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Making sense of a changing world, Extra with Geraldine Doogue explores the risks and possibilities of big shifts in power, puts events with our neighbourhood and overseas into context and explains how this affects Australia’s place within our wider world.

Latest Episodes

Mike Pezzullo; US elections; in awe of birds

Mike Pezzullo has been in the business of bureaucracy for over thirty years and during that time he has sat down with a range of Prime Ministers and cabinet ministers. He is currently the Secretary of the Department of Home Affairs. He discusses with Geraldine Doogue about Australia's national security.

54 MIN1 d ago
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Mike Pezzullo; US elections; in awe of birds

Mental health in China, loneliness and The Pick

54 MIN6 d ago
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Mental health in China, loneliness and The Pick

Judith Brett on how coal stopped manufacturing; and A Foreign Affair

54 MIN1 w ago
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Judith Brett on how coal stopped manufacturing; and A Foreign Affair

Mental health after the pandemic; Turkey's Hagia Sophia - a mosque again?; Mallee Country

In May the WHO warned that mental health must be at the centre of any pandemic recovery plan. Australia is responding with a national plan for mental health and wellbeing but some say its not nearly enough.

54 MIN2 w ago
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Mental health after the pandemic; Turkey's Hagia Sophia - a mosque again?; Mallee Country

Philanthropy and the pandemic; Netanyahu's plans for the West Bank; becoming an Australian

In the 2007/2008 financial crisis, Australian philanthropy pulled back, citing lack of funds.

54 MIN3 w ago
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Philanthropy and the pandemic; Netanyahu's plans for the West Bank; becoming an Australian

Future of community papers, The Pick and South Australia's Governor

The closure of hundreds of small suburban and community papers has left a hole in civic life. But it's not all gloom and doom - entrepreneurial journalists and publishers are forging a new model - even if its from their dining room table.

54 MINJUN 8
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Future of community papers, The Pick and South Australia's Governor

AFA, Traditionalism ideology and Steve Bannon and SA Governor, Hieu Van Le

A Foreign Affair - May

54 MINJUN 1
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AFA, Traditionalism ideology and Steve Bannon and SA Governor, Hieu Van Le

A bold case for university reform; update on West Papua; and a story of Jewish survival

Universities are facing huge challenges, but perhaps it was already time the sector looked at structural reform. Stephen Parker argues that maybe the golden age of university growth has passed, or at least plateaued. The pandemic may simply have brought forward the future.

54 MINMAY 25
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A bold case for university reform; update on West Papua; and a story of Jewish survival

Alan Rusbridger on media and the UK under Covid-19; insider's view of China; conspiracy theories

The coronavirus pandemic is giving mainstream journalism a chance to rebuild trust and support, according to the former editor in chief of The Guardian.

54 MINMAY 18
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Alan Rusbridger on media and the UK under Covid-19; insider's view of China; conspiracy theories

China and Australia; Amazon's boom and bust; what whales can teach us

The call by the Australian government for an independent inquiry into China's handling of the initial outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the city of Wuhan has caused some controversy between the two countries. Do we need to be concerned and if so, how does the Australian government proceed with China and what are the risks involved?

54 MINMAY 11
Comments
China and Australia; Amazon's boom and bust; what whales can teach us

Latest Episodes

Mike Pezzullo; US elections; in awe of birds

Mike Pezzullo has been in the business of bureaucracy for over thirty years and during that time he has sat down with a range of Prime Ministers and cabinet ministers. He is currently the Secretary of the Department of Home Affairs. He discusses with Geraldine Doogue about Australia's national security.

54 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Mike Pezzullo; US elections; in awe of birds

Mental health in China, loneliness and The Pick

54 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Mental health in China, loneliness and The Pick

Judith Brett on how coal stopped manufacturing; and A Foreign Affair

54 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Judith Brett on how coal stopped manufacturing; and A Foreign Affair

Mental health after the pandemic; Turkey's Hagia Sophia - a mosque again?; Mallee Country

In May the WHO warned that mental health must be at the centre of any pandemic recovery plan. Australia is responding with a national plan for mental health and wellbeing but some say its not nearly enough.

54 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Mental health after the pandemic; Turkey's Hagia Sophia - a mosque again?; Mallee Country

Philanthropy and the pandemic; Netanyahu's plans for the West Bank; becoming an Australian

In the 2007/2008 financial crisis, Australian philanthropy pulled back, citing lack of funds.

54 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Philanthropy and the pandemic; Netanyahu's plans for the West Bank; becoming an Australian

Future of community papers, The Pick and South Australia's Governor

The closure of hundreds of small suburban and community papers has left a hole in civic life. But it's not all gloom and doom - entrepreneurial journalists and publishers are forging a new model - even if its from their dining room table.

54 MINJUN 8
Comments
Future of community papers, The Pick and South Australia's Governor

AFA, Traditionalism ideology and Steve Bannon and SA Governor, Hieu Van Le

A Foreign Affair - May

54 MINJUN 1
Comments
AFA, Traditionalism ideology and Steve Bannon and SA Governor, Hieu Van Le

A bold case for university reform; update on West Papua; and a story of Jewish survival

Universities are facing huge challenges, but perhaps it was already time the sector looked at structural reform. Stephen Parker argues that maybe the golden age of university growth has passed, or at least plateaued. The pandemic may simply have brought forward the future.

54 MINMAY 25
Comments
A bold case for university reform; update on West Papua; and a story of Jewish survival

Alan Rusbridger on media and the UK under Covid-19; insider's view of China; conspiracy theories

The coronavirus pandemic is giving mainstream journalism a chance to rebuild trust and support, according to the former editor in chief of The Guardian.

54 MINMAY 18
Comments
Alan Rusbridger on media and the UK under Covid-19; insider's view of China; conspiracy theories

China and Australia; Amazon's boom and bust; what whales can teach us

The call by the Australian government for an independent inquiry into China's handling of the initial outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the city of Wuhan has caused some controversy between the two countries. Do we need to be concerned and if so, how does the Australian government proceed with China and what are the risks involved?

54 MINMAY 11
Comments
China and Australia; Amazon's boom and bust; what whales can teach us
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