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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 Australian Public Service is playing a critical role in delivering the Australian Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Across all areas and levels of the APS, action is being taken to implement the policies of the Australian Government to support the Australian community. Each week on ‘Work with Purpose’ we will talk to key individuals who are leading the response inside the Australian Public Service. ‘Work with Purpose’ will give listeners a unique perspective on how the Aust ...
 
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 podcast that pays tribute to the traditional late night format but with a modern twist. Every episode features original segments, topical monologues, entertaining games, hot takes, hilarious chats and absolutely no fake laughter. Join the hosts Miguel, Rohit, Sen and Kush weekly as they poke fun at university, work and the world around them. All this in a podcast that infuses late night television and Australian humour directly to your ears. New episode out every Wednesday!
 
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 ...
 
Each week hear from the people behind your favourite podcasts, how they started out, their ups and downs, what they have learned and the process behind how they make their show.So if you have a podcast of your own, or even if you just dream about doing one, check out Behind The Podcast, An Australian Podcast Awards and DM Podcasts production.
 
The On The Drift Podcast puts out a weekly podcast/videocast about Australian horse racing. We dissect the Group 1 races across the Australian calendar, while providing our value, each-way & best bets each week. We also have a look back on the trending issues in Australian sport, where we discuss the good & the bad events of the week. We love to put our money where our mouth is with our Juicy Stakes segment, where we raise money for worthy causes within the racing industry.We love bringing t ...
 
Are you looking for quality horse racing form analysis and profitable tips, for the Australian Horse Racing? Wanting to improve your knowledge, and be a king of your punt club? Or just a degenerate punter who loves nothing more than some horse racing banter and to make some money? If answered yes to any of the above - or even all 3 (don't worry, we wont judge you!) then join us every Thursday night when we preview Australian Thoroughbred Horse Racing, with form analysis, detailed tips, bante ...
 
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 ...
 
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
 
He was born Hamish Watson, a surfie dude from Sydney – but he could morph into whatever you needed him to be. Hamish is due to be sentenced to jail in early 2019 for swindling a handful of victims out of more than $7m. But these crimes are just the final pages in a resume too thick to staple; for decades he’s duped victims in the US, Canada, Britain, Hong Kong and Australia. How did he do it? How did he evade authorities around the world for so long and what’s he done with all those tens of ...
 
Sharing stories and experiences of Australian's who have been through the adoption system. The stories are sometimes complex and tackle difficult issues which span over 50 plus years. From children that have been in an under resourced system to Australia's traumatic history of forced adoptions and the stolen generations. But through this darkness comes light - there are also stories of hope, courage resilience and love. My Unknown Truth is hosted by Nadia Levett who was born and raised in 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.
 
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 ...
 
Theo Hayez is missing in Byron Bay, a beautiful beachside town on Australia’s most easterly mainland point, frequently in the spotlight for its famous residents. Theo's from Brussels. He's 18 and on a backpacking holiday when he vanishes in May 2019. Behind the scenes local volunteers who've never met Theo begin searching and investigating with his family, parallel to a major police investigation. At the request of Theo's family, The Australian newspaper's national crime correspondent David ...
 
The Adviser Podcast Network brings together the best of the Australian broking industry within one dedicated platform – delivering brokers professional development advice and top tips on running a successful broking business. Lead by editor Annie Kane, The Adviser Podcast Network includes a number of focused programs, including: Elite Broker: Interviews with Australia’s leading brokers to uncover their career progression, how they’re operating a busy broker business, and their top tips for b ...
 
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.
 
This first Episode of the Podcast features a three part conversation with a 50 year professional career veteran of the Australian Music Industry. We chat with Mike Hayes about his earliest memories of becoming interested in music, and the guitar which has been the focus of his life for half a century. Having run a successful performing, recording, composing, arranging, teaching and international publishing business Mike continues to live in the small regional city of his birth in Queensland ...
 
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'They came to fight': Cops blast CBD violence Police condemn 'angry young men' after 10 officers were hospitalised and 235 arrests made amid shocking scenes in Melbourne. ‘Operation Hookless’: Defence pact kept under the radar The covert negotiations that hatched a historic military union have been compared to a scene from a John le Carre novel. Ke…
 
On this week's episode of The Australian's Money Cafe James Kirby is joined by Rudi Filapek-Vandyck, publisher of share market guide FNarena.com. They discuss rising debt and the share market, if the ASX can avoid a plunge in September (the worst month of the year) and the Dusk Group - the small cap that smells nice. To read articles on the topics …
 
In this episode, we join Jason and Luke for hangout session #5. They hit on a variety of topics and catch up with what they have going on. Follow Jason Rodgers here: The Gecko Effect Follow Luke here: Beaches Scaly Beasts Facebook Beaches Scaly Beasts Youtube MPR Network: Website: https://www.moreliapythonradio.net YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/…
 
Now more than ever, public servants are being encouraged to take up mobility opportunities and learn from the different experiences offered within the public sector. The benefits of having an open growth mindset and a genuine commitment to understanding different workplace contexts, help us to be more flexible in our roles, and better prepares us f…
 
Ben Gauntlett is the Disability Discrimination Commissioner. Ben is a quadriplegic following a schoolboy rugby union accident at the age of 16. He presents on Inclusive Education in Australia and where it is going at ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021. Support the show (http://acel.org.au/membership)…
 
Please welcome back to the show Regina Peterburgsky from the Women on Amazon Podcast. This episode is a little different where we talk about investing in Crypto using a strategy that Amazon Veteran, Dan Hollings has put together called ‘The Plan’. My brother Mike (if you listened to Episode 105, you’ll remember Mike and I sell together on Amazon) r…
 
The thing that strikes you about Sue is her passion for health and safety. Her ContractorSafe business helps companies sort out how they deal with contractors. Many, she believes, over complicate the relationships and responsibilities of company to contractors which ultimately ends in additional costs and bureaucracy. Sue's approach is to give Prin…
 
Hundreds under arrest as 'angry men' blamed Victoria Police say so-called freedom protests were just men out for a fight, as WA demonstrators put on a show of solidarity with eastern states. US to take AUKUS sub dispute with France to the UN Washington tries to calm tensions as unprecedented move by France to recall ambassadors from Australia and t…
 
Protesters mass as NSW records 1,331 cases Police in Melbourne scramble to block protesters who have begun to swarm through an inner-city suburb, as officers put up a show of force in western Sydney. US to take AUKUS sub dispute with France to the UN Washington tries to calm tensions as unprecedented move by France to recall ambassadors from Austra…
 
France recalls ambassadors as subs row deepens Marise Payne responds after France accuses Australia and the US of ‘unacceptable behaviour’ and scraps gala event in Washington. AUKUS pact is the biggest strategy shift of our lifetime In the wake of the AUKUS alliance, two things are now clear: Scott Morrison has changed Australia’s future, and China…
 
France recalls ambassadors as subs row deepens Accusing Australia and the US of ‘unacceptable behaviour’, France recalls ambassadors to both nations and scraps White House gala. Lockdown protesters plot to give police the slip Organisers of Sydney and Melbourne anti-lockdown rallies will release location details only an hour before scheduled midday…
 
Minister’s trade lure to reboot China ties Australia has put China on notice it will oppose Beijing’s bid to join one the world’s biggest trading pacts until it calls off trade strikes against Australian exports. Probe US knowledge of Wuhan lab leak: Pompeo Mike Pompeo has backed a review into America’s intelligence agencies to examine what they kn…
 
Two LGAs back to lockdown; new quarantine trials NSW and Tasmania flag end to hotel quarantine with home trials for overseas arrivals. As NSW records 1284 new cases and 12 deaths, two more regions return to lockdown. End the deep freeze or no deal, Tehan tells Beijing Trade Minister responds sharply to China’s bid to join Australia and 10 other cou…
 
NSW hits 50pc vaxxed, to start home quarantine NSW has delivered more than 80pc first jabs, which comes as it reported 1284 new cases and 12 deaths; Victoria has 510 new cases. Qantas counting on end to quarantine Qantas has welcomed a NSW trial of home quarantine but warned restrictions may need to ease further to make international travel a reali…
 
Victoria records 510 new cases, hits jabs mark The source of 386 infections is under investigation; Victoria reaches 70pc first jabs ahead of schedule as some restrictions ease. ‘Getting on the beers’ still banned The Andrews government has confirmed it would not be lifting a ban on people removing their masks to consume ­alcohol while outside the …
 
Alliance for the ages as China threat grows AUKUS pact to deliver sov­ereign nuclear sub, missile program for greatest projection of our military power into the Indo-Pacific. 'Getting on the beers' still banned at picnics Daniel Andrews' government confirms ban on removing masks to drink alcohol will remain ... but will police enforce the rule? Pie…
 
Alliance for the ages as China threat grows AUKUS pact to deliver sov­ereign nuclear sub, missile program for greatest projection of our military power into the Indo-Pacific. 'Getting on the beers' still banned at picnics Daniel Andrews' government confirms ban on removing masks to drink alcohol will remain ... but will police enforce the rule? Pie…
 
Alliance for the ages as China threat grows The AUKUS pact will deliver a sov­ereign nuclear submarine and missile program for the greatest projection of the nation’s military power into the Indo-Pacific ­region. Australia’s nuclear sea zone The new submarines will be able to lie undetected for months in the South or East China Sea. How Morrison pu…
 
'Irresponsible': China blasts nuclear subs deal Beijing reacts with fury after Australia acquires at least eight nuclear-powered submarines in a deal with the US and UK. Military pact has long-term benefits, if time is on our side The historic submarine deal looks like a huge development. But our first sub won’t arrive for a very long time, and our…
 
Shout out to our good friends at Ladbrokes who sponsor our special interest segment. Of course we provided a deep dive of the feature races of the day, the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes & The George Main. As always, we finished off the episode with our Juicy Stakes segment, where we provide our best bets of the day across the country, while raising mone…
 
PM: 'Forever partnership' to counter China Australia will acquire at least eight nuclear-powered submarines in a once-in-a-generation agreement under a historic Defence technology partnership with the US and UK. Ardern bans Australian nuclear subs from NZ waters Despite welcoming US-UK engagement in Indo-Pacific, New Zealand’s position on nuclear-p…
 
In this episode we chat about chains, cassettes and how to keep your bike shifting smoothly. Thanks to our sponsors. Lead Out sports- the best tools in the business FE Sports - FE Sports are among the leading industry experts in sporting product Imports, Distribution, Wholesale and Customer Service in Australia and NZ. They are the Official Distrib…
 
Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing team principal Herve Poncharal discusses Remy Gardner's graduation to his MotoGP™ outfit for 2022 and reflects on the emotional first premier-class win for his team in Austria last year, while we wrap up Sunday's thrilling Aragon Grand Prix won by Pecco Bagnaia.Di Australian Grand Prix
 
'Momentous': US, UK, Australia in new alliance Morrison, Biden and Johnson announce a unique nuclear sub deal for Australia as they launch a historic security partnership to counter Beijing. ‘Stabbed in the back’: France reacts France blasts Australia’s decision to scrap a multi-billion submarine deal in favour of a new defence pact and nuclear boa…
 
Australia to get nuclear subs in US, UK alliance Australia will become the only non-nuclear country in the world to have a maritime nuclear capability, in historic security partnership to counter Beijing | WATCH ANNOUNCEMENT Two-state solution: open up the borders Two of the most influential business groups in NSW and Victoria have united to demand…
 
Two-state solution: open up the borders Two of the most influential businesses groups in NSW and Victoria have united to demand their respective states lift border restrictions City faces hard lockdown to fight protest As Sydney lifts a curfew on 12 LGAs, Melbourne faces drastic measures to keep thousands of anti-lockdown protesters from the CBD th…
 
City faces hard lockdown to fight protest As Sydney lifts a curfew on 12 LGAs, Melbourne faces drastic measures to keep thousands of anti-lockdown protesters from the CBD this weekend. Morrison to probe Porter blind trust Scott Morrison is investigating whether a blind trust of secret benefactors helping to pay Christian Porter’s defamation legal f…
 
NSW hits 80pc milestone as curfew lifts The state added 1259 cases and 12 deaths, as first vaccine doses hit 80 per cent and the curfew in LGAs of concern is lifted. Qantas releases international flight plan Qantas has revealed the schedule for its first overseas flights in almost two years, from December. Part carrot, part stick but local vax pass…
 
Victoria adds 423 cases amid 80pc warning A further two people have died in Victoria, as the Covid-19 Task Force Commander says reaching the vaccination target will be 'hard work'. Revealed: Chinese defector warned US on Covid in 2019 American intelligence agencies were told in late 2019 — months before China admitted the existence of Covid-19 — a …
 
I warned US on Covid in 2019: Chinese defector American intelligence agencies were told in late 2019 — months before China admitted the existence of Covid-19 — a virus was out of control in Wuhan, but ignored the warnings. Man in 20s youngest to die amid Victorian case surge Melbourne’s north, west continue to have highest case numbers and lowest j…
 
I warned US on Covid in 2019: Chinese defector American intelligence agencies were told in late 2019 — months before China admitted the existence of Covid-19 — a virus was out of control in Wuhan, but ignored the warnings. Man in 20s youngest to die amid Victorian case surge Melbourne’s north, west continue to have highest case numbers and lowest j…
 
Another week, another episode. Despite Sen ghosting the boys for the second week straight and dodging 214 missed calls from Rohit alone, the show must go on. As has been tradition on the podcast recently, this week's episode starts with a cowardly ambush to blind side Miguel. Kush, calmer in tone but more hurt in spirit, "exposes" Miguel for once a…
 
I warned US on Covid in 2019: Chinese defector American intelligence agencies were told in late 2019 — months before China admitted the existence of Covid-19 — a virus was out of control in Wuhan, but ignored the warnings. Premier's heated meeting with lockdown mayors Gladys Berejiklian faced claims of discrimination in a fiery meeting with 12 Sydn…
 
Unions tell MPs: step up and fill Fitzgibbon’s shoes Major unions are urging Labor MPs to fill the void left by Joel Fitzgibbon and publicly support the resources sector and traditional industries. Premier's heated meeting with lockdown mayors Gladys Berejiklian faced claims of discrimination in a fiery meeting with 12 Sydney mayors in strict lockd…
 
With each sunrise comes light breaking through the darkness. This week’s stories are about destruction, devastation and darkness but also the healing that comes after. Then Came The Birds by Sarah Mashman When the bushfires in 2020 hit her home, Alice Ansara had to evacuate three times over six weeks through still burning forests and bypassing melt…
 
'They may regret that': WA's border threat Mark McGowan warns South Australians may be shut out of West Australia if SA follows through with plans to open to NSW and Victoria. Albanese defends Keneally as a ‘great migrant success story’ Anthony Albanese spruiks US-born Kristina Keneally’s ‘migrant’ background as he defends Labor over the decision t…
 
Victoria/Tasmania’s recently crowned Wellness Advocate of the Year, Sadish Visvalingam, outlines why it’s crucial for brokers to look after their wellbeing and mental health. Being in the best physical and mental shape possible is good for all business professionals, but especially for small business owners like brokers. In this episode of Elite Br…
 
Vanessa Nöcker, producer and director of the much-anticipated 'Schumacher' documentary premiering on Netflix this week, takes us behind the scenes on the creation of the film and working with Michael Schumacher's family from concept to completion, while we wrap up Daniel Ricciardo's brilliant win for McLaren in the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.…
 
Victoria adds 445 cases, unlinked infections grow The state records two deaths as the latest vaccination data reveals which areas are lagging behind the rest of the nation. Union rejects Crown mandatory jab plan Union representing Crown staff opposes plan to mandate Covid vaccinations, saying it should be left to government. ‘Everything on the line…
 
State Covid rules locking out help for farmers Almost 30,000 overseas workers approved to fill labour shortages face being locked out due to state restrictions, quarantine caps. Melbourne cluster school boss backs 'conscience' Principal says his conscience is clear over at least 31 infections, arguing society must deal with outbreaks in education. …
 
State Covid rules locking out help for farmers Almost 30,000 overseas workers approved to fill labour shortages face being locked out of Australia due to hotel quarantine caps and state Covid-19 restrictions. NSW region locks down after three free days A region of NSW has been forced into hard lockdown once again; Gladys Berejiklian's warning to un…
 
NSW region locks down after three free days A region of NSW has been forced into hard lockdown once again; Gladys Berejiklian's warning to unvaccinated at odds with comments from her deputy. ‘Follow Boris’: Push to ditch vaccine passports Coalition conservatives are calling on national cabinet to dump vaccine passports to enter pubs, stadiums and h…
 
Mixed messages on freedoms for unvaxxed As NSW records 1257 new cases and seven more deaths, Gladys Berejiklian's warning to unvaccinated at odds with the line from John Barilaro on additional freedoms. ‘Some states seek conflict’: Hunt hits out at Andrews Greg Hunt denies Daniel Andrews’ claims his government wasn’t advised before the PM announced…
 
Vic cases leap to 473 with 271 mysteries Of Victoria's new cases, 202 are linked to known outbreaks; Berejiklian will front today's press conference after all. Australia’s vaccine passport technology to be tested in major global cities to ensure compatability. Brace for a nasty start to 2022 Potential turmoil over the relaxation of Covid restrictio…
 
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