Today’s topics include a former U.S. government official’s guilty plea, a bill in the U.S. Senate, reporters’ impressions of a slave auction, and a supermoon.
With what3words, Chris Sheldrick and his team have divided the entire planet into three-meter squares and assigned each a unique, three-word identifier, like famous.splice.writers or blocks.evenly.breed, giving a precise address to the billions of people worldwide who don’t have one. In this quick talk about a big idea, Sheldrick explains the economic and political implications of giving everyone an accurate address — from building infrastructure to sending aid to disaster zones to delivering hot pizza. You can click on the small icon to have English / French subtitles 🙂
If you’re stressed, whether by your job or by something more personal, the first step to feeling better is to identify the cause. The most unhelpful thing you can do is turn to something unhealthy to help you cope, such as smoking or drinking. « In life, there’s always a solution to a problem, » says Professor Cary Cooper, an occupational health expert at the University of Lancaster. « Not taking control of the situation and doing nothing will only make your problems worse. » He says the keys to good stress management are building emotional strength, being in control of your situation, having a […]
Three of today’s subjects include an election in Germany, a recent missile launch by Iran, and a debate involving athletes and the U.S. national anthem. News with Subtitles Transcript
Today’s show explains a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, the effects of Hurricane Irma on the Florida Keys, and the potential health dangers of sitting too much.
Today’s show examines a hurricane’s landfall in the continental U.S., the power of an earthquake near Mexico, and the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Transcript