There has never been a better time for podcasts. Though the format has been around for a couple of decades now, it’s only in the last few years that they really hit their stride. You might say that we’re living through a golden age of podcasts, if you’re the kind of person who needs all their culture categorised into neat eras. But podcasts themselves seem to live in the wild. You need a David Attenborough to point the way through the undergrowth and stop you wasting time wandering down dead ends. So to that end, this is our pick of the best new podcasts that have arrived in , as well as our highlight from long-running favourites. We’ve even herded them into neat little categories for you too.
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L ast summer, 60 Minutes brought 14 people — half Republicans, half Democrats — to a converted power plant in downtown Grand Rapids, MI. The goal was to encourage Americans to talk — and listen — to those with whom they disagree. It was an extraordinary opportunity. The crew even built a special table, just for the occasion. The edited minute segment would represent the first of a series of planned 60 Minutes shows focused on a divided America.
In the end, that was not what happened. The episode drew nearly 15 million viewers, making it the third-most-watched TV show of the week, according to Nielsen ratings. But the on-air conversation was strangely dull and superficial. First, a heavyset man named Tom said he loved Trump more every day; next, a blonde woman named Jennifer said Trump made her feel sick to her stomach.
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Donald Carlton Lemon born March 1, is an American television journalist. Born in Baton Rouge , Louisiana , he anchored weekend news programs on local television stations in Alabama and Pennsylvania during his early days as a journalist. He later achieved prominence as the presenter of CNN Tonight beginning in Lemon is also a recipient of an Edward R.
Murrow Award and three regional Emmy Awards. Lemon was voted class president during his senior year.
To succeed, a new company must rally investors, staff, customers, and the media around a good story. But often that narrative turns out to be wrong, and entrepreneurs realize they need to change direction. Through extensive research with founders, innovation chiefs, analysts, and journalists, the authors have identified stratagems for maintaining stakeholder support during pivots. Early on, entrepreneurs should avoid a focus on overly specific solutions and instead present the big picture.
When changing course, they can then signal continuity by explaining how the new plan fits with the original vision. Entrepreneurs need a good story to rally stakeholders behind their ventures. But at some point many founders realize that they need to pivot and alter their strategy and business model. How can they avoid losing support? Early on, effective entrepreneurs act like politicians. They craft broad narratives—umbrella ambitions rather than narrow solutions—that leave them room to maneuver.
When they change course, they can signal that their new model still honors their original ambition. Pivoting entrepreneurs should explain shifts with humility—and express empathy about the inconvenience they will cause existing customers, employees, and partners. He got scientists to share their time and equipment, won a grant from the Norwegian Parliament, and persuaded other backers to pour huge amounts of money into the project.
He is known for his work on Dateline NBC , in particular the former segment To Catch a Predator , which revolved around catching potential Internet sex predators using a sting operation. He also hosts Killer Instinct on Investigation Discovery , which documents homicide investigations. Hansen was born on September 13, in Chicago, Illinois.
Hansen’s notable work for Dateline includes coverage of the Columbine High School massacre , the Oklahoma City bombing , the Unabomber and the TWA Flight disaster, and investigative reports on Indian child slave labor and counterfeit prescription drug sales in China. Hansen was responsible for most of Dateline’s coverage of the September 11 attacks , as well as stories on terrorist groups and the operations of Al-Qaeda.
When journalists date other journalists, what are the rules? at least toyed with the idea of dating a fellow reporter, editor, or producer. Ours is.
Instead, I laughed at hilarious scenes between Indian American families redolent of my family. Released on July 16, this Netflix original is produced by the Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Smriti Mundhra, who communicates a middle way between arranged marriages and modern dating. I am in the second camp and let me tell you why. Some of my relatives immigrated to the United States. Many of them are still in India.
I have visited my aunties and uncles, eaten kheer at the Langar of the Golden Temple in Amritsar, enjoyed homemade samosas and chai from my great aunt in New Delhi and floated on a little wooden boat on the sacred albeit grey Ganges river, among many other adventures that taught me about my Indian origins. I recognize that I exist in a different space of privilege as an Indian and Chinese American, who can pass as white.
But I have seen the other side of India as well, the one not curated for visiting foreigners. Amidst this reality is the tradition of arranged marriage. Many of my relatives and family friends were married through parental deals.
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I think that most of my dating skills were developed by courting journalists. Not all relationships with journalists result in a love connection and I have had to live with plenty of rejections over the years. When it works out though and you feel the butterflies in your stomach because of the amazing 1A story you scored with your assets, there is no better feeling. Well, except I guess when I actually met my husband but even that is debatable.
I would love to hear from readers about their love matches or dating disasters with journalists.
other words, any time phrases like “that’s just the way we’ve always done things the dominant media forms of sports journalism, dating back to the s and.
Please support us by subscribing or making a contribution. The ‘This Is Us’ actress’ romance with Hal Rosenfeld – who she started dating in late – came to an end earlier this year and, according to the New York Post newspaper’s Page six column, she’s now ready to date again. Chrissy was previously married to journalist Martyn Eaden from to and then dated cameraman Josh Stancil before finding love with Hal.
The former couple made their red carpet debut at the Golden Globe awards, but speculation began swirling in the winter that their romance had hit the rocks. The year-old star previously admitted she had once dabbled in online dating but snubbed one planned meet after catching a glimpse of the guy she had been messaging and deciding against going ahead. She said: “I have not been ghosted, however, there was a gentleman years ago, when it was like not even cool to talk about that you met online.
Like, you don’t mention it.
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Psychologist Robyn Salisbury helps a reader with a relationship dilemma. I felt ready for this step and was happy when it was proposed to me. And although he agreed to share the housework equally, he thinks cleaning bathrooms once a week is excessive. Where did we go wrong?
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In the year leading up to lockdown, I honestly could not be bothered with dating. Previous toxic dating patterns had become too tiresome to deal with and I really struggled to invest in someone I thought was just going to ghost me in six weeks. I would flick back and forth between a litany of dating apps, halfheartedly hoping to be teleported about three months into my next relationship, situationship or label-less whatever.
My life was busy. I have a job that I love, an active social life and regular trips back to see family on any weekends off. As our newsroom could see the global situation worsening, we transitioned to homeworking before lockdown and I decided it would be best to move out of my tiny flat in a Covid hotspot. The obvious bonus of temporarily relocating back to the countryside during a pandemic is that there are fewer people.
I needed an outlet. One night, after rewatching my favourite TV series for the bajillionth time, I was staring at the ceiling of my childhood bedroom, hoping for someone to talk to not much has changed since I was It has been a blessing almost, to lay out every deep thought I have had about dating, loves lost, and what I want from life and what I need from a partner.
I stopped moping and took back what control of my life I could. I rejoined Bumble. Not only was I bringing back socialising into my life, I was in control of it. Lockdown gave me the freedom to not feel rushed into a date.
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By Ryan Fahey For Mailonline. Malta’s former prime minister Joseph Muscat was questioned by police on Friday afternoon about testimony given to officers by the suspected mastermind in the murder of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, businessman Yorgen Fenech. Muscat resigned after it was revealed he was friends with, and had received expensive gifts from Fenech, who is awaiting trial for alleged complicity in the murder.
Fenech denies the charges. The former premier was at police headquarters just outside Valletta for about an hour on Friday.
A Place in the News: From the Women’s Pages to the Front Page. and the empiricism of the objective, inverted pyramid style of news report on the other. s reinvigorated an American tradition of literary journalism dating at least to the.
Issued on: January 31, Robert Redfield, the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to discuss the current situation on the novel coronavirus. Let me give you an update on the current situation of the novel coronavirus. First though, I want to emphasize that this is a serious health situation in China, but I want to emphasize that the risk to the American public currently is low.
Our goal is do all we can do to keep it that way. Second, I want to recognize the concern that the American public may have. And I want to reiterate what I just said: Currently, the risk of the American public is low. As of today, there are nearly 9, cases in China, with more than deaths. Additionally, currently there are another 23 countries that have confirmed, totally, cases.