LeAnn Rimes  

Internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter LeAnn Rimes talks to Jane about her twenty-year career and performs her new single, How to Kiss a Boy. We continue with the Woman's Hour series, Becoming a Mother: A Hot Cup of Tea with Hollie McNish as she travels around the country speaking to mothers and father about how they cope with parenthood. Today she meets Ruby, originally from Sri Lanka, and Shanthini, originally from Tamil Nadu in India. Both have raised their children in the UK. This year's Power List will celebrate seven women who've made the biggest impact on women's lives over the past seven decades. Today it's food. Who has changed our attitudes to what we eat and how we cook it. More than half of misogynistic posts by Twitter users in the UK and America are written by women according to a new large-scale study that analysed 19 million tweets over four years. We explore that figure. Presenter: Jane Garvey Producer: Lucinda Montefiore.

Do we Need Artificial Intelligence?  

Look out of the window and you won’t see many robots – but the AI revolution is here. The relentless encroachment of machine-thinking into every aspect of our lives is transforming the way we think and act. Machine-learning algorithms drive our smartphones and social media - and they are increasingly present in our homes, offices, schools and hospitals. Whether driving cars, diagnosing disease or marking essays, artificial intelligence is everywhere. But how does machine-thinking compare to human thought and what are the limitations of AI? From biased training data to impenetrable black-box algorithms, Quentin Cooper and guests explore the strengths and limitations of AI. To discuss whether we need AI are - Zoubin Ghahramani, professor of Information Engineering at the University of Cambridge and deputy director of the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence; Lydia Nicholas, senior researcher at the British innovation foundation Nesta; Professor Kentaro Toyama of the University of Michigan, co-founder of Microsoft Research India and author of Geek Heresy: Rescuing Social Change from the Cult of Technology. (Photo: A woman uses a mobile phone as she walks in front of an autonomous self-driving vehicle as it is tested in a pedestrianised zone. Credit: Getty Images)

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Battleground State #257  

Cardinals protest McDonald’s opening near Vatican, Americans trust scientists and military over clergy, Sweden gets a cemetery free of religious symbols, pastor comes out as atheist and then runs back to the church, terrorism in Kansas, a Catholic charity in India surprises us (a little), and an independent presidential candidate in Utah within striking distance of winning the state.

Así fue la segunda hora de Fin de Semana el sábado 22 de octubre de 2016  

En la segunda hora del Fin de Semana hablamos con José Moreno, cuñado de Manuel Chavero que nos cuenta las últimas novedades de la desaparición de su cuñada, y con Emilia Chavero, hermana de la desaparecida que se encuentra abatida por no encontrar a Manuela. Además, Joaquin Amills, padre de un desaparecido y presidente de Asociación "SOS Desaparecidos" y Luisa Vera, madre de Cristina Bergua, desaparecida en 1997 nos cuentan cómo se vive la desaparición de un ser querido y nos hacen una recomendación: "Es un bulo esperar 24 horas para denunciar la desaparición". Sofía Gonzalo nos trae la crónica rosa más candente. La cantante India Martínez nos presenta su último disco "Te cuento un secreto". Por último, el Dr. Esteban Pérez Almeida, director médico de COPE nos advierte del peligro del "juego del desmayo o del pañuelo".

EPISODE 151 - Weekly Deliverance Sessions 10-20-16  
LIVE Call-In Deliverance Session WHERE THE HOLY GHOST ACTS


Elena - Italy

Jwala - India

Elizabeth - United Kingdom

Pastor Barry - Pennsylvania

Tawanda - Georgia

Jason - Virginia

Pastor Dee- Georgia (Testimony)

To request a session, call the Deliverance Conference Line # 712-775-7031 and enter par [...]

EPISODE 139 - The Mysterious English Sweating Sickness  

Wreckage of German Submarine Sunk By Sea Monster Cave Paintings Reveal Clues to Mystery Ice Age Beast Consciousness Could Be a Side Effect of Entropy Could a Mysterious Brand New Planet Be Blamed for Our Tilted Sun The Mysterious English Sweating Sickness BBC Halloween Hoax This Tree Trunk Has Been Floating Upright for 120 Years The Lesbian Vampire Story That Came Before Dracula 10 Incredibly Creepy Mysteries from India Timeslip on the Road in Saskatchewan

Australian Special Forces return from joint exercise with Indian troops  

A small contingent of Australian Special Forces soldiers has just returned from India. They've been involved in Australia's first ever joint exercise with India's elite troops. The Department of Defence won't say how many were involved in the exercise, which PM has learned had a counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency focus. Podcast #496  

Join Grace and me as we discuss the Formula 1 news of the week. WE discuss Nico Hulkenberg, Renault, Williams, Haas, Force India, Pirelli, Mercedes, Ferrari, testing, and even play “who said what”? Fashion award winner: BTR Player:

Skeptoid #541: Defusing India's Ancient Atomic Blasts  

The facts behind an urban legend claiming a nuclear war in India some 12,000 years ago.

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17 oktober | Michiel Mol, Alexander Klopping en Accell  

Hij heeft een eigen race team - Force India -, wil zelf een ruimtevoertuig bouwen, maar is op dit moment VOORAL bezig met Virtual en Augmented Reality.

Treading Carefully  

We travel to Hawai'i, The Gambia, France and India-administered Kashmir this week. The programme begins in Australia where the plans of the prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, to hold a national plebiscite on the issue of same-sex marriage have run into difficulties. Phil Mercer explains why, although his opponents agree with the premier’s objective, they don’t support his approach for achieving it. Chris Simpson is in The Gambia, the smallest country on the African mainland. Elections are due in December and the opposition parties agreed only yesterday to field a single candidate against the sitting president. But what are the prospects of the long-serving head of state losing power? Chris Bockman is in Toulouse following the story of a plane and its erstwhile owner. Colonel Gadaffi of Libya, the fifth anniversary of whose death falls next Thursday, hated flying but nevertheless acquired and fitted out in grand style an Airbus A340. But disagreements between the new Libyan authorities and creditors claiming that bills racked up by the former leader have been left unpaid in France mean the plane is parked at Perpignan airport. What will happen next? Kashmir is one of the most militarised regions of the world with India and Pakistan administering parts of it while both claiming all of it. Melissa van der Klugt journeyed to Attari to meet the station superintendent who manages the daily routine of journeys between Delhi and Lahore under the shadow of nuclear weapons held on both sides. And Simon Parker is fascinated by the active volcanoes on Hawai'i, particularly Kilauea. He decides to get up close and personal with the lava-spewing natural wonder – but will his feet be able to endure the trek

Nico Hülkenberg joins Renault for 2017 season  

It was rumoured a few days before the announcement but finally it became official as Nico Hülkenberg tweeted a picture of himself outside the Renault motorhome indicating his new friends for next season. The German has been with Force India for six years, with a brief sabbatical at Sauber in 2013. After four consecutive seasons with barely a podium to show for it, Nico has opted to move to the French squad for a multi-year deal.

161015 Simone's Songlines Uur 1  

1997 Kula Shaker - Hush 1982 The Fixx - One thing leads to another 2016 Kungs ft Jamie N Commons - Don't you know 1972 Allman Brothers - Blue sky 1996 Alanis Morrisette - Ironic 1994 Leena Conquest - Boundaries 1971 Marvin Gaye - Innercity blues (Make me wanna holler) 2015 Lost Frequencies ft Janieck Devy - Reality 2016 Robbie Williams - Party like a Russian 2013 Matt Simons - Pieces 1963 Bob & Earl - Harlem shuffle 1983 Duran Duran - Is there something I should know 2006 Anthony David ft India Arie - Words 2013 Douwe Bob - You don't have to stay 2006 Red Hot Chili Peppers - Dani California

BRICS: Still Solid?  

They were the five emerging economies set to reshape the world order: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Collectively, they became known as the BRICS. The BBC's Sameer Hashmi reports from Goa, where BRICS leaders are set to meet amid the hard reality of slowing world economic growth and political turmoil, while Jim O'Neill, the former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management and a former Conservative government minister who coined the BRIC acronym, tells us why he still thinks these countries have potential. Plus, the BBC's Rahul Tandon reports from Kolkata about the growing pressure on India's 315 million students. (Picture: Flags of the five BRICS nations; Credit: Gil-Design/Thinkstock)

Sounds of Delhi: Janter Manter  

In de serie 'Sounds of Delhi' de vraag: hoe klinkt deze hoofdstad van India? Correspondent Aletta André trok naar een bijzondere straat…

Spinnin’ Sessions 179 - Curbi Guestmix  

Spinnin’ Sessions 179 - Curbi Guestmix

1 Alok, Bruno Martini feat. Zeeba - Hear Me Now (Club Edit) [Spinnin' Deep]

2 Mickey - Harlem [POTION]

3 The Aston Shuffle - Make A Wrong Thing Right feat. Micah Powell (Dom Dolla Remix) [POTION]

4 Spotify: HI-LO & Chocolate Puma – Steam Train

5 King Arthur - Pretty Young Money [HEXAGON]

6 Talentpool: Franzisco - What's On Your Mind

7 Lucky Charmes - Break The Floor [Spinnin' Premium]

8 JETFIRE x Lost Stories x Carta - India [Maxximize]

9 Jay Hardway - Amsterdam (AMF 2016 Anthem) [Spinnin’ Records]

10 Zedd - Ignite [Spinnin’ Records]

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