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Writer | Warrior Monk | Comedian "The Laughing Owl Wednesday Weekly Podcast is a magnificently fresh 'radio' show broadcasting colorful, and oftentimes outrageously offensive, bits of careless rambling from the mind of a young man that uses the english language so irresponsibly; yet, somehow always laced with delightfully forgivable poetics, Wolfgang's weekly musings frequently leave his listeners fully entertained until the very end. Pure genius." - a potential review from The New York Time ...
 
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Van Badham joins Ben Davison to give a deep dive on the Victorian state election. How the media narratives were so wrong, the death of the Menzian Liberal Party, the misinformation about the Greens, the quiet success of the Nationals and why Labor has so convincingly won. Tony Burke, the federal industrial relations minister, announced on Insiders …
 
Welcome to the last Wednesday of the week, the multi tool of sports podcasts. With highlights, interviews and deep dives in some meatier topics, no podcast brings you more sports on the last Wednesday of the week. On this week's show, we roll out our favourite cupboard dweller Paul for a look back at the 2022 F1 season. With the tyres still warm an…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison RETURN to the podcast following the sad passing of Van's mum, Barb. With the Secure Work, Better Pay laws before the senate and Barb being a lifelong unionist Van and Ben pay tribute to her life by examining why David Pocock needs to pass the whole package of laws to get wages moving. And just what the laws really mean fo…
 
Welcome to the last Wednesday of the week, the multi tool of sports podcasts. With highlights, interviews and deep dives in some meatier topics, no podcast brings you more sports on the last Wednesday of the week. On this week's show, a sport we've neglected, Cricket, gets some love. We rope in friend and Cricket aficionado Daryl Tullett. Daryl has…
 
Ben Davison gives a brief update on the situation with Van and her Mum, thanking all The Week on Wednesday listeners for their support and solidarity. With Biden's Democrats set to retain the senate and pushing the house elections to the wire its been a good week for democracy. Ben also takes a look at the debate on the Albanese Government’s Secure…
 
Welcome to the last Wednesday of the week, the multi tool of sports podcasts. With highlights, interviews and deep dives in some meatier topics, no podcast brings you more sports on the last Wednesday of the week. On this week's show... Whilst trying new formats and ways of bringing you more of what you like, we've neglected our roots. We've neglec…
 
Van Badham joins Ben Davison to discuss the issues that the October Budget has highlighted, how Insiders dealt with those issues and what is really happening with the Secure Jobs, Better Pay laws. With 29 of 33 OECD nations in structural deficit the issue of how we invest in our commonwealth, how we generate revenue from our productivity and resour…
 
Welcome to the last Wednesday of the week, the multi tool of sports podcasts. Through Highlights, interviews and deep dives in some meatier topics, no podcast brings you more sports on the last Wednesday of the week. On this weeks show... Part two of our cost of sport specials. This week, the cost on your pocket. During the worst cost of living cri…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison look at the Albanese Labor government's first budget, handed down by Jim Chalmers. They explore the three themes of keeping election promises, targeted cost of living relief and putting downward pressure on inflation interact with each other. They also take a look under the hood at some of the big six programs including s…
 
Ben Davison looks at the big investment's Jim Chalmer's has announced for pensioners, jobseekers, domestic violence, housing and indigenous organisations in the lead up to the budget. Angus Taylor went on Insiders and Ben tears apart the shadow Treasurer's ideological fantasy world. From giving power companies more profits to stopping working peopl…
 
Welcome to the last Wednesday of the week, the multi tool of sports podcasts. Through Highlights, interviews and deep dives in some meatier topics, no podcast brings you more sports on the last Wednesday of the week. On this week's show, Dan and Ben go big on sustainability and ask can Formula 1 reach net zero in 2030 and can the Qatar 2022 Men's W…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison take a look at the Albanese government's soon to be introduced workplace laws that will remove pay secrecy, create a dedicated goal of gender pay equity, give the care and community sector its own pathway in the system and give workers more rights to collectively bargain. Predictably big business lobbyists are unhappy. Va…
 
Ben Davison takes a look at the Albanese government's paid parental leave policy and how it adds to the macro-economic policies designed to improve our economy and the economic outcomes for Australians. With business and unions engaged in the policy process now is the time to join your union at australianunions.org.au/wow and be part of reshaping A…
 
Who are your G.O.A.Ts of days past, present and future? Welcome to the last Wednesday of the week, the multi tool of sports podcasts. Through Highlights, interviews and deep dives in some meatier topics, no podcast brings you more sports on the last Wednesday of the week. This week it's the GOAT show, Dan and Ben dicus recent news through the lens …
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison do the Week on Wednesday LIVE at Melbourne Fringe! Complete with audience participation our hosts talk about tax cuts, neo-liberalism, Putin, Musk and good news about plastics coming out of the oceans! Enjoy this very special episode of The Week on Wednesday.Ben Davison
 
Van Badham joins Ben Davison for The Weekend Wrap to discuss why Dutton's fantasies of improbable future wealth are not a good reason to keep stage three tax cuts- cuts that the Treasury advised were unaffordable if the budget was in deficit. Van and Ben discuss Dutton's Insiders interview which showed how little he's been prepared to change from t…
 
Welcome to the last Wednesday of the week, the multi tool of sports podcasts. Through Highlights, interviews and deep dives in some meatier topics, no podcast brings you more sports on the last Wednesday of the week. On this week's show... A few weeks back Dan and Ben caught up with Edward Whitaker, photographer at the Racing Post. A tale of chance…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison open by looking at the sweeping reforms of paid family and domestic violence leave and enshrining an employers responsibility to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace that the union movement in Australia has won and how women leaders make societies, and social movements, better (you can join at australianunions.org.a…
 
Ben Davison gives his view on Mark Dreyfus big week appointing the first female majority High Court in Australian history, introducing the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) to parliament and appearing on Insiders to explain why he thinks they've got the balance right on public hearings. Ben discusses the ups and downs of public hearings an…
 
Welcome to the last Wednesday of the week, the multi tool of sports podcasts. Through Highlights, interviews and deep dives in some meatier topics, no podcast brings you more sports on the last Wednesday of the week. With Singapore on our racing radar we have an honest conversation about the state of F1 and ultimately ask - is it any good anymore? …
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison are relieved by the huge agenda of the Labor commonwealth government and do a deep dive on the National Press Club speech by ACTU Secretary Sally McManus. Sally's speech explores how we came to the economic situation we are in, what we can do about it and why unions are naturally inclined to work with others to solve our …
 
"We don't have policies, we are in Opposition, not in Government" Jane Hume Coalition Finance spokesperson on Insiders. That simple statement, which the plethora of anti-union policies on the Liberal website suggests in not true, sums up a lack of care, interest or genuine commitment to improving Australia from the Dutton led Coalition. Ben explore…
 
Van Badham and Ben Davison examine the revelations that Scott Morrison held 739 cabinet committee meetings where he was the only member of the committee to avoid public scrutiny over his lack of genuine policies. Our hosts also offer solidarity to the workers who have been locked out, are taking action or have had to go on strike and encourage list…
 
On this weeks show, Dan and Ben look back at their favourite episodes with a lesson-filled montage, and tease an upcoming show. During this quiet, contemplative time following the death of Queen Elizabeth II sport has been largely shelved, so here on the Wednesday Pod we revisit some interesting conversations and look forward to this months excitin…
 
Ben Davison makes the Weekend Wrap a "royal funeral free" zone and focuses on Insider's short coverage on the Reserve Bank's appearance at the parliamentary committee and the state of Australia's economy. The RBA admits that a lack of worker power has made wage cuts and profiteering possible while CEO's and executives claim huge increases for their…
 
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