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We’re living in an era of transformation of our public services. The demands of an ageing population, the growing potential of digital to engage citizens in new ways, and continued public spending restraint are reshaping the public sector. Our monthly podcast with Nick C Jones, Director of our Public Sector Research Centre, explores the latest issues facing public sector organisations.
 
Are you interested in understanding how Africa’s climate is changing, what the impacts will be on the continent, and how Africa can better adapt and prepare for climate change? In this podcast series, we will delve into these details through sharing ground-breaking research from the Future Climate for Africa programme. So listen in as we talk about the science, impacts and adaptation options through Africa’s climate change stories... For more information visit: https://futureclimateafrica.or ...
 
TopClass, a podcast about global education, brings together OECD authors and researchers to explain and explore emerging education data, and deliver objective insights on education practices worldwide. Each episode focuses on a different issue that’s shaping the landscape of education today, with details on how it’s affecting learners and how governments should respond. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed and arguments employed on the "TopClass" podcast and the recordings contained therein do ...
 
A fortnightly podcast from Little Atoms which looks at how technology will affect politics in the future. Like Tomorrow's World but for Westminster. Hosted by @tannerjc who is joined by a range of experts he's not fed up of yet. Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
If you're fed up of hearing all the bullshit, jargon and cliches around leadership, this podcast series is about getting real. I talk with top leaders and leadership thinkers as they share their ideas and insights on leading in a world that's radically different from the one still being taught in business schools. The world needs different thinking and acting right now and leaders, believe it or not, must lead the way. Out with the top-down command-and-control models of the 20th Century, and ...
 
The Mind Renewed is hosted by Dr. Julian Charles (UK) and dedicated to understanding the world in which we live from a Christian worldview perspective. We are acutely conscious of propaganda in the mainstream media, and of the bewildering mass of information in the alternative media. We therefore seek to address matters of concern to people (whether they be 'people of faith' or none) in an unsensational and informed fashion, in the hope that truth will be uncovered and that bridges will be b ...
 
First published by Ace Books in 1961. This reading is from the text available through the Project Gutenberg. MARS FOR THE MARTIANS! Dark Kensington had been dead for twenty-five years. It was a fact; everyone knew it. Then suddenly he reappeared, youthful, brilliant, ready to take over the Phoenix, the rebel group that worked to overthrow the tyranny that gripped the settlers on Mars. The Phoenix had been destroyed not once, not twice, but three times! But this time the resurrected Dark had ...
 
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Are schools teaching students enough about climate change? And are they empowering them to do something about it? In PISA 2018, an average of 88% of high-school principals in 66 countries reported that climate change was covered in the school curriculum. But maybe this needs to come earlier. We hear from Shreya KC, 23, from Solukhumbu, Nepal. Shrey…
 
“I’m drawing a line in the sand and showing my face for what I believe is right. I’m Standing with the intention to show enough is enough.”—Brady Gunn, FounderWe are joined by Sophia Rose ("FiFi"), the founder of A Stand In The Park (UK), for a conversation on the history and aims of this difficult-to-define, but hugely important, global movement o…
 
We are joined by the author Diny Fielder-van Kleeff, co-founder of the Vaccine Control Group—or, more fully, the SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Control Group—for an in-depth interview on the aims and objectives of this intriguiging and potentially highly significant "community cooperative" study."The Vaccine Control Group is a worldwide independent long-term s…
 
Alperton Community School is in one of London’s lowest-income areas, Brent. Almost half of the children there live below the poverty line. And yet this secondary school is in the top 1-5% of the country in terms of qualifications and accreditations. What’s Alperton’s secret sauce? Well, to start with, its teachers. Andria Zafirakou teaches arts and…
 
"And while I slept, or drank Wittenberg beer with my friends... the Word did everything."—Martin LutherWe welcome to the programme Rev Phill Sacre—an ordained minister in the Church of England and host of the YouTube channel "Phill Sacre : Making Sense of the World from a Christian Perspective"—for a conversation on "COVID and the Churches".How hav…
 
Children have probably spent more time online this year than they ever have before. Which is why the OECD’s newly adopted Recommendation on Children in the Digital Environment comes right in time. How much do children know about the privacy of their data? Or how to tell the difference between good and bad information? How do we deal with cyberbully…
 
For the 9th of our TMR Movie Roundtables we welcome back our good friends Mark Campbell and Frank Johnson for a three-way discussion on Steven Spielberg's 1977 sci-fi classic, Close Encounters of the Third Kind.Inspired by the unlikely combination of "When you wish upon a star" from Disney's Pinocchio and the Watergate Scandal, Spielberg's masterpi…
 
We’ve heard a great deal about what boosts our immune system during this pandemic. But what boosts our “commune” system? Michael Ungar, director of the Resilience Research Centre at Dalhousie University, Canada, discusses how community helps us through hard times. And as young people navigate through the pandemic and its aftermath, their resilience…
 
With the kind permission of investigative author John Leake—who recently joined us on the programme—TMR presents his important interview with the brilliant and courageous Dr Peter A McCullough. In the words of John Leake:"Dr. Peter McCullough has been the world's most prominent and vocal advocate for early outpatient treatment of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-…
 
We are joined by the award-winning author John Leake for a conversation about the astonishing interview he conducted in May 2021 with the eminent US physician and academic Dr Peter McCullough.In that interview, which quickly went viral—and which features in the next podcast (TMR 265)—Dr McCullough tells his own story of pursuing early COVID-19 trea…
 
What might it mean to "prep" and "fast" in a world of disruptions?Over the last year and a half, so many lives have been disrupted, damaged or even ended by the SARS-CoV-2 "pandemic"—indeed, each of us has been affected to some to degree or other—and many vested interests seem intent on ensuring that the disruptions will continue into the forseeabl…
 
If we looked into a crystal ball, what kinds of school would we see? Would classes be happening exclusively within school walls with a teacher in front and students in rows? Or would it be a robot conducting class? Would some school be online? Or would learning take place anytime and anywhere? The OECD has put together four scenarios of what the fu…
 
Since 2015, Future Climate For Africa (FCFA) has brought together more than 200 researchers from over 20 countries to improve our understanding of Africa’s climate, how it is changing, and how it might change in the future. It has been five years packed with highlights and groundbreaking new knowledge on Africa’s climate, the threats climate change…
 
"Look at where the money's coming from. Now the money has strings attached. People give the WHO money, but they say: 'We want you to do this, or study that, and we want you to use our consultants and our experts and our scientists.' Many of them come from Pharma. Pharma has pretty much completely infiltrated this organisation."—Dr Pierre KoryWith t…
 
“Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories.”—US President George W. Bush (first national address following 9/11)We are joined by Dr M R. X. Dentith—Associate Professor in the International Center for Philosophy at Beijing Normal University—for the second instalment of a two-part interview on the subject of Conspiracy Theory Theory.In thi…
 
Remote schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic has opened our eyes to the difficulties of intersecting digital technologies and traditional schooling. Sanjay Sarma, who is Vice President for Open Learning at MIT, talks about online learning and how it can work hand-in-hand with teachers and students… with some serious cognitive science know-how.…
 
Many people say it's irrational to believe in conspiracy theories. But is that really true?We are joined by Dr M R. X. Dentith—Associate Professor in the International Center for Philosophy at Beijing Normal University—for the first instalment of a two-part interview on the subject of Conspiracy Theory Theory. Focusing upon the essential (and appro…
 
For this exclusive interview with TMR, we are joined by Dr Malcam B Splead—Head of Snow Studies in the University of Devizes, UK, for an in-depth conversation on the intriguing subject of The Snowosphere, a hitherto much neglected topic in the field of Snow Studies, but one that is quietly gaining attention in the halls of scientific academia.Under…
 
In this fourth and penultimate of the ‘African climate breakdown’ podcast, we explore some of the work being done to make Africa’s agriculture more resilient. Think about the cup of tea you had over breakfast today - perhaps you didn’t think about climate change as you took that first sip. Listen in to find out more about how climate change is impa…
 
In this special "swapcast" between TMR and Film Gold we are joined by our good friends Antony Rotunno (host of the new Film Gold podcast) and Jenifer Thyssen (classical singer) for the 8th in our Movie Roundtable series. This time our subject is the wonderful 1993 "fantasy romcom" (or is it "fantasy comrom"?) Groundhog Day, starring Bill Murray and…
 
We welcome back to the programme Dr. Mobeen Syed, MD, MS—(and his famous cat, Loofy!)—for an interview on "Ivermectin Mechanisms of Action with Respect to COVID-19". More widely known as "Dr Been", Dr. Syed is CEO and founder of Drbeen : Personalized Medical Education and host of the excellent Drbeen Medical Lectures YouTube channel.Back in Decembe…
 
Over the course of 2020, millions of students across the globe were unable to attend classes due to school closures, meaning that countries were forced to rely on emergency measures to keep learning going. Online classes were a popular choice in countries that had the technical capacity, but strategies differed between countries and depended heavil…
 
For the 7th of our TMR Movie Roundtable podcasts we welcome back our good friends Frank Johnson (Ancient Aliens Debunked blog) and Mark Campbell (Bowler or Fez Film Reviews) for a three-way discussion on the 1978 "horror film" (or is it?) The Shout, starring Alan Bates, Susannah York and John Hurt.Based upon a short story of the same name by the Tw…
 
In this third episode of ‘The African climate breakdown’ brought to you by FCFA, we explore tackling climate change in African cities. Podcast host Dr Suzanne Carter and co-host Brenda Mwalukanga delve into the fact that cities are particularly at risk to the impacts of climate change. Rapid population growth, as well as rapid environmental, econom…
 
Whats' the connection between Bees, those Weird Monoliths that keep cropping up around the globe, and Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Klaus Schwab's Great Reset? Could Charles Darwin be wrong, and Darwin Charles be right that all life evolved from a single Primordial Bee? Has the US government signed a contract with extrate…
 
We are joined by Professor Paul Marik, M.D., Endowed Professor of Medicine and Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine in the Eastern Virginia Medical School, for an interview on the work of his alliance—Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC)—and its ground-breaking treatment protocols for COVID-19.Best known for its "MATH+" proto…
 
In this second episode of ‘The African climate breakdown’ brought to you by FCFA we explore how climate change is impacting water availability in Africa. How are African cities dealing with water availability issues and what else needs to be done?Podcast host Dr. Suzanne Carter and co-host Kornelia Iipinge unpack the fact that many cities across Af…
 
We are joined once again by James Corbett of The Corbett Report for an interview on the so-called "Great Reset", the global technocratic "initiative" that is being openly pushed by the World Economic Forum and its outspoken founder and chairman Klaus Schwab.WEF: "COVID-19 lockdowns may be gradually easing, but anxiety about the world’s social and e…
 
It could be said that there have been not one but two pandemics being propagated across the world over the past year. Alongside the spread of COVID-19 there has been an equally prolific spread of misinformation surrounding the origins, characteristics and treatments of the virus – some are calling it an “infodemic”. False information about the cris…
 
For the 6th of our Movie Review podcasts here at TMR we welcome back our good friends Antony Rotunno (Freethinker75 blog), Frank Johnson (Ancient Aliens Debunked blog) and Mark Campbell (Bowler or Fez Film Reviews) for a roundtable discussion on the 1999 based-on-truth thriller The Insider directed by Michael Mann and starring Russell Crowe, Al Pac…
 
In this first episode of ‘The African climate breakdown’ brought to you by FCFA we explore what climate science is and how Africa’s climate is changing, how that affects communities, and what can be done to create a climate-resilient future. Podcast host Dr Suzanne Carter and co-host Dr Rondro Barimalala unpack what climate science involves and hav…
 
Are you interested in understanding how Africa’s climate is changing, what the impacts will be on the continent, and how Africa can better adapt and prepare for climate change? In this podcast series, we will delve into these details through sharing ground-breaking research from the Future Climate for Africa programme.Future Climate for Africa is f…
 
Ross has over 20 years experieince of building organisations across the globe. He has a passion for educaction and learning: creating education environments to nurture the skills our society needs for the future, and building learning organisations that are capable of "Turning the camera back on themsleves" to gain new perspectives and insights. Al…
 
Richard has an unrivalled pedigree, having spent a significant chunk of his early career with the World Bank which included investigating the Bank's values as part of his work in their Environmentally Sustainable Development programme. He left the World Bank in 1997 to set up his own consultancy - which subsequently evolved into the Barrett Values …
 
Tackling misinformation in India is the subject of enquiry this week as Jonathan is joined by Rema Rajeshwari, District Police Chief in Telengana State. Rema has used a series of innovative approaches to prevent crimes such as mob violence which had been driven by false Whats App rumours. The episode also covers the pace of digital transformation i…
 
During this incredibly wide-ranging conversation Paul gives us his perspectives on trust, technology and transforming society. He outlines how he believes leadership in the 21st Century will become more diverse and inclusive, leading to better outcomes for all stakeholders. And it all starts with purpose. Paul founded Ella's Kitchen in 2006 and in …
 
For Part Two of this special two-part interview we are joined by ex-Mormon apologist Michael Flournoy for a detailed and highly-personal conversation on his new autobiographical book, Falling into Grace : How a Mormon Apologist Stumbled into Christianity, published in August 2020.Brought up in the "Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints", Mich…
 
As schools closed across the globe due to the COVID-19 pandemic, education systems were forced to come face to face with the limitations of traditional schooling. In all sectors, technology picked up the slack when physical work environments became unfeasible, and education was no exception – technologies that were previously relegated to the fring…
 
This week we take a look at disinformation in the Middle East with Marc Owen Jones. Marc talks us through how he found fake journalists writing for US news sites, explains some of the disinformation he's seen put to use by countries like Saudi Arabia and gives the lowdown on which Twitterstorms it is really worth paying attention to. See acast.com/…
 
David Rooke has been at the forefront of leadership development for over 30 years, and co-wrote (with Bill Torbert) the highly influential Harvard Business Review paper The Seven Transformations of Leadership which outlined the concept of the Leadership Development Framework. Jennifer's business is called Cultivating Leadership, which 'does what it…
 
For this special two-part interview we are joined by ex-Mormon apologist Michael Flournoy for a detailed and highly-personal conversation on his new autobiographical book, Falling into Grace : How a Mormon Apologist Stumbled into Christianity, published in August 2020.Brought up in the "Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints", Michael Flournoy…
 
Jonathan is joined this week by Imran Ahmed, Chief Executive of the Centre for Countering Digital Hate. Imran sets out the relationship between disinformation and hate speech, picks apart why the financial architecture of fake news could be its achilles heel and leaves major social media companies nowhere to hide when it comes to calling out bad be…
 
Matthew Taylor chaired the Government's review into the Future of Work, so he has a deep understanding of the significance of work in our lives and what it will mean to do 'good work' in the future. Here he discusses the ideas behind the concept of 'good work'; summarises some of the Report's key recommendations to the Government; and tells what it…
 
For the 5th of our Movie Review podcasts here at TMR we welcome back our good friends Frank Johnson (of the Ancient Aliens Debunked blog) and Mark Campbell (of Bowler or Fez Film Reviews) for a roundtable discussion on the 1972 classic sci-fi movie Silent Running, starring Bruce Dern and directed by Douglas Trumbull.Having been tasked for years wit…
 
How do we get better at agreeing to disagree? Jonathan talks to Alison Goldsworthy, Founder and CEO at The Depolarisation Project hosted at Stanford University to talk about what's driving polarisation in society and what we can do about. Taking a breather from in-depth analysis of disinformation they cover business case for polarisation, the role …
 
What can a former CIA analyst teach us about misinformation? Find out in this week's episode with Cindy Otis who spent ten years working for the US Government's Central Intelligence Agency. Jonathan and Cindy discuss her new book 'True or False' and explore the history of disinformation, asking why it's often been used to harden racist sentiment an…
 
We are joined once again by J. Michael Bennett, PhD—a.k.a. "Dr Future" of the classic Future Quake radio show (2005-2012)—for Part Two of a conversation on his challenging book, "Two Masters and Two Gospels, Volume 1 : The Teaching of Jesus Vs. the “Leaven of the Pharisees” in Talk Radio and Cable News".In the first conversation we talked about the…
 
“No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money.”—LK 16:13 (NIV)We are joined by J. Michael Bennett, PhD—a.k.a. "Dr Future" of the classic Future Quake radio show (2005-2012)—for part one of a conversation on his challenging,…
 
This week Jonathan talks to Professor Samuel Woolley, author of The Reality Game, about the use of bots to plant and spread disinformation on social media platforms. The conversation covers how many bots there are online, how to spot them, the use of geolocation data and the current strategies of modern political communicators. See acast.com/privac…
 
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