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Life in the Time of Corona
39 minutes | Mar 29, 2020
Totalitarian bliss - How Singapore has kept the coronavirus under control for now
In this episode, we speak to Eugene, a technologist in Singapore about his views on the government's totalitarian control over all things including the coronavirus. We discuss how this service economy continues to bounce along as the world freezes over. Yet even here small tremors are wavering the society as migrant workers from neighbouring Malaysia start to disappear and as technology quietly creeps into private lives as surveillance of the potential infected population intensifies.
33 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
What happens when the music stops? - Applying for Universal credit in the UK
In this episode, we speak to Karima, a London based sound engineer who usually tours the world for concerts. She discusses how the virus has impacted the global music industry, what it's like applying for income support through the Universal credit system and the importance of volunteering and community support through a time of uncertainty.
44 minutes | Mar 24, 2020
An graduate student's job search in lockdown Italy
Please visit coronatime.life for more information about the show.Twitter: @coronatimelifeShow Host: Lindy Wang
1 minutes | Mar 24, 2020
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Life in the time of Corona is a Podcast about the stories of ordinary people around the world whose lives have been upended by the coronavirus outbreak.
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