Late Night Live - Full program podcast

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From razor-sharp analysis of current events to the hottest debates in politics, science, philosophy and culture, Late Night Live puts you firmly in the big picture.

The latest in Australian politics, Kerala's rock star health minister and the farmers saving rare breeds and preserving biodiversity.
A botched attempted raid on Venezuela proves truth is stranger than fiction. Keeping the Internet free of the worst violence, hate speech, animal cruelty and child abuse is taking a terrible toll on moderators. Newly discovered records suggest poet Lord Byron's exploits pale in comparison to those of his forebears.
In Britain the message has changed from stay at home to stay alert but what this mean? Ian Dunt tries to figure it out. How the KGB took back Russia and then took on the West - Catherine Belton's expose on Putin's people. Alexandra Shulman, the long serving editor of …
Bruce Shapiro's America, Michael Moore's divisive documentary on renewable energy and Sean Scalmer on the forgotten Australian politician, Graham Berry.
Anthony Albanese's major speech; Does Covid-19 discriminate? The plight of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Daniel McCarthy takes America's temperature, Matt Alt explores why Japan has turned to a 19th-century folk legend in its hour of need and Rachel Nuwer discusses whether Covid could curb the global wildlife trade.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro is facing mounting criticism and challenges on many fronts. Sarah Maslin assess how the beleaguered country and its leader are faring. John Kirk discusses the history and current deployment of Cuba's medical brigades. Philippe Sands, in his new book The Ratline, follows the trail of a …
The latest from the USA, the deep state with David Rohde and the case for a literary stimulus.
Bruce Shapiro on the latest from Washington, the power of the Christian nationalists in the USA and a history of guns in Australia
Laura Tingle surveys the latest in national politics, Playwright David Williamson and arts academic Jo Caust on how to help an arts sector in dire straits. Kathy Lette's new book: HRT (husband replacement therapy).
America's former secretary of state, Madeleine Albright reflects on her life and work in her latest memoir Hell and Other Destinations and British historian Emma Griffin explores the life and finances of working-class families in 19th-century Britain.
How has North Korea handled the virus and where is leader Kim Jong Un ? Is Russian and Chinese aid to Europe and America entirely altruistic? and the story of Violet Mackenzie- Australia's original radio girl
Bruce Shapiro on the latest policy by Twitter, what role does gender play in COVID-19 and Alison Whittaker discusses white fragility.
Daniel McCarthy talks about developments in the United States and their potential ramifications, while James Shapiro considers what Shakespeare can teach us about America.
Bruce Shapiro with the latest from Washington, Ian Goldin on globalisation and the pandemic and Ben Peters on the failure of the Soviet internet in the 1980s.