Reuters World News

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27 Sep. 2023 - 10:21 UTC
A New York judge finds Donald Trump and his adult sons liable for fraud. The ruling comes ahead of the former president’s trip to Detroit to woo striking autoworkers. Did Ukraine really kill the [...]
26 Sep. 2023 - 12:26 UTC
A senior navy commander has been shown on Russian state TV, a day after Ukraine said he had been killed in a strike on Crimea. The UN General Assembly wraps up with plenty of diplomacy on the [...]
25 Sep. 2023 - 10:14 UTC
Hollywood writers reach a preliminary labor agreement with major studios. Thousands of ethnic Armenians flee the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh after Azerbaijan takes control. In Kosovo, Serb [...]
23 Sep. 2023 - 15:19 UTC
On this special podcast episode, we examine the fallout from the killing of 45-year-old Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia. What we have learned so far in the halls of Canada's parliament, [...]
22 Sep. 2023 - 10:10 UTC
President Joe Biden promises more aid for Ukraine but must overcome opposition from Republican hardliners. Automakers risk a wider strike from union workers. Rupert Murdoch steps down as chairman of [...]
21 Sep. 2023 - 11:04 UTC
The United States and China are overhauling their espionage systems, out of sight and deep underwater, as cheaper new technology changes the game. Poland stops sending weapons to Ukraine. Assad [...]
20 Sep. 2023 - 10:10 UTC
Ethnic Armenians in Azerbaijan's breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh agree to a Russian proposal for a ceasefire, 24 hours after a military offensive by Azerbaijan. Joe Biden’s speech before the [...]
19 Sep. 2023 - 10:20 UTC
India responds to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s accusation that New Delhi was behind a killing of a Sikh separatist. Five American prisoners released from Iran touch down. The Fed begins [...]
18 Sep. 2023 - 10:01 UTC
Five Americans are expected to be freed today in a swap deal with Iran. The disappearance of China's defence minister is the latest in a string of upheavals in the country's top ranks. What does it [...]
16 Sep. 2023 - 11:41 UTC
The UN General Assembly meets in New York this week with a backdrop of war and increasingly fragmented world. On this special episode, we talk to our journalists around the world about what to expect [...]

99% Invisible

#culture #podcast
26 Sep. 2023 - 22:02 UTC
This week we have two stories featuring the devil.An infamous "training video" teaching cops how to spot and stop "satanic crimes." And a stretch of highway with the misfortune of being officially [...]
19 Sep. 2023 - 22:41 UTC
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most iconic and distinctive buildings in the world. It took a relative newcomer and architectural outsider to dream it up, but the saga of making this world [...]
12 Sep. 2023 - 22:32 UTC
Brian Merchant is a tech reporter, and he'd been covering the industry for years when he started to notice a term that kept coming up. When he wrote a story that was critical of tech, he'd be accused [...]
5 Sep. 2023 - 21:03 UTC
All kinds of songs get stuck in your head. Famous pop tunes from when you were a kid, album cuts you've listened to over and over again. And then there's a category of memorable songs—the ones that [...]
29 Aug. 2023 - 22:18 UTC
In most big cities, there’s a housing crisis. And empty office buildings are creating a different crisis known to urbanists as a ‘doom loop.’ Converting an office into housing can solve both of [...]
22 Aug. 2023 - 23:45 UTC
The story of a voice training VHS tape that helped trans women at a time when other resources were hard to access.The way a person's voice changes over time feels like a simple, and overlooked act of [...]
15 Aug. 2023 - 23:26 UTC
Welcome to our second episode of short stories all about what may be the original designed object: the trail. If you haven’t heard the first episode yet you should totally go back and listen. [...]
8 Aug. 2023 - 22:02 UTC
We deconstruct and examine what might be the original designed object-- the humble trail. We discuss how park trails are designed, what makes a good trail, and...what even is a trail anyway?Trail Mix
1 Aug. 2023 - 21:04 UTC
Back in January, Bloomberg News published a story quoting an obscure government official named Richard Trumka Jr. He works with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, which regulates stuff like [...]
25 Jul. 2023 - 23:52 UTC
Andrew Leland grew up with full vision, but starting in his teenage years, his sight began to degrade from the outside in, such that he now sees the world as if through a narrow tube. Soon—but [...]

Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend | Team Coco

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The Problem With Jon Stewart


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10 Aug. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
Legendary bassist of the Minutemen and many other projects joins Jello to discuss growing up, his beginnings in music with his childhood friend, and of course politics! Hosted on Acast. See [...]
27 Jul. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
On this continuation, Jello and Shepard discuss the consequences of renegade art, the famous people trying to prevent Shepards art and the future exhibitions Shepard is creating. Hosted on Acast. [...]
13 Jul. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
Renowned renegade artist Shepard Fairey joins Jello on todays episode of Renegade Roundtable. They discuss the early days of Shepards art, his roots in punk, and how he was able to get his art and [...]
9 Jul. 2023 - 21:31 UTC
In this episode of What Would Jello Do? and Renegade Roundtable, Jello Biafra talks about the recent controversies surrounding the United States Supreme Court and the impact these will have on the [...]
29 Jun. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
Today Jello interviews Alternative Tentacles artist THE DARTS. In this single episode they discuss the new DARTS album "Snake Oil" available now on AT, Nichole's weirdest moments as a judge in [...]
15 Jun. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
In this continuation Jello and Stuart dive deep into the writing process of King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. They discuss how it's a full time job writing and recording. They also discuss the [...]
1 Jun. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
All the way from Australia, the musical genius behind one of the fastest growing psychedelic rocks bands of the all time, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Stuart Mackenzie sits down with Jello and [...]
18 May. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
In this continuation, Jello and Eddie discuss noir films and their favorite types of noir films as well as where the future of noir seems to be heading. Hosted on Acast. See for [...]
4 May. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
Grab your drink and close the blinds because today Renegade Roundtable because Renegade NOIR table! Jello talks with the "Czar of Noir" Eddie Muller. They discuss what is noir as well as how Eddie [...]
26 Apr. 2023 - 12:30 UTC
In this episode of What Would Jello Do? and Renegade Roundtable, Jello Biafra talks about the departure of Tucker Carlson and how the removal of the Fairness Doctrine has caused media company talking [...]

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The Doug Stanhope Podcast

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13 Sep. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
Doug and Bingo take the train to Chicago to catch The Road Dog premiere. The Road Dog will be available on multiple streaming platforms Oct 6th, 2023. Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not do [...]
2 Sep. 2023 - 16:39 UTC
Has Doug's criminal enterprise finally come to an end? September 15th, 2023 Doug will be hosting the Shady Dell Comedy night with Billy Wayne Davis and featuring Andy Andrist and Kristine Levine. [...]
15 Aug. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
Doug plans a party. September 15th, 2023 Doug will be hosting the Shady Dell Comedy night with Kristine Levine, Andy Andrist and Billy Wayne Davis. Thank You Patreon [...]
1 Aug. 2023 - 7:00 UTC
Michael Biehn calls the cops, Doug turns down offers and clears the room. Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not do this without your ongoing support. Recorded July 25th, 2023 via ZOOM between [...]
20 Jul. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
Doug treats the podcast crew to a few nights at the Bass Pro Shop pyramid hotel in Memphis, TN and almost got himself killed. Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not do this without your ongoing [...]
7 Jul. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
Doug sits down with 2 victims in the first mass murder ever reported in Warren. Jennifer Churchill was shot while sleeping and Derrick disarmed the perp. Doug and Chad want the details. Jennifer has [...]
22 Jun. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
Tracey is finally allowed visitation back to the compound in Bisbee. Recorded June 20th, 2023 at the Quiet House in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Tracey (@egglester), Bingo [...]
9 Jun. 2023 - 9:22 UTC
Doug hosts a SwapCast with Australian comedian Sian Smyth, the host of '‘The UnCancellable Sian Smyth Podcast”. Recorded June 3rd, 2023 at the Quiet House in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope [...]
25 May. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
Doug explains what happened on the way to the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and gets his blood test results from an old friend from the neighborhood. Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not do [...]
12 May. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
Doug is back from his Canadian tour and Meatwig blasts the podcast. Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not do this without your ongoing support. Recorded May 9th, 2023 at the Quiet House in [...]


22 Sep. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
Summer 2023 was a pretty scary one for the planet. Global temperatures in June and July reached record highs. And over in the North Atlantic Sea, the water temperature spiked to off-the-chart levels. [...]
15 Sep. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
Most of us would sacrifice one person to save five. It’s a pretty straightforward bit of moral math. But if we have to actually kill that person ourselves, the math gets fuzzy. That’s the lesson [...]
8 Sep. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
Today, the story of an idea. An idea that some people need, others reject, and one that will, ultimately, be hard to let go of. Special Thanks to Carl Zimmer, Eric Turkheimer, Andrea Ganna, Chandler [...]
1 Sep. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
In this episode from 2007, we take you on a tour of language, music, and the properties of sound. We look at what sound does to our bodies, our brains, our feelings… and we go back to the reason we [...]
25 Aug. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
A couple years ago, our producer Annie McEwen listened to an audio documentary that, she said, “tore my heart wide open.” That episode , “Finn and the Bell,” ( by [...]
18 Aug. 2023 - 14:30 UTC
When we think of China today, we think of a technological superpower. From Huawei and 5G to TikTok and viral social media, China is stride for stride with the United States in the world of computing. [...]
11 Aug. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
Matthew Herrick was sitting on his stoop in Harlem when something weird happened. Then, it happened again. And again. It happened so many times that it became an absolute nightmare—a nightmare that [...]
4 Aug. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
In online news, stories live forever. The tipsy photograph of you at the college football game? It’s there. That news article about the political rally you were marching at? It’s there. A charge [...]
28 Jul. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
In 1908, on a sunny, clear, quiet morning in Siberia, witnesses recall seeing a blinding light streak across the sky, and then… the earth shook, a forest was flattened, fish were thrown from [...]
21 Jul. 2023 - 14:00 UTC
Since the beginning of the space program, we’ve expected astronauts to be fully-abled athletic overachievers—one-part science geeks, two-part triathletes—a mix the writer Tom Wolfe called [...]