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Best London School Of Economics podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
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Updated April 2020
Updated April 2020
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Latest 100 audio files from LSE's programme of public lectures and events, for more recordings and pdf documents see the corresponding audio & pdf RSS feed, or Atom feed.
The London School of Economics and Political Science public events podcast series is a platform for thought, ideas and lively debate where you can hear from some of the world's leading thinkers. Listen to more than 200 new episodes every year.
This is a conversation podcast by Duncan Green, strategic adviser for Oxfam GB, author of ‘How Change Happens’ and Professor in Practice at the London School of Economics. This personal reflection is not intended as a comprehensive statement of the agreed policies of either Oxfam or the LSE. https://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/
The Ballpark is the LSE US Centre's regular podcast on the politics and policy of the United States. Through features and interviews with academics from the LSE and elsewhere, The Ballpark looks more closely into what's going on behind the headlines.
A podcast series from LSE's British Politics and Policy blog which aims to bring academic, evidence-based, perspectives to the political issues facing Britain today.
A one day conference in collaboration with the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies and the Department of History, University of Calgary and the History of Warfare Research Group, King's College London
Inner Sight broadcasts talks on philosophical and spiritual topics essential to everyday life. Inner Sight is an activity of the Lucis Trust. Founded by Alice Bailey in 1922, Lucis Trust is a nonprofit, nonsectarian and nonpolitical organization that promotes right human relations, goodwill and the oneness of humanity. To learn more about our related programs (World Goodwill, Triangles, the Arcane School, and Full Moon Meditations) visit www.lucistrust.org.
The Curious Quant series, hosted by Michael Kollo, is a discussion between technically-minded professionals in the financial services, technology and data science fields. It examines the application of new data and new methodologies to common problems in financial markets. Michael Kollo has a PhD in Finance is from the London School of Economics where he lectured in quantitative finance in addition to Imperial College and at the University of New South Wales. He has created models and led qu ...
NPR and WBUR's live midday news program
The Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism (ASEN) is an interdisciplinary student-led research association founded by research students and academics in 1990 at the London School of Economics & Political Science. ASEN seeks to fulfil two broad objectives: 1. To facilitate and maintain an interdisciplinary, global network of researchers, academics and other scholars interested in ethnicity and nationalism; and 2. To stimulate, produce, and diffuse world-class research on ethni ...
Broadcasting from Warsaw, Poland – one of the most dynamic cities in Europe – we explore business, politics and culture alongside our guests, who share their unique experiences and observations with the hosts: Andrew de Roy – Managing Partner of Bearstone Global, a commercial intelligence company with offices in Warsaw and Berlin. Andrew has been living in Warsaw for 14 years, enjoys CrossFit, meditation and playing bridge. Michael Cole – is Polish/British and in 2012 moved from London to Wa ...
On Newstalk Breakfast, we’re opinion led, full of personality and bring you all the latest news, sport, business and entertainment you need to get your day started. Weekdays with presenters Shane Coleman, Kieran Cuddihy, business with Vincent Wall and sport with Alan Quinlan.
World Leaders Forum at Columbia University
Brought to you by EY UK's Regulatory and Public Policy team, the Regulatory Outlook Podcast Series brings to life current and upcoming developments via interviews with experts from the across regulatory community.
Workers doing their jobs from home may be more vulnerable to hackers than in their offices. One risk factor is porn, a favorite tool of hackers. Porn traffic is up, while supervision is down. Also, writer Bruce Feiler joins us to talk about dealing with the fear and uncertainty of this moment.By NPR
At least 45 employees in one of Louisville's biggest health care systems have tested positive for coronavirus. We speak with Shelley Urquhart, a pulmonary and critical-care nurse practitioner who contracted the virus despite wearing all of the recommended personal protective equipment. Also, jazz pianist Ellis Marsalis passed away Wednesday at age …
How are hospitals dealing with the pandemic and is our approach working? For more we’re joined by Paddy Mallon Infections Disease physician at St Vincent’s hospital and Professor of Microbial Diseases at UCD school of Medicine
A small start-up 3D printing company in Galway has offered to supply face shields to nursing homes nationwide who are experiencing PPE shortages. Jacqui O’Connor, Founder of MedScan3D joins to detail the project.
Ends splitting? Roots on show? Dylan Bradshaw has tips on how to tide your locks over during lockdown.
In fact, leading public health experts are now arguing that petrol pumps, airline tickets and energy bills carry cigarette packet-style warnings about the damage caused by global warming. John Gibbons is an Environmental Journalist and Commentator discusses.
We speak to the developer Michael O’Flynn who is the managing director of O’Flynn Construction who says the government has been too heavy handed in suspending all non-essential building.
Vincent Wall has all the business news this morning.
The Peter McVerry Trust has announced this morning that it’s secured 100 new additional spaces for homeless people who need to cocoon or self-isolate.
How close are we to a deal between Leo and Micheál on Government Formation Hugh O’Connell, Political Correspondent with the Irish Independent discusses.
We find out where does Ireland sit on the Covid-19 curve.
Chris Douridas, a DJ at KCRW in Santa Monica, shares some timely hits from Willie Nelson to Diana Ross to help shake the quarantine blues away. Also, fashion designer Brandon Maxwell and his team are creating face masks and hospital gowns for health care workers fighting the coronavirus. We talk to Maxwell about creating protective wear amid the pa…
The White House presented data on Tuesday that projects at least 100,000 deaths due to the coronavirus if social distancing measures are continued through the summer. Epidemiologist Dr. Ali Mokdad, who was part of the team who compiled the data, joins us to discuss. And, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis continues to resist calls for a statewide stay-at-ho…
Critically ill patients with Covid19 in Ireland will be asked to take part in a clinical trial on how to treat the disease we were joined by Alistair Nichol who is a Professor of intensive care medicine at UCD and an intensive care consultant at St Vincent's University Hospital. He is also the Irish lead in this clinical trial…
Health Minister Simon Harris joins us on the show and we ask are we flattening the curve?
Funerals are now limited to ten people attending, we are joined on the show by Colm Kieran - Spokesperson for the Irish Association of Funeral Directors.
We get the latest COVID19 developments from around the world is Dr Margaret Harris Spokesperson for the World Health Organisation.
The government must act to provide childcare to frontline healthcare workers. That’s according to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation. We were joined by Tony Fitzpatrick, their director of industrial relations to discuss.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms provides an update on the situation in her city, which is under a stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus outbreak. More than 100 people have died from COVID-19 across the state of Georgia. And, many hospitals are stopping elective surgeries amid the current pandemic. Dr. David Hoyt, executive director of the Am…
The more than 30,000 Americans still stranded overseas because of the coronavirus are getting frustrated as the State Department mounts an unprecedented effort to help get them home. WAMU's Daniella Cheslow reports. Also, more cruise ships are pleading for somewhere to port in Florida, but so far Gov. Ron DeSantis has denied their requests, saying …
During this period of self isolation many of us are taking up hobbies we have been putting off for years. Henry McKean who is at home decided to learn the guitar and got some help from his dad Hamish via video Whatsapp, let's see how they got on....
The sky at night has just got more interesting, Leo Enright Space Commentator joins us and tells us why.
Irish nurse, Clare Crofton from Co. Kildare was working on the frontlines of a busy London hospital, until last Monday, when she contracted Coronavirus. She talked to us this morning.
Sadly 8 more deaths and 295 new cases of coronavirus diagnosed in Ireland, bringing the total number of confirmed cases now to 2,910. It comes as modellers are working on putting together how many cases we’re likely to see and when these cases may happen For more on that we’re joined by Professor Philip Nolan Chair of the NPHET Irish Epidemiologica…
Families will fracture under the stress of this crisis, but some will emerge stronger. We discuss this with Patricia Casey Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry in UCD and Consultant Psychiatrist at the Mater Hospital.
We have a business update with Vincent Wall.
Henry takes up a new hobby and is taking guitar lessons from his dad via whats app.
We get the latest on coronavirus with our reporter Stephaine Rohan and Kingston Mills Professor of Experimental Immunology at Trinity College Dublin.
To help pass the time during social distancing, host Jeremy Hobson speaks with Petra Mayer of NPR Books about what she suggests we read while we're contained in Also, many Americans are feeling isolated these days as we stay home. But what impact is social distancing efforts having on people who are in addiction recovery? Vic Vela, host of new reco…
The cattle industry has its own name for an economic downturn: a wreck — and we are right in the middle of one. As the Texas Standard's Michael Marks reports, the coronavirus injected the cattle market with a big dose of uncertainty at just the wrong time. Also, Louisiana's overall death rate is on par with New York's, though the southern state fac…
How one parish priest has been handling local funerals since the coronavirus outbreak
The government is reminding companies that support schemes are available for those affected by COVID crisis
Death toll rises to 46 as HSE prepares for surge in cases over next two weeks, we were joined by Anne O’Connor, Chief Operations Officer of the HSE
How does COVID-19 affect your health insurance? Shane talks to Siobhan Maguire, Consumer Journalist.
Coronavirus has brought most facets of Irish life to a grinding halt but is that halt being felt in the housing market, Shane discusses this with Pat Davitt CEO of Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV).
How are the hospital coping ? Kieran spoke to Chris Luke, retired Consultant in Emergency Medicine in Cork who’s returned to the frontlines.
There are now 17 clusters of people with Covid-19 in nursing homes – that’s according to the latest figures published by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre. Shane spoke to Tadgh Daly, Chief Executive, Nursing Homes Ireland
All Covid and Development this week: Links I Liked, including 'Coronavirus Rhapsody' (sorry, Freddie); A brief history of hand-washing; how to stop lockdown leading to an upsurge in violence against women; why debt relief for poor countries needs to be part of the response; the tensions between faith and science in Africa.…
Comedy theaters are among the many entertainment outlets struggling with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. Host Jeremy Hobson speaks with Charna Halpern, owner of The iO Theater in Chicago. Also, Dr. Larry Brilliant has been on the front lines in the fight against disease for decades. He shares his thoughts on COVID-19.…
There's been an outcry on social media: Millenials don't think their boomer parents are taking warnings about coronavirus seriously enough. NPR's Ina Jaffe profiles a father and daughter. Also, we talk to John Lex, a truck driver for Walmart, about some of the challenges he is facing on the road due to the coronavirus, and the newfound respect he f…
Restrictions due to Coronavirus in Ireland’s maternity hospitals have seen new mothers not being allowed to receive any visitors at all.Natasha Philpott from Wicklow is one such mother who gave birth to baby Paige earlier this week and she spoke to Shane Coleman on Newstalk Breakfast this morning.
Another rise in the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus on the island of Ireland, but where exactly are we on the curve?Dr Ronan Glynn Deputy Chief Medical Officer at the department of Health joined the Newstalk Breakfast Show today to give an update on the situation.
With thousands of children off from school, many of them are feeling socially isolated.Well, the President’s Award has launched their ‘Gaisce at Home’ campaign to encourage Ireland’s young people to respond to the challenge of Covid-19 by staying active and engaged in their personal development and community action.Yvonne McKenna CEO of Gaisce and …
Personal protective equipment, the clothing that’s used when treating infectious patients, is a key issue in the coronavirus pandemic.But how much of a burden is it on staff who wear it for hours on end every single day?Kieran Cuddihy spoke to Dr Suzanne Crowe who’s an intensive care specialist at Crumlin children’s hospital.…
Nearly 3.3 million people filed for unemployment last week as the coronavirus pandemic brought many industries to a standstill. We get an expert view from Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant Thornton LLP. Also, so many people are worried about family and loved ones right now. WBUR's Anthony Brooks's mother, Esther Brooks, is in Italy — one of the…
Host Robin Young speaks with cellist Yo-Yo Ma about the music he's been tweeting using the hashtag #SongsOfComfort. Also, some physicians are speculating that vaping could make some young people more susceptible to the worst COVID-19 complications. Cleveland Clinic pulmonologist Dr. Humberto Choi joins us to talk about the issue.…
The global coronavirus pandemic has put many cars and buses off the roads, has heavily restricted air travel and has even ground major industries to a halt. Recent reports show that such measures have significantly improved the air quality in Wuhan, South Korea and Italy – but are we experiencing better air in Ireland too? Newstalk Reporter, Sarah …
Households who take time during the Covid-19 crisis to review their finances could ‘earn’ up to €7,000 just by switching their most common bills.Daragh Cassidy, from Bonkers.ie spoke to Kieran Cuddihy this morning on the Breakfast Show with top tips for listeners at home.
Mobile networks should provide unlimited data to allow school children complete their assignments.That’s the call from a number of principals and parents.John Cullinane, Deputy Principal in Presentation De La Salle in Bagenalstown joined the show this morning to talk us through the issue.