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Comics, Diversity and Stereotypes

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Hosted by journalist Joe Hildebrand, DUMB, DRUNK AND RACIST is a ground breaking series that puts Australia under the microscope. Joe initally travels to Delhi and beyond to investigate this anti-Australian phenomenon. Along the way he meets 4 Indians who believe everything they've heard aboout us - then invites them…
Arrival - Bondi & Newtown (Ban the Burqa)
Episode 1 of Dumb, Drunk & Racist
While in India, Joe meets the four travellers who will join him on a road-trip across Australia. Joe kicks off the Australian tour by mixing the glitz and glamour of Sydney Harbour with Australia's most renowned beach, Bondi. The travellers quickly become seduced by the beauty down under. But before…
Multicultural Australia - Lakemba, Cronulla & Villawood
Episode 2 of Dumb, Drunk & Racist
The episode begins in Sydney's Lakemba, a suburb with a predominantly Muslim population. Radhika is clearly surprised by the lack of white people in Lakemba. Later, Radhika & Mahima meet Nasro, a Somalian refugee who tells them that although she has experienced kindness she has little doubt about that most…
Student Attacks - Melbourne
Episode 3 of Dumb, Drunk & Racist
Although many Australians think of Melbourne as our most liveable city, for Indians it's infamous for attacks on Indian students, in fact education advisor, Radhika advises students not to risk studying in Australia at all. In tonight's episode Joe and the Indians investigate the nature of these attacks - were…
Indigenous Australia - Botany Bay, Alice Springs, Moree & Uluru
Episode 4 of Dumb, Drunk & Racist
Starting in Botany Bay, from there, the road-trip heads to Moree in Northern NSW, infamous as one of Australia's last bastions of legislated racism. The group visits Moree Baths. From Moree to Australia's red centre, Alice Springs, they visit the Todd River where Joe explains the damage Indigenous alcohol abuse…
Who Are We? - Allora Show, Mt Isa, Canberra & Brisbane
Episode 5 of Dumb, Drunk & Racist
In this episode Joe introduces the guys to Bushies, Bogans, suburban battlers and a Nobel Laureate scientist. Are we dumb, or do we just like to hide our light under a bushel? The episode starts off deep in the bush when Joe takes the Indians to the Allora Country show.…
Are We Drunk? - Cricket, Surfers Paradise, B&S Ball & Final Wrap
Episode 6 of Dumb, Drunk & Racist
Australians drink more than just about any other country on earth. We also love our cricket and tonight Joe wants the Indians to get a taste of a grand tradition - a beer at the cricket. Just down the road the guys go on a club tour of Surfers and…
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