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The international students giving up their Australian dream

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > nov

From next week, Australian borders will open to international students with valid visas. But after nearly two years of uncertainty, experts say some students won&apost be returning, and the impact to broader Australian society will be felt for a long time.Audio producer Karishma Luthria speaks to international students about their life during the pandemic and whether they will return.Read more: Continue reading...... ...

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Jim Chalmers on Labor's plan for Australia's economy - The Guardian Australia

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > nov

Katharine Murphy speaks to the federal shadow treasurer about the ALP&aposs economic and climate policy ahead of an election yearRead more: Continue reading......

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Saved For Later: Adele, Spotify and how streaming changed the sound of music. Plus: an extremely online vocab test

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > nov

After Adele got Spotify to hide their album shuffle button, Alyx Gorman, Michael Sun and Steph Harmon called up Aria-winner Georgia Mooney, of All Our Exes Live In Texas, to talk about writing music for the world of streaming -- and trying to make a buck from it. Later, Alyx quizzes Michael and Steph on Macquarie Dictionary&aposs new contenders for Word of the Year Continue reading......

favicon theguardian.com —  3+ week ago

S2 E2: Russell Tovey, actor

theguardian.com > tv-and-radio > audio > nov


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How two BBC journalists risked their jobs to reveal the truth about Jimmy Savile -- podcast

theguardian.com > news > audio > nov

Listening to the women who alleged abuse, and fighting to get their stories heard, helped change the treatment of victims by the media and the justice system. By Poppy Sebag-Montefiore Continue reading......

favicon theguardian.com —  2+ day ago

Is Peter Dutton picking a fight with China?

theguardian.com > australia-news > audio > nov

As military tensions heat up between Taiwan and China, defence minister Peter Dutton says it would be "˜inconceivable&apos that Australia would not join military action if the US defended Taiwan. Labor has accused the Coalition of warmongering ahead of an upcoming election. Gabrielle Jackson talks to Lenore Taylor and Daniel Hurst about the threat of war, and the trouble with politicising foreign policyRead and listen more: Continue reading...... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  2+ day ago

""It will be found': search for MH370 continues with experts and amateurs still sleuthing

theguardian.com > world > audio > nov

It&aposs the "mystery that must be solved". Seven-and-a-half years after the Malaysia Airlines flight disappeared with 239 people on board, head of news Mike Ticher recommends this story as he remembers covering the tragedy when the news brokeYou can read the original article here: "˜It will be found&apos: search for MH370 continues with experts and amateurs still sleuthing Continue reading...... ...

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City slickers, Kitmas and Thiago breaks the internet -- Football Weekly Extra

theguardian.com > football > audio > nov

Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Philippe Auclair and Jonathan Fadugba discuss the Champions League, while Paul Watson joins to talk KitmasRate, review, share on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud, Acast and Stitcher, and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.On the podcast today "¦ Continue reading......

favicon theguardian.com —  3+ day ago

The disappearance of Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai

theguardian.com > news > audio > nov

The Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai vanished after making an allegation of sexual assault against a senior political figure. Her subsequent reappearance has raised more questions than answersAt the beginning of November, the Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai publicly accused a former vice-premier of sexual assault, pitching the Communist party into a #MeToo scandal. Chinese authorities expunged her social media post within minutes and censors even appeared to block the word "˜tennis&apos from online search results. Then Peng vanished from public view.The Guardian&aposs Tania Branigan tells Hannah Moore how the affair has caused outrage across the world, with ... ...

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Do lobsters have feelings? -- podcast

theguardian.com > science > audio > nov

Last week the UK government confirmed it would be extending its Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill to include decapods (such as crabs, lobsters and crayfish), and cephalopods (such as octopuses, squid and cuttlefish). The move followed a government-commissioned review of the scientific evidence, which found strong evidence that cephalopods and decapods do have feelings. Madeleine Finlay spoke to Dr Jonathan Birch, who led the review, to ask what it means for lobsters to have feelings, and what difference it should make to how we treat -- and eat -- them Continue reading...... ...

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