Find our program on your favorite podcast app. Click into the episodes below for full transcripts.
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.
WORLD Radio Rewind
WORLD Radio news coverage highlights from the week of July 26, 2021
WORLD Radio - WORLD Radio Rewind
The World and Everything in It - July 30, 2021
On Culture Friday, pro-life legal battles and modest Olympic uniforms; a streaming series about a gentleman thief trying to follow his moral compass; and your Listener Feedback. Plus: the Friday morning news.
WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It - July 30, 2021
Friday morning news - July 30, 2021
Biden on mask mandates, eviction moratorium ends, border crisis, unemployment rate, and Catholic cardinal charged
WORLD Radio - Friday morning news - July 30, 2021
Culture Friday - Mississippi takes aim at Roe v. Wade
And female Olympians challenge the skimpy uniforms required by some sports
WORLD Radio - Culture Friday - Mississippi takes aim at Roe v. Wade
Kicker - Gold digger
Police dog finds wedding ring lost at the beach
WORLD Radio - Kicker - Gold digger
Thief gone good?
Popular Netflix streaming series raises the age-old question about ends and means
WORLD Radio - Thief gone good?
Reaction to COVID reports, and new podcast launch dates
WORLD Radio - Listener Feedback
The World and Everything in It - July 29, 2021
Why the government continues to track Unidentified Flying Objects; the U.S. military role in Iraq; and a man who’s devoted his life to preserving steam-driven tractors. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.
WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It - July 29, 2021
Thursday morning news - July 29, 2021
Infrastructure fight, economic recovery, mask guidance fallout, vaccine efficacy, and cyber defense
WORLD Radio - Thursday morning news - July 29, 2021
Mystery in the sky
Pentagon report details more than 100 UFO sightings it still can’t explain
WORLD Radio - Mystery in the sky
A new phase in Iraq
What will the end of combat operations mean for the war on terror?
WORLD Radio - A new phase in Iraq
Kicker - Bringing home the gold
Argentine fencer loses her Olympic match but gets an engagement ring instead
WORLD Radio - Kicker - Bringing home the gold
Taming the iron horse
One man’s life-long fascination with the steam engine
WORLD Radio - Taming the iron horse
Cal Thomas - Climate change charlatans
None of the doomsday predictions we’ve heard in the last 50 years have come true
WORLD Radio - Cal Thomas - Climate change charlatans
The World and Everything in It - July 28, 2021
On Washington Wednesday, Georgia Gov. Brain Kemp talks about the push to nationalize election laws; on World Tour, Christians in South Africa work to address issues that sparked this month’s deadly riots; and the unique elements of this year’s Olympic Games. Plus: commentary from Joel Belz, and the Wednesday morning news.
WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It - July 28, 2021
Wednesday morning news - July 28, 2021
CDC reverses mask guidance, record COVID cases in Tokyo, Capitol riot commission begins, China convicts Hong Kong activist, Atlanta spa shooter sentenced
WORLD Radio - Wednesday morning news - July 28, 2021
Washington Wednesday - Free and fair
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on defending his state’s new voting laws against federal lawsuits
WORLD Radio - Washington Wednesday - Free and fair
World Tour - Gospel solutions for South Africa
Church leaders are seeking ways to address long-term issues of poverty and inequality
WORLD Radio - World Tour - Gospel solutions for South Africa
Kicker - Reeling in an iPhone
Fisherman helps unite a woman with her waterlogged smartphone
WORLD Radio - Kicker - Reeling in an iPhone
Pandemic delay isn’t the only thing that makes this year’s Olympics different
WORLD Radio - Unique games