Sunday Extra - Separate stories podcast

Sunday Extra - Separate stories podcast

Australia

Separate stories: Sunday Extra is RN’s live Sunday morning broadcast, looking to the week ahead and also incorporating Ockham’s Razor, Background Briefing, and First Dog on the Moon.

Episodes

Sunday Roundtable  

Should we learn to live with a nuclear North Korea?

Tweet of the week  

This week's mystery caller is a tall and elegant inhabitant of wetlands - the Brolga.

The Year That Made Me: Kirsten Bull, 2016  

Kirsten is the reigning world champion in the 100km running event. That's a lot of kilometres!

Concussion injuries  

Growing concern about concussion injuries in sport has forced the football codes to make big changes to the way they treat head injuries

Who invented the game of AFL?  

Did Aboriginal people invent the AFL? The question is more contentious than you might think.

The RSL at War  

On the eve of Anzac day the RSL is facing its biggest test yet, as diggers question whether their leaders have their true interests at heart.

The RSL at War  

On the eve of Anzac day the RSL is facing its biggest test yet, as diggers question whether their leaders have their true interests at heart.

Central banking in the Internet Age  

It turns out that modern technology, particularly the internet, could enable our most pressing problems in banking to be solved.

Central banking in the Internet Age  

It turns out that modern technology, particularly the internet, could enable our most pressing problems in banking to be solved.

French Presidential election  

Is this France's most important Presidential election in years?

Correspondents Report  

The ABC's foreign correspondents share the stories behind the news.

Sunday Roundtable  

Is our public debate around politics, culture, religion, more polarised than ever?

Tweet of the week  

This week, a tribute to Australia's night-time callers

The Year That Made Me: Brenda Croft, 1996  

Inspiring individuals talk about a pivotal moment in their lives.

Jewish Anzacs  

Since before Federation, Australian troops were sent into Britain's battles around the world, and many of them were Jewish.

Returned foreign fighters  

What should happen to Australians wanting to return home after fighting with groups in Syria and Iraq?

The innovation race  

Technology is transforming the economies of the world but Australia is being left behind; participating in the innovation revolution from the safe confines of being a bystander. Marlene Kanga is calling on Gen Y and Gen Z to create — and not just consume.

How a French company trademarked an iconic Chinese brand name  

The shoes is on the other foot for China's iconic Feiyue shoes

Correspondents Report  

The ABC's foreign correspondents share the stories behind the news.

Sunday Roundtable - Trump, Syrian and what's next  

What do President Trump's military strikes against Syria mean for other parts of the world?

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