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Making waves in Tokyo 2020

Wednesday 30th October

Making waves in Tokyo 2020

The Olympics is always something to be excited for but this one is different with the […]

Cybercrime in Australia

Wednesday 31st July

Cybercrime in Australia

In the past twelve months, almost a third of Australians have reported being affected by cybercrime. […]

Revolver: Federal Election 2019

Tuesday 7th May

Revolver: Federal Election 2019

Chris Wheeldon and Danae Gibson chat about the 2019 Federal Election in Australia. This week’s topics […]

Nursing Health Issues

10th October 2018

Nursing Health Issues

Adjunct professor and the CEO of the Australian College of Nursing Kylie Ward spoke to The […]

Where History Happened

4th October 2018

Where History Happened

From mining settlements and remote caves, to monuments and historic houses in our capital cities, Where […]

The Farmer’s Daughter, a new production

29th June 2018

The Farmer’s Daughter, a new production

Spare Parts Puppet Theatre creates adventurous and enriching theatre that expands the way audiences see, feel […]

The Year Everything Changed

8th June 2018

The Year Everything Changed

Phillipa McGuinness recalls a range of events and attitudes we might have already forgotten in The […]

Decolonisation in theory and practice – Dr Hannah McGlade

15th May 2018

Decolonisation in theory and practice – Dr Hannah McGlade

Dr Hannah McGlade joined The Mag to talk about the notion of ‘decolonisation’, what it means […]

Go Footy. Always.

14th April 2018

Go Footy. Always.

Today on Go Footy Chad Gaff and Oliver Morris update us on the weeks footy. Listen […]

The 21st Commonwealth Games have begun … but should we care?

5th April 2018

The 21st Commonwealth Games have begun … but should we care?

The 21st Commonwealth Games are being staged on the Gold Coast in Australia … but, should we […]

Disability Rights in Australian Prisons

8th February 2018

Disability Rights in Australian Prisons

Kriti Sharma, a disability researcher at Human Rights Watch, joined Chris Mason to discuss the current situation […]

Research Shows Education Inequality in Australia

29th June 2017

Research Shows Education Inequality in Australia

New research on the extent of education inequality across Australia has revealed that West Australian students […]

The Rights of a Child

6th July 2016

The Rights of a Child

A new report has revealed one in six children in Australia live below the poverty line, […]

From Little Things…

19th February 2016

From Little Things…

One of Australia’s living legends Kev Carmody will be making a special appearance at the Chevron […]

The Triffids

12th February 2016

The Triffids

Their legacy is one of the most enduring in Australian music history. Throughout the eighties, iconic […]