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Alta Italia Heritage is a podcast dedicated to the stories of the Italian Cultural Heritage, with a particular focus on Northern Italy's heritage (architectural heritage; archaeological heritage; historical-artistic heritage; intangible heritage; practices and theoretical frameworks for managing cultural heritage; community-engagement and people-centred approaches to heritage management). The records are in ITALIAN language.
 
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Following the headlines of recent years, you might be forgiven for thinking the problem of sex and power can be solved just by thinking about consent. But what if consent was only the beginning, not the final answer, to the question of desire? What would it mean to face the intractability and difficulty of sexual politics without seeking easy solut…
 
Does the right actually care about free speech? Why do many think Britain has a unique history of defending freedom of expression when evidence suggests otherwise? And why should free speech matter to the left? Aaron Bastani speaks to the editor of Tribune magazine, Ronan Burtenshaw.By Novara Media
 
Does the right actually care about free speech? Why do many think Britain has a unique history of defending freedom of expression when evidence suggests otherwise? And why should free speech matter to the left? Aaron Bastani speaks to the editor of Tribune magazine, Ronan Burtenshaw.By Novara Media
 
Can the BBC be trusted to fight for its own survival? Television has become ground zero in the reactionary backlash against liberal norms and, for some reason, current affairs comedy has found itself in the crosshairs. This week on Downstream, Ash Sarkar meets Nish Kumar – comedian and host of The Mash Report – to talk about how he became the accid…
 
Can the BBC be trusted to fight for its own survival? Television has become ground zero in the reactionary backlash against liberal norms and, for some reason, current affairs comedy has found itself in the crosshairs. This week on Downstream, Ash Sarkar meets Nish Kumar – comedian and host of The Mash Report – to talk about how he became the accid…
 
Nadia Idle, Keir Milburn and Jeremy Gilbert explore the political power of desire from the storming of the Capitol to the millenarian strands of Corbynism, with music from Portishead and the Au Pairs. Music: Portishead – Glory Box / Tricky – Makes Me Wanna Die / Alton McClain & Destiny – Crazy Love / Alternative TV – Love Lies Limp / The Au Pairs –…
 
Nadia Idle, Keir Milburn and Jeremy Gilbert explore the political power of desire from the storming of the Capitol to the millenarian strands of Corbynism, with music from Portishead and the Au Pairs. Music: Portishead – Glory Box / Tricky – Makes Me Wanna Die / Alton McClain & Destiny – Crazy Love / Alternative TV – Love Lies Limp / The Au Pairs –…
 
Nadia Idle, Keir Milburn and Jeremy Gilbert explore the political power of desire from the storming of the Capitol to the millenarian strands of Corbynism, with music from Portishead and the Au Pairs.Music: Portishead - Glory Box / Tricky - Makes Me Wanna Die / Alton McClain & Destiny - Crazy Love / Alternative TV - Love Lies Limp / The Au Pairs - …
 
The health secretary has announced that arrivals from ‘red zone’ countries will need to quarantine in hotels for ten days at a cost of £1,750. Labour are demanding a more comprehensive blanket policy approach. In a bid to look tough, Matt Hancock has threatened 10 years in jail for anyone who lies on a passenger locator form. Are the Tories more in…
 
What can the Apollo missions teach us about dealing with the major crises of the 21st century? And why are politicians so eager to dwell on caricatures of the public rather than engage in problem-solving - from climate change to housing and education?Aaron Bastani speaks to author and academic Mariana Mazzucato to find out.…
 
What can the Apollo missions teach us about dealing with the major crises of the 21st century? And why are politicians so eager to dwell on caricatures of the public rather than engage in problem-solving – from climate change to housing and education? Aaron Bastani speaks to author and academic Mariana Mazzucato to find out.…
 
The health secretary has announced that arrivals from ‘red zone’ countries will need to quarantine in hotels for ten days at a cost of £1,750. Labour are demanding a more comprehensive blanket policy approach. In a bid to look tough, Matt Hancock has threatened 10 years in jail for anyone who lies on a passenger locator form. Are the Tories more in…
 
Nadia Idle speaks to psychosexual therapist and writer Tabitha Bast about dating and desire. They discuss the changing dynamics of dating, how to build romantic resilience, the politics of swiping right and more. Tabitha is a qualified psychosexual therapist who works privately and through a charity, currently conducting her sessions online. She wa…
 
Nadia Idle speaks to psychosexual therapist and writer Tabitha Bast about dating and desire. They discuss the changing dynamics of dating, how to build romantic resilience, the politics of swiping right and more. Tabitha is a qualified psychosexual therapist who works privately and through a charity, currently conducting her sessions online. She wa…
 
Nadia Idle speaks to psychosexual therapist and writer Tabitha Bast about dating and desire. They discuss the changing dynamics of dating, how to build romantic resilience, the politics of swiping right and more. Tabitha is a qualified psychosexual therapist who works privately and through a charity, currently conducting her sessions online. She wa…
 
Nadia Idle, Keir Milburn and Jeremy Gilbert return to talk about the power and potential of crowds – from mobs and marches to mesmeric leaders and terrace anthems, with music from the Joubert Singers, Sham 69 and more.Music: The Polyphonic Spree – Light and Day / The Joubert Singers – Stand On The Word / Pink Floyd - Fearless / Sham 69 – The Kids a…
 
Nadia Idle speaks to Turkish journalist and author Ece Temelkuran about the potency of crowds. Reflecting on their experiences in Tahrir Square and Gezi Park, they talk about feeling powerful in political demonstrations, why raves might be infantilising rather than inspiring, and how Covid-19 has put an end to free assembly.Books: Ece Temelkuran – …
 
The Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine is already being rolled out in the UK, and is the most ordered jab in the developing world. However, this weekend results from trials suggest the vaccine is ineffective against the South African strain of the virus. How big a blow is this news to the global fight against coronavirus? We ask Professor of Virology and I…
 
The Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine is already being rolled out in the UK, and is the most ordered jab in the developing world. However, this weekend results from trials suggest the vaccine is ineffective against the South African strain of the virus. How big a blow is this news to the global fight against coronavirus? We ask Professor of Virology and I…
 
Once, it was enough just to work. Now everyone – from self-help gurus to employment counsellors, from superstar artists to glassy-eyed Silicon Valley CEOs – tells us we have to love it as well. Why? When did this change happen? And what should we love, if not work? Sarah Jaffe has reported for years on work and workers' organisation on both sides o…
 
A year after the World Health Organisation declared Covid-19 a pandemic, with Britain enduring more than 100,000 deaths since, major questions remain unanswered. Why was the response of the UK among the worst in the world? How is it possible that the death toll of countries in Europe and North America is so much higher than poorer countries such as…
 
A year after the World Health Organisation declared Covid-19 a pandemic, with Britain enduring more than 100,000 deaths since, major questions remain unanswered. Why was the response of the UK among the worst in the world? How is it possible that the death toll of countries in Europe and North America is so much higher than poorer countries such as…
 
The last few years have heralded the rise of the influencer: social media users who have, in essence, found a way to get paid for being themselves on the internet. But has this commodification of the self poisoned the public sphere? Or are we witnessing the end of gatekeeping - and the beginnings of a new, more democratic kind of celebrity? Moya Lo…
 
FOLLOW&SHARE ON INSTAGRAM/FACEBOOK: @altaitaliaheritage SOUNDTRACK: Midnight Stroll [Relaxing Study Music] by Ghostrifter Official https://soundcloud.com/ghostrifter-official Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/2CFc6KR Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/DHo1pPMvXd…
 
The last few years have heralded the rise of the influencer: social media users who have, in essence, found a way to get paid for being themselves on the internet. But has this commodification of the self poisoned the public sphere? Or are we witnessing the end of gatekeeping – and the beginnings of a new, more democratic kind of celebrity? Moya Lo…
 
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