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Location:

South Melbourne, Australia

Description:

World View is a meeting place for the diverse perspectives and issues in Australian society to be explored, debated, considered and understood by its many peoples.

Language:

English

Contact:

SBS Radio Sydney Locked Bag 028 Crows Nest NSW 1585 Australia 02) 9430 2828


Episodes

SBS World News Radio August 18

8/17/2017
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At least 13 people dead after van and car attacks in two Spanish cities; One Nation leader Pauline Hanson defends entering parliament dressed in a burqa; A look ahead at the weekend in sport; ()

Duration: 00:30:45


Spain attacks renew concerns over vehicle strikes in Australia

8/17/2017
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SBS World News Radio: Events in Barcelona mark the seventh time a vehicle has been used as a weapon in Europe, in a little over a year, and have renewed concerns that a similar attack may occur in Australia. ()

Duration: 00:04:25


Unrepentant Hanson wears widespread criticism over burqa move

8/17/2017
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SBS World News Radio: One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has defended entering parliament dressed in a burqa, saying it was about national security. ()

Duration: 00:03:20


Chaos in Las Ramblas: suspected terror attack in Barcelona

8/17/2017
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SBS World News Radio: A suspected terrorist attack in Barcelona has been quickly and unequivocally condemned around the world. ()

Duration: 00:04:56


Weekend sport preview

8/17/2017
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SBS World News Radio: The Bledisloe Cup rugby clash between Australia and New Zealand is the main focal point in Australian sport this weekend, while there's all the National Rugby League and AFL action, plus much more. ()

Duration: 00:03:04


Research suggests more diversity, less Islamophobia

8/16/2017
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SBS World News Radio: Get to know your Muslim neighbours. That is the advice from university researchers looking into the presence of Islamophobia in Australia's diverse communities. ()

Duration: 00:02:53


Government moves on proposed new Medicare levy

8/16/2017
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SBS World News Radio: The Federal Government has introduced legislation which would increase the Medicare levy to fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme Labor introduced five years ago. ()

Duration: 00:03:15


Venezuelan crisis hits families, workers headed for Australia

8/16/2017
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SBS World News Radio: The ongoing political and economic unrest in Venezuela is impacting its citizens travelling abroad, including to Australia. ()

Duration: 00:03:21


Brandis in scathing criticism after Hanson wears burqa in Senate

8/16/2017
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SBS World News Radio: One Nation senator Pauline Hanson has been sharply criticised for wearing a burqa to the Senate during Question Time today. ()

Duration: 00:03:54


SBS World News Radio Aug 17

8/16/2017
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Pauline Hanson enters the Senate wearing a burqa; The ongoing political and economic unrest in Venezuela impacting its citizens travelling abroad; The fallout continues from Donald Trump's comments about last weekend's violence in the US; ()

Duration: 00:30:56


Long-term study suggests hope for peanut allergies

8/16/2017
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SBS World News Radio: Australian scientists are hoping a strain of probiotics will be the key to finding a cure for potentially fatal peanut allergies. They have been trialling a treatment that has shown promising long-term results. ()

Duration: 00:02:40


Retired US judge delivers verdict on Australia's 'postal plebiscite'

8/16/2017
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SBS World News Radio: Fourteen years after delivering an historic judgement in the United States in favour of same-sex marriage, retired judge Margaret Marshall has delivered her verdict on Australia's postal plebiscite. ()

Duration: 00:03:22


Trump tweets praise for North Korea's decision to 'watch and wait'

8/16/2017
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SBS World News Radio: US President Donald Trump has praised North Korea's leader for backing away from plans to fire missiles toward the US Pacific territory of Guam. ()

Duration: 00:02:56


Bush presidents add their voices to mounting anti-racism chorus

8/16/2017
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SBS World News Radio: Former US presidents George Bush Senior and George W Bush have issued a tough joint statement condemning racial bigotry and anti-Semitism, in a veiled attack on President Donald Trump. ()

Duration: 00:03:52


Analysts suggest Trump showed his real self this time

8/15/2017
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SBS World News Radio: Political analysts in Australia say United States president Donald Trump appears to have revealed his true feelings in again blaming both sides for the violence in Charlottesville. ()

Duration: 00:04:25


Turnbull, Shorten condemn council over Australia Day change

8/15/2017
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SBS World News Radio: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has led the condemnation of a Melbourne council that voted to drop references to Australia Day and cancel citizenship ceremonies on January the 26th. ()

Duration: 00:03:14


After just four years of basketball, refugee eyes NBL

8/15/2017
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SBS World News Radio: Deng Acouth only started playing basketball four years ago. Now, he is on the cusp of representing the Sydney Kings in Australia's National Basketball League. ()

Duration: 00:02:23


Dispute over Joyce citizenship, New Zealand role deepens

8/15/2017
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SBS World News Radio: The Federal Government has stepped up its accusations of collusion between the Australian Labor Party and its New Zealand counterpart over the Barnaby Joyce controversy. ()

Duration: 00:03:32


SBS World News Radio Aug 16

8/15/2017
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The row stemming from Barnaby Joyce's citizenship goes on; The US President criticises anti-nationalist protesters, labelling them the "alt-left"; We meet a rising basketball star Deng Acouth; ()

Duration: 00:30:56


Doctors pushing again for free flu shots for all

8/15/2017
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Doctors are making a renewed push for influenza shots to be free of charge for all Australians. It comes as statistics show the 2017 flu season on track to be the biggest on record. ()

Duration: 00:03:12

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