Australian Political Warrior parody
4:12

Australian Political Warrior parody

Clip from The Feed

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11-12
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Mark Humphries tests his skills as a politician in a parody of Australian Ninja Warrior, awkwardly chatting with factory workers and shoppers, pretending to care about sport, ...

Mark Humphries tests his skills as a politician in a parody of Australian Ninja Warrior, awkwardly chatting with factory workers and shoppers, pretending to care about sport, backflipping on policy, using political cliches, and avoiding the question in interviews. (Coarse language.)

Tabloid bias satire
3:55

Tabloid bias satire

Clip from The Feed

Critical thinking

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The Feed satirises the editorial process at Sydney's Daily Telegraph tabloid newspaper. Coarse language.

The Feed satirises the editorial process at Sydney's Daily Telegraph tabloid newspaper. Coarse language.

Big Ideas Arts
57:57

Big Ideas Arts: Griffith Review - Culture Wars or Cultural Solutions?

ABC June 15, 2014

Critical thinking

Personal and social capability

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Robyn Archer and Julianne Schultz, two of the smartest cultural leaders in Australia, come together to share their opinions, wealth of experience and quick wit as they battle ...

Robyn Archer and Julianne Schultz, two of the smartest cultural leaders in Australia, come together to share their opinions, wealth of experience and quick wit as they battle against the cultural naysayers.

ABC Fora
56:52

ABC Fora: January 29, 2009

ABC2 October 29, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
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Robyn Archer, Larissa Behrendt, Ien Ang and Bridget Kendall discuss Australian stereotypes. Saree Makdisi looks at the controversial construction of the Museum of Tolerance in ...

Robyn Archer, Larissa Behrendt, Ien Ang and Bridget Kendall discuss Australian stereotypes. Saree Makdisi looks at the controversial construction of the Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem. Scientist David Mills talks solar power, while Paul Auster reads from his new book.

Artscape
25:46

Artscape: In Conversation With Virginia Trioli - Annie Liebovitz

ABC June 21, 2011

Critical thinking

Personal and social capability

Visual arts

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In this week's revealing interview, Trioli chats with world renowned photographer and chronicler of our times, Annie Leibovitz. Through Leibovitz's iconic imagery, the program ...

In this week's revealing interview, Trioli chats with world renowned photographer and chronicler of our times, Annie Leibovitz. Through Leibovitz's iconic imagery, the program tracks her incredible journey, from her beginnings as an art student in San Francisco during the 1960s, through her lifelong partnership with the acclaimed intellectual and writer Susan Sontag, right through to her status today as one of the most sought after celebrity portrait photographers.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
46:44

The Intelligence Squared Debate: The US Alliance Is Our Best Defence

BBC World News September 7, 2013

Critical thinking

Asia and Australia

Civics and citizenship

9-10
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As China grows in power, does Australian security lie with the US? US Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich and Professor Zhu Feng, from Peking University are among the debaters.

As China grows in power, does Australian security lie with the US? US Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich and Professor Zhu Feng, from Peking University are among the debaters.

Big Ideas Arts
57:47

Big Ideas Arts: St James Ethics Centre - Raymond Gaita

ABC September 14, 2014

Critical thinking

Personal and social capability

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Philosopher Raymond Gaita speaks with Simon Longstaff, seemingly without constraint, about the "examined life and the role a philosopher might play."

Philosopher Raymond Gaita speaks with Simon Longstaff, seemingly without constraint, about the "examined life and the role a philosopher might play."

Compass
26:06

Compass: Aled Jones

ABC November 3, 2018

Critical thinking

Religious studies

Personal and social capability

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Kumi Taguchi meets much loved singer Aled Jones and talks to him about his career as a singer and broadcaster, his faith and his origins as a boy soprano.

Kumi Taguchi meets much loved singer Aled Jones and talks to him about his career as a singer and broadcaster, his faith and his origins as a boy soprano.

The Kennedy Files
42:23

The Kennedy Files: Family Secrets

Season 1 Episode 7 The History Channel March 1, 2019

Critical thinking

Personal and Social Capability

Ethical Understanding

Civics and citizenship

9-10
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Every family has them. But no family has built higher walls around their secrets than the Kennedys, who fend off relentless attacks from the media and the tabloids to protect ...

Every family has them. But no family has built higher walls around their secrets than the Kennedys, who fend off relentless attacks from the media and the tabloids to protect the family's reputation and ambitions. Their commitment to their image is so ingrained that it transcends PR and strikes deep with the Kennedy clan itself - where secrets are kept even between family members, and threats to the status quo can lead to excommunication and worse.

Compass
27:55

Compass: Too Gay For God

ABC September 22, 2019

Critical thinking

Religious studies

Personal and social capability

11-12
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Reverend Jide Macaulay, an openly gay Church of England minister, wants to marry his boyfriend despite the Church not recognising same-sex marriage.

Reverend Jide Macaulay, an openly gay Church of England minister, wants to marry his boyfriend despite the Church not recognising same-sex marriage.

ABC Fora
54:53

ABC Fora: November 19, 2009

ABC2 November 19, 2009

Critical thinking

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“In Defence of God” former federal treasurer Joe Hockey gives a speech on religion at The Sydney Institute.

“In Defence of God” former federal treasurer Joe Hockey gives a speech on religion at The Sydney Institute.

ABC Fora
55:30

ABC Fora: December 3, 2009

ABC2 December 3, 2009

Critical thinking

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Sydney PEN lecture by Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt addresses the crisis in indigenous communities. Introduced by Germaine Greer.

Sydney PEN lecture by Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt addresses the crisis in indigenous communities. Introduced by Germaine Greer.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
46:44

The Intelligence Squared Debate: War On Terror

BBC World News September 10, 2011

Critical thinking

Civics and citizenship

Ethical understanding

9-10
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Intelligence Squared, the world's premier debating forum, takes you to the heart of the issues and the arguments that matter. The motion for this debate is 'The war on terror ...

Intelligence Squared, the world's premier debating forum, takes you to the heart of the issues and the arguments that matter. The motion for this debate is 'The war on terror was the right response to 9/11'.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
46:13

The Intelligence Squared Debate: Democracy Isn't Always Best

BBC World News March 15, 2014

Critical thinking

Civics and citizenship

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Is the Western assumption that democracy always leads to a more liberal and tolerant society correct? Events in Ukraine, Thailand, Egypt and Venezuela might imply not.

Is the Western assumption that democracy always leads to a more liberal and tolerant society correct? Events in Ukraine, Thailand, Egypt and Venezuela might imply not.

Compass
26:36

Compass: Can A Scientist Believe?

ABC May 19, 2018

Critical thinking

Religious studies

Personal and social capability

11-12
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Kumi Taguchi explores if and how it's possible to reconcile faith with science.

Kumi Taguchi explores if and how it's possible to reconcile faith with science.

ABC Fora
55:58

ABC Fora: November 15, 2009

ABC2 November 15, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
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'In Defence of God' former federal treasurer Joe Hockey gives a speech on religion at The Sydney Institute. Julian Morrow gives the annual Andrew Olle lecture. 'A very ...

'In Defence of God' former federal treasurer Joe Hockey gives a speech on religion at The Sydney Institute. Julian Morrow gives the annual Andrew Olle lecture. 'A very Australian conversation' lecture by Peter Cosgrove. Princeton Professor Cornel West discusses war time presidents.

ABC Fora
53:54

ABC Fora: November 26, 2009

ABC2 November 26, 2009

Critical thinking

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‘Social Media and Political Reporting’ at the Media 140 Conference, journalists discuss the relationship between Twitter and journalism. Speakers include Annabel Crabb, ...

‘Social Media and Political Reporting’ at the Media 140 Conference, journalists discuss the relationship between Twitter and journalism. Speakers include Annabel Crabb, Bernard Keane, Chris Uhlmann, Caroline Overington and John Kerrison.

Compass
27:56

Compass: Secrets of the Masons (Part 2)

ABC June 16, 2018

Critical thinking

Religious studies

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Many believe the Freemasons are a secret society that has long ruled the world. Follow the grand master of Scotland through his own installation and on to Washington DC to ...

Many believe the Freemasons are a secret society that has long ruled the world. Follow the grand master of Scotland through his own installation and on to Washington DC to witness the installation of a new grand master.