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Each week we trawl the continent of Europe for the most interesting stories to cover and the most fascinating people to interview. This semi-serious, semi-silly, Brexit-free show, from a reporter in Paris and an opera singer in Amsterdam, will make you seem clever to friends and make you feel like you've got two NEW friends in Katy and Dominic. You probably didn't realise you needed a European podcast in your life, but this will fill the gap that you didn't even know was there.
 
TRUNEWS is a daily news and inspiration Godcast, founded by Rick Wiles. Rick Wiles is the father of “citizen reporting.” He pioneered alternative media long before the arrival of blogs and podcasts. TRUNEWS has an extremely loyal audience around the world. The program is 100% listener-supported. Guests include members of the US Congress, members of the European Parliament, members of the British Parliament, scientists, astronauts, climatologists, billionaires, investors, top-selling authors, ...
 
Crypto Granny talks Cryptocurrency Markets 25th Jan 2023 - A must listen Today I talk about the following: 1. https://bitcoinist.com/eu-law-banks-hold-2-in-crypto-bitcoin/ The European Union continues to push hard for clear regulations for the Bitcoin and crypto industry. After the final vote on the European Union’s draft legislation to regulate cryptocurrencies, the Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation (MiCA), was postponed until April 2023 due to technical difficulties, the European Parliam ...
 
The Europe Elects podcast is brought to you by the continent-leading polling aggregation, data analysis, and election coverage organisation Europe Elects. In our weekly episodes we bring you updates from across Europe, unpacking the latest news, polls and trends. In the Headlines we bring you the top stories from the continent, in The Breakdown we dive deep into a key issue with politicians, journalists and academic experts, and in History Corner we go back in time to analyse the impacts of ...
 
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The Central European Affairs Talk podcast is delivered to you by Central European Affairs (CEA) digital magazine, publishing high-quality conversations that bring critical and innovative thinking to the fore and stimulate debate.Our podcast focuses on topics related to democracy, rule of law, human and digital rights, as well as culture and European integration in Central and Eastern Europe. CEA Talk is dedicated to informing and educating decision-makers, politicians, businessmen, scholars, ...
 
Sponsored by PIOR Living, the Living Medicine podcast with Selina Van Orden is focused on creating meaningful conversations which expand our awareness about wellness. We apply the wisdom of ayurveda as a ’living medicine’ - its relevance for all people, all time - and nature’s intelligence, to understand and uncover healing in the modern era. Selina Van Orden is an Ayurvedic Physician, member of the Ayurvedic Practitioners Association (APA), and advisor to PIOR Living. She is committed to op ...
 
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Interel helps over 250 businesses and associations to understand and navigate the political and policy environment. Listen to our latest podcasts, including the EPod, which highlights key events in the European Parliament in the upcoming week. We also feature podcasts on the latest news in Public Affairs. www.interelgroup.com
 
Welcome to Fintech Beat, the intersection of finance, technology, policy and regulation. Each episode features the latest trends, movers and shakers, ideas and policies in financial technology. Host Chris Brummer, a Georgetown law professor and world-renowned fintech expert, partners with the CQ Roll Call newsroom — Washington's leader for nonpartisan legislative and regulatory analysis — to bring insights that make this a must listen for anyone interested in finance.
 
Trade Policy Comments with discussions on the latest in European and international trade. The EU’s free-trade agreements, how the EU will trade with Britain after Brexit, trade defence and what is happening at the WTO are some of the topics we put on the table. Trade Policy Comments is hosted by Christofer Fjellner, Member of the European Parliament, with twelve years in the Committee for International Trade. Each episode features a knowledgeable guest.
 
Cultural Baggage brings you the unvarnished truth about the first eternal war: the War on Drugs. Guests who have graced the show range from Nobel Laureates and Members of the European Parliament to the Guru of Ganja. Listeners are invited to join the discussion. Cultural Baggage opens with national and international drug war news. It segues with live musicians or recorded songs and parodies. The guests are allotted most of the time to bring focus to the need for drug policy reform. CB closes ...
 
Looking for privacy insights? Trends? This podcast will help you with insights into the world of privacy by understanding how influencers are thinking about privacy in business, innovation, and new technologies. You will learn by listening to fellow industry experts and influencers. Ranked in Top #5 or Top #10 of most rankings. Follow our podcast on www.fit4privacy.com/podcast and blog at www.fit4privacy.com/blog Visit us at www.fit4privacy.com for courses and practice exams to prepare for C ...
 
A podcast dedicated to digital marketing and social media insights for government and public sector pros. Interviews with marketing and communications leaders working in government and public life as well as social media news and top tools and apps wrapped up in the hosts own musings about digital transformation in government communications. The Public Sector Marketing Show is hosted by Joanne Sweeney, founder of the Public Sector Marketing Institute and author of Public Sector Marketing Pro ...
 
Cities are becoming increasingly unliveable for most people. Costs are rising but incomes are not. Sky-high rents, evictions, homelessness, and substandard housing are common realities for urban dwellers across the planet. There is a global housing crisis. How did this basic human right get so lost? Who is pushing people out of their homes and cities, and what’s being done to pushback? On the heels of the release of the award-winning documentary, PUSH, filmmaker, Fredrik Gertten and Leilani ...
 
Jonny Bentley and Adam Bragan are two British twentysomethings with an interest in all things politics. Pints & Politics aims to deliver an analysis of Britain's politics in a fun and digestible manner, as if you were having the discussion in a British pub! Breaking down current affairs, debating ethical issues and looking at America from afar. Debating. Educating. Entertaining (hopefully!).
 
How do the Nordic nations consistently top international league tables? Between Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland they are the world's best democracy, the best place to be a woman, the best educated people and the happiest. They regularly top UNICEF's child wellbeing index, lead on the Green Transition and have an enduring emphasis on equality that's the envy of the world. Nordic Horizons is a Scottish-based group that's been interested in learning more from our nearest European n ...
 
David Kim dives into the interesting stories behind entrepreneurs of rising startups and SMEs around the world. CEO roundtable bridging Asia weaves a narrative journey about innovators, entrepreneurs, and idealists. CEO roundtable was created for you, the Entrepreneur, business owner of SMEs, and solopreneur. Our journey will start in Africa and travel to Latin America, Asia, America, and Europe.
 
UCC School of Law's podcast showcasing the research of our students and staff. In keeping with the School's ambition to engage with wider society, the podcast details the work of organisations involved in advocacy, human rights, criminal justice, the environment, IT and business law.
 
We delve into the nitty gritty of Brexit and try to make some sort of sense of it, bringing you episodes as and when you need them. We’ll be hearing from Britons and Europeans, leavers and remainers, politicians and ordinary people, economists, businessmen, lawyers, researchers, campaigners and many more about what Brexit means for them, for the UK and for the EU, how it might work – and how it might not. It's a podcast that can’t get enough of experts ... and we want to hear from you too
 
This series provides a guide to the economic and policy developments within the European Union (EU) and is a must-listen for any student, policy maker, legislator, economist, or corporate strategist seeking a greater understanding of the opportunities, risks, and emerging policy initiatives that will affect the 330 million consumers living there and the companies doing or seeking to do business there. These podcasts are delivered by Josina Kamerling, head of regulatory outreach for CFA Insti ...
 
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The European Union has been shaken up by a corruption scandal. Senior MEPs are alleged to have taken cash from foreign countries, and in return, they’re accused of peddling influence on behalf of their donors. As a result, four people are under arrest, others are under investigation, and the impact could be far-reaching. Guests: Peter WildingFormer…
 
This Data Privacy Day, we have a message from Axel Voss. For business owners on Data Privacy Day. Go ahead with your idea. Concentrate on it, and make it as secure as possible from the starting point. It's privacy by design, avoiding a delay in your processes by waiting for the consent of the data protection authority. Concentrate on your product a…
 
A 14-point plan to improve transparency and close loopholes has been put forward by the head of the European Parliament in the wake of Qatargate, the bribery scandal that continues to rock the institution. Meanwhile, the Parliament's group of Socialists and Democrats, who have been particularly impacted by the scandal, have proposed their own 15-po…
 
The volume of online child sexual abuse materials (CSAM) and frequency of grooming activities, increasingly targeting younger children, is rising sharply. Reporting of suspected online child sexual abuse increased by 35 % in 2021 compared with 2020, representing a historical peak. The proposed regulation laying down rules to prevent and combat chil…
 
As AI spreads into workplaces, workers and employers are increasingly confronted with applications and software that affect labour relations. While AI systems could be introduced with the explicit aim of improving working conditions, this cannot be expected in general and evidence suggests that it may be the exception. In this podcast, we'll talk a…
 
The one-year scheme to suspend import duty on all agricultural products from Ukraine is coming to an end. Now, the Commission is reconsidering the arrangement. EURACTIV Germany’s Julia Dahm spoke to EU agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski about this and Gerardo Fortuna talks about his chat with agriculture Director General Wolfgang Burtsch…
 
First, Dana speaks with Tyre Nichols' family attorney Ben Crump, who says the horrific video of Nichols’ fatal beating by police is “a watershed moment for America”. Next, Dana discusses former President Trump’s return to the campaign trial with New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu. Sununu weighs in on if he thinks Trump can win his key primary stat…
 
The World Health Organization has issued guidance to nations on how to survive a nuclear war. The updated guidelines were posted online by the WHO hours after a senior European Union official warned that Russia and the West in a state of war. Today’s action by the World Health Organization follows the global health organization’s announcement last …
 
Emily O'Reilly, who heads the EU Ombudsman, says she has been stonewalled by the European Commission when asking for information in relation to the "Pfizergate" affair. At the core of this controversy is an exchange of text messages between the EU Commission chief and the CEO of Pfizer in the run-up to a major contract signed between the EU and the…
 
Faced with an ageing population and holes in public finances, many European countries are grappling with reform of their pension systems. In this programme, we compare and contrast the situations in two EU member states, Denmark and Romania, and debate what constitutes a fair system of pension contributions. Ultimately, the discussion revolves arou…
 
Two weeks ago, Moscow news agencies reported that the Russian defense ministry announced that defense contractors had delivered the first batch of Poseidon missiles to be carried onboard special-purpose nuclear-powered Belgorod submarines. Russian military experts claim the Poseidon missiles can produce radioactive tsunami waves over 1600 feet high…
 
In the past few days, generative Artificial Intelligence systems like ChatGPT and Stability AI have caught great attention. In the first part of the podcast, we discuss to what extent these language models are actually new, and the potential societal transformations they can drive with Joanna Bryson, Professor of Ethics and Technology at The Hertie…
 
Crypto Granny talks Cryptocurrency Markets 25th Jan 2023 - A must listenToday I talk about the following:1. https://bitcoinist.com/eu-law-banks-hold-2-in-crypto-bitcoin/The European Union continues to push hard for clear regulations for the Bitcoin and crypto industry. After the final vote on the European Union’s draft legislation to regulate crypt…
 
Europe, millions of people are heading into the streets to voice their discontent as workers demand higher pay and better working conditions. Inflation is rising, and living standards are falling across the continent. What impact will the strikes have on European economies?Guests:John HowarthDirector at Politics Without Borders Think TankAnne-Elisa…
 
Despite a high per capita GDP, the UK has the worst economy in western Europe. With tons of austerity measures being implemented, finance as one of its major industries, prime ministers in and out non-stop, and accusations of racism in housing coming to the fore yet again, the behemoth nation is staring down a difficult road in realizing the right …
 
This week on the Beyond the Byline podcast we are discussing the tension between Turkey and Sweden, specifically how Turkey is blocking Sweden's accession to NATO. We’re also looking at the reasons behind Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's objections to Sweden's bid for membership in the alliance, the electoral tricks and when Sweden might be…
 
When legendary Copenhagen restaurant Noma announced that it's planning to close its doors, its star chef René Redzepi said that producing his kind of elite cuisine had become 'unsustainable'. The restaurant, and others like it, have faced vocal criticism over working practices ranging from exploitative unpaid internships to gruelling 16-hour days. …
 
The twin decisions by Germany and the USA to send combat tanks to Ukraine have enraged Russians. Talk of nuclear war with the West has escalated over the past 24 hours. The White House formally announced on Wednesday that it is sending 31 M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine, part of a coordinated move in which Germany and other European nations will also se…
 
Data that flows between Europe and the United States underpins the countries’ $7.1 trillion economic relationship and helps solidify the broader transatlantic alliance. Protecting the fundamental rights of EU citizens with strong privacy protections is foundational to individuals' confidence and trust, and a reliable data transfer mechanism is cruc…
 
Thousands of people have once again taken to the streets in Tunisia protesting the current leadership. It coincides with the 12th anniversary of the Jasmine revolution. With a struggling economy, increased isolation from the west and continued political instability, we discuss what has changed in the past 12 years. Guests: Radwan MasmoudiMember of …
 
Crypto Granny talks Cryptocurrency Markets 24th Jan 2023 Today I talk about the following:1. Crypto stats2. https://news.bitcoin.com/report-crypto-adoption-hits-new-milestones-global-crypto-owners-reached-425-million-in-2022/3. https://thecryptobasic.com/2023/01/24/sec-commissioner-says-regulators-current-approach-will-take-400-years-to-go-through-…
 
Former Vice President Mike Pence’s team found classified documents in his Indiana home. Mr. Pence’s team contacted the National Archives and Records Administration to request assistance in collecting and transferring documents bearing classification documents. The FBI and the Justice Department’s National Security Division have launched a review of…
 
China could be on track to build a naval base in Argentina, a step that could change the balance of power in the region. As reports of the latest move emerge, we'll ask if a still-enforced 1980s UK arms embargo has pushed Argentina toward the east.Guests:Lawrence WilkersonRetired United States Army ColonelAfzal AshrafInternational Security Speciali…
 
Crypto Granny talks Cryptocurrencies markets for 23rd Jan 2023 - A must listen Today I talk about the following: 1. SEC Commissioner Makes Controversial Case For ETH, XRP, Faults Howey’s Test2. Deaton Confident XRP Will Remain A Leading Crypto 5 Years From Now Despite SEC Case3. XRP price gathers steam for 45% upswing as Brad Garlinghouse prepares …
 
In this edition of CEA Talks, Russia expert Dr András Rácz analyzes the gesture Orban is making to the Russian Federation by asking to have oligarchs removed from the EU sanction list. He also gives ample explanation to the tank situation regarding Germany. As for the Russian aggression in Ukraine, he describes the present stalemate and talks about…
 
If any historians survive World War 3’s nuclear nightmare, surely, they will write about the veil of blindness that covered the eyes of Western leaders prior to the start a horrific exchange of weapons of mass destruction between Russia and NATO allies. High-level Russian leaders have repeatedly warned America and Europe that their continued involv…
 
Burning of Quran by Swedish far right politician draws condemnation by Muslim countries and raises question why Swedish government is allowing fueling of hatred. Guests: Ahammed HussainSpokesperson for The Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK Farid HafezLecturer and Researcher at the University of Salzburg Ajmal MasroorImam and Broadcaster…
 
How is it that pesticides that are banned in the EU still in routine use across the bloc? This week, EURACTIV’s agrifood team takes a look at this question with the help of the Pesticide Action Network Europe’s Martin Dermine, delving into how things will change after a recent ruling from the EU’s highest court. We also interview FarmEurope’s Luc V…
 
First, Dana begins after a press conference from Monterey Park, California brings more information from a mass shooting that killed least ten people inside a dance studio. Dana speaks with CNN Senior Law Enforcement Analyst Andrew McCabe and CNN National Security Analyst Juliette Kayyem about what we know so far. Then, Sen. Dick Durbin shares his c…
 
Crypto Granny talks Cryptocurrency markets 20th Jan 2023 Today I talk about the following: 1.Nexo settles with the SEC 2. Ripple versus SEC 3. Brad Garlinghouse at Davos -WEF 4. Economic figures look bad in the USA 5. Debt limit & Country Credit rating 6. Housing markets look bad 7. Gemini chapter 11 8. Cardano and Coin desk 9. ATOM airdrop 10. FTX…
 
Three-fourths of American teenagers have been exposed to online pornography by age 17, according to a newly released study by Common Sense Media, a nonprofit child advocacy group. Teenagers are accessing porn on their smartphones, school devices, social media, and online porn streaming websites. Fifty-eight percent of the teenagers polled in the st…
 
Talking Europe interviews Marc Angel, who was elected a vice-president of the European Parliament on January 18 to succeed Eva Kaili, the MEP at the heart of the Qatargate corruption scandal. Angel, a Socialists and Democrats MEP from Luxembourg, has strong words for authorities in both Morocco and Iran, as the EU Parliament ups the ante over freed…
 
Facing a demographic crisis, Japan is incentivising people to leave Tokyo, offering a Million yen to move out. But are they offering enough to push young families into crumbling rural prefectures?Guests:Shihoko GotoDeputy Director of Asia Program at the Wilson CenterSusanne KlienAssociate Professor at Hokkaido UniversityHanako MontgomeryReporter fo…
 
Crypto Granny talks Cryptocurrency Markets 19th Jan 2023 - A must listen Today I talk about the following: 1. Please listen to my Podcast on Flare do we wrap or not - or do we sell and buy a blue chip cryptos 2. Crypto markets sell off why? 3. Lots of Tech people losing their jobs 4. US debt limit may bring volatility to the markets 5. Aussie banks…
 
This week Mick, Clare and Damien are in Strasbourg. They discuss the 30 year anniversary of the single market; the parliament voting yet again to reject calls for peace; a resolution on the establishment of a special international tribunal to prosecute Russia for crimes of aggression; the protests in Iran; and Clare pays to a friend, we finish the …
 
A draft bill expected to be introduced to parliament in the coming months is set to give legal backing to planned competition reforms published by the UK government last year, a move which could have significant implications for tech regulation. Andrea Coscelli, former chief executive of the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority, joins this week’s…
 
The world is teetering on the edge of nuclear war, but are people aware of it? How many people are discerning the times? The spiritual leader of the Russian Orthodox Church told his flock that the desire of Western leaders to destroy Russia will result in the end of the world. According to Patriarch Kirill, the root of the problem is that some “mad…
 
Western firms are facilitating the production of Myanmar's junta weapons, as a recent high-level report says companies from at least 13 countries are sending parts used for producing arms. Those weapons are then being used to commit human rights atrocities. While the military continues its oppression, the Rohingya community's exodus continues. For …
 
Crypto Granny talks Cryptocurrency markets 17th Jan 2023 A must listen - I AM ULTRA BULLISH - TECHNICALS LOOK EXCELLENT - THE CRYPTOCURRENCY MARKET IS GOING MUCH HIGHER EVERYONE. Today I talk about the following: 1. Cryptocurrency stats 2. BTC limited supply will drive this rally big time 3. Exchanges have less than 450,000 units of BTC left - bitc…
 
David Foster examines how a once world-famous English fishing port is wrestling with its own identity, as it reinvents itself as a destination for cutting-edge renewable energy.When news breaks, the media descends and social media fires up. But what happens when the spotlight moves on? Or the world just doesn’t care? Beyond Borders reveals the unto…
 
This week on the Beyond the Byline podcast, we take a deep dive into the latest developments on the Greek spyware scandal, and the response - or lack of - from the European Commission and the European Council. With us this week are MEP and rapporteur of the inquiry committee for the abuse of spyware Sophie in 't Veld and our colleague Spiros Sideri…
 
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