News And Politics Podcasts
<p>People know their hometowns by streets, a favorite restaurant or the local mall. Crime Reporter Nancy Hixt knows hers by the crime scenes she's been to over the past 20 years. Journey deep inside some of Canada’s most high-profile criminal cases. Each episode will take you inside the story to give you details you didn't hear on the news. New episodes every other week.</p> <p>Winner of the 2020 Edward R. Murrow Award (RTDNA).</p>
AM Quincy is a live audio show that can be heard Monday-Friday, 7am to 9am on QATV-8 (Quincy Access Television, Quincy, Massachusetts) and QATV.org. AM Quincy features news, weather, traffic and music to get your day started. Hosted by QATV's Joe Catalano, the program also features interview segments with non-profit agency representatives, local politicians, directors from various City of Quincy departments and other individuals representing a myriad of topics and groups. AM Quincy is the only locally produced, daily show covering news and events in the City of Quincy.
By Quincy Access Television (QATV)
We're launching the Interchangeable White Ladies podcast a show where we discuss education, culture, and local activism. We’re teachers so we have an essential question--How can white women use their privilege to deconstruct white culture, confront their own biases, be better allies, and be less basic? Listen to the Interchangeable White Ladies podcast to learn about all that and more!
By Hope Teague-Bowling & Megan Holyoke & Annie Jansen
Join InvestSMART's Editor-in-Chief Alan Kohler and Chief Market Strategist Evan Lucas as they traverse the world of finance and discuss the topics that will affect your net worth. To submit a question for Alan and Evan to explore in more detail, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As attractive young women poured out of late-night club and bars, a serial killer was on the prowl, stalking the streets in cars.Four women disappeared. Only one survived to tell her terrible story.It took police 21 years after the first abduction to make an arrest, charging a community-minded family man, then aged 48.But did they get the right man? He denies all charges of rape and murder.Heart-stopping allegations were made by prosecutors during this man’s first court appearance, but a long trial has been scheduled to hear the witnesses and test the evidence against him.Future episodes of the Claremont Serial Killings podcasts will detail the court proceedings that have the country’s people on the edge of their seats. The trial, scheduled to last nine months, begins in July.
By Post Newspapers
<p>Presented by the <a href="https://www.chicagoreader.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank"><em>Chicago Reader</em></a><em>, </em>hear senior writer <a href="https://www.chicagoreader.com/author/ben-joravsky" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Ben Joravsky</a> discuss the day’s stories with his celebrated humor, insight, and honesty. Tune in to LIVE episodes streaming Tuesdays through Fridays from 1-3 p.m. at <a href="https://chicagoreader.com/joravsky" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">chicagoreader.com/joravsky</a> or on the <a href="https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcf01ym-Dqg2LQ5w_aPUfHfoAmkISFVbP" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank"><em>Reader's</em> YouTube channel</a>—or catch up with episodes anytime. Podcast-only episodes are also released throughout the week. Reader <em>podcasts are recorded on Shure microphones. Learn more at </em><a href="https://www.shure.com/en-US" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank"><em>Shure.com</em></a><em>.</em></p>
By Ben Joravsky, Chicago Reader
This podcast takes a "deep dive" into anti-money laundering - one case at a time. For each case, we’ll answer three questions. 1) What happened in the case? 2) How and when did we learn about what happened in the case? 3) What can anti-financial crimes compliance professionals do to mitigate the money laundering risks raised in each case?
By Davreen Dixon: Anti-money laundering and compliance
<p>It sounds like a movie script: for nearly a year and a half since she got a serious knock on the head, Caitlin Little wakes up every morning thinking it’s October 13th, 2017. Except, in the movies, you can always write your own, happy ending. Caitlin and her family have to find answers in real life and medicine. So why is it so hard to find any answers? And her story can’t possibly be real … can it?</p>
By FOX8 WGHP-TV
<p>Ever since the shocking deaths of three young women in 1996 and 1997, the unanswered questions surrounding the Claremont serial killings have remained one of the biggest mysteries in WA history.</p> <p>Any hope of justice in the tragic deaths of Ciara Glennon, Sarah Spiers and Jane Rimmer seemed bleak for more than 20 years, with police coming unstuck and no sign of a breakthrough.</p> <p>That was until the arrest of Bradley Robert Edwards in 2016, who was subsequently charged with the trio's murders.</p> <p>For the past three years details about the allegations facing Mr Edwards have been in short supply as his case headed toward what has been dubbed the trial of the century.</p> <p>Now, we bring you in to the courtroom and walk you through all the revelations, allegations and talking points as the historic court case unfolds.</p> <p>Join our team of journalists and legal experts as we break down all the key information from the proceedings in Claremont: The Trial.</p>
By The West Australian
Podcast for the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association. We'll talk current issues in criminal justice reform, policy and the Supreme Court. We'll discuss the work of the Criminal Justice Section including events, Task Forces, Standards, the ABA's ICC project and more. This is the Criminal Justice Section of the ABA’s podcast, and may not contain official ABA policy statements. For the ABA’s Code of Online Conduct visit here: https://www.americanbar.org/about_the_aba/codeofconduct/
By The Criminal Justice Section of the ABA