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Amritabindu Upanishad 3

Lecture by Swami Tyagananda on the 12th of July, 2017, at the Ramakrishna Vedanta Society of...

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Amritabindu Upanishad 4

Lecture by Swami Tyagananda on the 26th of July, 2017, at the Ramakrishna Vedanta Society of...

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A cure for insomnia?

Like a growing number of people, Simon Parkin suffered from insomnia for years. After dozens of...

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Should doctors face jail when treatment goes wrong?

The death of a patient at a private London hospital after a delay in his treatment led to the...

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The housing crisis and the race for London - Politics Weekly podcast

Tom Clark is joined by Dave Hill, Rowan Moore and Tony Travers as he travels around the capital...

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Nudge theory: the psychology and ethics of persuasion - Science Weekly podcast

This week, Ian Sample explores the psychology behind ‘nudging’, its usage by governments, and...

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Racism on the terraces and 10 minutes at Torquay – Football Weekly Meets Leroy Rosenior

Leroy Rosenior talks to James Richardson about his career on and off the pitch, including the...

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Brexit at the supreme court and the Casey review – Politics Weekly podcast

Anushka Asthana hears from former attorney general Dominic Grieve on the supreme court Brexit...

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Public sector pay – Politics Weekly podcast

Heather Stewart is joined by Rafael Behr, Polly Toynbee and Sam Hall to discuss the Tory wobbles...

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Cross Section: Giles Yeo – Science Weekly podcast

Why do some of us pile on the pounds, while others seem to get away with it? Hannah Devlin speaks...

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Is Britain prepared for a mass outbreak of the coronavirus? – podcast

As Britain faces rising cases of Covid-19, the prime minister has laid out a ‘battle plan’ for...

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Coronavirus: learning to cope with a new normal

Columnist Zoe Williams has spent the week researching tips for life under a new regime of social...

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Covid-19: is seven days in isolation enough?

How long should you remain in isolation if you have symptoms of Covid-19? It depends on who you...

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Weapons of math destruction: how big data and algorithms affect our lives - podcast

In this special collaboration between the Guardian’s Science Weekly and Chips with Everything...

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Cryogenic preservation: from single cells to whole organs – Science Weekly podcast

Hannah Devlin looks at recent advances in the field of cryopreservation and asks how close we are...

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Science weekly: can we cure Alzheimer's? – podcast

Alzheimer’s disease affects millions of people worldwide. But despite decades of research costing...

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Theresa May's social care wobble - Election Daily podcast

Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones are joined by Zoe Williams in the first of our daily podcasts...

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Theresa May's social care wobble - Election Daily podcast

Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones are joined by Zoe Williams in the first of our daily podcasts...

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Is Britain prepared for a mass outbreak of the coronavirus? – podcast

As Britain faces rising cases of Covid-19, the prime minister has laid out a ‘battle plan’ for...

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What is the Covid-19 crisis doing to our mental health?

The biggest health crisis in a generation and the enforced isolation of lockdowns is taking not...

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