News And Politics Podcasts
Jack at Nite pushed buttons, drank coffee and made flippant comments between the music during his 20 year tenure at Charlotte, NC’s top rock stations. His intellectual, caustic humour is well known, and his outrageous comedy has been heard on radio stations nationwide. In 2008, Jack left terrestrial radio to focus solely on his production company, Studio at the End of the Universe; Jack is a national voice talent, and a highly regarded audio producer. Radioexiles.com now brings you Jack at Nite in his unadulterated form, without FCC restrictions, nervous program directors or meddling corporate consultants. Listen weekly as Jack takes aim at politics, technology, popular culture, and whatever else hits the radar. Subject yourself to Jack’s merciless ridicule by leaving a comment at 888-547-1991.
By Radio Exiles
The worlds worst procrastinators unite to bring you news about...whatever we feel like talking about. What sets this apart from other podcast? We cover a myriad of topics and we do it with gumption, flare, rage, but always with sincerity. Anything form politics to comic book movies or even the politics behind comic movies. We cover it all and the most importan thing of all: We ove you. Probably more than you parents ever did.
By The Idiot Box Cult Podcast
Real news brought to you by hilarious and imaginary people. From the multi character on woman comedy dynamo, Suzzanne Monk. Stay informed on politics, world news, the market, real hard hitting analysis on all the latest stories while laughing your backside off. If your news doesn't make you laugh, you're not getting it from the right place.
By Suzzanne Monk
Our topics include: What happens when we die? Making contact with your own Guides. Are you high sensitive and how does this affect your life? What signs do dead people give us? We will deal with tough life lessons. I will help you to train your own paranormal abilities
Africa Media Matters brings together critical news and information from across the African continent; providing a unique insight into the challenges and opportunities facing Africa’s media. Monthly programmes will feature the latest media news, in-depth analysis of emerging stories from media and civil society leaders, and profile the work of African entrepreneurs who are breaking new ground.
By Institute for War & Peace Reporting IWPR
"Pursuing Justice" is a monthly podcast from Juvenile Law Center, the nation's oldest multi-issue public interest law firm for children. It features true stories and conversation on issues facing today's youth in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. Upcoming topics include aging out of foster care, juvenile life without parole, and a winter series about the Luzerne County "kids-for-cash" scandal.