November 2022

October 2022

Predator

featuring Mark Dean

US military imperialism, meet your biggest threat: a full-scale Soviet invasion force on your Latin-American doorstep. This film also features a highly advanced extraterrestrial lifeform hunting humans for sport. Only one man, and his crack special forces team of muslce-bound misogynists, can put an end to both. Yesterday’s Tomorrow Today is sponsored by the Carmichael

Starship Troopers

featuring Mark Dean

In Episode 2, Duncan and Mark review Starship Troopers, the 1997 Paul Verhoeven and Ed Nieumeyer film that is part tragedy, part comedy, all comment on the farce that is a future in which Nazis have been normalised and the cast of Melrose Place do humanity’s shooting, spaceship driving and brain-bug hunting. Yesterday’s Tomorrow Today

September 2022

Robocop (Pilot Episode!)

featuring Mark Dean

In the Pilot episode of Yesterday’s Tomorrow Today, Duncan and Mark talk about Robocop, police union strikes, privatisation, gentrification, deindustrialisation and all the other fun things that late-stage capitalism has gifted the world. Yesterday’s Tomorrow Today is produced with the support of the Carmichael Centre within the Centre for Future Work at The Australia Institute.

March 2022

A budget for buying votes or backing workers? [webinar]

featuring Ebony Bennett and Greg Jericho

Today we bring you another conversation from the Australia Institute’s webinar series. The Coalition Government’s ninth Federal Budget on 29 March will be an election Budget. Against the backdrop of a cost of living crisis, ACTU President Michele O’Neil looks beneath the likely hype to talk about what will really matter for workers. This was

February 2022

September 2021