Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

Australia

Separate stories LNL podcast lets you choose the interviews you want from the whole program, as Phillip Adams invites you to eavesdrop on his conversations with the world's brilliant and controversial thinkers. One hour, 10-11pm Mondays to Fridays.

Episodes

Dance and creativity  

The results of a three year research project with professional dancers to understand where creativity resides - in the body or the brain?

Joan d'Arc and identity  

Could Joan of Arc be a good model for anyone wanting to become a genuine agent of change or transformation?

Uncovering Queen Victoria  

Why are there so many myths surrounding Queen Victoria - and what do they say about the way we see women in power?

What are the limits of free speech?  

Across US campuses students are demanding limits on offensive speech and texts - but is that the best way to combat racial inequality?

Mein Kampf's second life  

A new edition of Mein Kampf - complete with scholarly footnotes and numerous corrections - raises questions about the power of Hitler's book.

Mein Kampf's second life  

A new edition of Mein Kampf - complete with scholarly footnotes and numerous corrections - raises questions about the power of Hitler's book.

Tim Costello's faith  

Religious faith gives followers purpose, but many believers, whether Christian, Buddhist, Muslim or Hindu, feel caught in needing the beauty of their faith, but also wanting to shed the violence done in its name. Tim Costello has written a meditation on what he regards as the personal and public importance of faith.

Tim Costello's faith  

Religious faith gives followers purpose, but many believers, whether Christian, Buddhist, Muslim or Hindu, feel caught in needing the beauty of their faith, but also wanting to shed the violence done in its name. Tim Costello has written a meditation on what he regards as the personal and public importance of faith.

Take a walk on the wild side  

What prompts a man to live like a beast?

What we do with our hands and why  

For those curious about how human beings work, the answers are hidden in our hands

Einstein's greatest mistake  

Why was Albert Einstein, one of the brightest brains of the last century, ignored in the final decades of his life by most scientists?

Einstein's greatest mistake  

Why was Albert Einstein, one of the brightest brains of the last century, ignored in the final decades of his life by most scientists?

Wildscapes and confronting ourselves  

Moral philosopher Raimond Gaita and poet Nick Drake discuss their journeys into wild landscapes, that hold up a confronting mirror to ourselves, our ethics and our politics.

Why fat is still a feminist issue  

Not all women used to have eating disorders. Now everybody does.

Politics and grog  

The story of political imbibing from the eighteenth century until now, and its effect on decision making

The nuclear brink  

Former US Secretary of Defence, William J. Perry, warns that the risk of nuclear catastrophe is greater than it was during the Cold War and is growing every year. 

Aileen Palmer  

Aileen Palmer was one of at least 70 Australians that were part of the International Brigades in Spain during the civil war. The two years she spent in Spain changed her forever.

Maralinga - 60 years on  

It was almost 60 years ago that an atomic bomb was first exploded on the Australian mainland at a place called Maralinga.

Marconi, inventor of the wireless  

A new biography of Marconi, the revolutionary of radio

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