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Politics with Michelle Grattan

By The Conversation

Michelle Grattan, Chief Political Correspondent at The Conversation, talks politics with politicians and experts, from Capital Hill.

  1. 1.
    Politics with Michelle Grattan: Angus Taylor on the 'gas-fired' recovery09/16/2020
    17:04
  2. 2.
    Jodie McVernon on Melbourne’s modelling, a Covid vaccine, and the role of experts in a crisis09/09/2020
    31:08
  3. 3.
    Chris Bowen on the recession, aged care and priorities for health policy09/03/2020
    29:05
  4. 4.
    Former Greens leader Richard Di Natale on COVID, climate and his successor08/27/2020
    21:44
  5. 5.
    Professor Barney Glover on the bleak years ahead for higher education08/19/2020
    34:14
  6. 6.
    Jim Chalmers on tax cuts, inequality, and the Queensland election08/13/2020
    31:23
  7. 7.
    Concetta Fierravanti-Wells on aged care – what needs to be done differently08/07/2020
    27:09
  8. 8.
    Patricia Sparrow on the need for aged care reform07/30/2020
    28:41
  1. 9.
    Geoff Kitney on a life in journalism and the contemporary media landscape07/22/2020
    28:01
  2. 10.
    After the crisis: what lessons can be drawn from the management of COVID-19 for the recovery process?07/20/2020
    52:56
  3. 11.
    Jane Halton on the risk of 'vaccine nationalism'07/16/2020
    27:36
  4. 12.
    Christopher Pyne on being 'the ultimate insider'07/09/2020
    24:20
  5. 13.
    two leading economists on Australia’s post-COVID economy07/02/2020
    33:56
  6. 14.
    Politics with Michelle Grattan: The Battle for Eden-Monaro – interviews with Kristy McBain and Fiona Kotvojs06/25/2020
    35:52
  7. 15.
    Clive Hamilton and Richard McGregor on Australia-China relations06/17/2020
    41:14
  8. 16.
    Trust, democracy and COVID-19: A British perspective06/16/2020
    50:12
  9. 17.
    Pat Turner on Closing the Justice Gap06/10/2020
    27:16
  10. 18.
    Statistician David Gruen and the race for real-time pandemic data06/05/2020
    32:00
  11. 19.
    Treasurer Josh Frydenberg on saving Australia’s tourism and construction industries05/29/2020
    18:31
  12. 20.
    Jim Chalmers on JobKeeper’s flaws and the Eden-Monaro byelection05/20/2020
    30:15
  13. 21.
    Democracy 2025 - The role of the APS in a post COVID-19 world with Michelle Grattan, Mark Evans, Peter Shergold, and Renée Leon05/19/2020
    53:12
  14. 22.
    Paul Kelly on the risk of a COVID-19 second-wave05/12/2020
    45:08
  15. 23.
    Politics with Michelle Grattan: Nev Power on the role of business in a post-coronavirus world 05/06/2020
    22:49
  16. 24.
    Katy Gallagher on the senate's coronavirus watchdog04/29/2020
    25:21
  17. 25.
    Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on his autobiography, ‘A Bigger Picture04/20/2020
    38:24
  18. 26.
    MPs Tim Watts, Fiona Martin, Clare O'Neil and Helen Haines discuss serving their electorates during the coronavirus crisis04/09/2020
    26:25
  19. 27.
    Democracy 2025 - How does Australia compare: what makes a leading democracy? With Michelle Grattan, Mark Evans and Ian Chubb04/02/2020
    1:02:56
  20. 28.
    Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty on the coronavirus crisis and the timeline for a vaccine03/26/2020
    23:07
  21. 29.
    Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy on COVID-1903/10/2020
    23:16
  22. 30.
    Keith Pitt on the Murray-Darling Basin, the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility, and Nuclear Power03/05/2020
    23:50
  23. 31.
    Mark Butler on Labor’s 2050 carbon neutral target02/26/2020
    20:01
  24. 32.
    Phil Honeywood on the coronavirus challenge for universities02/20/2020
    19:04
  25. 33.
    Adam Bandt on Greens' hopes for future power sharing 02/11/2020
    29:32
  26. 34.
    Michael McCormack moves on from his near-death experience02/11/2020
    22:46
  27. 35.
    Mathias Cormann and Jim Chalmers on the mid-year budget update12/16/2019
    21:39
  28. 36.
    Andrew Hastie on foreign influence, security and veteran mental health12/11/2019
    25:13
  29. 37.
    Minister David Littleproud on bushfires, drought, and the Nationals11/14/2019
    35:55
  30. 38.
    Ross Gittins on the government’s ‘surplus obsession’10/29/2019
    21:23
  31. 39.
    On the trust divide in politics10/28/2019
    36:27
  32. 40.
    Deputy PM Michael McCormack on the drought and restive Nationals10/23/2019
    24:36
  33. 41.
    Tim Watts on Australia's changing identity 10/14/2019
    27:31
  34. 42.
    Daughters of Robert Menzies and Arthur Calwell say parliament wasn’t always a “fort”09/24/2019
    57:43
  35. 43.
    Arthur Sinodinos with some reflections and advice09/18/2019
    23:58
  36. 44.
    Jim Chalmers on the need to change economic course09/16/2019
    26:09
  37. 45.
    Independent MP Helen Haines on using 'soft power'09/11/2019
    19:44
  38. 46.
    Treasurer Josh Frydenberg on a slowing economy09/05/2019
    18:51
  39. 47.
    PM’s advisor Christine Morgan on tackling Australia’s rising suicide rates08/26/2019
    25:08
  40. 48.
    On the ‘creeping crisis’ in the public service08/13/2019
    21:01
  41. 49.
    Anthony Albanese on Labor's hard times 07/31/2019
    30:40
  42. 50.
    Paul Oosting responds to GetUp's critics07/24/2019
    21:13
  43. 51.
    Centre Alliance’s Stirling Griff on Newstart07/23/2019
    19:09
  44. 52.
    Megan Davis on a First Nations Voice in the Constitution07/16/2019
    22:53
  45. 53.
    Minister Ken Wyatt on constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians07/11/2019
    19:40
  46. 54.
    Frank Brennan on Israel Folau and religious freedom07/03/2019
    28:04
  47. 55.
    ACTU president Michele O'Neil on John Setka and the government’s anti-union legislation07/01/2019
    24:17
  48. 56.
    Corrected version: Richard Eccleston on the electoral mood in Tasmania05/09/2019
    19:32
  49. 57.
    Tim Colebatch on the battle in Victoria - and the Senate05/06/2019
    17:20
  50. 58.
    William Bowe on the state of election play in WA05/01/2019
    21:20
  51. 59.
    Andrew Hughes on political advertising - and Clive Palmer04/29/2019
    20:47
  52. 60.
    Caroline Fisher on the spin machines of #AusVotes1904/24/2019
    16:50
  53. 61.
    Jim Chalmers on Labor’s budget reaction04/03/2019
    12:14
  54. 62.
    Peter Martin and Tim Colebatch on budget strategy and numbers04/02/2019
    10:18
  55. 63.
    Jenny Macklin on inequality and Labor values03/27/2019
    26:19
  56. 64.
    Ian McAllister on voters and issues in the coming election03/04/2019
    21:59
  57. 65.
    Tony Abbott and Zali Steggall on Warringah votes03/01/2019
    22:49
  58. 66.
    Kerryn Phelps on medical transfer numbers02/13/2019
    10:54
  59. 67.
    Michael McCormack on banks and the bush, and the election battle02/05/2019
    27:43
  60. 68.
    Politics with Michelle Grattan: Tanya Plibersek on a united Labor12/20/2018
    19:14
  61. 69.
    Politics with Michelle Grattan: Anthony Albanese on Labor’s road ahead12/12/2018
    49:07
  62. 70.
    Politics with Michelle Grattan: Josh Frydenberg on Liberal troubles11/29/2018
    15:37
  63. 71.
    Lowy Institute’s Jonathan Pryke on APEC 201811/19/2018
    14:11
  64. 72.
    Andrew Giles on the growing issue of loneliness11/07/2018
    22:20
  65. 73.
    Politics with Michelle Grattan: Anne Summers on #MeToo and women in politics11/02/2018
    30:33
  66. 74.
    Satirist Jonathan Biggins on sending up the pollies10/30/2018
    18:36
  67. 75.
    Barnaby Joyce on facing the drought and rural women10/23/2018
    25:27
  68. 76.
    Peter Jennings on Morrison's Jerusalem move 10/17/2018
    19:30
  69. 77.
    The battle for Wentworth10/10/2018
    35:27
  70. 78.
    Clare O'Neil on Labor’s listening tour for banking victims10/03/2018
    20:32
  71. 79.
    Brendan O'Connor on Labor’s industrial relations agenda09/26/2018
    31:55
  72. 80.
    View from the crossbench: Cathy McGowan and Rebekha Sharkie on the role of community candidates09/13/2018
    34:59
  73. 81.
    Judith Troeth on the Liberal party’s woman problem and asylum seekers09/07/2018
    22:44
  74. 82.
    Barnaby Joyce at his provocative best08/08/2018
    17:19
  75. 83.
    Wayne Swan on Labor’s byelection victories and beyond08/01/2018
    18:01
  76. 84.
    Katharine Murphy ‘On Disruption’07/06/2018
    32:58
  77. 85.
    Tanya Plibersek on Labor’s taxing times06/27/2018
    22:48
  78. 86.
    Frances Adamson on being secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs06/25/2018
    32:34
  79. 87.
    Attorney-General Christian Porter on a crowded agenda06/20/2018
    27:24
  80. 88.
    Brotherhood of St Laurence’s Conny Lenneberg on Newstart, poverty and inequality05/31/2018
    19:10
  81. 89.
    Michael McCormack on Barnaby's future, latte sippers and other matters05/30/2018
    24:37
  82. 90.
    Anthony Albanese on Labor’s National Conference05/23/2018
    27:58
  83. 91.
    Dean Smith on the pros and risks of new religious freedom protections05/22/2018
    18:47
  84. 92.
    Politics podcast: Mathias Cormann and Jim Chalmers on Budget 201805/09/2018
    31:35
  85. 93.
    Tim Colebatch on the 2018 budget05/08/2018
    9:02
  86. 94.
    Chris Bowen on the budget and Labor's policies 05/03/2018
    20:55
  87. 95.
    Robert Kelly on the Korean summits04/24/2018
    19:39
  88. 96.
    Clive Hamilton and Richard Rigby on Chinese influence in Australia04/13/2018
    33:45
  89. 97.
    Politics podcast: Michael Keating on a Fair Share04/05/2018
    39:41
  90. 98.
    John Blaxland on Australia’s expulsion of Russian spies03/28/2018
    20:43
  91. 99.
    Sarah Hanson-Young on the Greens Batman setback03/20/2018
    20:39
  92. 100.
    The Batman byelection battleground03/13/2018
    50:25

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