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

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 7 days 3 hours 11 minutes


Can Twitter survive Elon Musk? (And can Musk survive Twitter?)

Elon Musk marched into Twitter as its new owner last week and immediately started making changes. Alex Hern reports on what lies ahead for the social media company



The political cost of an economic crisis – with Lenore Taylor

Gabrielle Jackson talks to Lenore Taylor and Mike Ticher about the political risks of the cost of living crisis, and if the government is doing enough to offer relief



Remembering Cassius Turvey

Vigils have been held nationwide in memory of Cassius Turvey, who was allegedly murdered while walking home from school in Perth. Indigenous affairs reporter Sarah Collard speaks to Cassius’s mother Mechelle Turvey about the powerful impact her son made on those around him



Why Peter Dutton’s nuclear power plan doesn’t stack up

In this episode of Full Story, Adam Morton speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates about Peter Dutton’s controversial nuclear energy plans


 2022-11-01  21m

The story of Daniel Andrews: dogged, divisive and enduringly popular

Journalist Margaret Simons speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates about the rise of Daniel Andrews and why, despite lockdowns, scandals and a reputation as Australia’s most divisive premier, he appears set to win another four-year term


 2022-10-31  26m

The rise of Europe’s far-right parties

Why are far-right parties becoming more influential in European politics? Jon Henley reports on the rise of the Brothers of Italy and the Sweden Democrats


 2022-10-30  29m

Ben Roberts-Smith v the media: episode one of a new podcast

In the defamation trial of the century, Australia’s most-decorated living soldier is seeking to defend his reputation against reports in three newspapers that he says falsely accuse him of being a war criminal. His lawyers argue Roberts-Smith has been unfairly targeted by envious comrades and assisted by credulous journalists. The newspapers’ lawyers say their reporting is true, and that Roberts-Smith broke the ‘moral and legal rules of military engagement’, something he denies outright...


 2022-10-29  46m

Netball Australia, the Socceroos and sportswashing – with Lenore Taylor

In this episode of Full Story, Gabrielle Jackson talks to Lenore Taylor and Jo Tovey about Netball Australia, the Socceroos and sportswashing


 2022-10-27  16m

Grace Tame’s story in her own words

Australian of the Year 2021 and activist Grace Tame speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates about sharing her story in her own words, keeping power accountable, and how her foundation is creating meaningful change for victim survivors of child sexual abuse


 2022-10-26  25m

Introducing Ben Roberts-Smith v the media

Australia’s most decorated living soldier, Ben Roberts-Smith, is suing three of the country’s most trusted newspapers for defamation over articles he says falsely accuse him of war crimes. Whatever the outcome, the ramifications will be immense for public interest journalism, Australia’s military and the man venerated as a modern-day war hero


 2022-10-26  11m