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The internet's most exciting running, cycling and triathlon audio event! We show serious endurance athletes how to perform better as they age. Master some of your health, some of your fitness, your career and even some of your life. It's all the same. And we do it all through fun, informative and interesting podcast stories and conversations. Hosted by Daren Lake (and sometimes Phil Cross)
 
December is DAFT! We all know it! ON SATURDAY 18TH DECEMBER @ GatecrasherSeven!! We bring you... DECEMBER IS DAFT!! Our Christmas Special!! ★Remie La Londe★ ★Eddi Zanetti★ ★Kalum Hall★ ★Owen Ojay★ (a trulie daft bunch!) Bringing you the best daft dancing tunes! This party is going to be off the hook!! ★Real life DAFT Santa & Santas sleigh photobooth★ ★Photographer★ ★DAFT GIRLS★ ★ALL NEW DAFT GUYS!!★ ★DAFT VIDEOGRAPHER★ & ★Magician!★ Make sure you dont miss out on the action! FOR BIRTHDAY PAR ...
 
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In honor of Women's month we sit down and have some drinks with Kelly, Nikki, Laurie and Jen. Things you'll learn from listening to this podcast... -Why Nikki can only drink 23 shots -why no one likes male strippers -The many different acronyms associated with PTSD And... -Why you should never drink home made margaritas Please join us as we drink a…
 
Special recording of the opening night of Marxism 2021 in Melbourne featuring Aran Mylvaganam, Liz Walsh, and Omar Hassan. Marxism Conference - www.marxismconference.org Instagram @marxism_conference Facebook /MarxismConference Support Red Flag Radio on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/redflagradiopodcast Subscribe to Red Flag newspaper: https://su…
 
Listen to this episode if you want to find out how to think differently to train and race better. If you base your endurance sports and fitness goals on what other people around you are doing (anecdotal), you might be missing out on some AMAZING sh*t in life. The opposite of anecdotal thinking is first principles thinking. It's a different but powe…
 
Rebellion and resistance continues in Myanmar after the Tatmadaw (Myanmar’s military) arrested State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi and seized government on 1 February. Young workers and students have been at the centre of an uprising that has included mass strikes, street protests, and creative acts of civil disobedience. On this episode Burmese-Aust…
 
Allegations of a rape that took place in parliament house made by former Liberal party staffer Brittany Higgens have opened up a broader discussion on the vile sexist behaviour of federal politicians and why such a culture thrives at the highest levels of Australian politics. On this episode Red Flag newspaper contributing editor Louise O'Shea argu…
 
If you are someone interested in using your data to run faster - definitely listen to this episode! Download the PDF transcription here Highlights (aka Why You Should Listen aka TLDR) What about data analysis exactly is important ---- Why he thinks accuracy is more important than the consistency He convinces me to use Running Power Meters moving fo…
 
In this episode Remy and guests take a look at the first season of Wandavision. We pick our favorite moments, and characters. We also do some predictions of what to expect for the finale episode, which comes out this Friday!!! So please join Remy, Trevin, Jim, Steve and Jim for a look at this incredibly cool show!!!! WARNING!!!!!!! This episode is …
 
Part 1 - Racial Stereotypes and Size Inadequacies Welcome to the internet’s most exciting endurance sport and self-improvement podcast, Master of some! Download PDF Transcription Here We all love getting new personal records in our endurance sport of choice. With this episode, I'd like to take this opportunity to highlight an underrepresented categ…
 
Part 2 & 3 - Society’s Perceptions & Vulnerability Welcome to the internet’s most exciting endurance sport and self-improvement podcast, Master of some! Download PDF Transcription Here This episode is an opportunity to highlight an underrepresented category —- mental health and mental physical fitness. This is as important as how fast you can run. …
 
In the second of our two part special, we explore the history and practice of anarchism with socialist activists Emma and Khyl. What was the debate between Marx and Bakunin really about? How did anarchists respond to the Russian revolution? What can we learn about anarchism from the period of the Spanish Civil War? How is the history of anarchism r…
 
In the first of a two part special, we discuss some of the key theoretical differences between Anarchism and Marxism with socialist activists Emma and Khyl. What does it mean to be against all forms of authority? Why does understanding the role and nature of the state matter? How does anarchism view the revolutionary potential of the working class?…
 
If you want to run a faster 10k as you get older listen to this episode! Download the free full transcription pdf here Episode Highlights (aka Why You Should Listen aka TLDR) Matt Chittim aka The Rambling Runner is documenting his journey to get a personal record in the 10k before turning 40 His journey might be similar to a lot of people out there…
 
Our final summer episode featuring highlights from the audio archives of the annual Marxism Conference in Melbourne. Roz's choice is presented by Dougal McNeill, Senior Lecturer in the English Programme at Victoria University of Wellington and President of the local branch of the Tertiary Education Union. In the introduction, Dougal explores the po…
 
A special listener request from the Marxism Conference archives. The Russian Revolution is one of the most hotly contested events in human history. In this episode Omar Hassan presents a revolutionary socialist perspective on these world changing events. Russia 1917: When the People Rose by Sandra Bloodworth Marxism 2021 tickets and program informa…
 
In 2010, Malalai Joya was named as one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world. Malalai first made worldwide news when she publicly denounced the Taliban and corrupt warlords in Afghanistan who she claimed took power with American backing. In 2005, she was elected to the Afghan parliament, but two years later was banished for he…
 
Another summer special edition featuring highlights from the Marxism conference archives. On this episode we hear from two Palestinian activists. Huwaida Arraf, special guest at Marxism 2018, is a Palestinian American activist and lawyer who co-founded the International Solidarity Movement (ISM). We also hear from Remi Kanazi, a poet, writer, and o…
 
A summer special edition featuring highlights from the Marxism conference archives. On this episode we hear from Billy X Jennings a Black Panther Party veteran member, activist, educator and archivist speaking at Marxism 2013. Billy X Jennings acted as the personal aid to BPP leaders Huey Newton and David Hilliard. We also hear from Eamonn McCann, …
 
The Brereton report exposed the horrific war crimes of Australian soldiers in Afghanistan. Less is known about the activities of the Australian military in the Pacific region. On this episode we explore the bloody history of Australia as an imperialist power and how socialists today understand the dynamics of imperialism in the region with Vinil Ku…
 
The Labor government in Victoria announced that it will spend $5.3 billion as part of the 'Big Housing Build' over the next four years. The initiative has been described as the 'largest ever investment' by a state government in housing but the spin covers the fact that the majority of the money will not be spent on public housing. In this episode w…
 
Celebrating our first year of podcasting from Melbourne, Australia. Roz and Liam discuss reasons to be a revolutionary socialist in 2020 and reflect on our favourite episodes with special guests Louise O'Shea, Jerome Small, Emma Norton, and Sagar Sanyal. Support Red Flag Radio on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/redflagradiopodcast Subscribe to Red…
 
In this episode we pay tribute to Chadwick Boseman and his amazing contributions to the Marvel universe,. We discus if movies should hold out for theaters to reopen or if studios should just start release movie on Pay per view and we watch as Jim bets Trevin for winner of this go arounds Podcast Sins award. Hope you enjoy!!!!…
 
Victorian Socialists member and friend of Red Flag Radio Jorge Jorquera has just won a seat on Maribyrnong Council in the west of Melbourne. Jorge talks to Roz and Liam about why he decided to run as a candidate for council and how the Victorian Socialists organised a campaign during a pandemic. We explore the challenge of connecting local issues w…
 
In this episode we discuss the video game Destiny and dive into it's lore, DLC's its game play and what we would do if we were in charge. We also discus the upcoming expansion "Beyond Light" Join us as we have Tim of Tacoma, Secret 15 and Stink 42 onboard and ready to give this popular franchise the once over.…
 
Staff and students across Australia are facing the challenge of organising during a pandemic to respond a massive crisis in higher education. Vice Chancellors are claiming that universities need to cut jobs in order to save money that has been wiped from their projected profits. The Liberal government has taken the opportunity to push through a ‘Jo…
 
The police crackdown on protests in New South Wales is a serious attempt to erode democratic rights and curtail political expression under the cover of the pandemic. On this episode we discuss why democracy should be defended at the same time as serious health measures are put in place to deal with the health crisis. Our guests Vinil Kumar and Elea…
 
Twenty years ago, the 11-13 September blockade of the World Economic Forum’s Asia-Pacific Economic Summit, held at Melbourne’s Crown Casino complex, was disrupted by an estimated 20,000 protesters. James Plested and James Vigus are revolutionary socialists who were active participants at S11. On this episode we discuss the political context, debate…
 
In 2014, the Hazelwood mine fire burned out of control for 45 days causing one of Australia's biggest environmental and health disasters. Millions of square metres of exposed, highly flammable brown coal sent toxic ash and smoke billowing through the Latrobe Valley. The corporate owners of the mine dodged responsibility and focused on keeping the p…
 
A two part special edition with Sagar Sanyal on how Marxists understand economic crisis. In part two we discuss how the legacy of the GFC and underlying structural weakness in the economy form the context of the current crisis. Sagar offers a critique of non-Marxist theoretical and practical responses to the economic challenges of 2020. This episod…
 
A two part special edition with Sagar Sanyal on how Marxists understand economic crisis. In part one we discuss how mainstream interpretations of the causes of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) of 2008 fail to take account of the inherent instability of capitalist competition and production. Why do crises happen and what is the legacy of 2008 for t…
 
Led by students and young people, a new wave of pro-democracy protest has broken out in Thailand. Liam is joined by Giles Ji Ungpakorn, an exiled socialist and Thai dissident living in the United Kingdom, to discuss what has been happening to re-energise the movement. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/redflagradiopodcast Hosted by Roz …
 
The logic of neoliberalism has defined the response to COVID-19 internationally. In Australia, decades of privatisation have degraded health services and made sub-contracting endemic in employment. This means that political decisions continue to be made on all sides that put profit and business before health and life. In this episode we discuss how…
 
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