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Nov 14, 2018

Ed Hill, Campaigner at the Goongerah Environment Centre (GECO) in East Gippsland joined Amy in the studio to discuss the old growth native forest logging still occurring in Victoria, the threats to endangered species, and the policy positions of the major state parties on logging, the creation of new national parks, and...


Nov 14, 2018

Emma Shortis, PhD Candidate in history at The University of Melbourne, came in to talk about the US mid-term election results that saw a record number of women elected. Amy and Emma also talked US foreign policy and recent international diplomacy issues. Ed Hill, Campaigner at the Goongerah Environment Centre (GECO) in...


Nov 8, 2018

Feminist and writer Dr Anne Summers joined presenter Amy Mullins to talk about her adventurous life and prolific career, which is detailed in her new memoir Unfettered and Alive. They spoke about the women's liberation movement, politics, and the unfinished business of feminism


Nov 8, 2018

Feminist and writer Dr Anne Summers joined presenter Amy Mullins to talk about her adventurous life and prolific career, which is detailed in her new memoir Unfettered and Alive. They spoke about the women's liberation movement, politics, and the unfinished business of feminism; Dr Jo Birch, Curator of the University of...


Oct 29, 2018

Amy spoke with University of Würzburg Professor Emeritus Jürgen Tautz on his book The Honey Factory: Inside the Ingenious World of Bees. Melbourne University History Professor and Australian Academy of the Humanities President Joy Damousi talked about the federal government’s vetoing of 11 ARC humanities research...