The Politics Podcast

The Politics Podcast

From The Monthly and LiSTNR comes The Politics Podcast, a new daily podcast that cuts through the noise and delivers you the in-depth analysis of the moments that defined the day in politics. Hosted by The Monthly journalist Rachel Withers,

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Season 1


In deep water: Greens are being urged to fall into line

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores as climate-fuelled flooding hits Australia again, the Greens are being urged to fall into line on an insufficient 2030 target. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

In deep water: Greens are being urged to fall into line

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores as climate-fuelled flooding hits Australia again, the Greens are being urged to fall into line on an insufficient 2030 target. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:40

EP61 - S1

4 Jul 22

Taken to task: Health and welfare advocates show outrage at Labor

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why health and welfare advocates have expressed outrage at Labor for leaving several Coalition decisions in place. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Taken to task: Health and welfare advocates show outrage at Labor

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why health and welfare advocates have expressed outrage at Labor for leaving several Coalition decisions in place. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

08:45

EP60 - S1

1 Jul 22

Taking stock: The new government announces more reviews into the old one’s messes

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how from vaccines to carbon credits, the new government announces more reviews into the old one’s messes. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Taking stock: The new government announces more reviews into the old one’s messes

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how from vaccines to carbon credits, the new government announces more reviews into the old one’s messes. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:16

EP59 - S1

30 Jun 22

The tool of the trade: What made John Barilaro think he could get away?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers asks what made John Barilaro and the NSW Coalition think they could get away with such blatant nepotism? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

The tool of the trade: What made John Barilaro think he could get away?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers asks what made John Barilaro and the NSW Coalition think they could get away with such blatant nepotism? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:20

EP58 - S1

29 Jun 22

Census and sensibility: this is clearly no longer Scott Morrison’s Australia

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how between the census data and orientation day for incoming MPs, this is clearly no longer Scott Morrison’s Australia, if it ever was. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Census and sensibility: this is clearly no longer Scott Morrison’s Australia

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how between the census data and orientation day for incoming MPs, this is clearly no longer Scott Morrison’s Australia, if it ever was. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:19

EP57 - S1

28 Jun 22

Very cross bench: Labor appeals to fairness

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how Labor appeals to fairness to justify a crossbench staffing decision that looks distinctly unfair. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Very cross bench: Labor appeals to fairness

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how Labor appeals to fairness to justify a crossbench staffing decision that looks distinctly unfair. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:37

EP56 - S1

27 Jun 22

The third cut is the deepest: Are the Greens actually doing Labor a favour?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains if the Greens actually doing Labor a favour by pressing it to drop the Stage Three tax cuts? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

The third cut is the deepest: Are the Greens actually doing Labor a favour?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains if the Greens actually doing Labor a favour by pressing it to drop the Stage Three tax cuts? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:34

EP55 - S1

24 Jun 22

Voice control: Who gets to have a say on Indigenous affairs

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how once again, conservatives are attempting to police who gets to have a say on Indigenous affairs Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Voice control: Who gets to have a say on Indigenous affairs

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how once again, conservatives are attempting to police who gets to have a say on Indigenous affairs Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:31

EP54 - S1

23 Jun 22

Market reset: How much of a political reset will this crisis prove to be?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores with the energy market suspension ending tonight, just how much of a political reset will this crisis prove to be? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Market reset: How much of a political reset will this crisis prove to be?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores with the energy market suspension ending tonight, just how much of a political reset will this crisis prove to be? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:01

EP53 - S1

22 Jun 22

Slow on the uptake: Coalition dunderheaded with climate and energy

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how the Coalition accuses Labor of a “go-slow”, but it’s the Coalition that is especially dunderheaded when it comes to climate and energy Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Slow on the uptake: Coalition dunderheaded with climate and energy

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how the Coalition accuses Labor of a “go-slow”, but it’s the Coalition that is especially dunderheaded when it comes to climate and energy Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

06:36

EP52 - S1

21 Jun 22

An upper house divided: Can Labor and the Greens work together?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains with the Senate confirmed to have a left-leaning majority, can Labor and the Greens work together to achieve progressive outcomes? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

An upper house divided: Can Labor and the Greens work together?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains with the Senate confirmed to have a left-leaning majority, can Labor and the Greens work together to achieve progressive outcomes? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:56

EP51 - S1

20 Jun 22

Secret leaders’ business: National cabinet remains shrouded in secrecy

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses how the National cabinet enters a new era of congeniality, but remains shrouded in secrecy. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Secret leaders’ business: National cabinet remains shrouded in secrecy

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses how the National cabinet enters a new era of congeniality, but remains shrouded in secrecy. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:00

EP50 - S1

17 Jun 22

Picture imperfect: Two recent Labor achievements are also reminders of the party’s progressive shortcomings

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how two recent Labor achievements are also reminders of the party’s progressive shortcomings Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Picture imperfect: Two recent Labor achievements are also reminders of the party’s progressive shortcomings

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how two recent Labor achievements are also reminders of the party’s progressive shortcomings Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:07

EP49 - S1

16 Jun 22

The magic pen: Morrison’s bizarre suggestion has been put to bed

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses how today’s increase to the minimum wage puts to bed Morrison’s bizarre suggestion that better wasn’t possible Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

The magic pen: Morrison’s bizarre suggestion has been put to bed

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses how today’s increase to the minimum wage puts to bed Morrison’s bizarre suggestion that better wasn’t possible Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

06:59

EP48 - S1

15 Jun 22

Bursting into blame: Will the Australian public accept the obvious fallacy that all current crises are of Labor’s making?

 In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores whether the Australian public accept the obvious fallacy that all current crises are of Labor’s making? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Bursting into blame: Will the Australian public accept the obvious fallacy that all current crises are of Labor’s making?

 In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores whether the Australian public accept the obvious fallacy that all current crises are of Labor’s making? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:46

EP47 - S1

14 Jun 22

The Opposition leaker: Dutton is willing to risk national security for political gain

In today's episode, Nick Feik explores how former defence minister Peter Dutton has shown he is willing to risk national security for political gain. Read by Sally Knight.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

The Opposition leaker: Dutton is willing to risk national security for political gain

In today's episode, Nick Feik explores how former defence minister Peter Dutton has shown he is willing to risk national security for political gain. Read by Sally Knight.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

08:53

EP46 - S1

10 Jun 22

Greens card: The Greens will be crucial players

In today's episode, Nick Feik explains the time to transition to a low-carbon economy is right now, and the Greens will be crucial players. Read by Sally Knight.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Greens card: The Greens will be crucial players

In today's episode, Nick Feik explains the time to transition to a low-carbon economy is right now, and the Greens will be crucial players. Read by Sally Knight.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

08:06

EP45 - S1

9 Jun 22

It’s not easy, with the Greens: Labor must reconcile with the Greens

In today's episode, Nick Feik explores how in an era of declining support for the major parties, Labor must reconcile with the Greens. Read by Sally Knight.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

It’s not easy, with the Greens: Labor must reconcile with the Greens

In today's episode, Nick Feik explores how in an era of declining support for the major parties, Labor must reconcile with the Greens. Read by Sally Knight.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:49

EP44 - S1

8 Jun 22

No time for a honeymoon: Albanese must focus on the long game

In today's episode, Nick Feik explores how facing escalating challenges at home and abroad, the Albanese government must focus on the long game. Read by Sally Knight.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

No time for a honeymoon: Albanese must focus on the long game

In today's episode, Nick Feik explores how facing escalating challenges at home and abroad, the Albanese government must focus on the long game. Read by Sally Knight.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:31

EP43 - S1

7 Jun 22

It’ll be all white on the night: Dutton's new cabinet leaves a lot to be desired

In today's episode, Nick Feik explains why the “diversity” in Peter Dutton’s new shadow cabinet leaves a lot to be desired. Read by Sally Knight. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

It’ll be all white on the night: Dutton's new cabinet leaves a lot to be desired

In today's episode, Nick Feik explains why the “diversity” in Peter Dutton’s new shadow cabinet leaves a lot to be desired. Read by Sally Knight. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

08:50

EP42 - S1

6 Jun 22

Introducing Post: News in Five

From The Saturday Paper and LiSTNR comes Post: News in Five, a daily podcast bringing you the top five news headlines in just five minutes. It means you’ll know what’s going on, why it’s going on and where it’s going next in the time it takes to make a coffee. No sugar for us, thanks. Hear new episodes every weekday morning by 8.30am. Download the LiSTNR app and search Post: News in Five to listen for free.

Introducing Post: News in Five

From The Saturday Paper and LiSTNR comes Post: News in Five, a daily podcast bringing you the top five news headlines in just five minutes. It means you’ll know what’s going on, why it’s going on and where it’s going next in the time it takes to make a coffee. No sugar for us, thanks. Hear new episodes every weekday morning by 8.30am. Download the LiSTNR app and search Post: News in Five to listen for free.

01:20

5 Jun 22

The twilight of her reign: The Queen, Mabo and the impending culture war

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores all things the Queen, Mabo and the impending culture war.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

The twilight of her reign: The Queen, Mabo and the impending culture war

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores all things the Queen, Mabo and the impending culture war.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:20

EP41 - S1

3 Jun 22

Gaslight on the hill: Labor’s energy minister’s door may be open, but is that true of his mind?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains that Labor’s energy minister’s door may be open, but is that true of his mind? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Gaslight on the hill: Labor’s energy minister’s door may be open, but is that true of his mind?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains that Labor’s energy minister’s door may be open, but is that true of his mind? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

06:59

EP40 - S1

2 Jun 22

Work in progress: For how long do we pretend “better than the Coalition” equals “good enough”?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers unpacks for how long do we pretend “better than the Coalition” equals “good enough”? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Work in progress: For how long do we pretend “better than the Coalition” equals “good enough”?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers unpacks for how long do we pretend “better than the Coalition” equals “good enough”? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

06:47

EP39 - S1

1 Jun 22

Salient majority: How collaborative is Labor really going to be?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses how collaborative is a majority Labor government really going to be.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Salient majority: How collaborative is Labor really going to be?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses how collaborative is a majority Labor government really going to be.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:13

EP38 - S1

31 May 22

Changing the curtains: The Nats prove themselves slightly more capable than the Libs

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the Nationals prove themselves slightly more capable of listening than the recalcitrant Liberals.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Changing the curtains: The Nats prove themselves slightly more capable than the Libs

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the Nationals prove themselves slightly more capable of listening than the recalcitrant Liberals.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:56

EP37 - S1

30 May 22

Smirk on the water: Morrison’s final act

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses why Morrison’s final act as PM was a fitting reflection of his time in office. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Smirk on the water: Morrison’s final act

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses why Morrison’s final act as PM was a fitting reflection of his time in office. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

06:50

EP36 - S1

27 May 22

Desperately tweaking Sussan: Another sign that the Liberal Party isn’t listening

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses how Ley for deputy would be yet another sign that the Liberal Party isn’t listening.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Desperately tweaking Sussan: Another sign that the Liberal Party isn’t listening

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses how Ley for deputy would be yet another sign that the Liberal Party isn’t listening.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

06:52

EP35 - S1

26 May 22

Same same but Dutton: The electorate won’t forget who Peter Dutton is

*Includes coarse language In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the electorate won’t forget who Peter Dutton is, no matter how much the Liberal Party tries to rebrand him Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.  

Same same but Dutton: The electorate won’t forget who Peter Dutton is

*Includes coarse language In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the electorate won’t forget who Peter Dutton is, no matter how much the Liberal Party tries to rebrand him Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.  

07:55

EP34 - S1

25 May 22

Green light: A clear directive to go further on climate

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how the Labor Party has a clear directive from the electorate to go further on climate. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Green light: A clear directive to go further on climate

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how the Labor Party has a clear directive from the electorate to go further on climate. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:59

EP33 - S1

24 May 22

Soul-searching: A sign that the Coaltion should lurch further to the right

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses if the Coalition stupid enough to take this loss as a sign that it should lurch further to the right? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Soul-searching: A sign that the Coaltion should lurch further to the right

In today's episode, Rachel Withers discusses if the Coalition stupid enough to take this loss as a sign that it should lurch further to the right? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:50

EP32 - S1

23 May 22

A change is as good as a Hawaiian holiday: Should he succeed

In today's episode, Rachel Withers decides if Scott Morrison should succeed in securing another election “miracle” and how a changed Scott Morrison will be even worse.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

A change is as good as a Hawaiian holiday: Should he succeed

In today's episode, Rachel Withers decides if Scott Morrison should succeed in securing another election “miracle” and how a changed Scott Morrison will be even worse.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

08:38

EP31 - S1

20 May 22

Sunk cost: Was Labor’s modest deficit gap really worth two days of tantrums?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores if Labor’s modest deficit gap really worth two days of tantrums. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Sunk cost: Was Labor’s modest deficit gap really worth two days of tantrums?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores if Labor’s modest deficit gap really worth two days of tantrums. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:26

EP30 - S1

19 May 22

At what cost: The press pack is laser focused on something voters don’t really care about

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how the press pack is laser focused on something voters don’t really care about. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

At what cost: The press pack is laser focused on something voters don’t really care about

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how the press pack is laser focused on something voters don’t really care about. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:34

EP29 - S1

18 May 22

Alpha-beta soup: Morrison fails to get why women are leaving the Coalition

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how a toxic op-ed about Morrison being an “alpha male” fails to grasp why women are abandoning the Coalition.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Alpha-beta soup: Morrison fails to get why women are leaving the Coalition

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how a toxic op-ed about Morrison being an “alpha male” fails to grasp why women are abandoning the Coalition.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:09

EP28 - S1

17 May 22

The loosest unit: The Coalition doesn’t know nor care

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the Coalition doesn’t know how much its superannuation housing policy will raise prices, nor does it care Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon. (Language Warning: Discretion Advised)

The loosest unit: The Coalition doesn’t know nor care

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the Coalition doesn’t know how much its superannuation housing policy will raise prices, nor does it care Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon. (Language Warning: Discretion Advised)

06:56

EP27 - S1

16 May 22

Bulldozer or bullduster: Morrison's most sinister lie yet

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how Scott Morrison’s promise to change is his most sinister lie yet. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Bulldozer or bullduster: Morrison's most sinister lie yet

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how Scott Morrison’s promise to change is his most sinister lie yet. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:52

EP26 - S1

13 May 22

Buried treasurer: will Frydenberg turn on the PM?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers quizzes with Morrison having sold out his treasurer whether Frydenberg turn on the PM to save himself? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Buried treasurer: will Frydenberg turn on the PM?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers quizzes with Morrison having sold out his treasurer whether Frydenberg turn on the PM to save himself? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:39

EP25 - S1

12 May 22

Playing us for mugs: The PM’s claim the minimum wage will blow up the economy

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the PM’s claim – that a fair increase to the minimum wage will blow up the economy – is as illogical as it is cruel.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Playing us for mugs: The PM’s claim the minimum wage will blow up the economy

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the PM’s claim – that a fair increase to the minimum wage will blow up the economy – is as illogical as it is cruel.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:45

EP24 - S1

11 May 22

Yellow-bellied ‘moderates’: Who do the independents support?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how the Liberals demand to know who the independents would support, but refuse to explain what deals they have with Clive Palmer Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Yellow-bellied ‘moderates’: Who do the independents support?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how the Liberals demand to know who the independents would support, but refuse to explain what deals they have with Clive Palmer Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

08:10

EP23 - S1

10 May 22

Strongman politics: An insult to Australian women

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why last night’s atrocious leaders’ debate was an insult to Australian women. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Strongman politics: An insult to Australian women

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why last night’s atrocious leaders’ debate was an insult to Australian women. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:59

EP22 - S1

9 May 22

Testing times: Bullying a prime ministerial candidate

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why journalists have convinced themselves that they are doing a public service in openly bullying a prime ministerial candidate. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Testing times: Bullying a prime ministerial candidate

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why journalists have convinced themselves that they are doing a public service in openly bullying a prime ministerial candidate. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:57

EP21 - S1

6 May 22

Toxic Scott syndrome: Scott Morrison’s toxicity is corroding our democracy

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how she feels Scott Morrison’s toxicity is corroding our democracy. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Toxic Scott syndrome: Scott Morrison’s toxicity is corroding our democracy

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how she feels Scott Morrison’s toxicity is corroding our democracy. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:52

EP20 - S1

5 May 22

Equality control: Anne Ruston has been laughed out of the room

In today's episode, Rachel Withers elaborates on how Anne Ruston’s claim that “no government has done more to support Australia’s women” has been laughed out of the room. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Equality control: Anne Ruston has been laughed out of the room

In today's episode, Rachel Withers elaborates on how Anne Ruston’s claim that “no government has done more to support Australia’s women” has been laughed out of the room. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:09

EP19 - S1

4 May 22

Undercooked: Is there anything Scott Morrison won’t lie about?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores from the economy to corruption watchdogs to chicken curry whether there is anything Scott Morrison won’t lie about. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Undercooked: Is there anything Scott Morrison won’t lie about?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores from the economy to corruption watchdogs to chicken curry whether there is anything Scott Morrison won’t lie about. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:09

EP18 - S1

3 May 22

Realty bites: Two housing policies not addressing the problem

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores two housing policies, both alike in not addressing the root of the problem. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Realty bites: Two housing policies not addressing the problem

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores two housing policies, both alike in not addressing the root of the problem. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:02

EP17 - S1

2 May 22

Battle of hustings: Press pack grills Labor over Albanese’s absence

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how Australians are feeling the squeeze, while the press pack grills Labor over Albanese’s absence Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Battle of hustings: Press pack grills Labor over Albanese’s absence

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how Australians are feeling the squeeze, while the press pack grills Labor over Albanese’s absence Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

08:00

EP16 - S1

29 Apr 22

Is it the economy or not, stupid? : The economic downturn out of its control

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how the government says you can’t trust Labor to manage the economy, but also that the economic downturn is out of its control Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Is it the economy or not, stupid? : The economic downturn out of its control

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how the government says you can’t trust Labor to manage the economy, but also that the economic downturn is out of its control Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:02

EP15 - S1

28 Apr 22

A teal fight on their hands: Things are not looking good for the “moderate” Liberals

In today's episode, Rachel Withers looks between the reignited climate wars and the ever-present culture wars and discovers things are not looking good for the “moderate” Liberals Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

A teal fight on their hands: Things are not looking good for the “moderate” Liberals

In today's episode, Rachel Withers looks between the reignited climate wars and the ever-present culture wars and discovers things are not looking good for the “moderate” Liberals Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

08:16

EP14 - S1

27 Apr 22

War footling: Is this the moment the Coalition’s ill-founded status as “better on national security” comes unstuck?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers uncovers if this the moment the Coalition’s ill-founded status as “better on national security” comes unstuck. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

War footling: Is this the moment the Coalition’s ill-founded status as “better on national security” comes unstuck?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers uncovers if this the moment the Coalition’s ill-founded status as “better on national security” comes unstuck. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

06:46

EP13 - S1

26 Apr 22

A narrow focus: week two of the election campaign's real issue

In today's episode, Rachel Withers debunks what were the real issues that defined week two of the election campaign? (And no, it wasn’t Albanese getting COVID).  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.  

A narrow focus: week two of the election campaign's real issue

In today's episode, Rachel Withers debunks what were the real issues that defined week two of the election campaign? (And no, it wasn’t Albanese getting COVID).  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.  

07:55

EP12 - S1

22 Apr 22

A blessing and a cause: Morrison’s gaffe should spark a more important debate

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how Morrison’s gaffe about being “blessed” not to have disabled children should spark a more important debate about the NDIS. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

A blessing and a cause: Morrison’s gaffe should spark a more important debate

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how Morrison’s gaffe about being “blessed” not to have disabled children should spark a more important debate about the NDIS. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:30

EP11 - S1

21 Apr 22

The ‘culture war’ election: The PM paints controversial candidate as a victim of “cancel culture”

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how the PM paints controversial candidate Katherine Deves as a victim of “cancel culture”.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

The ‘culture war’ election: The PM paints controversial candidate as a victim of “cancel culture”

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explores how the PM paints controversial candidate Katherine Deves as a victim of “cancel culture”.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:20

EP10 - S1

20 Apr 22

The art of the deal: both parties have ruled out deals with the crossbench

In today’s episode, Rachel Withers talks towards the day's happenings as both parties have ruled out deals with the crossbench – a promise that may prove impossible to keep. And the polls are only getting tighter. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

The art of the deal: both parties have ruled out deals with the crossbench

In today’s episode, Rachel Withers talks towards the day's happenings as both parties have ruled out deals with the crossbench – a promise that may prove impossible to keep. And the polls are only getting tighter. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:27

EP09 - S1

19 Apr 22

Questions of integrity: How can Liberals want an integrity commission but won’t deliver one?

In today’s episode, Rachel Withers explores how can moderate Liberals profess to want an integrity commission while asking voters to support a party that won’t deliver one. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Questions of integrity: How can Liberals want an integrity commission but won’t deliver one?

In today’s episode, Rachel Withers explores how can moderate Liberals profess to want an integrity commission while asking voters to support a party that won’t deliver one. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:37

EP08 - S1

14 Apr 22

VoteSeeker: Attention turns to a Labor fail that actually matters

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why attention is turning to a Labor fail that actually matters. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

VoteSeeker: Attention turns to a Labor fail that actually matters

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why attention is turning to a Labor fail that actually matters. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:41

EP07 - S1

13 Apr 22

The blight of his popularity: The PM desperately doesn’t want the election to be a referendum on his character, because it’s one he’d certainly lose

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the PM desperately doesn’t want the election to be a referendum on his character, because it’s one he’d certainly lose. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

The blight of his popularity: The PM desperately doesn’t want the election to be a referendum on his character, because it’s one he’d certainly lose

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why the PM desperately doesn’t want the election to be a referendum on his character, because it’s one he’d certainly lose. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:46

EP06 - S1

12 Apr 22

Questions and non-answers: Both leaders failed to answer questions on the first day of the campaign, but whose non-answer really matters?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how both leaders failed to answer questions on the first day of the campaign, but whose non-answer really matters? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Questions and non-answers: Both leaders failed to answer questions on the first day of the campaign, but whose non-answer really matters?

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains how both leaders failed to answer questions on the first day of the campaign, but whose non-answer really matters? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

08:11

EP05 - S1

11 Apr 22

Crumb maidens: The loyal women of the Liberal Party are willing to use “feminism” whenever and however it suits them

In today’s episode, Rachel Withers talks towards how the loyal women of the Liberal Party are willing to use “feminism” whenever and however it suits them.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Crumb maidens: The loyal women of the Liberal Party are willing to use “feminism” whenever and however it suits them

In today’s episode, Rachel Withers talks towards how the loyal women of the Liberal Party are willing to use “feminism” whenever and however it suits them.  Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:10

EP04 - S1

8 Apr 22

The not-so-quiet Australians: Why should struggling Australians have to accost the PM in a pub to have their problems heard?

In today’s episode, Rachel Withers explains why should struggling Australians have to accost the PM in a pub to have their problems heard? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.  

The not-so-quiet Australians: Why should struggling Australians have to accost the PM in a pub to have their problems heard?

In today’s episode, Rachel Withers explains why should struggling Australians have to accost the PM in a pub to have their problems heard? Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.  

07:48

EP03 - S1

7 Apr 22

Bilge artist: Morrison’s claim that he is “standing up for women” is repugnant

Morrison’s claim that he is “standing up for women” is repugnant, says Rachel Withers in today's episode of The Politics Podcast.   Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Bilge artist: Morrison’s claim that he is “standing up for women” is repugnant

Morrison’s claim that he is “standing up for women” is repugnant, says Rachel Withers in today's episode of The Politics Podcast.   Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:39

EP02 - S1

6 Apr 22

'Unbelievable': With allegations and counter allegations stacking up, it’s getting harder and harder to believe a word the PM says.

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why, with allegations and counter allegations stacking up, it’s getting harder and harder to believe a word the PM says. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

'Unbelievable': With allegations and counter allegations stacking up, it’s getting harder and harder to believe a word the PM says.

In today's episode, Rachel Withers explains why, with allegations and counter allegations stacking up, it’s getting harder and harder to believe a word the PM says. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

07:51

EP01 - S1

5 Apr 22

The Politics Podcast: Your daily analysis of the moments that matter, coming soon

From The Monthly and LiSTNR, this is The Politics. I’m Rachel Withers, and in this brand new daily podcast, I’ll be bringing you in-depth analysis of the moments that defined the day in politics.

The Politics Podcast: Your daily analysis of the moments that matter, coming soon

From The Monthly and LiSTNR, this is The Politics. I’m Rachel Withers, and in this brand new daily podcast, I’ll be bringing you in-depth analysis of the moments that defined the day in politics.

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