On August 11, Jon Gunnarsson, Lucian Vâlsan and James Huff, will be going through the news concerning sexual politics on the Old Continent in the last week.
The Google saga is by far the most important piece of (developing) news of the week. How will this story go down will influence the culture on both sides of the Atlantic and beyond. So we’ll dedicate quite a lengthy segment on it.
In other news, the Berlin Senate wants urinals for women. Also in Austria, apparently old women are willing to pay good money for sex with newly immigrant men in a story that authorities suspect sexual abuse by women might also occur. Meanwhile, in Iraq, a German young woman who has been working for the Islamic State has been arrested – and for some reason most people pretend she’s supposed to be exempted from the normal treatment reserved to traitors and terrorists.
These and other news will be discussed tonight.
So the stories discussed tonight are as follows:
Julian Assange offers job to fired Google employee who wrote anti-diversity memo
Senat fordert Urinal für Frauen, weil das Pissoir ungerecht ist
Mamicile de zahar. Austriece in varsta cumpara favoruri sexuale de la refugiati, unii dintre acestia minori
FACING DEATH Schoolgirl, 16, who fled Germany to join ISIS faces EXECUTION in Iraq – as dramatic video shows her being dragged from jihadi lair in Mosul
The show starts at 7PM BST (London, Reykjavik and Lisbon time)
That is 8 PM CEST (Madrid, Paris, Brussels, Rome, Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Budapest, Berlin, Vienna, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Bern, Bratislava, Prague, Belgrade, Tirana, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Sarajevo and Skopje time)
That is 9 PM EEST (Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, Kiev, Chisinau, Bucharest, Sofia, Athens, Ankara and Nicosia time)
During summertime, Minsk and Moscow time coincides with EEST.
For the listeners in America this means 2 PM EST, 1 PM CST, 12 PM MST and 11 AM PST.
For the listeners in Australia, this means August 11, 2 AM (AWST) in West Australia and 4 AM AEST.