More about Somehow Related here - www.nearly.com.auThe former Australian Prime Minister and a TV show about people getting killed.Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Thinking MusicMurder She Wrote theme Link to the Answer ABC News Check out the Somehow Related Facebook Group.Or the website for more - www.nearly.com.au/somehow-related-podcast-with-glenn-robbins-and-dave-oneil/ Somehow Related is produced by Nearly Media.Original theme music by Kit Warhurst.Artwork created by Stacy Gougoulis. Looking for another podcast?Out Of The Question - Adam Zwar's fantastic interview podcastThe Junkees with Dave O'Neil & Kitty Flanagan - The sweet and salty roundabout! Junk food abounds!Confessions Of The Idiots - laugh along with Sam Petersen and friends as he reads outragous confessions from people you'll never meet.
The West’s war in Ukraine. Malcolm Turnbull: Australia, China, and U.S relations. The Albanese agenda.
Between the Lines
John Mearsheimer explains why the war in Ukraine is ‘foolish and unnecessary. Former P.M Malcolm Turnbull reflects on Taiwan, China, the U.S and Australian relations. A review of Federal Parliament’s first sitting weeks.
Malcolm Turnbull discusses innovation in the political sphere
The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem
Malcolm Turnbull was the 29th Prime Minister of Australia between 2015 - 2018, in which time he launched the National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA), which aimed to drive innovation and Australia’s startup ecosystem. Malcolm also has a long history of investing in and founding companies, having established an investment banking firm in 1987, as well as becoming a partner of Goldman Sachs in 1998. Since leaving parliament in 2018, Malcolm has returned to the world of business, and has joined the board of directors of Kasada, an Australian cybersecurity company. In his conversation with Adam, Malcolm discusses his belief that innovation has become a “no-no word” in Australian federal politics over the last several years, and what he would do to promote innovation were he to have a second shot as prime minister.See full show notes: https://w2d1.com/malcolm-turnbullThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy
EP.90 Malcolm Turnbull, the 29th Prime Minister of Australia
In this episode, we are honoured to welcome the 29th Prime Minister of Australia - Malcolm Turnbull, in a conversation with our CEO, John Feddersen. Malcolm was the Prime Minister of Australia between 2015-2018, role in which he focussed heavily on decarbonisation. He announced and drove forward the Snowy Hydro 2.0 pumped hydro project, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. Prior to entering politics he had successful careers as a lawyer, investment banker and journalist. Malcolm and John discuss:• The importance of long duration storage and why isn’t the market delivering large volumes right now• The technological competition for long duration storage technologies• The impact of Russia-Ukraine war on the energy transition globally • Whether energy sector policy is more difficult in Australia than elsewhere and why
AWW22 How Fast Things Fall - Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull
Adelaide Writers' Week
Chaired by Jo Dyer Since leaving office, former Prime Ministers Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull have definitely and determinedly not gone gentle into the good night, instead becoming trenchant critics of the incumbent Prime Minister and his Government, and the type of politics they practise. Focussing particularly on the pernicious power of Murdoch and the urgency of action on climate change, this unlikely duo remain important and unapologetic voices in our increasingly polarised political debate.
As we reach the halfway point of COP 26, let's recap on how it's all going. Rebecca Huntley and Chris Gambian speak with former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull about the progress, disappointments and what's to come.
Minding Your Mind - Malcolm Turnbull and Vulnerability
Minding Your Mind
Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull talks openly about experiencing depression following his loss of the Liberal leadership in 2009, and what he learnt from that experience about himself. Afterwards, knowing he had a vulnerability to depression, he explains how he managed it. If you have any questions or comments email Ian and James at email@example.com . Let them know any other topics you’d like them to cover. To find out more about depression and support services you can contact Head to Health at www.headtohealth.gov.au Beyond Blue at www.beyondblue.org.au , Lifeline at www.lifeline.org.au or on 13 11 14 and www.headspace.org.au. Thanks to Future Generation Global