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Programme examining the ideas and forces which shape public policy in Britain and abroad, presented by distinguished writers, journalists and academics.
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4.6 stars from 1,492 ratings
Population simplifier
I thought the program on falling birth rates failed to explore benefits of falling birth rates and eventually population.
steve orcas via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/05/22
BBC Bias? Give us a break
The BBC is the greatest institution that this country has. The most trusted source of information in the rest of the world. The people, who talk about BBC’s’bias’ are the ones that listen to Nigel Farage and other toxic extremists. Great work, BBC!
TeoGeogreGrah via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/28/21
Parental alienation
I was disappointed by the narrator’s extreme bias here. This is such an interesting topic that requires complete neutrality to be able to delve into the nuances and facets of this very real phenomena. The narrator almost seemed unwilling to accept the theory. I certainly can buy into the thesis...Read full review »
sideshow bbob via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/22/21
Recent Episodes
Published 11/15/21
Finding things out during the pandemic has been hit and miss: there’ve been miracles, and there’s been junk. What matters is not just what we think we know about how to intervene to improve human health, but how we think we know it. Methods can be inspired, flawed, or both. Michael Blastland...
Published 11/15/21
Birth rates in many countries, including China, Japan, Italy and the UK have dropped below replacement level. Clare McNeil asks if we should be concerned about this, and the burden it will place on taxpayers and the young, or welcome it as a good thing for climate change, where some think that...
Published 11/08/21
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