Leo Earle

Matildas v Ireland 2023 WWC cr Leo Earle

With the hopes of a nation delicately balanced, the Matildas took on the Republic of Ireland, in front of a record crowd of 75,784, in their opening game of the Women’s World Cup. Leo Earle takes a look behind the tournament.

Actors' strike, arrests in West Papua & 10 years of offshore detention. July 22, 2023.

Isaac Nellist and Leo Earle go through the latest news from across the continent and around the world. 

Young forest activists

The problems with native forest logging go beyond the unviable economics: the injustice of the destruction of First Nations country and the levelling of crucial habitat for koalas are some more. Leo Earle reports. 

Green Left News Podcast Ep 14, July 7, 2023

Green Left journalists Isaac Nellist and Leo Earle go through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.

Senegal protests

At least 16 people were killed, hundreds injured and more than 500 arrested, following three days of protest in Senegal in early June, prompting fears of a further crackdown, reports Leo Earle.

Scenes from a climate era

Leo Earle reviews Belvoir St Theatre’s new production, which is a smorgasbord of short plays that reflects us to an audience of us.

Green Left News Podcast Ep 10, June 6, 2023

Green Left journalist's Isaac Nellist and Leo Earle go through the latest news from Australia and around the world. 

Timor-Leste election 2023

Timor-Leste voted in a new parliament on May 21 — one which will likely see the return of Xanana Gusmão as Prime Minister, reports Leo Earle.

Grasberg mine West Papua

Grasberg mine — the largest gold mine and third-largest copper mine in the world — is central to the story of West Papua’s colonisation, writes Leo Earle.

The Circle of Silence film

The Circle of Silence is a work of witness, remembrance and hope, writes Leo Earle.