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It is talk radio with a difference. From razor-sharp analysis of current events to the hottest debates in politics, science, philosophy and culture, this program opens up a world of ideas, putting you firmly in the big picture. Presented by Phillip Adams.

It is talk radio with a difference. From razor-sharp analysis of current events to the hottest debates in politics, science, philosophy and culture, this program opens up a world of ideas, putting you firmly in the big picture. Presented by Phillip Adams.
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Sydney, NSW

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It is talk radio with a difference. From razor-sharp analysis of current events to the hottest debates in politics, science, philosophy and culture, this program opens up a world of ideas, putting you firmly in the big picture. Presented by Phillip Adams.

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@LNLonRN

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Episodes

Daniel McCarthy's USA; Commemorating Loss; Climate Fiction

6/21/2018
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The immigration debate; Trump's space force; has the FBI become politicised? In recent years we have seen heated debates over who and what we choose to commemorate. Cli-fi has been hailed as the new sci-fi, but could this new literary genre help save the world?

Duration:00:53:29

Sweden prepares for Russian election hacking , Was there another genocide in Rwanda?, The Uluru Statement one year on

6/20/2018
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Sweden prepares for Russian election hacking . Was there another genocide in Rwanda? The Uluru Statement one year on.

Duration:00:53:28

Bruce Shapiro's state of the nation; Comcast versus Disney; the history and future of fingerprints

6/19/2018
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Bruce Shapiro on what's happening in the United Sates of Trump; who will win the media battle of the giants and win Fox away from Rupert Murdoch - Comcast or Disney? we associate fingerprinting with crime but in fact the practise has another history.

Duration:00:53:27

Laura Tingle's week in politics; reporting under Duterte; how post-racial is the US?

6/18/2018
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Will tax cuts get through a Senate which is ever-changing - and is the ABC for sale or not? Maria Resse winner of the Golden Pen of Freedom is a reporter in Duterte's Philippines where journalists are under attack; when Barack Obama came to power pundits hailed a new, post-racial society, but how deep were those changes and how do we then account for Donald Trump?

Duration:00:53:21

Ian Dunt's UK report; the Sultan's feminist revolution; women in film

6/14/2018
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Ian Dunt on all the week's news from the UK; in Yogyakarta a Sultan's proposal that his daughter succeed him to the throne has caused stirs but is this a feminist revolution or merely a gambit to hold onto power? Why does the world of cinema remain a male prerogative even after a concerted push to get more recognition for women's stories and skills?

Duration:00:53:29

The Good Muslim debate, weaponising space and the history of pneumatic tubes

6/13/2018
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Should the government decide what makes a good Muslim, do we need a space army and the cutting-edge technology of pneumatic tubes.

Duration:00:53:29

Bruce Shapiro's USA; The Vory: Russia's Super Mafia: World Cup and geopolitics

6/12/2018
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Two very different summits in Canada and Singapore. The history and rise to political and business power of Russia's criminal gangs.

Duration:00:53:21

Matt Noffs on addiction; the mermaid's tale

6/11/2018
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Are we all addicts? The mystery of mermaids.

Duration:00:53:21

The new encryption bill, Mark Oliphant's secrets, censorship in the age of Me Too.

6/7/2018
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Should we allow law enforcement to break into encrypted information on our phones? The secrets scientist Mark Oliphant shared that had a huge impact on the development of the atomic bomb and post war atomic politics. A new documentary about Australian censorship asks how the age of Me Too affects what we like to watch.

Duration:00:53:22

The big news story that's not in the news, How neoliberalism ate itself, Expats and existentialists in post-war Paris

6/6/2018
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A sting operation in India has uncovered the collusions between the mainstream media and vested interests. But you won't be reading about it.

Duration:00:53:21

Bruce Shapiro; Evangelicals; Epigenetics

6/5/2018
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Bruce Shapiro's USA. Beyond belief: why evangelicals support Trump. Epigenetics - do you have trauma in your genes?

Duration:00:53:29

Laura Tingle, Yanis Varoufakis and a look inside dogs brains

6/4/2018
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The latest from Canberra from Laura Tingle, Yanis Varoufakis on the Italian political chaos, and in an MRI breakthrough - how dogs brains are wired?

Duration:00:53:21

Public Broadcasting; Benjamin Netanyahu biography

5/31/2018
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What's the role of public broadcasters - and how is it affected by a changing media landscape? Netanyahu's story is Israel's story

Duration:00:53:27

Ian Dunt's UK, US press unions and algae's green revolution

5/30/2018
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Ian Dunt rounds up the latest news from Little Britain, US newsrooms vote to unionise and could algae save the world?

Duration:00:53:27

Bruce Shapiro's USA; the start up which fooled the world; Oscar Wilde's later years

5/29/2018
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This week in the United States of Trumplandia; How Elizabeth Holmes of Theranos conned politicians and investors to build a ten billion dollar company based on fraudulent technology.

Duration:00:53:21

Canberra capers and psychedelics under the spotlight

5/28/2018
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How committed are the coalition to corporate tax cuts and Michael Pollan looks asks whether psychedelics can change our world view?

Duration:00:53:21

Saudi women's driving debacle; Blackwater in China; Phillip Roth

5/24/2018
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When Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman came to power in Saudi Arabia there were great hopes for reform but the arrest of activists who campaigned for the right of women to drive has thrown doubt on the reality of change. After Erik prince failed to make his mercenary army succeed in Iraq and Afghanistan he's now turning to China as a new hunting ground. Phillip Roth's books took on America in all its contradictory glory.

Duration:00:53:22

Banking and Franchising - a dangerous mix; The transformation of a radical cleric; Swarm intelligence and insect infrastructure

5/23/2018
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Small business has been the focus of the Banking Royal Commission this week. Who is in the hot seat? Newsweek once branded Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr the most dangerous man in Iraq - now he's at the front of a reformist political movement. Social insects may inspire solutions for our rapidly urbanizing cities. Could ants, bees and slime moulds solve our infrastructure woes?

Duration:00:53:22

22nd May, 2018

5/22/2018
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'Sultan Erdogan' rallies the Turkish diaspora in Bosnia. Bruce Shapiro reports on US politics.

Duration:00:53:21

Canberra capers, Ireland's abortion vote, the Africans living in Guangzhou

5/21/2018
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Laura Tingle joins us for the latest from Canberra, as Ireland's vote on abortion gets closer, so is the result according to polls and the fascinating life of traders from all over Africa who are making a living in the city of Guangzhou in China.

Duration:00:53:21