7am

7am

A daily news show from the publisher of The Monthly and The Saturday Paper. Hear from the country’s best reporters, covering the news as it affects Australia. This is news with narrative, every weekday.

http://7ampodcast.com.au

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 18m. Bisher sind 830 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint täglich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 11 days 11 hours 7 minutes

subscribe
share






episode 752: The threat to our food is here to stay


Our food supply is facing violent shocks — pandemic, war, and floods. And the threat to food security is unprecedented.  Underpinning the problem is the catastrophe of climate change, which will impact not only us but our neighbours too — creating implications for national security.  Today, Esther Linder on a looming food crisis that Australia isn’t prepared for, and what it means for the way we eat...


share








   16m
 
 

Weekend Read: Bronwyn Adcock on a terror suspect held for almost 20 years without trial


Today on the show, journalist and author Bronwyn Adcock will be reading her piece from the latest issue.  It follows the fate of Encep ‘Hambali’ Nurjaman - a man arrested as a central figure in the Bali Bombings nearly 20 years ago - and interrogates his fraught path to justice in the War on Terror, through CIA black spots and Guantanamo Bay, torture and rendition, and bureaucratic obfuscation.  Guest: Journalist and author, Bronwyn Adcock Background reading: The Trial in The Monthly.


share








   28m
 
 

episode 751: How Peter Dutton is making himself irrelevant


Labor's first fortnight in power has been marked by a significant win — a successful agreement to pass a bill that would see a 43 per cent emissions reduction target become law. That agreement was made entirely without the opposition, with Peter Dutton effectively removing his party from negotiations at the beginning of the week...


share








   17m
 
 

episode 750: Inside the Green's climate deal with Labor


For more than ten years, the Greens and the Labor Party have been blaming each other for holding back progress on climate action.  Now, things have shifted — Labor’s new emissions reduction target will almost certainly become legislation, after the Greens announced that they’ll support it.  But that support has only come after fierce negotiations and several concessions from the Albanese government...


share








   18m
 
 

Introducing 'The Sport': a new weekly show


Back page stories, front page analysis. The Sport is a new weekly podcast from Schwartz Media and LiSTNR. Hosted by Sam Squiers and Martin McKenzie-Murray, it is a fast-paced, smart take on the key sports story every week. Launching Wednesday, August 10. Subscribe now for free.


share








   1m
 
 

episode 749: For some renters, being evicted is a death sentence


As a homelessness crisis escalates around the country, there’s one jurisdiction where the situation is particularly stark.  In the wealthiest state in Australia, more than 120 people have died on the streets in the past two years.  And while the causes of homelessness are complex, there’s no doubt Western Australia’s tenancy laws are making things worse: especially when it comes to “no grounds” rental evictions...


share








   17m
 
 

episode 748: The party within a party: How Labor’s factions work


An investigation into factional misconduct in Victoria has created debate about how the Labor Party is structured and how it can be reformed. The stakes are incredibly high for the party: not only is some of the conduct illegal and undemocratic, but it also risks losses in seats where independents are likely to run on integrity. Today, Labor speechwriter and contributor to The Saturday Paper Dennis Glover on the party within a party...


share








   17m
 
 

episode 747: Omicron #3: Stuck between anger and denial


As Australia faces a new wave of Covid-19 variants, experts say the country has a chance to plot a different course with the virus. That involves acknowledging that it is not going away - that it will be here for a long time, and that masks and ventilation will be needed to manage it. Today, lead researcher at the Kirby Institute Raina MacIntyre on hope, denial and Covid-19. Socials: Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram. Guest: Lead researcher at the Kirby Institute Raina MacIntyre.


share








   16m
 
 

episode 746: Another test for Anthony Albanese


After five years of inaction, the Albanese government has made implementing the Uluru Statement from the Heart a key item of business. Anthony Albanese has described it as a hand held out to the country. But there are still questions over whether a referendum will succeed. Senator Patrick Dodson is telling colleagues they should put it up regardless - if the vote is lost, the country will have to live with it...


share








   18m
 
 

episode 745: ‘He saw the sky turn crimson the day the bomb was dropped’


Labor is working through the specifics of the nuclear submarine deal Scott Morrison set up before he lost office. Some in the party believe AUKUS was established in part to wedge Labor on the issue of non-proliferation...


share








   18m