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  • In case you haven't heard, the news never stops. It's happening RIGHT NOW. So if you like yourself some news and love yourself Some More News, you'll likely have positive feelings about Even More News, the podcast companion to the "hit" YouTube series Some More News, brought to you by your co-hosts Cody Johnston and Katy Stoll.

  • How can you change the world? Join Krishnan Guru-Murthy and his guest of the week as they explore the big ideas influencing how we think, act and live.

  • We live in an era of political polarisation, online outrage and a never-ending news cycle. Against this backdrop, host Abie Philbin Bowman conducts a series of deeply personal interviews with politicians about the emotional impact of their job.

  • In the war on terror, who is it that we’re really fighting? “Caliphate” follows Rukmini Callimachi, who covers terrorism for The New York Times, on her quest to understand ISIS. For more information about the series, visit This series includes disturbing language and scenes of graphic violence.

    Producer: Andy Mills; Reporters: Rukmini Callimachi and Andy Mills; Managing Producer: Larissa Anderson; Editors: Wendy Dorr and Larissa Anderson; Associate Producer: Asthaa Chaturvedi; Technical Director: Brad Fisher; Executive Producer, NYT Audio: Lisa Tobin; Editorial Director, NYT Audio: Samantha Henig; Assistant Managing Editor, NYT: Sam Dolnick; Music: William Brittelle, Andy Mills, Nate Henricks, Cliff Martinez, Brad Fisher, Taku Sugimoto and David Wingo

  • A series of podcast documentaries from Sky News, telling compelling and unheard real life stories from around the UK.

  • The God Show is an opportunity for God and Jesus to hang out together and talk to humans and lesser deities from across the multiverse.

  • Straight from the booth to the podcast universe Bob Menery and Peter present “Ripper Magoos!” A raw, unfiltered, R-rated dive into the weeks most prevalent sports and entertainment topics. This isn’t the same old run of the mill, hot take, blasé sports show you’re used to. This is the Menery Sports Network, no topic is off limits! With guests ranging from actors and athletes to gambling experts and the occasional crackhead, you most certainly do not want to miss out on Bob and Peter’s weekly broadcast.  

  • Is clár úr nua é 'Fada is Fairsing' a tosaíodh ar Raidió na Life le déanaí in aimsir Tóstáil 2013, Bliain na Gaeilge 2013 agus ag am ina bhfuil pobal na Gaeilge ag éirí níos mó agus níos mó achan lá ar fud fad an domhain. Díríonn an clár ar scéalta éagsúla ó thíortha ar fud an domhain ó chúrsaí reatha, go scéalta na Gaeilge, go scéalta grinn, le roinnt ceoil dhomhanda freisin. Is í Lisa nic an Bhreithimh láithreoir an chláir agus tá sí díreach tar éis filleadh go hÉirinn ó na Stáit Aontaithe Meiriceá, áit inar chaith sí bliain ag múineadh na Gaeilge. B'ansin a fuair sí inspioráid chun an clár seo a thosú leis an léar mór Gaeilgeoirí ar bhuail sí leo ansin ó Mheiriceá is i bhfad.

  • On August 15, 2002 in the quiet town of Oak Level, Virginia someone shot and killed Michael and Mary Short in what investigators called an execution style murder. Their daughter 9-year-old Jennifer Short was snatched from her bed, setting off a massive search. Heartbreak 6 weeks later as deputies found her remains 45 minutes away near a North Carolina creek. 17 years later, no suspects, no motive, and no clues as to who killed Jennifer Short.

  • Tom Stefaniuk, a Winnipeg-based YouTuber, interviews... who knows next!

    The Tom Stefaniuk podcast covers all topics, including politics, opinion pieces, meme culture and current events.

    If you want a particular guest on the show, be sure to use the hashtag #TSPodcast across all social media.

    Each week there is a "What would you do if ____" section! If you want your question to be answered, use the hashtag #TSPodcast and tweet at Tom or Josh!

  • Podcast about the United States Supreme Court

  • From 15 to 17 September 2014, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held a major international conference on Public Law. It was intended to be the first of what will become a biennial series of conferences.

    The theme for the inaugural Public Law Conference was "Process and Substance in Public Law". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world.

    For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to

  • The Mackenzie-Stuart Lecture is an annual public lecture in honour of Lord Mackenzie-Stuart, the first British Judge to be President of the Court of Justice. The lecture is hosted at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law, by the Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS). Among the eminent scholars of European legal studies invited to give the lecture are Professor Joseph Weiler, former Judge David Edwards of the European Court of Justice, and Advocate-General Francis Jacobs of the European Court of Justice.

    The texts of the Mackenzie-Stuart Lectures are published in the Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies.

    For more information about the Mackenzie-Stuart Lectures, and CELS, please see the CELS website at

  • Renowned South African judge and freedom fighter Albie Sachs launched his book 'The Strange Alchemy of Life and Law' with a public lecture in the UCL Bloomsbury Theatre on 26 October 2009.

    Justice Sachs as twice a refugee from South Africa to the UK. The first occasion, in 1966, followed his detention without charge or trial under the 90-day rule of the apartheid era. After his release, he was immediately rearrested and confined for a further 90 days in solitary confinement.

    The second time was after the South African secret service placed a bomb in his car in Mozambique in 1988, leading to the loss of an arm and the sight of one eye.

    In the 1990s he was appointed Judge of the South African Constitutional Court by the then President Mandela.

    In this podcast, Albie Sachs discusses why he wrote his latest book, the democratic purpose of laughter, and the role universities can play in protecting human rights.

  • Professor Philippe Sands (UCL Laws) reveals that top echelons in the Bush administration put pressure on officials at Guantánamo Bay detention camp to devise new torture techniques that flout the Geneva conventions protecting prisoners’ human rights, in his book ‘Torture Team: Cruelty, Deception and the Compromise of Law’.

    ‘Torture Team: Deception, Cruelty and the Compromise of Law’ was launched officially at UCL on 2 June with a public lecture and book signing by Professor Sands organised with the UCL Student Human Rights programme.

  • The BBC diplomatic correspondent Bridget Kendall gave the Selwyn College Ramsay Murray lecture on Friday May 1st about Vladimir Putin, Russia and the West. Ms Kendall is a former Moscow correspondent, and she has interviewed Putin and many other world leaders for the BBC. There was a capacity audience for the event, and much praise afterwards for the range and ambition of the lecture. It looks at the history of Russia since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the conflicts in Georgia and Ukraine – and seeks to assess the future of Moscow’s relations with the west

  • The Speeches of President John F. Kennedy is a podcast series of the most memorable and historical speeches delivered by John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States. Each episode features a brief introduction by former Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Curator Frank Rigg, who gives the historical context of each speech.

  • What is happening to our economy and our politics? Are we stuck forever in this corporate dystopia? What can we learn from the failures of radical politics over the last 100 years? Tom O'Brien talks in depth to experts from the fields of Political Economy, Politics, Science, Philosophy, Complexity, Mathematics, Music, and the Environment.

  • We're working with veteran crime reporters around the country to mine newsroom archives and case files to explore unsolved mysteries, infamous criminals, underreported cases and more. We're digging into stories you might not have heard about and bringing you a new case every week.

  • Sometimes, news stories echo in our minds for years after they’ve occurred. With each season of Shattered, we select one of those complex, true stories and take an in-depth look.

    Season 2 tells the story of Rick Wershe Jr., also known as White Boy Rick. At 14, Rick became the youngest FBI informant ever and helped bring down some of Detroit’s biggest drug dealers. Then the FBI abandoned him, and he became the dealer. Less than 2 years later, he was busted in connection with eight kilos of cocaine. Wershe has been in prison ever since. Hosted by WDIV investigative reporter Kevin Dietz, Shattered: White Boy Rick chronicles Wershe's improbable life story.

    In Season 1, host Jeremy Allen investigates the disappearance of Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton. The boys’ father, John Skelton, is the main suspect. Almost a decade later, the mystery of what happened to the boys remains open, with their small Michigan hometown wondering - could a father have committed an unimaginable crime?