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Regardless of how old we were when cars first became a part of our lives, we all know and understand the significant impact that they have made on our lives. From friends to fans, and joy to pain, these masterful pieces of engineering have touched each of us in a unique way, and Drivers Only is here to share each great story.
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Tech only works when humans communicate. NEXUM is about building profitable, sustainable relationships. Who are the Business Process Guru’s? - We are a group of people within the business community that over a period of time (decades) have accumulated a long history (decades) of getting things wrong then perfecting ways of consistently getting things right (Eventually)! Business Process Guru’s come from either the mother company, NEXUM Software, or are existing customers, supplier’s, associa ...
The business show that goes beyond the numbers and the corporate jargon! Stephen Carroll breaks down major business stories and looks at how they affect our lives. Thursday at 4.45 pm Paris time.
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Interested in France? Let us be your ears and eyes on the ground. Hosts Sarah Elzas and Alison Hird take you beyond the baguette, to hear from the people who make France what it is, and who want to change it - to give you a fuller picture of this country at the heart of Europe. Spotlight on France is a weekly podcast, in English, from Radio France International, out Thursdays.
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FORMCAST is a podcast by Form Trends, an online resource dedicated to providing information, advice and insight into the automotive, transportation and mobility design sectors. Founded by Eric Gallina in 2012. formtrends.com
The Auto Express Podcast is a weekly car show where you can digest the latest news, the most exciting reviews and behind-the-scenes stories you won’t hear anywhere else! Each Wednesday, join host Vicki Butler-Henderson and members of the Auto Express team as we delve right into the heart of the automotive world. Subscribe now, and follow us on Twitter @AutoExpressPod for regular updates. Find out more at www.autoexpress.co.uk/podcast.
Welcome to The Morning Formation Podcast! Current military service members, fellow veterans, aspiring future warriors, and those who simply find the military interesting. Get up and get outside, it’s time for formation. I’m KP, your host with the most for this podcast. I’m a former military officer, Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran, and simply a guy with love for his fellow military and veteran community. This podcast is a place for you to relax and enjoy stories, interviews, and advice. I’m ...
Citroen became the fourth automaker to reveal this week that it has been charged in France in connection with the 'dieselgate' emissions cheating scandal. The French automaker was charged by authorities over allegations of deception related to the sale of Euro 5 diesel vehicles in France between 2009 and 2015.…
Sean takes a virtual tour of Doncaster to find out what businesses there make of the fact that we'll have to wait a few more weeks for restrictions to be eased.He'll hear from the boss of WhatsApp on why the company will fight further regulation.And survivors of the Grenfell Tower distaster are angry that so many people are still living in unsafe f…
We also talk cars we drove, and even rode in.By Autoblog
US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson held their first in-person talks ahead of the G7 Summit in Cornwall in southwest England. During their meeting, they agreed on a deal called the Atlantic Charter, which commits the two countries to work together on global challenges.
According to a Pew Research Center survey of 12 nations, the United States' image abroad has improved sharply since President Joe Biden replaced Donald Trump. More than 16,000 adults from 16 countries expressed confidence in Biden.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga referred to Taiwan as a country. In his first one-on-one parliamentary debate with opposition leaders on Wednesday, Suga, naming Australia, New Zealand and Taiwan, said, "Such three countries have been imposing strong restrictions on privacy rights" to curb the novel coronavirus outbreak.…
Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has held a meeting with India's envoys to the Gulf nations. They discussed issues like resuming flights to the region and reuniting families separated by COVID-19.
Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) has arrested a Chinese intruder near the Indo-Bangladesh border. The 36-year-old man has been identified as Han Junwe, a resident of Hubei, China.
The French president Emmanuel Macron has put pressure on UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson after he said that 'nothing is renegotiable' regarding Northern Ireland as the G7 summit of world leaders risked being overshadowed by the bitter standoff over Brexit.
The US economy’s rebound from the pandemic is driving the biggest surge in inflation in nearly 13 years, with consumer prices rising in May by 5% from a year ago. The Labor Department said last month’s increase in the consumer-price index was the largest since August 2008, when the reading rose 5.4%.…
The European Central Bank raised its growth and inflation projections on Thursday but pledged a steady flow of stimulus over the summer, fearing that a retreat now would accelerate a concerning rise in borrowing costs and choke off the recovery.
India called on China to issue visas to Indian nationals who meet all requirements laid down by Beijing for travel, including getting vaccinated with Chinese-made jabs.
Commuter Rail Coalition Vice Chair Mike Noland (South Shore Line) and Director of Government Affairs John Cline (Cline Strategic Consulting) discuss how the decidedly unsexy issue of excess liability insurance has become an existential threat to commuter railroads with Railway Age Editor-in-Chief William C. Vantuono. They also share the innovative …
The result of two vaccine safety monitoring system suggests that the number of heart inflammation cases have been much higher than expected after the second dose of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
The Dominican government has reportedly declared fugitive Mehul Choksi as a "prohibited immigrant". The order was issued by the Ministry of National Security and Home Affairs. The development is expected to strengthen India's case.
French prosecutors have requested an 18-month jail term for a man who slapped President Emmanuel Macron in the face. The court gave Damien Tarel a sentence of 18 months in jail, but 14 of those months were suspended.
Two of the world's most powerful couple strolled across the beachfront holding hands of their spouses. Joe Biden said that he was thrilled to meet Carrie Johnson who married Johnson last month.
According to Pentagon, the US pullout from Afghanistan is 50% complete, as it approaches its September 11 deadline to remove troops, which marks 20-year anniversary of the Al-Qaeda attacks.
US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson held their first in-person talks ahead of the G7 Summit in Cornwall in southwest England. After the meeting between the two leaders, Johnson said that the talks with Biden were a "big breath of fresh air".
Felicity Hannah looks at what's on the agenda as the G7 Summit kicks off in Cornwall. She also hears from the Brewdog boss after former staff claimed it had a 'culture of fear', and catches up with Maggie Philbin to discuss how she's working with teenagers to encourage them into careers in science and technology.…
Ford makes something very different! We like it.By Joe McKenney
Chinese vaccines are facing global scrutiny. From Mongolia to Bahrain to Seychelles, questions are being asked on the effectiveness of made-in-China shots. How safe are they really? WION’s Palki Sharma gets you a report.
A museum in Paris is all set to loan a replica of the Statue of Liberty to the US for 10 years. Such bilateral gifts can make or break diplomatic relations. WION's Palki Sharma tells you why.
A new research has found that more than 47,000 wild animals were sold in Wuhan in the run up to the pandemic. What kind of animals were these? What does the research tell us about COVID origins? WION’s Palki Sharma gets you a report.
18 months after the pandemic began, world leaders are waking up to how China is getting away. G7 leaders are set to demand a new investigation into the origins. A draft statement has been leaked. WION’s Palki Sharma gets you the details.
Has the British Queen been 'cancelled'? Oxford University students have taken down a portrait of Queen Elizabeth from their common room. Her portrait will be replaced by someone 'influential and inspirational'. WION’s Palki Sharma brings you the details.
Joe Biden has waited 50 years for this: his first foreign trip as US president. Biden is in Europe for 8 days. What's on his agenda? Which leaders will he meet? What will he tell Putin? WION’s Palki Sharma has the answers.
Argentina's president was forced to apologise for describing Brazilians as people from the jungle. Why do politicians continue to twist the scientific theory of human evolution? WION’s Palki Sharma tells you.
Why are we being bribed to get vaccinated? From free beers and guns to rolled joints and Tesla cars, governments and employers globally are offering incentives for getting jabbed. Is it ethical? WION’s Palki Sharma gets you a report.
Zainab Ahmed, Nigeria's finance minister, has said the biggest challenge facing the country's Covid-19 vaccination programme is accessing available doses. Nigeria has so far only received four million of the 43 million vaccines it has been promised by the Covax programme, according to the minister, who said the government expects to offer vaccines …
Today, we are very fortunate to have a guest on the show, who continues to serve his military community through his strength of comedy with meaningful motivation. He was part of the GI’s of Comedy and is currently the “Director of Media and Artist Relations at The Laugh Factory in Los Angeles.” Our guest today is Mr. Thom Tran, who is not only an A…
Sean takes a look at how the pandemic has changed the finances for Euro 2020 and will the tournament provide the return for supporters and businesses alikeBy BBC Radio 5 live
Sean Farrington look at Northern Ireland trade issues and how much longer festivals are facing until they can restart.By BBC Radio 5 live
The daughter of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, Daria Navalnaya has said that Kremlin would not succeed in silencing its critics. She also expressed concern about 'the fast downfall of democracy' in the country.
Roei Samuel talks to Sean Farrington about setting up e-sports business Real Sport which he sold in a multi-million pound deal and about how having ADHD affected his education and career choicesBy BBC Radio 5 live
Peruvian socialist candidate Pedro Castillo held on to a narrow lead late on Tuesday in the country's runoff presidential election, as tensions rose over contested ballots and accusations of fraud, which sparked protests outside the elections office.
In the last couple of months, South Africa's LGBT+ community has been robbed by a series of brutal hate crimes against its members all across the country. The community is now taking the help of social media to appeal to the government to address the issue.
4 members of a Pakistani-origin Muslim family were killed and one was left injured after a pickup truck targeted them in an attack motivated by hate. The Canadian police called it a 'premeditated' attack.
In his first-ever interview since his massive victory for the post of President of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly or UNGA, Maldives Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid has listed dealing with the COVID crisis, UN reforms among his 5 key priorities. Speaking to our Principal Diplomatic Correspondent Sidhant Sibal from New York, …
US Vice President Kamala Harris declared her two-day trip to Central America a success after extensive discussions with leaders there. Harris defended not visiting the US-Mexico border following criticism.
Google has bowed to pressure from rivals and will let them compete for free to be the default search engine on Android devices in Europe, widening a pledge to EU antitrust regulators two years ago.
French carmaker Renault said that it had been charged by prosecutors over claims it cheated on emission tests for diesel vehicles for several years, a scandal that has rocked rivals across the industry.
The US Senate has passed a bill to boost its tech industry. The bill aims to invest over $200 billion in American technology and research in the next five years.
Dutch judges said that the investigation into the crash of Malaysian flight MH17 over war-torn Ukraine in 2014 showed that a Russian-made BUK missile must have been responsible.
The new Israeli government is implementing a historic resolution. The Egalitarian prayer section will be created at the southern end of the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Tourism is one of the biggest industries of the Kashmir Valley and it has been incurring losses in crores due to the pandemic. The UT's tourism department along with the health department has launched a mission to vaccinate each individual related to this industry.
The Biden administration announced a series of steps it will take in order to strengthen critical US supply chains, building up domestic manufacturing capabilities for key products. US President Joe Biden in February ordered a 100-day interagency review of domestic supply chains.
India's health ministry has revamped the prescribed treatment for COVID-19 patients. According to the new guidelines, the use of ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, antiviral favipiravir, doxycycline, zinc, and vitamins have been completely scrapped.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that hundreds of US sanctions will remain on Iran even if the United States rejoins the 2015 nuclear accord. Blinken said the sanctions will remain in place until Iran's behaviour changes.