Archive for the ‘Uncategorized’ Category

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This show features Criminologist and Tharawal and Yorta Yorta woman Robyn Oxley on prison abolition and the link between prisons and colonisation.

You can also watch this discussion in video form here and below.

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OneFourWelcome to Prison’, Onsind ‘Frankland Prison Blues’.

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On this show we discuss the extension of COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria, the role of privatisation in the COVID-19 outbreak in aged care, the TV series Shaun Micallef’s On the Sauce and give some audio recommendations.

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Sammy J ‘How to make an aged care home’ (S3 Ep31); Lowkey ‘My Sole’; Ramshackle Glory ‘Song for Next May Day’; Bugzy Malone ‘Walk With Me’; The Lonely Island, Michael Bolton and Mr Fish ‘Incredible Thoughts’; The Good Life ‘October Leaves’.

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You can listen to this episode above, subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and add us to your favourites on Stitcher. You can also listen to it on Cyber Ears or download it on Archive.org (59mins, 43MB).

This show features philosopher Paul-Mikhail Catapang Podosky on the free speech and cancel culture debate.

It covers the (in)famous ‘A Letter on Justice and Open Debate’ published in Harper’s Magazine and the lesser known ‘A More Specific Letter on Justice and Open Debate’.

We also cover some common misunderstandings of free speech (supporting free speech doesn’t mean actively platforming the most harmful speech above all others!), the way in which discrimination can be subtly embedded into language and the documentary 13th.

For more on similar issues around cancel culture, check out our 238th episode ‘In Defence of Virtue Signalling – Responding to Common Criticisms of the Left’.

You can also listen to Paul on Freedom of Species: ‘Moving Beyond Killing Animals “Humanely”.’

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Clips:

SoleCivil War’, Sound Scene Revolution ‘Interview with Leftöver Crack – Podcast 41’, Sole ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’.

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Farmer Wants a Wife contestant. Image from Geelong Advertiser.

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On this episode we analyse the TV shows ‘Farmer Wants a Wife’ and ‘Killing Eve’ from an animal rights perspective, including bringing in Nick’s article ‘The Silence of the Lambs: My Interview with an Australian Slaughterhouse Worker’.

We also discuss a bunch of other random shit including: COVID aliens and intergalactic students, our latest finds from the street, The Matrix as a trans allegory, leaves are problymatic, The Chaser article “I am being silenced!” claims most published woman alive (about JK Rowling) and the movie Something Like Summer.

Book recommendation:

Too Much and Never Enough – How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man by Mary L Trump.

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Clips:

NOFX ‘The Marxist Brothers’, CNNNN, Frances QuinlanRare Thing’.

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