Van Badham and Ben Davison take The Week on Wednesday on the road recording a LIVE episode at the Wagga Wagga Interesting Festival.
Recorded on Saturday June 26th moments before Sydney entered COVID lockdown, Van and Ben discuss the issues Glady's handling of the outbreak and take questions from a live festival audience.
This special episode also looks at the impact of the Australia-UK free trade agreement on jobs, the economy and broader social structures with the audience asking; Is Tony Abbott a traitor?
The win for General Mills workers and the secure jobs senate inquiry report are discussed in the context of working people standing up against exploitation. The audience asks questions about the benefits of being a union member and the gendered impact of the gig economy.
The good news is about the floating gardens of Bangladesh, which if we can't stop climate change, might help save us all!
So tune into this very special LIVE edition of The Week on Wednesday (on a Saturday at the Interesting Festival in Wagga Wagga)