RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Australia

Radio National Breakfast brings you the most comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events - serious, fun, topical and diverse without being overwhelming. This 'RN Breakfast-individual stories' podcast is for listeners who want all of Breakfast, plus the ability to skip easily from story to story.

Episodes

President Trump: how could the global order shift?  

What will the world look like with Donald Trump as US President? A panel of experts joins Hamish Macdonald to discuss.

Folk-rocker Bertrand Belin  

Bertrand Belin is a folk-rocker—many consider him a musical poet—and one French music magazine credits him with bringing a Mondrian simplicity to rock.

Who's in line for premier of New South Wales?  

The New South Wales Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian is emerging as the frontrunner to become the state's next premier.

Mark Dreyfus on potential changes to metadata  

Things could change pretty dramatically on the metadata front this year.

The mood among supporters of Donald Trump  

Donald Trump's inauguration will attract both Trump supporters and detractors, with dozens of protests set to take place.

The history of American presidential inaugurations  

American presidential inaugurations are a far cry from Australia's low key event at Yarralumla.

President Trump: the word from Washington  

What is the mood in Washington ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration?

The Trump administration and the Middle East  

The Middle East has posed a challenge for many US presidents, and Donald Trump will be no exception.

Preparations for Trump's inauguration: world wrap with Matt Bevan  

For all the latest headlines from around the world, Hamish Macdonald is joined by Matt Bevan.

Science with Chris Smith: shark chemicals  

Scientists in the UK have found a chemical in sharks can block the process that leads to Parkinson's Disease.

Focus on globalisation at Davos  

The World Economic Forum will wrap up in Davos later today—this year's theme was 'Responsive and Responsible Leadership' with the rise of populist movements high on the agenda.

Cameron Avery performs live  

Tame Impala bass player Cameron Avery has just announced he'll be releasing his debut solo album in March.

'Miranda Must Go' takes aim at Picnic at Hanging Rock  

Amy Spiers has kicked off a campaign called 'Miranda Must Go', aimed at drawing our attention to the Indigenous history of the mountain—and it's not always a happy one.

Tech review with Peter Marks: metadata  

Hamish Macdonald is joined by RN Breakfast's Technology Editor, Peter Marks, to talk metadata.

Off to the movies  

Film critic Joanna Di Mattia joins RN Breakfast for her take on the latest films, including Lion and Moonlight.

Online activist Lauri Love facing extradition  

British activist Lauri Love is facing extradition to the US on hacking charges. He speaks to Hamish Macdonald.

Consumers will pay more for power if Portland stays open: analyst  

The economics of the proposed rescue package for the Portland aluminium smelter have been questioned, with claims consumers will pay higher power prices as a result of the deal.

Politics with Alison Carabine  

A look at all of the latest developments in federal politics with RN Breakfast's Political Editor Alison Carabine.

Ken Wyatt focused on health of young Indigenous children in new role  

The Prime Minister has retooled his frontbench following the resignation of Sussan Ley.

Daniel Ellsberg welcomes clemency for Chelsea Manning  

Whistleblower Chelsea Manning will be released from a military prison in May, after President Barack Obama commuted her sentence.

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