Tabloid bias satire
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Tabloid bias satire

Clip from The Feed

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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.

Australian Political Warrior parody
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Australian Political Warrior parody

Clip from The Feed

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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.)

ABC Fora
56:52

ABC Fora: January 29, 2009

ABC2 October 29, 2009

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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.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
46:13

The Intelligence Squared Debate: Democracy Isn't Always Best

BBC World News March 15, 2014

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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.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
47:04

The Intelligence Squared Debate: Break up the Tech Giants

BBC World News February 3, 2018

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Digital technologies

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Should we be worried about so much wealth and influence over our lives being centralised by a handful of tech giants? Nik Gowing chairs a lively debate.

Should we be worried about so much wealth and influence over our lives being centralised by a handful of tech giants? Nik Gowing chairs a lively debate.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
46:18

The Intelligence Squared Debate: Australia's Boat People

BBC World News May 17, 2014

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Civics and citizenship

Ethical understanding

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As millions continue to flee the depredations of war, oppression and poverty, how will history judge the quality and character of the world's response? Dr Simon Longstaff chairs.

As millions continue to flee the depredations of war, oppression and poverty, how will history judge the quality and character of the world's response? Dr Simon Longstaff chairs.

ABC Fora
56:10

ABC Fora: November 11, 2009

ABC2 November 5, 2009

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Tony Jones as Richard Ackland and Waleed Aly engage in a healthy bout of inter-city rivalry. Michael Moore discusses his new film. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers.

Tony Jones as Richard Ackland and Waleed Aly engage in a healthy bout of inter-city rivalry. Michael Moore discusses his new film. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers.

ABC Fora
54:44

ABC Fora: November 1, 2009

ABC2 November 1, 2009

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Tony Jones as Richard Ackland and Waleed Aly engage in a healthy bout of inter-city rivalry. Michael Moore discusses his new film. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers.

Tony Jones as Richard Ackland and Waleed Aly engage in a healthy bout of inter-city rivalry. Michael Moore discusses his new film. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
46:44

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

BBC World News September 7, 2013

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Asia and Australia

Civics and citizenship

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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.

ABC Fora
54:53

ABC Fora: November 19, 2009

ABC2 November 19, 2009

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Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

ABC Fora
55:30

ABC Fora: December 3, 2009

ABC2 December 3, 2009

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Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
46:44

The Intelligence Squared Debate: War On Terror

BBC World News September 10, 2011

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Civics and citizenship

Ethical understanding

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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'.

ABC Fora
55:58

ABC Fora: November 15, 2009

ABC2 November 15, 2009

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Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

ABC Fora
53:54

ABC Fora: November 26, 2009

ABC2 November 26, 2009

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Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

ABC Fora
55:56

ABC Fora: November 8, 2009

ABC2 November 8, 2009

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Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
45:08

The Intelligence Squared Debate: God Should Be Protected From Insult

BBC World News November 30, 2013

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Should God and the Prophets enjoy protection from insult? Or is it time to expand the scope of protected free speech so that one may mock or insult God and the Prophets?

Should God and the Prophets enjoy protection from insult? Or is it time to expand the scope of protected free speech so that one may mock or insult God and the Prophets?

ABC Fora
54:30

ABC Fora: November 22, 2009

ABC2 November 22, 2009

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Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

ABC Fora
56:14

ABC Fora: November 12, 2009

ABC2 November 12, 2009

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Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.