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Stan Grant

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Latest 18 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily

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How Stan Grant Dads

How Other Dads Dad with Hamish Blake

Proud Wiradjuri man, father of 4 and icon of Australian journalism, Stan Grant goes deep with Hame in this episode with his philosophies on Dadding. He shares brutal stories about the Australia that his father was forced to endure, and for which he was preparing Stan to live in. He describes the pain of a relationship ending and how protecting the children was central. And as a dad to now older children, he reminds Hame that this thing called parenting goes by so, so, so fast and to treasure it, because you don’t get another shot! Stan Grant is a celebrated journalist, commentator and community elder. From advising on Australian strategic defence policy, to powerfully advocating for First Nations rights or his hosting duties on Q&A, Stan is constantly expanding the conversation.  He’s published more books that some of us have read, and he’ll forget more stuff than Hamish will probably ever know. Basically he is super smart.  But more than that, he is super passionate, and as you’ll hear, his approach to Dadding is no exception - it’s something he cares deeply about and we really appreciate his generosity in sharing some of his wisdom with us. Get in touch at howotherdadsdad.com (And if you have dropped us a note already, apologies if we haven't replied to you yet… the response has been amazing!  And we are slow readers) Thanks again for listening!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


3 Nov 2022

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Episode 12 - Stan Grant, Free Speech, Kimberley Kitching, Lismore Flood Breach (And More)

Let's Save The Governor-General!

In the latest fortnightly wrap-up that Let's Save The Governor General is famous for, Damo, Clance-o and Phoebe-o discuss: - Stan Grant kicking a Russian sympathiser out of the audience. - Kimberley Kitching's sudden passing. - Scott Morrison's responses to the flooding in northern Australia. - Trouble in Shooters, Farmers & Fishers paradise. Want to be a guest? Let us know! Like what we do? Let everyone know! ———————————— Find us on Twitter at: https://www.twitter.com/letssavethegg Listen to us on Anchor.FM - https://anchor.fm/letssavethegg/ ———————————— Music by Ukulelvis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtPm4hb04r0 ————————————

1hr 11mins

18 Mar 2022

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Rhythms Of Repentance | Pastor Stan Grant

Oasis Church VA

Part 4 of our collection of talks, RHYTHMS.


27 Feb 2022

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A deep dive into religion, politics, war and peace with Stan Grant

The Religion and Ethics Report - Full program podcast

In an in-depth interview, ABC’s International Affairs analyst, Stan Grant explores what is driving the world to crisis and how it might be averted.


12 Jan 2022

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Best of 2021: Stan Grant on how the world is changing, and how we can make it better.

Osher Günsberg: Better Than Yesterday

Stan Grant is a journalist, international affairs analyst, author, professor and proud Wiradjuri man hwo lives in Sydney Australia. His new book "With the Falling Of The Dusk" is out now.Of all the interviews I've done on this show - this is easily one of my all-time favourites. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1hr 20mins

2 Jan 2022

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2021 Highlights: Stan Grant: on western liberalism and the state of the world

Stories Behind the Story with Better Reading

As we farewell 2021, we’ve put together some of the highlights of the year for you. I hope you enjoy these conversations as much as we did.Walkley Award-winning journalist and international commentator Stan Grant talks to Cheryl Akle about universal western liberalism, its virtues and the deep trouble with it, and how we are at a time of momentous upheaval and enormous geopolitical shifts. Stan's latest book, With the Falling of the Dusk, is in stores now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


1 Jan 2022

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Thomas Keneally & Stan Grant

Sydney Writers' Festival

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are advised that this podcast episode contains the names of people who have died. Thomas Keneally reflects on The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith in conversation with his long-time friend, Stan Grant. Thomas’ 1972 Booker Prize–nominated story of a black man’s revenge against an unjust society, The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith, was a formative novel for Stan, helping the young reporter recognise the contradictions at the heart of our national identity. Stan has written the latest instalment of the Writers on Writers series on Thomas. The two continue a long-running conversation about their body of work and friendship, and this land’s history, stories and peoples. Please note, this episode contains references to topics such as the Stolen Generations and abuse. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


15 Oct 2021

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In conversation with Stan Grant

Lowy Institute

In this episode of Lowy Institute Conversations, Research Fellow Lydia Khalil talks with Stan Grant about the erosion of democracy, the impact of globalisation, and the role of liberal values in the modern world.Conversations is a Lowy Institute podcast in which Institute researchers and some of the world's leading experts delve into the big issues in international affairs.


25 Jun 2021

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356. Stan Grant on Jonathan Wilson 'Gentle Spirit' (2011)

My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan

Today, Australian broadcasting legend Stan Grant joins me to talk about friend of the show Jonathan Wilson’s quasi-debut ‘Gentle Spirit’. Stan opens up about how he discovered the record while dealing with PTSD and the emotional fall out of years embedded in war zones as a foreign correspondent. We talk about how this album revealed Wilson as a songwriter and artist in his own right, as he was mainly known as a great producer and instrumentalist. We break down the influences on the record, from Neil Young to Pink Floyd to The Beatles and more, and how Wilson stays on the right side of inspiration rather than pastiche. We talk about why Stan never became a musician himself, his memories of seeing Wilson play live in LA and how music has influenced Stan’s writing.


29 May 2021

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S1 Bonus: Profiling the profiler: Mike King on Directions with Stan Grant

Mapping Evil with Mike King

From the team who brought you Mapping Evil, join legendary Australian journalist and ‘gentlemen interrogator’ Stan Grant as he goes toe-to-toe with everyday people faced with extraordinary responsibilities. In this special preview episode of Directions, Mapping Evil’s own Mike King shares his leadership lessons – from teaching top cops the art of criminal profiling, to being one of the first to bring cutting-edge technology into investigation war rooms. If you enjoy this preview episode, make sure you follow the Directions with Stan Grant series on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. “You get tough immediately when you realise that you have an obligation to the men and women under your command and to the community that you serve. There's a point where you step up and say, what is the right thing to do? But you've got to have the integrity to step forward, even when you're standing alone.” +++ Directions is a podcast hosted by award-winning journalist Stan Grant about how leaders use technology and innovation to solve problems and to shape our increasingly complex world.  This is a BGT Production created in partnership with Esri Australia. Esri Australia is the nation's leading GIS technology and services provider and part of the BGT group.


24 May 2021