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Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

ABC Radio

38
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1.7K
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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

Indigenous storytellers on stage and screen: taking control of the narrative

Over the past twenty years Indigenous story tellers have been increasingly telling their own stories, whether it has been on the big screen, television or on stage. The last twenty years has seen the development of professionals that are able to pass on expertise between multiple generations. The representation of Indigenous Australians on our stages and screens has become more diverse, more frequent and more humourous. Look out for more in 2021!

27 min3 d ago
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Indigenous storytellers on stage and screen: taking control of the narrative

Tim Flannery on solving the climate emergency

The latest State of the Climate Report has confirmed our worst fears: the climate crisis has arrived here in Australia, and we're running out of time to act. Does Australia's response to the COVID-19 pandemic hold important lessons for dealing with this existential threat?

23 min3 d ago
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Tim Flannery on solving the climate emergency

The life and death of Japan's greatest author, Mishima Yukio

As the greatest Japanese author and stylist of the 20th century, Mishima Yukio's early schooling in the glories of militarism saw him reject the materialism and consumerism of post WW2 Japan. But what led him to commit harakiri or seppuku, 50 years ago today?

16 min4 d ago
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The life and death of Japan's greatest author, Mishima Yukio

Indigenous economic empowerment

An all indigenous panel reflects on the last two decades of entrepreneurship and discuss some of the achievements and challenges for Indigenous businesses.

24 min4 d ago
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Indigenous economic empowerment

Ian Dunt's UK

Ian Dunt reviews the past fortnight in UK politics including; Downing Street post Dominic Cummings, PM Boris Johnston's reset, Priti Patel keeps her job after bullying report released, and why Jeremy Corbyn is on the outer.

8 min4 d ago
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Ian Dunt's UK

Indigenous incarceration since the turn of the century

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians are vastly over-represented in the prison population and despite numerous inquiries and hundreds of recommendations over the past two decades, we've failed to reduce these disproportionate incarceration rates. Why has our criminal justice system failed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians so badly, and could 2020 be the year that we start to shift the dial?

32 min5 d ago
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Indigenous incarceration since the turn of the century

Bruce Shapiro's America

As the USA heads into Thanksgiving, the country remains under siege from COVID-19, which means that celebrating with family could be putting them at risk. Meanwhile, President Trump finally seems to be accepting the reality of his election loss as he permits the official transition of government to Joe Biden's administration to begin.

16 min5 d ago
Comments
Bruce Shapiro's America

20 years of Indigenous reconciliation negotiation

As part of RN's Big 20, the first 20 years of this century, LNL begins its focus on Indigenous reconciliation. Professor Megan Davis, at a young age, is already a veteran of the Indigenous reconciliation process. In 2017 she delivered the Uluru Statement from the Heart, which was quickly rejected by the government of the day, without discussion. So can Australia achieve reconciliation with Indigenous people?

29 min6 d ago
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20 years of Indigenous reconciliation negotiation

Escalating crisis in Ethiopia's Tigray region

In recent weeks, the northern Tigray region of Ethiopia has become a bloody battlefield, forcing an estimated 30,000 Ethiopians to flee to neighbouring Sudan. It’s feared that, within days, the conflict in Tigray may reach a bloody climax. So what's behind the current fighting, and what hopes are there for a negotiated ceasefire?

10 min6 d ago
Comments
Escalating crisis in Ethiopia's Tigray region

Katharine Murphy's Canberra

Questions continue after the release of the explosive Brereton report into alleged war crimes by Australian special forces in Afghanistan, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison tells the virtual G20 summit that Australia has 'great form' on achieving our climate goals.

9 min6 d ago
Comments
Katharine Murphy's Canberra

Latest Episodes

Indigenous storytellers on stage and screen: taking control of the narrative

Over the past twenty years Indigenous story tellers have been increasingly telling their own stories, whether it has been on the big screen, television or on stage. The last twenty years has seen the development of professionals that are able to pass on expertise between multiple generations. The representation of Indigenous Australians on our stages and screens has become more diverse, more frequent and more humourous. Look out for more in 2021!

27 min3 d ago
Comments
Indigenous storytellers on stage and screen: taking control of the narrative

Tim Flannery on solving the climate emergency

The latest State of the Climate Report has confirmed our worst fears: the climate crisis has arrived here in Australia, and we're running out of time to act. Does Australia's response to the COVID-19 pandemic hold important lessons for dealing with this existential threat?

23 min3 d ago
Comments
Tim Flannery on solving the climate emergency

The life and death of Japan's greatest author, Mishima Yukio

As the greatest Japanese author and stylist of the 20th century, Mishima Yukio's early schooling in the glories of militarism saw him reject the materialism and consumerism of post WW2 Japan. But what led him to commit harakiri or seppuku, 50 years ago today?

16 min4 d ago
Comments
The life and death of Japan's greatest author, Mishima Yukio

Indigenous economic empowerment

An all indigenous panel reflects on the last two decades of entrepreneurship and discuss some of the achievements and challenges for Indigenous businesses.

24 min4 d ago
Comments
Indigenous economic empowerment

Ian Dunt's UK

Ian Dunt reviews the past fortnight in UK politics including; Downing Street post Dominic Cummings, PM Boris Johnston's reset, Priti Patel keeps her job after bullying report released, and why Jeremy Corbyn is on the outer.

8 min4 d ago
Comments
Ian Dunt's UK

Indigenous incarceration since the turn of the century

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians are vastly over-represented in the prison population and despite numerous inquiries and hundreds of recommendations over the past two decades, we've failed to reduce these disproportionate incarceration rates. Why has our criminal justice system failed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians so badly, and could 2020 be the year that we start to shift the dial?

32 min5 d ago
Comments
Indigenous incarceration since the turn of the century

Bruce Shapiro's America

As the USA heads into Thanksgiving, the country remains under siege from COVID-19, which means that celebrating with family could be putting them at risk. Meanwhile, President Trump finally seems to be accepting the reality of his election loss as he permits the official transition of government to Joe Biden's administration to begin.

16 min5 d ago
Comments
Bruce Shapiro's America

20 years of Indigenous reconciliation negotiation

As part of RN's Big 20, the first 20 years of this century, LNL begins its focus on Indigenous reconciliation. Professor Megan Davis, at a young age, is already a veteran of the Indigenous reconciliation process. In 2017 she delivered the Uluru Statement from the Heart, which was quickly rejected by the government of the day, without discussion. So can Australia achieve reconciliation with Indigenous people?

29 min6 d ago
Comments
20 years of Indigenous reconciliation negotiation

Escalating crisis in Ethiopia's Tigray region

In recent weeks, the northern Tigray region of Ethiopia has become a bloody battlefield, forcing an estimated 30,000 Ethiopians to flee to neighbouring Sudan. It’s feared that, within days, the conflict in Tigray may reach a bloody climax. So what's behind the current fighting, and what hopes are there for a negotiated ceasefire?

10 min6 d ago
Comments
Escalating crisis in Ethiopia's Tigray region

Katharine Murphy's Canberra

Questions continue after the release of the explosive Brereton report into alleged war crimes by Australian special forces in Afghanistan, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison tells the virtual G20 summit that Australia has 'great form' on achieving our climate goals.

9 min6 d ago
Comments
Katharine Murphy's Canberra
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