Bruce Shapiro on US politics; ten Federal Elections that shaped Australia; and deciphering corporate euphemisms
Bruce Shapiro discusses two significant US Supreme Court cases - one against Apple, and the other throwing into question the legal importance of precedent. We revisit ten Federal Elections that shaped Australia. And an analysis of corporate communications reveals how often, and why, euphemisms are deployed.
Ian Dunt talks us through the latest in British politics, Thomas D. Seeley explains how wild honeybees can save the beekeeping industry and Vanessa Finney delves deep into the photographic archives of the Australian Museum.
Bruce Shapiro discusses the latest from America including the Alabama abortion laws, we find out why women are not standing for election in India and what is happening with mass extinctions here in Australia
Morrison's election miracle. Andrew Reynolds discusses his new book: The Children of Harvey Milk. Making and trading books in the Dutch golden age.