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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 25m. Bisher sind 393 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint täglich.

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The environmental impact of Amazon’s The Rings of Power

New Zealand correspondent Tess McClure speaks to Jane Lee about the environmental impact of major film productions, including The Rings of Power, and whether the country’s government can do something about it



Is the cost of living crisis really a wages crisis?

In this episode of Full Story, Gabrielle Jackson talks to head of news Mike Ticher and live news editor Patrick Keneally about the reason behind the cost of living crisis



The whistleblower tapes exposing racism in Queensland’s police force

Ben Smee speaks to Laura Murphy- Oates about the whistleblower tapes revealing racist comments at a Brisbane watch house and what they say about the culture of the Queensland police force



Robodebt: a conspiracy or a stuff up?

Welfare and inequality editor Luke Henriques-Gomes speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates about how the Robodebt saga unfolded, and whether there was a conspiracy or a stuff up at the heart of the scheme



Iran’s protest generation on why they won’t be silenced

What do Iranian protesters, many of whom are young, want and why are they willing to risk everything to get it?



Medibank: how hackers got your private health data

As the private health data of Medibank customers is leaked onto the dark web, Josh Taylor tells Laura Murphy-Oates how the hack was pulled off and what Medibank and Australian authorities are doing about the attack



Has the Herald Sun turned the news into a distraction? – with Lenore Taylor

In this episode of Full Story, Gabrielle Jackson talks to Lenore Taylor and Mike Ticher about how the Herald Sun is muddying the waters ahead of a crucial election



The radical plan to move a country

Pacific editor Kate Lyons on Fiji’s ‘unprecedented’ national plan to relocate villages battling rising sea levels – and the true cost of leaving your home behind



Cop27: greenwashing and lies – or a chance for change?

Madeleine Finlay hears from Guardian Australia’s climate and environment editor, Adam Morton, about the current path to catastrophic heating, claims of greenwashing and what’s likely to be on the agenda this year



Is it time to get rid of the BMI?

Science writer Donna Lu explores the complicated history of the BMI and the ‘panic about body weight’ in public health messaging