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grankabeza / Marcos

Translator (en-es) living in Salobreña (Granada), Spain.

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  1. Disrupting the Kleptocrat’s Playbook, one investigative report at a time | Public Radio International

    After decades when democracy was on the rise, the current trend seems to be of aspiring autocrats riding populist waves to power, and then misusing that power to amass wealth for themselves and their families. Forget what President Donald Trump says about journalists being the "Enemy of the People," says Drew Sullivan, head of the Organized Crime & Corruption Reporting Project — investigative reporting has never been more important.

    https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-04-21/disrupting-kleptocrats-playbook-one-investigative-report-time

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  2. Ecouter FIP | Radio Musicale Eclectique

    Ecoutez Fip en direct, réécoutez ses émissions ou découvrez ses webradios autour du rock, du jazz, du groove, du monde et des nouveautés musicales

    http://www.fipradio.fr/player/reecouter?play=27432

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  3. The Beastie Boys: The Fresh Air Interview : NPR

    In a 2006 interview, Terry Gross sits down with Mike D, MCA and Ad-Rock to talk about The Beastie Boys’ 2006 concert movie Awesome; I…Shot That! and their 25 years making hip-hop.

    http://www.npr.org/2011/05/06/136019762/the-fresh-air-interview-the-beastie-boys

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  4. ‘Solutions Journalism’ Pushes Boundaries of Traditional Reporting | Forum | Forum | KQED

    What is the journalist’s role when covering social issues like homelessness and poverty? Should journalists stick with the facts or propose possible solutions?

    https://ww2.kqed.org/forum/2015/01/27/solutions-journalism-pushes-boundaries-of-traditional-reporting/

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  5. Brian Reed crafts a fascinating ‘non-fiction novel’ in the hit podcast S-Town - Home | q | CBC Radio

    S-Town host and producer Brian Reed on the reporting and storytelling that went into This American Life’s latest hit podcast.

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/q/wednesday-april-19-2017-daniel-radcliffe-s-town-s-brian-reed-and-more-1.4072734/brian-reed-crafts-a-fascinating-non-fiction-novel-in-the-hit-podcast-s-town-1.4072827

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  6. 24 horas - Alexandra Gil: “En todos los atentados ella ve la cara de su hijo” - 19/04/17, 24 horas - RTVE.es A la Carta

    24 horas - Alexandra Gil: "En todos los atentados ella ve la cara de su hijo" - 19/04/17, 24 horas online, completo y gratis en A la Carta. Todos los informativos online de 24 horas en RTVE.es A la Carta

    http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/24-horas/24-horas-alexandra-gil-todos-atentados-ella-ve-cara-su-hijo-19-04-17/3987830/

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  7. How a Yukon river suddenly vanished in 4 days - Home | The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti | CBC Radio

    One of Yukon’s rivers is missing and scientists say they know the culprit behind the mystery — climate change.

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-april-19-2017-1.4074216/how-a-yukon-river-suddenly-vanished-in-4-days-1.4074268

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  8. Meet the biologist who says trees have their own songs - Home | As It Happens | CBC Radio

    David George Haskell is an author and biologist who can distinguish trees by their sounds.

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/as-it-happens-monday-edition-1.4072865/meet-the-biologist-who-says-trees-have-their-own-songs-1.4072909?cmp=true-anthem

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  9. 12: This is your brain on Trump (George Lakoff)

    President Trump uses the language of a "strict father" to communicate. That’s according to George Lakoff, a professor emeritus of cognitive science and linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley. It’s a traditional conservative tactic that the president combines with his own "super salesman" language. For the past 40 years, Lakoff taught students how certain words activate parts of our unconscious world view and make it difficult for people to hear a new idea. We’ll brief you about the past, present and future of political language. Plus, what to do Reese’s and IBM Watson have in common? Our listeners’ curiosity. We share their questions and comments.

    https://www.marketplace.org/2017/04/11/world/make-me-smart-kai-and-molly/12-president-trump-uses-your-brain-his-advantage

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  10. Two Decades Later, Success For Man Who Imagined Turning His Life Around : NPR

    Steven Mallory who had just given up drug dealing when NPR interviewed him in 1994 and 1995. Now, the Dayton, Ohio, resident works a full-time job, owns two businesses and is a grandfather.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/04/19/524725649/20-years-later-success-for-man-who-imagined-turning-his-life-around

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