10 episodes

The Sydney Institute is a privately funded not-for-profit current affairs forum devoted to encouraging debate and discussion.

The Sydney Institute The Sydney Institute

    • Education
    • 4.3 • 13 Ratings

The Sydney Institute is a privately funded not-for-profit current affairs forum devoted to encouraging debate and discussion.

    Don Farrell – Australia’s Trade Agenda: Including trade with China

    Don Farrell – Australia’s Trade Agenda: Including trade with China

     

    • 56 min
    Hon. Richard Marles – The Future of Australia’s Defence

    Hon. Richard Marles – The Future of Australia’s Defence

     

    • 58 min
    Hon. Rose Jackson – Why Is It Difficult To Make Change In Government?

    Hon. Rose Jackson – Why Is It Difficult To Make Change In Government?

     

    • 58 min
    Jessica Tinsley & Ed Cavanough – The Albanese Government’s IR Legislation: Two Views

    Jessica Tinsley & Ed Cavanough – The Albanese Government’s IR Legislation: Two Views

     

    • 58 min
    Ehud Yaari – Looking Ahead to the Post Gaza War Era

    Ehud Yaari – Looking Ahead to the Post Gaza War Era

     

    • 53 min
    Gordon Parker – Was Winston Churchill Bipolar?

    Gordon Parker – Was Winston Churchill Bipolar?

     

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

SvonR ,

Good content, poor sound

The Sydney Institute has an excellent format and content. It should really step-up, however, with respect to its sound quality. Each episode in my experience has detracting background noise, e.g. shuffling papers or for the recent Ten Unknown Australians episode, is sounded as if someone was continuously tapping the microphone. A little better production values would render the product far more palatable. Otherwise, please keep up the good work.

joazn ,

Good podcast

I’ve just listened to Professor Aroney’s explanation of the pitfalls of the proposed constitutional amendment and I have to say that Mr Leesom is nowhere near the mark.

fffjvyhddvjccrr ,

E&P Impact of COVID19

Apart from an informative section minutes 11-19 the rest was very “lightweight”. Also extended periods of waiting for next session that were not edited out. Could also do without the pink = gay comment

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