Government – Thailand – Recommended podcasts

  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • Welcome to “The Breakdown”, where we strive to do just what our name entails: breakdown ever-changing and evolving social and political controversies. Join hosts Dhanvi Shah and Andrea Montenegro Polanco monthly for new episodes!


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  • weaware(วี-อะแวร์) พอดแคสต์ที่เล่า political , history บนพื้นฐานของ correctness

  • A show dedicated to discovering more about Berea Kentucky and one family's adventure to learn everything they can about their new hometown.

  • รายการการเมืองเรื่องใกล้ตัว รายการพอดแคสต์ของ 2 ส.ส. พรรคก้าวไกล ส.ส.เท้ง ณัฐพงษ์ เรืองปัญญาวุฒิ และ ส.ส.เติ้ล วรภพ วิริยะโรจน์ ที่จะมาพูดคุยเรื่องการเมือง ให้กลายเป็นเรื่องใกล้ตัวสำหรับทุกคน

  • เพื่อไทย Podcast - บทสนทนาของคนรุ่นใหม่ คนไฟแรง คนทันสมัย เชื่อมโยงอดีต ปัจจุบัน และอนาคตที่เป็นความหวังของคนไทยทุกคน

  • AshCast brings you the latest discussions on democracy, government innovation, and Asia public policy from the halls of the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, a research center and think tank at Harvard Kennedy School

  • GX Podcast is a one-of-its-kind podcast on government experience thought leadership. In our inaugural series, the technology futurist Ian Khan talks to government services leaders, govtech innovators, and decision-makers at startups, emerging tech companies, thinktanks, and universities, and engages them in conversations around the need for governments to change their approach in the current times, and how governments can engage better with citizens and deliver superior service experiences. This podcast is powered by GX. Continue your journey at https://gx.ae/

  • The Khulla Manch podcast is a platform to talk about politics in the language that youth understands. Our host Abdus Miya invites various guests and talks about Nepali politics. We understand that nobody talked to you about politics in the way you can relate to. That is why you didn't pay attention to it. We hope we can bring some changes in the political literacy.

  • Join the public affairs office as we explore the latest news
    and information around the Washington National Guard. Raven Conversations
    will focus on the latest training events, news and community engagements our
    Guard members participate in. Each episode will feature an in-depth
    conversation with a special guest covering a wide variety of topics.

  • A 30 min program that features in-depth conversations with senior
    leaders from around the Army Reserve.

  • Picking Your Brain is a four-part series from the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center that focuses on the care and recovery of service members and veterans who have sustained a traumatic brain injury. Episodes were released weekly during March as part of Brain Injury Awareness Month and focused on military and civilian medical providers, active-duty service members, and veterans who have sustained a TBI, as well as the loved ones who support their recovery process.

  • Welcome to Scaling Justice, a podcast that examines the many dimensions of our justice system. Each episode, we’ll highlight work that’s happening in, with, and around justice agencies and we’ll talk about the impact this work has on all of us as practitioners, technologists, and members of our communities.

    Join Scaling Justice host Sue Humphreys, who’s worked for over three decades at the intersection of justice and technology, as she and her guests examine the many dimensions of our justice system in an exciting inaugural season.

  • The Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) was established as a public policy research institute in 1984. Its legal form is that of a private non-profit foundation. It provides technical analysis (mostly but not entirely in economic areas) to various public agencies to help formulate policies to support long-term economic and social development in Thailand.

  • Direktorat Perundingan ASEAN, Kementerian Perdagangan, proudly presents:
    Seputar kehidupan di DPA Kemendag, pembahasan isu substansi, sosialisasi hasil perundingan, dan small talks di bidang perdagangan, ekonomi, dan isu terkini lainnya.

  • The CAP·impact podcast is production of the Capital Center for Law & Policy at McGeorge School of Law. Host Jon Wainwright talks with law professors around the United States about developments flying under the radar in law and policy at the state and local levels.

  • “รู้จักชีวิตด้วยการเมือง”

  • In this podcast, Jamil Ellis talks with his father, retired Federal Magistrate Judge Ronald Ellis, about the historical role of law in shaping the societal structures which act as barriers to attaining the American dream. They discuss why "legal" is not a synonym for "moral" and why law, a prime actor in creating the problems, can and should be a part of the solution. Join them as they talk about wealth, voting, education, criminal justice and other topics which divide the nation.

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