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PumaPodcast: Headlines - November 15, 2019
How likely is it for dengue to be transmitted through sex? How are orphans affected by the drug war? Why should you care that the Philippines will become the world's biggest importer of rice? Is Build, Build, Build a "dismal failure"? Traffic is a symptom... of what? And, how are our Gilas Pilipinas Women's Team doing? 
13:05
November 15, 2019
Conversations with Randy David Episode 9 - Paulo Alcazaren, Part 1
What makes a city livable? Definitely not its citizens getting run over while crossing the street, or trapped under a fallen billboard in the middle of a typhoon. Urban planner and landscape architect Paulo Alcazaren talks about everything we've been missing in Metro Manila, and how this came to be, with sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual Randy David.
22:12
November 12, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - November 8, 2019
VP Leni accepts challenge to lead anti-drug campaign. A Filipino ship captain stands up to Chinese in Scarborough Shoal. A Filipina geologist discovers what may be the Earth's largest volcanic caldera. Do you know the capital of Rizal Province? A concert for 90s kids. And why is there a water crisis, anyway?
16:29
November 8, 2019
Huli sa Balita Episode 2: May Alitan sa South China Sea
Disputes over islands and areas in around the South China Sea have flared and raged for decades. You've heard and are aware of the players and headlines, but what are the histories, details, and dynamics we need to know about the South China Sea, the West Philippine Sea, the Spratly Islands - whichever bank and whatever shoal - and all the resources therein?
24:52
November 8, 2019
Usapang Econ Podcast Episode 6: Sino ang dapat sisihin sa water crisis?
Alam na natin kung bakit private concessionaires, at hindi gobyerno, ang namamahala sa distribution ng tubig sa Metro Manila. Pero sino nga ba ang dapat sisihin sa water crisis? At ano ang solusyon dito? Ito ang tatalakayin ni JC Punongbayan, isang batang ekonomista, at ni National Scientist Raul Fabella, dating dean ng UP School of Economics.
13:12
November 5, 2019
Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits - Huli sa Balita, Maraming Sakit ang Pangulo
Si Presidente Duterte na mismo ang nagsasabi, marami siyang karamdaman. Pero bakit tuwing mawawala siya sa mata ng publiko, ang laging tanong: may sakit ba si Presidente? Ito ay bahagi ng Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits.
30:31
October 30, 2019
Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits - Headlines special episode, the real numbers behind the drug war killings
"RIDICULOUSLY LOW NUMBERS" "...There is so much more out there that we don't know about how the drug war is being fought." In a special episode of PumaPodcast: Headlines, Sheila Coronel and her team from Columbia University's Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism discuss the real numbers behind the deaths resulting from the war on drugs. Or as Sheila puts it, what's the price being paid for its results?  More data from their research here: https://data.world/stabile-center/ph-drug-war/ https://github.com/HRDAG/PH-drug-related-killings This is part of the Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits.
26:48
October 30, 2019
Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits - Te Talks, Whistleblowing and the cost of telling the truth
What do Primitivo Mijares, Chavit Singson, and Jun Lozada have in common? They all blew the whistle on the alleged corruption of Philippine presidents. But where are they now? And more importantly, what happened to the people they testified against? Former Supreme Court spokesman Ted Te, with journalist Roby Alampay, weighs in on the true cost of telling the truth. This is part of the Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits.
14:01
October 30, 2019
Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits - Conversations with Randy David, Ambeth Ocampo Part 2
Unexplained wealth, cheating (and good looks) dictating the results of elections, congressmen giving themselves backpay amid the destruction of World War II... What was politics like in the time of Emilio Aguinaldo, Manuel L. Quezon, and Elpidio Quirino? Not very different from today, as historian Ambeth Ocampo tells sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual Randy David. This is part of the Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits.
29:40
October 30, 2019
Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits - Conversations with Randy David, Ambeth Ocampo Part 1
Heroes need braces, too. Like us, they're flawed. And Dr. Jose Rizal? He might've even had bad breath. Learn all the juicy details as sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual Randy David talks to historian Ambeth Ocampo, who insists: "By making our historical personages human, you show that it is in their humanity that they became great." Bonus: here's why Filipino curses are so lame in comparison to Egyptian ones. Also, how do seances figure into our history? This is part of the Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits.
28:00
October 30, 2019
Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits - The Story of Papemelroti
Our very first episode. One of our inspirations, and everybody's favorite little family gift shop. Papemelroti grew from a home-based store in Tomas Morato to every mall's must-have attraction. How'd they do that? Listen to a charming story about a charming family enterprise. This is part of the Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits.
27:46
October 30, 2019
Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits - Playlist ng Buhay Ko, Manny V. Pangilinan
Manny V. Pangilinan is a titan in Philippine business, but describes himself as a "Proud OFW." In this episode of Playlist ng Buhay Ko, MVP opens up about his journey, his regrets, and the music that shaped his life. This is part of the Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits.
43:55
October 30, 2019
Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits - Playlist ng Buhay Ko, Lourd de Veyra
PumaPodcast interviews musician, poet, journalist, TV host Lourd de Veyra. Lourd talks about his life and lists down the songs that make the soundtrack of his life. This is part of the Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits.
33:58
October 30, 2019
Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits - Go Hard Girls, The Greatest Winning Streak Nobody Talks About
Five straight, undefeated seasons. 80 straight wins. The NU Lady Bulldogs did all that from 2014 to 2018. In the first episode of Go Hard Girls, we look back at where and how the Lady Bulldogs' hardcourt dominance  began. The team tells us in their own words about the big moments and untold stories of the Greatest Winning Streak Nobody Talks About.   This is part of the Undas Playlist: PumaPodcast Top Hits.
21:12
October 30, 2019
Usapang Econ Podcast Episode 5: Bakit may water crisis?
Water crisis na naman! Bakit ba nawawalan tayo ng tubig sa Metro Manila? Masasagot lang natin 'yan kung babalikan natin ang panahon bago ang Maynilad at Manila Water. Kasama si National Scientist Raul Fabella, dating dean ng UP School of Economics, aalamin ni JC Punongbayan kung ano ang sitwasyon bago ang privatization ng water sector. 
09:52
October 29, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - October 25, 2019
A major revamp at the PNP. Who is Jovie Espenido? The PH now has the fastest growing HIV epidemic in the world. How many islands does the country have now, and what do high tide and low tide have to do with it? And we peek into the success of Filipino beauty brand Happy Skin.
17:43
October 25, 2019
Te Talks Episode 10: The most powerful lawyers in government
Whose job is it to advise the President on legal matters? Justice Secretary? Solicitor General? Or Chief Presidential Legal Counsel? What are the differences among the most powerful lawyers in government? Former Supreme Court spokesman Ted Te, with journalist Roby Alampay, gives us the answers.
19:23
October 23, 2019
Conversations with Randy David Episode 8 - Ambeth Ocampo, Part 2
Unexplained wealth, cheating (and good looks) dictating the results of elections, congressmen giving themselves backpay amid the destruction of World War II... What was politics like in the time of Emilio Aguinaldo, Manuel L. Quezon, and Elpidio Quirino? Not very different from today, as historian Ambeth Ocampo tells sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual Randy David.
28:12
October 22, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - October 18, 2019
At least one out of every five beneficiaries of the CCT program is a victim of the war on drugs. The ruling on the vice-presidential poll protest is again put off. After more than three years, the Dalian trains are finally off to a test run. Don't miss Design Week Philippines! And Jose Rizal probably had bad breath and needed braces. What does that mean for us ordinary folk?
11:00
October 18, 2019
Usapang Econ Podcast Episode 4: Ano ang cost ng traffic?
Trapiiiiik! Alam mo bang 16 days every year ang naaaksaya natin sa biyahe? In Usapang Trapik, economists JC Punongbayan and Maien Vital try to make sense of the traffic situation and explore possible solutions. They'll also tell us kung ilang milk tea na sana ang nabili natin sa ginagastos natin sa traffic araw-araw. 
16:38
October 16, 2019
Conversations with Randy David Episode 7 - Ambeth Ocampo, Part 1
Heroes need braces, too. Like us, they're flawed. And Dr. Jose Rizal? He might've even had bad breath.  Learn all the juicy details as sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual Randy David talks to historian Ambeth Ocampo, who insists: "By making our historical personages human, you show that it is in their humanity that they became great." Bonus: here's why Filipino curses are so lame in comparison to Egyptian ones. Also, how do seances figure into our history?
26:31
October 15, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - October 11, 2019
Why the holdup on the VP poll protest decision? The daughter of a murder victim speaks up on World Day Against the Death Penalty. Wala ba talagang transportation crisis? The numbers say otherwise. Our ranking in the World Competitiveness Report goes down. The spotlight on suicide prevention on World Mental Health Day. Why you should care about this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry. International Day of the Girl. And a tribute to Carlos Celdran.
19:15
October 11, 2019
Conversations with Randy David Episode 6 - Clarissa Delgado
Did you know that 87 percent of all Filipinos who enter the public school system don't graduate from high school?  Sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual Randy David interviews Teach for the Philippines President Clarissa Delgado about their efforts to ensure that Filipinos get a relevant, inclusive, and excellent education. 
21:10
October 8, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - October 4, 2019
Is recycling still the solution to plastic pollution? Was it ever? A step forward in eradicating child labor. Violence in Hong Kong worsens. Treatment for persons living with HIV *is* accessible. African Swine Fever isn't the only threat to the meat we eat. Why do so few students graduate from high school? The UN selects a Filipina - among others - to lead the fight against malnutrition. And a preview of our new show on mixed martial arts. 
16:46
October 4, 2019
Te Talks Episode 9: Whistleblowing and the cost of telling the truth
What do Primitivo Mijares, Chavit Singson, and Jun Lozada have in common? They all blew the whistle on the alleged corruption of Philippine presidents. But where are they now? And more importantly, what happened to the people they testified against? Former Supreme Court spokesman Ted Te, with journalist Roby Alampay, weighs in on the true cost of telling the truth.
12:48
October 1, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - September 27, 2019
Young Filipinos join the global climate strike. Keeping the truth of Martial Law alive. Maternal deaths down by 20 percent since 2000. A data scientist's recommendation to solve the traffic crisis. The tough fight against African swine fever. Do we protect our whistleblowers enough? And our new show on female pleasure and sexuality.
12:36
September 27, 2019
What's AP? Episode 3: The Ninoy Aquino Spy Thriller
Forged passports, threatening telegrams, and a PR campaign run from halfway around the world-- this is the story behind Ninoy's homecoming. In this episode of What's AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted, Sab and Ceej revisit the events leading up to that fateful day at the airport and shed light on the individuals whose bravery and sacrifice made it all possible.
24:32
September 23, 2019
Usapang Econ Podcast Episode 3: Golden age ba talaga ng ekonomiya ang Marcos years?
Tumaas ba ang kita ng mga Pilipino noong martial law? Ano ang kapalit ng maraming infrastructure na pinagawa ng mga Marcos? At totoo bang benevolent dictator si Ferdinand Marcos? Ito ang economics ng martial law: Where economists JC Punongbayan and Maien Vital use historical facts and data to debunk some economic myths being spun about the Philippines' martial law era from 1972 to 1986.
28:01
September 21, 2019
Go Hard Girls Bonus Episode: Ella Fajardo of Gilas Pilipinas
At just 16 years old, Ella Fajardo helped win the Philippines its first FIBA medal in the women's division. In this special bonus episode, Ella and Go Hard Girls host Ceej Tantengco talk about her experiences as a Filipina baller in the USA and why the new generation of female athletes are speaking up for equality like never before.
13:08
September 20, 2019
Conversations with Randy David Episode 5 - Cheche Lazaro
Sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual Randy David discusses the power of the internet, the changing way we consume content, and the dark days of the Marcos regime with veteran broadcast journalist Cheche Lazaro.
26:25
September 16, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - September 14, 2019
Congress seeks ways to assist rice farmers. Duterte supports anti-discrimination, but not the SOGIE bill. Hong Kong protests aren't ending soon. Philippine cinema turns 100. Debunking economic myths about the Marcos period. Reporting under a dictatorship. And the Manila International Book Fair happens this weekend.
14:29
September 13, 2019
Go Hard Girls Bonus Episode: Live and unfiltered with the NU Lady Bulldogs!
NU Lady Bulldogs’ Coach Patrick Aquino, UAAP Finals MVP Jack Animam, and Go Hard Girls host Ceej Tantengco sit down with PumaPodcast CEO Roby Alampay for a roundtable discussion. You’ll hear stories from behind the scenes of Go Hard Girls and what their dreams for women’s basketball are. Recorded live at the PumaPodcast Press Launch.
22:36
September 11, 2019
Usapang Econ Podcast Episode 2: Bakit hindi ka pa nagpapakasal? (Part 2)
Like economists JC Punongbayan and Maien Vital, you may be getting that question from your titos and titas too. "Bakit hindi ka pa nagpapakasal?" But are they actually *gasp* JUSTIFIED in asking that question? JC and Maien look into the cultural, historical, and economic basis of marriage in this episode.
10:40
September 10, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - September 6, 2019
We're concerned about water quantity, but what about quality? Metro Manila's forgotten masterplans. You may be single, but you're not alone. And the plight of women migrants.
09:02
September 6, 2019
Conversations with Randy David Episode 4 - Bishop Ambo David, Part 2
Sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual Randy David speaks with his brother, Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, about responding to attacks against the Catholic Church; its efforts to be more responsive to the youth; and the radicality of a faith that promises redemption for both the good and the wicked. This episode includes discussions on mental health, including some reference to depression and suicide. If you or people you know are dealing with mental health issues, talk to someone about it. You may also call the Department of Health's National Center for Mental Health crisis hotline at 0917 899 8727 (USAP) and 989 8727 (USAP), which is operated 24/7.
27:38
September 3, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines special episode - The real numbers behind the killings in the drug war
'RIDICULOUSLY LOW NUMBERS' "...There is so much more out there that we don't know about how the drug war is being fought." In a special episode of PumaPodcast: Headlines, Sheila Coronel and her team from Columbia University's Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism discuss the real numbers behind the deaths resulting from the war on drugs. Or as Sheila puts it, what's the price being paid for its results?  More data from their research here: https://data.world/stabile-center/ph-drug-war/ https://github.com/HRDAG/PH-drug-related-killings
25:38
August 30, 2019
Conversations with Randy David Episode 3 - Bishop Ambo David, Part 1
Sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual Randy David speaks with his brother, Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David. What is it like being shepherd to a flock that has fallen victim to the bloody war on drugs? Why are so many affected communities seemingly in favor of it? And what is the Catholic Church doing to remind them of the casualties' humanity?
28:47
August 27, 2019
What's AP? Episode 2: Remembering the Forgotten War
Who do you remember on National Heroes Day? Bonifacio, Rizal...but what about the brave Filipinos who were first responders in the Korean War? In this episode, Ceej Tantengco and Sab Schnabel talk about Philippines' involvement the Forgotten War, and speak to a great-grandson of one of the heroes.
24:54
August 26, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - August 23, 2019
Can we ever have an accurate count of the persons killed in the war on drugs? Gov't wants expanded wiretapping powers VS terrorism. Chinese warships too close for comfort. A new report on disinformation during the May elections. Why is the US interested in Greenland? Good conduct time allowances in Calauan mayor case. Indigenous languages in danger of disappearing.
17:31
August 23, 2019
Usapang Econ Podcast Episode 1: Bakit hindi ka pa nagpapakasal?
"Bakit hindi ka pa nagpapakasal?" Like many young people, economists JC Punongbayan and Maien Vital get this question all too often from their titos and titas. In Episode 1 of the Usapang Econ Podcast, they look at the data and discuss marriage trends over the decades. What are the factors that contribute to Filipinos getting married later in life? And what should the titas and titos of the Philippines know, anyway?
15:06
August 21, 2019
Te Talks Episode 8: Death penalty in the Philippines
Remember Leo Echegaray? Atty. Ted Te gives a throwback to the last time the Philippines reinstated the death penalty. What were the arguments for it then? Was the Philippines better off with or without it?
18:30
August 20, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - August 16, 2019
A national dengue epidemic. Should the OSG be involved in the sedition case against the opposition? TRO on Mamasapano trial lifted. A new report on how land use affects climate change. How IPs are protecting our biodiversity. Police presence in schools? And a man dies after being deported by the US to Iraq.
17:19
August 16, 2019
Go Hard Girls Episode 2: The MVP Who Almost Didn't Play
UAAP Finals MVP Jack Danielle Animam didn't play basketball until she was in high school. We look at what her story tells us about the state of youth development for women's basketball, and speak to Girls Got Game about how they empower young girls through sports.
20:24
August 15, 2019
Conversations with Randy David Episode 2 - Dr. Cornelio Banaag, Part 2
Join Randy David - a sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual in Asia - in his conversations about the different aspects of contemporary life which Filipinos need to navigate in a globalized, modern world. This episode is part two of his discussion with Dr. Cornelio Banaag, the father of child psychiatry in the Philippines, and they talk about what parents should do for their children who are facing depression and anxiety. 
12:54
August 13, 2019
Conversations with Randy David Episode 1 - Dr. Cornelio Banaag, Part 1
Join Randy David - a sociologist, writer, and leading public intellectual in Asia - in his conversations about the different aspects of contemporary life which Filipinos need to navigate in a globalized, modern world. In this episode, he speaks with Dr. Cornelio Banaag, the father of child psychiatry in the Philippines, about Filipino children's mental health.
22:50
August 6, 2019
Te Talks Episode 7: Separation of Powers
What are the chances for an independent Congress? (When the President chooses the House leaders, Minority Leaders come from the ruling parties...and even the Opposition reps join the Super Majority?)
15:26
August 5, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - August 2, 2019
What does sedition mean? The VP's SONA. Clamping down on the PCSO. Scrapping the Security of Tenure bill. Beijing speaks about Hong Kong. Not enough psychiatrists amid growing demand. And employers are optimistic about growing their teams.
16:02
August 1, 2019
Te Talks Episode 6: WHAT'S OUR POSITION? - Pres. Duterte's Policies on the South China Sea
Atty. Ted Te talks with maritime law expert Atty. Jay Batongbacal about President Rodrigo Duterte's policies on the South China Sea and their implications for Philippine rights and claims. 
18:52
July 27, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - July 26, 2019
Death penalty reimposed? Fast-tracking the coco levy funds. Is China in "possession" or in "position" at the West Philippine Sea? What does the law say about the President endorsing the House Speaker? An "incursion" into South Korean airspace. Is the UK's future bright with Boris Johnson? And teaching kids gender inclusivity through stories.
17:24
July 26, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - July 19, 2019
Why is the President still so popular? Keeping track of gov't anti-poverty efforts. More people go hungry, but more are getting obese, too. AIDS-related deaths on the decline. Decongesting jails is not enough. PH, an ageing society? And introducing MAD Travel.
15:54
July 19, 2019
Playlist ng Buhay Ko: Manny V. Pangilinan
Manny V. Pangilinan is a titan in Philippine business, but describes himself as a "Proud OFW." In this episode of Playlist ng Buhay Ko, MVP opens up about his journey, his regrets, and the music that shaped his life.
43:46
July 16, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - July 12, 2019
Amnesty International: 3 years into war on drugs, killings have become normalized. Destruction wrought by Chinese activity on PH reefs. A long-term solution to the water shortage. Mislatel gets license to operate, but what went on before? Listen to a "new" Freddie Mercury song. Fighting violence and harassment at work. And the inaugural Good Design Award PH. 
17:58
July 12, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - July 5, 2019
Record infra spending. Mobility and connectivity updates from DPWH and DICT. How polluted is Manila air? And how do you green the city? Why violent protests broke out I'm Hong Kong. And meet the Pavarotti of pastures.
15:03
July 5, 2019
Huli sa Balita Episode 1: Maraming Sakit ang Pangulo
Si Presidente Duterte na mismo ang nagsasabi, marami siyang karamdaman. Pero bakit tuwing mawawala siya sa mata ng publiko, ang laging tanong: may sakit ba si Presidente?
27:54
July 2, 2019
Go Hard Girls Episode 1: The Greatest Winning Streak Nobody Talks About
Five straight, undefeated seasons. 80 straight wins. The NU Lady Bulldogs did all that from 2014 to 2018. In the first episode of Go Hard Girls, we look back at where and how the Lady Bulldogs' hardcourt dominance  began. The team tells us in their own words about the big moments and untold stories of the Greatest Winning Streak Nobody Talks About.  
19:44
June 28, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 28, 2019
What's the Pride March for, anyway? Inmates are living on 70 pesos' worth of meals a day. Behind the image of the drowned father and child. And Millennials are more pessimistic than ever.
11:24
June 28, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 26, 2019
UN human rights body concerned about drug war killings. Sangley Airport finished by September. Suicide prevention hotline seeks donations. And a birdsong competition in Singapore.
11:43
June 26, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 24, 2019
A new species of clam that eats rocks...and is only found in Bohol. The Bangkok Declaration on Combating Marine Debris in ASEAN Region. UN asks Iran and US to de-escalate tensions. And the water shortage continues.
11:44
June 24, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 21, 2019
Environmentalists to ASEAN leaders: our home is no place for developed countries' trash. Why boys drop out of school. PH performance VS human trafficking. And remembering Eddie Garcia's career. 
11:51
June 21, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 19, 2019
The other dangers Filipino fishers face. How LGBT-friendly are our workplaces? And Spotify's new report on Millennials and Gen Z.
07:29
June 19, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 17, 2019
What can Malacañang say for sure about the collision in Recto Bank? What's it like for same-sex couples without civil unions? How can you tell if it's severe dengue? And what's happening in Sudan?
08:22
June 17, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 14, 2019
A Pinoy goes to the NZ Parliament - as an MP. A glut of mangoes has Filipino farmers reeling. The continuing criminalization of LGBTs? And, let's talk about Father's Day.
08:41
June 14, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 12, 2019
Independence Day,  Pride Month, AND World Day Against Child Labor. A terrible musical loss for humanity. And Japanese women take a stand against high heels.
10:44
June 12, 2019
What's AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted Episode 1: UNdependence Day
What's AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted Episode 1: UNdependence Day: Because it's not as simple as waving a flag Brush up on Philippine history from 1898 to the 1940s as we take a closer look at our Independence Day. Why and how did it shift from June 12 to July 4 and back again? And who is this mystery white guy they called "The Stranger", and what was he doing at the signing of our constitution? 
13:21
June 12, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 10, 2019
We check in on our overworked teachers. Veteran journalist arrested on mistaken identity. Hong Kong protesters against proposed extradition law. And the first World Food Safety Day.
09:49
June 10, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 7, 2019
Why stop sending PH delegates to climate talks? Celebrating World Environment Day. How to practice healthy sex. And Amazon customers soon to have packages arriving by drone.
10:55
June 7, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 5, 2019
The US immigration and citizenship services office in Manila closes. Remembering Tiananmen Square. Philippine eagles on loan to Singapore. And young Americans take government to court for failing to act on climate change.
10:32
June 5, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - June 3, 2019
 Presidential spox: Marcoses CAN participate in the auction of ill-gotten jewelry. What did researchers find on an expedition to Kalayaan Group of Islands? A look back at the water crisis. And Filipinas are making a splash in Hong Kong.
13:38
June 3, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 31, 2019
 A reminder on World No Tobacco Day. Hotel and restaurant workers may soon get 100% of SC. Why should you care about DIWATA-2? And 11 Everest climbers are killed in 2 weeks. 
09:20
May 31, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 29, 2019
Bawal Bastos Bill now a law. Taking stock of El Niño's effects. PH's first steps into space exploration. And burnout is NOT a medical condition.
11:56
May 29, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 27, 2019
That time we gave refuge to Jews fleeing Nazis. DepEd's plans for schoolyear 2019-2020. Myanmar frees soldiers jailed for killing ten Rohingya. And the Library of Things.
09:27
May 27, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 24, 2019
4Ps is now a law. How did the first batch of senior high grads do? PDEA wants a Shanti Dope song banned. And introducing... ScUBER.
10:50
May 24, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 22, 2019
Comelec proclaims winning senators. A push for stronger NEDA. The Juvenile Justice law turns 13. And over 300 Indonesian poll workers dead.
10:49
May 22, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 20, 2019
Google suspends some business with Huawei. DOF vs PIDS in tax reform impacts. Himalayan glaciers are shrinking. And Hello Kitty turns 45.
12:53
May 20, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 17, 2019
A Senate dominated by the President's allies. Boys lag behind in education. Leaked audio has pilots railing against new Boeing technology ahead of Ethiopia crash. And 'biocurtains' clean the air.
13:28
May 17, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 13, 2019
Overspending candidates. Hundreds of pregnant women at risk in Maguindanao. Spanish dads want fewer kids after paternity leave. And a bakery in a Bataan jail.
07:58
May 13, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 10, 2019
A million species face extinction. When can Marawi evacuees return home? An abusive practice affects millions of girls. And why should you be excited about 5G?
11:19
May 10, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 8, 2019
Does vote-buying work? Environmentalists say #IsyuHindiKandidato.  What's the President's work day like? And for the first time, the UN Security Council recognizes that are also vulnerable to sexual violence in times of conflict.
08:55
May 8, 2019
Te Talks Episode 5: On Being Critical of Government
In this episode of #TeTalks, we talk about the right to organize and what it means to be critical of government.
13:33
May 7, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 6, 2019
"Bikoy" surfaces. University heads: war on drugs breeds dangerous culture. And Facebook is sharing their data... for the good.
09:14
May 6, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 3, 2019
Is an end to HIV and AIDS in sight? Senior high grads aren't getting hired. Digital fashion for your OOTDs. And Happy National Heritage Month!
09:52
May 3, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - May 1, 2019
Millions are still dying from the dangers of their jobs. An uprising in Venezuela. Remembering the Rana Plaza collapse. And a new Facebook is in the works.
10:19
May 1, 2019
Te Talks Episode 4: Law 101
Indictment? Suspect? Right to Counsel? We often read it in headlines but what does it really mean? In this episode of #TeTalks where Atty. Ted Te gives us a crash course to basic legal terms. Who knows? At the end of the episode, you might just catch yourself throwing around legal jargon despite the lack of "probable cause".
17:23
April 30, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 29, 2019
How Oplan Tokhang violates basic rights. CHR says it's time to pursue cases VS police. DOST botanists discover a new Hoya plant. And Filipinos' reading habits.
09:52
April 29, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 26, 2019
Drug-related killings in police ops on the rise. An expedition to Kalayaan. Why you should care about giant clams. And meet the prehistoric king of the beasts.
09:15
April 26, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 25, 2019
Cooler temperatures in June. The PH as a global hub for AI? Kids weigh in on internet vs TV. And children should sit less and play more.
10:47
April 25, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 24, 2019
Earthquakes reveal silver lining. How to feed disaster-stricken communities. A solution to climate change. And Chinese subtitles for "Avengers: Endgame".
08:55
April 24, 2019
Te Talks Episode 3: Provision Defining EJKs
Did the administration just sign a law with a provision that defines EJK? It sure caught the legal world by surprise! But what does this really mean? And can a simple thing as a definition actually have an impact on future cases to come? Makinig sa Te Talks, where Ted talks on all things law and government.
14:52
April 23, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 23, 2019
Two earthquakes rattle PH. A documentary on the war on drugs. Why you should care about PH being an upper middle income country. And a new trend in online shopping.
09:25
April 23, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 22, 2019
Violence in Sri Lanka. A song from drug war orphans. PH call centers in U.S. healthcare scam. And press freedom in 2019.
10:21
April 22, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 17, 2019
Listen to the blue-winged pitta. A secretive Amazon tribe is spotted. And will prosthetic hearts be in the market soon?
06:55
April 17, 2019
Te Talks Episode 2: PH Territorial Dispute 101
Former Supreme Court spokesperson and leading human rights lawyer Atty. Ted Te ay #PumaPodcast ulit! Makinig sa TE TALKS, where Ted Te talks on all things law and government. In this episode, we run down the terms that we often hear when it comes to our territorial dispute with China in the West Ph sea. 
18:19
April 16, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 16, 2019
Goodbye spix macaws? Battered husbands. And marriage trends in the PH.
06:37
April 16, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 15, 2019
Who's the happiest country in the world? Automation in factories puts women's jobs at risk. And Jollibee goes Mexican.
05:44
April 15, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 12, 2019
Why, How and When you should start talking about the Telecommuting Law in the office. Philippine hospitals' water problems - before the water crisis. And Wikileaks' Julian Assange is arrested in London.
10:26
April 12, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 11, 2019
Introducing... Homo luzonensis. Implementing the universal healthcare law. And NEDA wants expanded 4Ps coverage.
12:47
April 11, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 10, 2019
The latest poverty stats. Distrust of China. An update on the passport data mess. And the return of ROTC?
10:03
April 10, 2019
Te Talks Episode 1: PH withdrawal from the ICC
You knew him as the Supreme Court spokesperson and human rights lawyer. Ngayon si Atty. Ted Te ay #PumaPodcast na rin! Makinig sa TE TALKS, where Atty. Ted talks on all things law and government.  On this episode of Te Talks, hear what Atty. Ted has to say about the country’s withdrawal from the Int'l Criminal Court.
16:21
April 9, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 8, 2019
Dutertes' SALNs raise questions. Hotter weeks ahead. 62 million people affected by climate change. And a new cure for dengue?
09:16
April 8, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 5, 2019
The Duterte wealth. When can Marawi residents return? Unmasking PH growth. And global warming is worse than ever.
09:53
April 5, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 4, 2019
Police reports show chilling pattern in drug killings. China's internment camps. Things look bleak for the Great Barrier Reef. And Facebook's news tab.
11:30
April 4, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 3, 2019
Negros Oriental top cops sacked. SC wants drug war docs released. Environmental groups ask for FDA's help to curb plastic pollution. How did the first mobile phone call go 46 years ago?
10:16
April 3, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 2, 2019
Lower expectations for PH growth. US warns against China's Belt and Road initiative. Immediate plans for BARMM. And DOH says #EndTBNowNa!
08:44
April 2, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - April 1, 2019
 Government advises fishermen to stay away from Panatag Shoal. El Niño damages. New award for Marcos victims. And new forms of child labor?
10:54
April 1, 2019
PumaPodcast Headlines - March 29, 2019
200 Facebook pages and accounts taken down for suspicious behavior. What’s Kai Sotto gearing up for? And the story of the word “okay.”
07:52
March 29, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 28, 2019
Territory, sovereignty, patrimony: a definition of terms. PH at the Commission on Narcotics and Drugs. Human trafficking syndicates target minors. And the first genderless AI voice.
08:59
March 28, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 27, 2019
Foreign drug cartels in the PH. Senate finally signs off on budget. Checking in on kasambahays. And National Literature Month... for the visually-impaired.
11:42
March 27, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 26, 2019
Angat Dam's water levels drop. The Mueller report is out. Netflix's new rival. And a third of shark and ray species endangered.
07:56
March 26, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 25, 2019
Conflict displaces 50,000 in Mindanao. Filipinos clean up after FB horrors. The measles death toll. And a holiday for West PH Sea "victory".
09:36
March 25, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 22, 2019
Ex-government officials sue Xi Jinping before ICC. CA dismisses administrative complaints VS Junjun Binay. And is it really the end of peace talks with Communists?
09:28
March 22, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 21, 2019
Government threatens ICC investigators...and warns Filipinos against cooperating. One of the worst storms on record scars three African nations. Women are working longer hours than men, while earning less. And another honesty-based experiment fails.
09:31
March 21, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 20, 2019
New Senate building’s controversial contractor. Getting kids to read more books. How to adopt the right way. And are we REALLY out of the ICC now?
11:41
March 20, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 19, 2019
Reelectionist senators stay atop the surveys. Short term plans to address the water crisis. And a dead whale...that won't be the last to choke on plastic 
07:56
March 19, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 18, 2019
PH out of ICC. Still no end to ENDO. SWS happiness survey. And remembering MILF’s Ghazali Jaafar.
12:02
March 18, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 15, 2019
The narcolist is out. Government's bright side to TRAIN. And women empowerment... in the bedroom.
10:19
March 15, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 14, 2019
Meth production rises in Southeast Asia. What's Kaliwa Dam? How's the government doing on women's rights? And who - or what - is Copernicus?
12:51
March 14, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 13, 2019
The Finance Secretary on deals with China. Water scarcity. The burden of unpaid care work on women. And the world's oldest person.
10:06
March 13, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 12, 2019
Government on Chinese vessels driving away our fishermen from Pagasa Island. What's being done about Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes? The motherhood pay gap. And what you should know about heatstroke. 
08:34
March 12, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 11, 2019
Emergency water outages catch Metro Manila off guard. Where does NCR’s water supply come from? How prepared are we for disasters? And the Housewives Compensation Bill.
09:07
March 11, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 8, 2019
Why we ranked high in that air quality report. The state of PH education. Malaysia warns against closer ties with China. And Huawei sues the US government.
11:21
March 8, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 7, 2019
Something’s brewing at the end of the current El Niño. A tycoon puts up a hefty amount to clean up Manila Bay. New pay scheme for bus drivers. What’s the new trend in jobseekers these days?
09:46
March 7, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 6, 2019
Filipinos fear becoming EJK victims. A shortage of anti-rabies vaccines for humans. Finally a cure for HIV? And hackers are now targeting smartphones.
08:30
March 6, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 5, 2019
The new Bangko Sentral governor. The top killer of 5 to 29-year-olds.  LinkedIn says women workers have a new expectation and demand in workplaces.  And what does “indictment” mean, anyway?
10:35
March 5, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 4, 2019
US assures PH on Mutual Defense Treaty..and warns vs Huawei. Women's Month, men, and reproductive health. And what's sedition, anyway?
12:52
March 4, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - March 1, 2019
Pakistan calls for calm amid tensions with India. Would a release of a government 'narcolist' even be legal? It’s the start of Women’s Month. Who’s really planning when you opt for family planning?
11:04
March 1, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 28, 2019
Government preps for El Niño. Climate change causing thinning clouds. And PAL’s largest seat sale.
04:55
February 28, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 27, 2019
Trillanes indicted for inciting to sedition. Have international drug cartels entered the Philippines? A wildlife sanctuary in Manila Bay. Lunar lander en route to moon with some important cargo.
10:19
February 27, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 26, 2019
Senators won’t let Chinese workers influx be. “Extrajudicial killings” now legally defined in PH. SWS says many Filipinos don’t feel safe. And are folding mobile devices the next big thing?
14:20
February 26, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 25, 2019
"Never forget" the wins of the EDSA revolution says President Rodrigo Duterte. Government wants enforced disappearances cases delisted from UN. Pope on Church leaders who sexually abuse children: "tools of Satan." Meet the rebel leader-turned-chief of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority.
12:56
February 25, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 22, 2019
Three months paid leave for working moms. What is the president’s veto power about? A troubling report on the sexual exploitation of children. A Qatar win keeps Gilas Pilipinas’ FIBA World Cup hopes alive.
09:50
February 22, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 21, 2019
El Niño descends upon the Philippines. Free healthcare for all Filipinos. What can you do as single-owner corporation? Samsung unveils a folding smartphone that doubles as a tablet.
13:16
February 21, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 20, 2019
Is the number portability law a win for consumers? Dengvaxia now permanently outlawed. CBCP urges victims of sexual abuse in the Church to speak up. An app allows Saudis to track their wives and daughters.
12:38
February 20, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 19, 2019
Enrile’s hearing over PDAF scam postponed again. Duterte partially vetoes Tax Amnesty Act. PCOO in Europe to explain Rappler case. And Marvel’s new Filipino heroine.
11:34
February 19, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 18, 2019
Philstar.com takes down its Keng articles. What will the rice tariffication law mean to you? Earth’s green cover improves, but not necessarily good.
10:29
February 18, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 15, 2019
“Continuous publication:” what is the basis for Maria Ressa’s arrest? Candidates who spend more than what they’re worth could be liable for graft. The black leopard isn’t rare at all. Koreas set aside differences for 2032 Olympic bid. 
13:29
February 15, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 14, 2019
Rappler Chief arrested for cyberlibel. Who spent the most on pre-campaign ads? Do’s and don’ts of civil servants during the elections. NASA bids adieu to one of its most successful projects.
14:31
February 14, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 13, 2019
701 election hotspots identified. Water wars of the future right in our backyard. HIV incidence remains high. Students fight for climate action. 
11:10
February 13, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 12, 2019
The legendary Armida Siguion-Reyna passes away. The government in the dark about sale of Marcos-owned painting. Not enough girls are taking STEM courses. And are insects going extinct? 
08:45
February 12, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 11, 2019
Measles cases nationwide breach 4000. President Duterte vetoes the Coco Levy Bill. Pope admits nuns sexually abused by priests and bishops. COMELEC starts securing the integrity of the 2019 elections.
06:45
February 11, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 8, 2019
Lanao del Norte stays intact. Pangasinan cops charged with murder of teen. 2019 budget finally passed in Congress. Manila Bay’s seafloor holds a 40-year old secret. 
10:54
February 8, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 7, 2019
Measles outbreak in Manila and Visayas. Franchise woes over for Mislatel. Catcalling and other forms of harassment about to be outlawed. Global suicide rate drops 30 percent over 3 decades. 
13:36
February 7, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 6, 2019
The expanded Bangsamoro: Who's in, who's out? Catholic and Muslim leaders air a common call. The problem with electricity in the Philippines. Trump gets his stage. 
11:07
February 6, 2019
PumaPodcast Headlines - February 5, 2019
Inflation slows down for a third month in a row. What makes the Murang Kuryente Bill possible? Senate wants 4Ps institutionalized. Reclamation now under Office of the President.
09:19
February 5, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 4, 2019
Who are the suspects in the Jolo bombing? What’s next after the BOL is ratified? Why should you quit FB? And are supersonic jets back?
12:12
February 4, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - February 1, 2019
Good luck seeing congressmen's SALNs. How many times can Martial Law be extended? From US to EU: Fear of Huawei. And new tech that lets a computer read - and speak for - your brain. 
12:42
February 1, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 31, 2019
Mislatel telco snagged - and a crucial question about China Telecoms. An NDF peace consultant is murdered. How will Duterte fill two SC posts? And a plea from the President to parents. 
11:25
January 31, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 30, 2019
Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index.  Another blast rocks Mindanao. Catholic bishops apologize for their silence. And what to do about Apple's Facetime bug? 
09:35
January 30, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 29, 2019
Martial Law extension for Mindanao? Surfers vs coal power in La Union. The Comelec cuts the number of senatoriables. And an F1 race in Manila? 
11:42
January 29, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 28, 2019
Government wants continued martial law in Mindanao after Jolo attacks. ILO's new report on the future of work. How you can help our farmers. And R.I.P. Joey Pepe Smith. 
13:03
January 28, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 25, 2019
Eight years since the murder of Palawan broadcaster Gerry Ortega. Tourist arrivals in 2018 at all-time high. Chinese workers are taking over construction jobs because Filipinos "lack the skills". UNESCO says bullying has "increased significantly" in Philippine schools. 
09:42
January 25, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 24, 2019
Key cities vote on their inclusion in the BARMM. The lowering of MACR approved on second reading. The latest on the GDP. And tawilis is now endangered. 
12:24
January 24, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 23, 2019
What's already happening with police and children in conflict with the law, without a lower MACR. Oxfam's new report on inequality. Still no El Niño. And what exactly is the Road Board? 
13:00
January 23, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 22, 2019
 An SWS survey on BOL support. The effect of lowering the age of criminal responsibility on our reputation. Dim prospects for those wanting to work in the US. And animals are now on the night shift. 
10:48
January 22, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 21, 2019
Mindanaoans vote in the BOL plebiscite. The House Committee on Justice approves a bill lowering the age of criminal liability from 15 to 9 years old. Remembering Henry Sy. And how do you write an X? 
13:47
January 21, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 18, 2019
 The inflation rate slows down. Over a billion email and password combinations have been stolen. National Autism Consciousness Week. And the PSA-approved Consumer Expectations Survey. What exactly is it? 
09:44
January 18, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 17, 2019
A possible takeover of Hanjin by the government. The Bangsamoro Organic Law plebiscite and why you should care. 75 coffee species threatened by extinction. And a new sport at the SEA games which you might be qualified for. 
14:46
January 17, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 16, 2019
Good news for Filipinos with diabetes and hypertension. Clarifying rules on PWDs, blindness, and eyesight grades. By how much, exactly, are fuel prices going up? And the future of work and robots...and Pinoys' current role in making it all happen right now. Plus a few more things you need to know.
11:20
January 16, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 15, 2019
 Farmers are dumping their vegetables. Hanjin sinks, tries to buy time. A new HIV-AIDS Law. Passport data is safe, it seems, but about that contract...and The Philippine Poetry Jukebox 
12:25
January 15, 2019
PumaPodcast: Headlines - January 14, 2019
Our maiden newscast. The new Telecommuting Law. Philippine passport data compromised? Cleaning up Manila Bay. Fake News and the senior members of your family. 
17:26
January 14, 2019
Playlist ng Buhay Ko: Lourd de Veyra
PumaPodcast interviews musician, poet, journalist, TV host Lourd de Veyra. Lourd talks about his life and lists down the songs that make the soundtrack of his life.
33:40
January 14, 2019
PumaPodcast: The Story of Papemelroti
Our very first episode. One of our inspirations, and everybody's favorite little family gift shop. Papemelroti grew from a home-based store in Tomas Morato to every mall's must-have attraction. How'd they do that? Listen to a charming story about a charming family enterprise.
26:32
December 9, 2018
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