The Betoota Advocate: June 28

Errol Parker and Clancy Overell sit down with people who were on ground in the 2005 Cronulla Riots.

This week’s new episode of The Betoota Advocate looks to the Cronulla Riots of 2005.

How do you go from media exaggeration to a full-blown race riot? Let The Betoota Advocate walk you through a day in 2005 where Cronulla made international headlines (and even put Australia on the don’t travel to list) in their new series The Betoota Advocate Presents, a Paramount+ Australian Original Series, streaming now.

Editor At Large Errol Parker and Editor Clancy Overell sit down with locals and people who were there on ground to get to the bottom of what really happened in the weeks leading up to that scorching summer’s day.

From what was contained in the exact text message that rallied the so-called troops to how the Bra Boys tried to calm tensions with all those involved, The Betoota Advocate break down Australia’s history the only way they know how. With cold hard facts.

Wednesday June 28 on Paramount+

One Response

  1. This is turning out to be a gem of a show. The first episode on Hillsong was hilarious, alarming and see-the-enlightening in equal measure. And whilst I had absolutely no idea about the Murdoch / Packer Rugby League wars they summarised the whole debacle brilliantly.

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