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I have an economist subscription but can not get through new pay wall as my phone does not have latest operating system! I am not spending $1,000 on new iPhone to hear C& B!!! Still listening via podcast section of my economist app on phone but not convenient.
No question these folks are five stars. But seems there’s an issue with the new Apple subscription linking, resulting in my usual Friday afternoon gratitude at hearing their thoughs being replaced with a bit of a sad silence. Can some technologically-adept person look into the issue?
I am a big fan of Checks & Balance and look forward to listening every week. As a Canadian I am fascinated and often baffled by the politics of our neighbours to the south. Checks and Balance brings a modicum of understanding and perpective on the current events. Their intelligent analysis, humour and wit truly makes my day every Friday. I feel better informed and grounded every time I listen to the show. Highly recommended to anyone interested in U.S. politics.
I look forward to the occasional free episode, but I will not be buying a subscription. I want to support ethical journalism, but I also want to support my family. more
Doesn’t make the slightest effort to present anything but extreme liberal views, ignores anything that could be a negative for Democrats
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Checks and Balance from The Economist launched 4 years ago and published 209 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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