Category Archives: Podcasts

Podcast/Webinar: Radical Islamism, France, and the Atlantic Divide

I strongly recommend these podcast and webinar on what’s wrong with Anglo-American coverage of radical Islamism in France 1- What US Media Gets Wrong About France, with writers Anne-Élisabeth Moutet & Agnès Poirier https://podcasts.apple.com/es/podcast/11-what-us-media-gets-wrong-about-france-anne-élisabeth/id1534151181?i=1000502056981 2- Webinar on Islamism: Bridging the … Continue reading

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Podcast: Arabs are wondering, is Erdogan all talk? – Nervana Mahmoud- Ahval

I recorded this podcast with Ahval’s editor David Lepeska that war is a real possibility in the eastern Mediterranean, that Turkey has taken all decision-making power away from Libya’s Tripoli-based Government of National Accord and that Turkish President Erdogan has … Continue reading

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Podcast: Religion

Here is our latest podcast with Prof. Matt Sienkiewicz from Boston College  and our guest Ambassador Alberto Fernandez discussing religion and media. Enjoy …    

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Podcast: Alternative media and the American Elections

Here is the second episode of Media Studied Podcast, in which I am honoured to join Prof. Matt Sienkiewicz from Boston college, with Benjamin Dixon and also James Miller, the managing editor of the Interpreter magazine. In this episode we discussed alternative … Continue reading

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Podcasts: the U.S. election and beyond

I am delighted to join Prof. Matt Sienkiewicz of Boston College in producing a series of podcasts discussing various media issues. Here is our first one on the U.S. election. Enjoy…..  

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