News – Reino Unido – Novos podcasts

  • How did we get here? Join Andy Bell as he explains the world’s biggest news stories through interviews with politicians, experts and analysts.

  • A journey into the deep context of the new climate movements that have surfaced since the summer of 2018: the school strikes movement that started outside the Swedish parliament, Extinction Rebellion closing down bridges and junctions across London, the conversations started by Jem Bendell's Deep Adaptation paper and David Wallace Wells' The Uninhabitable Earth. This essay series by Dougald Hine (co-founder of the Dark Mountain Project) is not a celebration or a critique of these movements, but an invitation to a quieter reflection on where all this is coming from, what it might tell us about the moment in which we find ourselves.

  • Yondr is a wholly outsourced end-to-end solutions company, that helps clients meet their data center capacity and technical real estate needs faster than ever before. Taking away client constraints, Yondr self-funds, designs, delivers and operates hyperscale data center facilities across Europe.

  • Reynhard Sinaga, drugged, raped and sexually assaulted dozens of young men at his tiny flat in Manchester city centre. And he filmed each of his sick crimes on his mobile phone.

    So how did this slight, unremarkable looking, international student carry out his crimes?

    And how did he get away with it for so long?

  • Founded in 2017 in response to the soundbite nature of the news today.
    Join Jack and Ada as they attempt to replace the mainstream media. Expect tangents...

    Youtube.com/TotallyUnpreparedPolitics

  • A show for the truth seeker. Listen as we try to bridge the gap between the paranormal and the real. Host Joe Rupe is on the path of finding fact from fiction, with awesome guests and the phone lines are open no screening. one part Spirit one part Science. Subjects include ufology, conspiracy, paranormal, cryptids, conspiracy, astral travel, obe, nde, ancient knowledge, esoteric, occult and aliens of course.

  • Cracking coconuts is a monthly podcast that explores political and social issues in South Asia. By providing a platform for voices that are often oppressed or censored, we aim to provide you an alternative perspective to the status quo. This podcast is brought to you by 47 Roots.

  • David, Huw and Lucy discuss the latest news in equine veterinary medicine.

  • What happens when two former political advisors – one Labour, one Tory – meet... and become surprisingly good mates? Introducing The After Party: a comedy podcast about ideas, politics and an unlikely friendship. With comedians Chloe Green and Sarah Southern.

  • The untold story of Britain's role in the Trump-Russia scandal, revealed by those who saw it firsthand. Spies, lies and an election like no other. Launching February 2020.

  • Iain Dale in the Evening is broadcast on LBC Monday-Thursday 7-10pm. It includes each day the LBC Newshour in the first hour and a phone-in on one of the big stories of the day in the last hour. In the middle hour on Mondays it’s the Monday night panel, on Wednesdays it’s ‘Cross Question’, LBCs weekly political panel debate show. And on Tuesdays and Thursdays an hour long interview with a big personality from the world of politics, current affairs, business or the arts. Hear all of Iain’s show with the news, travel and breaks taken out.

  • Looking to get more from law? Then this podcast is for you! Learn about the latest developments in the legal industry with a variety of interviews, deep-dive analysis, commentary and discussion designed to broaden your legal horizon. Whether you're a seasoned legal professional or aspirational law student, each episode will grant you a new insight into how you can jumpstart your understanding beyond the letter of the law.

  • As some of you know, I sold two companies – the last for a billion dollars… that’s right, billion with a “B”, people! And after that exit, you might imagine, I wanted to do it again -- this time I’m doing it by helping other women get the same outcome. I wanted to create an army of Pink Ladies, so I started The Pink Ceiling. We do much more than invest money. We roll up our sleeves and we help companies by or for women launch products that will change lives.

    Our Pinkubator companies have gotten over $15 million dollars of our money in the last two years. My work has taken me all across the country and I wanted to share with you unfiltered access to some of the most colorful people I’ve met along the way. If you know me, I wear neon pink – always. The color pink to me is about owning it. The PinkCast features a cast of characters who also own it. You probably know a lot of them but what you don’t know are their secrets… and these superstars are going to share their inspiration and insights about breaking through in business and in life. I’m so excited for you to hear from the amazing model and body activist Ashley Graham, Shark Tank star Robert Herjavec, financial feminist Sallie Krawcheck and so many more. To listen in to these colorful conversations, please subscribe!

  • A weekly podcast in which veteran construction industry journalists Bishop and Taylor have a natter about some of the weekโ€™s events in the UK construction industry, seeking meaning even where none may exist.To keep up to date with the latest construction news every day, visit www.theconstructionindex.co.uk.You can find the latest issue of The Construction Index magazine in WHSmith & independent newsagents UK wide - use our online store locator to find your nearest stockist today.

  • The General Election on December 12th was a vote for change. It was an election that sent a powerful message to the Westminster bubble that democracy cannot be ignored. From Worksop to Workington, Basildon to Blyth, people across the country rallied behind the Conservative message. Beyond the Bubble is a different type of politics podcast. We're getting outside the Westminster bubble, and talking about the issues that really matter.

  • On Stage Directions each month I discuss current issues in theatre and performance with colleagues and critics, friends and fellow theatre workers. There are interviews with theatre makers, critics and academics and discussions of the latest shows and the latest theatre research. Stage Directions is brought to you with the support of the Department of Drama, Theatre & Dance at Royal Holloway, University of London.

  • Brexiteers Michael Heaver and Martin Daubney deliver a regular dose of politically incorrect podcasting.

  • The Youth Ki Awaaz on key issues affecting young voters; stories, opinions and perspectives from young citizens that the Prime Minister should be listening to.

  • Mark Pack and guests talk about the Liberal Democrats, British politics and a few stray digressions. Only a few.