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2147 - Jordan protests Gaza war plus AC Grayling on who owns the moon
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  • 2147 - Jordan protests Gaza war plus AC Grayling on who owns the moon

    In Jordan both the royal family and Palestinian Jordanians are protesting the war in Gaza, but Jordan's reliance on Israeli water is becoming a political obstacle to further action. And philosopher AC Grayling thinks we need to turn our attention to ownership disputes not on earth, but on the moon.

    Thu, 23 May 2024 - 54min
  • 2146 - Reporting 5km from the frontline and the history of undersea cables.

    Anastasia Taylor-Lind and Alisa Sopova met covering the war in Donetsk back in 2014. Since then they have captured the every day lives of people living close to the frontline. Aaron Bateman traces the history of global connection from radio to modern day undersea cables.

    Wed, 22 May 2024 - 54min
  • 2145 - UK politics, Stella Assange and how to fix France

    Stella Assange on what the latest court win means for Julian Assange, Ian Dunt assesses the initial pitches from Labor and the Conservatives in the election campaign and Nabila Ramdani busts a few myths about what France is really like, and how it should be fixed.

    Tue, 21 May 2024 - 54min
  • 2144 - Laura Tingle's Canberra, bird flu scare and Paul Salopek on his world trek

    7:30's Chief Political Correspondent Laura Tingle unpacks Peter Dutton's Budget reply speech. Then, a new strain of bird flu is wreaking havoc across the world; what's the risk to Australia? And finally we re-join national Geographic Explorer Paul Salopek in Georgia, 12 years into his Out of Eden walk.

    Mon, 20 May 2024 - 54min
  • 2143 - Why some people have more luck than others and the most likely path to nuclear war.

    Annie Jacobsen describes in chilling detail the steps that might lead to nuclear war and Mark Rank explains why some people are more vulnerable to the vagaries of luck and randomness than others.

    Thu, 16 May 2024 - 54min
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