Month: February 2019

World News

'How the World Thinks: A Global History of Philosophy' with Julian Baggini

This week Susan talks to British author, philosopher and educator Julian Baggi about her recent book ‘The World’s Viewpoint: A Worldwide History of Philosophy’ published by Granta Books. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have added some content […]

Read More
Gadget

Short Film Review: CakeWalk

Author Moushumi Das Moushumi Das This Sunday was great because it gave everyone a taste of the newly baked Esha Deol Takhtani cake from the oven. Yes, I am talking about the journalist, writer and director of the short video of Ram Kamal Mukherjee ‘Cakewalk’ who was the Prime Minister of the world on television […]

Read More
World News

Best of February Books – Part 2

This week Patrick is writing the best Irish and international news in February 2019 including books by Thomas Cromwell, Cathal Brugha and the Bible. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have added some content that belongs to you […]

Read More
World News

'The Vogue' with Eoin Mc Namee

This week Susan talks to an Irish author, reviewer and educator Eoin Mc Namee about her recent book ‘Vogue’ published by Faber and Faber. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have added some content that belongs to you […]

Read More
World News

John Stuart Mill: A Life

This week Patrick and a large group of scholars and historians discuss the life and talents of British philosopher and politician John Stuart Mill. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have added some content that belongs to you […]

Read More
World News

Protesters gather outside home of Health Minister Simon Harris

Several protesters gathered outside the home of the Ministry of Health Simon Harris earlier today. The demonstrations took place at the cabinet in Co Wicklow, where he lives with his wife and three-week-old daughter. Gardaí was invited to attend. In a statement, the military said the protests had left the area peacefully and that questions […]

Read More
World News

UK minister says MPs will have another opportunity to vote on Brexit proposals this month

A British government minister has confirmed MPs in Westminster will have another opportunity to vote on Brexit proposals this month – even if Theresa May has not been able to secure a new deal with the EU. Last month, MPs voted down Mrs May’s proposed withdrawal deal amid strong opposition to the ‘backstop’ guarantee to […]

Read More
World News

Thousands evacuated in New Zealand as firefighters tackle major wildfire

Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes in New Zealand as a major wildfire continues to spread. The first started near the city of Nelson on the country’s south island around a week ago. Authorities have in recent days evacuated more people from their homes in the town of Wakefield due to the […]

Read More
World News

Walking to Jerusalem with Justin Butcher

This week Susan talks to British writer, human rights activist and playwright Justin Butcher about his new book ‘Walking to Jerusalem: Blisters, hope and other factors on the ground’ published by Hodder. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we […]

Read More
World News

New Irish Rail staff to address issues such as passengers playing music without headphones

Irish Rail is introducing new staff who’ll help tackle anti-social behavior such as people playing music too loud on trains. The customer service officers on InterCity services will be backed up by security in a bid to create more “peace and comfort” for passengers. Irish Rail spokesperson Barry Kenny said the complaints they receive about […]

Read More