This week we look at the way forward for Greece, how to stop ISIS in its tracks and how the US has fixed the same sex marriage issue.
Fixing Greece, ISIS and Gay Marriage
Jun/29/2015 Trump, Waterloo, the Grexit, the Solstice and the Bees
Balls is not shrinking, despite the cold weather. In fact, it’s a long episode for the shortest day. Sit back, rug up and take it all in.
Trump, Waterloo, the Grexit, the Solstice and the Bees
Jun/22/2015 Fixing Greece, ISIS and Gay Marriage
Balls Radio
29 Jun 2015

Professor Steve Keen explains how Greece and Europe reached their stand-off, and what he thinks will happen next.

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29 Jun 2015

The UK Prime Minister promised a referendum on Europe to get himself elected. Now he's got the job his views seem clear and he's ready to campaign to stay in.

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29 Jun 2015

The UK has been rocked by the massacre on a beach in Tunisia. Balls Radio asks John Dobbie if the tourist industry there can expect to survive?

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29 Jun 2015

The ABC quickly apologised for featuring Zaky Mallah on Q and A last week. But, to resolve the issue of radicalism, don't you need to hear from a few of them?

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29 Jun 2015

Bobby Jindal and Chris Christie are two more GOP candidates adding comedic value to the Presidential race in the US. Richard Kazimer has more.

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29 Jun 2015

The Confederate Flag has become a symbol of hate in the US, particularly after last week's hate crime in South Carolina. As Richard Kazimer reports, many retailers now refuse to sell it.

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29 Jun 2015

What do you do when you don't want to upset a big trading partner, without snubbing your mates in the spy-ring. Perhaps New Zealand has the answer.

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29 Jun 2015

If you thought Sydney house prices have gone through the roof, Auckland is an even worse storey (sorry, story)

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29 Jun 2015

Schools in New Zealand are short of staff because of a backlog created by a new law requiring vetting of workers responsible for children. More than 50,000 are in the queue!

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29 Jun 2015

This week Phil Dobbie and Brian Haverty have two great ways of stopping ISIS in its tracks. You'll be amazed at the simplicity of the solution.

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29 Jun 2015

England is doing well in the Womens World Cup, even if, as John Dobbie contests, some of the commentary is a little condescending.

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29 Jun 2015

Kanye West's headline act at Glastonbury this year was embarrassing, by most accounts. John Dobbie reports on that, smelly Scots and skinny jeans.

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29 Jun 2015

It's not just gay marriage the Supreme Court endorsed this week. They also fought off an attack on America's Affordable Healthcare Act.

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29 Jun 2015

Sarah Palin, former Governor of Alaaska, has been ditched by Murdoch's right wing alleged news channel Fox News. Richard Kazimer says she's not the only one.

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29 Jun 2015

This week we look at the way forward for Greece, how to stop ISIS in its tracks and how the US has fixed the same sex marriage issue.

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23 Jun 2015

Arnold Schwarzenegger beat the Pope to it when saying climate change is real and man made.

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23 Jun 2015

Just how many GOP candidates will there be for the Presidency. The latest to throw his toupee in the ring is billionaire Donald Trump.

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23 Jun 2015

Rachel Dolezal reckons she's as black as they come - even though her parents and all her ancestors were white. Huh?

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23 Jun 2015

The issues facing Greece seem unlikely to be solved by the Euro. It's time to dust off the drachmas and put the whole thing down to experience.

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23 Jun 2015

In Britain they celebrated the summer solstice at the weekend. John Dobbie reports that, despite the good weather, crowd numbers were down.

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