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The Late Winter Series 2021 of the Edict kicks off with self-described "investigative humorist" Dan Ilic, producer of the award-winning podcast "A Rational Fear", and a man known for shows ranging from "Hungry Beast" to "At Home Alone Together" and much more. We talk about many things and indeed many people, including Ray Martin, Scott Morrison, Ro…
 
This is my fourth outing as guest co-host of Well May We Say, the Australian progressive politics podcast from Jeremy Sear-Pirko in Melbourne. This episode is titled "Anti-Vicsers" because... well I assume you've been following the COVID-19 news. We also solve Australia's housing affordability crisis with some of Jeremy's modest proposals, and wond…
 
We wrap up the Spring Series 2021 — finally — by solving most of the world's mysteries with journalist and all-round raconteur Andrew P Street. We talk about many things including UFOs, a poo-eating dog, public health education in the times of both COVID-19 and HIV/AIDS, the magic of Gummi Worm Day, bad housekeeping, and the physical impossibility …
 
Did you know that you can now buy gendered "wine cocktails"? Such fragile masculinity! Anyway, you need to know about my new crowdfunding campaign, and the bonus episode of The 8pm Quiz tomorrow night. Press play to hear about the "wine cocktail". Meanwhile, there's two things you have to do right now: 1. Click through to The 9pm Late Winter Series…
 
More than a year into Australia's COVID-19 pandemic response, Prime Minister Scott Morrison finally produces a plan that includes vaccinating people — with no targets and no deadlines. In this episode also hear about Labor’s bold and exciting plan, we hear some great advice from the NSW health minister, and we hear a few thoughts about critical rac…
 
You know him from ABC TV's 7.30. You know him from The Feed and The Roast and Pointless Australia and more. Yes, the autumn series continues with satirist Mark Humphries. On Friday morning we talked about Australia's coming decade of Scott Morrison as prime minister, magnets, Milo Yiannopoulos, Hyacinth Bucket, our wealth of political cartoonists, …
 
If you chat with a cartoonist when they're not on deadline, tangential conversations are inevitable. Welcome to this episode of the Edict with editorial cartoonist for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, Cathy Wilcox. On Friday afternoon we talked about luck, fairness, autumn, corduroy, how to annoy ants, swearing in French, allergies, being tri…
 
Australian author and reprobate John Birmingham joins me yet again for another conversation about everything from China to gonzo journalism, from Australia's federal budget to Irish scammers. We talk about JB's books and the end of the world, Israel, Palestine, Scott Morrison, Peter Dutton, gonzo journalism, endometriosis, fans, and Brisbane's Cafe…
 
The 9pm Autumn Series 2021 continues with this delightfully chaotic conversation with cartoonist and artist — yes it’s Tasmania's own Jon Kudelka. We talk about snakes and steaks, Peter Dutton's head, pokies and Percy the Currawong, Scott Morrison's handling of the COVD-19 border controls, Tasmania's state election, and many important personal life…
 
The 9pm Autumn Series 2021 continues with journalist Cameron Wilson, now an associate editor at Crikey investigating "the stories of the Australian internet: politics, culture, conspiracy and extremism, all that good stuff". We talk about one of our favourite politicians Craig Kelly, violent extremism, the darkweb, and even something remarkable abo…
 
The 9pm Autumn Series 2021 continues with blockchain and cryptocurrency realist David Gerard, author of "Attack of the 50 Foot Blockchain" and "Libra Shrugged: How Facebook Tried to Take Over the Money". We talk about Bitcoin, of course, as well as cryptocurrency and blockchain technology more generally, Facebook's plan to reinvent money, anarcho-c…
 
If you've been enjoying the Autumn Series of The 9pm Edict podcast, then why not support a few more episodes? Perhaps even a Public House Forum? Remember them? https://the9pmedict.com/moreautumn2021 Full podcast details and credits at: https://the9pmedict.com/edict/00130a/ Support this podcast at: https://the9pmedict.com/tip/ https://skank.com.au/s…
 
In a week when many of Australia's political journalists and commentators have once again proven themselves inadequate for the job, I revisit a proposal first made in February 2012. All the details are at: https://stilgherrian.com/edict/r00002/ Support this podcast at: https://the9pmedict.com/tip/ https://skank.com.au/subscribe/…
 
It's hard to believe that this podcast began in 2010. Welcome to a remix of the first recycled Edict -- a compilation of least-worst bits from the early episodes of The 9pm Edict first posted in March 2019. In this episode, there's some nostalgia about Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott, the digital economy, Peter Garrett, Sydney's Vivid Festival, NIMBY…
 
The 9pm Autumn Series 2021 continues with another plunge down the wombat warren of internet disinformation, this time with Elise Thomas from the Institute for Strategic Dialogue. We talk about disinformation campaigns including Russia's interference in the 2016 US elections, sure, but also campaigns by Turkey, Pakistan, between Armenia and Azerbaij…
 
The 9pm Autumn Series 2021 continues with philosopher, reprobate, and all-round cleverthinker Patrick Stokes. He's also half of The Fake McCoys. We talk about many things, including the joys of Denmark, Scott Morrison's week of disrespecting women, the colour of fleas, the Australian way of fear, Sydney-Melbourne rivalry during the Quarantimes, Cli…
 
00:01:20 A difficult subject to discuss - the people who are qualified to talk on it are traumatised 00:04:40 That's not what "the presumption of innocence" means 00:08:30 Who's responsible for fixing Australia's terrible defamation laws? A man who's using them to punish journalists 00:16:50 March 4 Justice much scarier than a gun protest 00:28:35 …
 
In this episode we travel to Newcastle to kick off The 9pm Autumn Series 2021 with special guest Carol Duncan — journalist, multimedia producer and Newcastle City Councillor. We talk about many, many things including her career in radio both commercial and at the ABC, being cool in your life, social media, family tragedies, cheap chocolate, mangrov…
 
Just days remain to pledge your support to The 9pm Autumn Series 2021. The same number of days remain until the start of The 8pm Quiz Series Two. And the magic number is four. Please consider pledging your support to the Pozible crowdfunding campaign for The 9pm Autumn Series 2021. You have until 9pm AEDT this Thursday 18 February 2021. https://the…
 
Let's kick off 2021 properly with a bunch of stuff including The 9pm Autumn Series 2021, more episodes of The 8pm Quiz, and perhaps even more podcasts. Yes it's all happening! I've just launched a Pozible crowdfunding campaign for The 9pm Autumn Series 2021. Hit the first target and you'll get five episodes of The 9pm Edict podcast with special gue…
 
The decision has been made! Yes, I'm doing a pilot series of a livestreamed pub-style quiz. The 8pm Quiz starts this Thursday 14 January 2021 at 8pm AEDT and runs for three weeks. It'll be streamed via my YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/c/stilgherrian/ Full details and credits at: https://the9pmedict.com/edict/quizpromo0/ Support this podc…
 
What a year! At the end of 2020 we can't even gather people in a pub to talk about how terrible it was. Well we can. But we shouldn't. So we didn't. We did this instead. In this ridiculously long episode of The 9pm Edict, I chat separately and remotely with four very special guests to consider what happened in 2020 and what it might mean for 2021. …
 
This isn't quite part of the End of Spring Series 2020, but here we are anyway with an unscheduled podcast just for you. In this episode we hear a prediction from 2016, and a theological theory about why Democrats are bad. But it's not all about America. There are also Christmas messages from some of Australia's favourite politicians, plus genuine …
 
Today’s guest in the End of Spring Series 2020 is Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell, a cultural anthropologist who's trying to create a whole new field of engineering. She's a geek. We talk about many, many things at very high speed including robots, American culture, artificial intelligence, conspiracies, wombat warrens, telegraphs, rugged in…
 
Today’s guest in the End of Spring Series 2020 is the wonderful Andrew P Street — author, columnist, journalist, voice-person, and renown mink-canceller. We talk about many things including the relative merits of two opposing rat-based scenarios, a "translucently pale man", sex parties in Brussels, the wrong kind of war crimes, Australia's relation…
 
Upulie Divisekera joins me once again for the third episode in the End of Spring Series 2020. She's a molecular biologist, nanotechnologist, science communicator, and dinosaur evangelist. We talk about many things including our first year with COVID-19, Christmas, The Crown, space toilets, chocolate, Elon Musk, gilded insects, gold nanorods and sur…
 
Cam Smith aka @sexenheimer on the Twitters has spent way, way too long down the rabbit-holes of the conspiracy theorists. He joins me for the second proper episode in The 9pm End of Spring Series 2020. Cam is astoundingly prolific. Apart from his Twitter feed being full of fascinating material like the stuff we discuss in this pod, he co-presents Y…
 
Australian author and reprobate John Birmingham joins me once again for the first sensible episode in The 9pm End of Spring Series 2020. We talk about the US presidential election (obviously), the echoes of history, drugs, optimism, Blue Lives Matter, solar power, fake news, the Queensland election, love and hate, disinformation, media balance, and…
 
We don't talk about the US election. We don't talk about the US election. We don't talk about the US election. Ok we do a bit. But it's mainly about how cooked centrism is and how infuriating it is when the Libs pretend to do a policy we all want (eg ICAC) but it isn't really. Also there was an election in Queensland.…
 
It's Halloween! In this special livestreamed episode there's, yes, bad sex and the Queensland election. There's also a sex trivia quiz. And drinking. Oh yes, there was certainly drinking. There's also a status report on the US election, kind of, and a little too much information about Donald Trump's penis. The recording is slightly shorter than fou…
 
That very special livestream "The 9pm Halloween Bad Sex State Election Live" is happening just two days from now -- but how do you listen? Read on. Or listen on. The easiest way is to go to https://the9pmedict.com/live. The livestream should play automatically as soon as it starts. That's at 8pm AEDT this Saturday 31 October. Halloween. I'll have a…
 
The End of Spring Series 2020 crowdfunding is going well. You'll get five episodes with special guests, and this Saturday it's "The 9pm Halloween Bad Sex State Election Live". Yes, live. In a special four-hour livestream you'll get bad sex stories, Queensland election updates, a Sex Trivia Quiz, and more. All while I'm drinking heavily. The livestr…
 
Brandon joins us to discuss the upcoming Queensland election and also how cruel people are being about a more southerly premier dating a bloke after she sacked him for corruption AS IF WE HAVEN'T ALL DONE THAT. Also we have more advice for Daniel Andrews? How much more presumptuous can a lefty political podcast get?…
 
The Spring Series 2020 of The 9pm Edict podcast went so well that I've decided to do an End of Spring Series 2020, but this time I'll need your help. Which is to say, your money. I've just launched a Pozible crowdfunding campaign. Hit the first target and you'll get five more podcasts with special guests. Hit the second target and you'll get a very…
 
In this fifth episode of the Spring Series 2020, I'm joined by Father Karl Sinclair, a priest in the Catholic Diocese of Bathurst. He's currently based at Orange in the Central West of NSW. We talk about many things including how COVID-19 has affected his parish, Miranda Devine, the latest Encyclical from Pope Francis, conspiracy theories, the Albi…
 
00:01:18 LNP's 2020 budget; flattening tax rates so rich pay less on deranged lie that will create "jobs"; job subsidy programs that just encourage businesses to sack one worker so they can hire a subsidised one; removing credit regulations to further inflate housing costs 00:26:36 Love Between The Paw Paw Trees - Trying to force poor young people …
 
In this fourth episode of the Spring Series 2020, I'm joined once more by Fiona Patten MLC, leader of the Reason Party in the Victorian Parliament. We talk about many things including the politicisation of the Quarantimes in Victoria, how to handle a tsunami of email, honey, her certificate of appreciation from the supposed Satanic Network Victoria…
 
Upulie Divisekera joins me for the third episode in the Spring Series 2020. She's a molecular biologist, nanotechnologist, science communicator, and dinosaur evangelist. We talk about many things including pterosaurs, the potential for life on Venus, Jupiter, why biology is better than physics, government messaging re the coronavirus, the causes of…
 
Space archaeologist Dr Space Junk aka Dr Alice Gorman joins me for the second episode in the Spring Series 2020. In this episode, I’m joined by Dr Space Junk, aka space archaeologist Dr Alice Gorman, to talk about many things including dodgy sci-fi movies, space dreams, why the Moon deserves respect and indeed deserves to be a person, why Venus is …
 
Australian author and reprobate John Birmingham joins me for the first in this podcast's Spring Series 2020. We talk about Cobra Kai, Elon Musk's high-energy cyberpig, QAnon and weaponised BS, pea and ham soup, the nature of democracy, baby fascists, the re-election of Donald Trump (obviously), and the collapse of civilisation generally. Full podca…
 
Unprecedented Recession Tony Abbott - let the old people die Jeff Kennett - Victorian premiers should not be authoritarian Victoria police - Incite This! Qld police - Trust Us (to cover for the bad cops) Australia Vs Humanity - Tudge's fudge re mobile phones in immigration detentionBy Jeremy Sear-Pirko, Nick Carr, Denise Sear-Pirko
 
I've decided that during spring there will be a special series of the Edict, with guests! Roughly one per week. Author and reprobate John Birmingham is first, with more to follow, but let me tell you how you can be part of it. Full podcast details at: https://stilgherrian.com/edict/00114a/ Support this podcast at: https://stilgherrian.com/tip/ http…
 
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