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The Birkbeck Department of Politics and its research centre, the Centre for the Study of British Politics and Public Life, hosts a range of talks, lectures, seminars and workshops throughout the year. Our events feature leading academics, public figures and commentators from a range of fields. Listen to them here.
 
A critical but mostly overlooked aspect of both contemporary and historical political violence is the role diaspora communities have played in the planning, organization, financing, and execution of acts of terror. Members of the American Irish, Canadian Sikh, Swiss Tamil and Australian Croat diasporas—to provide just a sample—have all been powerful agents in the terrorist activities perpetrated in the name of their national and religious communities. The Diaspora Politics and Transnational ...
 
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This week the spotlight has been well and truly on Tánaiste Leo Varadkar following the release of internal Department of Health emails, which provide fresh insight into the controversial leaking of a GP contract back in April 2019. Following immense political and media criticism last November, Varadkar apologised in the Dáil for his actions. Now on…
 
Please welcome Matt Margolis, Conservative Writer, Best Selling Author, and great Political Cartoonist! Matt and I talk about the need for a fair and honest media that informs the public and does not take sides. Please listen and look for Matt Margolis and his great writings on PJMedia.com and his Facebook Page.…
 
This week the spotlight has been well and truly on Tánaiste Leo Varadkar following the release of internal Department of Health emails, which provide fresh insight into the controversial leaking of a GP contract back in April 2019. Following immense political and media criticism last November, Varadkar apologised in the Dáil for his actions. Now on…
 
It was a day that many had waited a long time for. Jonathan Freedland and Richard Wolffe break down what happened on inauguration day 2021, as Donald Trump fled to Florida, and Joe Biden signed 17 executive orders, overturning much of the work of his predecessor. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
With levels of Covid-19 infection still at an all-time high, the Government failed to get teaching unions on side for a return to school this week for students with additional needs. On today’s podcast Hugh is joined by Jennifer Bray, Jack Horgan-Jones and Harry McGee from The Irish Times politics team to discuss how this happened. We also look at …
 
With levels of Covid-19 infection still at an all-time high, the Government failed to get teaching unions on side for a return to school this week for students with additional needs. On today’s podcast Hugh is joined by Jennifer Bray, Jack Horgan-Jones and Harry McGee from The Irish Times politics team to discuss how this happened. We also look at …
 
In this episode of Fides Podcast, John Aidan Byrne of Irish Pro-Life USA talks to me about the repeal of the 8th Amendment in Ireland, that legalized abortion. Friends of Ireland needs your help in the fight for Life in the US and in Ireland.Oleh Jerry Cirino
 
Earlier this week the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes published its long-anticipated report. It investigated decades of abuse at fourteen mother and baby homes and four county homes across Ireland between 1922 and 1998. In today’s episode, Hugh and Pat are joined by Caelainn Hogan, journalist and author of Republic of Shame a…
 
Earlier this week the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes published its long-anticipated report. It investigated decades of abuse at fourteen mother and baby homes and four county homes across Ireland between 1922 and 1998. In today’s episode, Hugh and Pat are joined by Caelainn Hogan, journalist and author of Republic of Shame a…
 
Jonathan Freedland talks to Noah Feldman, who testified for the Democrats in the president’s first impeachment hearing. They discuss the various consequences for Trump after the House of Representatives voted to impeach him for the second time. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Jessica Elgot is joined by Rafael Behr to talk about a week of confusion over lockdown rules and free school meals. Lisa O’Carroll updates us on how Brexit has affected UK trade with the EU so far. Plus, Stephen Bush and Rachel Shabi discuss the potential for 2021 to be ‘the year of Keir’. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/…
 
First, Simon Carswell on the wave of Covid-19 patients hitting our hospitals. When will the wave reach its peak, and will the system be able to handle it? And how are our nursing homes doing this time? Then Peter Foster, public policy editor at the Financial Times, joins Hugh and Simon to look at the difficulties bedevilling traders and hauliers si…
 
First, Simon Carswell on the wave of Covid-19 patients hitting our hospitals. When will the wave reach its peak, and will the system be able to handle it? And how are our nursing homes doing this time? Then Peter Foster, public policy editor at the Financial Times, joins Hugh and Simon to look at the difficulties bedevilling traders and hauliers si…
 
In this touching episode of Fides Podcast, Rebecca Kiessling tells the story of how her mother was raped at knifepoint by a serial rapist and was impregnated. Rebecca's powerful story is how she is grateful for her life and that the evil of rape is never a justification for giving the innocent child the death penalty.…
 
In our first podcast of the year, Hugh talks to The Irish Times health and political editors, Paul Cullen and Pat Leahy, and political analyst and statistician Kevin Cunningham about the social and political ramifications of the recent dramatic rise in Covid-19 cases. How has the government responded to the latest crisis and what level of public su…
 
In our first podcast of the year, Hugh talks to The Irish Times health and political editors, Paul Cullen and Pat Leahy, and political analyst and statistician Kevin Cunningham about the social and political ramifications of the recent dramatic rise in Covid-19 cases. How has the government responded to the latest crisis and what level of public su…
 
In a bonus episode ahead of one of the most influential moments for Joe Biden’s presidency before he’s even taken office, Jonathan Freedland and David Smith discuss a call made by the outgoing president to a state legislator in Georgia that could spell more trouble for Donald Trump.. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politi…
 
In this episode I have the opportunity to interview Jennifer Kabbany, Editor of The College Fix. The College Fix goes by the tag line: "Original. Student Reported. Your daily dose of right minded news and commentary from across the nation." Hear Jennifer discuss what she is seeing happen on college campus and specifically her article on Debunking t…
 
The Georgia Senate Elections: Our Country is in the balance Please join me as I talk with Joshua Edmonds, Executive Director of Georgia Life Alliance, about the upcoming Senate run-off elections in Georgia and the implications on our Country, the State of Georgia and on Life itself.Oleh Jerry Cirino
 
It's the second and final instalment of our annual "ask me anything" podcast! Hugh puts your questions, mainly about politics and the media, to Harry, Pat, Jen and Jack.Thanks to everyone who submitted a question and sorry to those whose questions we didn't get around to this time.Wishing all our listeners a safe and happy 2021.…
 
It's the second and final instalment of our annual "ask me anything" podcast! Hugh puts your questions, mainly about politics and the media, to Harry, Pat, Jen and Jack.Thanks to everyone who submitted a question and sorry to those whose questions we didn't get around to this time.Wishing all our listeners a safe and happy 2021.…
 
It's the first instalment of our annual "ask me anything" podcast. Recorded on December 18th. Hugh puts your questions, mainly about politics and the media, to Harry, Pat, Jen and Jack.Part two will be published next week. Thanks to everyone who submitted a question and sorry if we didn't get around to yours this time. Wishing all our listeners a s…
 
It's the first instalment of our annual "ask me anything" podcast. Recorded on December 18th. Hugh puts your questions, mainly about politics and the media, to Harry, Pat, Jen and Jack.Part two will be published next week. Thanks to everyone who submitted a question and sorry if we didn't get around to yours this time. Wishing all our listeners a s…
 
In this episode of Fides Podcast, I interview Janet Morana, Executive Director of Priests for Life, and Co-Founder of Silent No More Awareness Campaign. Janet is also the author of "Recall Abortion," and "Shockwaves: Abortions Wider Circle of Victims." Listen as Janet talks about the lies of Planned Parenthood and how her group fights to end aborti…
 
After we were sent an interesting question by a listener, Jonathan Freedland asked Samantha Power, a former US ambassador to the UN, whether the world could become less dependent on US leadership – and thus more resilient?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodOleh The Guardian
 
This week the Irish Government announced details of their national Covid-19 vaccination plan. Vaccines will be rolled out in three phases: an initial roll out followed by a mass ramp-up and finally, open access. It’s an extraordinary undertaking, which is sure to throw up plenty of challenges for Health Minister Stephen Donnelly and his department.…
 
This week the Irish Government announced details of their national Covid-19 vaccination plan. Vaccines will be rolled out in three phases: an initial roll out followed by a mass ramp-up and finally, open access. It’s an extraordinary undertaking, which is sure to throw up plenty of challenges for Health Minister Stephen Donnelly and his department.…
 
In this episode of Fides Podcast, I am honored to speak to Dr. Alveda King. Dr. King is the daughter of civil rights activist A.D. King and Naomi Barber King and the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In this episode Dr. King discusses what she believes are the causes of the immorality in today's society and how our society has devalued life. Enj…
 
With now 18 States supporting the recent Texas appeal to the Supreme Court, listen as Attorney, Thomas Ranieri, explains what exactly the lawsuit means and what it is saying. Thomas explains the legal aspect of what Texas is doing and what the Supreme Court might do. Enjoy!Oleh Jerry Cirino
 
Following a meeting over dinner this week between Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, it’s clear that very large gaps still remain between the two sides. Negotiators have been given until this Sunday to figure out a path forward, but will this be yet another deadline ignored? The sticking points remain the same: fi…
 
Following a meeting over dinner this week between Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, it’s clear that very large gaps still remain between the two sides. Negotiators have been given until this Sunday to figure out a path forward, but will this be yet another deadline ignored? The sticking points remain the same: fi…
 
Jonathan Freedland is joined by Lerone Martin of Washington University, to discuss how America’s strictest Christians came to back Donald Trump. Now that Trump is on his way out, where does that leave his Christian backers?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodOleh The Guardian
 
Heather Stewart, Lisa O’Carroll and Daniel Boffey discuss the chances of Johnson securing a Brexit deal. Severin Carrell gives an update on the Alex Salmond inquiry in Scotland. Plus, Simon Murphy speaks to MPs after their first year in parliament. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
There's been a lot of commentary about the deepening rivalry between Sinn Féin on the left and Fine Gael on the right. Is this dynamic slowly replacing the old two-party struggle between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil? Some argue no, it's not, or not yet at least: Fianna Fáil are currently the biggest party in the Dáil. Fine Gael has not performed well …
 
There's been a lot of commentary about the deepening rivalry between Sinn Féin on the left and Fine Gael on the right. Is this dynamic slowly replacing the old two-party struggle between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil? Some argue no, it's not, or not yet at least: Fianna Fáil are currently the biggest party in the Dáil. Fine Gael has not performed well …
 
As the US justice department investigates an alleged ‘bribery for pardon’ scheme at the White House, Jonathan Freedland and David Smith delve into the many possible legal issues Donald Trump could face after 20 January. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodOleh The Guardian
 
With just four weeks until the official end of the Brexit transition period on December 31st, we still don’t know if an agreement will be reached. Fishing is one of the few issues still dividing EU and UK negotiators. Just how serious a matter is it? Are Irish companies prepared for trade with Britain on January 1st? And, if a deal is struck, will …
 
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