Get behind Canberra's closed doors. In PodcastOne's new series, Peacock Politics, Adam Peacock speaks with politicians and leading commentators to find out how the Australian political system functions and why it was set up the way it was.
How does a politician survive when they do something (or someone) they shouldn't? Host Adam Peacock speaks to crisis management expert from Inside PR, Michael Smith, about the steps he takes when handed a political catastrophe and why the cover up rarely works.
In the words of Beyoncé, who run the world, or at least when it comes to politics? Adam speaks to former Deputy Leader of the National Party, Fiona Nash, about why life is different for women in parliament, how that plays out on the party room floor and what needs to change.
How our political views are being shaped by the online world. Host Adam Peacock speaks with reformed hacker from CTRL Group, Bastien Treptel, about the dark web technologies being used by politicians and third parties around the world, to manipulate our political views - and how we vote.
Is Australia removed from the political madness that seems to have swept the Western world? Host Adam Peacock chats with Bruce Wolpe from the United States Studies Centre about how overseas political trends are shaping our politics back home.
How crucial are the first 100 days in government, following an election? Host Adam Peacock sits down with Senator Arthur Sinodinos to find out what happens behind-the-scenes during this period and why it sets the tone for how a government will actually govern for the remaining term.
How far will a politician go to win power? Senior Fellow at Australian National University, Mark Kenny, speaks to host Adam Peacock and breaks down what goes into creating a campaign - and what it takes for one to fall apart.
What goes on behind-the-scenes when a big story hits? Sky News Chief Political Reporter, Kieran Gilbert, reveals to host Adam Peacock the the tricks journalists use to navigate the never-ending political spin.
Personal beliefs vs pursuit of power. Host Adam Peacock sits down with former press secretary to Bob Hawke and political journalist, Barrie Cassidy, to find out who our politicians really are - and what they believe in - behind closed doors.