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Our Armed Forces operate in challenging environments. For them, separation from loved ones, dealing with sudden change and uncertainty is part of the day job. They are trained to ‘adapt and overcome’ in the most extreme conditions. So, what can we learn from their experiences? Week-by-week, we’ll explore the Lockdown with people who have Served in the Armed Forces and the organisations helping those in need within the military community. Hosted by Company of Makers co-founder Steve Bomford a ...
 
A Lockdown like no other. Just as society begins to recover from one virus, another comes along to take it's place, only this one is....oh let's just say "a bit more mobile" It's even reached the docile town of Faringdon, where a Husband and Wife sit and wait...and wait...and do a bit more waiting. This will all blow over, right? Can their marriage survive? Can any of us survive?
 
Freddie Sayers from online magazine UnHerd seeks out top scientists, writers, politicians and thinkers for in-depth interviews to try and help us work out what’s really going on. What started as an inquiry into the pandemic has broadened into a fascinating look at free speech, science, meaning and the ideas shaping our world. Due to popular demand here is a podcast version of our YouTube — available to watch, for free here or by searching ‘LockdownTV’. Enjoy! And don't forget to rate, like a ...
 
While we are going through these tough times I shall be documenting my thoughts, experiences and observations of being in lockdown in Spain, sharing updates, tips, drama games, funny stories, binge watching suggestions and humour via The Lockdown Diaries Podcast. Plus checkout my soccer podcast Hitting the Bar. Twitter: @LockdownDiaries
 
The Realist is a project by the young people of Waterloo Community Theatre. It is is a project conceived to explore bridging the distance between us during lockdown through audio. Each week during our sessions (held via Zoom) we revisit work from previous projects and create new work exploring themes close to our hearts. Find out more at www.waterloocommunitytheatre.co.uk.
 
Restaurant Revolution is a podcast that chronicles the ongoing challenges that a restaurant is facing in Michigan during the Covid19 lockdowns and beyond. This restaurant defied orders to shut down dine-in service during the second lockdown, and they claim it was all to benefit the employees and community. Or were there financial motives? Listen and you decide. If you love dining-out, or work in the food industry, you don't want to miss this story as it continues in real time as the restaura ...
 
Ordinary people, extraordinary times in the face of COVID-19 as told to South Fremantle resident, singer Penny Shaw; recorded just before the June 2021 lockdown. ‘Pen-demic’ is a Neighbour to Neighbour initiative and supported by the City of Fremantle. Original music written and performed by Finn Pearson.
 
Four guys, one cu....Nope! Wrong account! One guy. His best mate. His best mates brother. And his best mates brothers old boss. Reunited during Lockdown playing video games.Filled to the brim with gaming rambles, Doc's dad jokes, hilarious life stories and the comedy that comes with four mates going into too much detail.
 
Fairies wreak havoc on the lives of their favorite human podcasters during 2020 lockdown. The Faustian Nonsense Network's first original production is a modern adaptation of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, set during 2020 NYC. Bickering fae, flirtatious mortals, and a podcast within a podcast! Check out FN at faustiannonsense.com, and contribute to our Patreon at patreon.com/faustiannonsense.
 
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Science Weekly podcast will now explore some of the crucial scientific questions about Covid-19. Led by its usual hosts Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin and Nicola Davis, as well as the Guardian's health editor Sarah Boseley, we’ll be taking questions – some sent by you – to experts on the frontline of the global outbreak. Send us your questions here: theguardian.com/covid19questions
 
Following a 20-year career in communications, like so many friends, peers and ex-colleagues I found myself working from home 100% of the time. In this series I hear from a range of interesting and diverse voices about their response to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, their health and wellbeing, creativity in adverse times, and our shared hopes for the future.
 
Mamia&Me, hosted by Amy Huberman, is a place for parents to talk about the big crazy adventure that is parenthood. Amy will be chatting to mums and dads and special guests about everything from lockdown parenting to baby brain and surrogacy to home births. The whole parenting kit and kaboodle. @amy_huberman (https://twitter.com/amy_huberman) Aldi.ie/mamia (http://aldi.ie/mamia)
 
Cousin Pauline, Brothers Mike and Bob and their Dad Dave randomly select UK sitcoms for season one and 90's movies in season 2 and they go head to head in a battle of facts, fun, banter, digression, annoyance and so much more.This isn't a podcast for snowflakes, this is a podcast for real men/women and Bob😁A podcast made by idiots for you🤔
 
While Canada was in lockdown, Together We Stand created The Command Post, a regular webcast series featuring military family members as guests. The intention was to bring a sense of kinship back to those who were struggling through the current global pandemic, while also allowing military families to see themselves accurately reflected within their diverse realities. This series brings the military family community together, discussing prominent themes such as grief, raising children in the ...
 
Award-winning journalist Trish Wood digs deep with guests and thinks critically about the world, COVID-19 policy, true crime, wrongful convictions, epic media fails, addiction, the gender wars and sometimes basketball. Trish’s acclaimed interview style, empathetic but tough and agenda-free, explodes convention and exposes raw truth. Trish Wood's guests include: Matt Taibbi, Scott Atlas, Naomi Wolf, Abigail Shrier, Michael Shermer, Meghan Daum and Nancy Rommelmann. Listeners of this show also ...
 
Comedian and activist Mark Thomas has moved back in with his mum for the duration of the pandemic. He’s 57 and she’s 85. He says she’s curmudgeonly; she says he’s the most aggravating person on the planet. In this six-part podcast, he reflects on their lockdown life together while investigating the wider impact of COVID-19. Every night, Mark calls health and care workers across the country for a chat. Humbling and often heartbreaking, these conversations reveal what life is like on the coron ...
 
Not everyone who is called for jury service is given a case. When Sarah Armstrong received a jury summons during the first lockdown in 2020, she assumed the trial would be cancelled, but it went ahead. Once the case was concluded, Sarah conducted her own online investigation to answer the many questions she was left with about authority, surveillance and belonging. In this limited five part series, Sarah details the prosecution and defence evidence presented in court and explains how the exp ...
 
Shirk, rest & play. "Top 50 Podcasts to Listen to on a Lockdown" (Sunday Times) "7th Most Essential podcast in the world" (Esquire magazine) "Genial babble... about nothing" (David Hepworth, The Guardian) "It'll never catch on." (Half-life) Living and loafing in South London with Dulwich Raider and Dirty South from leading slacker website, Deserter. It's only once a month, so don't get your hopes up.
 
You’ve seen the headlines, now hear the Full Story. Every weekday, join Guardian journalists for a deeper understanding of the news in Australia and beyond. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or any other podcasting app
 
Canadian discussions - a global retail perspective. As the world entered lockdown in March 2020, a small, diverse group of Canadian thought leaders gathered virtually to speculate, collaborate and share their insights on the waves of disruption facing retailers. "The Business of Retail” podcast emerged as an unflinching strategic alternative to the conventional discourse. Listen or watch as root causes are revealed and new paths forward for the wider retail ecosystem are explored.
 
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Bangladesh has imposed strict lockdown measures, after a spike in coronavirus infections. The BBC's Nagib Bahar in Dhaka explains the new restrictions. During previous lockdowns the important garment sector was allowed to continue production, but factories have been told they must also close for a fortnight, and we get reaction from Rubana Huq of M…
 
Few people can claim to have as close access to “Trumpworld” — the circle of advisors around ex-President Trump — as Jason Miller. In fact, he spoke to Trump himself just yesterday. Originally the chief campaign spokesman for the 2016 campaign, Miller was drafted back for the final months of the re-election campaign, in June 2020. He co-presented a…
 
As the NSW Covid outbreak worsens, attention has focused on three local government areas in the south-west of Sydney – Fairfield, Canterbury-Bankstown and Liverpool. As cases rise, extra police have been deployed and all non-essential workers have been told they cannot leave their area. In this episode, five people who live or work in south-west Sy…
 
The first every Liberty Swap cast is here! I'll be at Freedomfest for the next 10 days and will not have any recordings until I get home most likely. Stay tuned as I should do some incredible interviews on the road!Carol Roth's book is here: https://t.co/JowOFiNDu0?amp=1Follow her here: https://twitter.com/caroljsrothFollow Tower Gang here: https:/…
 
“It's a bit like what we used to call in the Royal Marines… 'babbin’ your wack'… when you're proper pooing yourself before you go and do something.” Royal Marine (RM) turned professional actor, Tip, is a ‘story-teller’ and as a young man in Belfast, he had an epiphany, “I knew that I had to become a Royal Marines Commando.” 30 years later, RM Capta…
 
Alex talks to psychologist Dr Gary Sidley about why the government mandated masks, why some scientists are obsessed by them, despite the paucity in evidence they do anything at all, and the damage that masks do to people forced to wear them. Dr Gary Sidley is a former NHS consultant clinical psychologist, as well as a writer, blogger and trainer. H…
 
In a brilliant piece for City Journal, John Tierney exposes how we ended up in a cauldron of failing policy, public health propaganda and never-ending authoritarian measures approved of and implemented by mostly Liberal elites. He says every institution has been tainted by the largest public health policy disaster, perhaps in human history. Also, T…
 
WHATS IN THE ELIMINATION BOX? Two epic 90's movies , thats what!! The round of 16 is sponsored by the amazing London based band MAZE, they can be found on all music platforms. The Spotify link is below, make sure you check them out https://open.spotify.com/artist/4RownT4izkvxjW97UaDL0R?si=AiOQBHrpTLC3fmzsUCRY9Q&dl_branch=1 Thanks for listening Supp…
 
Several popular websites were sent offline due to a problem connecting users, or a DNS error. Companies affected included AirBnB, McDonald's, HSBC and British Airways. We speak to Jason Crabtree, founder and CEO of cybersecurity company Qomplex, who explains what happened.And Cary Leahey of Decision Economics brings us up to date with today's movem…
 
Right across the world unpredictable and extreme weather has led to devastating consequences: homes washed away by floods in Europe and China with hundreds dead; extreme heat and giant wildfires in North America and in Siberia, and we now hear that the Amazon rainforest is emitting more carbon dioxide than it is soaking up. Scientists are clear tha…
 
First this week, Associate Editor Kelly Servick joins us to discuss a big push to develop scalable blood tests for Alzheimer’s disease and how this could advance research on the disease and its treatment.Next, Amir Khan, a senior scientist at the Physics Institute of the University of Zurich and the Institute of Geophysics at ETH Zürich, talks with…
 
Increasing bushfires, floods and rising temperatures around the world make action on the climate crisis even more urgent, but Australia remains at a standstill. Guardian Australia editor Lenore Taylor and head of news Mike Ticher discuss Australia’s laggard approach to climate change, and why it’s important not to lose hope in the face of climate d…
 
We hear why Ukraine is concerned by a US-German deal over the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. The pipeline will bring gas from Russia to Germany, bypassing Ukraine, and Thierry Bros of the Paris Institute of International Studies explains the background. And we get reaction to the new agreement between the US and Germany aimed at preventing Russia from…
 
We learned in our previous episode about the very real consequences that extreme heat has on human health and wellbeing, but there is little research into what actually happens to our bodies when exposed to extreme heat apart from in the world of sports science. In the second part of our discussion, as fears mount that the Tokyo Olympics will be th…
 
Zhengzhou, a central Chinese city, with 10,000,000 inhabitants has been paralysed by record-breaking floods and more rain in one day than it usually gets in a year. So how the climate crisis be tackled? We get analysis from Micheal Mann, distinguished professor of atmospheric science at Penn State University and the author of The New Climate War. A…
 
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Following several extreme weather events we ask if businesses can adapt to climate change. Victoria Crawford is from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Also in the programme, to visit a French museum, gallery or cinema from today, you will need a Covid passport demonstrating vaccination, a recent negative test, or recovery from…
 
In this episode:Book - manuscript completedOur man at The OpenThe Euros and Peckham Town FCPub & beer newsCrisp newsOther news (in brief)How to stay cool in summerBum DosserWhen buses went to pubsBar rulesLeaning letterAs you wereKids write a jokeEgg & wine diet - lose 5 pounds!By Deserter
 
With an overzealous Attorney General, Mark Sands, Woodchips BBQ was facing temporary suspension of their liquor license or potential revocation all together from the Michigan Liquor Commission Control. The trial had humorous moments but with dire consequences. Learn more about how Woodchips BBQ took on the MLCC during the second lockdown curing Cov…
 
This is a cracking episode where Jon Gaunt and his guests discuss Covid Passports for nightclubs? Should we be unlocking as cases rise? 400 more people arrive on beaches of Dover, what is the solution? Plus much more. With special guests Paul Wiffen and Nick Hogan. This podcast is the audio version of Jon's TV show from Tuesday July 20. Check out w…
 
Discussion themes for this episode of Comms from the Shed: A new profession called Internal Communication DIY learning in the spirit of a start-up (and why staying behind the scenes appeals) Being a journalist at heart and the power of editing Interviewing Noam Chomsky on political turmoil Mister Editorial, promotion and the importance of mentors W…
 
New York's attorney general has reached a $1.1bn settlement with a number of pharmaceutical firms over their alleged role in the prescription opioid epidemic. We hear more from Carl Tobias, a Professor of Law at the University of Richmond. Plus, Joe Saluzzi from Themis Trading in New Jersey brings us the latest from the financial markets.…
 
This week, Unesco’s World Heritage Committee will decide whether the Great Barrier Reef should be labelled ‘in danger’. If this happens, it will be the first time a natural world heritage site has received this status due to the impacts of climate change. Environment reporter Graham Readfearn explains how the Morrison government is turning to an ol…
 
As Amazon's Jeff Bezos blasts to space on his rocket, we look at the space tourism race. Bezos's Blue Origin joins Elon Musk and Richard Branson in the club of very rich people with big ambitions on the rest of the universe, and Dr Maggie Lieu, an astrophysicist at Nottingham University, brings us the background. Also in the programme, the Centre f…
 
The Guardian’s global environment editor, Jonathan Watts, speaks to Shivani Dave about extreme weather events – including the extreme heat recently recorded in the US and Canada. In the first of two parts, we hear how extreme heat comes about and why extreme weather events such as floods and monsoons look set to become more likely and even more ext…
 
Canada's Food Professor is back! Dr. Sylvain Charlebois covered Foodservices a few months ago and returns to reveal the big shifts happening in our large grocers that are sending ripples through our Food Retail sector. Here is a sneak peak and a 'tip of the cap' to Sobey's CEO, Michael Medline.By Christine Cowan, David Ian Gray, George Minakakis, Gary Newbury, Craig Patterson
 
In a blow to the UK's tourist and aviation industries, the CDC has advised US citizens against travel to the country. We hear more from travel expert, Simon Calder. And as most remaining coronavirus restrictions are lifted in England, the number of cases continues to rise and hundreds of thousands of people are being asked to isolate by the officia…
 
Many electronics manufacturers are making it harder for us, to fix our broken kit. There are claims that programmed obsolescence is alive and well, with mobile phone batteries designed to wear out after just 400 charges. They claim it's for safety or security reasons, but it pushes constant replacement and upgrades. But people are starting to fight…
 
We examine the causes of last month's collapse of Champlain Towers South in Florida. Almost a hundred residents are now confirmed to have died in the disaster, and Steve Rosenthal, who lived in the building, tells us he was lucky to escape with his life. Ana Bozovic is a real estate agent who works near the collapsed block, and discusses the red fl…
 
From Monday there will be no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs can reopen and table service will no longer be compulsory in pubs and restaurants. And responsibility for ensuring people take precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus while out shopping will be passed to owners of stores. However there is a fear is…
 
The random draw has put together these two 90's movies, CHRISTMAS AND ALIENS!! Which one do you prefer? The round of 16 is sponsored by the amazing London based band MAZE, they can be found on all music platforms. The Spotify link is below, make sure you check them out https://open.spotify.com/artist/4RownT4izkvxjW97UaDL0R?si=AiOQBHrpTLC3fmzsUCRY9Q…
 
After spending a night away at the Care Home, Aaron & Katie discuss vehicle options and make a surprising discovery. But is there something, or someone, lurking in the shadows? Episode 7 of 8. Theme tune by Atavist Music, Artwork by Alex, Sound FX courtesy of freesfx.co.uk Want to get involved? Visit http://zed1podcast.weebly.com/ to find out how t…
 
In early June Lt Gen John Frewen was appointed coordinator general of Australia’s national Covid vaccine taskforce. Since then he’s popped up on television and radio talking about the rollout. But what exactly does his job entail? And why is a military man leading a public health response? Political reporters Amy Remeikis and Daniel Hurst explain…
 
As the U.S. finalizes its troop withdrawal from Afghanistan after 20 years of involvement in the country, Fareed talks to former Commander of U.S. Central Command and former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus about how the U.S. may regret the decision to pull out in a “hasty way.” Then, Ada Ferrer, Professor of History at NYU, explains why it is stil…
 
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