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Best Indonesia Current Affairs podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Indonesia Current Affairs podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Eliza Harvey is an Australian journalist who moved to Indonesia from Australia in 2015. Each week she phones her Mum -- ABC broadcaster Geraldine Doogue -- back home in Sydney. Both women are news junkies and mothers and avid Netflix fans. But Eliza is a Millennial and Geraldine's a baby boomer, which leads to a different take on life. Tune in for half an hour of laughs and conversation.
 
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Peter White, who was born without sight, takes a tour of Miami, navigating primarily with his ears. Peter joins a new blind friend, George, who takes him on a relaxed stroll around a well-heeled area on a sunny afternoon. Peter talks to Carlos, a homeless man trudging the streets each day looking for work. And, on the outskirts of Miami, Peter meet…
 
(Audio in Dinka) William Riak Kuol Aguto is a psychiatric Nurse at Melbourne Health, and we ask him about mental health as the Australian Association of Psychologists are calling for the expansion of medicare rebates to help Australian to access more mental health service. This is part one of the interview, and part two will soon be published.…
 
In September 2018, the border between Ethiopia and Eritrea was opened for the first time in 20 years. Physical travel between the two countries and even telephone communication had been next to impossible, separating families and devastating businesses in borderland towns such as Zalambessa in Ethiopia. The communities on either side have had the o…
 
BBC — In September 2018, the border between Ethiopia and Eritrea was opened for the first time in 20 years. Physical travel between the two countries and even telephone communication had been next to impossible, separating families and devastating businesses in borderland towns such as Zalambessa in Ethiopia. The communities on either side have had…
 
(Audio in Dinka) Many Australian are losing jobs, and life is getting harder for those who are on welfare. The Australian Government has assured those who are losing jobs that they will be supported. Those who are eligible will be able to receive some forms of payment from Centrelink, which is now known as Service Australia. This podcast will give …
 
(Audio in Dinka) As the nation grapples with a rising number of coronavirus cases and a nationwide shutdown, thousands of Australian workers are also grappling with another challenge - working from home. Whether it be finding the right place in the house to work, keeping kids occupied, or keeping yourself occupied, it can be hard to adapt to workin…
 
According to South Korea’s Ministry of Unification, there are more than 30,000 North Korean defectors living in the South. The lack of access to North Korea makes defectors one of the few windows to what life is like in the secretive regime. As a result, the defectors and their stories have become a hugely valuable commodity in South Korea’s popula…
 
BBC — According to South Korea’s Ministry of Unification, there are more than 30,000 North Korean defectors living in the South. The lack of access to North Korea makes defectors one of the few windows to what life is like in the secretive regime. As a result, the defectors and their stories have become a hugely valuable commodity in South Korea’s …
 
BBC — Saying no to dating is part of a growing ultraconservative social movement in Indonesia being spread through Instagram and WhatsApp. “When I look at couples, I see my old self, how I used to be affectionate in public, holding hands, hugging,” says 23-year-old Yati, “and now I think that’s disgusting.” When Yati broke up with her ex, she didn’…
 
Saying no to dating is part of a growing ultraconservative social movement in Indonesia being spread through Instagram and WhatsApp. “When I look at couples, I see my old self, how I used to be affectionate in public, holding hands, hugging,” says 23-year-old Yati, “and now I think that’s disgusting.” When Yati broke up with her ex, she didn’t just…
 
Saying no to dating is part of a growing ultraconservative social movement in Indonesia being spread through Instagram and WhatsApp. “When I look at couples, I see my old self, how I used to be affectionate in public, holding hands, hugging,” says 23-year-old Yati, “and now I think that’s disgusting.” When Yati broke up with her ex, she didn’t just…
 
Robin visits universities in Hong Kong, Oxford and Washington to establish how important free speech is to them and whether moves to block controversial speakers is compatible with what appears a fundamental freedom of expression in places where all ideas are encouraged and tested. Robin explores where the line is drawn regarding freedom of speech …
 
It is becoming clear now that some parts of Australia will face more restrictions. In Victoria, the schools were closed early, and the same could be replicated across Australia. As a parent, who will be seating at home with kids and your family, your need to have home-based activities to help manage yourself and kids. Hellen Berberi talks about wha…
 
(Audio in Dinka) NSW is one of the states with the most significant number of COVID-19 cases, and many steps are being taken by both the State and the Federal Government so that people can be protected. Augustina Akuar Dut echoed the same message in this podcast to all Dinka listeners to stay home and to observe Social Distancing.…
 
The manager of Liverpool Football Club, who lead them to victory in the Champions League. But Jurgen Klopp has not always been this successful. When he was a young footballer at Mainz 05 in Germany, his former team mate Guido Shafer says he 'had no talent'. So what can we learn from his childhood in Germany's Black Forest? How did he become the man…
 
He’s the DMC in the legendary Run-DMC, a titan of the music industry. The group became known as the movie stars of rap. Busta Rhymes said of them “They didn’t just change music, they changed everything.” Presenter Joe Pascal meets the Devastating Mic Controller himself - Darryl 'DMC' McDaniels. He grew up in Hollis Queens and was at the forefront o…
 
South Sudan is a country where the most significant population has no access to clean water, schools and roads. The formation of the South Sudanese Government of National Unity with five Vice Presidents, 34 Ministers, Deputies and over 500 members of the legislative assembly is seen by Dr Jok Madut as another hurdle to the development.…
 
(Audio in Dinka) From 9 pm AEDT Friday, 20 March 2020, only Australian citizens, residents and their direct family members will be allowed into the country. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison also reiterated that 'Australian citizens and permanent residents and those exempt from our entry restrictions will continue to be subject to a strict 1…
 
Ireland has booming investment and lots of new jobs. But Chris Bowlby discovers how a huge housing crisis is haunting the country’s young people in particular. Anger about poor housing, and fear of mass emigration by the young are issues with deep roots in Irish memory. And the housing crisis was a crucial factor in the recent Irish election which …
 
This week: we turn 100 and the world changes around us. Unfortunately Eliza is too busy for extensive shownotes this week. Perhaps that will be incorporated into next week's virtual learning program. But this week Eliza and Geraldine talk all things Corona, as the scale of this crisis begins to dawn on the world. Join the discussion at the Facebook…
 
Robin Lustig begins his journey in Washington DC where the first amendment is housed in the National Archive and serves as an almost sacred document. In this programme he asks how Courts around the world make decisions on Free speech. Can they find a line in the sand that shouldn’t be crossed? How do they decide what is, in the modern parlance, ‘ha…
 
(Audio in Dinka)This is the podcast for the full media statement this morning by the Prime Minister and the National Cabinet. The meeting of the 'National Cabinet has accepted the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) advice that non-essential indoor gatherings of greater than 100 people (including staff) will no longer be permit…
 
The coronavirus pandemic is likely to see more Australians become homeless as the number of people forced out of work continues to grow. The number of Australians who are homeless is estimated to be 116,000. Homelessness Australia fears that figure will rise as people lose their jobs because of the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandem…
 
(Audio in Dinka) After moving to a new country, there's a lot to organise and a lot of new things to learn. Even if you've been in Australia for years, you probably still encounter situations you don't totally understand. It's no surprise then that many new migrants decide to live close to their community to make things a bit easier. But is living …
 
Dr Akuot Acol De Dut is a medical doctor, and she currently lives in the State of Texas, USA. As the number of COVID-19 continues to rise in Australia and countries, people need to be informed. In this podcast, Dr Akuot explained in Dinka what every person should know and what he/she needs to do. If you are in Australia and needed to know more abou…
 
What motivated the demonstrators on the city’s streets – and their opponents? It all began as a peace movement to block a piece of legislation. Millions of people came out onto public spaces calling for greater democracy. Protests have ended in violence between protesters and the police. Thousands have been arrested. Laura Westbrook travels to her …
 
BBC — What motivated the demonstrators on the city’s streets – and their opponents? It all began as a peace movement to block a piece of legislation. Millions of people came out onto public spaces calling for greater democracy. Protests have ended in violence between protesters and the police. Thousands have been arrested. Laura Westbrook travels t…
 
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