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Best Court Radio podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Court Radio podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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join us every Wednesday at 8pm as we hold an court case to discuss and debate many topics in the world of pro wrestling (WWE, TNA, ROH, NJPW and others) and pop culture. Hosted by Judge Julian Cannon and my co-host Judge Rob Base. Over the years since we launched the show back in June 2012, we have had special guests and interviews such as wrestling soup's anthony missionary thomas, jon draper and interviews from AJ Styles, Santana Garrett, Camp WWE's Aly Fainbarg, Joey Ace, Ronny Haze from ...
 
The World and Everything in It is an Apple Podcasts top 100 News program delivering essential headlines, field reporting, interviews, and expert analysis. Find original coverage you can't get elsewhere, such as a weekly overview of every Supreme Court case, biblical cultural analysis, and key international stories. This podcast is a product of listener-supported WORLD Radio, which provides sound journalism grounded in God's Word.
 
KINGDOM PLANET OF THOR focuses on Domestic, National, and International Economics and Debt issues. We are a Consumer Advocacy Group of Man & Woman who at times engage in Commerce by and through of Natural Person. We educate Man and Woman in the Power of the Consumer (Man/Woman) as we are the Creditors in this Sea of Commerce. We are the Mother Ship and all other Maritime Ships are subordinate to Man and Woman.
 
Have you ever seen a dead body? People find dead bodies everywhere, under floorboards, inside chimneys, and in their homes. They’re at crime scenes, disaster scenes and in morgues. There have been dead bodies on the red carpet, in cannibals’ dens, and even advertised in the classifieds. In this series, experienced crime and court reporter Sharnelle Vella, and veteran radio host Dee Dee Dunleavy look at where dead bodies have been found, how they got there, and most importantly, the effect on ...
 
Hard Court Lessons Leadership Radio is a leadership development program and is hosted by Audley Stephenson. A key starting point in understanding leadership is recognizing the direct link it has to our individual behaviours. The game of basketball provides excellent opportunities to develop leadership skills such as commitment, passion and teamwork. Hard Court Lessons Leadership Radio believes that developing our leaders of tomorrow is more than just a game.
 
Irreverant? Yea. Honest? Ask Smoke. Legendous? Check! SpeedFreaks airs LIVE on Sunday nights 7-9p PST on The Freak Radio Network. PLUS, Sirius 94 - XM 208, live on the net & the Cable Radio Network... Motorsports to Music to some TMZ. And thanks to SoundCloud, if you miss a live show, just listen to them here at your convenience. We are Motorsports Radio, REDEFINED.
 
The Critical Hour is a daily 60 minute hard hitting news analysis and talk radio program hosted by Dr. Wilmer Leon. The mainstream news outlets play it safe by parroting the perspectives of their corporate benefactors. The Critical Hour uses clear, cutting edge insight and analysis to examine national and international issues impacting the global village in which we live. Those who are truly interested in understanding what is going on in the world, why and especially who is behind it turn t ...
 
RESCUE RADIO "Because There Is A War For Your Soul"Nothing boring or too political or super spiritual. Just probably some of the most revolutionary and useful information you will find on radio.It’s time to talk straight about the war between God and Satan that is going on in our souls. And though the battle is the Lord’s and has already been won, the Enemy still seems to have a lot to say that has left too many of us doubtful and confused about what is going on and what can be done about it ...
 
Have you ever wanted to know the definition of a legal term? Do you find yourself wondering what your rights are when it comes to your property, marriage, or health? If you answered yes to one of those questions, In Legal Terms is the show for you. Tune in and learn more about your legal rights and how the law affects your day to day life. In Legal Terms is hosted by some of Mississippi's top legal leaders and experts. The show is set to consistently provide thought-provoking commentary and ...
 
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University of Alberta's China Institute director Gordon Houlden reacts to the Meng Wanzhou court ruling. The Bike Doctor Erich Jurgens owner answers your questions about bicycles. CBC's Quirks and Quarks host Bob McDonald responds to questions about the SpaceX launch.
 
In today's News: The Supreme Court is asked to intervene Southern California’s South Bay Pentecostal Church, represented by a law firm doing pro bono work in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., as the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund, joined by the Chicago-based Thomas More Society, has petitioned the United States Supreme Court to intervene and issue an em…
 
Visit: RadioLawTalk.com for information & full episodes!Follow us on Facebook: bit.ly/RLTFacebookFollow us on Twitter: bit.ly/RLTTwitterFollow us on Instagram: bit.ly/RLTInstagramSubscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UC3Owf1BEB-klmtD_92-uqzgYour Radio Law Talk hosts are exceptional attorneys and love what they do! They take brea…
 
As the number of new confirmed coronavirus cases declines, questions about the accuracy of the official tally persist. Meanwhile, is the COVID-19 crisis having any effect on the way the courts operate -- and are used by the executive branch? Irina Lagunina, the special projects director of RFE/RL's Russian Service, joins host Steve Gutterman to dis…
 
Four-Time NBA Champion Will Perdue returned to The Freak Nation Sunday night to again expand on the brilliant ESPN docu-series The Last Dance. Perdue has spent the last month bringing in deeper insight into the most popular television series in America. The ESPN documentary series is taking apart the last championship run of the Chicago Bulls in th…
 
On this episode of Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer speaks to attorney Richard Golomb about how restaurants and businesses across the nation have insurance claims for business interruption denied; their policies do not specifically state COVID-19 or exclude losses due to viruses. As a preemptive move, Richard has filed a lawsuit in the …
 
Guests: Jeffrey Rosen, Claire Finkelstein The Supreme Court heard arguments about a slate of cases this week and the public was able to hear the live deliberations because of the pandemic. Among the issues heard were President Trump’s legal standing shielding his tax returns and finances from investigation, religious exemptions from employment law,…
 
On Culture Friday, John Stonestreet takes questions from this year’s class of World Journalism Institute students; Megan Basham reviews the controversial documentary about Norma McCorvey, AKA Jane Roe; and you get to have your say on this month’s Listener Feedback. Plus: graduating without a license, and the Friday morning news. Support The World a…
 
In response to the murder of George Floyd, violent protests erupted for the second night in a row on Wednesday in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Floyd, an African-American man, was seen on video pleading for medical assistance and saying that he could not breath while Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin placed a knee upon his neck while detaining him…
 
Join Jim and Greg as they welcome the nearly unanimous public condemnation of the treatment of George Floyd and that there must be justice in the case. They also note that some will try to use the looting and arson from Wednesday night to drives wedges in that united front. They also unload on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo for having the gall to sugge…
 
In today's News: Dr. Rast declines call By letter yesterday to the Concordia Seminary, St. Louis Board of Regents, President Of Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind, Dr. Lawrence R. Rast, Jr., declined the call to serve as Concordia Seminary’s 11th president and will continue serving as President at Fort Wayne. The Seminary extended the …
 
Acton Institute's Ben Johnson talks about a Texas court's favorable ruling regarding the property of a conservative Anglican diocese seeking to leave the liberal Episcopal Church. Pastor Billy Russell of Greater Friendship Baptist Church in Minneapolis about the brutal death of George Floyd, the rioting, and the lament he feels.…
 
On the fifth episode of our Battleground 2020 series, we’ll focus on this Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary. Over 1.6 million Pennsylvanians have applied to vote by mail while other voters are expected to go to their polling places where COVID-19 social distancing requirements will be in place. We’ll talk about the mechanics of voting in person and by…
 
For 33 years, Diane Woolard headed the Virginia Department of Health team that watched for emerging diseases. Now, after a year of retirement, she’s back lending a hand during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pamela D’Angelo reports. https://virginiapublicradio.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/web-woolard.mp3By dseidelvtedu
 
There is nothing like the sight and smell of lavender. I was fortunate enough to travel to the South of France and see the lavender fields. But we don't have to travel to Europe to enjoy this prized herb. There are lavender farms in Connecticut and you can grow it in your own backyard. You just need to select the right varieties and grow them prope…
 
Last week an editorial in the BMJ reported that before Covid-19 only one in five harmful and dependent drinkers got the help they needed, and now the proportion will be lower. There is concern for those struggling with dependence and those on the brink of dependence. How do you cope with an alcohol problem under lockdown? And what support is out th…
 
Haben Girma is a success .She graduated from an elite law school. But unlike her fellow students, Haben is deaf-blind. She speaks to the ABC's Disability Affairs Reporter, blind journalist and newsreader Nas Campanella, about how she gained her law degree from Harvard and her advocacy for disability rights. And we hear from disability advocates abo…
 
Anna Johansen reports on how museums have weathered the stay-at-home orders; Katie Gaultney talks to zookeepers about their coronavirus-related financial challenges; and Kim Henderson brings the last of her reports on the Cory Godbolt murder case. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, a preview of this week’s Listening In, a prayer for Lucas, and the T…
 
B.C. Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie responds to concerns about COVID-19 spreading at long-term care homes. Chef Junior: 100 Super Delicious Recipes by Kids for Kids! co-author Abigail Langford and Bottom of the Pot: Persian Recipes and Stories author Naz Deravian discuss cooking with your family.
 
On the May 27, 2020 episode of Liberal Dan Radio: I was off last week for my birthday so I have some catching up to do. But there is plenty to cover about Donald Trump and his idiocy pertaining to the pandemic. There was also more white supremacy taking place with the murder of George Floyd. So I will rant about that a bit. And something interestin…
 
According to PEN America, which recently released a new report on the subject, “there has been a determined movement, occurring largely outside the public eye, to delegitimize public protest and paint demonstrators as dangerous or even criminal." All of this comes as NPR reported Wednesday, "Just one day after the death of George Floyd, a black man…
 
It's all bad martinis today! After a brief commentary on the CDC still not getting its coronavirus guidelines straight, Jim and Greg groan for the First Amendment as Twitter starts meddling with free speech and President Trump starts threatening government regulation of social media. They also shudder at the death of George Floyd at the hands of fo…
 
In the News: New video exposing Planned Parenthood The Center For Medical Progress, who exposed Planned Parenthood leadership negotiating the harvesting and sale of aborted fetal body parts, released a new video today featuring Planned Parenthood officials’ sworn videotaped testimony about the sales. The new video release documents the Planned Pare…
 
Bible and Business' Bill English explores Deuteronomy 8:10-11 and how a business's accomplishments and success needs to be humbled by the reality of God's provision and sovereignty. Pastor David Chadwick, author of "Moving Beyond Anxiety," looks at practical steps for mind renewal in the face of fear and anxiety.…
 
Pastor Daryl Crouch reflects on the recent deaths of African-Americans Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd, and the three strange things about racism. Pastor Jay Kim, author of "Analog Church," looks at how especially as we look at easing pandemic restrictions, how we need in-person relationships in church.…
 
GUESTS: Dominic Sisti, Alison Buttenheim Should anti-lockdown protesters give up their right to priority medical care if they contract COVID-19? That’s the question posed in a provocative op-ed by a group of medical ethicists who suggest that protesters should voluntarily sign waivers forgoing treatment when resources are scare. This hour, we explo…
 
The UK cleaning sector is worth almost £50bn a year to the country’s economy. It employs more than 900,000 people, mostly women. Right now, many are vulnerable. Some feel they won't be able to stop working if they fall ill or have to self- isolate because they can't afford it. Jenni speaks to Katy, a cleaner. Also Maria Gonzalez who's an employment…
 
People line up to be screened and tested for COVID-19 at a event held in Richmond by the public health department. (Credit Mallory Noe-Payne) Experts agree widespread testing for coronavirus is key to prevent future surges of the virus. In Virginia an effort is underway to make sure testing is reaching all parts of the state, including communities …
 
Earlier this year, Airbus was ordered to pay nearly €1bn by a criminal court in London. The penalty, for failure to prevent bribery, was more than twice the fines paid by defendants in England and Wales for the whole of 2018. In addition, the global aerospace company was required to pay fines totalling €2.6bn in France and the United States. But Ai…
 
On Washington Wednesday, Nick Eicher talks to Federalist Society co-chairman Leonard Leo about how President Trump’s nominees are reshaping the federal judiciary; on World Tour, Onize Ohikere reports on international news; and Kim Henderson brings the third installment in her serial story about mass murder in smalltown Mississippi. Plus: commentary…
 
What began as some gastric issues last year has now progressed into painful gallstones and chronic problems for Hannah Gebhard, who lives in Naugatuck. “It was really just a ramping up of the symptoms until I one day landed myself in the emergency room at 2 a.m. because I was in so much pain,” she said.…
 
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