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RN - Radio National 6h
This week asks: Can Hong Kong’s democratic protests succeed? Listen here:
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RN - Radio National 7h
"Some people are calling for an end to tourism as we know it." Can the planet sustain this level of tourism or does the tourist industry need a new business model? explores:
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ABC Science 8h
We know the Moon controls Earth’s tides – but how?
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RN - Radio National 8h
Ted Lange is best known for his role as "Isaac" on The Loveboat, but he has a passion for history and literature that eclipses his place in popular culture. He speaks to :
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RN - Radio National 9h
Emma Walsh from advocacy group told that "Australia has, unfortunately, one of the least generous paid parental leave schemes amongst all OECD nations." investigated her claim:
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RN - Radio National 9h
What kind of attitude to alcohol do you model for your children? Most parents wouldn’t do drugs in front of their children, but when it comes to drinking it’s often a different story. discusses drinking and parenthood:
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RN - Radio National 10h
It can be a struggle to get your kids to eat healthy food — let alone enjoy it. The first step might be to drop the word "healthy" entirely. Read more:
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ABC Religion&Ethics 11h
Recycling your electronics might get old tech out of the house. But on the fringes of Bangkok, villagers say the western world's e-waste is destroying their lives.
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RN - Radio National 11h
"You know what? The Moon's big enough that we can nuke it and land on it at the same time, so let's give this a shot." writes about the secret US plan to detonate a nuclear bomb on the Moon:
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RN - Radio National 13h
Many low-income Australians experience rental stress and risk becoming homeless. executive director says changes to social housing and who lives there has created some problems
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RN - Radio National 14h
Three Women author Lisa Taddeo spent eight years and thousands of hours talking to women about their sex lives, and learnt that judgement and negativity can come from all directions. Hear her chat with on
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RN - Radio National 14h
"It has a direct relation to the chinese security state." Two universities are reviewing their links to Chinese companies over concerns the partnerships could be helping China track and persecute Uyghurs. talks to :
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RN - Radio National 15h
"Our dependence on the US ... is no longer valid." Veteran defence analyst Hugh White tells that China's rise and the decline of US power has us ill prepared to defend Australia. What's the solution? Listen here:
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RN - Radio National 16h
"The scale has not been anticipated by the region." A deadly monsoon is wreaking havoc across South Asia, leaving more than 100 people dead and displacing millions more. updates :
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Arts on RN 17h
🚀Blasting off on with : 🌠 paints zodiac flowers in studio 🌛 Louise Weaver & Felicity Spear on The Moon 🧪 & Hyunju Kim on periodic table art 🦑 A visit to on Bruny Island 👂10am
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RN - Radio National Jul 16
It’s not unusual to have universities that are several hundreds of years old. What’s made universities so successful? And can they endure modern challenges? Listen to with
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RN - Radio National Jul 16
Come on a tour of Korowai Manaaki Youth Residence in Auckland. meets the troubled young offenders and the people who care for them.
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RN - Radio National Jul 16
"We all need to learn at times to basically fuss up and apologise. We also need to be accepting of other people's apologies," clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller says. explores how important apologies are at home and at work.
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RN - Radio National Jul 16
"Collectors do tend to have neat collections ... whereas people who hoard it's a real mishmash usually of different kinds of things," Jessica Grisham, from , says. Join on for an interesting discussion about hoarding.
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RN - Radio National Jul 15
Where did the myth that Marco Polo brought spaghetti back from China come from? Listen to explore the delicious history of pasta
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