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How many deaths are acceptable in warfare and how many are excessive? Does having a lower body-count automatically mean you win a war? And most importantly, who does the counting. On Big Ideas, Oxford historian Erica Charters challenges the quantitat... more
Is there a silver lining in the seemingly never ending COVID-19 pandemic? Might there be opportunities, if we can learn right lessons, to emerge from the pandemic with a determination build back better? Some hope, ultimately, the pandemic will help r... more
Can I interest you in some pasta fortified with crickets or a burger made from plants which looks like meat? This may not sound immediately appetising but, as the world population grows and climate change bites, the hunt is on for alternative sources... more
I am desperately interested in your message, however you speak too fast for me and, your message is lost. It is like a machine gun. Communication is the message received.
Comprehensive research on interesting and relevant topics.
Your AFL story forgot (??) to mention they make all those $$$mil while paying peppercorn rent on prime real estate (home grounds on public land) provided originally on the basis of ‘not for profit’ sports clubs. Time to make the ALF pay for the privilege.
These are some fantastic ideas shared in this podcast. I listen to them first thing on ABC radio, but implore podcast enthusiasts to give this series a patient listen.
I had the same experience as a blonde woman when I dyed my hair brown - instantly given more respect 🤨
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Big Ideas launched 16 years ago and published 1381 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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