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The Take

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The Take

Al Jazeera Podcasts

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Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus and beyond share their take on the most important stories every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
 
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Radio Salaam Shalom Podcasts

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RADIO SALAAM SHALOM "Muslims and Jews Talking Together"

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Radio Salaam Shalom is a Bristol-based online radio station staffed by a volunteer team mainly from the Jewish and Muslim communities of the city. It launched on 1 February 2007. The project is seen as the UK's first Muslim-Jewish initiative of this type and emphasises the voice of the “moderate majority”. Its programmes give people from both communities the chance to celebrate, debate and share the events, issues and faith that shape their daily lives. It has received coverage and been the ...
 
SociologistRay Speaking Truth to Power is hosted by Dr. Rashawn Ray. This podcast focuses on ways to build better race and gender relations by having candid conversations about racism, police-civilian relations, and men's treatment of women. Dr. Ray provides research, statistics, and policy solutions to promote civility and tolerance. Dr. Ray is Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Lab for Applied Social Science Research at University of Maryland. He has written and appeared ...
 
Welcome to the M Collective, an interview series focused on interviewing 20 somethings who seem to have their life together just slightly more than the rest of us. They may have found their passions, or they're excelling in their careers, or have something unique about them that we can all learn from. Hosted by Alex Portera, a former management consultant turned world-traveler and TV producer.
 
A podcast by Enzo Caputo focusing on wealth management, Swiss banking, tax optimisation, international relocation, business opportunities and more. Enzo Caputo is the founder and CEO of Caputo & Partners AG (Ltd.), a Swiss Company helping international private clients. Most of our clients have bank accounts in Switzerland. All members of our team have collected professional experience inside a Swiss bank for more than 20 years and have a wide-spread network with other bankers. Such private c ...
 
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7 Stories

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7 Stories

Toledo Society

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7 Stories is a podcast for your ride to school. These highly produced 7 minute stories are sure to keep your kids engaged while in the car! A Toledo original and the first of its kind for Muslim parents and children, this show is hosted by Wasan and Moeed. We'll have funny stories…and sad stories…and scarrrrry stories….but each story has an important message for you to discuss with your children! We’ll hear stories such as Spidey the big red spider, and about the chicken that was an eagle! W ...
 
The First Mile is an immersive travel podcast, bringing you untold stories from the world of adventure. It is presented by Ash Bhardwaj and Pip Stewart — two travel journalists, who are adventurers in their own right — and explores everything from the ethics of cultural tourism, to documenting your journeys and making a living from travel. Ash and Pip navigate this territory with some of the world’s greatest travellers, who reveal how they got their first break in travel writing, planned rem ...
 
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Muammar Gaddafi’s death shocked the world – and 10 years later, the instability the former leader’s death unleashed in Libya has yet to end. Many thought the family’s hold over Libya was done, but one of Gaddafi’s sons is trying to overcome his past – and his ICC charges – to maneuver for power. He could even be a contender in December’s upcoming e…
 
The tense relationship between Russia and NATO has hit its lowest point since the end of the Cold War. Moscow is breaking ties with the alliance after accusations of spying. So, is Russia on a collision course with NATO? Join host Hashem Ahelbarra. Guests: Dmitry Babich - Political Analyst at Rossiya Sevodnya. Theresa Fallon - Director of the Centr…
 
Sudan's transition to democracy appears to be failing. Protesters want the army to take over but others say the only way forward is for civilians to run the country. Is there a way out of the crisis? Join host Peter Dobbie. Guests: Mubarak Ardol - Chair of the Political Bureau for the Democratic Alliance for Social Justice. Waleed Madibo - Presiden…
 
Increasingly, droughts, floods, and hurricanes are becoming a reason for people to leave their homes and even their countries. Last year, nearly half of the population in Honduras was affected by hurricanes. But the concept of climate refugees is not yet legally recognized by international law. So what’s left for migrants who are losing their jobs …
 
Lebanon's capital saw its worst street violence in more than a decade. What started as a protest over an investigation into last year's Beirut port blast became a gunfight. Could this trigger more chaos in a country already on the brink of ruin? Join host Imran Khan. Guest: Sami Nader, Director of the Levant Institute for Strategic Affairs. Rami Kh…
 
With close to half a million deaths from Malaria in 2019 --most in Sub-Saharan Africa-- scientists have spent decades working toward a vaccine, and last week, the World Health Organization approved the first. But, with only 30 to 40 percent efficacy some are also asking, is it worth it? And, there are other questions about how quickly it can be dep…
 
Many products are in short supply around the world, even turkeys for Christmas and Thanksgiving dinners. So, what's causing the supply crunch? And are we about to pay more? Join host Imran Khan. Guests: Jas Kalra, Assistant Professor in Supply Chain Management at Newcastle University Business School. Dan Wang, Chief Economist at Hang Seng Bank Chin…
 
When the UK left the European Union, both sides agreed that Northern Ireland would avoid a hard border with the Republic of Ireland, which is an EU member. Britain now wants a new deal, which the EU is offering, but with compromise. So, what's the dispute about? Join host Peter Dobbie. Guests: Owen Reidy, Assistant General Secretary of the Irish Co…
 
World leaders will gather in Glasgow for the COP26 climate change conference but what will they achieve? We've not reached one of the goals set 10 years ago to protect the planet's diverse wildlife. So, what now? Join host Peter Dobbie. Guests: Gavin Edwards, Global Coordinator of WWF International. Nancy Githaiga, Kenya Country Director of African…
 
Poland's constitutional court rejects one of the European Union's core principles: its laws override those of the 27 member states. So, could Poland follow Britain's lead and leave the bloc? Join host Adrian Finighan. Guests: Michal Wawrykiewicz, Lawyer and co-founder of the #FreeCourts Initiative. Ulrich Brueckner, Political Analyst and Professor …
 
Tunisia has a new prime minister, the first woman in the Arab world to hold the job. She’s replacing the prime minister that President Kais Saied sacked in July, when he suspended parliament. Many Tunisians, fed up with political parties and an economic crisis, thought that was the right move – but others called it a coup, and the question has ling…
 
There's a growing row between Mali and France. Bamako has accused Paris of abandonment as it has reduced its military involvement in the fight against armed groups in the Sahel region. Now, mercenaries from Russian Wagner security firm are expected to replace the French troops in a move that has made many nervous. So, what are the risks? Join host …
 
After dealing with an 11-year war and the Ebola epidemic, Sierra Leoneans are now - like the rest of us - facing the COVID-19 pandemic. But for many, this can be particularly triggering. So what happens to people faced with generations of untreated collective trauma, and what can be done to help Sierra Leoneans heal? In this episode: Rawya Rageh (@…
 
As the world focusses on COVID-19 vaccines, there's been a breakthrough in the fight against one of the biggest killers of children in Africa.The World Health Organization has approved a Malaria vaccine. But will it be affordable? Join host Kamahl Santamaria. With guests, W.H.O. Regional Adviser for Tropical and Vector borne Diseases Akpaka Kalu, B…
 
If you're in Europe, you may have been shocked lately by expensive power bills. Natural gas now costs six times more than at the start of the year. High energy prices have triggered protests in the EU. There are even claims that the bloc's main gas supplier, Russia, is deliberately withholding stock as winter approaches. So what's causing the power…
 
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