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Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

ABC Radio

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Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

ABC Radio

35
Followers
1.2K
Plays
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LNL stories separated out for listening. From razor-sharp analysis of current events to the hottest debates in politics, science, philosophy and culture, Late Night Live puts you firmly in the big picture.

Latest Episodes

Judith and Zoe

A celebration of Zoe Caldwell and Judith Anderson two internationally acclaimed Australian actors.

19 MIN4 h ago
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Judith and Zoe

America, Russia and one hundred years of covert electoral interference

David Shimer documents the intense and ongoing competition between Washington and Moscow to sway voters and alter the politics of countries around the globe.

22 MIN4 h ago
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America, Russia and one hundred years of covert electoral interference

Ian Dunt's UK

Brexit is back with a new Government slogan and ad campaign. This time it's "The UK's new start: let's get going". Ian Dunt offers his assessment.

8 MIN4 h ago
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Ian Dunt's UK

The Lives of Houses

Is it possible to overlook the first home when it comes to writing about a person's life? Can a house reveal much about the inner life of its inhabitants? And why do we make pilgrimages to the homes of famous authors?

25 MIN1 d ago
Comments
The Lives of Houses

COVID-19 and the ethics of human challenge trials

The race is on for a vaccine, as global cases of COVID-19 top 13 million. What are the ethics around human challenge trials where participants are deliberately infected with the virus, in an effort to get to a vaccine faster?

15 MIN1 d ago
Comments
COVID-19 and the ethics of human challenge trials

Bruce Shapiro's America

President Trump pardons an old friend and will we see his taxes before the election in November?

8 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Bruce Shapiro's America

The forgotten story of Washington's anti-communist crusades

For decades, we've believed that developing countries like Indonesia and Brazil passed peacefully into the U.S.-led capitalist system. But the reality of Washington's final triumph in the Cold War was far more brutal than we realise.

21 MIN2 d ago
Comments
The forgotten story of Washington's anti-communist crusades

The Melbourne towers lockdown

Was the complete lockdown of nine public housing towers in Melbourne necessary to stop the spread of COVID-19?

18 MIN2 d ago
Comments
The Melbourne towers lockdown

Laura Tingle's world

As China asserts its power within Hong Kong, and the region struggles with the impact of COVID-19, does Australia need to start thinking about supporting our closest regional neighbours? And where is COVID-19 policy heading, back at home?

10 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Laura Tingle's world

The journalists who framed Ned Kelly's legend

How the descriptions of four eyewitness journalists, who were 'embedded' in the mission to capture Ned Kelly, would frame the subsequent retellings of the story.

20 MIN6 d ago
Comments
The journalists who framed Ned Kelly's legend

Latest Episodes

Judith and Zoe

A celebration of Zoe Caldwell and Judith Anderson two internationally acclaimed Australian actors.

19 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Judith and Zoe

America, Russia and one hundred years of covert electoral interference

David Shimer documents the intense and ongoing competition between Washington and Moscow to sway voters and alter the politics of countries around the globe.

22 MIN4 h ago
Comments
America, Russia and one hundred years of covert electoral interference

Ian Dunt's UK

Brexit is back with a new Government slogan and ad campaign. This time it's "The UK's new start: let's get going". Ian Dunt offers his assessment.

8 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Ian Dunt's UK

The Lives of Houses

Is it possible to overlook the first home when it comes to writing about a person's life? Can a house reveal much about the inner life of its inhabitants? And why do we make pilgrimages to the homes of famous authors?

25 MIN1 d ago
Comments
The Lives of Houses

COVID-19 and the ethics of human challenge trials

The race is on for a vaccine, as global cases of COVID-19 top 13 million. What are the ethics around human challenge trials where participants are deliberately infected with the virus, in an effort to get to a vaccine faster?

15 MIN1 d ago
Comments
COVID-19 and the ethics of human challenge trials

Bruce Shapiro's America

President Trump pardons an old friend and will we see his taxes before the election in November?

8 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Bruce Shapiro's America

The forgotten story of Washington's anti-communist crusades

For decades, we've believed that developing countries like Indonesia and Brazil passed peacefully into the U.S.-led capitalist system. But the reality of Washington's final triumph in the Cold War was far more brutal than we realise.

21 MIN2 d ago
Comments
The forgotten story of Washington's anti-communist crusades

The Melbourne towers lockdown

Was the complete lockdown of nine public housing towers in Melbourne necessary to stop the spread of COVID-19?

18 MIN2 d ago
Comments
The Melbourne towers lockdown

Laura Tingle's world

As China asserts its power within Hong Kong, and the region struggles with the impact of COVID-19, does Australia need to start thinking about supporting our closest regional neighbours? And where is COVID-19 policy heading, back at home?

10 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Laura Tingle's world

The journalists who framed Ned Kelly's legend

How the descriptions of four eyewitness journalists, who were 'embedded' in the mission to capture Ned Kelly, would frame the subsequent retellings of the story.

20 MIN6 d ago
Comments
The journalists who framed Ned Kelly's legend
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