Jeremy Cordeaux recording in the garage sitting looking stern

NSW Police Commissioner, Mardi Gras, Reclassification of the film Mary Poppins + more

In a world that spins faster with each passing day, a voice emanates from a garage. It belongs to Jeremy Cordeaux. His daily dispatches serve as a mirror to our times. The airwaves are filled with his musings on a myriad of issues. From the exclusion of police at the Gay Mardi Gras to the scrutiny of classic films for modern sensibilities, he navigates through the societal fabric, pulling at threads of discord and unity alike.

The Diversity Council of Australia is dissected. Its purpose, to assess and label organizations on diversity, is questioned. Is the stamp of approval or disapproval truly reflective of an entity’s ethos? The conversation veers into the government’s peculiar investment in influencers. A quarter of a million dollars allocated to sway the youth from vaping. The simplicity of parenting, it seems, has been overshadowed by the complexity of governance.

Classic cinema, a treasure trove of nostalgia, is not spared. Mary Poppins, a film that has delighted generations, now finds itself under the microscope. The language of yesteryears, now deemed discriminatory, prompts a reevaluation of its rating. Amidst these reflections, Cordeaux’s voice remains a beacon for those pondering the course of societal evolution.

In these dispatches from the garage, listeners are invited to ponder, debate, and perhaps find solace in shared perplexities. It’s a space where the eclectic meets the everyday, where the past and present collide, and where the future is pondered with a mix of apprehension and hope.

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