commentators on employment law. We discuss his career, the sale of the IRLRs, his conference company, his work as a patron of Humanist UK, and his plans for the future. Rubenstein conferences - https://rubensteinconferences.com/ Michael …
 
JAMIE McKENZIE was just 25 when he was thrust into the dugout at Elgin. But he landed a manager of the month award just a few weeks later. While he’d return to focus on playing, it was enough to give him the bug for being a boss and so it wasn’t long before he was getting involved in coaching again. He quickly made his mark. After winning the Centr…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, anthropologist Jeff Halper of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions and the One Democratic State Campaign joins us to give a history lesson on Israel/Palestine as well as to discuss political Zionism vs. cultural Zionism, the issue of antisemitism, and his support of the the one-state solution calling fo…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, Ari Paul of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) joins me to discuss the recent case of journalist Emily Wilder. Wilder had just graduated Stanford University and went to work for the Associated Press. Her tenure at AP would prove short-lived, however, after a campaign from Stanford Young Republicans and publ…
 
James Thornton is the CEO and founder of ClientEarth, a leading environmental law organisation in Europe. Since its establishment in 2007, ClientEarth tackled world’s most pressing environmental issues such as biodiversity loss, climate change, and toxic chemicals using advocacy, litigation and research. ClientEarth now operates globally with offic…
 
Ulster's Rugby's season is stumbling its way to a conclusion, with Saturday's game against Edinburgh still scheduled to take place despite coronavirus-related issues in both camps.Joining this week's host Jonathan Bradley to discuss the postponement of last weekend's visit of Scarlets and debate the merits of actually playing the final scheduled fi…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, former Chicago prosecutor and current Law Enforcement Action Partnership (LEAP; formerly Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) Dr. Inge Fryklund has extensive experience in Afghanistan having spent years in the country while working for USAID and the Marine Corps. Dr. Fyklund recently penned an op-ed for the Instit…
 
I'm joined by Jude Shepherd from 42 Bedford Row. Jude answers a series of questions on employment tribunal procedure which she didn't have time to answer during her live webinar in March 2021, forming part of my Employment Webinars series 2021 (you can buy the book of transcripts from the sessions). Subscribe to Daniel Barnett’s YouTube Channel. Li…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, on May 13th, 2021 the New York Times published a tantalizing report by journalists Adam Goldman and Mark Mazzetti. "Activists and Ex-Spy Said to Have Plotted to Discredit Trump ‘Enemies’ in Government", read the eye-catching headline that promised to add yet another scandalous chapter to the already scandal-ridden…
 
CHRIS MACKIE took over at Fauldhouse a year ago – but has only managed two games in that time. A squad transformed by the man of many clubs as a player returned to training last week. They’re gearing up for their first season in the East of Scotland League after quitting the juniors at the end of the latest campaign. But if Chris had had his way th…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, leaked material reveals a shift to hardliners ahead of the June 18th elections in Iran. Journalist Gareth Porter joins me to discuss this development as well as to cover the rocky history of U.S.-Iranian relations. During the course of our conversation Gareth and I delve into Iranian Foreign MinisterJavad Zarif co…
 
Nigel Topping was appointed UK High Level Champion for Climate Action in January 2020. His role involves bringing together different stakeholders in the #racetozero. His vision is to create a bigger role for non-state actors within the climate conversation, which he successfully managed in the Paris Agreements. Between 2015 and 2019 Nigel was the C…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, former UN Assistant Secretary General and UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq Hans Von Sponeck joins us to discuss the nature of the United Nations as well as to provide his thoughts on the negative impacts of sanctions. Hans begins by explaining how he became involved in the United Nations as a German in 1968. F…
 
I'm joined by Michael Salter from 42 Bedford Row, to discuss common misconceptions about employment tribunals. Subscribe to Daniel Barnett’s YouTube Channel The microphones we recommend in this episode are:- Option 1 - Lavalier mic - clips to your jacket. Downside = you need to be within 1m or so of your laptop for the cable to connect to the compu…
 
ROSSVALE are on the move again – BACK to where it all began. The club have announced they’ll no longer play home games at Benburb’s New Tinto Park. Instead they’ll return to Petershill Park, where they made their debut at this level ten years ago. Chairman Dom McInally joins us this week to tell us just what their latest flit means for a club that …
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, we wrap up our series on the Israel/Palestine conflict with John Dugard, international law scholar and former UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in the Palestinian Territories. Born in South Africa, Prof. Dugard was a prominent critic of his home country's apa…
 
On this edition of Parallax, although a ceasefire appears to be on the horizon between Israel and Hamas, it still worth discussing the latest developments in the Israel/Palestine for those concerned about international relations, peace, and justice. Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies is the author of the recent book Understanding th…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, human rights attorney and international law expert Scott Horton joined Parallax Views to discuss the Israel/Palestine conflict in light of recent events and flare-ups in the conflict including Israeli airstrikes on Gaza and news of a potential ceasefire. In addition, Scott and I discuss the issue of the America-Is…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, University of San Francisco-based international relations scholar Stephen Zunes joins us to continue our exploration of recent events involving Israeli airstrikes, the Sheikh Jarrah district of East Jerusalem, Hamas, Gaza, and U.S. foreign policy. In this conversation we discuss a number of issues with a special f…
 
Thomas Nowak is the Secretary General of the European Heat Pump Association - he’s an expert on heating and electricity. Thomas is a man who walks the talk – he’s a proud owner of a heat pump and a solar power plant. In 2006, Thomas Nowak was appointed as the Secretary General of the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA). His role in Brussels invol…
 
It's three down, two to go for Ulster in the enduring slog that the Rainbow Cup has become but there are plenty of interesting topics remaining on the agenda.Top of the bill, of course, was that contentious decision not to sanction Robbie Henshaw for his tackle on Robert Baloucoune. We also look at the wider performance in that defeat to Leinster, …
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, the first in what will be a series of programs on the Israel/Palestine conflict in light of recent events. Israeli journalist/blogger Yossi Gurvitz of Mondoweiss joins us on this addition of the program to discuss what has been happening with the conflict since the tensions heated up over the Sheikh Jarrah distric…
 
Rusty has lived most of his life surfing big waves and new the joy it can bring you. Not so long ago he turned his efforts to the Veteran Surf Project and got Federal Department funding to help veterans with PTSD Surf, Thrive and Recover. Find out all the great work Rusty is doing in this episode. More info https://www.veteransurfproject.org/…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, what are the impacts of unilateral coercive measures like sanctions on countries like Iran, Syria, and Venezuela? Although sanctions have been justified as a way to punish nations for alleged human rights violations, do unilateral sanctions themselves potentially violate human rights? Should sanctions be lifted du…
 
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