Listen back to the Surveillance episode of Awkward Questions (with newsPeeks)
W!ZARD Radio Station (in partnership with newsPeeks) presents Awkward Questions - the show that investigates the difficult questions which need to be asked.
In this episode of Awkward Questions (with newsPeeks), titled Surveillance, Natalya Minney looks at the impact of Surveillance and how heavily citizens are surveilled in the UK.
We break it down with Duncan Campbell (Investigative Journalist), Frederike Kaltheuner (Policer Officer at Privacy International) and Claire Lauterbach (Research Officer at Privacy International).
Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.
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Disney’s Let’s Go Week starts 10th April and The Lodge Season Two will be returning to Disney Channel in June
Fitness, we know it’s important.
TV shows: equally important.
The Lodge is the hit TV show following 15 year-old Skye (played by Sophie SImnett) as she moves from a big city to exciting rural life following the death of her mother.
And it’s been pretty successful!
One of the most popular Disney Channel shows of last year, the show will be returning this June!
To coincide with Disney’s Let’s Go Week starting on April 10th – where we will be pushing families to keep in shape and live healthy, active lifestyles – we caught up with Sophie Simnett, who as part of the cast of The Lodge has had to learn the likes of kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking and, of course, dancing…
Broadcasted exclusively on W!ZARD Radio Station.
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When Benji asked listeners to tell him the benefits of leaving the EU, Lee came back with an interesting point...
The UK voted for sovereignty. The UK voted for power.
But the period of British control is over. Its destiny is now in the hands of others.
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In her letter to European Council President Donald Tusk, May adopted a relatively conciliatory tone. Nonetheless, Tusk, in a brief statement, he admitted it was not “a happy day for him or for the EU and promised to begin arrangements for the UK’s “orderly withdrawal”, before wishing us goodbye.
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James Gilmore interviews the New York Times Bestselling author before the release of her first major motion picture film...
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The New York Times Bestselling Author of Everything Everything and The Sun Is Also A Star waited 22 years before writing the book which would lead her to become a role model in the eyes of millions.
Born in Jamaica, and now living in Los Angeles with her family, Yoon is soon to see her debut (Everything Everything) turned into a major motion picture film later this year, being released by Warner Bros.
James Gilmore spoke to the author about her books, and the positive impact she is making around the world.
JG: Everything Everything came out and became an almost instant hit. It’s going to be a major motion picture film later this year; it was a #1 New York Times Bestselling novel. What does that feel like, having your…