04 November 2022

Meeting of the minds

For this week's episode we have an update on Apple workers industrial activity, we meet new Workers Power team member Callen Sorensen Karklis, we will chat about the Housing Summit Protest and we also take you to a rally and strike by National Tertiary Education Union - Qld Division.

Apple strike!

This week we talk all about the historic action being taken by Apple Workers. Bill couldn't join us as he was be on the grass with workers at the Apple Store but he phoned in to give us an update.

13 October 2022

We will be heard

This week we talk to Ollie from SEQUR, the South East Queensland Union of Renters, about their upcoming protest against the so-called "Housing Summit" organised by the government to address the housing crisis, a conference where REIQ (the landlord union), the Master Builders Association, and the Premier (landlord), Deputy Premier (landlord) and Housing Minister (landlord) will all come together to discuss “solutions”.

In our second hour (interview starts at 34:43) we talk to Party Representative N6326 about the upcoming gig featuring Worker & Parasite at The Bearded Lady.

Disrupt Land Forces!!

This week we cross live to the Disrupt Land Forces occupation to hear about how people are fighting back against the tools of war being sold in our very own city, we talk to First Nations people Cindy Roberts and Uncle Ned, who were participating in the occupation about why they were there.

Also in this episode, Bill talks to Workers Power regular Katherine Wilkes from the Stop the Cashless Welfare Card campaign about their victory following the recent announcement from parliament.

02 September 2022

UQ strike!

This week we talk to NTEU state secretary Michael McNally about the industrial action being taken at UQ and other Queensland universities.

Outro song: Realpoltik by Worker & Parasite

Unionise the bookstores

This week we talk to Josh Cullinan, Secretary of the Retail and Fast Food Workers Union about the campaign at Readings, where the boss is reneging on a promised wage increase.

Interview starts at 29:58