The Age - Animated Cartoons
Summary: The Age newspaper has an outstanding reputation for high quality political satire in cartoons and illustrations. Now, The Age brings witty animations directly your iPod or portable media player. This podcast brings to life cartoons by prominent Age cartoonists John Spooner, Andrew Dyson, Ron Tandberg and Matt Davidson. Animation by Simon Rankin
A look at John Brumby's less than inclusive approach to the Dredging debate.
A comment on the disadvantages of the Port Phillip Bay dredging, and the negative environmental consequences for Victorians.
Senator Conroy's and the internet, policy or politics?
Andrew Dyson looks at the plight of the current State Liberal Party and its leader, Ted Baillieu.
The end of Peter Garrett's interesting career.
A cartoon about the difficult choices ahead of Kevin Rudd.
A cartoon to denote the end of a political era.
As the polls continue to slide for John Howard, he calls on a familiar friend.
Classic fielding Errors and what to do about them.
When the polls aren't going you way, there is only one thing to do?
This week, John Spooner on Kevin Rudd's inner battles.
This week, John Spooner and leadership foundations.
This week, Ron Tandberg's take on copycat policies.
This week, John Spooner discusses the future for the farming sector.
This week, John Spooner's look at the Liberal leadership tussle.