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Costly defence of Australia against...

This is the first investor-state dispute that has been brought against Australia.(La gigante tabacalera contraataca por la política de cajetillas simples en un tribunal de Singapur) ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 08:15 AM


Today's business with Simon Ja...

Cost-cutting at Barclays Bank and the future of Twitter

07/29/2015 at 07:00 AM


Regional Visas: a very good alterna...

Australia offers several alternatives to settle in the country and one that is rarely discussed are regional visas. We talked about the types of regional visas and the possibilities of each option.  (Australia ofrece varias alternativas para radicarse en el país y una de las que poco se habla es de las visas regionales. Hablamos sobre los tipos de visas regionales y las posibilidades de cada uno de ellos.  ) ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 05:45 AM


Week to Week Political Roundtable a...

Debra J. Saunders, Columnist, San Francisco Chronicle; “Token Conservative” Blogger, SFGate.com; Twitter @debrajsaunders Daniel Borenstein, Columnist and Editorial Writer, Contra Costa Times, Oakland Tribune; Twitter @borensteindan Josh Richman, State and National Politics Reporter, Bay Area News Group; Political Blogger, ibabuzz.com/politics; Twitter @Josh_Richman Join us as we explore the biggest, most controversial, and sometimes the surprising political issues with expert commentary by panelists who are smart, are civil, and hav... ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 05:02 AM


#675 - Kirik Jenness & Chri...

Kirik Jenness & Chris Palmquist run the premiere martial arts website on the internet. http://mixedmartialarts.com ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 05:00 AM


Comics Edition #80: Ed Brubaker

Ed Brubaker, the writer/creator of Velvet and The Fade Out, the man who brought back Bucky and created the Winter Soldier, talks about his process, his on-screen appearance in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and lots more. Recorded at WonderCon on April 4, 2015   ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 05:00 AM


The Big Fat Surprise

Since the 1950s, a war has been waged in America against an accused dietary culprit: fat. Avoid fat, we were told, and you’ll live longer and healthier... ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 04:45 AM


Appendicites in Children

Acute appendicitis has been up to now a condition that requires hospitalization and surgery, because if it is not treated on time can lead to very serious consequences. Now and as part of the research in Pediatrics at the Murdoch Institute of A...(La apendicitis aguda ha sido hasta ahora una condición que requiere hospitalización y cirugía, pues si no se trata a tiempo puede llevar a consecuencias muy graves. Ahora y como parte de las investigaciones en pediatría del Instituto Murdoch de Australia, se ha llegado a la conclusión que en... ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 04:30 AM


Sam Lee: A Trailblazer For The Trad...

Sam Lee is much more than a musician - he's a storyteller. In "Blackbird," from his latest album The Fade In Time, his deep croons and intricate vocals breathe life into forgotten stories, drawing you into a colorful and heart-wrenching world. The album title is appropriate, since he collects traditional English songs and repurposes them for a new place and time.  Not many traditional English folk singers came from North London, studied at Chelsea School of Art and worked as a forager and wilderness expert during the day and... ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 03:45 AM


Criminal justice reform

Over the last 40 years, America's approach to criminal justice has become more punitive with federal and state legislation focused on longer sentences for both violent and non-violent offenders. Now our prisons are overflowing and have fewer programs for rehabilitation and education. Recidivism rates are high. ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 03:45 AM


Teen pregnancy and birth control

The teen pregnancy rate in the U.S. is a lot higher than other developed countries - 3 out of 10 girls under the age of 20 gets pregnant. But recent studies have found that providing long-acting birth control to sexually active teens - things like IUDs - can significantly reduce that rate. Colorado brought their teen pregnancy rate down by 40%. ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 03:45 AM


Hunting Africa's Animals

Hunters and conservationists discuss the deliberate killing of Cecil, one of Africa's most famous lions, in Zimbabwe earlier this month. Plus the best of #IfAfricaWasABar as Africans trade jokes and national stereotypes Picture: Cecil the lion had a distinctive black mane (Credit Paula French) ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 03:30 AM


Visions of Fire, Part 2 (Encore Nov...

Ideas about fire, domesticated and wild, past and present, bringer of life and death and life again. This "fire opera" by Max Allen features fire historian Stephen Pyne with a chorus of fire enthusiasts and fire fighters. ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 03:30 AM


Taking Great Photos On Vacation Or ...

Professional photographers give us the latest on cameras, smart phones and shooting tips for great vacation photos this summer -- and every day. ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 03:00 AM


Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 - Hour 1

Stories from this broadcast: Illinois Budget Impasse Puts Pressure On State-Funded Programs; 'Lion-Like' Animal Roaming The Streets Of Milwaukee; Shamir: From Country To Pop; Drought Leads To Stressed Out Salmon In Northwest Rivers; China Stocks Continue To Tumble; Mexican Authorities Report On Mass Grave Discoveries; Twitter's Search For Stability ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 02:46 AM


Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 - Hour 2

Stories from this broadcast: Killer Robots Could Destroy Humanity (So Let's Stop That From Happening, OK?); Religious Groups Upset Over Boy Scouts' Decision To Lift Ban On Gay Leaders; The Risks And Rewards Of Hummingbird Rescue; Ford Profits Jump 44 Percent Amid Strong North America Sales; The Benefits Of State-Of-The-Art Airports; For Arizona Mining Towns, A Diverse Economy Is A Good Economy; What's The Best Way To Deal With Feral Cats? ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 02:46 AM


342 ND Should Added Sugar be on the...

Proposed changes to the Nutrition Facts label include a separate line for added sugars. Critics argue that all sugars are the same. Who is right? ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 01:45 AM


369 GID How to find a romantic part...

They say that like attracts like ... and that opposites attract. But like what? And opposite whats? Knowing how your brain works gives you the insight you need to find a compatible partner of the appropriate gender(s). Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/1exAw8e ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 01:45 AM


The Search for Tiny Libraries in Ne...

The tiny libraries dotting the New Zealand countryside providing books for local readers

07/29/2015 at 01:30 AM


Sideshow Podcast: How 'Kung Fu...

Kung Fury is every 80s action film you've ever watched and dreamed of, packed into a ridiculous, rollicking, fully retro 30 minutes. It’s about a renegade cop in 1985 Miami who gets hacked back in time to kill Hitler, of course. But really it's about reveling in synth-pop, mullets, awesome jackets, and all things silly about cinema. David Sandberg, a 29-year-old Swedish filmmaker, wanted to make something that would live up to a child's wildest dreams of what a movie should be. "When you look at movie posters from the 80s, it'... ...More Less

07/29/2015 at 01:15 AM

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