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Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
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Rhetoric, the Cybercast. Carbon Tax, people don't seem to mind it. Why? Because they want the government or somebody else to take of the Climate Change. We play some clips from the 2019 Climate Strike to further this point. KraftHockeyville The Bobcaygeon Verulam Community Centre & Arena has been nominated for the Kraft Hockeyville 2021 competition…
 
Listeners have told us has COVID has made body image issues worse, as people spent more and more time scrolling through social media. Today Hack launches its new crowdsource investigation, and we want to hear from you*.Also, the Government's new consent video has been slammed by experts as way too confusing.And, the fake fairybread controversy that…
 
Following his discussion of Ramsey Clark, Phil switches topics to international affairs, starting with Rwanda. He refers to the testimony of Michel Houtart, who was director of the company 'Sabena,' which had responsibility for the 'Hôtel des Mille Collines' in Kigali. Houtart described the heroic role of Paul Rusesabagina in managing his hotel dur…
 
Rhetoric, London's Calling Casa Bonita, famed Denver Restaurant Depicted In ‘South Park’, Files For Bankruptcy Joe Buck to host Jeopardy... What is that going to sound like? Ontario not offering off-peak hydro rates during this current stay-at-home order, unlike to prior lockdowns. Federal Budget coming out Monday April 19th and Ben the numbers guy…
 
Ready for intense summers six months long? Two months of winter? Our guest from China, scientist Yuping Guan. We also stroll down to Kansas City for a radio interview. But first, is climate action sleeping or dead? Actually, under the surface there is a strong new push to save the climate. We talk with long-time American activist Tom Bowman.…
 
The Church of Scientology has always been controversial and it may be about to come under fresh scrutiny.Australian law still considers Scientology a religion and as a result, it enjoys tax free status here.Now, some Australian politicians say it's time for an inquiry into whether or not that's fair. Featured:Steve Cannane, ABC reporter and author …
 
Domestic Workers Care for Others, But Who Cares for Them!withMarrisa Senteno, Co-Director, NY Chapter, National Domestic Workers Alliance and Shamier Settle, Policy Analyst, Fiscal Policy InstituteDomestic workers are overwhelmingly women, immigrants and people of color, which coincides with the demographics who we know have been hit hardest by the…
 
Andrea Boyd grew up loving the science fiction series Star Trek. And when she wasn't at school, conducting science experiments or staring at the TV, she was staring at the sky.But when the world's best engineers built the International Space Station, Andrea realised science fact was better than science fiction. She worked hard to become their only …
 
Encore: Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes from the Ohkay Owingeh, New Mexico, Hip Hop performer, Brenda Atencio aka G Precious is in the house. She has just released her newest album “The Forgotten. G Precious is featured in our current issue of the SAY Magazine, find out all about her on our music page IndigenousinMusic.com.…
 
Two features connected by the belief that we need to organize, confront Authority, and radically change (not just "reform") the system.First we'll hear Jordan Brown's short movie, "Forget Shorter Showers." The film features a reading of a good essay by radical environmental activist Derek Jensen.Then part 2 of Jill Lepore's article on the history o…
 
Seaweed a strong hope for drawdown of atmospheric carbonFestival reveals the beauty, wonder and potential of seaweedKey indicators of planetary health getting worse fasterDo trade unions speak to scientists?Climate change is f*%#ing terrifying. Has the media failed in telling the truth?Saving the threatened plants and animals of Norfolk Island…
 
Kara and Scott talk about the Coinbase IPO and the surge for Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and other currencies. They also discuss the legacy financial Ponzi-schemer Bernie Madoff, who died in prison this week. We have a pop-in from Friend of Pivot Andrew Ross Sorkin on his interviews with the late Madoff. In listener mail, we get a question about Russia's de…
 
It's the Shake Up and we're talking...Whether the portrayal of a dance routine at the launch of a new naval ship was sexist, why COVID is having an impact on our memories, and what it's like to witness other people's awkward dates.Join Hack's Avani Dias with lawyer Geoffrey Winters and Paralympian Madison de Rozario.…
 
A furore in the scientific community as a top advisor to the Federal government advances the controversial theory that there's something special and undiscovered, in fresh air, that prevents COVID transmission; and the big banks at odds over just how much house prices will rise this year, we'll have their latest predictions.…
 
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