Gobierno – Irlanda – Podscasts recomendados

  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins...and a man who once had to eat his friends. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • Deborah Frances-White quizzes former speaker John Bercow about how British democracy really works.

    The instruments of power in the UK are often arcane, confusing and bizarre โ€“ but understanding how they operate is key to wielding them effectively โ€“ and as citizens, we need to be aware of what those in power can and canโ€™t do. With a governing party which is using those instruments more ruthlessly than any government in recent memory, itโ€™s more important than ever to appreciate how we got here and what we can do about it.

    Former Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow is an ideal guide through this dense thicket of tradition, legislation, convention and constitution. But rather than giving a lecture, we will present this guide in the form of a conversation between him and Deborah Frances-White.

    Familiar from her hit podcast The Guilty Feminist as well as her award-winning BBC Radio 4 show Rolls the Dice and countless other TV and radio appearances, Deborah has a keen interest in human rights and how governments use and abuse their power. But, raised in Australia, and not having spent a career in parliament she โ€“ like most people โ€“ doesnโ€™t know in detail how a lot of these aspects of government actually work. By asking the questions likely to be in the mind of the audience, she can engage the listeners as they go with her and John on their journey through the corridors of power.


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  • Brett Johnson and Karisse Hendrick are both anti-cybercrime experts. But, with very different experiences. Karisse has worked with hundreds of the World's largest e-commerce and mobile companies to help them prevent payment fraud and other threats to their bottom line and customers. Brett, started his journey as an online fraudster, creating the first darknet forum for buying & selling credit cards and was responsible for creating the criminal enterprise that commits identity theft, credit card fraud and many other online scams. But, after landing on the Secret Service's Most Wanted List and serving his time, he's been reformed and now dedicated his career to helping consumers and online companies prevent fraud from people he used to be.

  • A brand new political podcast from Ireland's two best-known independent left wing MEPs, straight from the belly of the EU beast. Unfiltered by mainstream media they grapple with the problems at the very heart of the European project.

  • Gerard Deane and Paul Gosling host a series of interviews with the objective of promoting a wider, more inclusive and engaged conversation about how we make progress and further solidify peace and create a genuinely shared and integrated society in Northern Ireland. Holywell Trust is curating a discussion that is mutually respectful, forward focused and positive. The podcast considers the real challenges that Northern Ireland's society faces in the coming years and begins to arrive at practical and honest approaches to address these.

  • A fortnightly podcast from the Spectator on the latest in Chinese politics, society, and more. From Huawei to Hong Kong, Cindy Yu talks to experts, journalists, and long time China-watchers on what you need to know about China.

  • A interview based show, Host Richard Willett interviews some of the best researchers and alternative media journalists who are uncovering crucial information into how the world really works, within the shadows and behind the curtain. This world is nothing like we are led to believe it is and for decades many authors, researchers, filmmakers, songwriters and journalists have been trying to reveal the hidden hand that is rapidly tightening its grip on us all.

  • Election 2020 is here and the countdown to our future has begun! But before we put any misplaced trust in the people trying to lead us, Politicon is recruiting our fellow Americans to see if they have what it takes!

    Join our moderator Clay Aiken and the live audience on set and on the web as they grill an all partisan panel of the sharpest, funniest, and most innovative minds in politics, media, and comedy to see if they’re the ones we should have running things-- and what they think about the people who are.
     
    There will be some brilliance, some BS, some name calling and even some bonding, as Politicon’s “How The Heck Are We Going To Get Along?” brings in all sides to find out if our country still has a fighting chance at making it to 2021...and if we’re lucky, even finding some common ground in the process.

  • New Thinking is a podcast about justice—and injustice—in America. It’s about the people working to fix a justice system that falls so short of our ideals, and the people organizing to build something new in its place. It’s hosted by Matt Watkins and produced by the Center for Court Innovation.

  • Brett and Nazim are two attorneys who hate being attorneys. Each week, they discuss current Supreme Court cases with the intent to make the law more accessible to the average person, while ruminating on what makes the law both frustrating and interesting. This podcast is not legal advice and is for entertainment purposes only. If anything you hear leads you to believe you need legal advice, please contact an attorney immediately

  • ‘Across the Spectrum' is a podcast series hosted by Forum Global to run alongside The Global Spectrum Series - the world’s largest collection of regional spectrum policy conferences. In each episode, speakers from our events will unpick discussions that have taken place during the various panels and sessions, expanding on some of the most prominent issues that have been raised. Join us as our panel of experts explore the major spectrum management and licencing issues for different regions, and what these mean for key spectrum stakeholders everywhere!

  • Television producer Matt Olien doubles as Prairie Public's resident movie critic, and uses his background in film studies and extensive knowledge of movie history to review a current film. Stay tuned until the end, where he's quizzed with obscure Oscar trivia.

  • Should the U.S. implement a national policy… or should regulations be left solely to 50 states? How will each impact our success on the national and international business/trading spectrum? Will our treatment of data be in accordance with EU and other trading partners laws? With leaders in this space who are close to the issues, we explore how this may unfold.

  • This podcast is hosted by Martin Condon. Martin has a BSc honors in Herbal Science, is a campaigner for cannabis legalisation, drug user decriminalisation, and spent convictions for those convicted of personal drug possession. Martin recently ran in the General Election in Ireland in his constituency Cork North Central.
    The podcast aims to assist with the legalisation of cannabis in Ireland by uniting the cannabis community. We also aim to educate people about the efforts being made around the world to reduce the harms caused by drugs and also drug prohibition.

  • The Community Development Institute (better known as CDI) has been the go-to resource for community and economic development training in the Mid-South since 1987. At CDI, community leaders learn the skills and strategies they need to make an immediate, positive impact on their community. On the CDI podcast, we are expanding our reach by connecting with community leaders and citizens to explore a broad range of community and economic development topics and engage in real conversations with leaders across the state of Arkansas and beyond.

  • The Pig Edge is Teagasc's podcast for pig farmers.

    Presented by Amy Quinn, each episode covers the news, advice and information to keep pig farmers up to date.

    Visit the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/pigs/the-pig-edge-podcast/

  • This series of podcasts from the Health & Safety Authority look at a wide range of subjects that affect Irish workers, employers and consumers. HSA inspectors are experts within their fields, and through these podcasts offer their insights and advice to promote a culture of safe work and use of chemicals in Ireland

  • Am talking about economic integration which is an agreement between countries, which aims to reduce costs for both producers and consumers. Its end goal is to remove barriers to the free flow of goods and services so that member countries can share a common market and harmonize their fiscal policies.

  • The Europe Direct Centre at Blanchardstown Library is your starting point for finding information about the EU. The centre provides access to material covering a wide variety of topics, including:

    • General information about how the EU works.
    • Information about the various EU institutions and agencies.
    • The latest news about EU affairs and events.
    • Information about citizen rights in the EU.

    The Europe Direct Centre at Blanchardstown Library is part of a network of similar centres across the European Union. Contact us at europedirect@fingal.ie

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