32 episodes

Podcast by Helen Razer

Knackers & The Vadge Helen Razer

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Podcast by Helen Razer

    Episode 32: The Doona The Better

    Episode 32: The Doona The Better

    The thirty-second (ugh, that's confusing) episode, in which Knackers & The Vadge are two in the bed and the little one said, 'Roll over!', so they all rolled over and this fell out.

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Episode 31: The Lost Demo Tape

    Episode 31: The Lost Demo Tape

    The sort-of thirty-first episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge discuss the current events of ages ago in this long-rumoured, much anticipated, recently unearthed lost demo rarity bootleg thingo from before Knackers was so tragically rendered mute.

    • 37 min
    Episode 30: Dr Elizabeth Humphrys

    Episode 30: Dr Elizabeth Humphrys

    The thirtieth episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge discuss neoliberalism, unions, labour and Labor with Dr Elizabeth Humphrys.

    • 47 min
    Episode 29: Professor Steve Keen

    Episode 29: Professor Steve Keen

    The twenty-ninth episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge discuss the Australian Economic Miracle*, financialisation, Universal Basic Income, debt forgiveness and much more besides with heterodox economist Professor Steve Keen.

    * Not a miracle.

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Episode 28: Jim Casey

    Episode 28: Jim Casey

    The twenty-eighth episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge discuss the fantasy of deliberative democracy and the reality of industrial relations with the Australian Greens' candidate for Grayndler, Jim Casey.

    • 38 min
    Episode 27: Aamer Rahman

    Episode 27: Aamer Rahman

    The twenty-seventh episode, in which Knackers & The Vadge discuss the Christchurch massacre, the Paris fire, and liberal myopia with comedian Aamer Rahman.

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

Tigger2213 ,

Excellent

I'm in tears listening to the episode on 24 Feb 2019. Digital manipulation and how she understands her parents.

ivan_can ,

Pretty good for an old person

Pretty good for an old person

Definitely Not Helen ,

As Good as Lenin?!

Promising youngster Miss Helen Raisin may speak over her comrades-slash-prisoners, but she does mean well.
Recommended.

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