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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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Episodes

Germany at the polls, the marijuana wars in Griffith

9/21/2017
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Most observers say Angela Merkel is a shoo in at the polls but the cross currents sweeping through Europe means she may have to share the stage with some unlikely partners. Anti-drugs campaigner Donald McKay's murder shocked Australia - now, a new book looks back at what really happened in Griffith - and how McKay's death spurred others to fight against the powerful criminal forces.

Duration: 00:53:23


Reaction to President Trump's UN Speech; KPMG scandal in South Africa; Tanzania's Barabaig people

9/20/2017
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US President Donald Trump has threatened to destroy North Korea in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly. KPMG admits its South African business ignored warning signs about its relationship with the Gupta family companies. The fate of the proud and independent Barabaig people of Tanzania was sealed years ago, thanks to a venture by a Canadian aid funded wheat scheme which took their land.

Duration: 00:53:21


Voice of America, New Zealand elections and the writer behind the Carole King musical.

9/19/2017
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Bruce Shapiro joins us for the latest from Washington while in New Zealand we will find out just how real 'Jacindamania' is and then we meet the writer behind Beautiful: The Carol King Musical.

Duration: 00:53:21


David Lipson on Canberra capers; Is Macron failing? Mata Hari unveiled

9/18/2017
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Canberran political capers. Is Macron failing? Mata Hari unveiled.

Duration: 00:53:21


A hard Brexit? Democracy's dilemma in the Trump era; the London Zoo

9/14/2017
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A hard Brexit? Democracy's dilemma. The London Zoo.

Duration: 00:53:22


Richard Ackland on the law and media; The President and the Bomb; Not the News with Rob Wjinberg

9/13/2017
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Richard Ackland's law and order. The President and the Bomb. Not the News.

Duration: 00:53:21


Bruce Shapiro; Truth in the age of Trump; Lost Warriors

9/12/2017
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Bruce Shapiro's report on US politics. Ongoing attacks on the idea of facts, truth and news have an effect that goes to the heart of democracy. Lost Warriors: A forgotten guerilla war against the Japanese Occupation of Burma in WW2.

Duration: 00:53:21


Margot Kingston, virtual currency and George Gittoes and Hellen Rose

9/11/2017
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Margot Kingston joins Phillip to dissect energy policy, what is the impact of cryptocurrency on the real economy and George Gittoes and Hellen Rose discuss their latest projects.

Duration: 00:53:21


Military bases; Yemen update; The Exile: the flight of Osama bin Laden

9/7/2017
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US Bases: here, there and everywhere. Yemen update. The Exile: Osama Bin Laden's life on the run. Shooting the past: All hands on deck.

Duration: 01:19:24


The DACA dreamers; Rohingya update; Helen Razer's Marxism for beginners

9/6/2017
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Scrapping DACA, what it means for the Dreamers. Why the Rohingya people are fleeing to Bangladesh from Myanmar.

Duration: 00:53:22


Bruce Shapiro's USA, is Telstra in trouble? Sebastian Strangio on Cambodian politics and media

9/5/2017
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Bruce Shapiro updates us on the state of the union. Telstra's having a bad year - its price has dropped, its rivers of revenue have dried up - is it time for a break up? The closure of Cambodia's beloved daily paper is emblematic of the state of its media but the country needs independent observers more than ever.

Duration: 00:53:21


Canberra capers, Guam and North Korea and the original Mr Parkinson

9/4/2017
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Laura Tingle reports from Canberra on the latest from Parliament House, what is life like on Guam at the moment, testing bombs and patience in North Korea and find out the real story behind the man who first identified the disease named after him - Parkinson's.

Duration: 00:53:22


31st August,2017

8/31/2017
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Did Britain modernise or de-industrialise India? The Amazon economy.

Duration: 00:53:21


Richard Ackland's media and law; East Timor and Australia; Jim Davidson's memoirs

8/30/2017
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How Rupert Murdoch and sons lost Channel Ten to CBS. Australia's secret history in the Timor Sea. Author and historian Jim Davidson grew up with a father who tried to cut him out of the family story. His new memoir is an attempt to write himself and his mother back in.

Duration: 00:51:16


Bruce Shapiro's US of A; Innovation in higher education; The Great Strike - listener's questions

8/29/2017
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Bruce Shapiro looks at the state of the Union. Are universities becoming engines for industry - and is that a bad thing? The Great Strike of 1917 was unprecedented in Australia - following RN's special broadcast we hear from listeners.

Duration: 00:53:21


Canberra politics; History of the Radical Right; US to Canada refugees

8/28/2017
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Canberra politics with Sean Kelly of the Monthly. James McGill Buchanan was a distinguished Nobel prize winning economist. Was he part of a right wing conspiracy to hobble democracy? The recent movement of Haitian refugees from the United States to Canada.

Duration: 00:53:21


Women of the alt-right; Glenn Greenwald's advice for journalists; Saudi women's rights

8/24/2017
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What drives women to the alt-right? Is it race or a different version of femininity. Glenn Greenwald's advice for journalists: be adversarial, be independent and don't expect to be liked. Advancing Saudi women's rights

Duration: 00:53:21


August 23, 2017

8/23/2017
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Ten years after the GFC, the history of the Pilbara and wars between workers and big business, the problems of unregulated tourism across the globe.

Duration: 00:53:21


The latest from Washington including the Afghanistan announcement and life in Japan under the current nuclear threat.

8/22/2017
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The latest from the land of the eclipse, what the announcement on Afghanistan will mean on the ground and what has been happening in Japanese politics while our eyes have been on North Korea.

Duration: 00:53:21


Laura Tingle's Canberra capers; the long weird story of air conditioning; Steve Bannon's sudden exit

8/21/2017
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Laura Tingle looks back at a week of low farce and High Court shenanigans. Who would have thought the humble air conditioner could be the focus of so much debate...about morality. With Steve Bannon gone, whose agenda now directs the White House?

Duration: 00:53:21

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