Archive for January, 2010
Today we are joined by Lord Christopher Monckton, British peer, mathematician, and former advisor to the Prime Minister.
Lord Monckton, currently in Australia on a speaking tour, is one of the most outspoken and influential anthropogenic climate change sceptics, bringing a level of passion and intellectual rigour which is often missing in public debate. He is [...]
Is downloading of copyrighted content theft? Should we reform the concepts of digital and intellectual property? Do new technologies like BitTorrent really require new criminal statutes or should record companies change their business models? Is the criminalisation of file sharing really just protecting the interests of mega corporations?
Tonight we welcome to the show David Crafti, [...]
In tonight’s show we bring you a gripping interview with American film maker Brent Leung, whose documentary on AIDS, House of Numbers, has collected a swag of awards at film festivals across the United States. The interview was conducted on the Radio Skid Row 88.9 FM breakfast show in Sydney on 21 Jan 2010.
The film [...]
We lead tonight with news that Google is pulling out of China, amid renewed threats from top US military figures against Iran. We analyse these developments with an eye to the bigger picture of geoplitical strategy and note that this is bound to strengthen ties between China and Iran, as the stand-off over Iran’s nuclear [...]
DISCLAIMER - 28 Jan 2010: It has been reported that the above image is not an actual scan image.
TNRA returns to the airwaves with our first show for 2010!
We lead with Obama’s announcement yesterday of new stringent measures to heighten airline security and improve intelligence gathering in relation to terrorist threats. We present this [...]