Best Auspol podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Want to know what's really going on in Parliament House? Fran Kelly and Patricia Karvelas give you the political analysis that matters and explain what it means for you.
 
Download This Show is your weekly access to the latest in social media, consumer electronics, digital politics, hacktivism and more. Presented by Marc Fennell for ABC Radio National. Published every Friday.
 
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The Australia Institute’s Follow the Money podcast explains Australia’s big economic issues in plain English. We bust myths, dissect politics, interpret econobabble and help you sound really smart at your next dinner party, with host Ebony Bennett.
 
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The Australia Institute’s Follow the Money podcast explains Australia’s big economic issues in plain English. We bust myths, dissect politics, interpret econobabble and help you sound really smart at your next dinner party, with host Ebony Bennett.
 
An Australian politics podcast from Malcolm Farr and Dennis Atkins
 
A look at the events that have shaped the week in federal politics
 
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Consider yourself warned, this week's ep of Download This Show contains adult themes, sexual references and robots as we explore the different ways the future of sex and artificial intelligence are linked...sometimes literally. Plus, should we be making Instagram influencers more accountable for the products they sell?…
 
Consider yourself warned, this week's ep of Download This Show contains adult themes, sexual references and robots as we explore the different ways the future of sex and artificial intelligence are linked...sometimes literally. Plus, should we be making Instagram influencers more accountable for the products they sell?…
 
Border Security firms up as a key election battleground, start of the Aged Care Royal Commission, Hakeem comes to Canberra, The other Independent vying for Tony Abbott's seat
 
This week, the refugee medical evacuation bill passed the House of Reps and the Senate.It was a historic loss for the Government and in response they ramped up the rhetoric about Australia's weakened border protection policies.It's a line that could do a lot of damage to Labor in the lead up to an election, but has there been a shift in the way ...…
 
Thunder and fear from the Prime Minister while Labor bears the immigration risk.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
UFC MELBOURNE for Eternal MMA 41 - Saturday March 2nd (9m50s) by Tony Serve
 
Banking Royal Commission claims two more scalps, David Murray on AMP's future, Border security to dominate federal parliament, Independent Zali Steggal on her election chances
 
Choking on another year of Australian politics, with a side of ASIO leaks, franking credits, bad banks and minority government.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
What is it like to be the victim of a concerted, organised troll attack? This week on DTS - the journalist who found herself at the centre of a troll storm and decided to go troll hunting. Plus, where might your DNA go if you use a direct-to-consumer DNA testing company? Well, it might end up in the hands of the FBI. And a new Harry Potter–them ...…
 
What is it like to be the victim of a concerted, organised troll attack? This week on DTS - the journalist who found herself at the centre of a troll storm and decided to go troll hunting. Plus, where might your DNA go if you use a direct-to-consumer DNA testing company? Well, it might end up in the hands of the FBI. And a new Harry Potter–them ...…
 
The Royal Commission's final report has given both sides of politics the chance to give the banks a good kicking.But in an election year, the Government is attempting to steer clear of admitting they made a mistake in not calling it earlier.Battlelines are being drawn and the major parties are vying for control of the hearts and minds of voters ...…
 
Do you ever feel just a little bit ashamed of your music taste? Well you can blame hackers. This week on DTS: the incredible world of mystery core - fictitious bands creeping onto Spotify playlists. Why would someone make a fake band to make fake music and sneak it onto your playlists? Plus, how Buzzfeed went from the golden child of new media ...…
 
Do you ever feel just a little bit ashamed of your music taste? Well you can blame hackers. This week on DTS: the incredible world of mystery core - fictitious bands creeping onto Spotify playlists. Why would someone make a fake band to make fake music and sneak it onto your playlists? Plus, how Buzzfeed went from the golden child of new media ...…
 
Poll bounce for the govt, independent challengers try to unseat Liberal MP's, Our Watch Chair discusses violence against women and two extraordinary Australians of the Year.
 
Another two government mps decide not to contest the federal election, calls to make streets safer for women, the push to legisate January 26 as Australia Day and businessman John Singleton on his love of Captain Cook's Endevour
 
In driverless cars who needs windows to watch the world when you can have a built-in 270-degree screen?Apple has announced it wants to compete in the video streaming service and in 2019 every meme you love might be about to die!Guests: Rae Johnston, Editor Junkee, Ben Grubb, Freelance tech/culture writer…
 
In driverless cars who needs windows to watch the world when you can have a built-in 270-degree screen?Apple has announced it wants to compete in the video streaming service and in 2019 every meme you love might be about to die!Guests: Rae Johnston, Editor Junkee, Ben Grubb, Freelance tech/culture writer…
 
#drone #quadcopter info #AustraliaDay call for input on new regs for #UAV #RC Amanda Palmer #CASA
 
Former Labor boss recruited to the Liberals, heartbreak over student murder, Australia Day debate and a replica Endeavour voyage.
 
Michelle Simmons reflects on her time as Australian of the Year, More funding for Headspace services, Growing concern Australia faces a fuel shortage and Maths whiz Eddie Woo launches a new book
 
Superannuation shake-up, debate over a sex offenders registry, Labor plans changes to work-for-the-dole scheme and are quotas needed to get more Liberal women into parliament?
 
Diplomatic spat with Fiji over the citizenship of a notorious terrorist, pill testing debate reignites, New Year changes and house prices drop at their fastest rate since the GFC.
 
Welcome to Follow The Money's summer special series! If you're taking a break this summer, but still crave a political fix, settle in a listen to the 'best of' from the Australia Institute's live politics in the pub events this year.In his Quarterly Essay, Dead Right, Richard Denniss talks about how neoliberalism ate itself, what he has in comm ...…
 
Welcome to Follow The Money's summer special series! If you're taking a break this summer, but still crave a political fix, settle in a listen to the 'best of' from the Australia Institute's live politics in the pub events this year.Launching the book Wrong Way, Senator Doug Cameron talks about privatisation and how some economic reforms backfi ...…
 
Welcome to Follow The Money's summer special series! If you're taking a break this summer, but still crave a political fix, settle in a listen to the 'best of' from the Australia Institute's live politics in the pub events this year.Ten years after the global financial crisis, Wayne Swan, Tanya Plibersek and Jim Chalmers revisit the Labor gover ...…
 
Welcome to Follow The Money's summer special series! If you're taking a break this summer, but still crave a political fix, settle in a listen to the 'best of' from the Australia Institute's live politics in the pub events this year.Investigative journalist Clare Rewcastle Brown wanted logging in Sarawak to stop. The Malaysian Prime Minister wa ...…
 
Welcome to Follow The Money's summer special series! If you're taking a break this summer, but still crave a political fix, settle in a listen to the 'best of' from the Australia Institute's live politics in the pub events this year.In this episode you will hear from Nobel laureate economist and winner of the 2018 Sydney Peace Prize, Professor ...…
 
Welcome to Follow The Money's summer special series! If you're taking a break this summer, but still crave a political fix, settle in a listen to the 'best of' from the Australia Institute's live politics in the pub events this year.In this second episode of our summer series and one year on from the marriage equality vote, we bring you the lau ...…
 
Another Prime Minister rolled Drought affects thousands of farmers Claims of misconduct dominate Banking Royal Commission Thai cave rescue
 
Kado Muir @BlakbizAU on #Indigenous entrepeneurs and how much first australians have to offer us all
 
Jen has info on #epilepsy triggers to be aware of this festive season Visit https://www.facebook.com/jeniferepilepsypage/
 
Welcome to Follow The Money's summer special series! If you're taking a break this summer, but still crave a political fix, settle in a listen to the 'best of' from the Australia Institute's live politics in the pub events this year.First up, the end-of-year political wrap with press gallery journos Amy Remeikis, Rob Harris, Bevan Shields and A ...…
 
Govt scandal overshadows ALP Conference, budget numbers predict first surplus in a decade, more money into aged care and the PM decides not to immediately move the Israeli embassy.
 
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! Enjoy some sugary temptations as the Grumps look ahead to an election year.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Cameo screws up, Tumblr crumbles on sex and while you drink will Tesla drive? Guests: Seamus Byrne, Managing Editor, Innovation Aus.com and Rae Johnston, Editor of Junkee
 
Population dominates COAG meeting, Push for a Religious Discrimination Act, Job security for 500,000 casuals and Medicare support for eating disorders
 
The end of Parliament for 2018. Fear's down and compassion is up, Morrison changes tack and Abbott gets busy.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Why have a smart watch when you can wear a smart ring? This week on DTS; digital fitness moves to your actual digits. We examine the new Foxtel sports streaming service Kayo, and why has Australia's proposed new encryption legislation got people so fired up ? Guests: Olivia Rosenman — audio producer & journalist & Ariel Bogle — ABC RN online te ...…
 
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