Put on your tinfoil hats and tune in to this week’s episode of Radio UF to hear us talk about conspiracy theories. What is it that makes conspiracies so entertaining to so many? Why is it that people want to believe in the existence of the illuminati: and how do these theories impact our society?
In the first broadcast of 2019 we turn our focus to Myanmar and the ongoing crisis surrounding the Rohingya people. How did it all start? Who is responsible? And how is Aung San Suu Kyi playing a part in it all? Tune in to find out!
A year ago Radio UF talked about ICAN as it was awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize for its work with the abolishment of nuclear weapons. A year later, so much has happened that we decided to revisit the topic. Tune in to learn more about Trump’s relationship with Kim Jong Un, the Iran Nuclear Deal and much more.
The term fake news has become quite popular the last couple of years, but what happens when you lable the free press as fake? Tune in this week to learn more about the ongoing war on journalism and the dire consequences it might have.
Trick or treat! Halloween has arrived yet again and so has the discussions about cultural appropriation, sexism and violence. How does these issues relate to the origins of this otherwise festive holiday? Tune in to perhaps the spookiest episode of Radio UF so far and find out.
This coming Sunday is a decisive day for Brazil. One of the most controversial politicians in its history stands against the successor to the once popular, now imprisoned previous president. Who will win? In this episode we provide you with some of the election’s background.
This summer, Zimbabwe held its first democratic election in decades… but was it really democratic? This week Radio UF looks closer at some of the difficulties Zimbabwe now is facing: the lack of political trust, no real currency and the question of what to do with a former dictator. Has things really changed since the coup? Tune in to find out.
With the new report on climate change released by the UN, the urgency of the worlds greatest challenge is once again brought to our attention. What are the incompatiblities between the climate and the economy? How do we consume? Are we doing enough? Tune in to learn more about Canadian pipelines, the Kübler-Ross model and climate anxiety.