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In the Australian Politics Live podcast,  Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia's political team examine what’s happening in Australian politics and why it matters to you

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In the Australian Politics Live podcast,  Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia's political team examine what’s happening in Australian politics and why it matters to you

    How has the Morrison government responded to the coronavirus crisis? – Australian politics live podcast

    How has the Morrison government responded to the coronavirus crisis? – Australian politics live podcast

    Katharine Murphy talks to Laura Murphy-Oates about how the government has transformed its identity almost entirely as it responds to Covid-19

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    The unbelievable year in politics so far: from bushfires and sports rorts to the coronavirus

    The unbelievable year in politics so far: from bushfires and sports rorts to the coronavirus

    The government has mismanaged a series of crises in the first few months of 2020. Now we’ve got coronavirus. Political editor Katharine Murphy is joined in the studio by her colleagues Sarah Martin and Paul Karp to discuss the intense start to the year and how the government has performed

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    Why are we concerned about foreign interference through social media? Australian politics live podcast

    Why are we concerned about foreign interference through social media? Australian politics live podcast

    Social media is increasingly being used by foreign actors to spread misinformation and to confuse public debate, both in Australia and overseas. A Senate committee is looking into the risk posed to Australia’s democracy by this foreign interference, chaired by Jenny McAllister. Katharine Murphy chats to McAllister and the shadow minister for cybersecurity, Tim Watts, about the inquiry

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    Zali Steggall on getting to zero net emissions – Australian politics live podcast

    Zali Steggall on getting to zero net emissions – Australian politics live podcast

    Independent MP for Warringah, Zali Steggall, is seeking bipartisan support for a climate change bill aimed at transitioning Australia to a decarbonised economy. Katharine Murphy sits down with Steggall to discuss her adjustment into politics, whether the bill can pass the upcoming conscience vote, and if modern Liberal voters are willing to embrace climate policy

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    'I don't think we should fund new coal-fired power plants': Trent Zimmerman on climate and the Liberals

    'I don't think we should fund new coal-fired power plants': Trent Zimmerman on climate and the Liberals

    The Liberal MP for North Sydney, Trent Zimmerman, joins Katharine Murphy to discuss his party’s historical stance on climate change, how denialism was brought into Australian politics and how he navigates the party line when his constituents largely believe in the need to take action on climate • Trent Zimmerman backs net zero emissions target but foresees more Coalition in-fighting

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    Ken Wyatt: some Coalition colleagues 'won't budge' on constitutional recognition

    Ken Wyatt: some Coalition colleagues 'won't budge' on constitutional recognition

    Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt joins Katharine Murphy for a wide-ranging conversation on why changes were made in how we measure targets in the Closing the Gap report and why despite broad public support for constitutional recognition there are members of the Coalition party room who may campaign against it Report: Ken Wyatt expects colleagues to campaign against recognition

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A gem to listen to

This is hands down the most insightful, rational and balanced take on what is happening.
Katherine Murphy is a super star.
This podcast goes beyond the partisan drivel of the 24hr news cycle and gets to the heart of issues that are critical to our democracy.
Worth a listen and I wish there were more podcast like it.

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