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

Outsiders: Trump transition, Bills passed and Pauline Hanson  

Revisit the week's top news stories with a panel of experts and news hounds.

Tweet of the week  

Can you guess this week's mystery tweeter?

The year that made me: Di Morrissey, 1989  

Australia's most popular women's fiction writer on writing, Myanmar and nostalgia.

The year in technology  

From driverless cars to Wi-Fi kettles, 2016 has been a big year in the tech world.

A just transition  

How can we ensure a fair transition to renewable energy?

The death of VET FEE HELP  

Summer series: It was the student subsidy that was too good to be true. Students were the losers when billions were rorted by cowboys who spotted a government scheme that was just too easy to rip-off.

Making food crops three times more nutritious  

Could there be a way to revolutionise agriculture so as to feed a growing global population and be environmentally appropriate?

Exploring ancient lives  

Unwrapping the mysteries of ancient Egyptian mummification.

Correspondents Report  

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

Outsiders: Castro, Immigration, and Legal Advice  

Revisit the week's top news stories with a panel of experts and news hounds.

Tweet of the week  

This week's mystery tweeter trumpets loudly in Far North Queensland.

The year that made me: Reg Mombassa, 1975  

Reg Mombassa on music, art, design and the ever-changing Australian landscape.

The year in politics  

Did 2016 mark the beginning of a political revolution?

The Death Talker  

The more we talk, the less we fear.

Insurance industry stuck in 'dark ages', say mental health advocates  

Doctor shopping. Delaying vital medical care. Digging into your private records. When it comes to your mental health, are insurers playing fair? Natasha Mitchell investigates.

The legacy of anaesthesia at Pearl Harbor  

Did it kill more Americans than the Japanese attack?

Cathedral thinking  

The big ideas behind the conscious capitalism revolution.

Correspondents Report  

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

Outsiders: fake news and Australia's elites  

Revisit the week's top news stories with a panel of experts and news hounds.

Tweet of the week  

This week's mystery tweeter's all have a taste for: Nectar

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