Podcasts

Podcast
7am
7am is a daily news podcast brought to you by the publishers of The Saturday Paper and The Monthly.
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7am
May 27, 2022
As votes are still being counted in an election that has reshaped the political map. What do the results mean for the future of Australian politics?
7am
May 26, 2022
Leaked emails show how the Houston family responded to the scandal that may have ended their reign at the top of the Hillsong megachurch.
7am
May 25, 2022
Former Liberal leader and columnist for The Saturday Paper John Hewson on what went wrong for the Coalition on election night - and what lessons the party should take from the defeat.
7am
May 24, 2022
Rick Morton on the latest evidence in the Ben Roberts-Smith defamation case.
7am
May 23, 2022
Today — we go inside the Labor party at the moment it won victory.
Podcast
A new weekly culture podcast from the makers of 7am. Hosted by Osman Faruqi.
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The Culture
February 10, 2022
Indie music icon Mitski had already released five albums and received critical acclaim before her 2018 song ‘Nobody’ blew up on TikTok. On her new album, ‘Laurel Hell’, Mitski explores her relationship to the music industry and making art under capitalism, at a moment when she’s more famous than ever.
The Culture
February 3, 2022
With no promotion or monetisation, Wordle has grown a player base of over two million in a little less than three months. But what is it about this humble word game that has so many people addicted?
The Culture
November 30, 2021
Writer and musician Eilish Gilligan talks about the new release of Red, how the Taylor’s Version project is transforming the music industry, and the unique relationship she has with her fans.
The Culture
November 18, 2021
Grammy-nominated musician Courtney Barnett is one the most successful Australian artists performing right now. She’s just released her much-anticipated third studio album, ‘Things Take Time, Take Time’.
The Culture
November 5, 2021
Dave Chappelle is one of the most successful comedians in the world, and his latest Netflix special, ‘The Closer’, reportedly made him $20 million. The special has sparked a huge amount of backlash, prompting a staff walkout at Netflix, and calls for the special to be taken down.
The Culture
October 28, 2021
When the Real Housewives first aired 16 years ago it was written off as “trashy”. Feminist icon Gloria Steinem even called it "a minstrel show for women".
The Culture
October 21, 2021
After a two year break HBO’s ‘Succession’ is finally back for season three.
The Culture
October 14, 2021
With that one track, produced for less than $100, the rapper made history. ‘Old Town Road’ became the longest running single to sit at number one on the charts, and kicked off a debate about the definition of country music.
7am Special Series
A five-part investigative series examining the rise and fall of the MeToo movement in Australia, and what it will take for things to finally change. Hosted by Ruby Jones, the presenter of Australia's most popular daily news podcast, 7am.
Part 1
September 1, 2021
Ruby asks why Me Too stories are still so hard to tell in Australia - and why there is so much fear about speaking out and naming names.
Part 2
September 8, 2021
In episode two of Everybody Knows, Ruby Jones goes back to the beginning of MeToo in Australia in 2017. Why did the movement seem to run out of momentum here so quickly?
Part 3
September 14, 2021
In this episode, Ruby Jones speaks to some of the best known lawyers on either side of the Me Too movement in order to help her investigation.
7am Special Series
Climate change will kill you
In this new series, journalist Paddy Manning investigates the link between climate change and human health, and tells the stories of those who have become some of the first casualties of the climate crisis.
Part 1
January 5, 2021
From bushfires and heat, to floods, and the increasing severity of disease, Australians are already feeling the impacts of a warming planet.
Part 2
January 12, 2021
In 2011 the Queensland town of Grantham was inundated with rain, causing flash flooding. It had a devastating impact on the town’s residents. But events like this are predicted to become more common.
Part 3
January 19, 2021
From thunderstorm asthma to the increasing prevalence of infectious disease, a warming planet is already making us more sick.
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