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Sep 20, 2018

Alex Edney-Browne, PhD Candidate in International Relations at the University of Melbourne, discussed with Amy military drones and their effects on the civilian populations they surveil and attack in war zones and beyond, as well as the effects on drone operators. Alex went to Afghanistan and the US to hear about it...


Sep 18, 2018

This week, Melissa Cranenburgh speaks to Stuart Kells about his new book, Shakespeare’s Library: Unlocking the Greatest Mystery in Literature, a new take on the endless mystery of who or even what was Shakespeare, taking us through both different conceptions of the man himself and the library that...


Sep 18, 2018

Alex Edney-Browne, PhD Candidate in International Relations at the University of Melbourne, discussed with Amy military drones and their effects on the civilian populations they surveil and attack in war zones and beyond, as well as the effects on drone operators. Alex went to Afghanistan and the US to hear about it...


Sep 17, 2018

This week Kulja and Dylan speak with Bernard Keane from Crikey about the hearing involving the the leak of information that revealed the Australian government bugging a Timor-Leste government office.

Finally, Peter Mares comes on the show to talk about his new book No Place Like Home: Repairing Australia's Housing Crisis.


Sep 16, 2018

Dr Shane and Dr Linden discuss bubble creation from soundwaves, a wearable ultrasound device and an experiment showing how climate change intensified Hurricane Florence.

First guest, Dr Simon Gross, Photonics Research Centre, Macquarie University tells us about his work in developing special techniques to make precision...