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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Osman Faruqi. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Osman Faruqi, often where they are interviewed.

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All The President's Minutes - Minute 55 with Osman Faruqi

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All the President's Minutes is a podcast where conversations about movies, journalism, politics and history meet. Each show we use the seminal and increasingly prescient 1976 film All The President's Men as a portal, to engage with the themes and the warnings of the film resonating since its release. For minute 55, I join editor of the 7am podcast, Osman Faruqi. Osman and I discuss the awe-inspiring Black Lives Matter protests, the murkiness of political decision making, and the perverse imperatives of story prioritisation in the digital age. 

ABOUT OSMAN FARUQI (via Sydney Writer's Festival

Osman Faruqi is the editor of 7am, Schwartz Media's daily news podcast. He was previously the deputy editor of ABC Life and an award-winning reporter with the ABC's flagship audio documentary program, Background Briefing. He presents on The Mix, the ABC's arts and culture TV program, and was formerly Junkee Media's news and politics editor. He has judged the Walkley Awards and the NSW Premier's Literary Awards and sat on the Board of FBi Radio. He's currently writing a book about race relations in Australia, due out in 2021.

Twitter: @oz_f

Mark Latham agrees to pay damages to ABC's Osman Faruqi in defamation case

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Jun 24 2020 · 46mins
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174 - Osman Faruqi (Returns)

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Welp. Gosh. Here we are, then. I hope you're doing okay. 

Amidst the chaos of the global Coronavirus pandemic, previous LIASYO guest Osman Faruqi joins me (via Skype) to reflect on what the hell is happening. Osman is a journalist is the editor of The 7am Podcast for Schwartz Media and has been tweeting and writing a lot about the unfolding situation. 

Here we discuss the most egregious examples of capital exploiting this crisis and the insane contradictions about this economic system it exposes, the Australian government's shitty response and how much needs to change in our society to make sure this kind of thing can never happen again. 

It was a slightly depressing but very cathartic conversation and I hope it gives you some comfort and ferments your (justifiable) rage towards those in power in these wild times. 

My show GRANDILOQUENT has been cancelled at the Brisbane and Melbourne Comedy Festivals: all tickets will be refunded in full 

The show's season at the Belvoir Theatre in Sydney in June and at the 2020 Edinburgh Fringe Festival are, at this stage, still going ahead 

The live instalment of LIASYO with Andrew Denton at MICF has also been cancelled :( 

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Mar 17 2020 · 1hr 10mins

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Osman Faruqi

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Osman Faruqi is a journalist and commentator. And in that pursuit, he’s been exposed some of the most vitriolic, tactical abuse that Australia’s far right are capable of producing. Os has also had a stint as an engineer-in-training, been a political operator, and of-course has spent some time on the airwaves at FBi Radio. | Producers: Bre Jones & Rebecca Merrick

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Dec 19 2019 · 1hr 8mins
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#3 Shame, politics and publications: Osman Faruqi on how shame has played a role in shaping his life and career

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Osman Faruqi is the news and politics editor for Junkee, but also works as a broadcaster on FBI, has appeared on various tv talking panels and has worked heavily in the Australian political scene. Os shares some amazing stories from his time in student politics and explains how those actions of his, whilst shameful, have influenced the man he is today.  

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Sep 24 2017 · 30mins
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18. Osman Faruqi - Love It AND Leave It

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This is a question of justice.

Osman Farqui (Junkee) leaps to the defence of the Budgie Nine, whose only crime was loving their nation - and yes, putting their dicks on the flag of another nation and thinking that'd be fine.

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Oct 24 2016 · 9mins
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61 - Osman Faruqi

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Writer, engineer, former political candidate and now
pollster Osman Faruqi has written
for Guardian
Australia, Junkee and SBS and
regularly tweets like a mofo. He's the son
of Mehreen Faruqi, the first female Muslim to
be elected to any Australian parliament (for the Greens, no less)
and has recently launched his own polling
site, Metapoll, dubbed "the
most reliable poll ever". 

Here Osman tells me how he and his mum first became engaged with
politics, the dire state of climate politics in Australia today,the
lack of diversity in the Greens and the ALMIGHTY POWER OF THE

Room At

The World Keeps Happening 
show at the Sydney Comedy Store

Me, Lehmo & Genevieve Morris at Sooki Lounge on May



writingatGuardian Australia



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May 03 2016 · 1hr 7mins