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23 Mar 2015
Phil Dobbie and Brian Haverty come up with some more crazy inventions. This week how to avoid your food going off when you go for lunch directly after a supermarket visit.
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23 Mar 2015
Sad news this week. Jackie Trent died. Who, you might ask? A woman instrumental to one of Australia's most iconic exports, that's who. John Dobbie explains.
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23 Mar 2015
Jeremy Clarkson seems to think the BBC will give him the sack after his self-confessed fracas in Manchester. Meanwhile, John Dobbie reports on a potential replacement.
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23 Mar 2015
It's somewhat predictable, that the partial eclipse of the sun expected in the UK was, itself, exclipsed by heavy cloud.
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23 Mar 2015
The Murdoch press are desperate for a Conservative win in the NSW election this weekend. They've been using The Daily Telegraph for unguarded criticism of the Labor party, but it seems they are clutching at…
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23 Mar 2015
The Secret Service are there to protect the President, but it seems, at times, they are more interested in sexual exploitation with women of the night.
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23 Mar 2015
It's not necessarily worked out well for Australia, but Barack Obama flagged the idea of compulsory voting in America this week. Be careful what you wish for!
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23 Mar 2015
For a while people have been calling him One Term Tony. But maybe they're wrong. John Howard thinks they are.
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23 Mar 2015
Whilst Qantas sturggles to stay in Australia, over the ditch Air New Zealand is celebrating 75 years as their national carrier.
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23 Mar 2015
The launch of a massive weather balloon from New Zealand's South Island has been delayed, predictably, because of bad weather. But listen to find out how big is big!
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23 Mar 2015
He was found in a car park in Leicester. Now the Brits are preparing to bury King Richard III for a second time - this time, somewhere that doesn't require a ticket.
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23 Mar 2015
As Britain readies itself for a general election it seems scandals are rife, including the story of how a Tory candidate, Afzal Amin, allegedly hatched a plot with the extreme right English Defence League.
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23 Mar 2015
Coal seam gas drilling is rampant across the United States, with 100,000 oil and gas wells on public land alone.
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23 Mar 2015
Hillary Clinton has taken a hit in the polls, but it's stil likely she will be the next President of the US. Although there are rumours Al Gore might have a shot at the top…
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23 Mar 2015
The data retention bill passed the lower house, backed by Labor and the Liberals. Now a formality that it will pass through the senate and become law.
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23 Mar 2015
Tony Abbott upset a few bringing likening his archnemesis to Hitler’s propaganda minister. Christopher Pyne's defence of the Prime Minister was so rapid you are left wondering whether the whole event was stage managed.
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16 Mar 2015
Four more big ideas with Brian Haverty, this time robots that can lie, model houses for real-estate, a kilojoule trading scheme and the answer to the Middle East situation.
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16 Mar 2015
So what was behind the alleged "fracas" involving Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson and his producer. Did he hit him right in the fracas? If so, doesn't he deserve the sack?
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Balls Radio is Australia's only outlet for progressive talk. It's produced each week by Phil Dobbie, who believes effective public policy is neither left or right leaning - instead, it's all about looking at the impacts on people and finding ways of developing sustainable alternatives. Oh, and Balls Radio is all about having fun along the way.

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