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Late Night Live - Full program podcast

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From razor-sharp analysis of current events to the hottest debates in politics, science, philosophy and culture, Late Night Live puts you firmly in the big picture.

From razor-sharp analysis of current events to the hottest debates in politics, science, philosophy and culture, Late Night Live puts you firmly in the big picture.

Location:

Sydney, NSW

Description:

From razor-sharp analysis of current events to the hottest debates in politics, science, philosophy and culture, Late Night Live puts you firmly in the big picture.

Twitter:

@LNLonRN

Language:

English

Contact:

Late Night Live GPO Box 9994 Sydney, NSW Australia 2001 02-8333 1379


Episodes

America, ethics and vaccines and the lives of houses

7/14/2020
Bruce Shapiro on the latest from Trumpland, human challenge trials, ethics and COVID-19 and the lives of houses

Duration:00:53:37

Laura Tingle's world; Melbourne towers lockdown; Washington's anti-communist crusades

7/13/2020
Laura Tingle asks whether Australia needs to look beyond China-U.S. relations and strengthen ties with our neighbours. We take a look inside Melbourne's locked down public housing towers. Journalist Vincent Bevin examines how U.S.-backed mass atrocities shaped the world we live in today.

Duration:00:53:37

David Frum's America; Truth and reconciliation in Seychelles; Ned Kelly's gonzo journalists

7/9/2020
Should school in the U.S. re-open at President Trump's insistence? An Australian lawyer fights for justice in Seychelles. How the legend of Ned Kelly was formed by a 'gonzo' gang of journalists.

Duration:00:54:07

Southeast Asia outlook, President Putin forever? An unexpected history of celebrity.

7/8/2020
Journalist Erin Cook surveys the events, people and politics this week in Southeast Asia. Oliver Bullough looks at the recent Russian referendum and the very real prospect of President Putin staying in power beyond 2030. Greg Jenner's an unexpected history of celebrity: from the bronze age to the silver screen.

Duration:00:53:37

America, Good news for regional newspapers? and dementia in US prisons

7/7/2020
Bruce Shapiro with the latest from the USA, some good news for regional newspapers and rising dementia in US prisons

Duration:00:53:37

Laura Tingle's Canberra; the life and work of Ken Inglis, Historian

7/6/2020
Laura Tingle reports on the Eden Monaro ByElection; and the life and work of one of Australia's most important historians, Ken Inglis.

Duration:00:53:37

Elections for Tokyo Governor; Why the humanities remain important; The world in 2030, according to Keynes

7/2/2020
Elections for Tokyo Governor; Why the humanities remain important; The world in 2030, according to John Maynard Keynes

Duration:00:53:37

How to help Australia's dairy farmers, Julian Assange's fight for freedom and the adventurous life of Nell Tritton.

7/1/2020
Former chair of Woolworths John Dahlsen explains how to assist struggling dairy farmers and why the price of milk needs to increase.. Author and journalist Andrew Fowler's update on jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Susanna De Vries biography of Nell Tritton: the Australian heiress who saved her husband from Stalin and the Nazis.

Duration:00:53:36

America and Landscapes

6/30/2020
Turmoil in the southern states of America and Lanscapes of the Heart

Duration:00:53:37

Laura Tingle's Canberra; Is Trump a fascist? Vale Owen Harries

6/29/2020
Laura Tingle's Canberra; Is Donald Trump a fascist? A tribute to the late Owen Harries

Duration:00:53:37

Daniel McCarthy's America, tear gas controversy and Iraq's looted antiquities

6/25/2020
Daniel McCarthy discusses how neocons are drifting back to the Democratic Party, we find out how tear gas evolved from the battlefield to become a method of policing civilian protests and Roger Matthews explains how archaeologists have come up with a novel way of stopping lockdown looting in Iraq.

Duration:00:53:36

Ian's Dunt's UK and Australia's environmental laws reviewed

6/24/2020
As the UK comes out of hibernation Ian Dunt surveys the political landscape. Hugh Possingham and Peter Burnett consider what's at stake when Australia's key piece of environmental legislation is reviewed?

Duration:00:53:38

The latest from America, the new despots and Scullin & Curtin's early years

6/23/2020
Bruce Shapiro on the President's bad week, John Keane on his book on the new despots and Liam Byrne on the early years of James Scullin and John Curtin

Duration:00:53:36

Laura Tingle's Canberra; Future of Hong Kong; Hijacking the debutante tradition

6/22/2020
Laura Tingle's Canberra; What does the future look like for Hong Kong? How the debutante ball became a symbol for Indigenous empowerment.

Duration:00:53:37

Maria Ressa; On Blackness; Feeding dictators

6/18/2020
Journalist Maria Ressa talks about her conviction for cyber libel and threats to democracy in the Philippines. Essayist Emily Bernard reflects on life as a black woman in a white world. And, we meet the personal chefs who cooked for five of the world’s most infamous despots.

Duration:00:53:37

Failures at The International Criminal Court, Papuan Lives Matter. A history of Porcelain in Europe.

6/17/2020
Douglas Guilfoyle assess the effectiveness of the International Criminal Court and argues that it's not living up to its mandate. Seven anti racism protesters from West Papua on trial for treason - Elvira Rumkabu and Jenny Munro review today's verdict. Suzanne Marchand discusses the economic and cultural history of porcelain in Europe.

Duration:00:53:36

News from America, underemployment and life in an iron lung

6/16/2020
A significant win in the Supreme Court in the USA, the risks of ongoing underemployment and a long life in an iron lung

Duration:00:53:37

Laura Tingle's Canberra; Zimbabwe's crackdown; Supporting Australian Stories on screen.

6/15/2020
Laura Tingle's Canberra, Zimbabwe's Government crackdown; and supporting Australian stories on our screens.

Duration:00:53:37

David Frum's America; Our Law documentary; The Age of Islands

6/11/2020
Political commentator David Frum on the ongoing protests in the United States and moves to defund police. A new documentary tells the story of Western Australia's unique, Indigenous-run, police station. While many islands around the world are disappearing, inundated by rising seas, new islands are springing up at an unprecedented rate.

Duration:00:53:36

Statues removed in Ian Dunt's UK. Indigenous deaths in custody. Collaboration from WW2 to the White House.

6/10/2020
Pressure mounts for the removal of the statues of once prominent British men who were associated with the slave trade. Why do levels of incarceration and deaths in custody for Indigenous Australians continue to rise? What do some Republicans in the Trump administration have in common with collaborators in World War 2 Europe?

Duration:00:53:37