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The Global Meltdown - Thursday, November 20th 2008 15:49
Riz Khan asks top economists what needs to be done in order to turn the global economy around. James Galbraith, the author of The Predator State argues that because Europe is...
Self Defence for Women - Tuesday, November 18th 2008 20:25
Source:Cayman Islands Government Information Serviceshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7v3HC9XY0Jc
Recovery efforts on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman - Tuesday, November 18th 2008 20:21
Source:Cayman Islands Government Information Serviceshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sblCmZdfvY
Cuba: Beating the hurricane - Sunday, November 9th 2008 8:35
Cuba has become expert in protecting its citizens against the impact of tropical storms. The secret to their success: education and a system that relies on clear communication...
Paloma Heads Toward the Bahamas - Sunday, November 9th 2008 8:32
WeatherBug's Tropical Weather Forecast for Sunday November 9, 2008.Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLdqUrHll-o
Hurricane Paloma Strengthens to CAT 4 - Saturday, November 8th 2008 8:13
WeatherBug's Tropical Weather Forecast for Saturday November 8.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1B_Y2s-ButY
Did Obamas sex appeal help him win? - Saturday, November 8th 2008 7:45
He's cool, charismatic and sexy! Americans seem to be collectively swooning over Barack Obama. And, while it's his policies that have primarily attracted them, some haven't been...
Dozens Dead in Hatian School Collapse - Saturday, November 8th 2008 7:30
A hillside school where roughly 500 students crowded into several floors collapsed during classes on Friday, killing at least 30 people and injuring many more. Rescuers used...
Cayman Islands: Governor's Message regarding Hurricane Paloma - Saturday, November 8th 2008 7:20
A message from HE the Governor of the Cayman Islands, Mr. Stuart Jack, regarding the passing of Hurricane Paloma.Caiyman Islands Government Information...
Hurricane Paloma Takes Aim at Cuba - Saturday, November 8th 2008 7:12
Late-season Hurricane Paloma strengthened slightly as the Category 3 storm after lashing the Cayman Islands with wind and rain. Forecasters say it will hit Cuba...
Swan Lake in the Caribbean - Saturday, November 8th 2008 7:08
Cuba's national ballet, one of the world's best, has turned 60. Its not a lot in ballet terms, but it is a lifetime for Cuba. 60 years ago the island was an artistic desert but...
The Best of the US Election Campaign 2008 - Thursday, November 6th 2008 16:44
In a special programme the Listening Post looks back on the key moments of a historic US presidential campaign.Taking you through the key media moments that made or broke the...
"Yes he did!" - Obama becomes the 44th U.S. President - Tuesday, November 4th 2008 20:46
A defining moment in US history as Barack Obama is declared the 44th president of the United States of America. Obama took the lead after winning in key battleground...
Media Literacy: US election spending - Friday, October 31st 2008 16:52
This week Listening Post looks at the unprecedented amounts being spent in the US presidential contest. Where is the money spent and is it worth it?Source: Listening Post:...
No end to Cuba blockade despite UN resolution - Friday, October 31st 2008 16:00
The UN General Assembly has overwhelmingly adopted a resolution demanding the U.S. lift an economic trade and financial embargo against Cuba. It was supported by a majority of...
Cut in oil production - Friday, October 31st 2008 15:39
Ahead of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) meeting on October 24 to order a "substantial" cut in oil production, Inside Story asks who is responsible...
Media Literacy: Debating race in the US - Sunday, October 26th 2008 18:56
Listening Post discussed reactions to Al Jazeera's report on racist views voiced in some Republican rallys.Sources:Listening Post:...
I Was Wrong! Alan Greenspan - Thursday, October 23rd 2008 18:51
Women Behind Bars - Wednesday, October 22nd 2008 15:59
Battling drug addiction and a revolving door to prison, this woman's love of the streets may be her undoing.Locked Down: Women on the Edge : SUN OCTOBER 26 9P et/pt :...
Media Literacy: Citizen Journalism Part 2 - Friday, October 17th 2008 20:19
Source: Listening Post http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=to2gST4lsYU
Media Literacy: Citizen Journalism Part 1 - Thursday, October 16th 2008 14:10
On The Listening Post, a special broadcast focusing on what is possibly one of the most debated news trends and also one of the most well-known, citizen journalism. Critics...
Third 2008 Presidential Debate - Thursday, October 16th 2008 3:19
Full Video of the Third 2008 Presidential Debate with Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).Source http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvdfO0lq4rQ)
TTDF Steel Orchestra in Halifax - Wednesday, October 15th 2008 15:45
Trinidad & Tobago Defence Force Steel Orchestra and Drums in Halifax Tattoo 2008.Source http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmb_Epq1M9M)
Poverty in Haiti spawns child slavery - Monday, October 13th 2008 7:23
Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere and the poverty has fuelled restavek, a system of domestic servitude of hundreds of thousands of...
Media Literacy: Debating the debates - Saturday, October 11th 2008 9:52
The Listening Post examines the media debate over the presidential and vice-presidential debates as the race for the White House speeds up and much more...Part 1Source:...