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The Response is a podcast series from Shareable.net exploring how to build collective resilience in the wake of disasters The podcast is part of a broader series from Shareable which includes a documentary film, articles, and a book. Find out more at www.shareable.net/the-response
 
Music and Politics. Polyrical is a soundtrack for the resistance. A Topical Solution for the political revolution. Music to support the people challenging the current social and political power structures. Comfort the afflicted, afflict the comfortable.
 
Risk dictates modern society. How we interact with one another and technology is mediated through clashes of ideas and personalities across the media landscape. The Risktopic Podcast is an exploration of some of these issues, underpinned by observations from a PhD student studying Risk reporting.
 
Cities are becoming increasingly unliveable for most people. Costs are rising but incomes are not. Sky-high rents, evictions, homelessness, and substandard housing are common realities for urban dwellers across the planet. There is a global housing crisis. How did this basic human right get so lost? Who is pushing people out of their homes and cities, and what’s being done to pushback? On the heels of the release of the award-winning documentary, PUSH, filmmaker, Fredrik Gertten and Leilani ...
 
Ian Wright is on a journey of discovery, searching for those positive role models that walk amongst us in everyday life. The real life champions that come in all shapes and sizes, from all walks of life - this podcast captures him meeting and learning from these inspirational, everyday people. Ian is a goalscoring hero and football legend - a much loved and positive role model across the UK, adored for his openness, vulnerability and of course his cheeky sense of humour, all of which you wil ...
 
CIBSE publishes Guidance and Codes which provide best practice advice and are internationally recognised as authoritative design guidance for building services. The CIBSE Knowledge Portal, which makes Guidance available online to all CIBSE members, is the leading systematic engineering resource for the building services sector
 
Welcome to Coffee with Dani, host @missionworldie (Dani) here! I sit down with London + New York's most talented Females from startup owners to #dreamjob holders. Find out how they go to where they are today, and learn from their tips and tricks! We talk all things politics, sex, dating, side hustle and everything else with being a young lady in these city streets. Subscribe and join the conversation today!
 
The media is powered by primary sources. People who were there. People who saw it. People who lived it. Now with a camera in every pocket, phone footage is powering the press. From warzones to wildfires, every person is a cameraman filming one angle of a worldwide documentary. Source Material presents world events through the recordings of those who lived it. Cut out the host, cut out the reporter, and hear the Source Material for yourself. Source Material is a multimedia project that takes ...
 
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Central Health holds vaccination clinics to help battle Covid-19, Gander Airport CEO encouraged by federal assistance package for Air Canada, Qalipu band member who was kicked off the list is upset with Ottawa for cutting off membership talks, and Grenfell Campus theatre students take their show off the stage and perform it online.…
 
Grenfell Tower ‘a landmark act of discrimination against disabled and vulnerable people’. The inquiry was presented with opening statements for Module 3 of the inquiry. This section will examine the management of Grenfell Tower, including the fire risk assessments carried out and how residents’ complaints were dealt with. Legal representatives for …
 
How'd it get so bad you ask?It's been burnin' for a whileYou say it's in the eye of the beholderWell I'll just go and checkNo it ain't no chip up on my shoulderThat's your boot up on my neck-Chris Pierce, It’s Been Burning for a WhileKill the Bill | Lee Brickley : Surveillance Capitalism | Evan Greer : Spotify is SurveillanceLike Sparkle Dust | Joh…
 
The NL Federation of School Councils reacts to high school students and teachers having to adjust to changing combinations of in-class and online learning. The two-week delay in the re-opening of the Atlantic Bubble means a student may have to wait months to get home to Gillams this spring, and the project manager reacts to news that the caribou mo…
 
For 14-year-old Parker Matchim of Gander, knowing his family lineage has become a bit of an obsession. He's done his family tree, questioned his relatives, and researched online. Now he's sharing what he's found on a new Facebook page - "Ancestors of Eastport, Happy Adventure, and Sandy Cove."
 
It’s a family affair this week as the Filmmaker and the Advocate are joined by The Shift team and PUSHBACK Talk supporters to try out the popular new app Clubhouse. The episode exposes what it takes for a small (but mighty) team of six to pursue The Shift’s goal: to build a global movement to secure the right to housing. The discussion turns to a b…
 
A vaccine gets paused over rare blood clots. Fergus dives into the studio (and dives out of his local indoor pool) to explain what’s going on with the Johnson & Johnson jab. And Adam chats to James May about driving tests, driving programmes and driving out Covid-19! Today’s Newscast was made by Sam Bonham with Danny Wittenberg and Ben Cooper. The …
 
Steve Bell is a singer, songwriter, poet, teacher and a living legend in the music industry. He joins the Tent to talk about making beautiful things during an ugly time, rediscovering the gospel, and what he did (and did not) learn from protest folk rocker Bruce Cockburn. We also talk about the political theology running throughout his latest album…
 
Bay of Islands residents rush to take voluntary Covid-19 tests after a small cluster of cases emerges, constitutional lawyer says NDP's court challenge to have all results of the NL election thrown out is unlikely to succeed, City of Corner Brook says fewer accidents and better traffic flow are good reasons to support the new roundabout, and a 14-y…
 
Stacey Alexander of Corner Brook, NL hasn't been well since February 2020. Up until then, she was a healthy, active person, but now she believes she's suffering the after effects of COVID-19. The condition is often called long COVID, or long haul COVID - but Alexander was never diagnosed with the virus.…
 
Meet Lizzie Carr, an environmentalist and adventurer going the distance to keep our waterways clean. After surviving cancer Lizzie took up paddle boarding to support her recovery. But while out on the waterways she made a shocking discovery that would change the course of her life. Find our how a paddle board enthusiast initiated a global movement …
 
Centreville-Wareham-Trinity will soon be home to the "Dr. Janice Fitzgerald HOLD FAST Lookout," conservationists say a new ATV trail on the west coast could pose a threat to one of the province's last wild rivers, Gander man helps recycling company collect coffee cup lids and bread tabs, and central Newfoundland man wins Percy Janes First Novel Awa…
 
Who would think that going out to a football match to support your favourite team with family and friends could potentially turn fatal? After all, it's something that a lot of people do every weekend during football season. But when thousands of people watched their teams play at Ibrox in 1971 and Valley Parade Stadium in 1985, many would not get t…
 
Weather station on top of Marble Mountain will shut for a year as Doppler radar facility is replaced, public interest group of health care researchers will consult cancer patients and their families, NL fisheries union says lack of competition could cause crab harvesters to sell catches in NS, and forest fire expert says lack of runoff water could …
 
Kris Mason and ko tell all. We get into a lot of different questions on Newscast today... What were Rishi Sunak and David Cameron texting about? What can the Kardashians tell us about the modern world? And what is really happening in Northern Ireland? Sara Canning, whose partner Lyra McKee was killed in riots in Derry two years ago, explains how sh…
 
Gros Morne National Park will consult with the public about whether a spruce budworm control program should take place there, provincial Kennel Club warns people to beware of con artists who claim to be selling puppies, and a former Newfoundland crab fisherman - who is now a buyer in Nova Scotia - encourages NL fish harvesters to land their catches…
 
The Filmmaker and the Advocate take listeners of this episode of PUSHBACK Talks into the real world – one where $$ money $$ is the principle value and corruption and kleptocracy the means of acquisition. Few are better placed to expose the workings of corruption than Sarah Chayes – former NPR reporter, and senior adviser to government officials in …
 
Nalcor temporarily supplies electricity to paper mill in Corner Brook when water reservoir runs low, Hospitality NL applauds Marine Atlantic’s decision to halt rate increases this year, a big, orange, "flying saucer," attached to a helicopter, helps company search for gold, and a major link in the provincial T’Railway system - a trestle near Gambo …
 
For people obsessed with spiritual warfare, they are crucial concepts. But have you ever noticed how deeply political demons, angels, Satan and the Sons of God are? Now you will. Has anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.…
 
An issue arising from a car accident in Corner Brook in 2009 takes an unusual path to the Supreme Court of Canada, and a NAV CANADA spokesperson explains why air traffic controllers in Gander are losing their jobs. Cross country skiers in NL answered an invitation to a virtual marathon recently - and wowed the organizers - and comedian Mike Lynch w…
 
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