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The world's most valuable emerging tech podcast. Learn from the experts in conversational AI, voice and chat. Automation is the future of business, get the knowledge you need, right now. From www.syntheticagency.co - the conversational AI agency. We drive customer experience through emerging technologies like voice, chat, AI, messaging, AR and IoT. Web, app, chat and invisible interfaces can digitally transform your products and services. Make your business fit for the next decade, create co ...
 
To save the world we need to change the story. Nature and the climate are in crisis. To survive we must use our most powerful tool - communication. Telling these stories can be difficult and dangerous. But done right they can change the world. Join environmental journalist Lucy Siegle (The Guardian, The One Show) and wildlife filmmaker Tom Mustill (Greta Thunberg/#NatureNow & BBC Natural History Unit) as they learn how to communicate better, from those who do it best. Legendary broadcaster S ...
 
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James and Sam talk about the possibility of using Clubhouse to conduct interviews with a live audience and record the room to use later for podcasting. Could "Clubcasting" be the future of podcasting? Sam talks with Wayne Cheong from PodFest Asia in Clubhouse, to workout how to record a room. (please note: recording a room without the participant's…
 
We are joined for round two of our specials with the controller of BBC World Service English Mary Hockaday as she answers listeners' complaints and embraces their enthusiasm. Topics this time include: budget cuts, how new shows are commissioned and why comedy is not always a laughing matter. Presenter: Rajan DatarProduced: Howard Shannon…
 
Farmers are being urged to have their say as walkers turn footpaths into quagmires due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions. We speak to a farmer forced to watch as his wheat crop was damaged by hundreds of walkers straying across his field. Natural England is asking farmers to help revise the Countryside Code as it tries to encourage people to act…
 
Are we losing our ability to write well and is it because we don’t follow the rules? Professor Steven Pinker says loosen up, rules are made to be broken. But he takes aim at writing which confuses rather than informs . Why is it so difficult to read the writing of lawyers, academics and bureaucrats? The techniques of classic style are a good start …
 
There used to be a strict dividing line between public and private lives in Australia. That was until the 1970s when the personal became political. Women’s liberation and the gay and lesbian movement moved the boundary line between private and public life. In the 1970s gender, sexuality, domestic violence and reproductive freedom became the subject…
 
Listeners react to the emotionally-charged podcast series Goodbye to All This - the story of how a husband’s death from cancer devastated his family. We speak to the series’ commissioning editor.Plus it is a laughing matter! Following a recent series of negative reviews, a fan comes to the defence of Comedians vs The News.Presenter Rajan DatarProdu…
 
Gene-edited crops and livestock could soon be permitted on farms in England under plans contained in a government consultation. The plan was unveiled by Defra secretary George Eustice at the Oxford Farming Conference – but Scottish rural cabinet secretary Fergus Ewing urges caution. Red tape is hampering trade in agri-food products between the UK a…
 
Journalist Stan Grant looks at the impact of the pandemic on international relations and democratic freedoms. The pandemic is increasing tension within and between nations . Will the repression of civil liberties and authoritarian governments be a lasting legacy and has the strategic rivalry between the USA and China reached a dangerous new phase ?…
 
This year's final #Podland is a predictions podcast. James Cridland will be talking with Steve Pratt, The VP of branded podcast company Pacific Content about what they think will happen in the podcast industry in 2021. All Episodes: https://www.podland.news #podcast #interview #predictions Buzzsprout Podcast hosting and a whole lot more…
 
We are joined by the controller of BBC World Service English Mary Hockaday as she responds to listeners' comments, views and questions - both complimentary and critical. Topics include: combatting fake news, how programme topics are chosen, selecting panels, why are there so many trails and guarding the BBC’s independence. Presenter: Rajan DatarPro…
 
James Cridland and Sam Sethi talk on this weeks show about the open independent podcast ecosystem versus the closed ecosystems. Will 2021 be a good year for podcasting or will we see the big players dominate such Amazon, Spotify and Apple by swallowing up all the independent podcast producers? We talk about whether Spotify is good or bad for the in…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced nation states to confront how we value health, wealth, and opportunity, apparently forcing governments to choose between the life of its citizens, and the life blood of the economy. Mark Carney, former Governor of the Bank of England, argues this is a false dichotomy, and that we should be moving beyond a narrow and…
 
Human trafficking and modern slavery are major problems for UK agriculture, with up to 13,000 workers exploited annually in the food and farming sector. A clampdown on worker welfare means farmers will soon have to show they are abiding by modern slavery rules under plans for the Red Tractor scheme. Is it sensible move? Or will it mean yet more red…
 
James Cridland and Sam Sethi talk about the report in the Guardian by the journalist Ariel Bogle. She's also an analyst at the Australian strategic policy Institute and she researches online disinformation. She was questioning whether podcasts are becoming. The new dangerous content space and should be regulated or fined like social networks. James…
 
International cooperation is critical as the world wrestles with the impact of COVID 19. It’s just as important when tackling climate change or security threats by terrorists or cyberattacks. A panel of European Ambassadors reflects on the state of global affairs and international cooperation. Can multilateralism survive emerging regional tensions?…
 
No-one wants a repeat of last summer’s devastating bushfires but the risks are increasing due to climate change. So we need to use all the tools at our disposal to manage the size and scale of the fires. An indigenous geographer says we should tap into 60,000 years of indigenous knowledge which uses fire to shape landscapes and other practices to p…
 
What exactly is The Climate Question, the new BBC World Service podcast and weekly programme, asking? We quiz its presenters how they handle the politics of this topic - and how rigorous the show is in presenting contrasting schools of thought? Plus, what has happened to The Why Factor? We find out. Presenter Rajan DatarProducer: Howard Shannon…
 
A flood-hit farmer has vowed to clear his name after being accused of illegally damaging a mile-long stretch of protected riverside in Herefordshire. John Price, of Day House Farm, Kingsland, says he had permission to carry out work on a flood-prone stretch of the river Lugg, near Leominster. But his actions now face scrutiny by three government ag…
 
James Cridland and Sam Sethi talk about the new Podcast 2.0 location tag which James has been working on. They also talk about PodLP providing podcast translations and Audible offering $10k for new podcast ideas. Then they are joined by Sam Liang, the CEO of Otter.ai who tells us about how Otter Live Notes & Captions can be used on Zoom calls. He a…
 
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