FM4 Reality Check Podcast

We go behind the headlines with commentary and analysis to examine what lies behind the story, and why it is relevant. Politics and people, science and technology, climate change and space exploration, it's your Reality Check on the world around us.

https://radiothek.orf.at/podcasts/fm4/fm4-reality-check-podcast

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 15m. Bisher sind 1460 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein täglich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 14 days 22 hours 13 minutes

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Friday 24th September


* Fridays for Future Global Strike * Germany elections * Canada anti-logging protests *


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Thursday 23rd September 2012


* Greenpeace activists occupy the Rathaus in Vienna * Insulate Britain“: the climate protests blocking motorways * China’s Evergrande crisis *


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   10m
 
 

Wednesday 22nd September


* Will Australia be the "bad boy" of the COP26? * Why Pakistan feels the Taliban takover of Afghanistan as a good thing * US-UK "Special Relationship" coming under pressure *


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   11m
 
 

Tuesday 21st September


* Press Photo of the Year winner Mads Nissen * Canadian election: was it worth it? * Poland refuses to close controversial coal mine *


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Interview with the World Press Photography Award Winner Mads Nissen


FM4 reporter Gersin Livia Paya is having a Interview with the danish photographer Mads Nissen, who just won the World Press Photography Award 2021 for his Covid-19 picture where two people are hugging through a plastic curtain.


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   9m
 
 

Monday 20th September 2021


* Hungary: what happened after Klubradio lost its licence * What is AUKUS and why is France so upset about it? * Refugees in Greece: controversial new camp opens on Samos *


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Friday 17th September, 2021


*How Putiin failed to cut off the head of the Meduza web site* *Russia: Parliamentary elections this weekend* *Press Freedom: Nigerian journalist Dapo Olorunyomi*


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Thursday 17th September


* Photographing glaciers for posterity * Thai journalist on his experience of repression * Australia rules that media owners are responsible for social media comments *


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Tuesday 15th September


* Record anti-logging protests in Canada * World Press Freedom conference opens in Vienna * Why flights are still being cancelled despite easing travel restrictions *


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Tuesday 14th September


* Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo to run for French presidency * Norway elections bring victory for the left * Wildires in Spain and rural neglect *


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   11m