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Australian Politics by The Guardian

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Overview

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

Episodes list
Name Released date
263 - The prospects of an Australian republic – and predictions for the federal budget Running Sep 21, 2022
262 - Is it too early to start talking about a republic? Your questions answered Sep 16, 2022
261 - Immigration minister Andrew Giles on Labor’s plan for building pathways to permanency Sep 09, 2022
260 - What remit will the federal Icac have - and has the jobs summit set a new path for government decision making? Sep 07, 2022
259 - Minister Julie Collins on Labor’s plan for Australia’s housing crisis Sep 02, 2022
258 - Ed Husic on innovation, migration and standing up to gas companies Aug 26, 2022
257 - Morrison’s secret portfolios – and is Australia’s economy broken? Aug 24, 2022
256 - Pat Conroy on Labor’s engagement with our Pacific neighbours Aug 19, 2022
255 - Tanya Plibersek on Labor’s plans for Australia’s environment Aug 12, 2022
254 - Can Labor build on the support for an Indigenous voice to parliament? Aug 10, 2022
253 - Chris Bowen on landmark climate legislation, negotiating with the Greens and what’s yet to come Aug 05, 2022
252 - Labor’s economic statement: how much trouble are we really in? Jul 29, 2022
251 - How will Labor tackle climate change and cost of living as parliament returns? Jul 27, 2022
250 - Belittling Labor’s 43% target is ‘crazy’: Felicity Wade on climate action Jul 22, 2022
249 - Adam Bandt on working with Labor on climate action Jul 15, 2022
248 - Can Labor confront the reality of Covid? Jul 13, 2022
247 - Dutton’s move to the right, the new parliament and kingmakers: your questions answered Jul 09, 2022
246 - Jim Chalmers on Labor’s economic plan for resilience during difficult times Jul 01, 2022
245 - Is the new Labor government ambitious enough? Jun 29, 2022
244 - Chris Bowen’s response to the energy crisis in Labor’s first fortnight Jun 10, 2022
243 - How will Peter Dutton and David Littleproud reshape the Coalition? Jun 03, 2022
242 - Will Peter Dutton help or hinder Anthony Albanese’s mandate? Jun 01, 2022
241 - Can Labor do anything to fix the problems in our economy? May 27, 2022
240 - After a wild ride, Labor wins historic 2022 federal election May 21, 2022
239 - Poll predictions, supply and confidence, and election-night drinking games: your campaign questions answered May 20, 2022
238 - Poll analysis: how could this election journey end? May 19, 2022
237 - Tax cuts v wage rises, leaked polling and extraordinary pork barrelling: your campaign questions answered May 12, 2022
236 - Gaffes, cutting spending and which Liberal politician would you rather be: your campaign questions answered May 06, 2022
235 - Policies not personalities a key factor in deciding Australia’s next government – Australian politics podcast May 04, 2022
234 - Preferences and why the Greens target progressive seats: your campaign questions answered Apr 29, 2022
233 - Dogwhistles and the battle for marginal seats: your campaign questions answered Apr 22, 2022
232 - Will female voters be the decisive force in Australia’s 2022 election? Apr 21, 2022
231 - From Albanese’s gaffe to protest votes: Guardian Australia’s politics team answers your campaign questions Apr 15, 2022
230 - Two election pitches for the future of Australia Apr 11, 2022
229 - Australian politics: Jim Chalmers on Labor’s road to the federal election Apr 08, 2022
228 - As the election nears Scott Morrison can’t escape his own reputation | Australian Politics podcast Apr 06, 2022
227 - ‘A tumultuous period’: Josh Frydenberg on being treasurer during Covid and the 2022 election Apr 01, 2022
226 - ‘It is time for change, we have to try something new’: Jacqui Lambie on the upcoming election Mar 25, 2022
225 - The floods have damaged Scott Morrison but it’s not over yet Mar 23, 2022
224 - Health to be a big decider in South Australian election Mar 18, 2022
223 - Penny Wong on Labor’s plans for rebuilding diplomatic relations Mar 11, 2022
222 - Australia as the 2022 election nears: is there a mood for change? Mar 09, 2022
221 - The global implications of the Russian invasion of Ukraine Mar 04, 2022
220 - Wages, inflation and cost of living: crucial issues ahead of Australia’s election Feb 25, 2022
219 - Essential poll analysis: Coalition’s national security scare campaign may have backfired Feb 24, 2022
218 - ‘Wild and ruthless’: Katharine Murphy on surprise rebellion and familiar tactics Feb 18, 2022
217 - Sex discrimination commissioner Kate Jenkins on a turning point in Australian politics Feb 11, 2022
216 - An increasingly tough election for Labor to win Feb 09, 2022
215 - Your questions answered by the Guardian’s Canberra bureau Feb 04, 2022
214 - Simon Birmingham on the budget forecast, economic recovery and the Jenkins review Dec 17, 2021