Government – New 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.

  • A podcast at the end of the international system of Westphalia and the rise of the New World Order. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dustin-demoss0/support

  • Radio Cachimbona is an abolitionist podcast that audio-archives state repression and fierce migrant resistance in the Southern Arizona borderlands and breaks down case law and politics from a leftist perspective. As a first-generation professional whose parents are Salvadoran immigrants, Yvette prioritizes uplifting the voices and histories of Central Americans.

  • Vision: To reduce crime in Ohio.
    Mission: To reduce recidivism among those we touch.

  • A podcast all about the K1/Fiance Visa process in the United States of America, hosted by Dan Gooding, a Brit living in the US and going through the immigration process.

  • Getting Common with Professor Carliss Chatman provides a refreshing common sense approach to business, law, women's rights, racial justice, and entrepreneurship. Featuring experts in law, business and entrepreneurship, politics and government, and education, Getting Common educates while exposing you to a fresh and new perspective. Listen live every Wednesday at 8 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.

  • Hosted by CSIS expert Rachel Ellehuus, “NATO’s Road to Madrid” explores how the United States’ most important alliance is approaching a critical process it has not undertaken since 2010: updating its Strategic Concept.
    The last time NATO endorsed a formal strategy, Russia had not invaded Ukraine, China was not yet thought to be a challenge meriting NATO attention, and defense planners were only beginning to look at the military implications of climate change, hybrid warfare, and other challenges.
    This podcast series will examine all these subjects, as well as how challenges from inside the alliance complicate its ability to respond effectively. Along the way, the series will try to help make sense of the inner workings of NATO, which are often opaque from the outside. In each episode of “NATO’s Road to Madrid”, Rachel will speak to guests with expertise on each item on NATO’s agenda as it adapts to this new era.

  • The New Wave, is the official North West Young Fabian podcast, we explore current affairs, politics and the future of social democracy and the centre left here in the North West, the UK and the world.

  • Sean Spicer goes beyond the headlines with people you may have heard of, but you don't really know.

  • A new series of podcasts to provide more insight on our casework and to share best practice across the housing sector..

  • ‘If not us, who? If not now, when?’My name is Zoe Daniel, and I am your community-backed independent candidate for Goldstein in the forthcoming federal election in 2022.In nearly 30 years of reporting, I’ve covered natural disasters, conflict, economics and politics, and all manner of news around the world. I’ve seen first-hand the impact of climate change in the Arctic, and I’ve covered floods, typhoons, and bushfires across four continents, including Australia.

    I have waited, like many, for our governments to develop costed and structured strategies to safeguard our community and economy, to innovate, and to embrace the immense business and job opportunities that a renewable climate economy presents. In short, to lead.


    I’ve found my voice., and I am stepping up to the table.


    I invite you to join this movement and allow me to represent you in Federal Parliament. Your Voice is Your Vote, and we should no longer be taken for granted. The next parliament is critical to the future of our children, our environment, our economy, and our planet now and for generations to come.


    Let’s make our kids proud of us.




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  • Truth in Politics. Is it even possible to discuss truth in a safe way in a polarized United States? It is hard to imagine a safe conversation with your friends, co-workers, and family discussing the nation’s biggest issues. What it would be like to listen to and watch political discussions without the current reactivity, meltdown, or withdrawal? By listening in on the Purchasing Truth podcast with host Bill Stierle and moderator Tom, you will experience a discussion on why the restoration of the conversation about truth with perspective leads to a productive conversation in a partisan nation. This podcast will address the use of language by our leaders and in the news that has been dividing us, distracting us, splitting us, and keeping us from the unity we desire. An image of Norman Rockwell’s Thanksgiving in a distant American past reflects an American ideal captured in the little girl’s face as she experiences family members leaning in for connection that welcomes and accepts diverse opinions. At that time, people held vibrant conversations that reinforced unity without the discourse breaking the family apart. Today, America is very different. Freedom of speech and the technology age has brought a diversity of expression and access to instant information. Regrettably, it has also allowed for the expansion and amplification of marginal versions of truth and unverified opinions. With so many voices pulling for our attention, how can we accurately assess the reality or danger of all the things we hear? This results in issues being used to create enemy images of each other and keep us in a state of disconnection that generates fear and anger. Each side is looking for a mistake or angle to exploit and sow dissent. Political truth is lost as identity politics and limited beliefs about party objectives are marginalized. Having safe conversations about our versions of truth has been lost. Truth is not absolute. It changes and evolves when we search for and learn new things. The good news is we can have a better, safer discussion about what’s leaning towards false, partial-truth, or a full version of the truth and develop the ability to separate them from each other. In a world where the media is controlling the narrative, it’s more important than ever to dissect the messages that are shoved in our faces on a daily basis. Together, Bill and Tom sift through the information and data that is available, providing clarity and guidance, and return to a place where honesty and integrity mean something. Bill Stierle is a thought leader in the integration of emotional intelligence and brain research. With over 27 years of speaking, training and executive consulting expertise, Bill’s content and contributions are being felt daily inside the world’s top business schools, Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, and government institutions. His extensive knowledge in communication and human development provides fresh insight on motivation, conflict reduction, professional productivity, organizational performance, and individual effectiveness. His thought-provoking, dynamic trainings provide content-rich, practical information that leaves a lasting impact on his audiences. Join Bill and Tom as they lead you to explore and engage truth in a different way. Discover language strategies, concepts, and skills that will move you closer to the truth as they tackle politics, leadership, health care, business, and many other areas that affect us all. Don’t just accept whatever information comes your way. Learn how to approach and process it from different angles and protect yourself against the truth being hijacked. In a world of uncertainty, massive cable, network, social media, and leadership propaganda, Purchasing Truth is a place where messages and motivations become clear. Make sure your truth can’t be purchased. Join us.

  • The Marblehead on the Move Podcast seeks to educate residents on all that’s happening in town government. Hosted by Town Administrator Jason Silva.

  • Expert bankruptcy lawyer discusses common questions and issues people have about bankruptcy and how it would affect them. Attorney Richard Bolger has practiced bankruptcy law in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia for 33 years. He is very easy to understand and has a talent for simplifying a complex and somewhat mysterious area of the law... bankruptcy. Listen to him answer some of the common questions he has been asked over the past several decades. "Is bankruptcy right for me?" "What will happen to my job?" "Can I keep my house?"

  • Come for a peek behind the federal acquisition curtain as we gain insights from acquisition professionals at the US Department of Veterans Affairs and dissect varying relevant topics. In this five-episode series we will explore topics such as proposal evaluations, innovation, debriefs, and more!

    TAC Talks is premiering Tuesday, September 29th!

    The Department of Veterans Affairs does not endorse or officially sanction any entities that may be discussed in this podcast, nor any media, products or services they may provide.

  • Britain Debrief is a new series of short interviews on Britain in the world brought to you by Ben Judah, a Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, in Washington DC. Every week Ben interviews a leading politician, thinker or analyst to work out Britain's place post-Brexit from all sides of the political field.

  • On this podcast we bring some of the fun, anecdotes, gossip and a deeper understanding of government from our teaching and events at King's College London. Featuring our unique mix of practitioner and academic, this series will use contemporary history to take a deeper looking at our understanding of British Government and Politics.


    The Strand Group at King’s College is a group devoted to learning about the hidden wiring of British government. We teach, research and put on events devoted to understanding the way government works through looking at contemporary history.


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  • Join Lee Bellinger on the Bellinger Report, as he guides listeners into the "off grid" world. Lee is the publisher of Off Grid Confidential, one of the last information and financial news letters to be delivered 100% through the mail, completely independent of the internet and big tech industries. Lee has been publishing continuously since 1988 and each week introduces a new guest to share their stories of their unique professions, ranging from alternative health and survival to hard money finance. The Bellinger report is your guide to the "off grid" world.