FBi Radio

Your alternative to talkback. Backchat is a weekly show of news, politics, interviews, discussion, satire, and feature reporting. Hosted by Holly Payne and Tanita Razaghi. Executive produced by Rebecca Cushway, with producers Libby Hopper and Nic Huntington. Got an idea for a story? Email us: We're also on Twitter @BackchatFBi


Categories: News & Politics

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This week on Backchat, producer Libby Hopper breaks down the recently released WGEA data on the gender pay gap of Australian companies. How does your workplace stack up?

After that, in honour of remembering another year since the Stonewall riots, we’ve got Danny Lim in the studio to give us his take on the protest landscape in Sydney today. 

Later on the show, Eva Sikes-Gerogiannis chats to leaders from Sydney Students for Palestine about the nationwide student strike for Palestine last Thursday.

This episode of Backchat was produced by Libby Hopper, Dani Zhang, and Eva Sikes-Gerogiannis, executive produced by Bec Cushway, and hosted by Sana Sheikh and Tanita Razaghi.

This episode of Backchat aired 2nd March 2024 on Gadigal land.

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Previous episodes

  • 544 - Who is falling behind when it comes to gendered pay? | Sydney icon Danny Lim on protest and power | School students across Sydney strike for Palestine 
    Fri, 15 Mar 2024
  • 543 - Why is Country Music Having a Moment? | Fitness Influencer Scams | Steps Toward Closing the Gap in NSW | 
    Thu, 29 Feb 2024
  • 542 - Changes to Doxxing Laws | Asbestos, Asbestos Everywhere! | Syphilis in Australia: A brand new story? 
    Wed, 28 Feb 2024
  • 541 - Dragging the Hills Shire Council | Breaking Down the ICJ Ruling | The Power of Diverse Storytelling: Sweatshop Literacy Movement's Latest Anthology 
    Wed, 14 Feb 2024
  • 540 - Shark Stigma // Medicare Turns 40 // Stage 3 Tax Cuts For Dummies 
    Wed, 07 Feb 2024
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