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favicon theguardian.com —  5+ hour, 36+ min ago

From the archive: Behemoth, bully, thief: how the English language is taking over the planet - podcast

theguardian.com > news > audio > jan

We are raiding the Audio Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors.No language in history has dominated the world quite like English does today. Is there any point in resisting? By Jacob Mikanowski• Read the text version here Continue reading......

favicon theguardian.com —  7+ hour, 36+ min ago

On the frontline of the cost of living crisis

theguardian.com > news > audio > jan

Households across the UK will see rising prices and stalling wages strain their budgets in the year ahead, money and consumer editor Hilary Osborne reports. Some families are already feeling the pinchIt’s being called “the year of the squeeze”: thanks to stagnating wages, rising costs of consumer goods, and increases in energy tariffs, plus changes in government measures, the cost of living is set to increase sharply in 2022. “The months ahead will not be easy for households who see their wages fall back as energy bills and taxes rise,” a recent report from the thinktank Resolution concluded.“In the ... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  18+ hour, 6+ min ago

Covid positive? A doctor and a psychiatrist on how to get through it

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > jan

With more than a million people currently infected with Covid-19 across Australia, the Full Story team speaks to Dr Karen Price, the president of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners about what symptoms to expect and when to seek emergency medical care. Then, Professor Jayashri Kulkarni, a psychiatrist and researcher from Monash University shares some mental health dos and don’ts while in isolationFor more information mentioned in the episode follow these links: Continue reading...... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  20+ hour, 27+ min ago

Copa del Rey drama and where next for Haaland and Vlahovic? - Football Weekly

theguardian.com > football > audio > jan

Max Rushden is joined by Philippe Auclair, Nicky Bandini, Sid Lowe and Mark Langdon to cover the biggest stories from across EuropeRate, review, share on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud, Acast and Stitcher, and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.On the podcast today; drama in the Copa del Rey as Real Betis v Sevilla is abandoned, Barcelona are finally able to register Ferran Torres and Luka Modric’s plans to play until he’s 40. Continue reading...... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  1+ day ago

The rise and rise of Liz Truss

theguardian.com > news > audio > jan

As Boris Johnson faces questions over his future, Conservative members and MPs are looking at their options for who might replace him and one name keeps coming upLiz Truss entered parliament in 2010 at the same time as the Conservatives returned to government after 13 years in opposition. David Cameron immediately spotted her as a rising star of the party and she was installed as a minister two years later. From there it has been a steady rise through the ranks to the cabinet under Theresa May and then foreign secretary under Boris Johnson.As our chief political correspondent Jessica Elgot tells ... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  2+ day ago

What Covid taught us about racism - and what we need to do now - podcast

theguardian.com > news > audio > jan

We were told coronavirus didn’t discriminate, but it didn’t need to – society had already done that for us. But there is a path to a fairer future if we want it. By Gary Younge Continue reading......

favicon theguardian.com —  1+ day ago

Rafa out, Rooney in at Everton? - Football Weekly

theguardian.com > football > audio > jan

Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Lars Sivertsen after an eventful weekend in the Premier League.Rate, review, share on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud, Acast and Stitcher, and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.On the podcast today; Rafa Benitez sacked as Everton’s 2-1 loss at Norwich City proved to be the last straw – the panel ask, who replaces him and do the problems run much deeper than the manager? Continue reading...... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  2+ day ago

Afghan female MPs fighting for their country in exile

theguardian.com > news > audio > jan

After a harrowing escape from the Taliban, Afghanistan’s female politicians are regrouping in Greece to fight for their country. Amie Ferris-Rotman reports on the work of the Afghan women’s parliament in exileIn November, 28 former female MPs gathered in Greece. They’d fled the Taliban in dramatic fashion, and were now reunited in a community centre run by Melissa Network, a grassroots organisation for female migrants and refugees that played a role in their evacuation.The journalist Amie Ferris-Rotman was there; she tells Nosheen Iqbal about the emotional first meeting of the Afghan women’s parliament in exile in ... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  2+ day ago

The latest science on the Omicron variant

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > jan

Omicron is now the dominant variant of Covid-19 in Australia and since its emergence late last year scientists and governments have been racing to learn more about it. So what do we know about how Omicron impacts the human body? And how effective are public health measures like masks, testing and vaccines against it?Science writer Donna Lu speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates about the latest data, studies and health advice on the variantFor information on how to protect yourself and your family against Covid-19, visit the Department of Health’s website.You can read all of Donna Lu’s reporting ... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  2+ day ago

England collapse ends Ashes in fitting style - The Final Word podcast

theguardian.com > sport > audio > jan

Emma John, Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon discuss one final day of batting woes for England as Australia clinch a 4-0 series winEmma John recaps day three in Hobart, where England collapsed to gift Australia another victory as they completed a 4-0 series win. Things started well as Rory Burns and Zak Crawley put on 68 for the first wicket chasing 271 for victory but they ended up being 124 all out.Meanwhile Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon were in Hobart for all the action as the Australia’s bowlers took control against a brittle England batting lineup Continue reading...... ...



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