Churches closed, DR Congo worshippers find creative ways to practice faith

With places of worship in the Democratic Republic of the Congo closed since March due to the Covid-19 crisis, religious leaders and worshippers have found inventive ways to practice their faith, including sermons via WhatsApp, social media, and talkback radio. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news … Read more Churches closed, DR Congo worshippers find creative ways to practice faith

Do the Right Thing | Radio Raheem’s Story of LOVE and HATE

“Let me tell you the story of Right Hand, Left Hand. It’s a tale of good and evil.” Watch this standout scene from Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing—featuring Bill Nunn as Radio Raheem. Buy/Rent Do the Right Thing! Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Do-Right-Thing-Ossie-Davis/dp/B000I9VOGW iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/do-the-right-thing/id282538466 YouTube Movies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVQHkq3Tk7E Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/Do_the_Right_Thing?id=KVQHkq3Tk7E&hl=en_US Fandango Now: https://www.fandangonow.com/details/movie/do-the-right-thing-1989/1MV4315855f048058d69f5bd0045b88912e VUDU: https://www.vudu.com/content/movies/details/Do-the-Right-Thing/4820 Universal … Read more Do the Right Thing | Radio Raheem’s Story of LOVE and HATE

Why Action Like Blackout Tuesday Must Be Taken in Order to Effect Change | Good Morning Britain

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1NbomQa Stars like Beyonce, Rhianna and Taylor Swift are joining a music industry ‘blackout’ today in response to George Floyd’s death. Radio DJ Vick Hope joins Lorraine with the latest on the campaign and to express her hope that the tragic death of George Floyd might bring meaningful change to race … Read more Why Action Like Blackout Tuesday Must Be Taken in Order to Effect Change | Good Morning Britain

Our royal team on Prince Charles’ radio show and William and Kate’s bingo skills | ITV News

This is The Royal Rota – our weekly podcast about the royal family, with ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship and Producer Lizzie Robinson. Chris and Lizzie discuss Prince William’s moving documentary on men’s mental health. He opened up to footballers about his mother’s death and how Kate helped him with fatherhood. The Cambridge’s also … Read more Our royal team on Prince Charles’ radio show and William and Kate’s bingo skills | ITV News

Who is Félicien Kabuga? Rwandan genocide kingpin arrested in France

How could he be hiding in plain sight in a quiet Paris suburb? After 26 years on the run, the past has finally caught up with Félicien Kabuga, the alleged supplier of machetes for the Rwandan genocide and the founder of its Radio Mille Collines propaganda arm. François Picard’s panel asks where international justice will … Read more Who is Félicien Kabuga? Rwandan genocide kingpin arrested in France

Tick, tick, tick bait | Media Bites

60 Minutes misleads its audience with a stunt promo featuring FM radio host Kyle Sandilands. Plus, AFP drop Annika Smethurst’s case. Trump spreads a killer conspiracy while Twitter fact check his tweets. And ABC weather woes. #MediaBites #MediaWatch Bite-sized media criticism for a mid-week Media Watch fix. Paul Barry offers a lighter take each Thursday … Read more Tick, tick, tick bait | Media Bites

Armed man shot and killed by police on Monash Freeway | ABC News

An armed man has been shot by police on Melbourne’s Monash Freeway after what a witness described as a “stand-off”. Victoria Police said officers were called to the on-ramp of the freeway at the Eastlink interchange at Dandenong North following initial reports that a man was armed about 9:30am. “It is believed responding officers were … Read more Armed man shot and killed by police on Monash Freeway | ABC News

UN chief on International Day of UN Peacekeepers 2020

António Guterres (UN Secretary-General) on International Day of UN Peacekeepers (29 May 2020). Today we honor more than one million men and women who have served as United Nations peacekeepers and the more than 3,900 who have lost their lives in the line of duty. We also express our gratitude to the 95,000 civilian, police … Read more UN chief on International Day of UN Peacekeepers 2020

Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley on Helping Man Win Radio Competition | Good Morning Britain

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1NbomQa Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley joins Lorraine today to talk about teaming up with ‘Young Voices’ choir for #PowerInMe singing challenge. He also talks about making headlines worldwide for coming to the rescue of Muhammad Shall-E-Han, who missed out on a large cash prize in a radio competition when he was … Read more Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley on Helping Man Win Radio Competition | Good Morning Britain

Sandra was reunited with her childhood crush who saved her from a schoolyard bully | 7.30

Recently ABC radio host Sarah Macdonald received a call from a listener who had always wanted to say thank you to a boy who rescued her from a schoolyard bully 50 years ago. What happened next will warm your heart. For more from ABC News, click here: https://ab.co/2kxYCZY You can watch more ABC News content … Read more Sandra was reunited with her childhood crush who saved her from a schoolyard bully | 7.30

Remote learning burden still weighing on disadvantaged kids despite return to classroom | ABC News

As students in many states return to face-to-face teaching today, schools are being warned they may have to quickly assess how their most vulnerable students have fared. Australia’s leading educational charity the Smith Family has given the ABC exclusive access to a report that outlines how much of a burden remote learning has been for … Read more Remote learning burden still weighing on disadvantaged kids despite return to classroom | ABC News

Lake of the Ozarks parties & ignore social distancing, as the US nears 100,000 death toll | ABC News

With the number of coronavirus deaths in the United States set to surge past 100 thousand, President Donald Trump remains focused on re-opening America. And he’s been leading by example, playing his second round of golf in two days. Some US residents have been criticised for ignoring social distancing rules over the Memorial Day long … Read more Lake of the Ozarks parties & ignore social distancing, as the US nears 100,000 death toll | ABC News

Listen, Watch, Learn: Peru’s school system takes to the airwaves | The Listening Post (Feature)

March 16, 2020, was the day Peruvian parents, teachers, and students had been preparing for – the beginning of the new school year. But on March 15, the president appeared on national TV to declare a state of emergency and a strict nationwide lockdown. “One day I got a call from the chairman of the … Read more Listen, Watch, Learn: Peru’s school system takes to the airwaves | The Listening Post (Feature)

Joe Biden apologises after saying black voters considering Donald Trump ‘ain’t black’

Joe Biden declared he “should not have been so cavalier” on Friday after he told a prominent black radio host that African-Americans who back President Donald Trump “ain’t black”. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee quickly moved to address the fallout from his remark, which was interpreted by some as presuming that black Americans would vote … Read more Joe Biden apologises after saying black voters considering Donald Trump ‘ain’t black’