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For years Christopher Pyne was on the receiving end of a barrage of questions from the media and politicians but still managed to keep it together and had a successful career in politics. Now he is out of the game and risking it all to step out of his comfort zone and embrace a new world of media to turn the tables and go from the interviewee to the interviewer (…sort of). Hear the stories from guests that you’ve never heard before, as they succumb to what people describe as “the Pyne Effect ...
From the corridors of power to the most marginal seats across the country, The Australian’s politics team will dissect the big stories making headlines as well as the hustings hijinks that will leaving you saying ‘strewth!’. A conversational podcast that brings the listener along for the ride with analysis but also humour.
One hundred years after Australia elected its very first female parliamentarian, journalist Annabel Crabb and comedian Steph Tisdell chart the rise of female politicians in Australian politics and the unbelievable things they got up to along the way.
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Alice Workman and Lane Sainty from BuzzFeed News take you into the corridors of power at Australian Parliament House to dissect the latest goings on in federal politics.
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What issues matter most to Australian Christians during an election? Hosts Tim Costello and Mel Wade talk to Australia's experts and leaders - including the ones that Christians don't usually get to hear from! Episode guests: Prof Ian Harper (Reserve Bank & Dean of Melbourne Business School, Melbourne University) - Economy; John Anderson (Former Deputy PM & Nationals Leader) - Religious Freedom; Natasha Stott Despoja (former senator & Ambassador for Women and Girls) - Women Dr Tim Flannery ( ...
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Political editor Katharine Murphy is joined by Essential Media’s Peter Lewis and the Australia Institute’s Ebony Bennett to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll. Together, they discuss the busy end of the parliamentary term, the party leaders’ approval ratings, and the state of the Liberal party after electoral losses federally and in Victori…
Industrial relations are once again in the spotlight, with the mining industry and Qantas joining the Coalition in their attacks on the Labor government’s proposed legislation. And the big sticking points for these large companies is that issue of workers from different companies to collectively negotiate pay rises – but it seems that business just…
The man accused of sexually assaulting Brittany Higgins in Parliament House is set to have the charge against him dropped. A western Sydney hospital proposed to offer up vacant wards to film companies as a way to make money. The wife of disgraced former NRL star Brett Finch says the couple needs time to “heal” after his shocking child abuse materia…
The cyber criminals behind the Medibank data breach appear to have dumped the remaining customer information they stole onto the dark web.
A five-year health plan aimed at those from refugee backgrounds, has been launched in south-western Sydney.
It's been the final official sitting day in Parliament and the Albanese government worked on moving forward with some of its election promises before the Christmas break.
With summer now upon us in Australia, messages about sun safety and skin health are again ramping up around the country. A leading cancer institute has raised concerns about a new TikTok trend that glamourises tanning, with the social media giant saying it will remove any such videos, as fears grow over the unhealthy and possibly deadly effects on …
Global markets have rallied as the US Federal Reserve Chair signalled a less aggressive interest rates hiking path may be upon investors, so SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Geddes, Angus from Fat Prophets to find out more; plus property prices fall for an eighth straight month as CoreLogic's Tim Lawless explains what will drive hom…
In the second episode of ASPI’s special series ‘What’s In A Name? The Australia-Indonesia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership’, Dr David Engel and Dr Gatra Priyandita speak to Dr Arianto Patunru and Nicola Yeomans, two people who were instrumental in the Partnership’s creation.They explore the economic dimensions of the Australia-Indonesia relation…
An aide to the British royal family has resigned after probing the nationality and race of a black woman attending a Buckingham Palace reception. The episode puts further heat on the Royal family's attitude to racism, with the Palace saying the incident was 'regrettable and unacceptable'.
It's been a big final sitting week in Parliament, with the government moving on an integrity commission, its industrial relations bill and its workplace harassment legislation. Plus, Scott Morrison became the first former prime minister to be censured.7.30 chief political correspondent, Laura Tingle, joins Patricia Karvelas and Fran Kelly for her a…
NATO is seeking to bolster its support for countries affected by the war in Ukraine, including progressing membership bids by Sweden and Finland, as well as a focus on neighbouring Bosnia, Georgia, and Moldova. The discussions have taken place at a meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers to discuss Russia’s destabilisation of the region, but the Kremlin …
In this episode, Van chats with David Parsons, host of The Nostalgia Trap. They talk about his upbringing in Ventura, California during the 1990s, why he's obsessed with '90s pop culture and film, the nightmarish state of being a perpetual precarious academic historian, and what got him into the podcast game. They also discuss his fascinating book,…
SBS Football Analyst and former Matildas player Sarah Walsh reflects on Australia's historic win over Denmark and previews Matchday 12 of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. She's talking with Amelia Dunn.
The Socceroos have made the knockout stages of the FIFA World Cup for the first time since 2006 with a 1-0 victory over Denmark on day 11 of the tournament in Qatar.
Lucy, Andrew, and Ben are joined by Chapo Trap House's Will Menaker to discuss: Tear gassing your own troops for morale, losing 45 gallons of iPhones, and an American werewolf in Colorado. Plus: The Clipping Report and the much-dreaded return of the RIPing Report.***Support our show and get exclusive bonus episodes by subscribing on Patreon: www.pa…
A new documentary explores one of Australia's greatest rock bands. 'The Angels: Kickin' Down the Door' tells the story of what went on behind the scenes to create such hits as Take A Long Line and Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A roast turkey, or goose is arguably the centre piece of a Christmas day dinner in most British homes, but this year some families may struggle to buy a bird.Nearly half the free-range turkeys farmed for this year's festive celebrations have died, or been culled, because of a devastating outbreak of avian flu.…
New polling from the ACTU highlights just how grave the cost of living crisis is becoming. One in four Australians skipping meals due to cost of living increases, and more than half have cut back on essential items.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
There are very few treatments available for people with Alzheimer's Disease.Researchers in the US and Australia have welcomed the results of a clinical trial which may help slow the progression of Alzheimer's in some people in the early stages of the disease.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Political Editor for Guardian Australia Katharine Murphy joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.Guest: Katherine MurphyBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
There’s been a lot of tense debate around an Indigenous Voice to Parliament this week, and the campaign hasn't even started.Critics of the referendum have used a lack of detail as a reason to oppose, or refuse to take a position, but within the Coalition’s own ranks, that’s being disputed.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The hackers behind the Medibank cyber-attack have released what is believed to be the remainder of customer data online.Government Services Minister Bill Shorten has labelled the hackers "low-lifes" and says customers whose data has been released would be feeling violated.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Scott Morrison censured by Parliament. China’s Covid crackdown. Plus, Tony Abbott’s parliamentary portrait unveiled. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Sky News Australia / NZ
Creditors of FTX Australia and FTX Express are meeting this morning, after their global parent company collapsed.A wide range of Australian investors are out of pocket and there are already concerns that any money remaining in the Australian arms could be siphoned off overseas.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
It's now been a week since a fire in an apartment block in the Chinese city of Urumqi killed 10 people, and sparked a series of protests. The latest reports from China suggest the country's police and security services have cracked down on dissent at home.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A new report says one third of Australian workers have experienced sexual harassment on the job.The Humans Rights Commission's latest report, 'Time for Respect', says despite this high figure, only a small fraction will report the behaviour.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Socceroos have dared to dream, dashing all expectations and defeating Denmark to qualify for the Soccer World Cup's final 16. Former Socceroo Captain Paul Wade joined RN Breakfast and couldn't contain his excitement at the reality of Australia advancing to the knockout stages.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sanna Marin is the first Finnish Head of state to visit New Zealand, and she lands in Australia tomorrow.She'll give a speech at the Lowy Institute and hold talks with Prime Minister Albanese, as she carves out a bigger role for Finland on the world stage.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A group of junior St George rugby league players were attacked with a knife while innocently travelling from school to footy training. Sydney Airport’s boss would like to see the rules governing the airport modernised. Daryl Maguire’s excuse for not going to court’s been blown out of the water. Australia’s stars embraced former coach Justin Langer …
In an LNL special, historian Simon Sebag Montefiore discusses the world’s greatest dynasties, from the Romanovs to the Rothschilds, the Khans to the Kennedys… even the Kardashians. Guest:Simon Sebag Montefiore – British historian and author of The World: A Family History published in Australia by Hachette.You can find Simon's Spotify playlist Sound…
Afghan-Australians and newly arrived refugees have taken part in a nation first program that's encouraging women to lead change in their communities through sport. The Arezo Sports Leadership initiative aims to unite emerging leaders from around the country, equipping them with skills and confidence to make positive change.…
This year's closing the Gap Report shows limited progress, with four targets on track, but another four going backwards. Indigenous groups say it shows "a story that is moving too slow", and one that highlights the need for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
Lukas Coch/AAP As well as her interviews with politicians and experts, Politics with Michelle Grattan includes “Word from The Hill”, where she discusses the news with members of The Conversation politics team. In this podcast Michelle and politics + society editor Amanda Dunn canvass federal parliament’s final sitting week of the year, including th…
A new measure of inflation suggest consumer prices have eased, but SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with CBA Chief Economist Stephen Halmarick to find ot why they're likely to continue to rise; plus Luke Laretive from Seneca Financial Solutions on the day on the markets.
Scott Morrison has become the first former prime minister to be censured by the Federal Parliament. Only one Coalition M-P supported the formal condemnation of Mr Morrison over the secret ministries scandal, but not before the former prime minister himself issued a firm defence of his actions.
In this episode, we speak to a Qatari artist about her take on the ‘OneLove’ campaign, and why so many people want athletes and fans to take a stand at Qatar 2022. We also speak to Marc Owen Jones about caricatures used in the media to describe the first World Cup in the Middle East, and Abdulla Al-Arian (Editor of ‘Football in the Middle East, Sta…
A new campaign has been launched on social media where people living with disability and their peers are penning open letters to employers to describe the future workplaces they want to see. It's hoped the 'Dear Future Boss' campaign will create more awareness in making workplaces more accessible and inclusive.…
Many young Australians are feeling doubtful about the future, according to a new report by national charity Mission Australia. The report has revealed the top personal challenges and wider concerns for young Australians across the country, including over the state of the environment, equity and discrimination and mental health.…
SBS Football analyst and former Socceroos goalkeeper Mark Bosnich previews to Matchday 11 of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. He's talking with Amelia Dunn.
The action has concluded in Groups A and B on day ten of action in Qatar and all eyes now turn to the Socceroos.
Meanwhile, German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann has met Ukraine’s attorney general and the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court over alleged war crimes in Ukraine against civilians.
There is a growing firestorm over two ad campaigns by one of the world's most influential fashion brands. Balenciaga is now suing the production company behind one of the ads, featuring a US Supreme Court decision on child pornography, while its BDSM teddy bear ads have been pulled.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Have you seen the headlines on The Betoota Advocate recently?The minds behind the memes have expanded their column inches to the world of books with their new release 'The Australian Dream'.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Around the world every year, malaria kills over 500 thousand people, overwhelmingly children, and around 200 million people will suffer from the disease.Last night Australian researcher Professor Alan Cowman was awarded the CSL Florey Medal for his work looking at how the malaria parasite infects humans.…
Former Minister for Indigenous Australians, Ken Wyatt says he's "extremely disappointed" to hear the Nationals oppose the Voice to parliament.He says he took a "detailed" report with a model for a Voice to parliament to the former Coalition cabinet, twice.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Former prime minister Scott Morrison is set to censured for failing to disclose his secret ministerial appointments, but the Liberal party is calling it a "political stunt".Guest: Phil CooreyBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The ABC is reporting the government will likely cap wholesale gas prices, demand a guaranteed domestic supply from producers, and enforce a mandatory code of conduct. Minister for Industry and Science says we need to see '"lower" input costs, as the current prices are "unsustainable".By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Great Barrier Reef to be listed as 'in - danger' by the UN unless the government does more on climate change, concerns that Indigenous Voice to Parliament will cause division. Plus, Sarah Hewson joins the show on the Queen's final days. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Sky News Australia / NZ
As the debate over a Voice to Parliament heats up, Australia hasn't held a referendum for more than 20 years - and one constitutional expert says we're out of the habit.History shows even when we do hold one, it's very rarely approved - so what makes for a successful referendum?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation