Suri found herself in the midst of a trilogy by Tove Ditlevsen, Youth. A story about adolescence during World War II, diving into exploitative bosses, uninspiring boyfriends and a Nazi landlady, Tove is looking for real love and life to begin. Suri might've picked this one up just because of the pretty cover, but she was not disappointed.
On September 10, 2019, Donald Trump fired his national security advisor John Bolton. Bolton
insisted he resigned. Trump says he doesn’t need a real national security advisor because he is his
own advisor. Given this, what is the future of US foreign policy under Donald Trump? What are the
practical implications of this position? What are the implications of this for foreign policy challenges
the US faces? Doug Becker speaks with Jeffrey Fields, Robert Williams, Peter F. Trumbore, and
Rachel was lucky enough to chat to Sampa The Great ahead of her phenomenal sold-out gig at the Hollywood Avondale on saturday. Her latest album 'The Return' came out in september, and sees Sampa exploring homesickness, cultural diaspora and community as ways of grappling with her own spiritual identity. Listen back to hear about how these ideas informed her record, plus her thoughts on what it means to be a black woman working in Australia's burgeoning hip-hop industry. Ka rawe!
This week, Sam takes a look at the debut album from the British Two-Tone band the Specials "The Specials." Released in 1979, this album made an immediate impact leading the Two-Tone charge and contributing to a new socio-political environment in Thatcher UK.
Prince Charles and Camilla are coming to New Zealand in mid-November and their visit will include a trip to Waitangi. The visit has some groups calling for New Zealand to becom a republic and get rid of the Queen as our head of state. Lachlan spoke with Lewis Holden from NZ Republic about the royal visit.