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1. The Fray sends excited message to members of Pussy Riot and Amnesty International

The Fray sends excited message to members of Pussy Riot and Amnesty International

After hearing the 'good luck' message from Pussy Riot's Nadya and Masha around their Super Bowl Day performance, The Fray records a message of their own: "Hello Pussy Riot, this is The Fray. We are excited to see you in Brooklyn for the Amnesty show! Thanks for the message you sent us. Nadya and Masha, we'll see you soon! Ok bye." #AmnestyConcert For tickets to see The Fray, Pussy Riot's Nadya and Masha and many more amazing artists perform in Brooklyn on February 5, go to www.amnestyusa.org/tickets For more information, check out www.amnestyusa.org/Feb5Concert

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2. Pussy Riot's Nadya and Masha wish Imagine Dragons 'good luck' on SNL before #AmnestyConcert

Pussy Riot's Nadya and Masha wish Imagine Dragons 'good luck' on SNL before #AmnestyConcert

Pussy Riot's Nadya Tolokonnikova and Masha Alekhina send a message to fellow #AmnestyConcert headliners Imagine Dragons, from the women's international trip on the way to the US. For more information, check out www.amnestyusa.org/Feb5Concert

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3. Rights, People Action 1 - Syria

Rights, People Action 1 - Syria

Scott Edwards shares his perspective on the crisis in Syria and will explain how ALG support is helping Amnesty document and respond to the conflict through cutting-edge research and satellite technology.

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4. Rights, People, Action 5 - Cristina Finch

Rights, People, Action 5 - Cristina Finch

Cristina Finch, Managing Director of Amnesty International USA’s Women’s Human Rights Program shares the amazing success story of Beatriz, a 22-year old woman in El Salvador whose government denied her life-saving medical treatment. Thanks to Amnesty supporters like you, we were able to mobilize hundreds of thousands of activists and ultimately save her life. http://savebeatriz.tumblr.com/

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5. Imagine Dragons sends a message back to members of Pussy Riot!

Imagine Dragons sends a message back to members of Pussy Riot!

Dan Reynolds, lead singer of the Grammy Award-winning Imagine Dragons, sends a message to fellow #AmnestyConcert headliners Nadya Tolonnikova and Masha Alekhina of Pussy Riot. For tickets to see Dan, Nadya, Masha and many more amazing artists perform in Brooklyn, go to www.amnestyusa.org/tickets For more information, check out www.amnestyusa.org/Feb5Concert

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6. Pussy Riot's Nadya and Masha have a message for Amnesty -- and The Fray

Pussy Riot's Nadya and Masha have a message for Amnesty -- and The Fray

Traveling in Dublin with Amnesty International, Masha Alekhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova send a message to the United States to Amnesty activists and to fellow #AmnestyConcert headliners The Fray ahead of their Super Bowl pre-game performance. For tickets to see The Fray, Nadya, Masha and many more amazing artists perform in Brooklyn on February 5, go to www.amnestyusa.org/tickets For more information, check out www.amnestyusa.org/Feb5Concert

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7. Rights, People, Action 4 - Arms Trade Treaty

Rights, People, Action 4 - Arms Trade Treaty

Arms Trade Treaty expert Nate Smith shares an inside look at our efforts to stem the flow of weapons to human rights abusers.

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8. Bradley Manning Trial - Day One

Bradley Manning Trial - Day One

Justin Mazzola, Amnesty International's Observer at the Trial of Private First Class, Bradley Manning, reports back after the first day of the trial being held in Fort Meade, Maryland, USA. Copyright Amnesty International Learn More: http://www.amnestyusa.org/news/press-releases/usa-must-allow-bradley-manning-to-use-public-interest-defense

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11. Rights, People Action 2 - Troy Davis

Rights, People Action 2 - Troy Davis

Laura Moye, Amnesty’s Death Penalty Abolition Campaign Director, shares how Troy Davis' execution galvanized the movement.

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12. Chelsea Manning and Michelle Hendley - In Their Own Words S1 E2

Chelsea Manning and Michelle Hendley - In Their Own Words S1 E2

Hear from the world’s most famous whistleblower. Chelsea Manning is known around the world for leaking details of human rights abuses to Wikileaks during the Iraq war. As a result, she was dealt a harsh 35-year sentence in US military prison, where she remains now. Who is Chelsea? How did she come to blow the whistle? And how is she transitioning in military prison? Chelsea is barred from speaking to us directly, so actress Michelle Hendley has lent her voice to Chelsea’s words for this episode of Amnesty’s In Their Own Words podcast. Find out more at https://www.amnesty.org.uk/chelsea This is an episode of Amnesty International's 'In Their Own Words' podcast, where human rights heroes tell their incredible stories of defiance, justice and injustice - and survival. Listen to others in the series at soundcloud.com/amnestyfactual/sets/in-their-own-words

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13. Secret Comedy Podcast 2013 #01 - Ed Byrne, Aisling Bea, Jenny Éclair + more

Secret Comedy Podcast 2013 #01 - Ed Byrne, Aisling Bea, Jenny Éclair + more

Ed Byrne hosts the first of our Secret Comedy Podcasts recorded live at this year's Edinburgh Festival with Jenny Éclair telling us how she got fired from Loose Women, Ben Van de Velde starts a joke chain letter to Putin and Marcus Brigstocke tells us a secret about how he told Elton John not to play the piano in his own house. Plus we've got stand up from the amazing Aisling Bea, a memory palace from the master of one-liners Gary Delaney and David O'Doherty with an inspiring (and factually accurate) song about a man having a wank on a bike. Yep a bike. There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as a free podcast and we hope we made you laugh. If you can, please consider chipping in a few quid to support our work. Thank you! Donate

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14. Rob Newman 'I'm available for shenanigans'

Rob Newman 'I'm available for shenanigans'

We sat down with Rob Newman at the Balham Comedy Festival in London to chat with the deep thinking comedian. He told us about his one hour show 'New Theory of Evolution' and his trepidation at returning to the Edinburgh festival after a seven year break.

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15. Chen Guangcheng and Christian Bale - In Their Own Words S1 E1

Chen Guangcheng and Christian Bale - In Their Own Words S1 E1

This is the miraculous story of blind Chinese lawyer Chen Guangcheng, who bravely investigated the dark and violent truth of China's 'one-child policy', and was hounded by authorities for doing so. Beaten, imprisoned, and kept under harsh, illegal house arrest, Guangcheng relentlessly stood up for the victims of abuses - and defied the odds to attempt a daring escape from house arrest under the watchful eye of Chinese authorities. Actor Christian Bale voices Chen's story in this episode of Amnesty's In Their Own Words podcast. Christian tried to visit Guangcheng under house arrest in 2011. He gives his account of what happened - and tells us why Guangcheng is one of his heroes. Find out more about Chen Guangcheng at https://www.amnesty.org.uk/chen This is an episode of Amnesty International's 'In Their Own Words' podcast, where human rights heroes tell their incredible stories of defiance, justice and injustice - and survival. Listen to others in the series at soundcloud.com/amnestyfactual/sets/in-their-own-words

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16. Nabeel Rajab - In Their Own Words S1 E4

Nabeel Rajab - In Their Own Words S1 E4

The leader of the human rights movement in Bahrain defies his country's censors to speak out. He's been imprisoned for tweeting and beaten for protesting. Hear Nabeel's story of defiance, and how he became determined to keep speaking out - despite the repercussions. Find out more about at https://www.amnesty.org.uk/nabeel This is an episode of Amnesty International's 'In Their Own Words' podcast, where human rights heroes tell their incredible stories of defiance, justice and injustice - and survival. Listen to others in the series at soundcloud.com/amnestyfactual/sets/in-their-own-words

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17. Peter Greste - In Their Own Words S1 E3

Peter Greste - In Their Own Words S1 E3

Former prisoner and Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste was jailed in Egypt simply for reporting the news. Hear Peter talk about the nightmare that followed: how he survived solitary confinement, how he managed to stay strong in the face of injustice, and why he's now speaking out for press freedom, as journalism becomes an increasingly dangerous job. Find out more at https://www.amnesty.org.uk/peter This is an episode of Amnesty International's 'In Their Own Words' podcast, where human rights heroes tell their incredible stories of defiance, justice and injustice - and survival. Listen to others in the series at soundcloud.com/amnestyfactual/sets/in-their-own-words

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18. Secret Comedy Podcast 2013 #05 - Mary Bourke, Jason Byrne, Mark Thomas + more

Secret Comedy Podcast 2013 #05 - Mary Bourke, Jason Byrne, Mark Thomas + more

In episode five Josh Widdicombe makes a mess, Mark Thomas reveals to Christian O'Connell which political party he'd least like to make a donation to and Jason Byrne tells us about being upstaged by Chris Hoy. Plus we've got stand up from Muffragette Mary Bourke on the best time of day to log on to MumsNet and Benny Boot on when you are at your most vulnerable to monster attacks. Entertaining and educational. The very definition of Edutainment! There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as a free podcast and we hope we made you laugh. If you can, please consider chipping in a few quid to support our work. Thank you! Donate

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19. Secret Comedy Podcast 2013 #03 - Greg Proops, Janey Godley, Andrew Maxwell + more

Secret Comedy Podcast 2013 #03 - Greg Proops, Janey Godley, Andrew Maxwell + more

Recorded live at the Edinburgh Festival we've got stand up from Janey Godley, Ivo Graham and Neil Delamare plus Greg Proops explains evolution, Fred MacAulay takes pride in Scottish pride and Andrew Maxwell where fans of extreme theatre should be booking their holidays. There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as a free podcast and we hope we made you laugh. If you can, please consider chipping in a few quid to support our work. Thank you! Donate

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20. Secret Comedy Podcast 2013 #04 - Sandi Toksvig, Nish Kumar, Lucy Porter + more

Secret Comedy Podcast 2013 #04 - Sandi Toksvig, Nish Kumar, Lucy Porter + more

Christian O'Connell hosts episode four of our podcast live from Edinburgh with Sandi Toksvig on why she won't be competing in the Winter Olympics, John Lloyd on Sandi Tosvig [not literally, Ed.] and Lucy Porter exposes the personal grooming tactics of male celbs. Plus we have stand up from Eric Lampaert on the close nit community of Milton Keynes, Nish Kumar on the essence of Britishness and Abandaman plays us out with a rap inspired by the show. There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as a free podcast and we hope we made you laugh. If you can, please consider chipping in a few quid to support our work. Thank you! Donate

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