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A forensic, fast-paced and sometimes irreverent take on the news that you won't find elsewhere. Using a unique ten-screen studio, we'll break down the news through analysing the data, the facts, the videos and the digital noise.​
 
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Media Mind, a podcast from TRT World Research Centre, unpacks some of the most noteworthy yet misconstrued news events of the month, bringing them to the fore and connecting them to the defining political, social, and intellectual order of the 21st century. In each episode, academics, journalists, activists, and opinion leaders will unravel political narratives surrounding issues ranging from global politics and media controversies to criminal justice and corporate crimes.
 
The Newsmakers is TRT World’s flagship current affairs programme, featuring in-depth reports and interviews with the drivers of the biggest stories of the week. Hosted by award-winning journalist Imran Garda, we go to the heart of every issue, offering unfiltered debates, context and commentary that disrupt conventional perspectives on international affairs. We generate discussion, drive the news agenda and demand accountability from people in power. The Newsmakers is an honest and relevant ...
 
A Podcast where we talk about gains in every important aspect of life: Health, Wealth, Productivity, and major growth tips for your Social Media. Want to chat with us? We have a Discord server where we hang out every day! Go check it out at: https://discord.gg/uJr5QQFgUQ. Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/standardgains/ For Advertising Opportunities: info@standardgains.com
 
Launched during Lockdown 1.0, Broken Oars began life as a fun, informative and occasionally factually accurate podcast curated by two rowers who like talking about the art and practice of pushing boats down rivers backwards. You might think that there’s not a lot that can be said about that, but the Broken Oars team (one Southern One, one Northern One) have begged to differ. Aided and abettted by stellar guests from the world of rowing, elite sport and coaching, alongside journalists, subjec ...
 
Lifespan with Dr. David Sinclair is a new podcast from world renowned aging research doctor, David Sinclair, Ph.D. Dr. Sinclair is a professor of genetics and co-director of Harvard Medical School's Center for Biology of Aging Research. Topics discussed include the science behind why we age and interventions for slowing and even reversing aging. This podcast is distinct from Dr. Sinclair's teaching and research roles at Harvard Medical School. The information provided in this show is not med ...
 
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New management takes the charge in the Philippines. Ferdinand Marcos Junior has assumed the presidency after winning in a landslide in May, overcoming the controversies that have hounded his family for decades. Paolo Montecillo has more on the challenges the new government will have to face.#Philippine #PhilippinesEconomy #MarcosJr…
 
The bestselling book series of all time, the Harry Potter franchise, has turned 25. It's sold more than 500M copies worldwide since the first book hit the shelves in 1997. As Tayyibe Aydin reports, it's generated a lot of money-making magic.For more on the wizarding world, we're joined by Richard Haigh, the managing director of the brand valuation …
 
At the top of the agenda for G7 summit was crude oil, a commodity the world needs, but that's increasingly in short supply. For months, leaders have been putting pressure on oil exporters to pump more fuel out of the ground. They want other suppliers to offset the reduction in shipments from Russia, which have sanctioned by the West. This week, the…
 
Türkiye got what it wanted. That's how Ankara is describing the outcome of tense negotiations, that cleared the way for Sweden and Finland to join the NATO alliance. The breakthrough came just hours before a NATO summit was set to kick off in Madrid. For weeks, Ankara strongly opposed Sweden and Finland's bid to join NATO, over their support for te…
 
In the face of higher fuel prices, and longer-term concerns over the climate crisis, many consumers are making the switch over to electric cars. Sales are surging around the world. And the cost of entry is also going down as automakers introduce new models that are getting more affordable with each iteration. TRT World's Ludovica Brignola spoke to …
 
Oil is headed for its third weekly drop, its longest losing run this year, on concerns that a recession could cut into energy demand. Oil prices are edging up this morning, after falling 3% on Thursday, as the OPEC+ group of producers, including Russia, agreed to stick to its output strategy. However, the producers' club avoided discussing policy f…
 
It's been four months since Vladimir Putin shocked the world by ordering his troops to attack Ukraine. So with the conflict still raging, this year's NATO summit in Madrid focused on dealing with Moscow. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy attended the meeting virtually, and warned the military alliance that Moscow's ambitions will not stop at …
 
The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe V Wade - a historic move that has shocked the nation. While Pro-Life supporters see this decision as a success, Pro-Choice advocates say this is a devastating move for women's rights. But what about the rights of the unborn child? Well, States now get to decide just that and will put in place their own laws…
 
Chinese markets rose on Thursday as government data showed factory activity grew in June, for the first time in four months. That's as authorities lifted a strict lockdown in Shanghai, buoying growth in production and new orders, and as a rebound in the services sector is pressing on. The official manufacturing purchasing managers' index rose to 50…
 
Russia’s actions in Ukraine are already spreading fear that it wants to extend control across Eastern Europe. Now the country appears to be setting its sights on Africa - in what some NATO members are calling a “worrying” threat to the security of the bloc’s allies.Guests:Oluwole Ojewale Central Africa Analyst at the Institute for Security StudiesP…
 
When Muqtada al Sadr ordered his 73 lawmakers to resign, it was a huge political gamble. The controversial cleric's party went from having the most seats in parliament, to having none for the first time in more than 15 years. And what makes his decision even more surprising is that his lawmakers were replaced by his biggest rivals. The Coordination…
 
The world's oil exporters, for the past two years and counting, have consistently failed to meet their commitments on how much crude to pump out of the ground. The expanded global oil cartel known as OPEC+ agrees on how much each member should produce every month. But since May of 2020, the group has fallen more than half a billion barrels short of…
 
In today’s episode of Barbell Shrugged you will learn: What is the most optimal way to time micronutrients for better sleep? How can the average person get tested to get an idea on their stress hormones? How to position your services to work with professional athletes? What are the major similarities and differences in eating for performance vs. lo…
 
For two weeks Ecuador's indigenous groups have led mass protests. Frustrated by food and fuel shortages, demonstrators have virtually paralysed the country. But on Monday, the government lifted the state of emergency, and talks to end the unrest are finally getting underway. So far there's been no definitive agreement, but President Guillermo Lasso…
 
Recently released photos and video by Anadolu Agency confirms what Ankara has been warning about for years. That Greece is continuing to violate international law by militarizing islands in the eastern Aegean Sea. The latest island in question is Keci or Pserimos as it is known in Greece, which lies just a few kilometres off Türkiye's coast. The ti…
 
Artificial intelligence is transforming the way we live - and for scientists it’s an exciting time as supercomputers develop at a rapid pace.But for the rest of us, we’re all still grappling with how we relate to these machines and whether we should think of ourselves as their users or cohabitants on this planet. Just what might a conscious AI do t…
 
Last year, Tunisia's president Kais Saied took drastic steps that sparked crisis after crisis. He dissolved the government and sacked parliament. Mass protests have engulfed the country ever since. Now Saied's latest move is fuelling renewed outrage. The dismissal of dozens of judges and the president declaring Islam will not be the state religion.…
 
Ladies, Gentlemen, children of all ages ... The only rowing podcast that matters (apart from all of the others) returns - and it does so to celebrate all that is great and good about Henley Royal Regatta - just in time for the 2022 edition of one of the world's oldest and certainly one of the world's most prestigious rowing events. Broken Oars Podc…
 
Oil prices rallied for a third day in a row on Tuesday, as threats to global output risked tigthening the market, just before OPEC+ meets later this week to address supply concerns. In Libya, a worsening political crisis may lead to more disruptions to exports, and in Ecuador, anti-government protests are threatening to shut down production complet…
 
It wasn't the first time migrants had tried to scale the border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla. But it was the first time since Madrid and Rabat mended diplomatic relations last month. Authorities say about two thousand people tried to climb the iron fence. At least 27 of them died as a result. Rights groups from Spain and…
 
Russia has defaulted on its foreign debt for the first time since the 1917 revolution, according to reports. The country missed a deadline of Sunday night to meet a 30-day grace period on interest payments of $100M on two Eurobonds originally due on May 27. Some Taiwanese holders of Russian Eurobonds said on Monday that they had not received intere…
 
As the war in Ukraine continues and the risk of global food shortages grows, the UN Secretary General warns of an “unprecedented wave of hunger and destitution” if the crisis is not addressed. But can a looming food catastrophe be averted?Guests:Karuti Kanyinga, Director of the Institute for Development Studies at the University of NairobiErtharin …
 
In a new BrokenOars Indoors series we will be going through some of the best (and the worst) training programs out there for indoor rowing (and rowing). The first, whilst no means perfect, is one of the best. The (old) Concept2 UK Indoor Rowing Training Guide V2. Download here - https://drive.google.com/file/d/19h3RpbMkNhsfOt5jl3BljV0vGWjn1Fe0/view…
 
On January 6th 2021 thousands traveled from across the United States to attend Donald Trump's Save America rally. His battle cry had convinced them that the 2020 election was stolen, and that they had to stop it. Many tried, and stormed the Capitol. The former president is accused of an attempted coup, and Congressional hearings into that fateful d…
 
Türkiye’s president and Saudi Arabia's crown prince described their recent talks as the start of “a new era of co-operation”. President Erdogan welcomed Mohammed bin Salman in Ankara on Wednesday, where the two leaders discussed strengthening political, economic and security ties. Restoring their once lucrative trade relationship was a key point bo…
 
The World Bank says Turkiye could save $146 billion, if it takes effective and appropriate action to tackle climate change. Most of the benefits would come from reductions in energy imports and reduced pollution. Last year, Turkiye imported 61 billion cubic metres of natural gas and nearly 3 million tons of oil. Turkiye has committed to achieving n…
 
Türkiye and Saudi Arabia are looking to boost their economic ties and increase bilateral investments, following a visit to Ankara by the Kingdom's Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. Businesses are now hoping for a rebound. Construction, refined fuel and chemical companies along with manufacturers of textiles and furniture would be among the biggest …
 
Sri Lanka's economic crisis is deepening, as the government scrambles for money just to pay for basic goods. The country needs a bailout worth billions of dollars, which officials say will buy them time to implement reforms that can turn things around. Paolo Montecillo has more.For more on this, we spoke to Chayu Damsinghe in Colombo. He is head of…
 
Russia's attack on Ukraine has made energy a new battlefield. The EU has been searching for ways to cut its dependency on Moscow's fossil fuels and the quest to cut energy costs is also driving other countries to seek out new suppliers. Sibel Karkus has more from Berlin.For more on the story, Bob Ward joined us from London. He's the policy and comm…
 
Netflix is cutting hundreds of jobs as it seeks to streamline operations, in the face of tougher competition. The streaming giant says it's letting go of 300 people or about 4% of its workforce. Last month, the company fired 150 employees, shortly after reporting that it had lost subscribers for the first time in a decade. Earlier, carmaker Tesla s…
 
Many countries around the world are soon going to be feeling the harsh effects of rising inflation, causing us to stretch our money even further to live, but who or what is to blame for the struggle we're about to endure and can we predict how long this period will last?Nexus speaks to Patrick Boyle, a Professor of Finance at King's College London …
 
In April, Serbia took delivery of a brand new air defence system. However it didn’t come from Russia, its usual supplier. No… this one came all the way from China.So has Beijing finally found a way into the European arms market? GUESTS: Stephen Chan Professor of World Politics at SOAS, University of LondonZeno Leoni, Lecturer in the Defence Studies…
 
In 2019, after months of unrest, Omar al Bashir was forced to step down. The Sudanese president was one of the world's longest ruling dictators. So when he fell, Sudan finally had a chance at democracy. But after decades of autocratic rule, a transition wouldn't be easy, and over the past three years there have been a number of setbacks. Talks to g…
 
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