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This podcast is closing. We really love having you listen to RN but we need to let you know that we’ll be closing our subject based podcasts (don’t worry—we aren’t cancelling any shows). To keep hearing stories and interviews from RN, search for your favourite shows in the ABC Radio App or subscribe in your preferred podcasting app. If you’re looking for something new to wrap your ears around, visit the RN website where there’s plenty for you to discover.
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In honour of the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web being public Marc Fennell sits down with the creator of the world wide web Sir Tim Berners Lee. Marc also meets the man who built the original Apple computer Steve Wozniak. He opens up about the early days of Apple, Steve Jobs, his love of segways, his life time of pranks and much much more.
We really love having you listen to RN but we need to let you know that we’ll be closing our subject podcasts (don’t worry—we aren’t cancelling any shows). To keep hearing stories and interviews from RN, search for your favourite shows in the ABC Radio App or subscribe in your preferred podcasting app.
As he launches a new LGBTIQ research centre, former High Court Judge Michael Kirby says there's still a great deal we can learn from Alfred Kinsey's studies on human sexuality published nearly 70 years ago.
How does an atrocity become an act of creative transformation?
East West Street

East West Street

2016-08-2400:36:11

Barrister, international lawyer and author Philippe Sand on how he discovered the story of his own family's murder by the Nazis during World War Two and the subsequent efforts of Jewish legal minds to sow the seeds for human rights law at the Nuremberg trials.
A perceived refugee crisis in Europe is affecting voting patterns around the world.
Dina Gold's quest to reclaim her family's property in Germany, stolen by the Nazis
The constraints and barriers which prevented scores of talented musicians from performing or pursuing their careers.
What sort of change in thinking is needed in Europe right now?
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