In our final episode, we examine what it's like to be a journalist held hostage by one of the longest election campaigns in Australian history, Penny Wong's comments on the plebiscite, and Scott Morrison's painful revelations of discrimination.
In our final episode before election day, we talk the media's role in politics, Penny Wong on the plebiscite, and #Scomophobia.
In Episode 2, we talk about Malcolm Turnbull's innovative ideas boom, political opportunism in the wake of the Orlando shooting, and why Liberal candidate Chris Jermyn has been trolling pizza chains.
In Episode 1, Aamer Rahman talks political apathy, feminism, Recognise vs Treaty, and George Christensen's attempted turtle bribery with political pundit Heath Pickering, activist Nayuka Gorrie, and journalist Jarni Blakkarly.
The Australian hip hop star has taken to social media to call out racist commenters after images of men in blackface appeared online over the weekend.
For some of us Australia Day isn't cause for celebration. As Yorta Yorta rapper Briggs points out, "why would I stand for the national anthem? Number one, it doesn't stand for me and my people... number two, I'm mad lazy. I'm playing on my phone."
We talked to Rahman about the idea of reverse racism, Charlie Hebdo, and the place of politics in stand-up.