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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

Pine Gap protests; Oxycontin in USA; German goes wobbly

11/22/2017
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Six Christian peace activists have been on trial in Alice Springs for illegally entering the Pine Gap facility last year.. How one family made billions marketing a highly addictive opioid to America.

Duration: 00:53:21


Bruce Shapiro on the state of the US; what's happening in Zimbabwe; a history of race and citizenship

11/21/2017
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Bruce Shapiro's weekly update on what's happening Stateside; next year Zimbabwe must have an election if it is to follow its constitution but will that actually happen? The race and citizenship saga is not new in Australia - in fact it has a long history.

Duration: 00:53:21


Canberra politics with David Crowe; Saudi Arabia and Iran's battle to control Middle East; Bad science and medical cannabis

11/20/2017
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A delayed parliament, a cold war with the business sector, the prospect of a revolt over a banking inquiry; the government is fighting battles on almost every front.

Duration: 00:53:21


The illicit trade in great apes, Ian Dunt's UK report, Bible Nation

11/16/2017
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A thriving illicit trade sees the babies of great apes stolen and sold across the world for pets and entertainment - Daniel Stiles is the self styled ape detective bent on rescuing them. Ian Dunt on the UK's new austerity, Theresa May's leadership under threat and the continuing Brexit mess. The Museum of the Bible is a high tech propaganda tool funded by a family bent on making the US a Bible republic.

Duration: 00:53:21


A coup in Zimbabwe; Washington capers; Language and War

11/15/2017
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A coup in Zimbabwe. Language, memory and war. Washington capers.

Duration: 00:53:21


Farewell Jacqui Lambie, China's influence in Australia and the fall of Rome.

11/14/2017
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The chaos in Canberra continues, how much influence does China have in Australia and what really caused the fall of the Roman Empire?

Duration: 00:53:21


Peter Carey; Life of Leonardo da Vinci

11/13/2017
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The two time Booker Prize winner Peter Carey sets his new novel in 1950s Australia in the era of Holden versus Ford, the six o'clock swill and the White Australia Policy. The genius of Leonardo da Vinci

Duration: 00:53:21


A Saudi coup d'état?: Where is ISIS now?: Birdmania

11/9/2017
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What’s behind the latest arrests in Saudi Arabia? Anti-corruption drive, a reformist coup by the Crown Prince ,or a prelude to war with Iran?: What did the fall of Raqqa mean for the future of ISIS?: A new book showcases an eclectic selection of bird devotees who would do anything for their feathered friends.

Duration: 00:53:22


Water and security in India; Go to sleep!; The Fed under Trump

11/8/2017
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The political, economic and environmental realities of India's water crisis. The health implications of exercise and a proper diet are well documented - but sleep, or rather the lack of it, has become a global health hazard. How new Fed Chair Jerome Powell will shape US monetary policy.

Duration: 00:53:21


You say you want a Revolution: the centenary of the 1917 communist revolution in Russia

11/7/2017
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Bruce Shapiro reports on the influence of the 1917 Russian revolution in US politics. The House of Government, a saga of the Russian revolution.

Duration: 00:53:21


Australian politics; Who knew what about Lee Harvey Oswald? History of Monopoly

11/6/2017
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Canberra Babylon Laura Tingle. The cold war spy - James Angleton. Monopoly misunderstood.

Duration: 00:53:21


Ian Dunt on UK politics; David Manne on the Manus Island debacle, the Dollar princesses

11/2/2017
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UK politics has been besieged by sexual harassment scandals - politicians fight back by calling it a 'witch hunt'. David Manne on the mess unfolding on Manus Island. In the nineteenth century, American heiresses set sail for England with sole goal of finding a titled man to marry.

Duration: 00:53:21


Black Lives Matter; Enemies and neighbours:100th anniversary of Balfour declaration

11/1/2017
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Black Lives Matter began as a hashtag and morphed into a global movement aimed at ending anti-black racism and state sanctioned violence. The political legacy of the Balfour declaration of 2nd November 1917.

Duration: 00:53:21


Indictments in Washington, the art of the Trump deal and Hitler's childhood

10/31/2017
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What do the charges laid by Special Counsel Robert F Mueller mean for President Trump, what can we learn about Donald Trump from the way he did business and what can we learn about Hitler from his childhood experiences.

Duration: 00:53:21


Laura Tingle on Canberra; Biography of Martin Luther

10/30/2017
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Laura Tingle Canberra capers. Martin Luther: renegade and prophet.

Duration: 00:53:21


Funeral for a King; The seeds of Buddhist violence in Myanmar; What is the Registered Organisation Commission?

10/26/2017
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Former Thai monarch King Bhumibol, is to be cremated today following a five day funeral. His son, Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn, or King Rama X, has already usurped power behind the scenes, and it does not bode well for democracy in Thailand;

Duration: 00:53:21


Robert Mugabe's twilight years; Czech election surprises; Philippines update

10/25/2017
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Robert Mugabe's twilight years . Billionaires, pirates and the far right: all winners in the Czech election The siege in Marawi is over leaving over 1000 dead and 100,000s homeless. The next challenge for Duterte will be rebuilding the city.

Duration: 00:53:21


Bruce Shapiro on the state of the Union. The Cambodian opposition is 'dissolved'. Charles Massy on agricultural revolution

10/24/2017
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Bruce Shapiro surveys the week in Trumpland. Hun Sen, the long time leader of Cambodia, announced that the opposition party would now be dissolved, throwing the remaining shreds of democracy in that country out of the window. In dealing with climate change, Charles Massy says we need to rethink farming techniques and that we should stop thinking of the land as a hostile force to be tamed.

Duration: 00:53:21


Canberra Capers, How effective is America's Missile Defence? Catalonia crisis with John Carlin

10/23/2017
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Canberra Babylon with Laura Tingle. American Missile Defence. Catalan crisis.

Duration: 00:53:21


Ian Dunt's UK update, Kirkuk's role in Iraq, the history of Indian observatories

10/19/2017
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As stances harden in the UK, Brexit's narrative is now one of betrayal. In Iraq the relationship between Kurds and Arabs is symbolised by the stalemate over Kirkuk and its oil fields. India's Jantar Mantars - observatories - were as much a source of political power as they were scientific know-how.

Duration: 00:53:21

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