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6:59 AM 1/30/2021 – Latest episodes

KBS WORLD Radio News
KBS WORLD Radio News
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News – 2021.01.30 PM5
Last updated : 2021.01.30 The latest news from home and abroad, with a close eye on Northeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula in particular

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VOA NEWS
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VOA – 20210130

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BBC NEWS
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BBC – 20210129

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BBC NEWS
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BBC – 20210130

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BBC Minute
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11:30 GMT
Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds

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NBC News Radio: The Latest
NBC News Radio: The Latest
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The Latest: 01/30/2021 06:27am ET

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Audio Reviews
Audio Reviews
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3:59 AM 1/30/2021 – Audio News Review
3:59 AM 1/30/2021 – Audio News Review https://thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com/2021/01/359-am-1302021-audio-news-review.html – https://podcasts.google.com/?hl=en –

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BBC News
BBC News
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BBC News Saturday, 11 AM
The latest news from the BBC

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English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
English News – NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
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NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN – English News at 20:00 (JST), January 30
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN – English News at 20:00 (JST), January 30

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BBC News
BBC News
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BBC News 11:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
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Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
Updated around the clock, Reuters TV taps into a network of 2,500 journalists reporting from 200 locations worldwide. Straight from the source and made to fit your day.

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BBC Hourly News Bulletin
BBC Hourly News Bulletin
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2021/01/30 11:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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NPR News Now
NPR News Now
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NPR News: 01-30-2021 6AM ET
NPR News: 01-30-2021 6AM ET

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BBC Minute
BBC Minute
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11:00 GMT
Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds

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News
News
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The world news at 11:00 UTC on 01/30/2021
Up-to-the-minute news from around the world

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Аудионовости
Аудионовости
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Новости – 30 января, 2021
Новости Радио Свобода: точность, оперативность, беспристрастность

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Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
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Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
Updated around the clock, Reuters TV taps into a network of 2,500 journalists reporting from 200 locations worldwide. Straight from the source and made to fit your day.

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NBC News Radio: The Latest
NBC News Radio: The Latest
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The Latest: 01/30/2021 05:27am ET

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BBC News
BBC News
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BBC News Saturday, 10 AM
The latest news from the BBC

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BBC News
BBC News
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BBC News 10:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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BBC Hourly News Bulletin
BBC Hourly News Bulletin
1 hour ago
2021/01/30 10:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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News
News
1 hour ago
The world news at 10:00 UTC on 01/30/2021
Up-to-the-minute news from around the world

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NPR News Now
NPR News Now
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NPR News: 01-30-2021 5AM ET
NPR News: 01-30-2021 5AM ET

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Аудионовости
Аудионовости
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Новости – 30 января, 2021
Новости Радио Свобода: точность, оперативность, беспристрастность

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Audio Stories from The Associated Press
Audio Stories from The Associated Press
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The Latest: Vaccinated congressman tests positive for virus

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Audio Stories from The Associated Press
Audio Stories from The Associated Press
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Officer who died after DC riot to lie in honor in Capitol

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English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
English News – NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
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NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN – English News at 14:00 (JST), January 30
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN – English News at 14:00 (JST), January 30

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The Rachel Maddow Show
The Rachel Maddow Show
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Accountability catches up to Trump rioters. Is Trump next?
January 29, 2021

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Anderson Cooper 360
Anderson Cooper 360
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U.S. weighs results of Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine trials
Johnson & Johnson released the efficacy results of their one-shot Covid-19 vaccine candidate as coronavirus variants are increasingly being found in the U.S. The company announced their vaccine was shown to be 66% effective in preventing moderate and severe disease in a global Phase 3 trial and 85% effective against severe disease. It also was shown to be 72% effective against moderate and severe diseases in the U.S. While the trial apparently shows a lower efficacy rate than the other two vaccines on the market from Pfizer and Moderna, experts say the Johnson & Johnson vaccine would help fight the pandemic. Dr. Leana Wen is the former Baltimore Health Commissioner, an emergency room physician and a CNN Medical Analyst. She tells Anderson Cooper these results are promising. Plus, Pres. Joe Biden plans to intensify public lobbying for his Covid-19 relief bill and says it “has to pass.” Independent Senator Bernie Sanders has said the timeline for this bill to pass is “as soon as we possibly can.” He joins AC360 to give an update on where the $1.9 trillion bill stands on Capitol Hill and whether or not the Democrats have the votes to pass without any Republican support.   Airdate: January 29, 2021   Guests: Dr. Leana Wen Sen. Bernie Sanders   To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

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UN News
UN News
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PODCAST: Speaking up and confronting hatred, in memory of the Holocaust
Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated 76 years ago this week, and to mark Holocaust remembrance day in late January, the corridors of UN Headquarters are normally filled with the stories of survivors who come to bear witness. But this year, the annual commemoration programme was held online for the first time ever, due to COVID-19, under the theme “Facing the Aftermath: Recovery and Reconstitution after the Holocaust”. For this latest edition of our Lid is On podcast, Ana Carmo brings you some of those voices of survival, along with the poignant contribution of German leader, Angela Merkel, and leading UN officials, speaking out against intolerance and racism, with neo-Nazism seemingly on the rise.

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Headline News from The Associated Press
Headline News from The Associated Press
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AP Headline News – Jan 29 2021 21:00 (EST)

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The Journal.
The Journal.
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Companies Try to Speed Up the Vaccine Rollout
As the vaccine rollout around the country hits obstacles, corporate America says there’s a better way. WSJ’s Sarah Krouse explains how companies are stepping in to address distribution woes, and one CEO details his company’s effort.

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Headline News from The Associated Press
Headline News from The Associated Press
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AP Headline News – Jan 29 2021 20:00 (EST)

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Весь эфир
Весь эфир
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Полтора города. Дрогобыч в Холокосте, до и после – 30 января, 2021
Польский, украинский и советский город. Синагога и православная церковь глазами историка Леонида Гольберга

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Global News
Global News
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EU confirms new export controls on vaccines
The controls will apply to vaccines made in the bloc, following a shortfall in deliveries. Also: the French village – left a fortune by a fugitive from the Nazis, eighty years after the residents there saved his life, and buying books to impress on a video call.

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Today, Explained
Today, Explained
11 hours ago
Biden’s latest 13 actions (in 13 minutes)
And whether or not any of it will last beyond his presidency. Transcript at vox.com/todayexplained. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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PBS NewsHour - Full Show
PBS NewsHour – Full Show
11 hours ago
January 29, 2021 – PBS NewsHour full episode
Friday on the NewsHour, Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses new COVID vaccines and virus variants, President Biden suggests he’s willing to push through a $1.9 trillion aid package without Republicans, a chance encounter reunites one of our correspondents with an asylum seeker she met on one of the world’s most dangerous migration routes, and Brooks and Capehart analyze Biden’s first full week in office. PBS NewsHour is supported by – https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

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CBS Evening News
CBS Evening News
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CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell, 01/29
On tonight’s CBS Evening News podcast — after today’s positive news from Johnson and Johnson on a possible third coronavirus vaccine, why Dr. Fauci is warning that America needs to pick up the pace of vaccinations in response to the mutant COVID strains. Also — a look at the issue of vaccine disparity around the country – why are people of color getting fewer shots than white Americans despite having a higher death rate from coronavirus?

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WSJ What’s News
WSJ What’s News
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GameStop, AMC End a Wild Week; J&J Says Covid-19 Vaccine 66% Effective
P.M. Edition for Jan. 29. GameStop and AMC stocks bounced back Friday, after online brokers eased trading restrictions. But now securities regulators are reviewing this week’s frenzy. Markets reporter Akane Otani has more on the wild week on Wall Street, and financial-enforcement reporter Dave Michaels explains what regulators are reviewing. Plus, Johnson & Johnson says its Covid-19 vaccine is 66% effective. Health and medicine editor Jonathan Rockoff has the details. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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What's News
What’s News
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GameStop, AMC End a Wild Week; J&J Says Covid-19 Vaccine 66% Effective
P.M. Edition for Jan. 29. GameStop and AMC stocks bounced back Friday, after online brokers eased trading restrictions. But now securities regulators are reviewing this week’s frenzy. Markets reporter Akane Otani has more on the wild week on Wall Street, and financial-enforcement reporter Dave Michaels explains what regulators are reviewing. Plus, Johnson & Johnson says its Covid-19 vaccine is 66% effective. Health and medicine editor Jonathan Rockoff has the details. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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NewsHour
NewsHour
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Covid-19: More vaccines prove to be effective
Two more companies have released data showing that their vaccines are widely effective in providing protection against Covid-19. Novavax announced their jab was 89% effective overall and Johnson & Johnson has shown to be 66% effective with a single dose. Also: we’ll hear from a medical student in one of Brazil’s worst affected areas; and is the military in Myanmar planning a coup? (Photo: Dr Claire Cole from Britain’s National Health Service receiving a dose of the vaccine developed by The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson and Johnson. Credit: MFT/PA Wire)

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Newshour
Newshour
13 hours ago
Covid-19: More vaccines prove to be effective
Two more companies have released data showing that their vaccines are widely effective in providing protection against Covid-19. Novavax announced their jab was 89% effective overall and Johnson & Johnson has shown to be 66% effective with a single dose. Also: we’ll hear from a medical student in one of Brazil’s worst affected areas; and is the military in Myanmar planning a coup? (Photo: Dr Claire Cole from Britain’s National Health Service receiving a dose of the vaccine developed by The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson and Johnson. Credit: MFT/PA Wire)

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Consider This from NPR
Consider This from NPR
13 hours ago
What Lessons Should News Organizations Learn From Trump’s Presidency?
There’s is a reckoning happening across the media. Major news organizations are reconsidering what they cover and how. The Trump presidency is one big reason for the self-examination. But this new scrutiny goes beyond politics — beyond Washington, D.C.

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Bloomberg Daybreak
Bloomberg Daybreak
14 hours ago
Daybreak Weekend: Alphabet, Environment, Vietnam (Podcast)
Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend with John Tucker takes a look at some of the stories we’ll be tracking for you in the coming week including President Biden’s environmental agenda with Bloomberg editor-at-large Jon Morgan, a preview of Google parent Alphabet’s earnings with Bloomberg’s Nico Grant, Vietnam’s economy as a major political gathering in the country unfolds, and decision day for the Bank of England.

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The NPR Politics Podcast
The NPR Politics Podcast
14 hours ago
Weekly Roundup: January 29th
Republican strategists close to Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue’s failed Senate campaigns tell WABE’s Emma Hurt that former President Trump’s interference made it hard to win January’s runoff elections in Georgia. Now, Democrats are moving aggressively on President Biden’s relief proposal and the GOP is feeling stung by life in the minority. Also: Gamestop? This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, congressional editor Deirdre Walsh, WABE reporter Emma Hurt, political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, and business editor Uri Berliner. Connect: Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here. Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org. Join the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group. Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout. Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter. Find and support your local public radio station.

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US Politics
US Politics
14 hours ago
Muslim Advocacy Group Applauds Biden Policy on Travel Ban
American Muslims are welcoming President Joe Biden’s executive order lifting travel restrictions on several Muslim-majority countries, restrictions often referred to as the travel ban or Muslim ban. VOA’s Yuni Salim spoke to American Muslims in this report narrated by Nova Poerwadi.

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Prognosis: Coronavirus
Prognosis: Coronavirus
14 hours ago
Can Biden’s CDC Rehab Its Reputation?
Rochelle Walensky, the new leader of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, faces two difficult missions at the same time: Leading the agency’s Covid-19 response and trying to restore the agency’s stature, post-Trump. I talked to John Tozzi reports on the job ahead for Walensky, and how she plans to achieve it.

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The Book Review
The Book Review
15 hours ago
Navigating the Maze of Paying for College
Ron Lieber’s new book, “The Price You Pay for College,” aims at helping families with, as the book’s subtitle puts it, the biggest financial decision they will ever make. Lieber, a personal financial columnist for The Times, visits the podcast this week to discuss it. Among other subjects, he addresses all the ways in which the price to attend a particular college can vary from student to student, similar to how the cost of seats on one airplane flight can vary. Michael J. Stephen visits the podcast to discuss his new book, “Breath Taking: The Power, Fragility, and Future of Our Extraordinary Lungs.” Stephen, a pulmonary expert at Thomas Jefferson University, talks about what we’ve learned about the lungs during the coronavirus crisis, and more generally about the wonders and perplexities of this organ. Also on this week’s episode, Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; and the Times’s critics talk about books they’ve recently reviewed. Pamela Paul is the host. Here are the books discussed by the critics this week: “The Lives of Lucian Freud: Fame, 1968-2011” by William Feaver “The Liar’s Dictionary” by Eley Williams “1984” by George Orwell

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Post Reports
Post Reports
16 hours ago
The Man in the Middle
How a moderate West Virginia Democrat could decide what Biden can do on climate change. Plus, the story of a snowstorm, six expiring vaccines and a group of dedicated health-care workers.  Read more: One coal state senator holds the key to Biden’s ambitious climate agenda — and it’s not Mitch McConnell. Climate and science writer Sarah Kaplan reports. When Oregon health-care workers got stuck in a snowstorm with expiring vaccines, they got creative. Andrea Salcedo reports.  If you value the journalism you hear in this podcast, please subscribe to The Washington Post! We have a deal just for podcast listeners: two years of unlimited access to everything the Post publishes for just $59 total. That comes out to around $2.46 per month. To sign up, go to washingtonpost.com/subscribe

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