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Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus and beyond share their take on the most important stories every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
 
Whether you call it football or soccer, you can’t understand it without understanding the modern world — and you can’t understand the modern world without understanding its most popular sport. Join host David Goldblatt for conversations about politics, culture, economics, immigration, religion, cinema — and of course, some all-time favorite goals.
 
Juan has been a journalist for 17 years and has covered two World Cups and four Copa Americas. He has also worked as a commentator on ESPN, beIN Sports, Eurosport covering various leagues from around the world. He's also a writer for sites like Al-Jazeera Sport, The Telegraph and SPORT amongst others as well as a frequent guest on networks like BBC, TALKSport, SportsMax.
 
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The Debrief

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The Debrief

Al Jazeera English

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On The Debrief, we put things in perspective - the Al Jazeera perspective. Others tell you where the missiles were fired from. We talk to you from where they land. Our journalists around the world bring in-depth stories and conversations to help you understand our planet just a little bit better.If you have a story to share, write to us: debrief@aljazeera.net
 
The Transit Lounge chronicles the journeys of people who’ve had a considerable impact on the Muslim world. In season 1, we hear from successful entrepreneurs, academics, scholars and politicians. Hosted by Mohamad Zaoud, each episode explores the highs and lows of our guests, and tackles the question of our time - what does it take to find balance when living a contemporary Muslim life.Mohamad Zaoud is a brand enthusiast and consults businesses and NGOs on brand & growth strategies. He’s cur ...
 
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Radio Salaam Shalom Podcasts

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Radio Salaam Shalom Podcasts

RADIO SALAAM SHALOM "Muslims and Jews Talking Together"

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Radio Salaam Shalom is a Bristol-based online radio station staffed by a volunteer team mainly from the Jewish and Muslim communities of the city. It launched on 1 February 2007. The project is seen as the UK's first Muslim-Jewish initiative of this type and emphasises the voice of the “moderate majority”. Its programmes give people from both communities the chance to celebrate, debate and share the events, issues and faith that shape their daily lives. It has received coverage and been the ...
 
Launched in 2020, Political Bark is a podcast about politics and events in society streamed weekly. It tackles political issues from a variety of perspectives, especially highlighting a international and global approach to local events. The podcast is given by Sophie Matlary and features weekly guests from different walks of life.
 
Welcome to the M Collective, an interview series focused on interviewing 20 somethings who seem to have their life together just slightly more than the rest of us. They may have found their passions, or they're excelling in their careers, or have something unique about them that we can all learn from. Hosted by Alex Portera, a former management consultant turned world-traveler and TV producer.
 
The First Mile is an immersive travel podcast, bringing you untold stories from the world of adventure. It is presented by Ash Bhardwaj and Pip Stewart — two travel journalists, who are adventurers in their own right — and explores everything from the ethics of cultural tourism, to documenting your journeys and making a living from travel. Ash and Pip navigate this territory with some of the world’s greatest travellers, who reveal how they got their first break in travel writing, planned rem ...
 
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Last November, residents of the Joint Base Pearl Harbor–Hickam military housing started to smell fuel coming out of their pipes. The US Navy said a leak from a fuel storage facility called Red Hill contaminated their well in O’ahu, leaving around 93,000 residents without drinking water. But this is something activists have been fearing for years. T…
 
The media has packed up from the hotel where Novak Djokovic was detained in Australia, but after the tennis player’s deportation, more than 30 asylum seekers are still at the Park Hotel in the middle of Melbourne. The Australian Open brought the men’s years of indefinite immigration detention into the spotlight. We look at two stories from the Park…
 
Famine is a slow-moving disaster and when it is declared, people are typically dying of starvation already. It is too late to save every life. Much of Somalia is facing its third dry season which is bad news for crops, animals, and people. Famine could arrive as soon as March. The Take talks to Somalis trying to get the word out about what is happe…
 
The staredown on Russia’s border with Ukraine - The story gets the Cold War treatment and needs an update. Contributors: Olga Tokariuk - Journalist & CEPA non-resident fellow Max Seddon - Moscow bureau chief, Financial Times Terrell Starr - Host, Black Diplomats podcast & nonresident senior fellow, Eurasia Center, Atlantic Council Ekaterina Kotrika…
 
According to the United Nations, last year brought "a spate of grave violations" against children in conflict zones, despite decades of advocacy by NGOs. One of the institutions working to improve the lives of children is Save the Children. Its chief executive officer, Inger Ashing, recently travelled to Burkina Faso as many minors living in the Ce…
 
Russian-led forces are leaving the Central Asian country after days of unrest over the rise of gas prices, corruption, and inequality. 160 people have been killed and about 12,000 have been arrested, according to authorities. Many don't know the whereabouts of their loved ones. President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev claimed the unrest was an attempted cou…
 
On January 9, Africa began its biggest biennial football tournament: The Africa Cup of Nations. Postponed a year because of the pandemic, the tournament will pit 24 of the continent's top teams against each other over the course of one month in Cameroon. But despite the celebratory fervor in Cameroon, there's some concern about how the tournament h…
 
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