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01 Feb 2016

A mega-Balls episode, with lots of business, politics and all that populist stuff too! Get ready for the long haul.

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25 Jan 2016

Former Australian Labor leader Mark Latham suggests men bash women because they feel bad about themselves.

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18 Jan 2016

Having just finished tightening laws against cyclists, Australian authorities are now after anyone with an inflatable swimming pool.

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11 Jan 2016

Balls Radio returns with all the usual stuff, and nothing new. Just all the good stuff we brought you last year, again.

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17 Dec 2015

It's the most anticipated event of the year - after a lapse of a few weeks, welcome back Balls for the final edition of 2015.

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16 Nov 2015

Chinese dai-gous are taking baby formula off supermarket shelves and shipping them back home. Its a short term problem, but surely an opportunity?

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16 Nov 2015

The Democrats and Republicans have both had leadership debates in the last week. Richard Kazimer watched then both!

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16 Nov 2015

Racist incidents at Missouri University have caused some sporting stars to refuse to play, losing the college lots of money. Capitalism is driving diversity.

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16 Nov 2015

There's no easy answer to stopping the Islamic State. But Dr Noah Bassil from Macquarie University suggesting ongoing bombing is not the answer.

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16 Nov 2015

The New Zealand Prime Minister is fairly sure his country is safe. And says membership to the Five Eyes consortium is helping a lot.

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16 Nov 2015

Korea is removing a 20% tariff on importing New Zealand deer felt and antlers. Great news for everyone except the deer.

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16 Nov 2015

The description comes from New Zealand's Peter Dunne. After the death of Fazel Chegeni he is probably right.

16 Nov 2015

Whilst many try to keep calm after the Paris attacks, Murdoch columnist Andrew Bolt, as usual, stirs the pot.

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16 Nov 2015

Fast food workers are striking in the US as the minimum wage debate heats up. Would you like fries with that?

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16 Nov 2015

The US Republicans are upset that Starbucks hasn't gone far enough in promoting Christmas. Red cups just aren't enough!

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16 Nov 2015

The rise of ISIS is less to do with religious factions and more to do with lack of opportunity. 

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10 Nov 2015

Its often argued that lower tax will create economic growth. But does a population of just 23 million put a break on that?

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10 Nov 2015

The UK PM has always defended he supports staying in Europe, but is he starting to change his tune?

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10 Nov 2015

UK Chancellor George Osborne is pushing hard with massive cuts in the public sector. Will it work?

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10 Nov 2015

A UK army chief reckons Jeremy Corbyn is weakening Britain's nuclear deterrent because he'll never push the button. Thank God!

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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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