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Why is the government in Iran shutting down the internet? - podcast

theguardian.com > science > audio > oct

...Presented by Madeleine Finlay, produced by Jacqui Wakefield with additional production by Madeleine Finlay, sound design by Tony Onuchukwu and the executive producer was Max Sanderson.... ...BBC News, CBS Mornings. - Azadeh Akbari is assistant professor in public administration and digital transformation at the University of Twente in the Netherlands....

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Is Liz Truss already fighting to save her premiership? - podcast

theguardian.com > news > audio > oct

...It's been four weeks since Liz Truss became prime minister and her policies are already facing criticism from senior Conservative MPs. Rafael Behr reports on whether she"ll be able to hold the party together.... ...Guardian columnist Rafael Behr tells Hannah Moore how Truss responded to the economic turmoil of the last couple of weeks and why her speech won't do enough to allay the concerns felt by her colleagues....

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Trent Alexander-Arnold, Spurs and the Maddison question - Football Weekly

theguardian.com > football > audio > oct

...Presented by Max Rushden with Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Philippe Auclair. Produced by Joel Grove and our executive producer is Christian Bennett....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  1+ day ago

Is Vladimir Putin really prepared to use nuclear weapons? - podcast

theguardian.com > news > audio > oct

...Vladimir Putin proclaimed in a speech on Friday that Russia had annexed four regions of Ukraine, gathering his top officials together to listen to him.... ...BBC, CBS, France 24, CNBC, pool clip, TVP World, TIME, Sky News, CNN, ABC, Today...

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The ongoing headache of stage-three tax cuts and polling on privacy

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > oct

...Political editor Katharine Murphy returns to the podcast and 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 the worst place on the internet went offline

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > oct

...An internet forum called Kiwi Farms spread far-right hate speech and actively targeted vulnerable people for harassment for a decade with impunity. Reporter Josh Taylor tells Jane Lee how one person led a unique campaign that brought down the website in a matter of months....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  2+ day ago

The former Australian tax officer who could be jailed for whistleblowing

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > oct

...Reporter Christopher Knaus explains to Laura Murphy-Oates how this case is a major test of Australia's whistleblower laws. The Guardian is editorially independent....

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The clockwork universe: is free will an illusion? - podcast

theguardian.com > news > audio > oct

...Written by Oliver Burkeman, read by Lucy Scott and produced by Jessica Beck. The executive producer was Max Sanderson. A growing chorus of scientists and philosophers argue that free will does not exist. Could they be right?. The Guardian is editorially independent....

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How the assassination of Shinzo Abe became a political scandal in Japan - podcast

theguardian.com > news > audio > oct

...Out of the crowd emerged Tetsuya Yamagami, wearing a surgical mask and holding a weapon. He fired twice, shooting Abe dead. The Guardian's Tokyo correspondent, Justin McCurry, tells Michael Safi that the killing stunned Japan, where gun crime is rare.... ...After confessing to the murder, Yamagami revealed his motive: a grudge against the Unification church or "Moonies", who he believed had links to Abe....



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