News And Politics Podcasts
The Free Beacon’s Hacks on Hacks will guide you through the very worst of what we see in the media on a weekly basis. Host Sonny Bunch joins panelists Liz Harrington and Alex Griswold and producer Andrew Kugle to help you find out who is talking about what, and why it matters. Plus: we’ll tell you about the worst thing the Free Beacon did each and every week. We don’t play favorites here.
By The Ricochet Audio Network
Whatever the weather, Meteorologists Kaiti Blake and Sarah Spivey have it covered on the local news – for about three minutes, in between commercial breaks. Rarely, though, do they have time to explain weather phenomena in depth. On "Whatever the Weather", Kaiti and Sarah dig deeper and tell you all you want to know about Mother Nature – from tornadoes, to freezing rain, to climate change. They also chat about what it’s like to be broadcast meteorologists, and the challenges they sometimes face in day-to-day TV life. So put on your nerdiest glasses, pop on your best headphones, and enjoy.… Whatever the Weather!
By KSAT and Graham Media Group
This podcast is hosted by Carter Roberts, President and CEO of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in the United States. With this podcast, Carter will introduce you to some of the incredible men and women he’s met over the years. You’ll hear stories from business leaders at the forefront of sustainable corporate practices, Members of Congress working to protect nature in the United States, and so much more! Let their lives and stories inspire you to do better for our natural world.
By World Wildlife Fund
Back by popular demand: The Back Room Deal features radio personality and longtime Reader political writer Ben Joravsky arguing local Chicago politics with Reader senior writer Maya Dukmasova. With sharp wit and stinging analysis, Joravsky and Dukmasova cut through the smokey haze of the elections to offer you a glimpse of the 2020 Chicago-area Illinois primary races—local and Cook County-level and, of course, U.S. presidential. Will these historic elections be determined in back-room deals, like so many in Chicago's past? Let Ben and Maya talk you through it.
By Ben Joravsky, Maya Dukmasova, Chicago Reader
Creating a better understanding of what the police do and why they do it. This podcast will also touch on leadership issues, current police issues and the hosts will answer questions from listeners. This podcast will also bring in guests to discuss current police progress/reform and how they impact the citizens they serve.
By Timothy Jones & Joshua Stokel
<p>Curiouscast and Global News present the second season in the “Rising” series: China Rising is an in-depth investigation into modern China and its strained relations with the West. Hosted by Global News Senior Correspondent Jeff Semple, this ten episode season investigates allegations Beijing is applying pressure and working to infiltrate the upper echelons of power in Western countries, including Canada. The Chinese government is accused of deploying a range of tactics, from disinformation to hostage diplomacy. How should Canada and its allies respond to China Rising?</p>