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Latest Episodes

Nick Cater and Peter Kurti discuss abortion

The Reverend Peter Kurti explains to Nick Cater how the abortion debate has raised wider issues of choice, social duty and libertarianism.

36 MINAUG 23
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Nick Cater and Peter Kurti discuss abortion

Anastasia Lin on true Chinese culture

Anastasia Lin was born in China and grew up in Canada. When she became Miss World Canada in 2015, she seized the opportunity to shine a light on the oppression of human rights in China. She explains to Nick Cater that the brutal communist regime does not reflect the true beauty of Chinese culture. She is currently in Sydney as a guest of the Centre for Independent Studies.

42 MINAUG 17
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Anastasia Lin on true Chinese culture

David Kemp and Nick Cater on 'A Free Country'

The ingredients for a uniquely free society were all in place in Australia in 1860: universal education, free elections, a free press and separation of church and state were either established or being advocated. So how did Australians deal with this historic opportunity? Author David Kemp and Nick Cater discuss 'A Free Country (1860-1901)', Volume Two of Dr Kemp's history of Australian liberalism.

61 MINAUG 8
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David Kemp and Nick Cater on 'A Free Country'

Campbell Newman and Nick Cater on the state of Queensland

Campbell Newman and Nick Cater on the state of Queensland by Menzies Research Centre

44 MINJUN 17
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Campbell Newman and Nick Cater on the state of Queensland

Jonathan Haidt in conversation with Nick Cater

The author of best-seller The Righteous Mind on the "consensual hallucination" of modern morality, and the sacred conventions that are necessary to bind all groups, religious or not.

29 MINJUN 5
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Jonathan Haidt in conversation with Nick Cater

NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet on liberalism and fiscal responsibility

NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet in conversation with Nick Cater on Menzies-style liberalism, fiscal responsibility, the religious vote, media elitism, the black armband view of history, personal aspiration and the current fragility of civil debate.

32 MINMAY 27
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NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet on liberalism and fiscal responsibility

Tim Montgomerie and Nick Cater

British political activist, blogger, columnist and creator of the ConservativeHome website Tim Montgomerie talks to Nick Cater about the various challenges facing centre-right politicians in Australia and Britain.

58 MINMAY 3
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Tim Montgomerie and Nick Cater

Nick Cater and John Anderson

As society becomes less religious, far from becoming more rational, it is becoming less so, former deputy prime minister John Anderson tells Nick Cater. And the most popular remedy - morality decreed by big government - will not end well.

57 MINAPR 12
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Nick Cater and John Anderson

Forgotten People speeches - Freedom from Fear, part 2

"It is notorious that many electors believe that the function of their member of Parliament is to ascertain, if he can, what a majority of his electors desire, and then plump for it in Parliament. A more stupid and humiliating conception of the function of a member of Parliament can hardly be imagined."

10 MINMAR 25
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Forgotten People speeches - Freedom from Fear, part 2

Forgotten People Speeches - Freedom from Fear

Menzies' timeless warning against politicians who buy votes: "If the individual neglects politics - except as a means of obtaining some selfish end - then the people will at times of crisis be dumb and impotent, and despotic rulers will make war."

10 MINMAR 15
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Forgotten People Speeches - Freedom from Fear

Latest Episodes

Nick Cater and Peter Kurti discuss abortion

The Reverend Peter Kurti explains to Nick Cater how the abortion debate has raised wider issues of choice, social duty and libertarianism.

36 MINAUG 23
Comments
Nick Cater and Peter Kurti discuss abortion

Anastasia Lin on true Chinese culture

Anastasia Lin was born in China and grew up in Canada. When she became Miss World Canada in 2015, she seized the opportunity to shine a light on the oppression of human rights in China. She explains to Nick Cater that the brutal communist regime does not reflect the true beauty of Chinese culture. She is currently in Sydney as a guest of the Centre for Independent Studies.

42 MINAUG 17
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Anastasia Lin on true Chinese culture

David Kemp and Nick Cater on 'A Free Country'

The ingredients for a uniquely free society were all in place in Australia in 1860: universal education, free elections, a free press and separation of church and state were either established or being advocated. So how did Australians deal with this historic opportunity? Author David Kemp and Nick Cater discuss 'A Free Country (1860-1901)', Volume Two of Dr Kemp's history of Australian liberalism.

61 MINAUG 8
Comments
David Kemp and Nick Cater on 'A Free Country'

Campbell Newman and Nick Cater on the state of Queensland

Campbell Newman and Nick Cater on the state of Queensland by Menzies Research Centre

44 MINJUN 17
Comments
Campbell Newman and Nick Cater on the state of Queensland

Jonathan Haidt in conversation with Nick Cater

The author of best-seller The Righteous Mind on the "consensual hallucination" of modern morality, and the sacred conventions that are necessary to bind all groups, religious or not.

29 MINJUN 5
Comments
Jonathan Haidt in conversation with Nick Cater

NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet on liberalism and fiscal responsibility

NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet in conversation with Nick Cater on Menzies-style liberalism, fiscal responsibility, the religious vote, media elitism, the black armband view of history, personal aspiration and the current fragility of civil debate.

32 MINMAY 27
Comments
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet on liberalism and fiscal responsibility

Tim Montgomerie and Nick Cater

British political activist, blogger, columnist and creator of the ConservativeHome website Tim Montgomerie talks to Nick Cater about the various challenges facing centre-right politicians in Australia and Britain.

58 MINMAY 3
Comments
Tim Montgomerie and Nick Cater

Nick Cater and John Anderson

As society becomes less religious, far from becoming more rational, it is becoming less so, former deputy prime minister John Anderson tells Nick Cater. And the most popular remedy - morality decreed by big government - will not end well.

57 MINAPR 12
Comments
Nick Cater and John Anderson

Forgotten People speeches - Freedom from Fear, part 2

"It is notorious that many electors believe that the function of their member of Parliament is to ascertain, if he can, what a majority of his electors desire, and then plump for it in Parliament. A more stupid and humiliating conception of the function of a member of Parliament can hardly be imagined."

10 MINMAR 25
Comments
Forgotten People speeches - Freedom from Fear, part 2

Forgotten People Speeches - Freedom from Fear

Menzies' timeless warning against politicians who buy votes: "If the individual neglects politics - except as a means of obtaining some selfish end - then the people will at times of crisis be dumb and impotent, and despotic rulers will make war."

10 MINMAR 15
Comments
Forgotten People Speeches - Freedom from Fear