Undisclosed: The State v. Adnan Syed is a podcast by three attorneys who have been following Adnan's case and ongoing appeal. Rabia Chaudry, Colin Miller, and Susan Simpson will examine and explore the case in greater detail, from an investigatory perspective instead of a narrative one, and provide updates and analysis on new factual developments.
On ABC Classic FM Midday, Margaret Throsby interviews special guests who give extraordinary insights into their life and work, thoughts and feelings. Margaret's guest list reads like a who's who of Australia and the world, but also includes less well-known people with their own remarkable stories. It is Margaret's warmth and her deep engagement with people that make these ABC Classic FM Midday interviews a 'must subscribe' podcast.
Did Russell and Matt ever date jazz singers? Who is uncle Jim? And why does Matt make his own washing powder? All the big questions are answered in Episode 11 of The Russell Brand Podcast
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Rotherham social services are being accused by a couple of removing three foster children from their care because the council disapproved of their membership of UKIP. Strategic director of children and young people's services at Rotherham Council, Joyce Thacker, shares her view.
There is a third way they get your number Emma. Technically they don't have it on a list, that is a common myth, the reality is they just text and call random numbers. Random except for the first digits (the area code). The only way to stop it ironically is to get on their list, - their list of...
I'm confident I'll make a regular profit once I have the learned the skills and saved the required investment capital.
I think successful investing is a faster way out of debt than simply repaying the debt, depending on the amount of debt. However learning how to invest is not cheap, but it...
Hi Emma, this is fantastic news. I just thought I would ask would you be happy to exchange £13,000 of that money for £3m in ten years?! I want to, just need to get the initial £13,000, or at least £5000 to get started.
"Awesome" is said all over America and I say it is further Americanisation of British English, but it feels wrong being English and saying awesome, although it may good thing to do it anyway! So I'll put aside that self-doubt and say I'm awesome! :)