We managed to grab Ashlee from zero2hero to have a quick chat about the work that they do. To find out more, check them out here: http://zero2hero.com.au/. Don't forget to check us out at bit.ly/cbcradio.
This instrumental rework of our beloved National Anthem is a tribute to our great Nation, INDIA and her Brave Soldiers and Fallen Heroes who have laid down their lives and for those continue to serve selflessly to protect us.
What makes you an anti-national? Eating beef? Asking the government for details on the surgical strike? Or running an interview with the opposition leader? Recently, NDTV chose to ride the nationalistic wave, along with other channels, and dropped Barkha Dutt’s interview with former home & finance minister P Chidambaram declaring: ‘India above politics’. Hartosh Singh Bal, political editor of The Caravan, joins this episode of Hafta and tells us why news organisations taking such a stance is dangerous for journalism. Abhinandan Sekhri, Madhu Trehan, Anand Ranganathan and Manisha Pande along with our guest discuss why media is not wrong in asking for details of the surgical strike. They also discuss if debates on triple talaq should be separated from the one on Uniform Civil Code. All this & a lot more on this episode of NL Hafta.
For Reference, please visit: http://www.newslaundry.com/2016/10/14/hafta-89-what-makes-you-an-anti-national/
Poets Kendel Hippolyte and Flo Reynolds talk on the pod about Kendel's career, taking in his work on page and stage, sharing tips and techniques for poets and considering the responsibilities - and obligations of artists to society.
Hosted by Simon Jones and Steph McKenna.
Find out more at https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk
Music by Bennet Maples.
In this episode, Sean and Jake discuss LCD Soundsystem's highly anticipated new album "American Dream." Segments include Mount Rushmore of 2000s artists, Trim the Fat of Radiohead's "Hail to the Thief," and Reccomendations of the week.
This week on Mel & Floyd: Walker Steps on That Puppy [Figuratively] in Green Bay; German Tabloid Publishes Putin’s Old Stasi Membership Card; Cutoff of Russian Funds Forces NRA to Forego Free Coffee; Theresa May’s Brexit Problem; US Military Giving Free Fuel to [wait for it] Saudi Arabia!; Turkey Leads in Imprisoning Journalists; A Visit from Gladys; and NOT A SINGLE WORD About Monkeys!
This edition of T-Wolf Talk examines the ongoing issue of teacher shortages both nation-wide and in the State of Colorado. Ted Johnson Executive Director of Continuous Improvement and Innovation for Pueblo City Schools (D60) and Jeremiah Blaha, the Director of Student Teaching and Experimental Programming for CSU-Pueblo, discussed the need for qualified teachers in rural communities and what efforts are being done locally to address the nation-wide teacher shortage.