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Best 2SER 107.3 podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best 2SER 107.3 podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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From Sydney’s 2ser 107.3 and the Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion UTS, series 3 of All Things Equal is here: Digital Divides. The investigative podcast continues its interrogation of equality in our modern society: first the #metoo movement, then fairness in education, and now… human rights and technology. Technology has reshaped all aspects of life on the planet. Every advance offers exciting possibilities, but also unintended consequences… This series goes behind the tech hype, to h ...
 
Think: Health examines new thinking and new evidence from researchers and academics. Each week the show takes an in depth look at health issues and challenges, and the innovative research trying to solve these problems. Think Health is produced at 2SER 107.3 in Sydney.
 
Race to the White House covers everything you need to know about the 2016 US elections and dives deep into the people, policy and political manoeuvres that will decide who becomes the 45th President of the United States of America. Each week, Brendon O’Connor, Tom Switzer and Emma Lancaster will dissect the news of the week and the issues that matter. As the clock ticks down to November 8, they will be joined by experts in US politics, history and culture to look at how this high-stakes race ...
 
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It’s safe to say Dr Ian McGregor has committed his entire career to tackling this century’s biggest challenge, global warming. Ian has attended every United Nations Climate Summit since 2009. He earned a place on Afghanistan’s delegation for six of those summits, in the lead-up to the Paris Agreement in 2015. Ian spent time in the country himself, …
 
As we confront one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century - the climate crisis - people around the world are becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of guidance from governments. Leading some to seek solutions elsewhere. Big business has been hailed both the most obvious obstacle and obvious opportunity for saving the environment. But…
 
In this episode we’re looking at how Australia’s disastrous bushfire season affected our water systems. How drinking water can become so easily compromised. And how experts are working to make sure our system is resilient for next time. Producer/presenter: Julia Carr-Catzel Featuring: Stuart Khan, Professor, School of Civil and Environmental Engine…
 
Artificial Intelligence is the holy grail of technology. But the dawn of AI has already broken: we see it in algorithms that predict what you want to buy, decide what news you see… even judge whether or not you should go to prison. But should we trust these algorithms to make our choices for us? Do we have the right to a human-made decision?…
 
Who's watching? When was the last time you read all the Terms and Conditions before clicking “I agree”? We sign away our right to privacy on a daily basis, often for no more than a game. High-profile hacks have put the vulnerability of our information in the headlines. But is it foreign actors we need to beware of, or a threat closer to home? As go…
 
How do we heal an ecosystem traumatised by fire? How will climate change result in more intense fires? And why aren't we listening to Indigenous fire management recommendations from past inquiries? Producer/Presenter: Julia Carr-Catzel Production Assistant: Marlene Even Featured: Oliver Costello, CEO, Firesticks Alliance Indigenous Corporation Kevi…
 
In part two, we examine how the climate crisis is fuelling ecofascist ideology, how the ideology may be taken up by more mainstream politicians and how ideas spread online. Featured: Andrew Jakubowicz, emeritus professor, sociology, University of Technology Sydney Betsy Hartmann, emeritus professor, development studies, Hampshire College, Massachus…
 
In part one, we unpack the history of ecofascism. The ideology written in the manifestos of terrorists. We trace back the movement to its beginnings in German philosophy, Eugenics, Hitler's 'blood and soil' slogans and Norse mythology. We also examine how overpopulation has changed meaning over the past few decades - and how all of this is linked t…
 
Social and digital media have revolutionised what it means to be a fan. But in a connected world, passion runs on overdrive where gushing over your favourites can quickly snowball into flat out cyberwar. This week we're looking at vicious fandoms in the digital age, the rise of stan culture and what happens when fans attack. Featuring: Chris Comerf…
 
Within any organisation, professional or governmental environment there's some level of digital infrastructure enabling people with sensitive information to come forward. But as you'll hear on this episode, these systems are failing to offer adequate protection and anonymity for those courageous enough to blow the whistle. Featuring: Fabio Pietrosa…
 
A lot of us joke around and say we're addicted to our phones, but when does the endless scrolling and hours of screen time turn into a full blown addiction? This episode we look at digital addictions, how devices are designed to be addictive but also how we're quick to demonise the tech that make our connected lives possible. Featuring: Luke Vu - P…
 
Google will answer somewhere between 3-5 billion searches every day. But overtime, Google has evolved into so much more than a search engine. It's become a place where we confess our deepest, darkest thoughts. This episode, we're taking a look at the data Google collects about you through your searches. But we're not addressing your privacy concern…
 
In this episode: as the most vulnerable citizens bear the brunt of the climate crisis, confronted with civil conflict and forced to migrate as climate refugees - will the international community come to their aid? Featured: Christopher Odeyemi, PhD student, University of Technology Sydney Dr Ian McGregor, Business School, University of Technology S…
 
On this episode, we question how journalists have been covering the climate crisis. We look at whether they are numbing audiences with never-ending urgent messaging. And, we examine a new wave of young activists campaigning for climate action, assessing to what extent they can make a difference. Featured: Tom Morton, Professor in Journalism, resear…
 
In this episode, we look at why Australia is reviving the nuclear energy debate after more than a decade of silence. And why some are dubbing nuclear as our climate salvation. Featured: Sue Coleman-Haseldine, nuclear test survivor and anti-nuclear campaigner Robert Parker, Vice President, Australian Nuclear Association Heiko Timmers, Associate Prof…
 
What is the real waste from sanitary products? And why is no one talking about eco-friendly alternatives? This episode explores how a culture valuing discretion and secrecy around periods can be harmful to the environment. Featuring: Juliette Kidston-Lattari, graduate student of Environmental Biology and Creative Intelligence and Innovation, Univer…
 
Bushfire season in Australia is starting earlier every year, going for longer, and bringing more destructive fires. Fire authorities do their best to prevent and limit this destruction, as climate change makes their jobs ever more difficult. But are we looking at Australia’s relationship the right way? Aboriginal people have been managing the lands…
 
It's the year 2031. The temperature is rising, as is the price of electricity. But the government has banned renewable energy. Will you go underground to survive? Or join the Solarnauts in their rebellion? Featuring: Claire Marshall - Creator, Museum of Futures Tania Leimbach - Research Assistant, Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation, University…
 
The rate of unemployment for those with intellectual disability is more than four times that of the non-disabled population. Stigma and ableism continue to widen this gap. On this episode, you'll hear about a program tackling this divide and how the online world is helping make career goals a reality. Featuring: Jonathan and Annette - Participants …
 
If you could start our society again from scratch, how sustainable would you make it? Would you build a new city at sea? Or develop a village in a valley? In this episode we look at two different ways some people are trying to start again. And how starting afresh doesn't always mean leaving old problems behind. Featuring: Matthew Daly - Research Co…
 
Porn performers and sex workers face heavy stigma. This stigma is pervasive and socially excludes in multiple ways. In this episode, we look at how many mental health services are discriminating against those working in the adult industry and the online networks offering support for performers. Featuring: Max Arion - Sex Worker and Porn Performer. …
 
With Earth's natural resources diminishing at a rapid rate, many tech giants are dubbing space as our salvation. Billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk are pumping out extravagant technologies intended to establish human life on space bodies with unlimited resources. But what's wrong with these aspirations? And what does having billionaires at …
 
Dozens of countries around the world are devising plans to build new cities from scratch. They're pitched as an opportunity to start fresh and make our urban environments more sustainable and equitable. But are these new cities just an excuse to abandon the problems of existing ones? Featuring: Dr Sarah Moser - Director of the Urban Studies Program…
 
The war on plastic straws has picked up so much speed some countries are looking to ban them altogether. But what these bans completely fail to recognise is some people need and use plastic straws everyday. This episode we look at how straw bans discriminate against disability. Featuring: Micaela Evans. Simon Darcy - University of Technology Sydney…
 
The stories we tell about technology are mostly positive, they connect our world and make the impossible possible. But when it comes to the technologies used by disabled people, these stories are often lazy and reinforce damaging stereotypes. In this episode, Ashley Shew (Virginia Tech) explores what these stereotypes are and how technology isn't a…
 
Waiting for your next Think: Digital Futures fix? We’ve got something else for you in the meantime. Introducing a new season of All Things Equal. This series will take you into the school yard and beyond, where kids learn that things aren't always fair. Through the stories of real students and staff, Uniform will change the way you think about educ…
 
Waiting for your next Think: Sustainability fix? We’ve got something else for you in the meantime. Introducing a new season of All Things Equal. This series will take you into the school yard and beyond, where kids learn that things aren't always fair. Through the stories of real students and staff, Uniform will change the way you think about educa…
 
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