With just 12 days left in Australia’s election campaign, Malcolm Turnbull judges his nuts. Rakeâ€™s Cleaver Greene notices a shift in the political rhetoric. And Nicholas Fryer offers some advice about… something or other.
In this episode, there’s talk of crime and murder, politics and peculiarities, Syria and squid.
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- Audio of Cleaver Greene (Richard Roxburgh) from Rake series 4 episode 5 via ABC TV.
- Labor’s war on the economy will cost jobs, Liberal Party of Australia.
- ‘Fake Tradie’ is real according to Liberal Party spokesman, ABC News, 20 June 2016.
- Election 2016: David Feeney didn’t declare $2.3m house and ‘doesn’t know’ if it’s negatively geared, Sydney Morning Herald, 17 May 2-16.
- Labor candidate quits over Hizb ut-Tahrir, News.com.au, 20 June 2016.
- Liberal candidate described as ‘a passionate supporter of small business’ forced to resign as a candidate after he ‘failed to declare he owns a brothel’, Daily Mail, 11 June 2016.
- Liberal candidate Chris Jermyn unable to detail his party’s Medicare policy, Nine News, 28 May 2016.
- Audio of Scott Morrison from Scott Morrison takes Coalition scare campaign to the brink of parody, The Guardian, 15 June 2016.
- How Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara bungled the murder of Jamie Gao, ABC TV’s 7.30, 15 July 2016.
- Nicholas Fryer may be found at nickfryer.net.
- The #FreeAustinTice Campaign, On the Media, 1 June 2016.
- The 9pm Edict theme by mansardian via The Freesound Project.
- Edict fanfare by neonaeon, via The Freesound Project.
- Elephant Stamp theme by Joshua Mehlman.
- Photograph of the Trinity atmospheric nuclear test, July 1945, by the US Government via Wikimedia Commons.
[Photo: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during a press conference in Sydney on Monday. Sydney Morning Herald / Andrew Meares.]