Best Auspol podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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Federal politics is as interesting as ever, join RN Breakfast’s Fran Kelly and RN Drive’s Patricia Karvelas in The Party Room. They analyse all the latest news from Parliament House with some of the sharpest minds in journalism.
 
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 Podcast.
 
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The Australia Institute Podcast.
 
An Australian politics podcast from Malcolm Farr and Dennis Atkins
 
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Alone with a screen people tell Google things they don’t reveal to social media; they even reveal things they don’t tell anybody else. On DTS meet Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, a data scientist who’s spent years looking at how our online searches may be reflections of our true selves. And if you’ve ever wanted to recall an email, message, or someth ...…
 
Alone with a screen people tell Google things they don’t reveal to social media; they even reveal things they don’t tell anybody else. On DTS meet Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, a data scientist who’s spent years looking at how our online searches may be reflections of our true selves. And if you’ve ever wanted to recall an email, message, or someth ...…
 
The Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been talking tough on Islamist terrorism in the wake of the Bourke St attack, where one person was killed and two others injured.With the Victorian State election just days away, how will the incident play into the campaign where people have already started voting?ABC Radio Melbourne Drive presenter Rafael ...…
 
What if the key to a more diverse tech industry… is moving away from the concept of diversity?This week on DTS: the unusual approaches being taken by Australian software company Atlassian to get a workplace that's balanced and reflects the world. Plus, how you can see through walls with Wi-Fi. Guests: Aubrey Blanche, Head of Diversity & Belongi ...…
 
What if the key to a more diverse tech industry… is moving away from the concept of diversity?This week on DTS: the unusual approaches being taken by Australian software company Atlassian to get a workplace that's balanced and reflects the world. Plus, how you can see through walls with Wi-Fi. Guests: Aubrey Blanche, Head of Diversity & Belongi ...…
 
In his first real comments since being ousted, the former PM dropped some truth bombs and defended his legacy.Malcolm Turnbull named colleagues and Cabinet ministers who voted for the leadership spill, and called on them to explain themselves.He said their actions blew up the Liberal Party and damaged the country.In this special episode, Fran K ...…
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been on a tour of marginal Queensland, but it’s his bus that’s getting the attention.Also, Canberra is taking advantage of improving China relations, but has Victoria's decision to sign on to the controversial Belt and Road infrastructure program undermined their efforts?Channel Nine Political Editor Chris Uhlm ...…
 
Will Twitter kill the humble LIKE button and what exactly is the social media platform Gab?Guests: Ariel Bogle, ABC RN online technology reporter and Rae Johnston, Editor, Junkee.
 
Will Twitter kill the humble LIKE button and what exactly is the social media platform Gab?Guests: Ariel Bogle, ABC RN online technology reporter and Rae Johnston, Editor, Junkee.
 
The Federal Government has announced plans to have all children off Nauru by Christmas, but where will they go?And Malcolm Turnbull appears to have saved the Indonesia Free Trade Agreement, but no-one in the Coalition is thanking him for it.ABC Political Editor Andrew Probyn joins Fran Kelly and Patricia Karvelas.Tweet #ThePartyRoom or send an ...…
 
Former PMs, Scott Morrison in a bath and money for no water.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
It can take less than 15 minutes for someone to steal your mobile phone and with it goes your email account, bank and a host of other services. On Download This Show: the market for mobile numbers. Also does Netflix market to you differently based on the colour of your skin? Guests: Jeremy Kirk, Executive Editor, Information Security Media Grou ...…
 
It can take less than 15 minutes for someone to steal your mobile phone and with it goes your email account, bank and a host of other services. On Download This Show: the market for mobile numbers. Also does Netflix market to you differently based on the colour of your skin? Guests: Jeremy Kirk, Executive Editor, Information Security Media Grou ...…
 
Cross-party talks on a deal to get asylum seeker kids off Nauru have broken down, so was it all just for Wentworth?Scott Morrison is promising lower power prices, but climate change is off the agenda.ABC Insiders host Barrie Cassidy joins Fran Kelly and Patricia Karvelas.Tweet #ThePartyRoom or send an email to ThePartyRoom@abc.net.au…
 
Wentworth fallout, the true Queensland and a content warning.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Australia is headed for minority government after voters in the blue ribbon seat of Wentworth dealt the Coalition a stunning rebuke.While votes are still being counted, the Independent Dr Kerryn Phelps is expected to win.Already the blame game has begun. Is it Turnbull's fault for not doing more to publicly support Liberal candidate Dave Sharma ...…
 
You know how everyone trusts Facebook implicitly with all of their data and they’ve never done anything at all to make you question the company's commitment to privacy? How do you feel about installing Facebook's new gadget, Portal? It's a multi-purpose screen with an internet connected camera to track your movements around a room while you mak ...…
 
You know how everyone trusts Facebook implicitly with all of their data and they’ve never done anything at all to make you question the company's commitment to privacy? How do you feel about installing Facebook's new gadget, Portal? It's a multi-purpose screen with an internet connected camera to track your movements around a room while you mak ...…
 
It hasn't been the best week for the Federal Government, as it fights to hold the seat of Wentworth.The Government floated the idea of moving the Australian embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and made a big "administrative error" in the Senate.And could 2018 deliver another leadership change? The National Party contemplates replacing Michael M ...…
 
From drone delivery to smart screens to skin tight body suits that will measure your every inch before sending you a perfectly fitting outfit. On Download This Show this week - the future of shopping and the physical, digital and psychological tricks being used. Plus UBER wants flying cars... and frankly so do I, but should we want them?Guests: ...…
 
From drone delivery to smart screens to skin tight body suits that will measure your every inch before sending you a perfectly fitting outfit. On Download This Show this week - the future of shopping and the physical, digital and psychological tricks being used. Plus UBER wants flying cars... and frankly so do I, but should we want them?Guests: ...…
 
By-election barney, freedom to leak religious review recommendations and migrants go bush.Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
Poop! This week on Download This Show, why is this one word is apparently enough to confuse artificial intelligence. Plus why hasn’t virtual reality caught on yet? And can/should you leverage your kid's screen time to get them to wash the dishes? Guests: Matt Hopkins, technology editor, Pedestrian TV and Teagan Jones, deputy editor, Gizmodo…
 
Poop! This week on Download This Show, why is this one word is apparently enough to confuse artificial intelligence. Plus why hasn’t virtual reality caught on yet? And can/should you leverage your kid's screen time to get them to wash the dishes? Guests: Matt Hopkins, technology editor, Pedestrian TV and Teagan Jones, deputy editor, Gizmodo…
 
Ten years ago, on September 15th 2008 the US investment bank - Lehman brothers collapsed – triggering panic on financial markets around the world and the start of what we in Australia call the Global Financial crisis.So what lessons were learnt? How appropriate was Australia’s response? What is the political legacy of the GFC? And can it happen ...…
 
When you see something offensive on the internet and hit report, that content goes to a person - a cleaner and they're usually in the Philippines. Meet the cleaners on DTS this week. Also 10 years of Android - it's now the most used mobile operating system in many parts of the world. Why is it so successful and what's the future for Android?…
 
When you see something offensive on the internet and hit report, that content goes to a person - a cleaner and they're usually in the Philippines. Meet the cleaners on DTS this week. Also 10 years of Android - it's now the most used mobile operating system in many parts of the world. Why is it so successful and what's the future for Android?…
 
The fallout from the unexpected sacking of ABC Managing Director Michelle Guthrie has claimed the scalp of Chairman Justin Milne.The saga has also raised questions about political interference at the national broadcaster.Channel Nine Political Editor Chris Uhlmann joins Fran Kelly and Patricia Karvelas on The Party Room.Tweet #ThePartyRoom or s ...…
 
If you could introduce laws to regulate how Facebook and Twitter treat customers - what would you change? This week on DTS, the United Kingdom explores regulation to reign in social networks. What are the Brits targeting? Plus, Twitter returns to its chronological roots. And satellites, streaming and songs - why new US music laws might be changing.…
 
What role did media barons Rupert Murdoch and Kerry Stokes play in the leadership spill that toppled Malcolm Turnbull?And the 'woman problem' that won't go away: another female Liberal MP calls time on her political career citing bullying and undermining.The ABC's Political Editor Andrew Probyn joins Fran Kelly and Patricia Karvelas on The Part ...…
 
In this episode, Ben Oquist talks to John Hewson -- former Liberal leader, Professor at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy and former member for Wentworth -- about climate change and Liberal party politics and Dr Hewson did not hold back.This episode is an excerpt of our Politics in the Pub event in Canberra on 12 September, following Joh ...…
 
We know that Russia attempted influence 2016 US presidential election through troll factories spewing out misinformation, and it turns out they’ve also targeted Australia. Find out what issue caused the troll tweets to spike in an attempt to influence voters here. Also on DTS, the EU Parliament has passed a drastic new law that could change how ...…
 
A date has been set for the Wentworth by-election, but the government is still struggling with the fallout from the leadership spill.Meanwhile, an extraordinary war of words has erupted between the Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton and the former Border Force Commissioner Roman Quaedvleig.The ABC's National Affairs Correspondent Greg Jennett j ...…
 
China is looking to cut back the amount of screen time young people spend online to reduce myopia. Facebook is pulling a swathe of Myanmar cultural leaders off the platform and Google Chrome turns ten. Guests: Ariel Bogle, online technology reporter ABC RN science, and Seamus Byrne, freelance writer on technology, games, futurism, design.…
 
A Liberal Party Senator has threatened to name those accused of bullying female MPs during the leadership spill.It's another distraction for Prime Minister Scott Morrison as he attempts to unite his party and define his leadership.Phil Coorey, Chief Political Correspondent with the Australian Financial Review, joins Patricia Karvelas and Fran K ...…
 
In this episode, Michelle Grattan joins Ben Oquist to discuss what's wrong with politics and how to fix it. This discussion, ranging from our current 'coup culture' to Julia Banks' resignation, was recorded at our Politics in the Pub event in Canberra.Host: Ebony Bennett, Deputy Director at The Australia Institute // @ebony_bennettContributors: ...…
 
Inside the initiative to give women and girls the tools, confidence and support to code. Plus Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s first ministry brings with it changes for the technology sector in Australia - the 'Innovation' portfolio has disappeared. Is anyone paying attention to our tech future? And Facebook unveils a new way to watch video onli ...…
 
The new Prime Minister Scott Morrison is preaching a message of unity as he attempts to heal the divisions in the Liberal Party.But the fallout from last week's leadership crisis is continuing to spread, with one MP announcing she won't contest the next election.Malcolm Farr, National Political Editor with news.com.au, joins Fran Kelly and Patr ...…
 
After a depressing week, the Grumps ask... is politics broken? Join Dennis Atkins and Malcolm Farr to find out what's happening in Australian politics.By twogrumpyhacks@gmail.com.
 
The Liberal Party leadership crisis has come to a head with the resignation of Malcolm Turnbull.Former Treasurer Scott Morrison took the top job, and Josh Frydenberg is his deputy.They've described themselves as "the new generation" and told voters that "we are on your side", but can they heal the deep divisions in the government?Join Fran Kell ...…
 
This week on Download This Show: we explore the different ways drones are starting to proliferate our lives. And are you just a little too addicted to your phone? We have tips to cut back and control your consumption - apparently taking the colour off your phone might help.
 
On Thursday morning, the second challenge to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's leadership was launched.Senior ministers resigned and withdrew their support from Malcolm Turnbull, and the business of government ground to a halt.Fran Kelly and Patricia Karvelas caught up to record a special, one hour, edition of The Party Room.Tweet #ThePartyRoom ...…
 
The Prime Minister's leadership is facing its greatest threat, after Malcolm Turnbull narrowly survived a surprise challenge from Peter Dutton.With a second leadership ballot potentially just a few days away, Fran Kelly and Patricia Karvelas analyse how it's likely to play out.Tweet #ThePartyRoom or send an email to ThePartyRoom@abc.net.au.…
 
How much would you pay to have a Harry Potter cast member wish you happy birthday? This week on DTS: Cameo's an app where you can pay for a shout out from your favourite personality. Check out the reactions. Plus we examine proposed federal reforms to provide law enforcement agencies access to your encrypted conversations and we explore the new ...…
 
Federal politicians of all stripes have reacted with outrage over the sentiments expressed by Katter's Australia Party Senator Fraser Anning in his maiden speech.Senator Anning praised the White Australia policy and called for the return of an immigration system based on race and religion.The Guardian's Political Editor Katharine Murphy joins F ...…
 
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.
 
On DTS this week: A big drop in the number of Snapchat users. How do you feel about retailers, banks, stadiums using knowing your face? Facial recognition is the next frontier for logging onto more things than your iPhone. What sectors are adopting facial recognition and what are the security concerns? Plus, how should Twitter tackle Infowars c ...…
 
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