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Best ABC Radio Nationals podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best ABC Radio Nationals podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Making sense of a changing world, Extra with Geraldine Doogue explores the risks and possibilities of big shifts in power, puts events with our neighbourhood and overseas into context and explains how this affects Australia’s place within our wider world.
 
Each year since 1959, the ABC has sparked conversation about critical ideas with the Boyer Lectures. The 2019 Boyer Lecturer is Rachel Perkins. Her lectures, titled The End of Silence, will echo the Uluru Statement from the Heart's call for a First Nations Voice to parliament and a process of agreement-making and truth-telling between governments and Indigenous peoples, to enable a deeper understanding of this nation's shared past and a path towards reconciliation.
 
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This month on A Foreign Affair, Ireland's two-party system was smashed when left-wing, nationalist party Sinn Féin experienced a shock election surge. Oman has a new ruler, but can he maintain the country's status as the 'Switzerland' of the Middle East? And the Philippines has moved to weaken its alliance with the United States.…
 
Norway, Iceland and Germany have cracked the code in terms some of the world's biggest work problems, so what can we learn from them?Policy adviser Andrew Wear travelled the globe meeting local experts to try to understand what has worked - from reducing gender inequality and raising living standards to keeping manufacturing alive, each country had…
 
Last week as President Donald Trump was visit to India - the national capital New Delhi erupting in communal violence. It’s a critical time in Indian politics – as the country debates notions of citizenship and the Modi Government’s commitment to the idea of secularism.India was established as a religiously neutral state in 1947 - all religions wer…
 
The Morrison Government claims Australia will meet its emissions targets "in a canter".It points to Australia's status as the world's largest LNG exporter to show how the nation's carbon footprint is getting smaller.But Background Briefing has seen bombshell emails by government advisors that reveal a very different picture.Jane Bardon investigates…
 
Politics and sex scandals are not a good mix. Many politicians have stumbled and fallen over a secret affair. But when are these scandals of public interest - and when is reporting them just gossip?And (about 30 minutes into the program): Romance novels can change the world – maybe even better than other literature because due to a shorter publishi…
 
We live in a democracy in which we all have a chance to vote.But does voting mean that the views of the majority are truly represented when it can be shown - mathematically - that all voting systems have flaws? Maths proves that elections can never be truly fair and how easy it is for someone to win who no one really liked and who no one wanted to …
 
Communal riots take over the streets of New Delhi. And, Bernie Sanders is trying to become the first socialist to win the Democratic nomination for president. How important is his religious identity? Also, the civil war in Yemen may have faded from the headlines but the religious and tribal conflicts simmer.…
 
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