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English, Talk, 1 season, 251 episodes, 4 days, 3 hours, 25 minutes
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With a focus on international politics and business, Geraldine Doogue talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
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Biden vows to stay in the race for US President

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
7/12/202415 minutes, 2 seconds
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UK Labour wins in a landslide

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
7/5/202415 minutes, 13 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/28/202415 minutes, 5 seconds
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New industry standards to combat child sexual abuse material

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/21/202415 minutes, 9 seconds
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Chinese Premier Li Qiang visit and the Offline Club goes viral

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/14/202415 minutes, 4 seconds
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EU elections and Anthony LaPaglia in Death of a Salesman

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/7/202415 minutes, 4 seconds
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Donald Trump guilty on all counts

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/31/202415 minutes, 10 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/24/202415 minutes, 12 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/17/202420 minutes, 49 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.  
5/10/202411 minutes, 12 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/3/202419 minutes, 28 seconds
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Saturday Extra 27 April 2024

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/26/202415 minutes, 7 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/19/202414 minutes, 51 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/12/202415 minutes, 12 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/5/202415 minutes, 6 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/29/202415 minutes, 5 seconds
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Saturday Extra: Russia's

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/22/202415 minutes, 6 seconds
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Russia's opposition plan for electoral damage

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/15/202415 minutes, 6 seconds
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Gaza talks at a standstill and 50 years of women's refuges

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/8/202414 minutes, 59 seconds
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Saturday Extra - Ireland's gender role referendum and social prescribing

Ireland's gender role referendum, the rise of "social" prescribing in Australian medicine, plus a journalist goes undercover in New York's art world. 
3/1/202415 minutes
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
2/23/202415 minutes, 7 seconds
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Saturday Extra: Alexei Navalny's death and Trump ordered to pay $350 million fine

Alexei Navalny, Russian President Vladimir Putin's most formidable domestic opponent and critic, has died in a Russian prison. Plus the latest in US politics with Nick Bryant.
2/16/202415 minutes, 2 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
2/9/202415 minutes, 11 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
2/2/202422 minutes, 37 seconds
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Saturday Extra

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
1/26/202415 minutes, 10 seconds
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SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS: Behind the scenes of La Sagrada Familia

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
1/19/20240
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SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS: Heirs of Slavery to apologise for past wrongs

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
1/12/202424 minutes, 4 seconds
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SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS: Leaders of pangolin trafficking gang convicted

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
1/5/202424 minutes, 4 seconds
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EV charging etiquette and 2023 politics in review

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
12/15/202330 minutes
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A landmark history of the postwar trial of Japan’s leaders

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
12/8/202323 minutes, 52 seconds
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Why the powerful Koch network has backed Nikki Haley

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
12/1/202323 minutes, 53 seconds
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The great divide: Alan Kohler on fixing Australia's housing mess

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
11/24/202324 minutes, 42 seconds
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A dangerous moment for Myanmar's Junta

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
11/17/202325 minutes, 12 seconds
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Israel's economic-security doctrine under Benjamin Netanyahu

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
11/10/202324 minutes, 44 seconds
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Qantas shareholders punish board at AGM

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
11/3/202324 minutes, 33 seconds
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China's EV dominance; Israel-Gaza analysis

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
10/27/202324 minutes, 27 seconds
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What life is like in the West Bank in times of relative peace

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
10/20/202324 minutes, 6 seconds
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Regional risks from the Israel-Hamas conflict

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
10/13/202344 minutes, 24 seconds
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Michael Gawenda's life as a secular Jew

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
10/6/202324 minutes, 22 seconds
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The underground historians of China trying to preserve truth

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
9/29/202323 minutes, 56 seconds
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How to have a respectful referendum

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
9/22/202324 minutes, 17 seconds
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Key Republicans open to Trump alternative

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
9/15/202324 minutes, 32 seconds
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South-East Asia envoy Nicholas Moore on boosting trade and investment

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
9/8/202324 minutes, 31 seconds
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How did China's economic woes get so bad?

Plus, the architecture of data centres, obstacles to downsizing and a groundbreaking solar project.
9/1/20230
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Katherine High School's turnaround and an undercover sting against wildlife trafficking

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
8/25/202325 minutes, 3 seconds
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Two years after Taliban takeover

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
8/18/202323 minutes, 45 seconds
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Church provides land for renters and the Australian leading the international anti-nuclear campaign

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
8/11/202323 minutes, 54 seconds
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Church provides land for renters and the Australian leading the international anti-nuclear campaign

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
8/11/202323 minutes, 54 seconds
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A reflection on the epic marriage of Winnie and Nelson Mandela

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
8/4/202324 minutes, 39 seconds
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A reflection on the epic marriage of Winnie and Nelson Mandela

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
8/4/202324 minutes, 39 seconds
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The real Ukraine counter-offensive, parent visas and critical mineral strategy

Plus, new entrants to Australian aviation, why the US is still our best bet and the July edition of the Pick.
7/28/202324 minutes, 56 seconds
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The real Ukraine counter-offensive, parent visas and critical mineral strategy

Plus, new entrants to Australian aviation, why the US is still our best bet and the July edition of the Pick.
7/28/202324 minutes, 56 seconds
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World Cup, Simon Schama and Strata Drama

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
7/21/202324 minutes, 1 second
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World Cup, Simon Schama and Strata Drama

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
7/21/202324 minutes, 1 second
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US and China restart climate talks and Martin Wolf on democratic capitalism

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
7/14/202323 minutes, 56 seconds
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US and China restart climate talks and Martin Wolf on democratic capitalism

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
7/14/202323 minutes, 56 seconds
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A foreign affair and Robodebt: a dark day for frank and fearless advice

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
7/7/202324 minutes, 10 seconds
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A foreign affair and Robodebt: a dark day for frank and fearless advice

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
7/7/202324 minutes, 10 seconds
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Australians in Ukraine's cyber war, and why younger voters are sticking with progressive politics

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/30/202323 minutes, 29 seconds
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Australians in Ukraine's cyber war, and why younger voters are sticking with progressive politics

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/30/202323 minutes, 29 seconds
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Margaret MacMillan on lessons from WWI for Ukraine today

Kim Ghattas on Saudi Arabia's positioning for a new role in international diplomacy, what's happening to commercial property valuations and the war inside Reddit.
6/23/202323 minutes, 50 seconds
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Margaret MacMillan on lessons from WWI for Ukraine today

Kim Ghattas on Saudi Arabia's positioning for a new role in international diplomacy, what's happening to commercial property valuations and the war inside Reddit.
6/23/202323 minutes, 50 seconds
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Katja Hoyer's history of the GDR, Ukraine analysis with Frank Ledwidge

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/16/202322 minutes, 46 seconds
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Katja Hoyer's history of the GDR, Ukraine analysis with Frank Ledwidge

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/16/202322 minutes, 46 seconds
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Mind of the Nation: Australian attitudes to university

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/9/202324 minutes, 2 seconds
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Mind of the Nation: Australian attitudes to university

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/9/202324 minutes, 2 seconds
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50 years of Australia-Vietnam relations

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/2/202324 minutes, 39 seconds
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50 years of Australia-Vietnam relations

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
6/2/202324 minutes, 39 seconds
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Does Australia have an opioid addiction crisis?

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/26/202323 minutes, 57 seconds
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Does Australia have an opioid addiction crisis?

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/26/202323 minutes, 57 seconds
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Will dysfunction in America's politics harm their international diplomacy?

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/19/202324 minutes, 20 seconds
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Will dysfunction in America's politics harm their international diplomacy?

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/19/202324 minutes, 20 seconds
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Will new tax incentives deliver more build to rent housing?

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/12/202324 minutes, 31 seconds
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Will new tax incentives deliver more build to rent housing?

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
5/12/202324 minutes, 31 seconds
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Kevin Rudd remembers Allan Gyngell

Kevin Rudd remembers Allan Gyngell.
5/5/202324 minutes, 3 seconds
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Kevin Rudd remembers Allan Gyngell

Kevin Rudd remembers Allan Gyngell.
5/5/202324 minutes, 3 seconds
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Heirs of slavery to apologise for past wrongs

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/28/20238 minutes, 27 seconds
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Heirs of slavery to apologise for past wrongs

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/28/202324 minutes, 32 seconds
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Working with China on net zero

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/21/202324 minutes, 32 seconds
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Working with China on net zero

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/21/202324 minutes, 32 seconds
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Fears for Russian opposition politician Vladimir Kara-Murza

Plus, award winning research on the “quiet epidemic” of gifted underachievement.
4/14/202324 minutes, 34 seconds
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Fears for Russian opposition politician Vladimir Kara-Murza

Plus, award winning research on the “quiet epidemic” of gifted underachievement.
4/14/202324 minutes, 34 seconds
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Saving China's imperial art collection

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/7/202324 minutes, 27 seconds
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Saving China's imperial art collection

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
4/7/202324 minutes, 27 seconds
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Trump indictment and Pentridge Prison unlocks gates to past

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/31/202324 minutes, 35 seconds
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Trump indictment and Pentridge Prison unlocks gates to past

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/31/202324 minutes, 35 seconds
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Surfing for gender equality in PNG

Plus, an expert panel has outlined plans to reform teachings degrees.
3/24/202330 minutes
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Surfing for gender equality in PNG

Plus, an expert panel has outlined plans to reform teachings degrees.
3/24/202330 minutes
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The escalating costs of the NDIS and foreign policy after AUKUS

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/17/202330 minutes
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The escalating costs of the NDIS and foreign policy after AUKUS

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/17/202330 minutes
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The AUKUS subs deal worth billions

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/10/202330 minutes
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The AUKUS subs deal worth billions

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
3/10/202330 minutes
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China's ballistic missile buildup and New Zealand appeals to wealthy expats to fund disaster recovery

And a new book explores the unexplored history of fungi. 
3/3/202330 minutes
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China's ballistic missile buildup and New Zealand appeals to wealthy expats to fund disaster recovery

And a new book explores the unexplored history of fungi. 
3/3/202330 minutes
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The rise and fall of the UK's flagship gender service for children

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
2/24/202330 minutes
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The rise and fall of the UK's flagship gender service for children

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
2/24/202330 minutes
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Britain's demise and the anniversary of the Northern Rivers' devastating floods

Plus, fears of a  violent election in Myanmar election and the spy balloon hysteria on A Foreign Affair.
2/17/202330 minutes
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Britain's demise and the anniversary of the Northern Rivers' devastating floods

Plus, fears of a  violent election in Myanmar election and the spy balloon hysteria on A Foreign Affair.
2/17/202330 minutes
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Landmark trial of Hong Kong 47

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
2/10/202330 minutes
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Landmark trial of Hong Kong 47

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
2/10/202330 minutes
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How does cashless gaming work? Vietnam's political turmoil and the First XI cricket tour of England

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
2/3/202330 minutes
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How does cashless gaming work? Vietnam's political turmoil and the First XI cricket tour of England

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
2/3/202330 minutes
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Saturday Extra: German tanks, BBC's The Modi Question and a history of Radio Australia

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
1/27/202330 minutes
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Saturday Extra: German tanks, BBC's The Modi Question and a history of Radio Australia

International politics and business, and the things that matter to Australians.
1/27/202330 minutes
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Defence spend to skyrocket and is America decadence one the decline?

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
1/20/202330 minutes
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Defence spend to skyrocket and is America decadence one the decline?

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
1/20/202330 minutes
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How Ireland went from a backwater to modernity and saving the Australian Boab tree

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
1/13/202330 minutes
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How Ireland went from a backwater to modernity and saving the Australian Boab tree

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
1/13/202330 minutes
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Reflections on Russia and 100 years of the Country Women's Association

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
1/6/202330 minutes
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Reflections on Russia and 100 years of the Country Women's Association

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
1/6/202330 minutes
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Saturday Extra

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
12/30/202230 minutes
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Saturday Extra

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
12/30/202230 minutes
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Saturday Extra Summer highlights

Lessons form the Cold War and the history of public libraries. 
12/23/202230 minutes
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Saturday Extra Summer highlights

Lessons form the Cold War and the history of public libraries. 
12/23/202230 minutes
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Germany's far right coup attempt and evidence that mammals island-hopped from Australia to colonise the world

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
12/16/202230 minutes
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Germany's far right coup attempt and evidence that mammals island-hopped from Australia to colonise the world

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
12/16/202230 minutes
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Reforming the House of Lords and the deteriorating rights of women in Afghanistan

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
12/9/202230 minutes
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Reforming the House of Lords and the deteriorating rights of women in Afghanistan

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
12/9/202230 minutes
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50 years of diplomatic relations with China and how price parity clauses in travel platforms effect your wallet?

and what exactly is meant by the term 'American Exceptionalism'?
12/2/202230 minutes
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50 years of diplomatic relations with China and how price parity clauses in travel platforms effect your wallet?

and what exactly is meant by the term 'American Exceptionalism'?
12/2/202230 minutes
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Power to the people in Victoria and a new University Accord

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
11/25/202230 minutes
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Power to the people in Victoria and a new University Accord

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
11/25/202230 minutes
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Defining superannuation and fighting the illegal wildlife trade

More than 14,000 classified documents relating to John F Kennedy's assassination remain locked up.  There's a push to have them released. 
11/18/202230 minutes
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Defining superannuation and fighting the illegal wildlife trade

More than 14,000 classified documents relating to John F Kennedy's assassination remain locked up.  There's a push to have them released. 
11/18/202230 minutes
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Indonesia's balancing act at the G20 and life after prison

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
11/11/202230 minutes
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Indonesia's balancing act at the G20 and life after prison

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
11/11/202230 minutes
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The outgoing Director General of ASIS explores the traits he's looking for a new recuits

And the politicisation of workers rights in Qatar ahead of the FIFA World Cup
11/4/202230 minutes
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The outgoing Director General of ASIS explores the traits he's looking for a new recuits

And the politicisation of workers rights in Qatar ahead of the FIFA World Cup
11/4/202230 minutes
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Rebuilding Ukraine underway and the problems with detective jurors

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
10/28/202230 minutes
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Rebuilding Ukraine underway and the problems with detective jurors

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
10/28/202230 minutes
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New UK leadership battle underway and do sanctions really work?

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
10/21/202230 minutes
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New UK leadership battle underway and do sanctions really work?

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
10/21/202230 minutes
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Can Australia afford the big spend defence commitments from AUKUS?

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
10/14/202230 minutes
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Can Australia afford the big spend defence commitments from AUKUS?

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
10/14/202230 minutes
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Can you hold leadership positions in two organisations with competing values?

And has Covid forever changed audiences for our great theatre and musical companies? 
10/7/202230 minutes
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Can you hold leadership positions in two organisations with competing values?

And has Covid forever changed audiences for our great theatre and musical companies? 
10/7/202230 minutes
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In the age of anxiety, should we look toward the past?

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
9/30/202230 minutes
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In the age of anxiety, should we look toward the past?

Saturday Extra talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
9/30/202230 minutes
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Iranian women protest and burn hijabs in Iran

And we have a panel from the Festival from Dangerous Ideas exploring American Decadence - has this great country entered a decline it can not recover from?
9/23/202230 minutes
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Iranian women protest and burn hijabs in Iran

And we have a panel from the Festival from Dangerous Ideas exploring American Decadence - has this great country entered a decline it can not recover from?
9/23/202230 minutes
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A forensic look at the proposed changes to the Constitution which would enshrine an indigenous voice to parliament

Analysis of the week's events, with a special focus on business and foreign affairs
9/16/202230 minutes
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A forensic look at the proposed changes to the Constitution which would enshrine an indigenous voice to parliament

Analysis of the week's events, with a special focus on business and foreign affairs
9/16/202230 minutes
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The Elizabethan era is over

And a new book charts the history of the Australia's female war correspondents.
9/9/202230 minutes
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The Elizabethan era is over

And a new book charts the history of the Australia's female war correspondents.
9/9/202230 minutes
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Unlocking the jobs of the future

Plus, Gorbachev's legacy, and brinkmanship over the Greater Sunrise gas project.
9/2/202230 minutes
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Unlocking the jobs of the future

Plus, Gorbachev's legacy, and brinkmanship over the Greater Sunrise gas project.
9/2/202230 minutes
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Should superannuation funds invest more in nation building projects?

and a history of women's relationship of alcohol
8/26/202230 minutes
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Should superannuation funds invest more in nation building projects?

and a history of women's relationship of alcohol
8/26/202230 minutes
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Saturday Extra

Liz Chaney and the Republican Party, steps toward increasing electric vehicles in Australia and the outgoing NSW Minister for Customer Services Victor Dominello, reflects on digital reform. 
8/19/202230 minutes
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Saturday Extra

Liz Chaney and the Republican Party, steps toward increasing electric vehicles in Australia and the outgoing NSW Minister for Customer Services Victor Dominello, reflects on digital reform. 
8/19/202230 minutes
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Saturday Extra, August 13 2022

Analysis of the week's events, with a special focus on business and foreign affairs
8/12/202230 minutes
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Saturday Extra, August 13 2022

Analysis of the week's events, with a special focus on business and foreign affairs
8/12/202230 minutes
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Teacher shortage reaches crisis point; rewilding Europe

Plus, Australia's China Odyssey through the prism of prime ministers who have handled relations with Beijing since Whitlam in 1972.
8/5/202224 minutes, 35 seconds
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Teacher shortage reaches crisis point; rewilding Europe

Plus, Australia's China Odyssey through the prism of prime ministers who have handled relations with Beijing since Whitlam in 1972.
8/5/202224 minutes, 35 seconds
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Merkle's appeasement of Putin and why public companies are turning private

and digitizing the public service
7/29/202224 minutes, 33 seconds
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Merkle's appeasement of Putin and why public companies are turning private

and digitizing the public service
7/29/202224 minutes, 33 seconds
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Can Trump be prosecuted? Plus, the importance of teaching poetry to children

7/22/202224 minutes, 51 seconds
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Can Trump be prosecuted? Plus, the importance of teaching poetry to children

7/22/202224 minutes, 51 seconds
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The dark side of Gone with the Wind and the cost of motherhood

7/15/202224 minutes, 49 seconds
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The dark side of Gone with the Wind and the cost of motherhood

7/15/202224 minutes, 49 seconds
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Can you predict global unrest and the Tour de Femmes

With a focus on international politics and business, Geraldine Doogue talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
7/8/202224 minutes, 27 seconds
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Can you predict global unrest and the Tour de Femmes

With a focus on international politics and business, Geraldine Doogue talks to expert commentators about the things that matter to Australians.
7/8/202224 minutes, 27 seconds
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The demise of digital bank Volt; increases in Australia's indigenous population

plus, top analysis on A Foreign Affair.
7/1/202225 minutes, 5 seconds
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The demise of digital bank Volt; increases in Australia's indigenous population

plus, top analysis on A Foreign Affair.
7/1/202225 minutes, 5 seconds
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Roe V Wade; Space solar power; what happens when Fox News viewers watch CNN?

Plus, ideas for preparing for the next pandemic.
6/24/202223 minutes, 33 seconds
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Roe V Wade; Space solar power; what happens when Fox News viewers watch CNN?

Plus, ideas for preparing for the next pandemic.
6/24/202223 minutes, 33 seconds
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Crackdown on trust payments; Ukraine in the balance

6/17/202224 minutes, 37 seconds
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Crackdown on trust payments; Ukraine in the balance

6/17/202224 minutes, 37 seconds
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Xi JinPing's political power: the future of working from home and the new national curriculum

and a film about bird medics in New Dheli
6/10/202224 minutes, 29 seconds
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Xi JinPing's political power: the future of working from home and the new national curriculum

and a film about bird medics in New Dheli
6/10/202224 minutes, 29 seconds
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How fractured is the United Kingdom? Australian television stations competing with the international streaming services

6/3/202224 minutes, 6 seconds
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How fractured is the United Kingdom? Australian television stations competing with the international streaming services

6/3/202224 minutes, 6 seconds
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Global food supply problems; China and Russia's special relationship and remembering the single minded travel writer Dervla Murphy

and A Foreign Affair: the Pacific in focus
5/27/202224 minutes, 32 seconds
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Global food supply problems; China and Russia's special relationship and remembering the single minded travel writer Dervla Murphy

and A Foreign Affair: the Pacific in focus
5/27/202224 minutes, 32 seconds
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Federal election 2022: economic and political analysis live from the Western Sydney seat of Parramatta

Tackling transitions and life after politics
5/20/202224 minutes, 44 seconds
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Federal election 2022: economic and political analysis live from the Western Sydney seat of Parramatta

Tackling transitions and life after politics
5/20/202224 minutes, 44 seconds
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Sri Lankan turmoil deepens; the race for the control of the Senate and the writings of activist poet Judith Wright

and Election express and Jessica Irvine's financial tips for the young people
5/13/202224 minutes, 27 seconds
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Sri Lankan turmoil deepens; the race for the control of the Senate and the writings of activist poet Judith Wright

and Election express and Jessica Irvine's financial tips for the young people
5/13/202224 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Marcos comeback and the wooing of the Indian Australian vote

and the connections between spies and showbiz.
5/6/202224 minutes, 30 seconds
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The Marcos comeback and the wooing of the Indian Australian vote

and the connections between spies and showbiz.
5/6/202224 minutes, 30 seconds
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The battle for Perth's Liberal heartland; is Russia committing genocide in Ukraine?

and the economic challenges and opportunities that await for whoever wins office.
4/29/202224 minutes, 1 second
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The battle for Perth's Liberal heartland; is Russia committing genocide in Ukraine?

and the economic challenges and opportunities that await for whoever wins office.
4/29/202224 minutes, 1 second
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Turmoil in Sri Lanka; Universities post pandemic and 'A foreign Affair'

and the story of an indigneous returned soldier in the wake of Anzac Day
4/22/202223 minutes, 57 seconds
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Turmoil in Sri Lanka; Universities post pandemic and 'A foreign Affair'

and the story of an indigneous returned soldier in the wake of Anzac Day
4/22/202223 minutes, 57 seconds
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Man of steel; reburying the remains of Mungo man and walking in Garibaldi's footsteps

and what are the obstacles facing democracies?
4/15/202223 minutes, 18 seconds
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Man of steel; reburying the remains of Mungo man and walking in Garibaldi's footsteps

and what are the obstacles facing democracies?
4/15/202223 minutes, 18 seconds
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What can the United States learn from Australia's voting system and innovative ways to recycle plastics

And what do Indonesians think of Australia?
4/8/202224 minutes, 6 seconds
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What can the United States learn from Australia's voting system and innovative ways to recycle plastics

And what do Indonesians think of Australia?
4/8/202224 minutes, 6 seconds
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US strengthens ties with Australia in cyber, defence and rare minerals

Plus, turning wasted talent into productivity gold.
4/1/202224 minutes, 4 seconds
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US strengthens ties with Australia in cyber, defence and rare minerals

Plus, turning wasted talent into productivity gold.
4/1/202224 minutes, 4 seconds
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US Supreme Court confirmation hearings for the first black female; Record temperature in the poles and The Pick

Also, Australia and India look to cement ties in education sector
3/25/202223 minutes, 33 seconds
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US Supreme Court confirmation hearings for the first black female; Record temperature in the poles and The Pick

Also, Australia and India look to cement ties in education sector
3/25/202223 minutes, 33 seconds
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Reflections on Russia; Macron's presidential election and Australia in 50 plays

3/18/202225 minutes, 2 seconds
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Reflections on Russia; Macron's presidential election and Australia in 50 plays

3/18/202225 minutes, 2 seconds
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Russia cast out of the global economic system; A Foreign Affair and staying mentally healthy during troubling times

And how to be a good global citizen
3/11/202224 minutes, 29 seconds
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Russia cast out of the global economic system; A Foreign Affair and staying mentally healthy during troubling times

And how to be a good global citizen
3/11/202224 minutes, 29 seconds
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Germany pivots on Ukraine; Military strategy in Ukraine and misinformation in election times

and Kevin Rudd on the relationship between China and Russia
3/4/202223 minutes, 50 seconds
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Germany pivots on Ukraine; Military strategy in Ukraine and misinformation in election times

and Kevin Rudd on the relationship between China and Russia
3/4/202223 minutes, 50 seconds
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Ukraine at war; lessons from the Cold War and is the bid for AGL a watershed moment for energy in Australia?

And what will the international turmoil mean for upcoming federal election?
2/25/202224 minutes, 35 seconds
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Ukraine at war; lessons from the Cold War and is the bid for AGL a watershed moment for energy in Australia?

And what will the international turmoil mean for upcoming federal election?
2/25/202224 minutes, 35 seconds
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80 years since the bombing of Darwin; 'Is disorder the new international order?' and The Pick

Plus Gonski funding ten years and is bigger government needed?
2/18/202224 minutes, 4 seconds
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80 years since the bombing of Darwin; 'Is disorder the new international order?' and The Pick

Plus Gonski funding ten years and is bigger government needed?
2/18/202224 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Quad counters China; Class warfare in Australia and the history of the women's pool

plus what makes a top stock picker and 'dynamic' covid zero in Hong Kong
2/11/202224 minutes, 1 second
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The Quad counters China; Class warfare in Australia and the history of the women's pool

plus what makes a top stock picker and 'dynamic' covid zero in Hong Kong
2/11/202224 minutes, 1 second
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Reserve Bank in the firing line; A Foreign Affair and the chequered history of great public libraries

2/4/202224 minutes, 4 seconds
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Reserve Bank in the firing line; A Foreign Affair and the chequered history of great public libraries

2/4/202224 minutes, 4 seconds
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Saturday, 29 January 2022

1/28/202224 minutes, 4 seconds
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Saturday, 29 January 2022

1/28/202224 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Next Generation's Australia and Why the West failed in Afghanistan

Plus, where the next waves of migration might take us; John Denton, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce, on the role of business in tackling some of the world's biggest problems; and Politicians' Picks - three politicians join us with their recommendations for reading, watching and listening this summer.
12/17/202123 minutes, 20 seconds
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The Next Generation's Australia and Why the West failed in Afghanistan

Plus, where the next waves of migration might take us; John Denton, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce, on the role of business in tackling some of the world's biggest problems; and Politicians' Picks - three politicians join us with their recommendations for reading, watching and listening this summer.
12/17/202123 minutes, 20 seconds
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What will it take to reverse the decline of democracy? Indigenous equine therapy in the Kimberley and ultimate train journeys of the world

12/10/202115 minutes, 49 seconds
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What will it take to reverse the decline of democracy? Indigenous equine therapy in the Kimberley and ultimate train journeys of the world

12/10/202115 minutes, 49 seconds
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Cancel culture or rebalance? Plus, A Foreign Affair: Year in Review

And a history of appeasement analogies in defence rhetoric; Plus, can our gum trees withstand climate change?
12/3/202116 minutes, 17 seconds
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Cancel culture or rebalance? Plus, A Foreign Affair: Year in Review

And a history of appeasement analogies in defence rhetoric; Plus, can our gum trees withstand climate change?
12/3/202116 minutes, 17 seconds
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What are the government's strengths and weaknessed heading into next year's election?

Plus, the geopolitics influencing the unrest in Solomon Islands, the future of Australia's casinos, and the rascals and rebels who shaped the modern tax system.
11/26/202115 minutes, 48 seconds
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What are the government's strengths and weaknessed heading into next year's election?

Plus, the geopolitics influencing the unrest in Solomon Islands, the future of Australia's casinos, and the rascals and rebels who shaped the modern tax system.
11/26/202115 minutes, 48 seconds
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What can Labor bring to the election campaign?

Plus, Anne Applebaum on the Belarus-Poland border crisis; developing and protecting Australia's critical technologies; the tricky science of trigger warnings; and the rise of female share investors.
11/19/202115 minutes, 19 seconds
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What can Labor bring to the election campaign?

Plus, Anne Applebaum on the Belarus-Poland border crisis; developing and protecting Australia's critical technologies; the tricky science of trigger warnings; and the rise of female share investors.
11/19/202115 minutes, 19 seconds
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Navigating conflicts of interest; Crypto comes of age

Plus, how unshakeable is President Xi Jinping's power? Veterans pull in the harvest, and charting the relationship between two cultures in Western Australia.
11/12/202117 minutes, 34 seconds
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Navigating conflicts of interest; Crypto comes of age

Plus, how unshakeable is President Xi Jinping's power? Veterans pull in the harvest, and charting the relationship between two cultures in Western Australia.
11/12/202117 minutes, 34 seconds
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Banking on green, Macron under pressure and the 'great resignation'?

Plus crisis looms in Ethiopia and our November edition of The Pick: things to read, watch and listen to.
11/5/202115 minutes, 10 seconds
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Banking on green, Macron under pressure and the 'great resignation'?

Plus crisis looms in Ethiopia and our November edition of The Pick: things to read, watch and listen to.
11/5/202115 minutes, 10 seconds
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Australia's pivot to India; Facebook rebrands to META and why is submarine building in a shambles?

10/29/202115 minutes, 18 seconds
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Australia's pivot to India; Facebook rebrands to META and why is submarine building in a shambles?

10/29/202115 minutes, 18 seconds
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PNG faces a Delta crisis and Gareth Evans on 30 years of peace in Cambodia

Plus, the aims of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, the plan to get one million Australians into tech jobs and Peter FitzSimons on Australia's greatest unknown explorer.
10/22/202115 minutes, 37 seconds
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PNG faces a Delta crisis and Gareth Evans on 30 years of peace in Cambodia

Plus, the aims of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, the plan to get one million Australians into tech jobs and Peter FitzSimons on Australia's greatest unknown explorer.
10/22/202115 minutes, 37 seconds
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Moves towards sustainable housing and the hollowing out of the Australian public service

Plus, political and religious developments in the Middle East, the politics of net zero in the regions and Gillian Tett on using anthropology more flexibly.
10/15/202115 minutes, 12 seconds
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Moves towards sustainable housing and the hollowing out of the Australian public service

Plus, political and religious developments in the Middle East, the politics of net zero in the regions and Gillian Tett on using anthropology more flexibly.
10/15/202115 minutes, 12 seconds
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Southeast Asia's pandemic waste crisis and George Blake: The happy traitor

Plus, supply chain woes as we head towards Christmas and what to watch and listen to this month.
10/8/20211 minute, 19 seconds
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Southeast Asia's pandemic waste crisis and George Blake: The happy traitor

Plus, supply chain woes as we head towards Christmas and what to watch and listen to this month.
10/8/20211 minute, 19 seconds
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The diplomatic challenges of AUKUS and Ian Goldin on building a better post-pandemic world

Plus, a farewell to Gladys Berejiklian, Lin Hatfield Dodds on systems leadership and steering Australia's oldest charity The Benevolent Society, where you can go to build your digital skills and the history of radio as a tool of female empowerment in Australia.
10/1/202124 minutes, 4 seconds
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The diplomatic challenges of AUKUS and Ian Goldin on building a better post-pandemic world

Plus, a farewell to Gladys Berejiklian, Lin Hatfield Dodds on systems leadership and steering Australia's oldest charity The Benevolent Society, where you can go to build your digital skills and the history of radio as a tool of female empowerment in Australia.
10/1/202124 minutes, 4 seconds
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Fresh ideas to fix the housing crisis and a deep dive into changes in China

Plus, are children orphaned by Covid-19 being left behind? And Australia's changing role in the Pacific.
9/24/202115 minutes, 9 seconds
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Fresh ideas to fix the housing crisis and a deep dive into changes in China

Plus, are children orphaned by Covid-19 being left behind? And Australia's changing role in the Pacific.
9/24/202115 minutes, 9 seconds
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Political ramifications of AUKUS, tackling transitions in the Hunter, and Germany farewells Angela Merkel

Plus, Lebanon's crumbling healthcare system and improving adult literacy in Australia
9/17/202115 minutes, 47 seconds
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20 years on, how MV Tampa and the 9/11 attacks have shaped Australia and the United States

Plus, upheaval in Japanese politics and the enduring appeal of Roger Federer.
9/10/202116 minutes, 10 seconds
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Are our hospitals equipped to handle a COVID outbreak? Foreign correspondent Nick Bryant on life at a crossroads

Plus, the fight to stop Silicon Valley giants from dominating the Australian electronic payments sector. And, recommendations for entertaining and enlightening things to read, watch and listen to this month.
9/3/202114 minutes, 59 seconds
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Building a new curriculum and 70 years of ANZUS

Plus, will Pakistan come to regret helping the Taliban to victory? Tales of hope from the pandemic, and what's behind the sudden boom in golfing.
8/27/202123 minutes, 32 seconds
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The ethics of mandatory vaccination; rebelllion in Cuba and who are the Taliban in 2021?

Plus, the 70 year history of the Australian Financial Review, and how discuss Covid with civility.
8/20/202124 minutes, 3 seconds
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Tackling Transition: getting to net zero in agriculture; Alan Rusbridger's new job; Where are the female political biographies?

Plus, Iran tackles challenges at home and abroad with a new conservative president; and recommendations for reading, watching and listening this month.
8/13/202123 minutes, 50 seconds
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Saturday Extra, 7 August 2021

The story behind the founding of Afterpay, a reflection on the Beirut explosion and David Miliband's thesis on "The Age of Impunity".
8/6/202124 minutes, 23 seconds
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Resurrecting policy reform, and A Foreign Affair discussion about the crisis in Southeast Asia

Plus, what it will take to manufacture mRNA vaccines in Australia, a short history of war, and looking back and forward on the 75th anniversary of the Australian National University.
7/30/202124 minutes, 26 seconds
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US voting rights under attack, the great baby bust and the Delta strain keeps Australians locked down.

Plus, Professor Ian Hickie on protecting your mental health in lockdown, and the achievements of Vera Deakin, daughter of Alfred.
7/23/202124 minutes, 28 seconds
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The roots of South Africa's unrest, Ian Silk on a career in super and Growing up in the Wimmera

Plus, reflections on the messaging and measures employed when Sydney's Covid outbreak moved to its multicultural South West, and what policy lessons the Nordic countries might hold for Australia.
7/16/202123 minutes, 57 seconds
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Strategies to stop the misuse of public funds, and the latest in the battle to break up Big Tech

Plus, Crown casino bombshells, an update on the Covid situation in India, the incredible true story of the women who took on ISIS, and recommendations for reading, watching and listening.
7/9/202124 minutes, 4 seconds
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Federalism in crisis, and 100 years of the Chinese Communist Party

Plus, Hungary vs the EU, and the superhero spreading the vaccine message in the Northern Territory.
7/2/202123 minutes, 50 seconds
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A Foreign Affair discussion about Latin America, and the rise and fall of Robert Maxwell

Plus, the future of virus research, bushfire recovery 18 months, and a setback for Australia's Asian Renewable Energy Hub, in WA.
6/25/202122 minutes, 53 seconds
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The pros and cons of working from home; Striking a better balance between policing and privacy; The perils of a PhD student

Plus, the looming elections in war-torn Ethiopia; Whether the Northern Ireland Protocol could provoke a crisis in UK-EU relations and undermine the Good Friday Agreement; And the long history of women walking.
6/18/202123 minutes, 53 seconds
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Australia in the space race, Geoff Raby on diplomacy, and rewilding ourselves

Plus, what the AFP-FBI sting Operation Ironside might mean for surveillance, and an update on East Timor, Bernard Collaery and Witness K.
6/11/202124 minutes, 13 seconds
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Leaving Afghanistan; Naomi Osaka and elite sport pressure; the great battery energy storage challenge

Also, veteran diplomat and Middle East specialist, Martin Indyk, in our Diplomacy series. And The Pick - recommendations for your reading, listening and watching.
6/4/202122 minutes, 53 seconds
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Mountain peak misconceptions; future of the Republican Party; lawyer Taylah Gray on reconciliation

Also, meet departing US Consul General to Sydney, Sharon Hudson Dean. And Islamic State in Africa - a growing concern.
5/28/202124 minutes, 6 seconds