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Best Daily Telegraph podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Daily Telegraph podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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This is the podcast channel for everything Matty Johns. Every week during the NRL season we'll publish an episode of Matty's Fox Sports Australia show, we'll also be publishing episodes of Matty at home with the rest of the Johns family, wife Trish and sons Jack and Cooper. You'll get all the experts talking about the NRL, and hear Jack and Coop giving Matt heaps, it's all here.
 
In CoronaNomics, we talk to the world’s top economic thinkers about how to tackle the economic impact of coronavirus. Presented by Ben Chu (Economics Editor of The Independent) with Lizzy Burden (Economics Reporter at the Daily Telegraph). An Econ Films production.
 
Daily Telegraph crime editor Mark Morri speaks with cold case detectives investigating the 1970 abduction disappearance of five-year-old Cheryl Grimmer from a beach in Wollongong. He also talks to Cheryl's brother Ricki about the trauma of growing up with the crime after taking his eyes off his sister for one minute.
 
Two mothers, Denise Govendir and Eva Webel, both murdered in their homes 15 years apart. Both crimes appeared to be robberies gone wrong. Both cases remain unsolved. Now a Sunday Telegraph* investigation by Yoni Bashan and Claire Harvey has found the links and coincidences between the bashing deaths go even deeper. The women lived a short walk from each other, were both trying to finalise a divorce and in the quiet, peaceful suburb of Dover Heights they are the only murders ever to occur the ...
 
At 11.52pm on August 10, 2002, unassuming rugby fan David Breckenridge called his best friend from a phone box and told him he was on his way over to watch an international match on TV. Eight minutes later he was dead. The person, or persons, who stabbed and bashed the Sydney man to death the night after his 28th birthday remain at large. Investigative reporter Nicole Hogan's five-part true crime podcast series on the perplexing and brutal, unsolved murder of an ordinary guy.
 
In Australia former detective Roger Rogerson has come to epitomise the bad cop - up to his elbows in corruption of public officials, drug crime and murder. Daily Telegraph crime editor Mark Morri and former NSW Assistant Commissioner Clive Small discuss Rogerson's life and crimes from his career in the criminal investigation branch in the 1960s to the murder of drug dealer Jamie Gao in 2014.
 
The Daily Telegraph gives you a front seat at the trial of a monster. Queues of people waited for hours to get into the Sydney courtroom to see and hear serial killer Ivan Milat on trial for the murders of seven young backpackers in 1996. Now after his death in jail, The Daily Telegraph has recreated the most dramatic moments of what was the trial of the century.
 
The Daily and Sunday Telegraph looked at the William Tyrrell investigation on the first anniversary of his disappearance and conducted the most detailed media interviews at the time or since with the missing boy's foster parents. Neither parent can be named and at the time we couldn't even say they were foster parents ( a ruling overturned last month by the Supreme Court). Three years after William vanished from his home in Kendall police are just as baffled about what happened to him. We ar ...
 
Susie and Peter are married Masters of Wine (they really should get out more). In this upbeat show they bring wine to life with a smile via interviews, chat, travel, food, gentle bickering, tips, competitive wine-offs, a quirky wine A-Z and your questions. It’s enough to drive anyone to drink... A top-10 UK podcast (Chartable - Apple, Food), recommended in The Daily Telegraph, Evening Standard, Club Oenologique, PodNews and The Drinks Business. Reviews say: 'Laugh-out-loud' (Claire), 'Certai ...
 
In this podcast series, author and journalist Dolly Alderton will be talking to guests about their most defining relationships: the passion, heartbreak, longing, familiarity and fondness that have formed who they are. The podcast is being released to tie-in with Dolly Alderton’s debut book, Everything I Know About Love which is out now in paperback with a brand new chapter: Everything I Know At Thirty. Dolly Alderton is an award winning journalist and bestselling author. She has a column in ...
 
The Ibrahims are Sydney's most fascinating family. And in 2016 when police began an undercover operation into members of the family and their associates, few could have predicted the result. Less than two years later, more than 20 people were arrested over a billion dollar drug and tobacco smuggling ring. But the investigation also pulled back the curtain on the Ibrahim clan and gave unprecedented insight into the complex politics and heated rivalries within the family and their associates t ...
 
This Australian bush fire season has been unprecedented. In this podcast you will hear harrowing accounts of survival and the incredible acts of bravery and kindness which are helping the town of Malua Bay in southern New South Wales on the path to recovery. The town’s cast of heroes is a long one - the young surf life saver whose quick thinking spared hundreds of lives at the town beach, the RFS volunteers whose houses burned while they were saving others and the now homeless pharmacist who ...
 
“A COLLECTION OF absolutely authentic accounts by privates and non-commissioned officers.... We see a great simplicity and directness of observation and recital, so admirable that one page of such writing is worth all the folios of the war experts and correspondents, not to say romancers and publicists.” The Athenæum. “THE HUMAN SIDE, the naked horror and simple glory of actual conflict, is what Mr. Wood’s soldiers are concerned with, and the stories they tell give a clearer picture of this ...
 
This novel, also known as The Invasion of 1910, is a 1906 novel written mainly by William Le Queux (with H. W. Wilson providing the naval chapters). It is one of the more famous examples of Invasion literature and is an example of pre-World War I Germanophobia, as it preached the need to prepare for war with Germany. The book takes the form of a military history and includes excerpts from the characters' journals and letters and descriptions of the fictional German campaign itself. The novel ...
 
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Beards v brows row: Leading Tory MP threatens to challenge 'serious gender divide' in lockdown easing 'Haphazard and reactive': Government ban on face treatments is 'misogynistic', says leading doctor Face masks: PM hints they may become mandatory in shops Dame Vera Lynn funeral: Flypast and tributes to the Forces' Sweetheart Jamie Carragher: Man U…
 
Beauty salons have been given the green light to reopen on Monday, but not all treatments will go ahead. Manicures, massages and leg waxes are back on the menu, but no treatments can be carried out above the neck - apart from beard trimming. It’s led to a “beards v brows” debate and allegations of sexism. The Telegraph’s Women’s Editor, Claire Cohe…
 
'Stunning' results: Parts of New York may have reached 68pc immunity | Second wave?: What a resurgence around the world tells us about the risk | Liveblog: No cruises until October to avoid another repatriation, says minister | New rules: Normality edges closer in latest easing of restrictions | Home working: Tips for setting up a stylish, stimulat…
 
Calls for an inquiry mount after Treasury figures reveal £25 billion has been spent on the PPE and NHS Test and Trace programmes, both littered with problems. The Telegraph’s Economics Reporter, Tom Rees joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss the Government’s accountability and the long-term effects of loosening the public purse. Read more about the l…
 
'Time to get match fit': Indoor gyms to reopen on July 25 Work out safely: When UK gyms reopen, what will the new rules be? High street bloodbath: Nearly 7,000 jobs at risk as Boots, John Lewis and Burger King warn of cuts Jobs crisis: All the businesses where the axe is falling across the UK Duchess of Sussex: 'Naming friends who defended me is ju…
 
Recent decades have seen an unprecedented peak of economic global connectedness. But that trend was visibly weakening well before the coronavirus pandemic and now many think the coronavirus crisis might put globalisation into reverse. But is that reading correct? If it is, what does that mean for our prosperity? And what could and should follow glo…
 
Lord Peter Mandelson and Hamid Mamdouh join CoronaNomics to discuss Covid-19's impact on world trade. Even before the coronavirus pandemic, global commerce was under severe strain. Economic nationalism, trade wars and a crisis within the World Trade Organisation were threatening to turn the tide on decades of global economic integration. Yet since …
 
Go on. What's the best rosé wine you've ever had? For Lee Isaacs, rosé is 'a crime' and, if you like it, 'you're a bad person' (or, at best, indecisive). Global rosé expert Elizabeth Gabay MW thinks we're too snobbish about the sweet stuff and has had delicious rosés as old as 1959. Majestic's Jack Merrylees thinks the best way to get a party start…
 
The United States of America is the most prosperous, the most powerful, country in the world. But it’s also the nation that has suffered the highest number of deaths from this coronavirus pandemic. The US job market also seems to be suffering more than any other. So why is it that America seems unable to marshal its enormous wealth and resources to…
 
Cass Sunstein & Stephen Reicher on using psychology to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. The careful study of how ordinary people actually make decisions and how those decisions can be influenced has been at the vanguard of innovative policy thinking in the 21st century. But, during the Covid-19 pandemic, behavioural science has been deployed as …
 
Chancellor's meal deal: Rishi Sunak announces half-price dining out for all in August Helping hospitality sector: Rishi Sunak cuts VAT in mini-Budget Tom Harris: Rishi Sunak may end up driving Labour further Left into irrelevancy £1,000 bonus: Businesses paid to bring back furloughed staff At a glance: How Rishi Sunak's mini-Budget will affect you …
 
From Fox Sports Matty and the panel discuss the war of the Super League, and preview an exciting round 9..... To take out a subscription to Fox Sports Australia where you can watch Matty Johns and get all the latest Tennis, AFL, Rugby, Motorsport, Football and Golf search FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIA See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informatio…
 
Mini-budget: How Chancellor will kickstart the economy | Live updates: FTSE slips ahead of Rishi Sunak statement | Political reaction: Ex-minister warns 'jury is out' on economy | Inspections: Care homes investigated over Covid-19 safety | Palace staff: Internal memo lays bare the scale of job cuts | Cricket: Everything to expect from a series like…
 
As President Bolsonaro becomes the latest Brazilian to test positive for the virus, Euan Marshall joins Theodora Louloudis from São Paulo to discuss why he's taking an unproven treatment for the virus, his aversion to lockdown restrictions and why the crisis hasn't dealt a crushing blow to his popularity. Read more about the Chancellor's green home…
 
Super Saturday hangover: 'Super-spreader' forces three businesses in seaside town to close 'Mini-Budget' plan: Rishi Sunak to announce immediate stamp duty cut Jeremy Warner: Chancellor will need to do something radical to avoid surge in unemployment Johnny Depp: Hollywood actor 'is not and never has been a wife beater' Election war gaming: Republi…
 
Green giveaway: What to expect from summer economic update | Analysis: Camilla Tominey - can Rishi Sunak land on his feet? | Liveblog: PM under pressure over 'cowardly' care homes comments | Pubs plan: How licensing rules could be relaxed for a year | Obesity concerns: Guide to losing weight without going on a diet | Arts bailout: Inside the nail-b…
 
Prince Harry and Meghan: We must acknowledge 'uncomfortable' past of the Commonwealth Stop and search video: British sprinter Bianca Williams speaks to lawyers after accusing police of racial profiling Boris Johnson: Care homes didn't follow procedures correctly during Covid-19 outbreak Ennio Morricone: Oscar-winning giant of film music who wrote m…
 
Economic package: £1,000 bonuses for firms that hire young trainees | Maps: Regions hit hardest by Britain's growing unemployment crisis | Ben Lawrence: Arts simply cannot survive without live performances | Liveblog: When will theatres open? Arts bailout will help 'weather storm' | Don't book yet!: These countries still have restrictions on UK arr…
 
Super Saturday: Live updates and pictures as England's lockdown eased | 'New normal': Telegraph writers test put coronavirus guidelines to test | New rules: What you can, cannot and should not do from today | Return of staycations: Our guide to ten of the best UK beach holidays | Laughing through lockdown: Family's daily fancy dress rota - pictures…
 
Travel takes off: Where you can - and cannot - go without quarantining | Our picks: The best hotels reopening in Europe this summer | Super Saturday: What you can, cannot and should not do | First taste: Eleanor Steafel tries a Covid-secure restaurant | Interview: Meet the star of 2020’s Last Night of the Proms | Great British Sewing Bee: Winner tr…
 
Ghislaine Maxwell: What next for Duke as friend's arrest sparks scrutiny? | Camilla Tominey: Must-read profile of socialite described as 'Girl Friday' | Travel: Quarantine to be dropped - live updates as countries announced | Boris Johnson: PM's radio phone-in - follow our politics liveblog | Super Saturday: Do not let us down, English pubgoers tol…
 
Schools will open to all pupils from September, but what will the classroom look like? Can exams take place after so much disruption? And why have teaching unions been quick to criticise the government's plans? The Telegraph's Education Editor, Camilla Turner joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss the much-anticipated return to the classroom. Read mor…
 
Travel: Quarantine rules to be lifted for 75 countries | New figures: Infections tumbled after lockdown was relaxed | Education: Final draft of guidelines for schools from September | Liveblog: Follow Gavin Williamson's lunchtime statement live | Seven-year hitch: Why pets might be 'older' than you think | Hong Kong protests: Dispatch as police use…
 
Lockdown 'watch list': The areas that could face local lockdowns within days Rising cases: The 36 cities and counties where Covid cases are on the up 'Lost week': Boris Johnson defends Government over Leicester lockdown Hong Kong: UK offers British citizenship to nearly 3m people after China's security crackdown Iain Duncan Smith: Hong Kong’s pligh…
 
From Fox Sports Matty and the panel discuss the decline of The Broncos, the hybrid game and preview what is looking like a very good round 8! To take out a subscription to Fox Sports Australia where you can watch Matty Johns and get all the latest Tennis, AFL, Rugby, Motorsport, Football and Golf search FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIA See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
Black Lives Matter: Protests may have spread coronavirus | Leicester: Mayor who broke rules to meet lover tries officials' patience | Air bridges: Follow latest updates in our politics liveblog | Immunity: Figures may be twice as high as believed | Schools guidance: Children told to walk or cycle to school | National Gallery: Exclusive tour as it p…
 
While the rest of the country sees restrictions ease, Leicester goes into reverse. The Telegraph’s Global Health Security Editor, Paul Nuki and Chief Reporter, Robert Mendick join Theodora Louloudis to discuss the cause of the outbreak, what it tells us about how well the virus is under control and whether local lockdowns are the new normal. Read m…
 
'Unusually high': Coronavirus rate in children caused Leicester lockdown, Matt Hancock says Leicester lockdown map: What areas are included, and what are the rules? 'Build, build, build': PM announces 'most radical' planning reforms since end of WW2 Travel news: EU puts 14 countries on ‘safe list’, but excludes the US Forget burnout: Here is why yo…
 
Leicester lockdown: Travel ban on table, says Matt Hancock - follow live | 'New deal' speech: PM's 'Rooseveltian' focus - live updates and analysis | New curriculum: Return to teaching all subjects might take a year | Cheers!: Alcohol is good for you, researchers find | Interview: Cherie Blair on picking up Tony’s domestic slack | Cricket campaign:…
 
Local lockdowns: The 36 cities and counties where Covid cases are rising New wedding guidance: Couples told to wash hands before and after exchanging rings Politics latest: PM rules out return to austerity as Downing Street sets September deadline for Brexit talks Death of the waiter: Restaurants to use Deliveroo app for table service Sorry, woke m…
 
Whitehall revolution: PM wants Brexiteer to head the Civil Service | Education blitz: £1.5bn for schools to bounce back from Covid| Leicester: First local lockdown could be enforced 'within days' | Staycations: Sun, sea and... streets free of cars this summer | Get on your bike: How to join the cycle to work revolution | Newcastle 0 Man City 2: Mat…
 
Glasgow stabbings: Suspect shot dead by police in hotel attack - latest updates Travel latest: Thousands told European trips cancelled despite air bridges deal The big holiday gamble: Should you book right now, or wait? Ben Marlow: Industry chiefs must learn from Intu's calamity Emily Cronin: As Zara's online sales surge 95%, do we even need shops?…
 
As the US confirms a record number of daily cases, The Telegraph’s Washington Editor Nick Allen joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss whether Donald Trump is right to attribute this to increased testing, how reopening splits states along party lines and why the average age of those now infected has dropped by thirty years. Read more about Scotland’s …
 
Liverpool glory: How breathing techniques helped clinch title | Interactive graphic: Banishing the ghosts of the past 30 years | Boiling point: Police attacked at illegal party for second night | In a spin: PM’s jet flies the flag, but is it upside down? | Glasthomebury: Hour by hour guide to holiday a festival at home | BBQ special: The only three…
 
'Major incident': Thousands flock to Bournemouth beaches in heatwave Police attacked: 22 officers injured as Brixton party ends in violence Rebecca Long-Bailey: Former Labour leadership contender sacked for sharing 'anti-Semitic' article Air bridges: The countries that could miss out – and why Future of female friendship: How lockdown showed me who…
 
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