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Credlin, Friday 12 August

Credlin

Credlin, Friday 12 August

Radio broadcaster Luke Grant discusses the shocking report into NSW Parliament’s culture. Plus, Veterans campaigner Julie- Ann Finney gives her take into the release of the ADF Royal Commission’s report.

Radio broadcaster Luke Grant discusses the shocking report into NSW Parliament’s culture. Plus, Veterans campaigner Julie- Ann Finney gives her take into the release of the ADF Royal Commission’s report.

Credlin, Thursday 11 August

Insight into this week’s big issues where the Left is using race and identity politics to silence those with a different opinion. And, Australian politicians respond to the Chinese ambassador’s chilling National Press Club performance.

Insight into this week’s big issues where the Left is using race and identity politics to silence those with a different opinion. And, Australian politicians respond to the Chinese ambassador’s chilling National Press Club performance.

Credlin, Wednesday 10 August

Chris Smith hosts Credlin tonight, discussing Australia's fragmented relations with China, Labor's plans for the cashless welfare card, and the world of words with Kel Richards.

Chris Smith hosts Credlin tonight, discussing Australia's fragmented relations with China, Labor's plans for the cashless welfare card, and the world of words with Kel Richards.

Credlin, Tuesday 9 August

Chris Smith is once again filling in for Peta, talking about the life of Olivia Newton-John, calling out reality TV shows for virtue signalling, plus, the new Deputy Leader of the NSW Government, Matt Kean.

Chris Smith is once again filling in for Peta, talking about the life of Olivia Newton-John, calling out reality TV shows for virtue signalling, plus, the new Deputy Leader of the NSW Government, Matt Kean.

Credlin, Monday 8 August

Chris Smith takes over Credlin, discussing working from home, the Barilaro inquiry and the late Judith Durham.

Chris Smith takes over Credlin, discussing working from home, the Barilaro inquiry and the late Judith Durham.

Credlin, Friday 5 August

The BoE decision to raise the UK cash rate by 50bps has led to recessionary fears, Credlin speaks to Terry McCrann to give his take. Plus, public service woke jobs in focus – where can cuts be made?

The BoE decision to raise the UK cash rate by 50bps has led to recessionary fears, Credlin speaks to Terry McCrann to give his take. Plus, public service woke jobs in focus – where can cuts be made?

Credlin, Thursday 4 August

A whack against the woke from the UK attorney general, Labor and the Greens team up to pass the new climate change bill, plus, Jim Molan discusses his latest book release.

A whack against the woke from the UK attorney general, Labor and the Greens team up to pass the new climate change bill, plus, Jim Molan discusses his latest book release.

Credlin, Tuesday 2 August

The coalition announces an inquiry into nuclear power, NSW Minister Stuart Ayres under fire as the Barilaro saga rolls on, plus, Lidia Thorpe's Black Power salute in the senate.

The coalition announces an inquiry into nuclear power, NSW Minister Stuart Ayres under fire as the Barilaro saga rolls on, plus, Lidia Thorpe's Black Power salute in the senate.

Credlin, Monday 1 August

Australia's gas crisis worsens as temperatures plunge, the UK's leading transgender clinic will shut after years of controversy, plus the latest lecture from a teal MP in question time.

Australia's gas crisis worsens as temperatures plunge, the UK's leading transgender clinic will shut after years of controversy, plus the latest lecture from a teal MP in question time.

Credlin, Friday 29 July

Liberal Senator Jane Hume joins the program to discuss Australia’s dire financial situation. Plus, the new report revealing the Coalitions spending rort.

Liberal Senator Jane Hume joins the program to discuss Australia’s dire financial situation. Plus, the new report revealing the Coalitions spending rort.

Credlin, Thursday 28 July

The quarantine facility at Wellcamp airport has been haemorrhaging millions, Pelosi's planned trip to Taiwan heats up, plus the new Senate President is set of scrapping the Lord's Prayer.

The quarantine facility at Wellcamp airport has been haemorrhaging millions, Pelosi's planned trip to Taiwan heats up, plus the new Senate President is set of scrapping the Lord's Prayer.

Credlin, Wednesday 27 July

Labor moves to ban the cashless welfare card, the Treasurer warns workers to prepare for things to get worse before they get better, and Trump teases supporters he'll run for President in 2024.

Labor moves to ban the cashless welfare card, the Treasurer warns workers to prepare for things to get worse before they get better, and Trump teases supporters he'll run for President in 2024.

Credlin, Tuesday 26 July

The 47th parliament returns to Canberra, outrage as the Northern Territory scraps alcohol bans, PLUS, controversy over a gay pride jersey launched by the Manly Sea Eagles.

The 47th parliament returns to Canberra, outrage as the Northern Territory scraps alcohol bans, PLUS, controversy over a gay pride jersey launched by the Manly Sea Eagles.

Credlin, Monday 25 July

Growing backlash against the Government's move to stifle ABCC powers, warnings about a federal ICAC, PLUS, what Australia could expect if foot-and-mouth reached its shores.

Growing backlash against the Government's move to stifle ABCC powers, warnings about a federal ICAC, PLUS, what Australia could expect if foot-and-mouth reached its shores.

Credlin, Thursday 21 July

The government says it won't shut borders with Bali, the Greens push Labor for radical climate action, PLUS, a new mums anger has forced the government to backdown from using the term 'birthing parent'.

The government says it won't shut borders with Bali, the Greens push Labor for radical climate action, PLUS, a new mums anger has forced the government to backdown from using the term 'birthing parent'.

Credlin, Monday 18 July

The Victorian Liberal Opposition have announced a green-left emissions target policy, there are calls to bring Australian jihadi brides home, PLUS, the ACT becomes the first state or territory in Australia to ban the scale of petrol and diesel cars f

The Victorian Liberal Opposition have announced a green-left emissions target policy, there are calls to bring Australian jihadi brides home, PLUS, the ACT becomes the first state or territory in Australia to ban the scale of petrol and diesel cars f

Credlin, Friday 22 July

Unions demand work from home to become a worker’s right, even after the pandemic ends. Credlin asks how will small businesses survive? Plus, Queensland taxpayers learnt the cost of the Toowoomba quarantine facility.

Unions demand work from home to become a worker’s right, even after the pandemic ends. Credlin asks how will small businesses survive? Plus, Queensland taxpayers learnt the cost of the Toowoomba quarantine facility.

Credlin, Thursday 21 July

The government says it won't shut borders with Bali, the Greens push Labor for radical climate action, PLUS, a new mums anger has forced the government to backdown from using the term 'birthing parent'.

The government says it won't shut borders with Bali, the Greens push Labor for radical climate action, PLUS, a new mums anger has forced the government to backdown from using the term 'birthing parent'.

Credlin, Wednesday 20 July

Foot and mouth disease arrives in Australia, fresh revelations surface of John Barilaro's controversial New York trade role, plus, Victoria's IBAC releases their findings into the Andrews Government.

Foot and mouth disease arrives in Australia, fresh revelations surface of John Barilaro's controversial New York trade role, plus, Victoria's IBAC releases their findings into the Andrews Government.

Credlin, Friday 15 July

The foot and mouth outbreak in Bali continues to spread, Matt Cabavan joins the program to discuss what more needs to be done to protect biosecurity. Plus, the seventh code red in Victoria since January, as Ambulance workers demand an inquiry.

The foot and mouth outbreak in Bali continues to spread, Matt Cabavan joins the program to discuss what more needs to be done to protect biosecurity. Plus, the seventh code red in Victoria since January, as Ambulance workers demand an inquiry.