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  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • A brand new political podcast from Ireland's two best-known independent left wing MEPs, straight from the belly of the EU beast. Unfiltered by mainstream media they grapple with the problems at the very heart of the European project.

  • In a pivotal year for the United States, democracy and global affairs, Britain's biggest podcast, The Rest Is Politics, launches stateside with Katty Kay and Anthony Scaramucci.

    The Rest Is Politics: US uncovers the secrets from inside the Biden and Trump inner circles, as well as taking a wider look at the intricacies of US society and how they shape the world's most important economy.

    New episodes released every Friday. The Rest Is Politics: UK, with Rory Stewart and Alastair Campbell, is released twice-weekly.

  • Gerard Deane and Paul Gosling host a new series of podcasts - explainers of some of the challenging issues that our society faces of promoting a wider, more inclusive and engaged conversation about how we make progress and further solidify peace and create a genuinely shared and integrated society in Northern Ireland. Holywell Trust is curating a discussion that is mutually respectful, forward focused and positive. The podcast considers the real challenges that Northern Ireland's society faces in the coming years and begins to arrive at practical and honest approaches to address these.

  • 2024 is going to be the year of elections, in Ireland, the UK, US and the European Union. In Path to Power, experienced broadcasters Matt Cooper and Ivan Yates bring their individual points of view to a lively weekly discussion that sets the agenda and examines all the issues.



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  • Tragedy, Murder, and Justice  We speak to victims of crime, some solved, some unsolved and some unresolved, and how their lives are forever changed and their continued search for justice.

  • A fortnightly podcast from the Spectator on the latest in Chinese politics, society, and more. From Huawei to Hong Kong, Cindy Yu talks to experts, journalists, and long time China-watchers on what you need to know about China.

  • A podcast dedicated to digital marketing and social media insights for government and public sector pros. Interviews with marketing and communications leaders working in government and public life as well as social media news and top tools and apps wrapped up in the hosts own musings about digital transformation in government communications.

    The Public Sector Marketing Show is hosted by Joanne Sweeney, founder of the Public Sector Marketing Institute and author of Public Sector Marketing Pro. Barack Obama’s former chief of digital described the book “as the handbook he needed in the White House.”

    Public Sector Marketing Institute offer accredited online training and coaching programmes that specialise in digital communications for public bodies and non-government organizations. They also host Europe’s only dedicated Public Sector Digital Marketing Summit.

    Joanne Sweeney is a subject matter expert in digital marketing for government and advises organisations across the world. A former broadcast journalist, Joanne loves being back behind the mic asking the questions and offering her own views.

    She works for Google and has spoken at Facebook, advises MEPs in the European Parliament and has spoken on digital citizenship at Twitter HQ in San Francisco.

    Joanne is a two-time author and her latest title was named in the best PR Book of 2020 list by Book Authority and it was also a finalist in Best Business Book category at the 2020 UK Business Book Awards.

    Find out more at https://publicsectormarketingpros.com/.

  • As the central resource for cities on the intersection of government, data, and innovation, the Data-Smart City Pod from Harvard University's Data-Smart City Solutions features leaders and experts in governance, innovation, and research.

  • New Thinking is a podcast about justice—and injustice—in America. It’s about the people working to fix a justice system that falls so short of our ideals, and the people organizing to build something new in its place. It’s hosted by Matt Watkins and produced by the Center for Justice Innovation (formerly Center for Court Innovation).

  • Brett and Nazim are two attorneys who hate being attorneys. Each week, they discuss current Supreme Court cases with the intent to make the law more accessible to the average person, while ruminating on what makes the law both frustrating and interesting. This podcast is not legal advice and is for entertainment purposes only. If anything you hear leads you to believe you need legal advice, please contact an attorney immediately

  • ‘Across the Spectrum' is a podcast series hosted by Forum Global to run alongside The Global Spectrum Series - the world’s largest collection of regional spectrum policy conferences. In each episode, speakers from our events will unpick discussions that have taken place during the various panels and sessions, expanding on some of the most prominent issues that have been raised. Join us as our panel of experts explore the major spectrum management and licencing issues for different regions, and what these mean for key spectrum stakeholders everywhere!

  • Ballot Battleground: Nevada is a show where we take deep dives into the issues, people, policies and debates shaping politics in our critical swing state. Many voters find themselves confused or overwhelmed when they walk into the voting booth. Our goal is to explain the issues that matter most to everyday Nevadans so they're fully informed before casting their ballot.

  • Survivors is a haven for people and stories that need to be heard. This series explores the resilience of individuals who have overcome adversity. Their endeavours range from confronting personal fears to impacting community change. Each episode is a testament to the strength of the human spirit, an echo of our collective resilience. It's more than a series; it's a movement, a remedy to despair, a beacon of hope.



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  • The Irish Defence Forces Podcast aims to provide interesting content on all aspects of the Irish military. It is a production of the Defence Forces Public Relations Branch.

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  • “ADCG on Privacy & Cybersecurity” podcast brings together leaders in the privacy and cybersecurity arenas to discuss a wide range of issues ranging from the proposed federal and state regulations to best practices and standards for compliance. Data is the lifeblood of the U.S. economy and economic competitiveness issues loom large. The objective of the podcast is to bring cutting-edge views and newsworthy information on privacy and cybersecurity to our listening audience. The podcast series is global in scope, bringing in issues from the EU, UK, Russia, China, Australia, New Zealand, India, Canada, and around the world.

  • SVP Radio (Ireland) explores themes and topics that are relevant to Members of the Society of St Vincent de Paul in Ireland. We hope the conversations are also of interest to the public.


    Please email [email protected] with feedback and/or comments.


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  • The Community Development Institute (better known as CDI) has been the go-to resource for community and economic development training in the Mid-South since 1987. At CDI, community leaders learn the skills and strategies they need to make an immediate, positive impact on their community. On the CDI podcast, we are expanding our reach by connecting with community leaders and citizens to explore a broad range of community and economic development topics and engage in real conversations with leaders across the state of Arkansas and beyond.

  • The Pig Edge is Teagasc's podcast for pig farmers.

    Presented by Amy Quinn, each episode covers the news, advice and information to keep pig farmers up to date.

    Visit the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/pigs/the-pig-edge-podcast/

  • In the Chair, the Governance Forum podcast, is hosted by Tom Ward. Tom chats with highly experienced and profile senior office holders in public bodies and public benefit entities (e.g. as Chair, Chief Executive) to explore their experiences, insights and lessons learned but equally to reflect on the human side of occupying a senior position and the pressures, stresses and perhaps joy that can arise.

    www.governance.ie 

  • The Europe Direct Centre at Blanchardstown Library is your starting point for finding information about the EU. The centre provides access to material covering a wide variety of topics, including:

    • General information about how the EU works.
    • Information about the various EU institutions and agencies.
    • The latest news about EU affairs and events.
    • Information about citizen rights in the EU.

    The Europe Direct Centre at Blanchardstown Library is part of a network of similar centres across the European Union. Contact us at [email protected]