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His week that was – Kevin HealyDoes the US intend to end its war on Afghanistan ? – Anti war activist in US, Brian TerrellTampa 20 years on and are we going to repeat? – journalist and author David MarrGM crops helping to destroy the Amazon rainforests – Bob Phelps director of GeneEthics NetworkPart 2 of journalist and researcher Nic MacLellan’s as…
 
It is a long and painful process to see oneself clearly, as is the process of returning to one’s childhood. In the fifty ninth episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are talking with someone who is More Than One Child (隐形小孩 / Yǐnxíng Xiǎohái), a woman as friendly as she is fearless: Shen Yang. She’s here on this episode, and so is her…
 
Tuesday Hometime 24 August for podcast His week that was – Kevin HealySpeaking with civil rights activist, member of Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women in Seattle, Megan Cornish about the US war on the people of Afghanistan.People to people peace initiatives in Palestine must begin with freedom and equality. – Amin Abbas from Olive KidsMore …
 
Tuesday Hometime 17 August 2021 His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyDeep Sea Mining – what is would mean – Dr Helen RosenbaumAustralia’s treatment of asylum seekers – Max CostelloCampaign against the cashless debit card – Kathryn WilkesPart 1 the role of Bob Hawke in seeking to destroy the left of the trade union movement and his secret dealings with…
 
The moment I was bitten, I died and became another thing. Now I am loitering on the other shore of the Styx, listening to the past from beyond its waves. In the fifty eighth episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are picking Flower of the Other Shore (彼岸花 / Bǐ'àn Huā), a romantic(!) zombie short story by A Que. Here to help me find sy…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyUpdate on West Papua – Ronnie KareniUS leaving Afghanistan? – Dr Tim AndersonUK whistle blower goes to gaol – Jacob GrechPart 2 interview with Philippines human rights activist May KotsakisBy Jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Ronnie Kareni, Dr Tim Anderson, Jacob Grech & May Kotsakis
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyThe ALP and Palestine – much to be desired – Jennine KlalikAnother example of Israeli apartheid – Joharha BakerGene Ethics Network report – Bob PhelpsDuterte in Philippines – May KotsakisLooking for reasons behind the demonstrations in Cuba – Sasha Gillies LekakisBy Jan Bertlett, Kevin Healy, Jennine Klalik, Joharha Baker, Bob Phelps, May Kotsakis, Sashe Gillies-Lekakis
 
His week that was - Mr Kevin HealyBreakthrough with investigation into medical treatment for Tamil 3 year old Thanicaa - Max CostelloMoreland City Council meeting debating Palestine and Israel - Sue BoltonPart 2 of recent history of Colombia - Sasha Gillies-LekakisMeeting at National Press Club in New York at end of Julian Assange support tour - sp…
 
‘Chopin always reminds me of being lovelorn in Penang’ [ this is episode 5 of our Taiwan Season ] In the fifty seventh episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are suffering from Home Sickness (匿逃者 / Nì Táo Zhě), a short story collection by Chih-ying Lay. Here to ease this terrible affliction is the book’s translator: reformed Buddhist …
 
His week that was – Kevin HealySuccessful campaign against Land Forces 21 – Zelda GrimshawDemocracy on life support in Malaysia – Lee TanPart 2 webinar – Palestine and the media (UTS Centre for Social Justice & Inclusion)Part 1 recent history of Columbia – Sasha Gillies-LekakisBy Jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Zelda Grimshaw, Lee Tan, UTS Centre for Social Justice & Inclusion, Sasha Gillies-Lekakis
 
Chris Hedges in New York meeting supporting Julian AssangeFascism alive in Australia – Professor Emeritus Stuart ReesUpdate on Western Sahara – Kamal FadelPart 1 of webinar – Palestine and the mediaIs Venezuela turning to the right? Fred FuentesWhat does the change at the White House mean for US foreign policy – Dr Tim Anderson…
 
Dr Francis Nathan and Merlin Nathan – Medical and humanitarian workers in Palestine beginning 20 years ago.Why France has brought forward the third referenda on New Caledonia independence vote – Nic Maclellan.Professor Jason Macleod and his 30 year advocacy and activism for an independent West Papua.How the pandemic is affecting PNG and issues surr…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyFrom Mice to Mitochondria – Bob Phelps GeneEthics NetworkProfessor Emeritus Stuart Rees and our disgusting treatment of refugees and asylum seekersICC to take on case against the Philippines – Peter MurphyPart 2 interview with veteran US anti war activist Brian TerrellWhat Macron and Morrison talked about over dinn…
 
RADIOTHON PROGRAMHis week that was – Mr Kevin HealyAustralia’s cruel and inhumane treatment of refugees and asylum seekers – Professor Spencer ZifcakDr Margie Beavis and her work through pandemic with general practice, teaching at university and anti war activitiesPart one of interview with US anti war activist Brian TerrellJoe Montero from the Ven…
 
‘According to the ancient precepts, grief supersedes all formalities’ [ this is episode 4 of our Taiwan Season ] In the fifty sixth episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are introducing ourselves to the Taipei People (台北人 / Táiběi Rén), as written by Pai Hsien-yung. Joining me to question the merits of nostalgia and muse aimlessly on…
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy Nakba Webinar, featuring:Dr Tony BirchDr Sary ZananariNasser MaschniDr Jordy Silverstein Australia’s war machine purchases – Dr Alison BroinovskiAustralian war memorial expansion – Dr Sue WarehamBy Jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Dr Tony Birch, Dr Sary Zananari, Nasser Maschni, Dr Jordy Silverstein, Dr Alison Broinovski, Dr Sue Wareham
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyUpdate on Burma – Debbie Stothard Human Rights Activist currently in ThailandPolitical impasse in Samoa – Journalist and researcher Nic MaclellanPart 2 of recent history of Chile – Sasha Gillies-LekakisAustralia’s long support for regime in Sri Lanka – Bartathan Tamil Refugee CouncilDangerous situation for West Papuan…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyHow you can help the children of Gaza – Yasmeen from Olive KidsWhy 1000’s of young people are fleeing Morocco and news from Western Sahara – Dr Randi IrwinGeneEthics report with Bob PhelpsWorldwide campaign against killer drones – Kathy KellyFirst part of recent history of Chile – Sasha Gillies-LekakisFascism and best…
 
‘Only if you go to places nobody’s ever been can you see the colours nobody’s ever seen’ [ this is episode 3 of our Taiwan Season ] In the fifty fifth episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are meeting The Man with the Compound Eyes (复眼人 / Fùyǎn Rén). Brace yourself for the impact of an ecological, apocalyptic, and internationalist vo…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyPalestinians fighting back against land theft by Israeli settlers – Rawan Arraf – director of Australian Centre For International JusticeBishop George Browning writes a letter to Scott MorrisonTamil Genocide Day May 16 – ongoing today in Sri Lanka – BarathanProgress report on nuclear weapons ban treaty – Associate …
 
‘Some desires, once formed, are impossible to fulfil, so they become frustrations instead. That’s the problem with going forth into new worlds’ [ this is episode 2 of our Taiwan Season ] In the fifty fourth episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are thumbing through the Notes of a Crocodile (鳄鱼手记 / Èyú Shǒujì). Joining me on the looko…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyAustralia’s obsession with China – Richard Tanter senior research associate Nautilus Institute University of MelbourneUrgent alert at recent attacks on activists in the Philippines – May KotsakisTwo court cases which could break the camel’s back of Australia’s cruel treatment of refugees – Max Costello – retired la…
 
‘Two peach trees, two entirely different universes.’ [ this is episode 1 of our Taiwan Season ] In the fifty third episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are peeling back The Membranes (膜 / Mó). Joining me at their respective computer terminals in the ocean floor biodome are its author Chi Ta-wei and translator Ari Larissa Heinrich. -…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyFast in Washington for children of Yemeni – Kathy KellyLynas deception – Lee TanOur appalling record on human rights – Professor Spencer ZifcakOceanaGold deception – Peter MurphyReaction to ALP decision on Palestine State – Emeritus Professor Stuart ReesBy jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Kathy Kelly, Lee Tan, Professor Spencer Zifcak, Peter Murphy & Emeritus Professor Stuart Rees
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyALP making moves to recognize State of Palestine – Nasser MachniBeginnings of a new women’s movement? – Coral WynterVale to leave New Caledonia – Nic MaclellanWas there an attempted coup in Jordan – Dr Tim AndersonBy Jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Nasser Machni, Coral Wynter, Nic Maclellan, Dr Tim Anderson
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyFight back in Malaysia and overseas against approval of Lynas Corp radio active waste dump – Natalie Lowrey – AID WatchPart 2 of history of Brazil post ending of military dictatorship in 1985 and the present situation under Bolsanaro – Sasha Gillies-LekakisBob Phelps from the GeneEthics Network on the trail of chem…
 
‘An unruly monkey like you has to be restrained somehow, otherwise you’ll never reform’ In the fifty second episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are departing from the Tang Empire on a haphazard Journey to the West (西游记 / Xī Yóu Jì). Talking me through the transformations is Julia Lovell, translator of JttW’s latest, extremely reada…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyWhy two women, one Jewish, one Palestinian attended Palestine Land Day – Shams and NinaLooking at history and likely outcome of Ecuador elections – Fred FuentesCampaign to stop production of killer robots – Matilda ByrnePart 1 of history of Brazil post military dictatorship in C20 and situation now – Sasha Gillies …
 
'I stand alone on the earth, unable to bring the show to an end' In the 51st episode of the Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast, we're heading into the far west to come face-to-face with Li Juan, a Han Chinese writer who has found some degree of fame writing soulfully about her experiences living among the Kazakh herders of Xinjiang Province. Bravin…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin healyFight back against control of media in Malaysia – Lee Tan Extraordinary unionist Sam BondPolice compliance with cruelty – is Australia part of this? – Emeritus Professor Stuart ReesCurrent situation in West Papua – Ronnie KareniJacob Grech returns from the Home Run 4 Julian…
 
Starting a podcast is not a dinner party In the fiftieth episode of the Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast, I put my feet up and have a beer! Woohoo! - // NEWS ITEMS // Beijing Lights Archives | Spittoon Sci-Fi Writer or Prophet? The Hyperreal Life of Chen Qiufan Mither Tongue: Jidi Majia's poetry in 3 Scots dialects - // Handy TrChFic Links // The…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyCarnage in Myanmar/Burma – Debbie Stothard – human rights activist living in ThailandPart two of Associate Professor Tilman Ruff’s assessment of Fukushima 10 years on.Will Pacific Nations get the vaccines and when – Journalist and researcher Nic Maclellan10 years of war on Syria – Dr Tim Anderson…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyWhy Christian Porter should not have the position of the primary protector of the rule of law inAustralia – Kathryn KellyNew anti war group in the US – Kathy KellyGo ahead for the disputed expansion of the Australian War Memorial – Dr Sue WarehamPart 1 of interview with Associate Professor Tilman Ruff on the 10 ann…
 
'One morning, Salinger was woken from sleep by deafening noises. Dazed, he gazed outside the window and saw a row of gleaming Baekdu bulldozers, which had been modified from Chonma-ho battle tanks, bearing down on his cabin.' In the forty ninth episode we continue our megacrossover, this time tackling modern literature. Once more unto the jazz hall…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyActivism alive and well in Wonthaggi – Jessica HarrisonIntroducing Dr Randi Irwin – new editor of AWSA e-bulletinSynthetic biology and much more – Bob PhelpsIndependent international enquiry into human rights abuses in Philippines to present first report to UNHRC in late March – Peter Murphy…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyFailure of Comcare re Tamil refugees on Christmas Island – Max Costello30th anniversary of Green Left – co-editor Susan PriceAustralian government involvement in human rights abuses in Philippines – May KotsakisCoup in Burma – coordinator of Alternative ASEAN in Burma -Debbie Stothard…
 
Street 2 Bay report and EP&BC Act 1999 review – Neil BlakeJudges at ICC have decided that the court has jurisdiction over war crimes committed in Occupied Palestine – Jessica MorrisonGreen Left celebrating 30 years – Pip HinmanAustralian Council For Free And Fair Speech launched – Professor Emeritus Stuart ReesRumbling in the South Pacific – tsunam…
 
'What sort of a fiend are you that you dare change into my appearance, take my descendants captive, occupy my immortal cave, and assume such airs?' In the forty eighth episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are doing something a little different! In this episode half of a small army of Chinese lit podcasters join me to discuss their f…
 
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