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Daniel Nyberghttps://www.newcastle.edu.au/profile/daniel-nyberg is the author of a new book named “Climate Change, Corporations and Capitalism” he co authored this book with Christopher Wright http://sydney.edu.au/business/staff/christopherw from Sydney University.

Greg Combet, former Union leader and Minister for Climate Change in the Gillard Government, speaks with Julian Burnside about the Carbon Tax and why he did not accept Julia Gillard’s offer to move aside to allow him to be Prime Minister.

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Samah Sabawi, Arab Australian, playwright, poet, political analyst and human rights advocate, speaks to the issue of an academic boycott of Israel.

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Trevor Grant, journalist, 3cr broadcaster and now author, has just launched his book ‘Sri Lanka’s Secrets’ through Monash University Press. This is the presentation at the launch. Trevor is questioned by Julian Burnside, barrister, human rights advocate and author, at Readings in Carlton.

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Eran Efrati is an ex- Israeli soldier who is part of the Refusenik US Tour was filmed at his presentation in Denver Colorado on March 8th. This is the first part of his gripping speech which answers the question who are the terrorists that the Israeli press speaks about.

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Dick Nichols, the European correspondent for the Green Left Weekly, gives a round up of Left success in the recent European Union elections and reports on the Left Summer Camp discussion on the Ukraine

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Matt Bruenig chats with Bill about the reasons for systemic poverty in the US.

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The documentary about draft doggers is seeking words and memorabilia from those involved especially anyone part of the Save Our Sons (SOS) group. Bill gets an update on progress from Larry Zetlon who would like anyone who has information to contact him on larry@gullivrmedia.com.au

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Bill chats with Chris White back after overseeing the recent general election in Indonesia. Chris is the former Secretary of the South Australian Labor Council and Secretary of their International Affairs Committee. If you want to keep up with Chris White go to his Blog chriswhiteonline.com.au

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George Galloway speaking to thousands of  people at London pro Palestine rally on July 19th – recording by Denis Rogatyuk

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Bill and Annie asks Associate Professor Dr Anitra Nelson, Research Fellow from  the RMIT-NATSEM Centre of the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, to explain what all the fuss is about French Economist Thomas Piketty‘s book Capital in the Twenty-First Century (2013).

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Bill chats with Dave Bacon from the USA on the USA’s immigration policy and in particular the recent expulsion of thousands of children as illegal immigrants. Dave was an Union organiser and factory worker for 20 years. He has written essays on USA immigration policy in Portside online magazine and for other outlets.

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Bill & Annie continue their chat with historian Lynn Beaton. They discuss the affect of political emancipation on women and society in general.

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Bill & Annie chat with historian Lynn Beaton to celebrate  the new E-Book version of her classic of working class history Shifting Horizons. The story of two women during the 1984 coal mining strike in Thatcher’s England. This is part 1 of a conversation about the time and the importance to working class history.

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Bill interviews Trevor Grant, journalist and refugee activist, on the eve of the launch of his book Sri Lanka’s Secrets: How the Rajapasksa Regime Gets Away with Murder. The book published by Monash University Publishing will be launched at Readings‘ Carlton store on 14 Aug. at 6.30 by Mr Julian Burnside.

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Background and interviews outside the Supreme Court in Melbourne about the case Murphy v the LMA and the Victorian Government. Central to this case is if the Victorian Government can rely on it’s business case for the East West Link Project. This case is the next phase in the community resistance to the East West Link project which will again side line Public Transport projects in favour of roads infrastructure with irretrievable consequences for communities in the path of the proposed toll road.

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Bill interviews Sam Gindin

Sam is from Toronto, worked for with the Toronto Auto Workers Union as Research Director for over 20 years and recently wrote a piece for Portside on the Unmaking of Global Capitalism.

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Annie’s audio summary of the Pro Public Transport Rally in Melbourne  – No Tunnel No Way– on 28 th June, 2014.

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Bill interviews Ramsay Baroud
Ramsay is a Doctoral student in London, a part of the Palestinian diaspora. The interview looks at the significance of the war in Syria and recent Israeli attacks on Palestine on the ongoing need for Palestinian self determination.

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Corey interviews Robin Taubenfeld from Friends of the Earth (FoE) about her involvement with BrisCAN G20 network. BrisCAN is a community action network set up to give the community a forum around the November G20 meeting in Brisbane.

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A piece from Ellen Brown from Web of Debt

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Annie’s summary of the ‘Bust the Budget’ march that was held on Sunday the 18th May.

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Annie interviewed Hayden Keenan, the Director of the series Persons of Interest, which was about ASIO surveillance of Australian activists and was aired on SBS.

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Corey’s summary of the 2014 budget, with wacky sound effects (slightly modified for Monday Breakfast).

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Bill interviews anti-war activist Vince Emanuele from Veterans Unplugged.

Part 1

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Bill interviews Susanne Posel, the Chief Editor of Occupy Corporatism and the Chief Editor and Founder of the US Independent about these projects and her views on international banking.

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Bill discusses with Carl Gibson the launch of the  After Party,   the new political tendency growing out of the Occupy Wall St Movement

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Bill discusses the role of Occupy Sandy (Occupy Wall  St take over supplying citizens effected by Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey) with Sam Knight  a washington activist working in New York

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Bill and Corey interview Mark Weisbrot about his recent article in Portside written with film-maker Oliver Stone, Obama Wrong to Isolate Venezuela.

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Bill interviews Carl Gibson about his article Let’s Make Capitalism a Dirty Word – aired March 14 2014.

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Bill’s special to celebrate Pete Seeger’s life and contribution to the arts and activism.

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Corey and Emm interview Debbie Brennan and Gaye Demanuele from Radical Women about the history of International Women’s Day, and the ongoing struggle for reproductive justice. Aired March 8, 2014.

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This is a recording of a talk called “Corporatising Black Australia: The NT Intervention & Abbott’s unfinished business” which was organised by Solidarity to discuss John Pilger’s new film, Utopia. The speakers were Celeste Liddle and Paddy Gibson. Aired 15th February 2014.

Paddy Gibson is an activist, journalist, researcher and was associate producer on Utopia. Paddy spoke first at Celeste’s request.

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Celeste Liddle is an Arrernte woman, a journalist, a researcher and the National Indigenous Organiser for the NTEU.

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