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The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
Lyn and Chris Dawson appear to have the perfect marriage. He's a star footballer and popular high school teacher. She's a devoted wife and mother. They share a beautiful home above Sydney's northern beaches. But when Lyn goes missing, dark secrets are buried. This is no fairytale, but a sordid story of strangely close twin brothers, teenage student lovers, and probable murder. The Australian's Hedley Thomas digs deep into a cold case which has been unsolved for 36 years, uncovering startling ...
 
The Little Red Podcast: interviews and chat celebrating China beyond the Beijing beltway. Hosted by Graeme Smith, China studies academic at the Australian National University's Department of Pacific Affairs and Louisa Lim, former China correspondent for the BBC and NPR, now with the Centre for Advancing Journalism at Melbourne University. We are the 2018 winners of podcast of the year in the News & Current Affairs category of the Australian Podcast Awards. Follow us @limlouisa and @GraemeKSm ...
 
The Australian Police Journal (APJ) is the country’s preeminent true crime and policing publication, and it has launched a monthly podcast series! Join host Jason Byrnes (jason@apjl.com.au) as he discusses new APJ articles as well as interviews authors and other people of note, about serious crimes, police history, contemporary developments in policing, and future initiatives. The 'APJ' and 'Policing Australia: The Official Podcast of the Australian Police Journal' are produced by the Austra ...
 
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All The Best

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All The Best is for new Australian storytelling. Hear from a Melbourne-based cannibal, how the Australian Wallabies used theatre workshops to improve their game, anxiety attacks in a Tantric sex class, and what the shopping centre Santa Claus is really thinking, all on All The Best. We're a weekly radio show and podcast produced at FBi Radio in Sydney in association with SYN and Triple R in Melbourne, and broadcast nationally via the Community Radio Network. We’ve been telling stories in a v ...
 
*** Finalist at The Australian Podcast Awards 2019 & 2020 *** Do you want to learn more about investing? How to improve decision making and time management from business leaders around the world? Hi, I'm Ted Richards and in this podcast I speak with experts from around the world to explore and learn ways we can make smarter decisions when it comes to investing money and time. I love talking to talented investors, athletes and professors about how they succeeded and what we can learn from the ...
 
Elite Broker is the only podcast that delivers business intelligence and tackles the biggest issues affecting the Australian mortgage industry, brought to you by The Adviser, Australia’s leading publication for mortgage professionals. Each week, Elite Broker speaks to an Australian mortgage broker to find out how they got to where they are now, there tips for success and what they think of the current market. http://www.theadviser.com.au
 
There is a lot of activity in the Australian startup ecosystem. Ideas, talent, and money are all flowing into this sector at an unprecedented rate. This weekly podcast brings in-depth interviews with the best people making the biggest difference. It's brought to you by Ian Gardiner and Phaedon Stough, technology entrepreneurs helping to grow the startup sector in Australia and New Zealand. Ian and Phaedon co-founded Innovation Bay with a clear mission to help technology entrepreneurs succeed.
 
In the Fast Lane is the official podcast of the Australian Grand Prix. Dedicated to Formula 1 and MotoGP, hosts Matt Clayton and Michael Lamonato interview some of the biggest names in world motorsport and update you on all the latest F1 and motorcycle racing news and talking points.
 
From the corridors of power to the most marginal seats across the country, The Australian’s politics team will dissect the big stories making headlines as well as the hustings hijinks that will leaving you saying ‘strewth!’. A conversational podcast that brings the listener along for the ride with analysis but also humour.
 
Welcome to The Random Sample, a podcast by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical frontiers (ACEMS). In this show, we share stories about mathematics, statistics and the people involved. Featuring episodes from The University of Melbourne, The University of Adelaide, QUT and UNSW. To learn more about what the centre does, visit https://acems.org.au. For further resources and shownotes, visit https://acems.org.au/podcast
 
The Psych Review is a podcast reviewing recent developments in Australian psychiatry. The cast is hosted by three psychiatry registrars: Alanna, Shakira, and Mazz. We realise how hard it can be to stay on top of the latest research, so we created this cast to help our colleagues (and ourselves) keep up to date, in quick summary shows of less than 30 minutes. Disclaimer: The Psych Review is not affiliated in any way with The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Pschiatrists (RANZCP) no ...
 
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The First Serve is your HOME OF TENNIS. Featuring an all year round dedicated weekly one hour 'live' tennis program, the only one of its kind on commercial radio in Australia that is also podcast right here plus commentary from the Grand Slams & Fed Cup/Davis Cup ties, themed podcasts, a strong online/social media presence and print content via our website. The First Serve has one simple aim and that is to keep the tennis conversation going 12 months of the year, covering tennis from the gra ...
 
Join Director and CEO Kim McKay AO in conversation with scientists from the Australian Museum Research Institute (AMRI) and experts in Indigenous Australian and Pacific cultures. When not 'in conversation', AMplify will bring the best from the AM’s live talks, giving you a front row seat at enlightening presentations from inspirational people.
 
The Australian Tactical Medicine Association is Australia's leading representative body for professionals involved in tactical, high threat, austere, wilderness, disaster medicine and human performance. Our podcast seeks to educate, inform and empower our listeners through a wide variety of content with guest experts from around the world.
 
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Queensland pushes on with remote camps Annastacia Palaszczuk has pitched her plan for remote camps in Gladstone, central Queensland and Toowoomba to the Prime Minister. Bargaining code ‘will not break search’ The architect of the bargaining code, Rod Sims, has rubbished claims from Google that the regulation would ruin the tech giant’s search engin…
 
Join us to learn about the latest issue of the Australian Police Journal (APJ), including the story of Israel Chapman, Australia’s first police detective. He was sent to Australia as a convict for the crime of highway robbery! We also speak to an Australian police policy advisor at the United Nations in New York, regarding an online exhibition abou…
 
Lucas, David, Tina and special guest Kathrin Althans discuss Picnic at Hanging Rock. Local Elevator by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300012 Artist: http://incompetech.com/…
 
Clancy Overell, Errol Parker and Wendell Hussey wrap up all the biggest stories from the week - live from the Budgy Smuggler Booth in downtown Betoota.โดย The Betoota Advocate
 
After a brief holiday hiatus, we're back with another edition of the OTPBD News Special, our fortnightly series analysing the news that matters for Australian and Kiwi startups. Meet this week's panel... Marisa Warren, ALIAVIA Ventures Andy McKeon, SafetyCulture Francis Vierboom, Propeller Aero Topics we discuss: In this edition, we discuss local s…
 
Victoria opens up to all but one Sydney LGA Thousands of stranded Victorians will now be able to return home as Daniel Andrews eases restrictions for Sydney and Brisbane. Google threatens to remove search in Australia Government senator slams Google’s warnings as ‘blackmail’ as tech titans are grilled over new mandatory media bargaining code. Fauci…
 
‘I have some bad news’: Tennis star tests positive Spanish star who slammed strict COVID-19 quarantine rules becomes first Australian Open player to record positive test. New leader’s bid to restore America’s soul Where Donald Trump left the nation mired in chaos and outrage, Joe Biden seeks to resurrect dignity and respect among the citizenry. Ech…
 
‘At this hour democracy has prevailed’ Joe Biden has called on Americans to end the ‘uncivil war’ that has shaken and divided the nation, saying unity is the only answer to the historic challenges ahead. New leader’s bid to restore America’s soul Where Donald Trump left the nation mired in chaos and outrage, Joe Biden seeks to resurrect dignity and…
 
Jez & Damo talk to mullet rocking 70s vinyl tragic Mosman speedster Ed Goddard. The boys cover: Ed’s first year of running in New York at Iona, how COVID & coming back home has seen him to grow as a runner, the impacts of low iron, the symptoms & what solution worked for him, how he won a recent 10k while waiting for BSL to catch him, what his long…
 
Leaders’ warning on ‘Invasion Day’ rallies NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has joined her Victorian counterpart in issuing a stern message as thousands of protesters prepare to march across the country on Australia Day. Time for work, not disrespect: Biden reverses Trump orders In his first hours as President, Joe Biden warns staff ‘I will fire you …
 
Here's a question for you - if you're healthy, what temperature is your body? Did you say 37 (or 98.6) degrees? Congratulations, you're kinda right! But also... kinda wrong... It turns out body temperature varies whether you're male or female, whether you're menstruating or not, whether you measure in the mouth or the ear or the forehead or the anu…
 
Alan and James return to Saporito for the first Money Café of 2021 which is labelled the year of the electric car. Also on the agenda is a discussion on the future of the office REIT, the flying Aussie dollar and the heavyweight comparison between Afterpay and Tesla. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
PM, Palaszczuk at odds over camps The Prime Minister has criticised a plan by the Palaszczuk government to use regional workers camps to house international arrivals in quarantine. Time for work, not disrespect: Biden reverses Trump orders In his first hours as President, Joe Biden warns staff ‘I will fire you on the spot’ if they disrespect others…
 
Nation’s jobless rate falls in December The decline in the unemployment rate was better than expected with 50,000 people starting new jobs, as businesses adjust to lower JobKeeper rates. The words a divided America wanted and needed to hear Joe Biden spoke directly to a country struggling with a deadly pandemic, a battered economy and deep politica…
 
‘This is Democracy’s day’: Biden sworn in as President Joe Biden has repeated his message of unity and hope in his inaugural speech as 46th US President; Kamala Harris has become the first female vice-president | WATCH Trump ‘left a note for Biden’ … but what did it say? Donald Trump upholds tradition by leaving a letter to his successor before dep…
 
PM’s gas-fired Covid recovery plan Scott Morrison has struck a two-year deal with LNG exporters to offer uncontracted gas first to Australian companies, in a bid to keep prices down. Trump’s final act: get out of jail free Donald Trump kept people guessing in his last hours at the White House. And then the news came: he had granted 73 pardons. Over…
 
Aussie uni recruiting firm hides CCP links A Perth company secretly advertising its links to the Chinese Communist Party has experts concerned that the firm may be operating as a talent recruitment hub for Beijing. Tennis Australia to foot $40m quarantine bill Tennis Australia has clarified comments by its CEO Craig Tiley, after he claimed taxpayer…
 
Stoush over who pays $40m tennis quarantine The minister in charge says taxpayers won’t pay a cent to house quarantining tennis players. That’s not how tennis boss Craig Tiley sees it. Trump’s farewell: our movement is just beginning Donald Trump defends his record in farewell address, negotiates last minute pardons as Mitch McConnell blames him fo…
 
Zero cases but restrictions to remain in NSW There were no new cases of community transmission in NSW as testing rates doubled, but the Premier says restrictions won’t be rolled back until next week. Trump’s farewell: our movement is just beginning Donald Trump defends his record as President in farewell address; Mitch McConnell blames him for inci…
 
McConnell: Trump provoked Capitol mob Mitch McConnell’s attack on Donald Trump fuels speculation he will vote to convict him at the president’s impeachment trial. Hints of Trumpism in Andrews, McGowan Before saying we will never be Trumped, we should understand just what Trump was. Is there more of Trump in us than we admit? If we can bring tennis …
 
Mike Mills from Toehider returns to the podcast, over 200 episodes later. Check out the latest Toehider release "I Like It!" via Bandcamp and follow the guys on Twitch and Patreon. You can listen to the previous episode I did with Mike back in the day on episode 60. Show notes Listen and Follow Toehider via Patreon | Twitch | Bandcamp | Facebook | …
 
What is QAnon and what’s it doing in Australia? What was behind the spread of misinformation during the Black Summer bushfires? And what went wrong with Australia’s ‘sunscreen’, COVIDSafe? Jonathan Webb speaks with the science unit's tech reporter James Purtill about 2020 in technology news.
 
$50bn boost to economy in rush for new homes Homeowners have emerged as the key drivers of the nation’s COVID-19 recovery with a stunning spike in take-up of HomeBuilder grants. Calls for ‘HospoKeeper’ to replace JobKeeper Staff at eligible restaurants, cafes and hotels would be paid after JobKeeper ends under a plan being pitched to Josh Frydenber…
 
Two tennis players among new virus cases Two Australian Open tennis players have tested positive to coronavirus, health officials have confirmed. Employers struggle to keep staff on lower JobKeeper rate Small businesses say they are losing staff after payments fell to $1000 a fortnight ahead of the subsidy ending in March. As much to learn from Tru…
 
China should have acted ‘more forcefully’ early Independent report finds China did not act quickly to stop spread of coronavirus as the WHO and outdated international alert systems failed to keep up. Employers struggle to keep staff on lower JobKeeper rate Small businesses say they are losing staff after payments fell to $1000 a fortnight ahead of …
 
In this month’s episode, host Annie Kane is joined by Momentum Media’s head of events, Jennifer Hardy, to discuss their top tips for writing a winning submission for the Better Business Awards 2021. With brokers busier than ever before to help borrowers refinance or help first home buyers take advantage of government grants, there has never been a …
 
Angus Hervey is a political economist and a journalist specialising in the impact of disruptive technologies on society. Angus is a champion of "intelligent optimism" and co-founder of Future Crunch, a Melbourne-based think tank of sorts dedicated to informed, optimistic thinking about tech and the opportunities that it presents. Before co-founding…
 
Three new Victorian cases linked to tennis Daniel Andrews says quarantine cases are linked to Australian Open as downgrading of Sydney red zones are still ‘weeks away’. Andrews cops serve for lowering net for tennis It’s no surprise that Victorians are finding it difficult to cut Daniel Andrews some slack on the Australian Open. No slowdown in scar…
 
Double vaccine rollout in plan to defeat Covid Nation’s top scientific minds may recommend a second round of immunisations if original vaccine program cannot stop virus’ spread. ‘Djokovic is a tool’: Kyrgios slams tennis No. 1 Nick Kyrgios has slammed Novak Djokovic over his list of demands to Australian Open boss for quarantined tennis players. Da…
 
Double vaccine rollout in plan to defeat Covid The nation’s top scientific advisers could recommend a second round of immunisations if the original vaccine program fails to control the Covid spread. Biden ‘could be key Covid ally’ Australia’s ambassador in the US says the Biden administration can win hearts and minds around the world by facilitatin…
 
Joe Henrich is Professor and Chair of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. He is the author of The Secret of Our Success and The Weirdest People in the World.โดย Joe Walker
 
Police chase thousands of virus fines Victoria Police have revealed that of approximately 40,000 fines issued for breaches of coronavirus restrictions, just 3000 have been paid. Inside Tomic’s hotel quarantine room Bernard Tomic’s girlfriend has given a virtual tour of the couple’s hotel quarantine room, saying they’ve been playing video games up t…
 
In this episode, I was lucky enough to chat with Sam Moore of Fist Hand Wear. We chat about his drive to succeed, his motivation to create gloves and what he looks for in an athlete. His drive is second to none and his positivity is infectious. I hope you enjoy the listen. Huge thanks to our supporters: Canyon Bikes- Canyon.com The leading company …
 
Andrews: Aus Open will help us raise arrivals cap Daniel Andrews says Tennis Australia is paying for a quarantine system that will help returning travellers. Regions better than cities for property profits More homes sold at a premium through the September quarter, but the value of losses also deepened, says a new report. Rain forces early tea at T…
 
Relief as Victoria opens to most of Sydney Stranded Victorians can head home as all but 10 Sydney LGAs are downgraded from red; NSW records zero cases. Behave and stop whingeing, Australian Open stars warned Victorian health authorities have been forced to issue official warnings to Australian Open players about their behaviour in quarantine. China…
 
On this week’s podcast, the editors are discussing why Australian sports fans are some of the biggest dribblers in the world, and why are professional cricketers always such weirdos? Tom and Eddy from the Hello Sport Podcast are back talking to Clancy and Errol about adults who are paid to take part in an activity involving physical exertion and sk…
 
Stuart McKenzie is a Snake Catcher and owner of Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7. Stuart and his team are kings when it comes to engaging social media content where they document their day to day work up in Queensland. Not for the faint hearted. Details below on how to reach out to Stuart and learn more about the world of snakes and his business.…
 
China bully tactics ‘must be resisted’ A leader of a powerful business group has urged companies to resist bullying from China and for diplomats to help find alternative export markets. Watchdog on alert as Norway probes Pfizer jab deaths The federal government is seeking urgent answers from Norway’s regulator after 30 frail, elderly people died af…
 
Labor woes in heartland seats Labor faces the loss of two Hunter Valley seats at the next election with polling showing the party’s primary vote in the NSW region under Anthony Albanese has plummeted. Tennis players warned over ‘dangerous acts’ As fourth Covid case emerges from Australian Open charter flights, quarantine chief warns players of 'zer…
 
Tennis players warned over ‘dangerous acts’ As fourth Covid case emerges from Australian Open charter flights, quarantine chief warns players of 'zero tolerance’ after ‘low-level’ lockdown breaches. Norway vaccine deaths probed The federal government is seeking urgent answers from Norway’s regulator after 30 frail, elderly people died after receivi…
 
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