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The World and Everything in It is an Apple Podcasts top 100 News program delivering essential headlines, field reporting, interviews, and expert analysis every weekday. Hear original coverage such as a weekly overview of every Supreme Court case, biblical cultural analysis, and key international stories.


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WORLD Radio Rewind

News coverage highlights from the week of October 18th, 2021: Young men choosing work over college, a crisis for Christians in Lebanon, kidnapping in Haiti, and post-pandemic employment disparities

WORLD Radio - WORLD Radio Rewind


A conversation with Caleb Kaltenbach - S2.E10

Loving those who identify as LGBT without sacrificing commitment to Biblical truth

WORLD Radio - A conversation with Caleb Kaltenbach - S2.E10


The World and Everything in It - October 22, 2021

On Culture Friday, secular pushback to transgender ideology; a movie sci-fi fans have waited years to see; and on Word Play, the origins of the term autumn. Plus: the Friday morning news.

WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It - October 22, 2021


Friday morning news - October 22, 2021

Democrats near spending deal, Pfizer study, unemployment claims drop, the House votes to hold Steve Bannon in contempt, and Trump launches a new social network

WORLD Radio - Friday morning news - October 22, 2021


Culture Friday - Pushback from reality

Transgender ideology will eventually collide with immutable and undeniable facts

WORLD Radio - Culture Friday - Pushback from reality


Intergalactic intrigue

The new film adaptation of Dune delivers the sci-fi epic fans have waited decades to watch

WORLD Radio - Intergalactic intrigue


Word Play - An ode to autumn

The term fall might be more common, but it doesn’t hold the same poetic influence

WORLD Radio - Word Play - An ode to autumn


The World and Everything in It - October 21, 2021

The abundance of jobs amid a high rate of unemployment; gang violence in Haiti and its effect on ministry work; and a man on a mission to feed hikers. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, a toy emergency, and the Thursday morning news.

WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It - October 21, 2021


Thursday morning news - October 21, 2021

COVID vaccine boosters, shots for kids, Parkland school shooter pleads guilty, ACLU sues Oklahoma, and new airstrikes in Tigray

WORLD Radio - Thursday morning news - October 21, 2021


Help wanted

Why are so many people choosing not to work when so many jobs remain unfilled?

WORLD Radio - Help wanted


No longer safe

The instability in Haiti makes short-term mission work impossible, at least for now

WORLD Radio - No longer safe


Kicker - Toy emergency

New Zealand boy calls police to report some pretty cool toys

WORLD Radio - Kicker - Toy emergency


Feeding the hungry

Retired hiker ministers to weary travelers on America’s footpaths

WORLD Radio - Feeding the hungry


Cal Thomas - A high-class problem

Too many leaders are out of touch with the people they lead

WORLD Radio - Cal Thomas - A high-class problem


The World and Everything in It - October 20, 2021

On Washington Wednesday, President Biden’s falling approval rating; on World Tour, the economic crisis in Lebanon; and what prompts birds to pack up and fly south for the winter. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, and the Wednesday morning news.

WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It - October 20, 2021


Wednesday morning news - October 20, 2021

Chinese weapons test, activists urge Beijing Olympics boycott, U.S. pledges support for Ukraine, mix-and-match vaccines, and Haitian gang demands ransom for missionaries

WORLD Radio - Wednesday morning news - October 20, 2021


Washington Wednesday - Woe is Biden

Slipping poll numbers could be difficult for the president to recover from

WORLD Radio - Washington Wednesday - Woe is Biden


World Tour - Crisis of power and faith

Lebanon’s economic spiral could take down one of the region’s oldest Christian communities

WORLD Radio - World Tour - Crisis of power and faith


Kicker - Pointed discovery

Israeli diver finds something unusual buried underwater

WORLD Radio - Kicker - Pointed discovery


Headed south

How do birds know where to go when the summer warmth starts to wane?

WORLD Radio - Headed south


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