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Cristina Marconi

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Cristina Marconi cammina per Londra fianco a fianco con Virginia Woolf, la città di cui fidarsi

La viaggiatrice femminista

Cristina Marconi, giornalista e scrittrice, autrice di A Londra con Virginia Woolf, racconta perché Londra ha la capacità di cambiare le persone e perché la sua luce color champagne non manca mai di sedurre.

21mins

14 May 2021

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3x34 | Scienxxa, donne nella scienza, Gianfranco Capitta, In viaggio con Luca, Cristina Marconi, A Londra con Virginia Woolf

Letture Metropolitane

In questa puntata:- Beatrice Polacchi di Scienxxa, un profilo Instagram di divulgazione scientifica per tutti, gestito da ragazze a sostegno delle donne nella scienza.- Gianfranco Capitta che ci parlerà del film documentario “In viaggio con Luca” con la regia di Simone Marcelli e dei 50 anni de Il Manifesto- Cristina Marconi autrice di “A Londra con Virginia Woolf”, pubblicato da Giulio Perrone Editore - audiolibro della settimana: "Adesso", scritto e letto da Chiara Gamberale, Emons Libri & Audiolibri #MindTheBookPodcast della puntata di 28 Aprile 2021 trasmessa su Radio Elettrica💥 Contenuti EXTRA 💥 http://linktr.ee/letturemetropolitane

1hr 49mins

2 May 2021

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L' ISOLA DESERTA - Cristina Marconi

L'isola deserta

Cristina Marconi scrittrice

30mins

25 Mar 2021

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19_24 Aprile con Cristina Marconi

Post Brexit News Explosion

Post Brexit News Explosion è un podcast e canale youtube dedicato alle notizie dal Regno Unito. Angelo Boccato e Alessandro Mariscalco raccontano questi concitati giorni di Corona virus in UK. Ospite di questa puntata la giornalista (Messaggero e Il Foglio) e scrittrice Cristina Marconi. Argomenti trattati in questo episodio: 2:20 Test online e come si configura la fase 2 in UK 7:42 Le tribolazioni interne al Partito Conservatore 9:18 Cosa aspettarci con il ritorno al lavoro di Boris Johnson e come il Labour sta fronteggiando la crisi 12:55 La politica al tempo della pandemia ad appannaggio soltanto maschile in UK come in Italia 14:54 La scelta politica di non attingere agli schemi europei per approvvigionamento di materiale medico e le trattative per la Brexit 20:30 il ruolo della Famiglia Reale in questo momento e come la figura di Meghan Markle è stata trattata dai media 26:28 Come una scrittrice di romanzi racconterebbe la Londra, città irreale, ai tempi del Coronavirus Link di interesse: Coronavirus: Senior civil servant backtracks on claim UK’s failure to join EU ventilator scheme was ‘political decision’ - Independent https://bit.ly/2Ky9VKW Princess Michael of Kent apologises for 'racist jewellery' worn at lunch with Meghan Markle – The Guardian https://bit.ly/2xOEBoF Taking Control: The Dominic Cummings Story – BBC Storyville https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000ggnm Per entrare in contatto con noi tramite Twitter: Angelo Boccato - @Ang_Bok Alessandro Mariscalco - @alemariscalco Post Brexit News Explosion - @postbrexitne Cristina Marconi - @CristiMarconii Puoi anche trovarci su Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/postbrexitne Puoi anche trovare i podcast delle puntate su: https://anchor.fm/postbrexitnewsexplosion

31mins

25 Apr 2020

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FAHRENHEIT - IL LIBRO DEL GIORNO - Cristina Marconi, Città irreale, Ponte alle grazie

Fahrenheit

Cosa sarebbe successo se, invece di restare in Italia, avessimo deciso di partire per Londra e ricominciare da zero?

30mins

9 Apr 2019

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John Lloyd and Cristina Marconi, “Reporting the EU: News, Media and the European Institutions” (I. B. Tauris, 2014)

New Books in European Studies

How those within the Brussels Beltway in the EU institutions must pine for the simple days of the past. Not only was the European project in itself far less contested, but the nature of the journalism surrounding the EU was also far more accommodating.One of the main lessons of John Lloyd and Cristina Marconi‘s fascinating book Reporting the EU: News, Media and the European Institutions (I. B. Tauris, 2014) is how much it has mirrored the evolution of the European project itself. In the first couple of decades the journalists were as likely to be true believers as the Eurocrats in the corridors of power, even if their reports tended to reflect the concerns and interests of the individual countries that they served. That started to change as the EU (under various names) grew and changed.In the 1980s the British press developed a real streak of Euroscepticism, and journalists in general began to ask more questions than the Eurocrats were used to. Big developments such as the Maastricht Treaty and the expansion into the poorer corners of the former Soviet Empire begged bigger questions. And then there was the euro crisis, and the current wave of popular Euroscepticism that has found a home in almost every corner of the continent. All the while Eurocrats and EU boosters charged that Euroscepticism was something contrived through the practicing of hostile journalism by spiteful editors in thrall to shadowy media tycoons. If only the people of Europe had a fair picture of what they did, they’d say: then they’d fall in behind the European project once again.At least the euro crisis has led to the EU finding its way to the front pages of newspapers, along with a widespread realisation that what goes on within that Brussels Beltway (and in places like Berlin) matters to all its citizens far more than they’d realised. The authors of the book hope that recognition will continue to give the EU, for all its complexity, a legitimate place in Europe’s popular media, worthy of this peculiar set of institutions that has grown to have such an impact in so many parts of daily life.I hope you enjoy the interview! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

47mins

5 Dec 2014

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John Lloyd and Cristina Marconi, “Reporting the EU: News, Media and the European Institutions” (I. B. Tauris, 2014)

New Books in Journalism

How those within the Brussels Beltway in the EU institutions must pine for the simple days of the past. Not only was the European project in itself far less contested, but the nature of the journalism surrounding the EU was also far more accommodating.One of the main lessons of John Lloyd and Cristina Marconi‘s fascinating book Reporting the EU: News, Media and the European Institutions (I. B. Tauris, 2014) is how much it has mirrored the evolution of the European project itself. In the first couple of decades the journalists were as likely to be true believers as the Eurocrats in the corridors of power, even if their reports tended to reflect the concerns and interests of the individual countries that they served. That started to change as the EU (under various names) grew and changed.In the 1980s the British press developed a real streak of Euroscepticism, and journalists in general began to ask more questions than the Eurocrats were used to. Big developments such as the Maastricht Treaty and the expansion into the poorer corners of the former Soviet Empire begged bigger questions. And then there was the euro crisis, and the current wave of popular Euroscepticism that has found a home in almost every corner of the continent. All the while Eurocrats and EU boosters charged that Euroscepticism was something contrived through the practicing of hostile journalism by spiteful editors in thrall to shadowy media tycoons. If only the people of Europe had a fair picture of what they did, they’d say: then they’d fall in behind the European project once again.At least the euro crisis has led to the EU finding its way to the front pages of newspapers, along with a widespread realisation that what goes on within that Brussels Beltway (and in places like Berlin) matters to all its citizens far more than they’d realised. The authors of the book hope that recognition will continue to give the EU, for all its complexity, a legitimate place in Europe’s popular media, worthy of this peculiar set of institutions that has grown to have such an impact in so many parts of daily life.I hope you enjoy the interview! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/journalism

47mins

5 Dec 2014