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Hack brings you the stories that matter to young people. Every weekday host Dave Marchese and the triple j Hack team cover the latest news, politics and culture from all around Australia.

2453 - The Shakeup: the end of single-sex schools, real-life Squid Game and landing planes
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  • 2453 - The Shakeup: the end of single-sex schools, real-life Squid Game and landing planes

    It's the Shakeup and we're asking if it's time to put single-sex schools in the bin.  Plus, Squid Game: The Challenge has topped the Netflix charts, but we're wondering if anyone actually watch the show it's based on?  And if it came down to it, do you think you could land a plane? Most men think they could.  Host Dave Marchese is joined by writer and presenter Elfy Scott and model and presenter Christian Wilkins.

    Fri, 01 Dec 2023 - 29min
  • 2452 - The needle spiking warning you need to hear before going overseas

    Two young Australians say they were needle spiked and then sexually assaulted while overseas. We're sharing their stories.  Plus, the world's biggest climate change talks are being held in a very controversial location. COP28 kicks off in Dubai.  Also, Israel and Gaza have agreed to extend the ceasefire.  And you might be ablest and not even realise it. Guests: Nas Campanella, ABC National Disability Affairs Reporter Evan Young, producer with the ABC's Specialist Reporting Team Riley Stuart, ABC digital producer

    Thu, 30 Nov 2023 - 29min
  • 2451 - Mewing and bone smashing: this is looksmaxxing

    Bruce Lehrmann is back in the courtroom with a defamation action against Network Ten and Lisa Wilkinson. We're unpacking the case so far.  Plus, looksmaxxing is making the rounds on social media. But is this male beauty trend actually an incel dog whistle?  And science communication needs to work harder to make us feel less hopeless. Guests: Patrick Bell, ABC reporter Brandon Sparks, senior lecturer, Kingston University London Dr Chris Ellis, medical doctor and PhD student, University of Sydney

    Wed, 29 Nov 2023 - 28min
  • 2450 - Have TV and movies doomed the future of teaching?

    A national vape ban has been declared and it kicks in on January 1st. Plus, we unpack the High Court of Australia's official reasoning for the immigration detention backflip that saw over 140 detainees released. And TV and movies portray teachers as losers and liars who'll eventually quit. So, do teachers need a massive rebrand to get more people into education degrees?  Guests: Mark Butler, Minister for Health and Aged Care Shalailah Medhora, Hack political reporter Hugh Gundlach, education lecturer, University of Melbourne

    Tue, 28 Nov 2023 - 28min
  • 2449 - Should sex toys be legal to sell anywhere?

    Department stores and chemists want to sell sex toys across the country, but right now it's illegal in some states. Plus, the federal government has struck a deal with the Greens to overhaul the Murry-Darling Basin Plan, but what does that mean for the environment and for communities on the rivers? And more than a hundred people have been charged after a huge protest at Newcastle's coal port over the weekend, including people who didn't actually protest. Guests: John Hall, regional Victoria cactus farmer Kate McBride, fifth-generation grazier and researcher at the Australia Institute Daniel Ziffer, ABC business reporter Lydia Shelly, President of the NSW Council for Civil Liberties

    Mon, 27 Nov 2023 - 29min
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