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Territory Talk, Friday 29 July

Friday Forum examines the fall-out and the political, legal and philosophical issues surrounding the national broadcast of a report revealing brutal and barbaric treatment young offenders incarcerated in NT juvenile detention centres.

The forum panel hosted by Peter Butler: Bishop Hurley, John Lawrence SC, Father Dan and the NT News’ Christopher Walsh.

This is part three of a three part podcast.

Picture: AFP/ABC’s Four Corners

Territory Talk, Friday 29 July

Friday Forum examines the fall-out and the political, legal and philosophical issues surrounding the national broadcast of a report revealing brutal and barbaric treatment young offenders incarcerated in NT juvenile detention centres.

The forum panel hosted by Peter Butler: Bishop Hurley, John Lawrence SC, Father Dan and the NT News’ Christopher Walsh.

This is part two of a three part podcast.

Picture: AFP/ABC’s Four Corners

Territory Talk, Friday 29 July

Friday Forum examines the fall-out and the political, legal and philosophical issues surrounding the national broadcast of a report revealing brutal and barbaric treatment young offenders incarcerated in NT juvenile detention centres.

The forum panel hosted by Peter Butler: Bishop Hurley, John Lawrence SC, Father Dan and the NT News’ Christopher Walsh.

This is part one of a three part podcast.

Picture: AFP/ABC’s Four Corners

Territory Talk, Friday 29 July

Friday Forum examines the fall-out and the political, legal and philosophical issues surrounding the national broadcast of a report revealing brutal and barbaric treatment young offenders incarcerated in NT juvenile detention centres.

The forum panel hosted by Peter Butler: Bishop Hurley, John Lawrence SC, Father Dan and the NT News’ Christopher Walsh.

This is part one of a three part podcast.

Territory Talk, Friday 29 July

Following the harrowing report of abuse in the NT Juvenile Justice system The Most Reverend Eugene Hurley, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Darwin reflects with Morning host Peter Butler the brutal and arrogant betrayal of a sacred trust.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 26 July

John Lawrence SC is very much at the coalface of the Juvenile Justice system in the NT and talks with morning host Peter Butler about the disturbing revelations broadcast on a Four Corners programme about systemic failings in the Territory’s youth justice system.

Mr Lawrence says the public need to see individuals held to account and this level of indecent cruelty to young people prevented from ever happening again and he fully welcomes PM Turnbull’s instigation of an urgent federal enquiry into the matter.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 26 July

Following revelations made on Four Corners about barbaric and inhumane conditions in NT youth detention centres Felicity Gerry QC talks to Peter Butler about the Criminal Lawyers Association of the Northern Territory (CLANT) submission for urgent ratification by Australia of the UN’s Optional Protocol to the Convention Against Torture.

Breakfast, Thursday 21 July

Mel chats with Palmerston City Deputy Mayor Seranna Shutt about Breast Feeding in public.

Territory Talk, Monday 18 July

 

Space Junk may have a future

Morning host Peter Butler heads into space to discover the best use of all that space junk orbiting the earth.

A pair of Darwin artists is proposing a creative and useful solution to the problem of space junk orbiting the Earth.

A Charles Darwin University PhD candidate will tell an international conference this month that the huge volume of space debris could be transformed into cloud-like sculptures to shade an overheated planet.

Isadora Mack will present a paper, jointly written with CDU Senior Lecturer in Visual Arts Dr Ioannis Michaloudis, at the International Conference on Earth Science and Climate Change in Bangkok this month.

Dr Michaloudis said Isadora would be the only artist to speak at the science-focused conference.

“Artists have a broad imagination that could be used to create alternative solutions to scientific problems,” he said.

“We offer the mythology while the scientists offer the methodology.”

He said the paper proposed to use space technology, known as “silica aerogel”, to gather the space debris before placing it over parts of the world that were most exposed to the sun.

 

 

Picture: NASA

Breakfast, Friday 8 July

Mel chats with Aussie Comedian Lindsay Webb! Have a listen and a laugh :)