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Podcast about anything you need to know about Indonesia! Hosted by Erin Cook and Hayat Indriyatno. Indonesia, dll. is a production of Gentle Media.

Latest Episodes

Death of a President... and Good Legacy

Hayat and Erin kick off the episode with the sad news of the passing of former president BJ Habibie. While he served for less than two years as Indonesia’s third president, his legacy is far larger. But is it being forgotten already? Habibie championed a free press and gender equality in a post-Suharto Indonesia, two areas seemingly under attack by legal revisions set to pass the House next week. Some President Joko Widodo stans are moving early though, taking on Tempo. Elsewhere, haze is blanketing much of Western Indonesia and the region, but #sawitbaik, right?

32 MIN3 weeks ago
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Death of a President... and Good Legacy

Let's Ride

And we’re back with season two! With the world’s biggest one-day elections behind us, Indonesia dan Lain-Lain is ready for another season of going deep into Indonesia’s most pressing policy debates, breaking news and conversations with fascinating guests. Today we kick off with haze, the so-called national car project and, of course, the moving of the capital from Jakarta to Kalimantan. And just a quick note, with a CV as illustrious as President Jokowi’s it’s easy to get it mixed up. At one point we say he was the governor of Solo, which of course does not exist and he was famously the mayor. Apologies for any confusion.

23 MINSEP 12
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Let's Ride

Of Dogs and Rhinos

EThis week Hayat and Erin kick off with another PR bummer for palm oil — does it fund terrorism? The police allege it does after nabbing the head of terror group Jemaah Islamiyah. Keeping with an environmental theme they look at the struggle to find new homes for the dwindling Sumatran and Javan rhinos as well as Jakarta’s rancid air quality. Emerging blasphemy cases, reclamation developments and a shoddy band-aid fix for flight ticket prices, can Indonesia catch a break this week!

24 MINJUL 4
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Of Dogs and Rhinos

Sorry for the Wait

ELebaran is over for another year and we’re back in the studio! While the country waits for the Constitutional Court to make its final decision in the presidential election challenge, Hayat explains why Ma’ruf Amin’s road to the vice-presidency could be in trouble. Elsewhere, a series of big earthquakes shakes Eastern Indonesia, a frightening fire in a Sumatran home factory reveals shocking flaws in the labour system and who wants to fly to Bandung?

22 MINJUN 26
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Sorry for the Wait

The Key is Impunity

In the last episode before the Lebaran break, Erin is joined in the studio again with Gentle Media and Asumsi’s Lisa Siregar. This week they host a very special guest, Human Rights Watch’s Indonesia researcher Andreas Harsono. Pak Andreas has spent years studying and monitoring Indonesia’s human rights situation and has just published his book Race, Islam and Power looking at political violence in post-Suharto Indonesia. He breaks down what happened last week and how the riots fit into Indonesia’s long history of violence.

27 MINMAY 28
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The Key is Impunity

Back to Square One

EStraight into it this week with a dramatic end to the pesta demokrasi. Hayat and Erin are joined by podcast producer and fellow journalist Lisa Siregar to take a look at the protests following the formal announcement of President Jokowi’s successful re-election. Lisa shares what she saw down on the frontlines while reporting for Asumsi and what it tells us about where Indonesia’s politics could be heading.

35 MINMAY 25
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Back to Square One

Dox Populi

A high-profile case of Twitter vigilantism leaves Hayat and guest host Basten wondering about the state of Indonesia's data privacy protections. Plus: the curious case of the crowd-funded post-grad.

31 MINMAY 17
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Dox Populi

A Slippery Slope

How do you police someone's "words, actions and thoughts"? That's a plan being floated by the chief security minister, Wiranto, on the pretext of "national security." Hayat and guest host Basten discuss what this means for Indonesia's hard-won freedoms of expression and thought, and ruminate about how Ben Franklin's immortal words -- that a society that trades its liberties for security deserves neither -- ring true today.

29 MINMAY 8
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A Slippery Slope

Finding a Safe Space

ELess politics and more pressing issues this week as Hayat and guest host Basten talk about the recent Women's March, the stalled anti-sexual harassment bill, and rising hostility from top government officials toward the LGBT community in Indonesia.

29 MINAPR 30
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Finding a Safe Space

No Easy Fix

This week, Erin and Hayat are joined by Basten Gokkon, an old friend who just so happens to be one of the country’s best environmental journalists. The gang talks Sexy Killers, a new documentary exploring the connections between the political elite and the coal industry in Kalimantan. They also touch on the latest developments in the race including where in the world Sandiaga Uno went (and where he’ll go next). And a point of clarification: Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi issued a few tweets on the Sri Lanka attack, Hayat discusses those posted Sunday.

34 MINAPR 24
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No Easy Fix

Latest Episodes

Death of a President... and Good Legacy

Hayat and Erin kick off the episode with the sad news of the passing of former president BJ Habibie. While he served for less than two years as Indonesia’s third president, his legacy is far larger. But is it being forgotten already? Habibie championed a free press and gender equality in a post-Suharto Indonesia, two areas seemingly under attack by legal revisions set to pass the House next week. Some President Joko Widodo stans are moving early though, taking on Tempo. Elsewhere, haze is blanketing much of Western Indonesia and the region, but #sawitbaik, right?

32 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Death of a President... and Good Legacy

Let's Ride

And we’re back with season two! With the world’s biggest one-day elections behind us, Indonesia dan Lain-Lain is ready for another season of going deep into Indonesia’s most pressing policy debates, breaking news and conversations with fascinating guests. Today we kick off with haze, the so-called national car project and, of course, the moving of the capital from Jakarta to Kalimantan. And just a quick note, with a CV as illustrious as President Jokowi’s it’s easy to get it mixed up. At one point we say he was the governor of Solo, which of course does not exist and he was famously the mayor. Apologies for any confusion.

23 MINSEP 12
Comments
Let's Ride

Of Dogs and Rhinos

EThis week Hayat and Erin kick off with another PR bummer for palm oil — does it fund terrorism? The police allege it does after nabbing the head of terror group Jemaah Islamiyah. Keeping with an environmental theme they look at the struggle to find new homes for the dwindling Sumatran and Javan rhinos as well as Jakarta’s rancid air quality. Emerging blasphemy cases, reclamation developments and a shoddy band-aid fix for flight ticket prices, can Indonesia catch a break this week!

24 MINJUL 4
Comments
Of Dogs and Rhinos

Sorry for the Wait

ELebaran is over for another year and we’re back in the studio! While the country waits for the Constitutional Court to make its final decision in the presidential election challenge, Hayat explains why Ma’ruf Amin’s road to the vice-presidency could be in trouble. Elsewhere, a series of big earthquakes shakes Eastern Indonesia, a frightening fire in a Sumatran home factory reveals shocking flaws in the labour system and who wants to fly to Bandung?

22 MINJUN 26
Comments
Sorry for the Wait

The Key is Impunity

In the last episode before the Lebaran break, Erin is joined in the studio again with Gentle Media and Asumsi’s Lisa Siregar. This week they host a very special guest, Human Rights Watch’s Indonesia researcher Andreas Harsono. Pak Andreas has spent years studying and monitoring Indonesia’s human rights situation and has just published his book Race, Islam and Power looking at political violence in post-Suharto Indonesia. He breaks down what happened last week and how the riots fit into Indonesia’s long history of violence.

27 MINMAY 28
Comments
The Key is Impunity

Back to Square One

EStraight into it this week with a dramatic end to the pesta demokrasi. Hayat and Erin are joined by podcast producer and fellow journalist Lisa Siregar to take a look at the protests following the formal announcement of President Jokowi’s successful re-election. Lisa shares what she saw down on the frontlines while reporting for Asumsi and what it tells us about where Indonesia’s politics could be heading.

35 MINMAY 25
Comments
Back to Square One

Dox Populi

A high-profile case of Twitter vigilantism leaves Hayat and guest host Basten wondering about the state of Indonesia's data privacy protections. Plus: the curious case of the crowd-funded post-grad.

31 MINMAY 17
Comments
Dox Populi

A Slippery Slope

How do you police someone's "words, actions and thoughts"? That's a plan being floated by the chief security minister, Wiranto, on the pretext of "national security." Hayat and guest host Basten discuss what this means for Indonesia's hard-won freedoms of expression and thought, and ruminate about how Ben Franklin's immortal words -- that a society that trades its liberties for security deserves neither -- ring true today.

29 MINMAY 8
Comments
A Slippery Slope

Finding a Safe Space

ELess politics and more pressing issues this week as Hayat and guest host Basten talk about the recent Women's March, the stalled anti-sexual harassment bill, and rising hostility from top government officials toward the LGBT community in Indonesia.

29 MINAPR 30
Comments
Finding a Safe Space

No Easy Fix

This week, Erin and Hayat are joined by Basten Gokkon, an old friend who just so happens to be one of the country’s best environmental journalists. The gang talks Sexy Killers, a new documentary exploring the connections between the political elite and the coal industry in Kalimantan. They also touch on the latest developments in the race including where in the world Sandiaga Uno went (and where he’ll go next). And a point of clarification: Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi issued a few tweets on the Sri Lanka attack, Hayat discusses those posted Sunday.

34 MINAPR 24
Comments
No Easy Fix