The 9pm Assassination Coordinates

Twitter CEO Elon Musk seen at the 2020 Satellite Conference and Exhibition, 9 March 2020 in Washington, DC. What does that hand gesture mean, I wonder? (Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Once again there’s so many things happening, but in this episode of The 9pm Edict podcast we simply must talk about Space Karen and his bizarre management style at his new $44 billion plaything, Twitter.

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The 9pm Underwater Doomsday Conversation with H I Sutton

Defence analyst H I Sutton and one of his submarine illustrations. (Photo: Supplied)

Finally, it’s time to talk about submarines. The spring series of The 9pm Edict continues with a conversation about what submarines in the 21st century can and can’t do with defence analyst and illustrator H I Sutton of Covert Shores.

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The 9pm State of Lenny Kravitz’s Underpants with David F Porteous

David F Porteous
David F Porteous expresses joy at the elevation of Rishi Sunak to the role of Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. (Photo: Supplied)

As the spring series of The 9pm Edict continues, Rishi Sunak becomes the new prime minister of the UK — at least at the time of recording — so who better to join us than Scottish author and social researcher David F Porteous?

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The 9pm Reinvention of All the Things in the UK, US, and Australia

Liz Truss resigns as Prime Minister of the UK, 20 October 2022. (Photo: Daniel Leal/AFP via Getty Images) Inset: Front page of British newspaper The Sun, 22 October 2022.

There’s so much happening at once! In this episode of The 9pm Edict podcast, it’s all the excitement of history being made — for 45 days.

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The 9pm Curiously Circular Ham and Potato with John Birmingham

John Birmingham is loomed over by a chicken parmigiana, for reasons which are explained in the podcast. (Photo: Supplied; schnitzel photo and digital imaging: Stilgherrian)

The spring series of The 9pm Edict continues with another visit from author, columnist, and man of words in so many, many dubious contexts, John Birmingham.

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