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Jan Fran Has Issues - Ep 8 - Grace Tame + Elizabeth Watson Brown A Rational Fear

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For the FINAL Jan Fran Has Issues we speak to former Australian of the Year Grace Tame and the new Greens MP for the seat of Ryan (Brisbane) - Elizabeth Watson Brown. 

Also, join Veronica Milsom, Mark Humphries, Gabbi Bolt, Lewis Hobba, Dan Ilic, Sami Shah and Paul McDermott for 10 Years* of A Rational Fear. June 4th Sydney Opera House. (*Runtime approx. 90min)!

Produced by F+K media 

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TRANSCRIPT:

Unknown Speaker  0:00  This episode is supported by the jib foundation. final results are still being tallied. But one thing is crystal clear the 2022 election has delivered a seismic shift in Australia's political landscape. It's a difficult night for Liberals and Nationals around the country is nights like this always.

Unknown Speaker  0:22  Tonight, the Australian

Robbie McGreggor  0:24  people have voted for change.

Unknown Speaker  0:29  Your Excellency, and present the honorable Anthony Albanese is to be sworn in to the office of Prime Minister

Unknown Speaker  0:36  is Up up and away for Anthony Albanese for his de vous on the international stage at the quad Leaders Summit in Japan.

Robbie McGreggor  0:43  Jiang Fran has issues breaking down the election one issue at a time brought to you by rational fear.

Jan Fran  0:55  Oh my goodness. Welcome to the final episode of Jan Fran has issues we did it Daniel.

Dan Ilic  1:05  Jeanette, I'm so excited. I can't believe it. Have you have you sufficiently gotten through all of the issues now that we are out the back end of the election? I have any issues left?

Jan Fran  1:15  Oh, my I am completely still riddled with issues, both political and personal. Remember, at the very first episode, you said that you could act as my shrink. It begins now. My do

Dan Ilic  1:28  all right. As long as I don't have to act as your midwife, because that's what I'm most stressed about. Because you're about to I'm pretty impressed. You managed to hold your little your little daughter in there for her funeral for a few more weeks while we got this this this podcast out my Little

Jan Fran  1:46  Bear Bear. Yeah, no. still firmly inside. I've given it permission to exit now that this podcast is done and now that the election is done. So we'll see how

Dan Ilic  1:57  excellent very diligent, Jan, very diligent I am be, you're gonna be a great mother vanquishing discipline like that.

Jan Fran  2:05  So look, I'm not going to go over the election results too much, because it's been about a week since Saturday happened. But my God, it was massive. So many big wins so many huge surprises. We're gonna get to the two that we thought were particularly interesting in just a second. But before we go to those two big issues, let's discuss, let's, let's do the thing that we love to do over the course of the week and take issue with something. What are you taking issue with this week, Daniel, our final week of the party.

Dan Ilic  2:34  I'm taking issue with this incredible Op Ed from Chris Yeoman in the Sydney Morning Herald and the headline made me burst out laughing in the cafe as I turned the paper, the headline was the agonizing birth of a new era.

As, as someone who doesn't shy away from partisan chips, Chris, Yeoman definitely would have had to have an agonizing birth of this new era, because somehow he managed to keep his eyes closed as to what the independents were doing in the world out there. So it made me laugh. It made me laugh out so loud, laugh out loud, so much. There was a guy to two tables next to me, he turned to me and said, Oh, sound

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For the FINAL Jan Fran Has Issues we speak to former Australian of the Year Grace Tame and the new Greens MP for the seat of Ryan (Brisbane) - Elizabeth Watson Brown. 

Also, join Veronica Milsom, Mark Humphries, Gabbi Bolt, Lewis Hobba, Dan Ilic, Sami Shah and Paul McDermott for 10 Years* of A Rational Fear. June 4th Sydney Opera House. (*Runtime approx. 90min)!

Produced by F+K media 

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If you enjoyed this please drop us a review on Apple podcasts:

https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/a-rational-fear/id522303261 

TRANSCRIPT:

Unknown Speaker  0:00  This episode is supported by the jib foundation. final results are still being tallied. But one thing is crystal clear the 2022 election has delivered a seismic shift in Australia's political landscape. It's a difficult night for Liberals and Nationals around the country is nights like this always.

Unknown Speaker  0:22  Tonight, the Australian

Robbie McGreggor  0:24  people have voted for change.

Unknown Speaker  0:29  Your Excellency, and present the honorable Anthony Albanese is to be sworn in to the office of Prime Minister

Unknown Speaker  0:36  is Up up and away for Anthony Albanese for his de vous on the international stage at the quad Leaders Summit in Japan.

Robbie McGreggor  0:43  Jiang Fran has issues breaking down the election one issue at a time brought to you by rational fear.

Jan Fran  0:55  Oh my goodness. Welcome to the final episode of Jan Fran has issues we did it Daniel.

Dan Ilic  1:05  Jeanette, I'm so excited. I can't believe it. Have you have you sufficiently gotten through all of the issues now that we are out the back end of the election? I have any issues left?

Jan Fran  1:15  Oh, my I am completely still riddled with issues, both political and personal. Remember, at the very first episode, you said that you could act as my shrink. It begins now. My do

Dan Ilic  1:28  all right. As long as I don't have to act as your midwife, because that's what I'm most stressed about. Because you're about to I'm pretty impressed. You managed to hold your little your little daughter in there for her funeral for a few more weeks while we got this this this podcast out my Little

Jan Fran  1:46  Bear Bear. Yeah, no. still firmly inside. I've given it permission to exit now that this podcast is done and now that the election is done. So we'll see how

Dan Ilic  1:57  excellent very diligent, Jan, very diligent I am be, you're gonna be a great mother vanquishing discipline like that.

Jan Fran  2:05  So look, I'm not going to go over the election results too much, because it's been about a week since Saturday happened. But my God, it was massive. So many big wins so many huge surprises. We're gonna get to the two that we thought were particularly interesting in just a second. But before we go to those two big issues, let's discuss, let's, let's do the thing that we love to do over the course of the week and take issue with something. What are you taking issue with this week, Daniel, our final week of the party.

Dan Ilic  2:34  I'm taking issue with this incredible Op Ed from Chris Yeoman in the Sydney Morning Herald and the headline made me burst out laughing in the cafe as I turned the paper, the headline was the agonizing birth of a new era.

As, as someone who doesn't shy away from partisan chips, Chris, Yeoman definitely would have had to have an agonizing birth of this new era, because somehow he managed to keep his eyes closed as to what the independents were doing in the world out there. So it made me laugh. It made me laugh out so loud, laugh out loud, so much. There was a guy to two tables next to me, he turned to me and said, Oh, sound

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