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The UK’s energy bill crisis – podcast

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Big oil companies are making record profits while consumer energy bills soar. We spoke to finance reporter Jasper Jolly to find out why How to listen to podcasts: todo ...

What next for al-Qaida after the killing of al-Zawahiri? - pódcast

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Senior international affairs correspondent Emma Graham-Harrison and Africa correspondent Jason Burke explore what the killing of al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri will mean for the terrorist group and its future in Af...

The Tory leadership race and the ghost of Margaret Thatcher – podcast

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Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee identifies how Tory leadership candidates Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak have channelled the former prime minister, and what it says about the Conservative party in 2022 ...

The UK’s energy bill crisis – podcast

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Big oil companies are making record profits while consumer energy bills soar. We spoke to finance reporter Jasper Jolly to find out why How to listen to podcasts: todo ...

The deadly consequences of Britain’s lockdown drinking – podcast

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What will the cost be of our lockdown drinking habits? A University of Sheffield study has estimated England could have up to 25,000 excess deaths over the next 20 years How ...

Revisión de Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder: los desafortunados presentadores de podcasts juegan a los detectives

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Las mejores amigas de por vida Kathy y Stella son las anfitrionas obsesionadas con los asesinatos del podcast sobre crímenes reales menos exitoso de Yorkshire. Y las cosas no se ven muy bien. Sus carreras son inexistentes., sus familias están preocupadas ...

What next for al-Qaida after the killing of al-Zawahiri? - pódcast

11 Puntos de vista0 Comentarios

Senior international affairs correspondent Emma Graham-Harrison and Africa correspondent Jason Burke explore what the killing of al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri will mean for the terrorist group and its future in Af...

The rehabilitation of Mohammed bin Salman – podcast

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Middle East correspondent Martin Chulov discusses how the Saudi crown prince has been re-embraced on the world stage, four years after the killing of Jamal Khashoggi How to l...

The Tory leadership race and the ghost of Margaret Thatcher – podcast

9 Puntos de vista0 Comentarios

Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee identifies how Tory leadership candidates Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak have channelled the former prime minister, and what it says about the Conservative party in 2022 ...

viruela del simio: are we reacting fast enough to the crisis? – pódcast

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There are around 2,600 confirmed cases of monkeypox in the UK, with gay and bisexual men most at risk of becoming infected. Dr Will Nutland on the response so far How to list...

The deadly consequences of Britain’s lockdown drinking – podcast

13 Puntos de vista0 Comentarios

What will the cost be of our lockdown drinking habits? A University of Sheffield study has estimated England could have up to 25,000 excess deaths over the next 20 years How ...

The rehabilitation of Mohammed bin Salman – podcast

13 Puntos de vista0 Comentarios

Middle East correspondent Martin Chulov discusses how the Saudi crown prince has been re-embraced on the world stage, four years after the killing of Jamal Khashoggi How to l...

viruela del simio: are we reacting fast enough to the crisis? – pódcast

11 Puntos de vista0 Comentarios

There are around 2,600 confirmed cases of monkeypox in the UK, with gay and bisexual men most at risk of becoming infected. Dr Will Nutland on the response so far How to list...

The deadly consequences of Britain’s lockdown drinking – podcast

13 Puntos de vista0 Comentarios

What will the cost be of our lockdown drinking habits? A University of Sheffield study has estimated England could have up to 25,000 excess deaths over the next 20 years How ...

James Lovelock and the legacy of his Gaia hypothesis – podcast

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James Lovelock, the creator of the Gaia hypothesis, died last Tuesday on his 103rd birthday. Known as something of a maverick, the scientist and inventor was one of the most influential thinkers of the past century. O ...

The rehabilitation of Mohammed bin Salman – podcast

11 Puntos de vista0 Comentarios

Middle East correspondent Martin Chulov discusses how the Saudi crown prince has been re-embraced on the world stage, four years after the killing of Jamal Khashoggi How to l...

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