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How worried should we be about monkeypox? - podcast

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An outbreak of monkeypox in the UK is ‘significant and concerning’, but for now it poses a low risk to the public, says science editor Ian Sample How to listen to podcasts: e...

A travesty in Turkey: the Gezi Park trials

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Eight human rights activists have been given long prison sentences for anti-government protests in Turkey. Sami Kent reports How to listen to podcasts: alles wat jy nodig het...

The nurses getting huge bills for quitting the NHS – podcast

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International nurses working for NHS trusts are being trapped in their jobs by clauses in their contracts that require them to pay thousands of pounds if they try to leave. Shanti Das reports ...

The destruction of Gran Chaco, forgotten sister of the Amazon rainforest – podcast

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From deep inside Gran Chaco, a dry tropical forest in Argentina one and a half times the size of California, comes a wake-up call for the world’s forests. We’ve lost more than a fifth of this incredibly biodiverse reg...

Florida’s ‘don’t say gay’ bill – podcast

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Florida’s legislature has introduced a bill that would allow parents to sue school districts if they consider lessons to not be ‘age-appropriate’ How to listen to podcasts: e...

Putin’s dilemma: what is his next move in Ukraine? – podcast

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Vladimir Putin’s Victory Day speech revealed a man facing one of the biggest decisions of his presidency: to escalate or de-escalate the war in Ukraine. Andrew Roth reports H...

How senior GOP figures tried to oust Trump: Politics Weekly America podcast

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This week Jonathan Freedland speaks to Jonathan Martin of the New York Times after the publication of his new book This Will Not Pass and what he and his co-author Alexander Burns unearthed about events behind the sce...

The fight for the right to roam in the English countryside – podcast

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A campaign to widen access to the English countryside is gathering momentum. Egter, as Helena Horton reports from a mass trespass event in Devon, there is little sign the government is willing to budge ...

Why are so many journalists being killed in Mexico? – podcast

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The death of Mexican crime reporter Margarito Martinez shocked his friends and colleagues in Tijuana. Tom Phillips reports on how the Mexican president’s verbal attacks on the press are putting its country’s journalis...

Putin’s dilemma: what is his next move in Ukraine? – Podcast

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Vladimir Putin’s Victory Day speech revealed a man facing one of the biggest decisions of his presidency: to escalate or de-escalate the war in Ukraine. Andrew Roth reports H...

What does Sinn Féin’s win mean for Northern Ireland? - podcast

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The Irish nationalist party Sinn Féin won the most seats in the Northern Ireland assembly last week for the first time. Rory Carroll explains what happens now How to listen t...

The Division: New Orleans – part four – podcast

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The division begins to reinvestigate Kuantay Reeder’s case, discovering new evidence that could hold the key to his freedom. The Guardian’s US southern bureau chief, Oliver Laughland, goes to interview Harry Connick, ...

The Division: New Orleans – part three – podcast

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In 2020 a change comes to New Orleans. The city elects Jason Williams, a progressive Black prosecutor who promises to reckon with the past. One of the first things he does is set up a civil rights division, led by Emi...

The Division: New Orleans – part two – podcast

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In 1995, Kuantay Reeder is sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison for a crime he says he didn’t commit. He spends years doing hard labour in the fields of the prison, and trying to have his conviction overt...

The Division: New Orleans – part one – podcast

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The Guardian’s US southern bureau chief, Oliver Laughland, has spent the past six months following what happened when a progressive Black district attorney called Jason Williams was elected in Louisiana, the heart of ...

Walls, ‘gates’ and Britain’s local elections – podcast

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Whether its a focus on the ‘red wall’ or the ‘blue wall’, Partygate or Tractorgate, local elections are an important guide to the prospects of the national government and opposition alike, says Heather Stewart ...

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