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Imprisoned for being HIV positive | podcast

theguardian.com > news > audio > dec

..."The police come to my job, they're telling me that this gentleman that I had dated is pressing charges on me because I didn't tell him I was HIV positive.". Lashanda Salinas faced criminal charges in Tennessee after her former partner accused her of exposing him to the HIV virus.... ...Edwin Barnard, the Executive Director of the HIV Justice Network, tells Hannah Moore how these laws, often relics of the 1980s before medication was available, are a danger to public health....

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'A possible extinction event': the UK's worst bird flu outbreak - podcast

theguardian.com > science > audio > dec

...And is the UK prepared to deal with another major animal disease outbreak?... ...Ian Sample speaks with Phoebe Weston, a biodiversity writer for the Guardian, and Paul Wigley, a professor in animal microbial ecosystems at the University of Bristol....

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Anthony Albanese and the new politics - with Katharine Murphy

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > dec

...Presented by Laura Murphy-Oates, reported by Katharine Murphy, produced by Jane Lee and Joe Koning, who also did the sound design and mixing. Executive producers Gabrielle Jackson, Molly Glassey and Laura Murphy-Oates.... ...The Guardian is editorially independent. And we want to keep our journalism open and accessible to all. But we increasingly need our readers to fund our work....

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From the archive: China's hi-tech war on its Muslim minority - podcast

theguardian.com > world > audio > nov

...Written by Darren Byler, read by Kelly Burke, originally produced by Simon Barnard and produced by with additions and scoring by Rachel Porter. The executive producer was Maz Ebtehaj....

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How far could China's "zero Covid" protests go?

theguardian.com > news > audio > nov

...The largest protests in a generation have erupted in cities across China against the government's harsh Covid restrictions and also, in some cases, the president himself, Xi Jinping....

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Wales wave goodbye as England wrap up first place in Group B - Football Daily

theguardian.com > football > audio > nov

...England beat Wales 3-0 to secure their place at the top of Group B, setting up a Round of 16 game against Senegal. It's the end of the road for Wales, and Elis James joins us to offer his perspective....

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Labor sits strong as the Liberals' soul-searching continues

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > nov

...Political editor Katharine Murphy is joined by Essential Media's Peter Lewis and the Australia Institute's Ebony Bennett to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll....

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How to fix Australia's insurance crisis

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > nov

...Laura Murphy-Oates speaks to reporter Christopher Knaus and insurance analyst Karl Mallon about how to fix Australia's insurance problem. The Guardian is editorially independent. And we want to keep our journalism open and accessible to all....

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The crypto-collapse: inside the crazy world of FTX - podcast

theguardian.com > news > audio > nov

...The cryptocurrency exchange FTX collapsed earlier this month, leaving billions of dollars unaccounted for. Alex Hern explores what happened and where the money went. For a time, it seemed that everything Sam Bankman-Fried touched turned to gold.... ...The Guardian's UK technology editor, Alex Hern, tells Hannah Moore that the rapid downfall of FTX is just the latest cautionary tale for those who have invested huge amounts of money -- and faith -- in cryptocurrencies....

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What are leap seconds, and why have we scrapped them? - podcast

theguardian.com > science > audio > nov

...Madeleine Finlay speaks to JT Janssen, the chief scientist at NPL, the National Physical Laboratory, about the differences between these two times, and what can go wrong when leap seconds are added to our clocks...

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