Hack

Hack

Australia

Shoving the J into journalism, Hack covers current affairs, music, politics and culture with youth in mind. Get our half-hour radio program sent directly to you each weekday.

Episodes

Swimming to save a life, and a crackdown on online betting  

The amount of drowning deaths have risen in the past year.

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Hurricane Irma, and getting divorced in your twenties  

What it's like to navigate divorce and heartbreak in your twenties.

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Friday shakeup: Tassie tiger, same-sex marriage, and protein supplements  

The species has been long thought extinct. Now three dudes say they've captured it on tape.

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Postal survey survives High Court, and can protein shakes be dangerous?  

The High Court rules the voluntary postal survey on same-sex marriage is legal and can go ahead, and how the death of a 25-year-old bodybuilder has exposed the health risks around supplements.

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Postal survey High Court challenge, Cub Sport, and Walk Sew Good  

Meet the two young Melbourne women trekking through South-East Asia to learn about sustainable fashion.

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Burning Man eyewitness, North Korea's H-bomb, and cellulite Insta post  

A man died after evading fire-fighters and charging into a fire in front of 50,000 people.

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Friday shakeup: Same-sex marriage, the future of protest, and young blood  

With Olympic gold medallist Mack Horton and former Queensland Premier staffer, Danielle Davidson.

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Should inner Melbourne get a safe injecting room, and do protests work?  

North Richmond is a hotspot for drug deaths. Now the coroner and health experts are pushing for a safe injecting room.

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The 'No' ad on same-sex marriage, ticket scalping, and satire under Trump  

We're going to be seeing more of these ads through the campaign - let's look at what this one claims.

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Sea Shepherd pulls out of the Antarctic, the (vampire) fountain of youth, and fast fashion  

An American doctor believes he's found the fountain of youth in young people's veins.

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Floods in Texas, the debate over changing our statues, and Viagogo in court  

Confederate statues are being pulled down across the US. Are some Australian monuments racist?

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Are you a perfectionist, Bad Girls Advice, and getting enough sleep  

With Olympic basketballer Laura Hodges and former Carlton AFL player turned psychologist Nick Duigan.

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Is your strive for perfection driving you mad, and should u-18s get a say in the postal survey?  

Meet the people whose perfectionism is leading to eating disorders and anxiety attacks.

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Bad Girls Advice's 'Queen Amy' gives first interview  

The chief of the secret girls-only Facebook group of 200,000 members gives her first interview.

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Another Melbourne council dumps Aus Day, and drugs and alcohol in a VR party simulator  

But does simulating drugs and booze in a gaming setting just make them seem really fun?

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Banning killer robots, refunds for some NBN customers, and getting enough sleep  

Young people are getting the least sleep of any age group. How much should we blame work, study and screen time pressures?

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Friday shakeup: Barcelona attack, Hanson in a burka, and Australia Day  

triple j presenter Bridget Hustwaite was in a hostel just 30 metres away.

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Brandis v Hanson, the cashless economy, and saving returned soldiers  

The One Nation leader turned up in the Senate in a burka ... the Attorney-General was not speechless.

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Forced 'shock therapy', and the backlash to changing Australia Day.  

The debate around forced 'shock therapy' or ECT for unwell mental patients, and the Govt hits back at a Melbourne Council for a decision not to celebrate Australia Day on January 26.

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