In a special AFL Grand Final event, Libbi Gorr heads up a discussion forum that goes in hard about the changing roles of men through conversations with footballers, in the week when everyone is listening.
You may think you have heard most things that Peter Singer has to say; but there's always an informed update. You can still be a hardcore meat eating believer and still take something away from this vegetarian non-believing philosophy Professor.
The Federal government have recently allocated 22 million dollars to fund an education scheme called Direct Instruction. Prominent educator, Chris Sarra, is strongly opposed to the program and makes this clear in this address.
This raucous panel comprised of Kate McClymont, Mike Carlton, David Marr and Terry Hayes, attempt to outdo each other with gobsmacking tales of bribery and corruption in the state of New South Wales.
IQ2 Debate: We are becoming enslaved by our technology. For: Peter Singer, Antony Loewenstein and Asher Wolf. Against: Bernard Keene, Alastair McGibbon and Katina Michael.
Is Richard Dawkins right? Are Christians dumb, delusional and dangerous? John Stackhouse sets himself up in direct opposition to Dawkins in his address at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
This isn't just another session about great media empires and the political power and influence they exercise. It questions how crucial stable ownership has been to the quality of print journalism.
David Marr and Joanne McCarthy lead one of the more provocative sessions at the Byron Bay Writers' Festival - the issue being the sexual abuse of children by catholic priests and the decade's of denial by the church hierarchy.
Rock star geologist, Iain Stewart, gives the inaugural Scientia address on the failure of effective communication in the world of science.
Teenagers, especially teenage boys, are Australia's most dangerous citizens. A eclectic panel discuss the reason for this at the Sydney Writers' Festival.
If you've sunk into a morass about the quality of political debate in Australia and the quality and integrity of political players - this conversation between two political warhorses Malcolm Fraser and Bob Carr may make you deeply nostalgic.
Waleed Aly spoke with Bob Geldof - Sir Bob - at the International Aids Conference in Melbourne. It was a call to arms; over the slashing of our foreign aid budget.
Freedom is to live upon your own terms and slavery is to live at the mercy of another. This is where Philip Pettit begins his Alan Saunders Memorial Address in Canberra and he's delivering an address on the nature of freedom.
Nick Bryant is a BBC journalist who spent six years here and diarised this experience in his book The Rise and Fall of Australia - How a Great Nation Lost its Way. This is an outsider's perspective on contemporary life in Oz.
Saying what you like....is it a constitutional right? A panel of lawyers and public figures discuss the laws relating to freedom of expression including Section 18C from the Racial Discrimination Act.
Economist and Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz packed out the Sydney Town Hall on his recent visit. It was a rockstar reception. Not bad for an economist. His address was built around 'the price of inequality.
A robust, passionate and challenging conversation on the notions of free speech from British journalist David Aaronovitch and Simon Longstaff at the St James Ethics Centre.
A forum discussing whether a two state solution will best serve the Israel Palestinian peace process was held recently at the Wheeler Centre. It was moderated by Peter Clarke and held at the Melbourne Town Hall.
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