Best Auspol podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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An Australian politics podcast from Malcolm Farr and Dennis Atkins
 
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Follow The Money
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The Australia Institute Podcast.
 
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A Rational Fear
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Podcast by Dan Ilic
 
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Follow The Money
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The Australia Institute Podcast.
 
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The Weekly Hour
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The official podcast from the award-awaiting The Weekly Hour, Australia's favourite* broadcaster. Join us every [regular time] as we analyse the world of Australian politics and current events for a bit. Does not go for an hour. *not true
 
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Pollie Wanna Cracker
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Tim doesn’t know a great deal about Aussie politics, but he wants to learn. So, he is going straight to the source, the politicians, to engage in conversation and find out who they really are. Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @polliepodcast www.radelaidemedia.com
 
The week in Australian politics is dissected and lampooned by three young men in a lounge room with a mixture of irreverence and genuine analytical insight. 100% independent forever.
 
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Follow The Money
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The Australia Institute Podcast.
 
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The Election Nerds
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The Election Nerds is a regular podcast on Australian Politics recorded in the studios of radio 2Ser in Sydney, Australia. Established in 2013, the show is hosted by Doctors Amanda Elliot and Stewart Jackson, the Nerds discuss all things Australian and international politics with an array of political scientists and other experts from Australian universities. #auspol. www.electionnerds.info
 
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Nominal Interest
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Nominal Interest is the brand new podcast by the Economics Student Society of Australia (ESSA). Each week, on Wednesdays at 7:00, we plan to dissect the news of the week in the worlds of politics, economics, pop culture and everything in between. We hope to bring an engaging, accessible and novel approach to the big stories as they happen, and we’re looking forward to joining in the discussion with you.
 
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PUNT
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PUNT is a behind the scenes look at what it's like to start a political party. The election is in 7 weeks, can this new #auspol party win a seat? Join us - in real time - to find out! This is the true story of The Flux Party.
 
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Tony Abbott's bull-something, debating the right to die and those colourful millions for our bleaching reef.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
By-election fallout, egging on the NEG, what for Husar, and riffing on the Reef.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Recorded live at @GiantDwarfHQ in Sydney. Host @DanIlic takes us through his month's top fears Trump vs Iran, My Health Record, and water on Mars. Fearmongers:@jan__fran: On having PTSD from ethnic gang reporting.@LewisHobba: Gives Fairfax the send-off that Greg Hywood couldn't do.@RosieWaterland: Disects #PlaneBae, the biggest Milkshake Duck o ...…
 
By-election merry-go-round including Mayo's Downer, spinning a loss into a win, mixed queens and soggy Greens. Plus, do you opt out?Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Macklin to be missed, putting the gee-up in GST, the senator who will not be named, and turnover in the LNP.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
This month it's a AAA+ rated show featuring. Logies. Golliwogs. Hanson in a Burqua. Monsanto Merger. And Super Saturday By-election.🎙️Alice Fraser (The Bugle)🎙️Alice Workman (BuzzFeed)🎙️Alice Brennan (RN)🎙️Lewis Hobba (Tripe J)🎙️ Dan Ilic (Can of Worms).
 
A truce called in the war on business, One Nation on by-election Saturday, an energetic party and a reflective Carr.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Why, after 27 years of economic growth and a mining boom, how can Australia be too broke to afford high quality rape crisis services, or to increase Newstart above the poverty line?Today you'll hear the Australia Institute's Chief Economist Richard Denniss at the official launch of his June Quarterly Essay - Dead Right: how neoliberalism ate it ...…
 
The greatest nothingburger of them all, and the prospect of an election this year. Plus: One Nation... one senator?Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
The election fraud of Barnaby Joyce. Plus, John Lloyd and his IPA mates.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics. Please note this is really episode 13.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
We're back!Recorded live on stage at Giant Dwarf Friday 25th of MayRosie WaterlandLewis Hobba,Jazz Twemlow,Dan IlicCath Brown
 
Women in politics, sheep on boats, and royals in a church.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
"the vast majority of the money being handed out is going to go to high income earners..."The Australia Institute was in the 2018 Budget Lockup, and subsequently have gone through the budget papers. Listen to two top economists break it down and give you the straight facts in a way that you won't hear from the pollies.>> Read the Australia Inst ...…
 
Budget bonanza. Plus, our Mal responds to Barnaby's dopey call. And hello good by-elections.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
In a special "Pocket Money" episode of Follow the Money, released on the eve of the Budget, we discuss the 14 reasons why the case for the company tax cuts collapsed. See below for all the ways you can find our Budget analysis. Our original episode discussing the company tax cuts can be found here.
 
Tax cuts, the levy increase that never was, and claiming a booming economy.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Getting it wrong on banks, dead export, Peta gets pushy, and Anzac Day.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Tony and Malcolm make unlikely travel companions. And election speculation is on again!Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Labor loses one election in South Australia, wins another in Batman, and faces a scare campaign about 'going after pensioners' on their dividend tax policy. Meanwhile, academic/internet personality/memelord Jordan Peterson visits our great nation. The C+C team discuss those recent events and whether Peterson has anything of value to say.…
 
This is an episode of a good podcast you should subscribe to, Not With A Bang! Subscribe to it.#crosspromotion #inappropriatehashtaguse---On this episode:– A riotous, race-related rampage ravages Melbourne; Lindsey Motteram investigates– Shithole countries– Not With A Bang book club!– Pat investigates a devious new plot by the Singaporean gover ...…
 
"Burning something to boil water to create steam is a really old-fashioned technology..."The Australia Institute has spent the hot summer days monitoring when gas and coal power plants trip, taking sometimes hundreds of megawatts of power from the grid at unpredictable times. In contrast, solar power is taking pressure of the grid by delaying p ...…
 
"Affluenza is that strange desire we feel to spend money we don’t have to buy things we don’t need to impress people we don’t know . . ."A truly modern affliction, affluenza is endemic in Western societies, encouraged by those who profit from a culture of exploitation and waste. So how do we cure ourselves? In today's episode Ebony talks to Chi ...…
 
The plebiscite result is here and so are we - Bennelong and Northcote elections, Triple J date change and the 19th People's Congress in China.
 
Can the Nick Xenophon Team survive as a party without its leader in federal politics? Does Bill Shorten's career have much of a future? NPJ and Tim take on the above issues on this week's Continuity and Change.
 
North Korean missile tests, resolving the South China Sea issues, ethnic cleansing in Myanmar – there is a lot happening in the defence and security policy space right, but are we engaged enough to tackle these problems in a smart way?Dr Andrew Carr of the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the ANU has written a new report for the Australi ...…
 
With the postal vote having been approved by the High Court, and a new Fair Work bill having passed parliament affecting franchise underpayments, your original correspondents (and good audio quality) are back in the one place to discuss those domestic issues. We also take on the foreign events involving the North Korean nuclear scare, the New Z ...…
 
Next year marks the 10th anniversary of the Global Financial Crisis. In 2008 the banks in Australia wobbled, the economy stalled, unemployment rose and the Government acted. The GFC demonstrated a failure of trickle-down economics.Ten years later, with rising populism, it is clearer now more than ever that we need a replacement to the neo-liber ...…
 
This episode was recorded while our usual audio equipment was out of commission. We recorded one anyway to see how it would go and were pretty disappointed with the result. We'll have our regular gear back next episode. We've decided to upload the episode, but with fair warning that we think it's below our usual standard. We won't promote this ...…
 
Join the Nomint team as we talk about waste in terms of material garbage and also racism!
 
Australia’s young people have been unfairly targeted by policies that have loaded them up with uni debts, locked them out of housing market and crippled them on the ‘flexible’ job front, and any changes that might address this imbalance are 'grandfathered' in so that they don’t affect anyone who is presently in a position of power, that's what ...…
 
Join Sam and the panel as we recap some recent auspol shenanigans (mostly involving Section 44), discuss the new outlook for central banks around the world while also concluding that millennials are ruining music!
 
The South Australian state government announced in late June 2017 that it was going to follow the Federal government and introduce a levy on the big banks. Episode 19 of Follow The Money, explains why the banks can absolutely afford the levy, why it's a good idea economically and just how small the levy really is compared to -- for example -- t ...…
 
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