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Audio interview
13 January 2017

Dr Tobias Feakin, Australia’s Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, says Australia is a target for cyber espionage, but he has not singled out any specific nation as a threat.

Audio program
12 January 2017

2017 is set to be a big year for the government on climate policy.

Audio interview
12 January 2017

'Fake news' may be the term du jour, but one lecturer in American politics says the truth still matters.

Audio interview
5 January 2017

Opt-out laws mean once a person dies, it's presumed they consent to donate their organs unless they've specifically signed up to an opt-out register.

Audio program
4 January 2017

The Australian Medical Association is calling for a national real-time register for firearms which it says will help reduce gun violence.

Audio interview
2 January 2017

In the latest instalment of our series examining some of the major ethical issues of 2016, Andrew West of RN's Religion and Ethics Report speaks to Margaret Somerville on surrogacy.

Audio program
30 December 2016

A rare collection of early Australian Indigenous folk songs is providing a valuable insight into our history.

Audio program
23 December 2016

Environmental groups say the federal government's own figures show that Australia is on track to miss its emissions reduction targets for 2030.

Audio podcast
21 December 2016

This Media and Politics Podcast features insight and expertise from leading voices at the intersection of media, politics and public policy.

Audio interview
21 December 2016

Prominent authors and publishers say the move to open the books market to international titles will threaten Australia's $2 billion publishing industry.