Listen to the free version of the 2016 California Driver Handbook to help you study for the written driver license exam. The audio version is the same as the one provided on the website, so it’s complete with new laws for the year, road signs, and general rules of the road. Click on each section heading below to begin listening to the chapter of your choice.
The Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University (HPCR) hosts two series of podcasts:
The monthly Live Web Seminar Series on Contemporary Challenges to Humanitarian Law and Policy explores a wide range of issues related to IHL.
In addition, the Humanitarian Assistance Podcast is aimed at those working in the humanitarian context who are seeking to increase their knowledge of modern issues related to Humanitarian Action.
Explosions and smoke-filled tunnels. Frustrated riders and epic commutes. This is the new normal on Washington’s Metro. Metropocalypse, a weekly podcast from WAMU 88.5, explores the unprecedented plan to rebuild tracks and re-engineer culture on the nation’s second largest transit system. Send questions & ideas to [email protected]
Escuche la versión gratis del Manual del Automovilista de California 2014 que le servirá para estudiar para el examen teórico de la licencia de manejar. La versión en audio es igual a la que se encuentra en el Internet, por lo tanto, está al corriente con las nuevas leyes del año, las señales de tráfico y las reglas generales de tránsito. Haga clic en cada encabezado para comenzar a escuchar el capítulo que usted escoja.
Statehouse Blend is one part profile and one part insider look at the Missouri General Assembly. Each week, host Brian Ellison welcomes a state representative or senator to the podcast to talk policy and politics, as well as their personal life. We also invite a citizen voice or journalist to round out the conversation over good coffee and donuts. You can hear part of the conversation every Tuesday on Up To Date .
Featuring expert humanitarian practitioners from around the world, this podcast explores contemporary challenges to the application of humanitarian assistance. It is produced by The Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action. For more podcasts, as well as videos, resources, and e-learning activities, visit the atha.se
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker routinely travels through the Fifth Federal Reserve District for speaking engagements. His remarks address a broad range of issues affecting monetary, financial and payments economics, as well as the role of the U.S. Central Bank. Lacker's comments reflect the views of the Richmond Fed but not necessarily those of his colleagues on the Federal Open Market Committee.
"Beyond the Bench" is a podcast about the legal system produced by the North Carolina Judicial College at the UNC School of Government. It is interview-based, with guests including judges, lawyers, professors, and citizens who have participated in court proceedings. Some interviews focus on guests’ personal experiences and opinions, while others explore discrete legal issues. The podcast is organized by season, with each season being focused on a particular type of case. For example, season o...
Welcome to Capitol Ideas. This is where we sit down with members of the majority Democratic caucus in the Washington State House of Representatives to give listeners an inside look at important aspects of how their citizen Legislature works, and who and what it's working for.
The Michigan Department of Corrections - Field Operations Administration (MDOC FOA) Field Days features interviews with parole and probation agents from around the state. Hosts Noah Nagy and Greg Straub offer witty banter and fun to their listeners.