Posts Tagged ‘World Have Your Say
Andy Haden here, MA International Journalism student at UCF. I’m helping out with the WHYS show today, and animal population control is a topic that interests me. I was wondering what the views on it from around the world are.
You may have heard that the Scottish deer population at risk because of the harsh winter. Hunters are being advised to continue to cull animals which are unlikely to survive until spring. The deer hunting industry is worth £240m to the Scottish economy, so population management is a popular method of ensuring deer populations survive. Continue reading ‘Should we manage wild animal populations?’
Jacob Zuma andTiger Woods – what do these men have in common? Some would say – an addiction to sex.
Both Mark and Ros have posted about it (see below). And then there’s the John Terry story currently occupying much of Britain.
A theme that has appeared in this latest rash of high profile cases is the issue of leadership and morality.
UPDATE 27/1/10: We’ve had an incredible response to this post since it went up on Friday – twice as many hits as the next most popular story! So we’ll take it on air today, with the question above as our lead…
The sheer breadth of comment may tip the scales in favour of talking about this on World Have Your Say tonight …
Thierry Henry controlled the ball with his left hand - twice – before passing to William Gallas, who scored the goal that takes France- not Ireland- to the World Cup Finals in South Africa next year. And the French striker has just said the game should be replayed
The Irish government isn’t happy, with the country’s Justice Minister calling for a replay.
UPDATE: Earlier in the week we did say we would talk about this on air today, but the Thierry Henry football story continues to gather pace around the world. We’re hoping we’ll be able to go live with Copenhagen sometime next week.
It was meant to be the final chance to do something about global warming.
But it doesn’t look like there’ll be a deal at the Copenhagen summit next month: the politicians can’t agree.
It’s called African Renaissance, it towers over the Senegalese capital of Dakar, taller than the Statue of Liberty.
When it’s officially dedicated at a ceremony in the next few weeks, the country’s President wants it to symbolise the new aspirations of the younger generation.
The Wall Street investment firm has apologised for its role in the financial crisis. Helped by its biggest investor Warren Buffett (pictured), it’s going to give out 500 million dollars to help small businesses through their economic troubles.