Government And Organizations Podcasts
The Grey Mask takes true spy stories from espionage history and brings them to life with enhanced audio and professional actors. Here you will find true stories of criminals and heroes, clandestine missions at midnight, black ops, or perhaps a suave James Bond like spy will peek around the corner. <br> <br> Spy mission are not always crime stories; sometimes the spy is a military hero fighting for his or her country and sometimes the clandestine operation can turn a war in another direction. Indeed, covert spies have altered the balance of power, whether it be nuclear weapons, or today’s Wall Street financial markets.<br> Spies also exist in the world of modern corporate espionage. Here you will find brazen spies, stealing company secrets, or playing a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse between competing conglomerates. <br> <br> All the stories are fascinating because they lay forth every aspect of human nature found in a Shakespearean tragedy. Love, power, greed, honor, and betrayal are all found in the Gray Mask. The podcast looks at the history of espionage, from the days of the ancient Greeks, up to today’s cyber spies hacking into a competitor’s network to find dark web secrets not accessible to the public. <br>
By Mark Hillenbrand
Had enough? Have you figured out that your government has been hijacked by corporate imperialists, hellbent on plundering the globe? Are you tired of rightwing hoodlums, fundamentalist hypocrites, corporate media whores -- and the bourgeois liberal pantywaists who refuse to fight them? Are you wondering whether elections will be enough? What's going on? And what can be done about it? Conceptual Guerilla Radio cuts through the rhetoric, the propaganda, and the meely-mouthed excuse making, and confronts how corporate imperialists are destroying our country, and destroying our planet. If you're serious about real change, tune in to Conceptual Radio, five days a week.
Australian Social Trends (AST) podcasts bring you short, easy listening highlights from the Australian Bureau of Statistics' latest release of the AST publication. Each quarterly release of AST contains several in depth articles, which cover many broad areas of social concern such as population, health, work and housing just to name a few. We aim to do this in an interesting and easy to understand way. Other aims of AST are to address current and perennial social concerns and to provide answers to key social questions. Each podcast will focus in upon the highlights from a different article.
By Australian Bureau of Statistics