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Michael speaks with Nick Cater, Executive Director of the Menzies Research Centre/Columnist with the Australian & Author of ‘The Lucky Culture’, to analyse the results of the 2022 Federal Election and discuss who might be the Liberals' new leader following the resignation of Scott Morrison. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Gary Hardgrave, Former Minister in the Howard Government & Sky News presenter, for his view on Queensland seeing a massive swing towards the Greens in the federal election. The election result will likely see the Greens winning three seats in inner-city Brisbane – the traditionally blue-ribbon Liberal seat of Ryan and Griffith as well as the seat o…
 
Dr Paul Monk, Former head of the China desk in the Defence Intelligence Organisation & author of Thunder From the Silent Zone: Rethinking China (2005) and Dictators and Dangerous Ideas (2018). Dr Monk says, ‘There are many domestic issues to consider. But to a greater extent than for a lifetime, foreign policy and national security ought be very mu…
 
Michael is joined by Terry McCrann, Business Commentator with The Australian, about Australia’s stalled wage growth in spite of the ABS recently announcing strong unemployment numbers. The Australian Bureau of Statistics reported the unemployment rate for last month was 3.9 per cent, its lowest level since mid-1974 after a small increase in the num…
 
Michael is joined by Brendan O’Neill, journalist & Editor of ‘Spiked’ and host of the ‘Spiked’ podcast, to dissect the stories making headlines in the U.K. & the world over the past week. You can keep up to date with Brendan’s most recent work by visiting the ‘Spiked’ website www.spiked-online.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information…
 
Former chief Brexit negotiator David Frost talks to Brendan O’Neill about the Northern Ireland Protocol, climate alarmism and woke. Order your copy of “How Woke Won” by Joanna Williams: https://www.spiked-online.com/shop/ Hoping to get into journalism? Are you passionate about spiked’s pro-freedom, anti-woke politics? Apply now for our paid interns…
 
Aussie historian, author & entertainer Jim Haynes joins Overnight each week for his unique knowledge of the not-so-famous characters from Australia’s history. This week Jim shines the spotlight on E. J. Brady - journalist and poet. Edwin James Brady (7 August 1869 – 22 July 1952) was born from Irish parents at Carcoar, New South Wales, and was educ…
 
Michael is joined by Chris Kenny, The Australian Newspaper’s Associate editor (national affairs) & Sky News host of the Kenny Report, about what he calls the central failure of this election campaign with neither side addressing Australia’s mounting debt. Mr Kenny points out, ‘What is worse is that the promises from both major parties, and most of …
 
Michael is joined by Dr Keith Suter, Managing Director of the Global Directions Think Tank, for his opinion of Sri Lanka’s current crisis - brought about by an ill-conceived shift to organic agriculture, compounded by fuel shortages. Sri Lanka has been reeling from a foreign exchange crisis that has left the government unable to pay for essential i…
 
Michael is joined by Dr Tanveer Ahmed, psychiatrist & author of ‘Fragile Nation’, about smartphones part in the worsening mental health of young people during the pandemic lockdowns. Dr Ahmed writes, ‘Self-harm and anxiety disorders among adolescents have already been increasing across the Western world. Just as the pandemic was speeding up histori…
 
Bill Woods is joined by Justine Irving, Lecturer, Applied Gerontology College of Nursing & Health Sciences at Flinders University, about their national survey of 2,100 men and women aged 45 years and over, and 100 telephone interviews on the topic of ageism in the workplace. Ms Irving says the report found ‘almost a third of Australians perceived s…
 
Bill Woods is joined by Michele Adair, CEO of Housing Trust NSW, who says ‘the biggest election issue in regional Australia is the lack of affordable rental housing.’ ‘In the past two years regional rents have increased by 20 per cent nationally compared to 14 per cent in the capital cities. One in three Australians rent, and housing is by far the …
 
Bill Woods speaks with Dean Snoxell, Co-founder of the Stubby Club, whose love of sport and matching merchandise has proved lucrative for three young men from Victoria running a booming sport merchandise start-up. The Stubby Club, started by three mates Dean, Dylan and Jon, who grew up playing soccer together, has seen 1600% revenue growth over the…
 
Aussie historian, author & entertainer Jim Haynes joins Overnight each week for his unique knowledge of the not-so-famous characters from Australia’s history. This week Jim shines the spotlight on John Whitton - the Father of New South Wales Railways. John Whitton (1820 – 20 February 1898), was an Anglo–Australian railway engineer and the Engineer-…
 
Simon Fanshawe talks to Brendan O’Neill about his public break with Stonewall, why he is not ‘LGBTQ+’ and why we need more civil disagreement. Get your ticket to “How woke won – with Joanna Williams and Brendan O’Neill”: https://www.spiked-online.com/2022/04/25/live-event-joanna-williams-and-brendan-oneill-on-how-woke-won/ Hoping to get into journa…
 
Clinton Maynard is joined by Barry Urquhart, Managing Director of Marketing Focus, to discuss a new Aldi study that reveals concerns over rising costs has forced shoppers to rethink their spending habits. The study reveals, ‘To combat these concerns almost nine in ten (88%) Aussie grocery shoppers plan to better manage their budgets or change their…
 
Clinton Maynard speaks with Craig Gabriel, Nine Radio’s tennis correspondent, about the backlash Wimbledon faces over its decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players. Momentum among men’s tennis players is growing to strip Wimbledon and other UK grass course events of official ranking points this summer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
 
Clinton is joined by Sarah Boorer, Communications professional & CWA award-winning cook, to look at the world of baked goods, delicious treats and & easy recipes. This week Sarah looks at Coconut & Lemon bites (bliss balls) Recipe courtesy of bakeplaysmile.com Ingredients 65 g (½ cup) cashews raw and unsalted 45 g (½ cup) desiccated coconut Lemon j…
 
Clinton Maynard is joined by Ian Henschke, Chief Advocate for National Seniors Australia, for his thoughts on Labor’s aged care policies and today’s planned walkout by aged care workers in South Australia, Western Australia & Queensland. If elected, Labor has promised more carers and that every aged care facility will be required to have a register…
 
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