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Jugaad /dʒuːˈɡɑːd/ means 'hacks and innovation' in Hindi. This channel explores journalism hacks, and takes a critical look at the media. We're run by journalists, and we share what we've learned along the way.
 
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The biggest financial stories and why they matter to us all.
 
The Perthian Chronicles is a ten year project seeing curious fellow, Ryan Marano, creating verbal sketches of the passionate people of Perth. And to hopefully revisit these chronicles and their authors in ten years time for a recap. So like a fine wine these chronicles will appreciate with time but for now its tastes like a bitter Rose.
 
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2019 is here and Ryan is back with a mini series of conversations from the hard working artists of Perth's Fringe World Festival. In this first chapter, Ryan is joined by the team behind "Patti the Pig Story and Song Show": Serena Chalker (Choreographer) and Michael A Caruso (Writer). A genuine family show! The three of them talked about: the s ...…
 
A trio of the world's top forecasters and economists take a look at what's ahead in 2019. Will the trade wars, populist political waves and stock market roller-coaster rides carry on well into the New Year? As the World Bank kicks off with a gloomy forecast predicting shrinking economic growth, Ed Butler asks what are the biggest risks to globa ...…
 
Ask yourself honestly, how closely have you examined your emotional relationship with money? Or is it all a bit too awkward? Financial psychology - a relatively new discipline borne out of the USA - says we should all be doing exactly that. It joins the dots between psychology and financial planning, via behavioural economics and says it can he ...…
 
In 2013, India passed an Act to protect women from sexual harassment in the workplace. Five years on, has it had any meaningful impact and where does that leave men and those from the LGBTQ community? In a special edition from Delhi, Divya Arya asks how workplaces in India are tackling the problem and whether the #MeToo movement has made sexual ...…
 
As the end of the year approaches, the programme hears how parents cope with partners who work for the emergency services, children in hospital or extended family far away and overseas. A trio of presenters Susannah Streeter , Rahul Tandon and Manuela Saragosa, share their stories of juggling work and family life in the busy run up to the holid ...…
 
It's been another week of turmoil in British Brexit politics, but what is the view from the rest of Europe? Is the EU any better organised than the British government and what do they think is actually going to happen? Jonty Bloom takes a Europe-wide view of Brexit and the preparations already underway. He is joined by: Vicky Pryce, chief econo ...…
 
How do you juggle the demands of a job and a family? Is there a stress-free and guilt-free way of giving adequate attention to your children and your career?We discuss the daily challenges facing millions of parents all over the world, including the often frantic morning rush, the career opportunities that pass you by, and the difficulty of mai ...…
 
Drug firms are coming under fire from the US, Europe and China over the cost of some of their products. But is it simply the price we have to pay if we want Big Pharma to keep producing life-saving medicines?President Trump has vowed to drive down drug prices "substantially" - we hear why a lack of haggling means the latest patented pills typic ...…
 
In this special edition we hear personal stories from the Great Recession and ask who has paid the highest price.From mortgage defaults and job losses to stagnant wages, we find out how hard the last 10 years have been for many individuals and families, and ask what legacy the financial crisis has left.Plus, where might the next crash come from ...…
 
Why are most of us so bad at planning for the future? Whether saving for our retirement, managing workloads and deadlines, or budgeting for a major infrastructure project, we humans often fail miserably. Is it because we're incompetent, even irresponsible? Or is there something psychological getting in the way?We explore some of the most common ...…
 
Would you sign a divorce contract before you got married? Should you? They’re often seen as unnecessary, unromantic, and irreligious, but we hear how prenuptial agreements are on the rise, and not just among the super-rich. We speak to a newly-wed who signed a prenup with her now husband to protect her business interests. One of the UK’s top di ...…
 
Why are governments and, increasingly, private companies spending billions of dollars on missions to Mars? Is there any money to be made from the red planet, and do these missions benefit anyone back on Earth?We explore the return on investment for taxpayer dollars spent on NASA or European Space Agency missions, and ask if Elon Musk is aiming ...…
 
Do you worry about plastic packaging, perfumes tested on animals, or whether child labour was responsible for your jeans? How often do those values actually affect your spending?Surveys suggest a majority of global consumers are concerned about the environment, animal welfare and workers' rights, but what we spend on ethical products is tiny in ...…
 
Bribery costs individuals, businesses and economies billions of dollars each year, and there are many international laws and conventions against it. But what happens when your firm operates in a part of the world where it's still the norm?In this episode we speak to three business people with first-hand experience of backhanders and ask how the ...…
 
Nancy Kacungira presents a special programme on climate change, profiling the people whose trailblazing ideas and innovations are hoping to mitigate against global warming.Deep in the Ecuadorian jungle, one isolated community of Achuar have come up with an ingenious solution to protect their territory from the ever encroaching threat of defores ...…
 
Who gets to control your personal data on the internet? Ed Butler and guests discuss the future of data privacy. With the scandals over use of our personal data by big groups like Facebook, Ed asks the experts whether our whole relationship with internet-based services could be breaking down? Could the old grand bargain - the giving of our pers ...…
 
After a rummage in the wardrobe, Ryan has found the magical Fez which was given to him by his Cousin Patrick, who found the Fez while visiting Turkey. And so Ryan thought he would try a new format with the podcast, where he and a collections of guests try answering questions from this magical fez. Question ranging from "Coke or Pepsi" to "What ...…
 
Many people meet their future love partner at work. But with the current high profile cases of sexual harassment, employers are becoming much more concerned about managing relationships between their employees. Ed Butler asks whether office dating between co-workers is a potential hazard, not just for staff, but for the company as a whole. And ...…
 
US President Donald Trump is bringing back sanctions on Iran and is threatening to extend the sanctions to European companies that do business there. The Iran announcement came in the same week that the USA announced more sanctions on Venezuela, ahead of controversial elections later this month. Since coming into power, President Trump has used ...…
 
How can the world move faster to ramp up renewable power? In the Balance examines the efforts of businesses and governments to manage the shift from fossil fuels - coal, gas and oil - to renewable sources like wind, solar and hydro. It's sometimes a bewilderingly complex world of goals, targets and treaties. But the key thing, according to the ...…
 
In the Balance asks whether the 53 countries of the Commonwealth could become a new force in global trade. With rising trade protectionism around the world, and the UK splitting off from the European Union, how important could this grouping of diverse nations be to the future of international trade? Ed Butler talks to business leaders and polit ...…
 
In the early hours of a cool Saturday, bird song and the buzzing of a cafe filled the air. The sound framed a dream like scene. In this chapter Ryan met with the Director, Designer, Writer, Musician and Performer Joe Lui. A true jack of all trades in the Perth theatre industry. There was talk of "Fracture's" Diamond Thrust, the immortal Colonel ...…
 
T'was on a late Summer's day, that Ryan met with acting and teaching Legend, Angela Punch McGregor. In this insightful chapter,there was talk of: Mel Gibson, the classics, the politics of the rehearsal room, audiences are magical, teaching at WAAPA, the definition of acting, Ruth Cracknell's other art, Australian series Mother & Son, art is sha ...…
 
Ryan met with director Lucy Clements at Perth's Fringe World Festival HQ. There was talk of: Lucy's new theatre company Ghosts, Actor's being not just technicians with a skill, Fringe World Festival mega guide, Field Marshall Montgomery and his advice to his troops, Stress is the new Coffee, Lucy's New York Theatre Binge, Lucy meeting Alan Cumm ...…
 
In this special outdoor edition, Ryan sat down with Director Riley Spadaro, a recent WAAPA graduate and now incoming NIDA student. The two chatted about: Minus One Sister at the State Theatre, Leticia Cáceres, Belvior St. Theatre, Exhaustion as a badge of honour, the magical powers of Phoebe Sullivan, Perth is a nurturing City, the civil develo ...…
 
In this episode of 'Deconstructing the News,' we look at the latest blog on Newswhip, 'Farewell to LittleThings: The end of the platform-dependent publisher.'This episode is close to our hearts, because the Facebook algorithm change really messed with the work we're doing. Read the article we're discussing here: http://www.newswhip.com/2018/03/ ...…
 
In this episode, we're talking about a video published by Beme News, a property of CNN. The video, called 'BUBBLE ALERT: Women Don't Like Bitcoin' made a lot of assumptions about women, men and testosterone. Have a listen and let us know what you think. This is the video in question: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-fKBapAkWQMust read: https:/ ...…
 
In the Balance examines the recent sharp falls in the global markets. Ed Butler asks why volatility is back in the financial markets - after years of relative calm. Ed is joined by one of the world's leading experts in algorithmic computerised trading as well as a fund manager with more than 30 years experience of watching the market highs and ...…
 
On a cool summer day Ryan went down to the Subiaco Arts Centre to have a yarn with award winning Director, Writer and Actor Kyle Morrison. The pair chatted about: Kyle's theatrical youth, the Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company, the 26th of January, creation rather than destruction, the magic of Language, International Aboriginal Theatre, Games and fe ...…
 
Italy's upcoming general election is being seen as the latest test of a populist upsurge in Europe. Manuela Saragosa is in Rome to hear what young people want from the election and the economy. Italy has one of the highest youth unemployment rates in Europe and many young people leave the country to find work. So do politicians have any answers ...…
 
In this chapter Ryan ventured forth onto the campus of UWA to find the politically and economically wise Jessica Wright. A true "Insider" into the world of the Liberal Party. There was discussion of Same-Sex Marriage, the celebritization of our democracy, Honesty can be a double edge sword, Malcolm Turnbull, Tony Abbott, the Dual Citizenship sc ...…
 
Fatalists might argue work has no future, that soon pretty much everything will be automated and that the robots will take over. Others say the rise of artificial intelligence and robotics just means the kinds of jobs we'll all be doing is changing. So what sorts of skills will prepare us - and our children - for the future of work, and for job ...…
 
The world's top business people, politicians and economists have been meeting in the Swiss resort of Davos. In the Balance asks: Can capitalism deliver prosperity for all of us?The International Monetary Fund confirmed a strong picture for global growth this year - but is it the right kind of growth? The IMF report reveals that one fifth of eme ...…
 
As President Trump completes his first year in office, a Nobel prize-winning economist and two mayors mark the President's economic report card. Has President Trump delivered on his big economic promises to bring back jobs and cut taxes? Ed Butler is joined by the eminent economist Professor Robert Shiller; the Mayor of Gillette, Wyoming, Louis ...…
 
Once again Ryan makes a pilgrimage to south of the river, where he is greeted by the "King of Perth Comedy" Paul "Werzel" Montague. These two talked about: The mobility of being a Stand-up, the story behind the name "Werzel", Big cartoon Shakespeare, Lumpy verse, Rum and bad intentions, Mental Health, a warning to satisfaction, Product vs. Art ...…
 
Political manipulation and fake news have shaken trust in social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has vowed to make 2018 the year of big changes on the social media giant. And politicians around the world are threatening to bring in new regulations too. In Germany a new law is now forcing platforms to remove hat ...…
 
What are the biggest risks to the global economy in 2018? Ed Butler is joined by some of the world's leading economists and political scientists to ask the key questions that will affect us all in the year ahead. Ed hears from Ian Bremmer, American political scientist and the President and founder of Eurasia Group, a political risk research fir ...…
 
Giving It AwayGlobal philanthropy is on the rise, but can the huge sums donated by wealthy business people risk undermining governments and democracy?Manuela Saragosa is joined by economist Neva Rockefeller Goodwin, a member of the Rockefeller family that owns one of the world's largest fortunes. Neva is also one of 400 wealthy people in the US ...…
 
Chapter 25 is here! And Ryan is met with the Performer, Writer, Film Maker and the Director of Soup, Ana Victoria Neves. Obviously the two talk about Soup (which Ana gives a surprising influence of the play) and the upcoming FRINGE WORLD FESTIVAL. But they also talk about: Ana's youthful globe trotting, "Spoilers" feeding societies impatience, ...…
 
It was during an early morning in December where Ryan had a chat with Performer, Writer and Creative Producer, Samantha Maclean. In this chapter there was chatter of: Static Drive Co., the early days of the BPA course, Sam's job as a Mocap performer, Facebook as a theatre company graveyard, using the classics as a historical spectacle, the rehe ...…
 
On this very special occasion, Ryan is warmly greeted by Writer and Performer Mararo Wangai. With Masala Tea in hands, the two talked about: the Australian MP's citizenship scandal, the Australian Theatre Forum, the political and social effects of a theatre's architecture, Artists on the tight rope of political correctness, anger bringing out p ...…
 
Ryan visits long time colleague and a true jack of all trades, Jessica Russell. "Soon to be leader in the arts industry". The two caught up on Jess's year. Which was crammed with Producing, Publicity, Blueroom Theatre Support, Workshop with the legendary Maxine Doyle (Punchdrunk) and working on Blueprint. They also touched on the importance of ...…
 
Ryan found himself in the bustling halls of the department of Local Government, Sport and Creative Industries. It's was in this shadowy building was where Ryan was warmly greeted by Mr. Duncan Ord OAM, the Director General of all these departments. In this very inspiring chapter the pair talk about: Jewish Humour, our stories being safe in a bo ...…
 
Could starting up a business be the best way into work for more women across South Asia? Shivaani Kohok asks why only one in four women in India have paid jobs and what's holding them back from entering the workplace. She's joined by three women working with entrepreneurs across South Asia.(Picture: A mother and baby treated by the Sehat Kahani ...…
 
Are there clever solutions to real life challenges across South Asia? In partnership with the BBC Innovators series, Shivaani Kohok hears from some of the people in India who are coming up with new ideas to improve health, education and business in areas where life is tough. Shivaani and guests discuss how "jugaad" can help. It is a Hindi term ...…
 
In the Balance reports this week from Catalonia, Spain's strongest economic region. The Catalan leader has declared that the region has won the right to independence, following a referendum declared illegal by the Spanish state. But what about the economy? Catalonia accounts for nearly 20% of Spain's GDP, but who would stand to lose most if the ...…
 
China's economy is still growing at a respectable rate - but how long can that last? Ed Butler reports from China on the problems caused by increasing amounts of debt. Ed hears from students taking on debt they don't understand and finds out about the extent of Shanghai's property bubble. He is joined back in the studio by a panel of experts on ...…
 
In the halls of independent theatre power, a bumbling Ryan is warmly greeted by the award wining Poet, Producer, Philosopher and Global Citizen Zainab Zahra Syed. In quite a reflective chapter, the two spoke about: the partition of Pakistan, the film "Viceroy", globe trotting, SLAM poetry, understanding artists as vessels, "inclusivity not excl ...…
 
Very soon, for the first time in modern history, five generations will be working side by side. Baby boomers, traditionalists, and Generations X, Y and Z. Is it a manager's dream - or a nightmare? Manuela Saragosa and guests ask why millennials are so hard to manage - and how do you keep older workers motivated throughout a career that could la ...…
 
The development of Artificial Intelligence is being seen as one of the biggest threats to jobs this century. Yet it's a technology that can also help humanity hugely and is forecast to increase global economic growth. So should we be afraid of AI - or should we embrace a future where machines could become as intelligent as humans? In the Balanc ...…
 
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