Corey looks at gambling addiction and bets Tim Costello that he can make a profit without becoming obsessive. Corey looks at the problematic way we approach solving the complex issue of domestic violence.
Unconvinced that 'feel good' environmentalism is making any real impact, Corey sets out to come up with a fresh solution. He also asks if capitalism will eventually lead to our jobs being stolen by robots.
Corey attempts to come up with a solution to restore faith in our democracy. He also explores the growing and complex controversy around Australia Day, and speaks with people who have different takes on the issue.
As an ex-ice addict and someone who lost his mum to a heroin overdose, you could say Corey knows a bit about drugs. He reckons the War on Drugs has failed and proposes we turn current drug policy on its head.
Corey White gambles a bit but doesn't think he has a problem. In this experimental episode, Corey bets renowned anti-gambling activist Tim Costello that he can make a profit without becoming obsessive. It doesn't go well.
Unconvinced that 'feel good' environmentalism is making any real impact, Corey sets out to come up with a fresh solution. Could incentivising greed and laziness for a good cause be just what this country needs?
With half of Australians, including Corey, really quite terrified of terrorism, Corey sets out to look at how society and individuals can protect themselves from terrorist attacks. His solution: really thick jumpers.
Corey explores the growing and complex controversy around Australia Day. As someone with indigenous blood, Corey is unsure of where he stands, so he sets out to speak with people who have different takes on the issue.
Corey White has experienced the absolute worst of the foster care system, an issue which he feels gets too little attention. He attempts to figure out how it got so staggeringly bad and offers a controversial solution.
Having experienced domestic violence as a child, Corey looks at the way that we approach solving this complex issue. Using his own experience, he investigates how to break the cycle of victims becoming offenders.
Many Australians who don't own a home believe they never will. As an angry millennial with a half-finished economics degree, Corey thinks only the most radical of solutions will work.
Capitalism has done some good things, like giving us Twisties, but the next stage will be terrifying. This episode, Corey asks how the rich will protect themselves from the angry hordes whose jobs have been stolen by robots.
Recently Australians have been losing faith in their government. Corey is fed up but he's going to try and do something about it. This episode, he attempts to come up with a solution to restore faith in our democracy.
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