Like I'm A Six-Year-Old

Comedian Tom Ballard sits down with interesting and passionate people to find out what they do and what they believe in. It's kind of like Kitchen Cabinet except Tom can't cook.
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Oct 25, 2016

Gay Alcorn has been a journalist for over 25 years. She's been a Washington correspondent, edited The Sunday Age, won three Walkley Awards and is now the Melbourne editor for Guardian Australia.

I wanted to talk with Gay about a whole many things (we began by talking about this week's 4Corners report on the refugee children of Nauru and the roles and biases of journalism), but the bulk of our chat became focussed on the notion of "political correctness": the nature of our public discourse, section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, identity politics and cultural appropriation.

Gay describes herself as a progressive person but is a staunch advocate of the freedom of speech and has concerns about the way we go about talking with each other. Is it now longer possible for us to "reasonably disagree"? 

This piece by Gay on PC is the basic starting point for our chat, I'd recommend reading that first before listening here. We also got on to Lionel Shriver's speech at the Brisbane Writer's Festival and the ensuing furore; this will also be the focus of next week's episode with Yassmin Abdel-Magied

Boundless Plains To Share at Belvoir Theatre in January 2017

The World Keeps Happening is being filmed for Stan at the Comedy Theatre on Saturday December 3rd; details on


Gay's writing at Guardian Australia

The Media's Moment of Truth by Frank Bruni 

Hunt For The Radical Centre: Confronting Welfare Dependency by Noel Pearson 

The Pacific Solution's brutal fact: we need it by Jonathan Holmes

Those fighting offshore detention don't need all the answers by me 

Section 18C Explainer: What is it, and why do some politicians want it changed? by Luke McNamara

We need to talk about cultural appropriation: why Lionel Shriver's speech touched a nerve by Stephanie Convery

Cause of the Week: Guardian Australia (, Oxfam Australia (


Oct 18, 2016

TIME TO MEET ANOTHER HERO, EVERYONE! Shen Narayanasamy is the Human Rights Campaign Director at GetUp!. She's an outspoken activist for refugee and migrant rights who is seriously shaking shit up at the moment and she was nice enough to explain to me why (and how) she's doing it. 

From her Di Gribble address on "The Great Immigration Con" to taking on the private companies that are complicit in human rights abuses through the operation of offshore detention centres to the task of defeating the philosophy behind the "detention regime" in its totality, I reckon this is a really illuminating and (mildly) hopeful discussion. 

Boundless Plains To Share at the Belvoir Theatre, January 2017

Walk Together 2016 is happening THIS SATURDAY October 22nd

Trailer for Netflix's 13th


ABC's Q&A: Australia's Sovereign Borders

Article: Burning The Stakeholders by Chloe Hooper

Article: Lunch with lawyer and asylum seeker advocate Shen Narayanasamy

Article: A solution to our refugee crisis by Robert Manne, Tim Costello, Frank Brennan & John Menadue

GetUp!'s #BringThemHere campaign

Pathways to Protection: A human rights-based approach to the flight of asylum seekers by sea by the Australian Human Rights Commission

Cause of the Week: No Business In Abuse (


Oct 11, 2016

He used to co-host Australian Idol but this year James Mathison ran against former prime minister Tony Abbott for the federal seat of Waringah as an independent.

In this chat James explains why he decided to run, his frustrations with the current political deadlock in Australia, the limitations of election campaigns and his predictions of a new progressive movement on the horizon.

Plus he shamelessly advertises Coke.   

Boundless Plains To Share at the Belvoir Theatre, January 2017

Comedy 4 Karma in Daylesford, Saturday October 15th

I'll be appearing in season 2 of SBS's First Contact in November

Walk Together 2016 is happening on Saturday October 22nd

#OurBrothersOurSisters on

Me on Guardian's Token podcast

Me on Brendon Burns' Dumb White Guy podcast, Part 1 // Part 2


This week's episode of Q&A

Article: CEOs bank on bonuses as average Australian worker left to flounder  

Article: We're two-faced about 'wasting' money on welfare

Article: James Mathison wants to create a new progressive political movement to target the far right

Article: Thoughts on Junket 2016

Article: Leaked UNHCR report - Manus Island's world's worst  

Cause of the Week: Barnados (


Oct 4, 2016

22-year-old student Brendan Busch is angry and frustrated about Australian racism and denial, particularly in relation to First Nations peoples.

He's spoken out against Andrew Bolt receiving a platform at the 2016 Festival of Dangerous Ideas and garnered some media attention last month when he offered to give away his Falls Festival ticket to anyone who could prove they had convinced radio station triple j to change the date of their massive annual song countdown, the Hottest 100, from "Australia Day" on January 26th.

Here Brendan (eloquently) explains his thinking and the ideas behind the #changethedate movement, reacts to the subsequent response from triple j and the public and discusses the murky distinctions between the expression of "challenging views" and hate speech, holding our public institutions to account and how we balance the importance of calling out racism with the goal of actually changing people's minds. 

Boundless Plains To Share at the Belvoir Theatre, January 2017

Comedy 4 Karma in Daylesford, Saturday October 15th

Brendan's letter in Independent Australia: An Open Letter to Creators of the Festival of Dangerous Ideas 

Footage of Andrew Bolt's session at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas

Article: triple j Hottest 100 Man Starts Competition to Change The Date

Article: Briggs Reckons triple j Should Change The Hottest 100 Date 

triple j statement: triple j's Hottest 100 is staying on January 26...for now. And here's why.  

January 26th by A.B. Original on YouTube

Hack Live: Aussie Patriots petition: triple j, change the date of the Hottest 100 

Article: White Fragility: Why It's So Hard To Talk To White People About Racism 


Cause of the Week: Clinton's Walk For Justice (, on StartSomeGood, on FB


Sep 27, 2016

Comedian Josie Long makes me feel better about the world. She is a ball of delightful, charming and passionate energy whose comedy is hilarious and socially conscious and life-affirming.

In this chat, recorded backstage at the lovely Soho Theatre, Josie and I chat about how she became more politically active, the trickiness of “helping” in the right way, the UK Labour leadership, austerity, art, privilege and voting for what you believe in.

Plus a few Kurt Vonnegut quotes for good measure.

Boundless Plains To Share at the Belvoir Theatre, January 2017

The Little Dum Dum Club LIVE in Adelaide


Hope In The Dark by Rebecca Solnit

Hack Live: Aussie Patriots

Cause of the Week: Arts Emergency (


Sep 21, 2016

Backstage at the Soho Theatre I got to sit down with journalist Johann Hari to discuss how the media corrupts our public debate, Australian television and his powerful book, Chasing the Scream: The First & Last Days of the Drug War

What is addiction? Why is the drug war still continuing? What is it costing us? Is there a better way?   

Article: Half of all Australians want to ban Muslim immigration, says poll

Boundless Plains To Share at the Belvoir Theatre, January 2017

Andrew Denton's podcast series for the Wheeler Centre, Better Off Dead


Johann's TED Talk: Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong 

In A Nutshell: Addiction

A Small Book About Drugs by Lisa Pryor

Cause of the Week: Unharm (


Sep 13, 2016

Finally! An actual new ep!

And what an ep it is. Comedian, writer and broadcaster Nish Kumar hosts topical comedy show Newsjack on the BBC and has been twice nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award. He writes very smart, politically charged comedy and his laugh is glorious to behold.

Here Nish and I discuss the current "spicy meatball" of a political period the UK is experiencing. From the concept of "right-wing comedy" to post-Brexit xenophobia to Jeremy Corbyn to Jo Cox to Trump to Hanson, this has got everything you've been craving. 

The World Keeps Happening at the Soho Theatre

Campaign for Australian Aid’s Comedy Gala Who The Bloody Hell Are We?

Boundless Plains To Share at the Belvoir Theatre, January 2017

Article: Why triple j moving the Hottest 100 could reset the convo around Australia Day by Chloe Sargeant


Nish's 2016 tour dates

Newsjack on BBC Radio 4 Extra

Article: Brexit: a disaster decades in the making by Gary Younge

Fences: A Brexit Diary by Zadie Smith

Article: No one told me to go home for 16 years then we voted for Brexit by Nish Kumar 

Video: What can a satirist do with our post-truth politics? by Nish Kumar

Cause of the Week: We Love Immigration: A Comedy Night for Migrant Rights Network, Help Refugees UK (


Sep 2, 2016

Just a small message to say that this podcast is still happening and everything, I just got distracted and tired and drunk at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Sorry lol. 

New episodes coming soon! 

The World Keeps Happening is at London's Soho Theatre from September 12th

Me on Something Wonky

Campaign for Australian Aid's Comedy Gala Who The Bloody Hell Are We?

Thank youse. 



Jul 19, 2016

In a week of Sonia Kruger and Pauline Hanson nonsense, let's talk to someone who's actually doing something GOOD for immigrants and refugees and people of colour.

David Manne is a human rights lawyer and the Executive Director of Refugee Legal (formerly the Refugee Immigration Legal Centre or RILC). He's passionate about helping people who ask our country for - and are deserving of - legal protection.

David gave me the lowdown on the Australian refugee crisis as he sees it: where we're at, what laws we're breaking, just how generous we are and what should (and can) happen next - an immediate evacuation of people languishing in our offshore detention centres. 

You can catch me at the Splendour In The Grass Comedy Club

Comedy Central's Roast Battle @ JFL 2016

The World Keeps Happening at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Five facts to fight Sonia Kruger's fear of Muslims by Jamila Rizvi



Human Rights with Philip Ruddock - The Wheeler Centre's Fifth Estate Podcast

Cause of the Week: Refugee Legal (


Jul 12, 2016

It's episode 69 so let's talk about LOVE.

Writer and philosopher Alain de Botton is in the country to promote his (brilliant) new book The Course of Love: an exploration of the confusing ideas romanticism serves up for us. He thinks love is a serious matter indeed and one worth examining closely, and in this chat we talk about its effects, its position in our hard-wiring and its many forms. 

Also, in the wake of Brexit and Trump, Alain reflects on how emotional intelligence might better inform our public debate. 


You can catch me at the Splendour In The Grass Comedy Club

The World Keeps Happening at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Article: "Classwashing" Australia's racism problem won't make it disappear by Ruby Hamad 


The Course of Love

Video: In Praise of Short-Term Love

Cause of the Week: The School of Life ( - Sydney, Melbourne)


Jul 4, 2016

How about that election, hey?!?!?!?!

As the votes continue to be counted and we all wait to see what happens next, half of the brilliant Something Wonky podcast Jeremy Sear joined me to discuss what it all means. He told me how he came to be a progressive person, negative gearing, tax cuts, Hanson, the plebiscite, humanising politicians and a whole new way of thinking about our electoral system. Good times! 

The World Keeps Happening at the Sydney Comedy Store, July 9th

You can catch me at the Splendour In The Grass Comedy Club

The World Keeps Happening at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival



The ABC's Election blog

Article: Pauline Hanson's back, and the disaffection genie is well and truly out of the bottle by Katharine Murphy

Article: AEC Admit They've Lost Count And Will Have To Start Again by The Backburner

Cause of the Week: Refugee Legal (


Jun 28, 2016

I’m back! And the election is upon us! Before the big day, I sat down with Jason Ball, the Greens candidate for the seat of Higgins. Some polling suggests the Liberal Party’s primary vote has fallen sharply and the blue ribbon seat could change hands on Saturday, which would be, to put it mildly, fucking remarkable.

Here Jason explains why he thinks he could be in with a shot, what it’s like to be involved in such a campaign, how progressive Australia really is, homophobia in the AFL and in wider society, some of his run-ins with potential voters and whether he’d actually be ready to be an MP if he actually wins.

The World Keeps Happening at the Sydney Comedy Store, July 9th

You can catch me at the Splendour In The Grass Comedy Club

The World Keeps Happening at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Stand Up 4 Orlando at the Comedy Theatre, Melbourne


Article: The Battle for the Electorate of Higgins by Vice magazine

Article: Greens candidate Jason Ball hits back at homophobic graffiti

Please vote good and proper! Head to for all the info about the election

Cause of the Week: beyondblue (


Jun 7, 2016

Sami Shah is a comedian who just so happens to be an ex-Muslim atheist "militant leftist". Raised in conservative Karachi, Pakistan, and now living in Melbourne (after 5 years living in regional WA), Sami has appeared on QI and Australian Story and regularly performs stand-up all across the country. 

Here Sami explains how a book made him a revolutionary and discusses Pakistani politics, the difficulties in criticising Islam and the failures of the refugee rights movement in Australia. 

The World Keeps Happening at the Sydney Comedy Store, July 9th

The World Keeps Happening at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival


Sami Shah on Facebook

Sami's podcast Sami Says on iTunes 

Sami's YouTube channel

Sami's episode of QI

"Northern Exposure", Sami's Australian Story

How to fail at being brown by Sami Shah

Dan Carlin's Hardcore Histories

Sami Shah's second life as a comedian  

Article: Asylum Seeker Resource Centre in turmoil amid toxic culture claims

Cause of the Week: Edhi Foundation (


May 31, 2016

Eva Orner is an Academy Award-winning documentarian who is exposing Australia's shameful offshore detention regime with her new film Chasing Asylum. The documentary features never-before-seen footage from inside the camps on Nauru and Manus Island and brave whistleblowers speaking out about the horrific things they've witnessed. 

I've seen it and (unsurprisingly) it made me cry and it made me even more furious.

Here Eva details her motivation to make work that speaks to power, torture, her frustrations with the refugee debate in Australia, the parallels between the persecution of Jews under Nazi Germany and Australia's detention system today, government secrecy and what might just help change the conversation. 

The World Keeps Happening at the Sydney Comedy Store, July 9th

The World Keeps Happening at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival



Chasing Asylum screenings

Take Action

GetUp petition - Bring Them Here

It's Okay To Compare Australia In 2016 With Nazi Germany, And Here’s Why by David Berger

Taxi To The Dark Side trailer

Cause of the Week: Go see "Chasing Asylum"! 


May 24, 2016

Edward Bourke is a 15-year-old right-wing conservative who loves the monarchy, Margaret Thatcher and Donald Trump.

In fact, he loves Trump so much he’s launched The Trump Campaign to support the billionaire’s presidential bid and has been interviewed by Vice, Sunrise and – and now me. In this lively discussion, Edward and I cover class, immigration, the importance of morals, Indigenous Australians and why he finds The Donald so appealing.

Despite all our disagreements, I really couldn’t help but find myself quite liking the guy. See what you reckon.

I'm at the Sydney Comedy Store this week

The World Keeps Happening at the Sydney Comedy Store, July 9th

The World Keeps Happening at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival

SBS's The Feed's video on Peter Dutton: The douche that keeps on giving

Outstanding claims - The Saturday Paper's editorial


Cause of the Week: Saving the Lion (



May 17, 2016

Rebecca Shaw is a writer, podcaster and twitterer extraordinaire. You may know her best as Brocklesnitch or have chuckled at her parody twitter account, @NoToFeminism (a book is on the way). She writes satire and opinion for SBS Comedy and Guardian Australia

Bec makes me laugh a lot throughout this chat as we discuss the purpose of satire, queerphobia in country Queensland, feminism and the kind of feedback you can expect if you're a woman who dares to express her opinion on the internet. Oh also bad tattoos.

The ABC's Party Room podcast, The Guardian's Australian Politics Live with Lenore Taylor & Katharine MurphySomething Wonky's Wonk The Vote

The World Keeps Happening at the Sydney Comedy Store, July 9th

The World Keeps Happening at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival



Bec's Patreon

SBS Comedy's The Backburner

Women Against Feminism

Bec on The Guardian

Bec's podcast with Peter Taggart, Bring A Plate

Cause of the Week: Minus 18 (,


May 9, 2016

First Dog On The Moon is a dog and a Walkley award-winning cartoonist. His work has appeared in Crikey and now Guardian Australia and it is funny and silly and dog-based and sad and great. 

Here Dog and I discuss the origins of his work, the importance of being a good political hater, the problems with empathy, his horrible lefty family, civil disobedience penguins, brussels sprouts and mountain chicken frogs.

The ABC's Vote Compass  

My piece for Fairfax: Those Fighting Against Offshore Detention Don't Need All The Answers 

The Pacific Solution's brutal truth: we need it by Jonathan Holmes 

My piece for Guardian Australia: Stop the votes! A message from the Prime Minister of Canberra

LGBTIQ+ Issues in St Petersburg & Around The World (happening tonight!)

Me, Lehmo & Genevieve Morris at Sooki Lounge on May 12th

Ridiculous Laws: A Justice Connect event (Wednesday May 18th)


First Dog's Walkley-award winning cartoon ...then where will we be? 

We Have A Serious Problem by Douglas McGrath

Cause of the week: Oscar’s Law (


May 3, 2016

Writer, engineer, former political candidate and now pollster Osman Faruqi has written for Guardian AustraliaJunkee 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 POLLS. 

Room At MyPlace

The World Keeps Happening encore show at the Sydney Comedy Store

Me, Lehmo & Genevieve Morris at Sooki Lounge on May 12th


Osman's writingatGuardian Australia

Osman's writingatmedium


Cause of the Week: The Refugee Advice & CaseworkService (


Apr 26, 2016

Ben Eltham is the National Affairs Correspondent for New Matilda, the Industry Columnist for Arts Hub and has written for Guardian Australia, the ABC's The Drum, Crikey and many other outlets. He's a Research Fellow at Deakin University's Faculty of Arts and Education and a Fellow of the Centre for Policy Development. 

Basically, he's a major smarty-pants. 

Ben's very, very good at explaining things and in this chat he kindly took the time to explain to me what the hell negative gearing is and what it means for Australia's housing crisis. We also discuss the myth of a "classless Australia", tax dodging, neoliberalism, the government's attacks on the arts and how the 2016 election is shaping up. 

The World Keeps Happening at the Sydney Comedy Festival this week for TWO NIGHTS ONLY

My speeches at the MICF Great Debate, "Everyone's Entitled To An Opinion"

Five Reasons The Myth About Liberals Running The Economy Best Must Die by Costa A

Human Rights Commissioner Gillian Triggs Speaks Out by Ramona Kavol

We Are The Forgotten People: The Anguish of Australia's Invisible Asylum Seekers by Ben Doherty & Abdul Karim Hekmat


Ben's writing at New Matilda

Ben's writing at Crikey

Why Labor Are Right To Chase Turnbull's Wealth by Ben Eltham

Don't bank On ASIC Saving The Day: The Case For A Royal Commission Is Open and Shut by Ben Eltham

The Baaing Of Our Artists by Andrew Bolt

Neoliberalism: The Ideology At The Root Of All Our Problems by George Monbiot

RRR radio

New Matilda

Cause of the Week: Alzeihmer's Australia (


Apr 20, 2016

Nayuka Gorrie is a Kurnai/Gunai, Gunditjmara, Wiradjuri and Yorta Yorta woman who's passionate about progress for Indigenous Australians.

After reading her piece for Vice entitled Fuck Your Constitutional Recognition, I Want A Treaty, I scurried into her (beautiful) bedroom (with her permission) to talk about the problematic nature of recognition, the echoing trauma of the Stolen Generation, white Australia's denialism, what an Indigenous treaty might look like and, of course, Andrew Bolt.

The World Keeps Happening at the Sydney Comedy Festival for TWO NIGHTS ONLY

My final blog for, wrapping up MICF 2016


Nayuka on the Foundation for Young Australians

Maddee Clarke on twitter - @intoreceiving

Welcome to Country App

Colouring The Rainbow

Peopling The Empty Mirror

Gregory Phillips: Should Australian Cities Bear Indigenous Language Names?  

Causes of the Week: Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention & Legal Service (, Sisters' Day Out), Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network (


Apr 13, 2016

Journalist, anthropologist and broadcaster Sally Warhaft is a former editor of The Monthly, host of The Wheeler Centre's Fifth Estate podcast and mother to one-year-old twins. 

In this wide-ranging chat, Sally diagnoses the current state of Australian politics, laments the lack of great political oratory today, explains why Malcolm Turnbull is politically "rooted", shares her thoughts on the cruelty of the death penalty and her friendship with Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran and gives me a bit of an insight into anthropology. 

I gots nominated for the 2016 Barry Award golly gee!

The World Keeps Happening at the Melbourne Comedy Festival

Boundless Plains To Share at the Melbourne Comedy Festival

The World Keeps Happening at the Sydney Comedy Festival

The 2016 MICF Great Debate on tenplay

Article: "I've cried researching my comedy show about refugees"

The Wheeler Centre's Fifth Estate podcast

Well May We Say: The Speeches That Made Australia  

Cause of the Week: Reprieve Australia (


Apr 1, 2016


The good news is this episode is well worth the wait. Simon Hunt is a political satirist, film maker, lecturer, sound designer, musician and activist who's best known for his creation "Pauline Pantsdown" - a hugely popular and scathing parody of the One Nation politician Pauline Hanson. 

In this extraordinary chat (recorded on the day of Mardi Gras 2016), Simon recounts his experiences of growing up gay in NSW in the 80s and explains his his fascination with religious right-wingers like Fred Nile and Anita Bryant, his politicisation in the face of the AIDS crisis, how he came to create Pantsdown and what Hanson says about us as a country today. Plus he's got some stories that are fucking funny. 

The World Keeps Happening at the Melbourne Comedy Festival

Boundless Plains To Share at the Melbourne Comedy Festival

My episode of Wil Anderson’s Wilosophy

My piece for The Saturday Paper on visiting detention centres and writing a comedy show about refugees 

SBS’s The Feed story on Boundless Plains To Share


Pauline on Facebook

Pantsdown clips on YouTube

Pauline Pantsdown on the Star Observer

Electoral Guerilla Theatre in Australia: Pauline Hanson vs. Pauline Pantsdown by Lawrence M. Bogad

Cause of the Week: minus18 (


Mar 15, 2016

Yes, he is the nerdy one with the glasses and the guitar from Tripod, but Scott "Scod" Edgar is also a politically-conscious clever-clogs who just so happens to be directing my upcoming show about Australia and refugees, Boundless Plains To Share

I'm a huge fan of Scod's - Tripod were a huge inspiration for me getting into comedy in the first place - so working with him has been an absolute privilege. Here we talk about the history of Trades Hall (our venue and rehearsal space), how Scod's education shaped his worldview, the politics of the live music scene and what motivated him to explore this debate by working on this show.

My article: Busting some myths about asylum seekers and refugees

The World Keeps Happening is on now in Brisbane

Boundless Plains To Share at MICF 2016, 11 shows only, cheap preview tickets for opening weekend 



Tripod’s 101 Hits at MICF 2016

The Perfectly Good Podcast on iTunes

Dolly: An ASRC Benefit at MICF 2016

The Moosehead Awards

Marches for Justice for Refugees this Palm Sunday

Cause of the Week:


Mar 8, 2016

Since 2011, Jay Weatherill has served as the premier of South Australia - a state where the Labor Party has been in power for the past 14 years. 

He's been attracting some headlines over the past few months as he's spoken out in favour of raising the GST and offered his state as sanctuary for vulnerable people seeking asylum who are in danger of being returned to Nauru. 

I was allowed into the Premier's (very nice) office to discuss what his thinking was here, as well as his journey into politics (as inspired by his father George), the number of lawyers in our parliaments, cynicism, the political history of SA, making submarines, the Bulmer-Rizi case and marriage equality and how he sees 2016 turning out. 

Watch back the 2016 Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras on SBS Demand

The World Keeps Happening is coming to Brisbane, Melbourne & Sydney

Boundless Plains To Share at MICF 2016  


Article: Premier apologises to Marco Bulmer-Rizi

Cause of the Week: Catherine House (


Mar 1, 2016

I saw Irish comedian Aidan Killian performing at the Adelaide Fringe and knew that he'd be good value for a chat. 

The former Bear Stearns investment banker is currently touring The Holy Trinity of Whistleblowers around Australia and the world and sat down to tell me about his karate his experience, why he opposed marriage equality, why he doesn't vote, his attraction to conspiracy theories and why Assange, Snowden and Manning matter. 

The World Keeps Happening is coming to Brisbane, Melbourne & Sydney

Boundless Plains To Share at MICF 2016 

I'm co-hosting SBS's coverage of the 2016 Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras this Sunday night, 8:30pm

Aidan's tour dates


Aidan on YouTube

Cause of the Week: Wikileaks (


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