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English, News magazine, 1 season, 1301 episodes, 2 days, 5 hours, 18 minutes
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Nightlife with Phil Clark and Sarah MacDonald has everything you need to get you through the night, seven nights a week.
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Music a "great refuge" for Midnight Oil's Jim Moginie

Jim Moginie revealed his favourite songs and the stories behind them.
5/18/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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The untold stories of Australia's female convicts

The number of female convicts in Australia were few compared to men - making them very sought after.
5/17/202422 minutes
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Why medieval fares are joust what we need

What on earth is a hurdy-gurdy? Louise D'Arcens explained this and more in a fun chat about all things medieval. 
5/17/202424 minutes, 16 seconds
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Protecting Heritage Sites from Climate Change

Climate change is a concern for most Australians. Wild swings in weather impact our daily lives and the environment around us. So how about protecting our World Heritage sites such as Kakadu and Uluru-Kata Tjuta which are at the mercy of the elements?
5/16/202413 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Value of Art

How do you know if the art on your walls is still worth anything? How do you know if you're paying a fair price for a piece of art?
5/16/202447 minutes, 47 seconds
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International Affairs - Putin in Beijing

Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in the Chinese capital Beijing for his first foreign visit since he was sworn in for a fifth presidential term last week.
5/16/202414 minutes, 38 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ron Mizen - Australian Financial Review

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ron Mizen, Senior Political Reporter for the Australian Financial Review, who covers politics, economics, business and law.
5/16/202419 minutes, 4 seconds
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Alternative Building Materials

Mud bricks, rammed earth, and massive timber/cross laminated timber the topic of discussion on Nightlife with a look to alternative building materials.
5/15/202446 minutes, 37 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Fran Kelly - ABC Political Commentator

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Fran Kelly, Political Journalist, Presenter of Saturday Extra on RN, co-host of "The Party Room" podcast.
5/15/202418 minutes, 15 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business and Finance Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest news in business and finance.  
5/15/202411 minutes, 33 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Ella Mittas

Chef, food writer and caterer Ella Mittas grew up on Greek cuisine, cooked by and for families.
5/15/202413 minutes, 1 second
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Paul Bongiorno - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Paul Bongiorno, veteran political reporter of 30+ years' experience and columnist for The Saturday Paper.
5/14/202416 minutes, 8 seconds
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Nightlife Screen Stuff with Wenlei Ma

Film and television critic Wenlei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
5/14/202414 minutes, 32 seconds
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Budget 2024 - The Nightlife Panel

The Nightlife Budget Panel for 2024 explores the financial plan outlaid by Treasurer Jim Chalmers for the year ahead.
5/14/202451 minutes, 7 seconds
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Nightlife History - Carrick Hill Heritage House

Susan McCormack is the director of Carrick Hill and joined Philip Clark to discuss the loving restoration of this iconic landmark. 
5/14/202413 minutes, 58 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Clare Armstrong - NewsCorp

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Clare Armstrong, national political editor for NewsCorp.
5/13/202412 minutes, 48 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Charley Lineweaver

Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver, Astrophysicist at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University, joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest in science and space. 
5/13/202418 minutes, 7 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Bhutan

Travel writer Ute Junker journeyed to Bhutan recently and returns to Nightlife with Philip Clark to give us the details. 
5/13/202416 minutes, 24 seconds
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Dealing with High Functioning Anxiety

Philip Clark delved deeper into High Functioning Anxiety with mental health advocate and former ABC National Medical Reporter Sophie Scott and clinical psychologist and senior advisor to Beyond Blue, Dr Luke Martin. 
5/13/202448 minutes, 28 seconds
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Em Rusciano on her favourite childhood books

The comedian, writer,  singer and podcaster shared what books made her.
5/10/202429 minutes, 11 seconds
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Beef Week with Anna Daniels on Nightlife

Rockhampton is hosting beef week until Saturday, an exhibition and celebration of all facets of the industry, including producers, scientists, chefs, students, exhibitors, and everyone in between.
5/9/202413 minutes, 54 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest motoring news and to answer listener questions.
5/9/202448 minutes, 11 seconds
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Foreign Correspondent - John Lyons - Middle East Ceasefire

ABC Global Affairs Editor and former Middle East Correspondent John Lyons joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest with the Gaza ceasefire. 
5/9/202413 minutes, 31 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Michael Pascoe - The New Daily

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Michael Pascoe, New Daily contributing editor and author of The Summertime of Dreams.
5/9/202416 minutes, 22 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Ellie's Table

Coriander, red chilies, cumin spiced lamb, poached chicken and dill soup are just some of the smells that graced chef Ellie Bouhadana's childhood kitchen.
5/8/202416 minutes, 12 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ashleigh Raper - Ten News First

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ashleigh Raper, Political Editor, Ten News First. 
5/8/202414 minutes, 48 seconds
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A little clothing nostalgia on Nightlife

Do you ever get a little nostalgic when you see an item of fashion from your youth that has returned to the streets?
5/8/202448 minutes, 47 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business and Finance Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark with the latest news in business and finance. 
5/8/202413 minutes, 36 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks

Peter Marks, software developer and technology commentator from Access Informatics joined Philip Clark with all the latest in tech news on Nightlife.    
5/7/202418 minutes, 8 seconds
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Nightlife History - Cobb & Co.

This year marks the 100th anniversary since the last Cobb & Co service ran in Australia.
5/7/202419 minutes, 31 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Roger Montgomery

Roger Montgomery, Chief Investment Officer of Montgomery Investments, joined Philip Clark to discuss the latest news in business and finance.
5/7/202448 minutes, 57 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ron Mizen - Australian Financial Review

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ron Mizen, Senior Political Reporter for the Australian Financial Review, who covers politics, economics, business and law.
5/7/202411 minutes, 28 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Sweden, Malmo, Eurovision 2024

Nightlife crosses to Lonely Planet's Chris Zeiher, who is in the thick of the approximately one hundred thousand additional visitors in the city of Malmö, Sweden for Eurovison.
5/6/202412 minutes, 35 seconds
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Do you still add happiness to your mix of life?

When was the last time you did something for the pure pleasure of it?
5/6/202452 minutes, 48 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Zoe Keane

Zoe Keane science communicator and features reporter with ABC Hobart joined Philip Clark with the latest science news.   
5/6/202413 minutes, 46 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Hugh Riminton - Ten News First

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hugh Riminton, National Affairs Editor, Ten News First.
5/6/202419 minutes, 38 seconds
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Chanel No.5: The 'disruptor' of the perfume industry

The perfume - that's managed to stay relevant all these years - has an interesting backstory. 
5/5/202433 minutes, 13 seconds
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Piecing together history: treasures from the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef not only attracts travellers because of its beautiful coral reefs and sea-life, but also its shipwrecks, full of treasures.
5/4/202422 minutes, 38 seconds
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Embracing slow living with Meridith Gaston Masnata

The Australian author has written a handy guide on how to prioritise your wellbeing in a practical way.
5/4/202422 minutes, 59 seconds
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How to have better arguments

Do you need to improve the way you argue? well you're not alone. Associate Professor Michaelis Michael gave some tips. 
5/3/202422 minutes, 20 seconds
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Latest on the Russia and Ukraine war

Philip Clark speaks to two distinguished guests about the latest in the Russia and Ukraine war.
5/2/202449 minutes, 44 seconds
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Tracy Hall's story of surviving a serial conman

Tracy Hall reveals the full story of her sixteen-month relationship with the conman, and his ultimate betrayal in her book: 'The Last Victim'
5/2/202419 minutes, 6 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown: Peter Martin, Business and Economy Editor, The Conversation Australia

Peter Martin, Business and Economy Editor, The Conversation Australia & Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU joined Philip Clark for Nightlife News Breakdown
5/2/202416 minutes, 8 seconds
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Nightlife International Affairs- Rob Watson BBC World Service UK Political Correspondent

Rob Watson, BBC World Service UK Political Correspondent joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest developments in UK politics
5/2/202412 minutes, 38 seconds
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Wild Quests and the Eco Tourism Threat

Satyajit Das has just published his latest book, simply called "Wild Quests", where he combines travelogue, history and science to examine our relationship with animals and what it might mean for the future of the planet.
5/1/202449 minutes, 39 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business and Finance Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark with the latest in business and finance. 
5/1/202412 minutes, 26 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Michael Pascoe - The New Daily

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Michael Pascoe, New Daily contributing editor and author of The Summertime of Dreams. 
5/1/202418 minutes, 41 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Cooking with Spices

How do you know if you're purchasing a quality spice product, and when we cook with spices, are we using them in the right way?
5/1/202415 minutes, 7 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Mark Kenny - The Canberra Times

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Mark Kenny, professor at the ANU's Australian Studies Institute, Canberra Times' political analyst and host of the Democracy Sausage podcast.
4/30/202417 minutes, 16 seconds
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Awarding Australia's Richest Literary Prize

What is Australia's richest literary prize?
4/30/202415 minutes, 1 second
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The Story of Australian Wine 1788 to the Modern Era

Australian Master of Wine, Andrew Caillard joined Nightlife to discuss the finer aspects of our wine industry, having recently completed the trilogy The Australian Ark – a history of Australian winemaking from 1788 to 2023. 
4/30/202449 minutes, 24 seconds
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Nightlife Screen Stuff with Wenlei Ma

Film and television critic Wenlei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
4/30/202416 minutes, 48 seconds
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Nightlife Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Warwick's Weekly Wrap - Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport with his weekly wrap.     
4/30/202419 minutes, 14 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Charlie Lineweaver

Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver, Astrophysicist at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University, joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest in science and space. 
4/29/202419 minutes, 5 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Clare Armstrong - NewsCorp

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Clare Armstrong, national political editor for NewsCorp
4/29/202414 minutes, 53 seconds
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How to Battle and Beat Burnout

Have you ever found yourself feeling burnt-out? Sometimes when we're feeling exhausted and overwhelmed it's hard to see the way forward.
4/29/202448 minutes, 13 seconds
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Nightlife Travel to the Tiwi Islands

With a thriving Aboriginal arts culture, secluded fishing lodges and a passion for football, the Tiwi Islands promise a holiday like no other.
4/29/202415 minutes, 7 seconds
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On the Run from Putin

Nick Stride and his family were forced to hide from a powerful man in Russia. Now he's going public with his story.
4/27/202443 minutes, 26 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest motoring news and to answer listener questions.
4/25/202447 minutes, 45 seconds
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The Sandakan Silence - Lest We Forget

ANZAC day ceremonies have been held not just across Australia but also overseas at places where Australians fought and died.
4/25/202419 minutes, 52 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ellen Fanning - ABC Broadcaster

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ellen Fanning, ABC Journalist, presenter of the ABC News Queensland on Friday and Saturday nights.
4/25/202415 minutes, 19 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ron Mizen - Australian Financial Review

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ron Mizen, Senior Political Reporter for the Australian Financial Review, who covers politics, economics, business and law.
4/24/202417 minutes, 54 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Organic Riverland Veggies

Peter Brooke and his wife Ann spend a lot of time with his hands in the earth, digging up organic vegies in South Australia's Riverland region.
4/24/202415 minutes, 47 seconds
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Caring for Australia's Vast Coastline

Australia's coastline of coral reefs, mangroves, and seaweed forests is spectacular, but it's all in dire straits.
4/24/202448 minutes, 12 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Gareth Hutchens

Gareth Hutchens, business and economics reporter with the ABC, and economics and political reporter for Guardian Australia joined Philip Clark on Nightlife. 
4/24/202413 minutes, 35 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Peter Hartcher - SMH and The Age

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Peter Hartcher, political and international editor of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
4/23/202417 minutes, 26 seconds
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Nightlife History - The Diggers of Kapyong

The Battle of Kapyong, in 1951, was perhaps the most crucial involvement of Australians during the Korean War.
4/23/202415 minutes, 24 seconds
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Nightlife Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport with his weekly wrap.   
4/23/202420 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Autumn Property Market

Cost of living issues many Australians are facing is also being felt with property.
4/23/202448 minutes, 40 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks

Peter Marks, software developer and technology commentator from Access Informatics joined Philip Clark with all the latest in tech news on Nightlife.  
4/23/202416 minutes, 30 seconds
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Women's Heart Health - Symptoms to Seriously Consider

What is the latest in understanding the causes of heart disease and what are the best strategies to avoid heart attacks?
4/22/202449 minutes, 43 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Hugh Riminton - Ten News First

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hugh Riminton, National Affairs Editor, Ten News First.
4/22/202419 minutes, 56 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Exploring with a spiritual purpose

Julie Baker, founder of the travel company "Journeys of the Spirit" discusses with Philip Clark travellers who have the aim of either connecting back in or discovering their spiritual self. 
4/22/202412 minutes, 32 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Wendy Zuckerman

Wendy Zukerman, Host and Executive Producer of the Science Vs podcast on Spotify joined Philip Clark on Nightlife. 
4/22/202413 minutes, 36 seconds
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This Week In History: The Amritsar Massacre

The terrible event is something the British Government still hasn't formally apoligised for.
4/21/202434 minutes, 48 seconds
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Music special: Eric Bibb on why the blues genre is 'bigger than life'

Eric Bib is a Grammy-nominated blues singer and songwriter with over 40 albums.
4/20/202430 minutes, 50 seconds
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Olympics History: Melbourne's glorious games in 1956

The 1956 games in Melbourne were the first to be held outside of Europe and America.
4/20/202415 minutes, 49 seconds
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From book to breakthrough: Erina Reddan's cult revelation

"How do you recognise if your martial arts class is a cult?" Erina Reddan discussed the challenges of identifying all sorts of closed communities and the warning signs people should look out for.
4/19/202426 minutes, 11 seconds
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Nightlife Crime - Squizzy Vs Snowy

Crime gangs, vendettas and shootouts. 100 years ago, when criminals involved in disputes over the selling of sly grog, race fixing, and such, took to each other, often with lethal consequences.
4/18/202417 minutes, 41 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Fran Kelly - ABC Political Commentator

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Fran Kelly, Political Journalist, Presenter of Saturday Extra on RN, co-host of "The Party Room" podcast.
4/18/202416 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Adoration of Wooden Boats

We are a land bound by sea, and boats are an integral part of Australia's history. Wooden boats especially have something magical about them. They flex, they groan, they creak.
4/18/202448 minutes, 53 seconds
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International Affairs - Remembering Hella Pick

Hella Pick spent over 30 years as a foreign correspondent with "The Guardian" newspaper, in an era where men dominated journalism. Hella passed away earlier this month, at the age of 96.  
4/18/202411 minutes, 31 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business and Finance Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark with the latest in business and finance.
4/17/202412 minutes, 55 seconds
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How 3D printing is changing science fiction to fact

Dramatic advances are taking place in 3D printing human body parts, from new ears to replacement skin and newly made knee cartilage to printed corneas.
4/17/202451 minutes, 30 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Jennifer Hewitt - Australian Financial Review

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Jennifer Hewett, National Affairs columnist with the Australian Financial Review.
4/17/202416 minutes, 11 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Pickling and preserving 101

Many of us like the idea of pickling and preserving in theory, but in practice, we don't know how to go about it or think we have the right pots and pans to make it happen.
4/17/202417 minutes, 39 seconds
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Nightlife Screen Stuff with Wenlei Ma

Film and television critic Wenlei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
4/16/202414 minutes, 56 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Emily Barrett - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Emily Barrett, Managing Editor from The Saturday Paper.
4/16/202418 minutes, 59 seconds
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How do you run a commuter rail service?

How do you run a commuter rail transport network? Organising heavy, fast moving trains carrying hundreds of people, many times an hour across hundreds of kilometers, reliably, and keeping them safe, in comfort, on time and happy.
4/16/202448 minutes, 6 seconds
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Nightlife History - W C Fields in Australia

Author of Juggler Down Under - W C Fields in Australia Leann Richards joined Philip Clark on Nightlife and discussed his voyage to Sydney from San Francisco to perform. 
4/16/202415 minutes, 58 seconds
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Nightlife Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport with his weekly wrap. 
4/16/202419 minutes, 43 seconds
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Have we lost the battle over obesity?

It was not that long ago that more of the world's people had too little to eat. Now, the scales have tipped.
4/15/202444 minutes, 59 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Belinda Smith

 How fast can a wombat run?  Nightlife finds out what's true and myth about "Vombatus ursinus".
4/15/202413 minutes, 52 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Palau in the Pacific

Stunning beaches, clear blue waters, and diverse marine life, and one of the world's premier scuba-diving locations.
4/15/202415 minutes, 11 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Paul Bongiorno - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Paul Bongiorno, veteran political reporter of 30+ years' experience and columnist for The Saturday Paper.
4/15/202414 minutes, 41 seconds
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Olympics History: London 1948 & Helsinki 1952

The first games after WWII and debut of the Soviet Union's participation
4/14/202415 minutes, 12 seconds
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This Mortal Coil: Quakers In Australia

What does it mean to be a member of The Society of Friends?
4/14/202428 minutes, 59 seconds
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"You've got to see me out': how Peter Goldsworthy's patients responded to the news that the GP had cancer

Author and GP Peter Goldsworthy approached his diagnosis of cancer with one eye on its medical intricacies and another on its storytelling potential. 
4/12/202425 minutes, 36 seconds
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Teacher Shortages in Australia

Do you know how many teachers there are in Australia? Nearly 400,000, according to the most recent census — That's 3.3% of the workforce… But as Australia's population grows, we'll need significantly more teachers heading into the future.
4/12/202429 minutes, 2 seconds
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Nightlfe News Breakdown - Hamish Macdonald - ABC Radio National

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hamish Macdonald, journalist and former foreign correspondent to Russia and Ukraine, host on Radio National and creator and presenter of the podcast Global Roaming with Geraldine Doogue.
4/11/202417 minutes, 27 seconds
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International Affairs - The Rise of Germany's Far Right

CNN’s Senior International Correspondent, Frederik Pleitgen is a close watcher of German and European politics and joined Philip Clark on Nightlife.
4/11/202427 minutes, 17 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest motoring news and to answer listener questions
4/11/202450 minutes, 27 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Peter Martin - The Conversation

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Peter Martin, Business and Economy Editor, The Conversation Australia & Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.
4/10/202419 minutes, 2 seconds
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Nightlife Food - The Diversity of Lima, Peru

The Peruvian capital of Lima is a bustling metropolis with a rich and diverse food scene, and in fact is home to more restaurants in the 'World's 50 Best' than any other city.
4/10/202415 minutes, 9 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business and Finance Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark with the latest in business and finance. 
4/10/202415 minutes, 8 seconds
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What makes for a great coach?

We are a very sporting nation, and Australians actively pursue sports of all codes, varieties, and types throughout the year. And behind each team is a coach of some sort, some better than others. What makes for a top sporting coach?   
4/10/202449 minutes, 12 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Nick Bruining

Nick Bruining, independent financial adviser, joins Nightlife regularly to talk about the ever-changing world of business and finance and what these changes mean for you. 
4/9/202447 minutes, 47 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Andrew Tillett - Australian Financial Review

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Andrew Tillett who writes on politics, foreign affairs, defence and security from the Canberra press gallery.
4/9/202418 minutes, 49 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks

Peter Marks, software developer and technology commentator from Access Informatics joined Philip Clark with all the latest in tech news on Nightlife.
4/9/202416 minutes, 33 seconds
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Nightlife Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport. 
4/9/202418 minutes, 13 seconds
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Nightlife History - Australians and Gaza

An historical look at why you often see the term "Gaza" in Australian contexts with Michael Kelly, Historian with the Australian War Memorial's Military History Section. 
4/9/202415 minutes, 30 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Sparty in Budapest

Nightlife heads to Hungary to explore the fusion of history and hedonism at the Grand Budapest Bath Party, also known as Sparty.
4/8/202411 minutes, 52 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Will Grant

Dr Will Grant, Associate Professor in Science Communication at the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest news and issues in science. 
4/8/202413 minutes, 12 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Quentin Dempster - Former ABC Presenter

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Quentin Dempster, Former ABC Presenter and Freelance Journalist.
4/8/202419 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Rise of the LATs - Living Apart Together

They are known as LATS, people who are in relationships but don't live together. Demographers call this Living Apart Together, and it's becoming a more common way of life.
4/8/202449 minutes, 1 second
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Six kayaks and a handful of limpet mines: the daring antics of World War 2's Operation Frankton

The commandos who signed up for Operation Frankton were expressly told that their chances of living a long life were 'very remote'. 
4/7/202427 minutes, 14 seconds
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Engelbert Humperdinck

How did Engelbert Humperdinck get his name?
4/6/202437 minutes, 35 seconds
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Timeless craft of Woodwork

The timeless craft of woodworking
4/6/202423 minutes, 40 seconds
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History of the Olympics: Berlin, 1936

In the lead up to the Paris Olympics, we're hearing the stories of earlier games.
4/6/202414 minutes, 8 seconds
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How not to pack it in emotionally when you're packing-up the family home.

Navigating the emotional journey when packing up a family home
4/5/202429 minutes, 10 seconds
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Reimagining our concepts of money and finance

The modern financial system's underpinnings may not be what we often contemplate, but it is essential to each of us.
4/4/202448 minutes, 16 seconds
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Foreign Correspondent - Bill Birtles

ABC's East Asia Correspondent Bill Birtles joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest on local geopolitical issues.
4/4/202415 minutes, 1 second
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ellen Fanning - ABC News Presenter

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ellen Fanning, ABC Journalist, presenter of the ABC News Queensland on Friday and Saturday nights.
4/4/202417 minutes, 14 seconds
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Whatever happened to the humble bathroom?

Elizabeth Farrelly laments that the humble bathtub is fast disappearing from our dwellings and wonders if the ritual of bathing horizontally is being erased through design.
4/4/202416 minutes, 29 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Air Frying with Kim McCosker

Since the pandemic, the demand for air fryer recipes has soared, matched by the impressive rise in air fryer sales.
4/3/202415 minutes, 11 seconds
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AI

AI is not the future, it has arrived, and we are using this technology now with all its promises and more importantly, the possible perils.
4/3/202449 minutes, 28 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Amy Remeikis - The Guardian

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Amy Remeikis, political reporter with The Guardian, Australia. 
4/3/202417 minutes, 30 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender - ABC Business & Finance Editor

ABC's Business and Finance Editor Ian Verrender joined Phil with the latest in business and finance.
4/3/202415 minutes, 27 seconds
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Nightlife History - The Polish abductees who ended up in Australia

After World War Two, Australia received a host of refugees from war-torn nations, and these included a surprising number of Polish people who had endured what is known as the "Polish Abduction".
4/2/202416 minutes, 30 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Karen Middleton - The Guardian Australia

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Karen Middleton, Chief Political Editor for The Guardian Australia.
4/2/202419 minutes, 5 seconds
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Who Owns the Moon?

Suddenly there is a new explosion of interest in going back to the Moon. Why all the haste?
4/2/202446 minutes, 58 seconds
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Nightlife Screen Stuff with Wenlei Ma

Film and television critic Wenlei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
4/2/202413 minutes, 43 seconds
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Nightlife Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport.   
4/2/202418 minutes, 39 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - The Northern Rivers Rail Trail

Where old railway routes are no longer used for trains, the corridor has been turned into something special.
4/1/202411 minutes, 46 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Mark Kenny - The Canberra Times

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Mark Kenny, professor at the ANU's Australian Studies Institute, Canberra Times' political analyst and host of the Democracy Sausage podcast.
4/1/202418 minutes, 1 second
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Community housing for people with psychological disability

Nightlife discusses the importance of independent but supported long-term accommodation for people with serious mental illness.
4/1/202448 minutes, 23 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Zoe Kean

Zoe Kean, ABC science communicator joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with a look at the latest science news.
4/1/202414 minutes, 54 seconds
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Irish author Marian Keyes on female friendships and 'feathery strokers'

Best selling Irish author Marian Keyes wants women to talk more about the pain caused when female friendships end. 
3/30/202422 minutes, 37 seconds
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Lyrca bubble skirts and Whitney Houston's big vocals: Melinda Schneider's calling 1987 her Best Year Ever

Melinda Schneider remembers being a 16 year old singing in the bedroom as she plays her favourite songs from 1987 
3/30/202428 minutes, 49 seconds
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Meet the Grand Duke of Westarctica, the micronation with a purpose

What does it take to create your own micronation?  In the case of Westarctica, just a few letters stating the intent to do so
3/30/202422 minutes, 7 seconds
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Pistols at dawn: why gentlemen risked their lives to defend their honour

Duelling was at its peak in the Anglosphere in the late 18th and early 19th centuries and entailed with a very specific code of conduct 
3/30/202436 minutes, 2 seconds
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History of the Olympics: 1928 & 1932

In the lead up to the Paris Olympics, we're hearing the stories of earlier games.
3/30/202412 minutes, 29 seconds
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Literary Lunch: Kathy Lette talks about her new book

Outspoken and celebrated comic author and columnist Kathy Lette is known for writing iconic books like Puberty Blues, and has since written 20 books in total.
3/29/202440 minutes, 37 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest motoring news and to answer listener questions.
3/28/202448 minutes, 41 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ron Mizen - Australian Financial Review

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ron Mizen, Senior Political Reporter for the Australian Financial Review, who covers politics, economics, business and law.
3/28/202420 minutes, 39 seconds
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F1 Sports Drivers Fitness

In Formula One there is a lot of focus on the car as a machine, but there is also a focus on the human drivers as a machine too.
3/28/202416 minutes, 43 seconds
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International Affairs - Assange Extradition Reprieve

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been handed a temporary reprieve from the threat of immediate extradition to the U.S.
3/28/202414 minutes, 19 seconds
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The Devastating War between Israelis and Palestinians

John Lyons has reported on the Middle East for three decades and profoundly knows the conflict and its causes. The ABC's Global Affairs Editor joined Philip Clark to try to make sense of what is happening and why it is so shocking to the rest of the world. 
3/27/202448 minutes, 22 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Michael Pascoe - The New Daily

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Michael Pascoe, New Daily contributing editor and author of The Summertime of Dreams.
3/27/202413 minutes, 53 seconds
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Nightlife Food - What Can I Bring

You know that moment, no matter how competent a cook you are, when you've been asked to bring something to a gathering of some sort.
3/27/202413 minutes, 24 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business and Finance Editor Ian Verrender joined Phil with the latest in business and finance. 
3/27/202412 minutes, 15 seconds
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Nightlife Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport. 
3/26/202420 minutes, 11 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Clare Armstrong - NewsCorp

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Clare Armstrong, national political editor for NewsCorp.
3/26/202413 minutes, 53 seconds
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Nightlife History - Whaling in Eden

Using the unique geography of the bay, the local orcas would ambush baleen whales, ruthlessly forcing them into shallower waters for the whalers to finish off.
3/26/202415 minutes, 29 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Roger Montgomery

Roger Montgomery, Chief Investment Officer of Montgomery Investments, joined Philip Clark to discuss the latest news in business and finance.   
3/26/202443 minutes, 37 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks

Peter Marks, software developer and technology commentator from Access Informatics joined Philip Clark with all the latest in tech news on Nightlife.     
3/26/202416 minutes, 45 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Hugh Riminton - Ten News First

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hugh Riminton, National Affairs Editor, Ten News First.
3/25/202419 minutes, 53 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Belinda Smith

Belinda Smith from ABC Science joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues covering all things science.  
3/25/202413 minutes, 46 seconds
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Loneliness - combatting social isolation

One in three of us faces the pressing public health concern of loneliness, as recognized by the World Health Organization, highlighting its widespread impact on physical and mental well-being.
3/25/202447 minutes, 34 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Danube River Cruising

Nightlife takes you on a six-day Danube River cruise sailing from Vienna to Prague.
3/25/202415 minutes, 58 seconds
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Scotland's oldest tartan is being brought back to life

The Glen Affric tartan joins thousands of officially copyrighted tartan designs and is being made into new tartan products. 
3/24/202426 minutes, 16 seconds
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This Week In History: The Battle of Matapan

Off the coast of Greece, an operation planned by the Italians, known as the Battle of Matapan, went wayward.
3/24/202427 minutes, 56 seconds
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The Olympics of 1920 and 1924

The 1920 Olympics of Antwerp and Paris of 1924
3/24/202414 minutes, 2 seconds
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The Art Collection of King Charles 1st

It included masterpieces by Titian, Rapahel and more...
3/23/202428 minutes, 59 seconds
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Italian singer, Matteo Bocelli

Son of the legendary Andrea, Matteo Bocelli is a powerhouse in his own right
3/23/202427 minutes, 37 seconds
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The Ghostwriter: Liam Peiper

Liam Peiper is a ghostwriter bound to secrecy... 
3/22/202424 minutes, 33 seconds
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Feijoas with Kate Evans

Fragrant, guava-esque, unique... Kate Evans shares her love of feijoas
3/22/202433 minutes, 1 second
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UFOs - Are We Alone?

Nick Pope, a former UFO investigator for the UK Ministry of Defence joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the possibilities of life elsewhere and whether we are alone. 
3/21/202415 minutes, 13 seconds
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International Affairs - UK AUS Defence Talks

British Foreign Secretary David Cameron and Defence Secretary Grant Shapps are in Australia now to hold talks with Foreign Minister Penny Wong and Defence Minister Richard Marles.
3/21/202410 minutes, 43 seconds
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The Renaissance of the Aussie Motel

Remember when the open road called, and the soft glow of mid-century motel signs promised a comfortable night's sleep?
3/21/202447 minutes, 51 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ellen Fanning - ABC News Presenter

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ellen Fanning, ABC Journalist, presenter of the ABC News Queensland on Friday and Saturday nights.
3/21/202422 minutes, 45 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to look at the latest business and economic news. 
3/20/202413 minutes, 49 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Peter Martin - The Conversation

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Peter Martin, Business and Economy Editor, The Conversation Australia & Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.
3/20/202418 minutes, 36 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Creative Ways to Salvage Waste

The unfortunate impulse is to throw out food is purely based on not really knowing what to do with it.
3/20/202416 minutes, 40 seconds
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Why Reading is Still Fundamental in 2024

Do you love a good book? A solid tome on paper, or do you prefer to read from a device with the words up on screen to scroll?
3/20/202449 minutes, 49 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Paul Bongiorno - The New Daily & The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Paul Bongiorno, veteran political reporter of 30+ years' experience and columnist for The Saturday Paper and the New Daily.
3/19/202415 minutes, 31 seconds
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Nightlife Screen Stuff with Wenlei Ma

Film and television critic Wenlei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
3/19/202414 minutes, 13 seconds
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Nightlife History - Sir Hubert Wilkins

Sir Hubert Wilkins was simply a remarkable Australian of the 20th century who had extraordinary life.
3/19/202417 minutes, 10 seconds
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Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport.
3/19/202418 minutes, 43 seconds
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The Future for Solar Power - Tips and Ideas

Amid the talk of energy gaps in coming years, some see the need for a nuclear solution. But what of our already progressive solar rooftop scheme?
3/19/202448 minutes, 33 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Kyoto, Japan

The ancient city of Kyoto is a must when visiting Japan.
3/18/202415 minutes, 36 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Charley Lineweaver

Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver, Astrophysicist at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University, joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest in science and space.
3/18/202417 minutes, 6 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Emily Barrett - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Emily Barrett, Managing Editor from The Saturday Paper. 
3/18/202416 minutes, 49 seconds
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Surrogacy - Helping Families Grow

There are a range of reasons, a woman, a surrogate, gives birth to a baby which is then raised by other parents. 
3/18/202447 minutes, 50 seconds
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This Week In History: Spain in the American Revolution

Spanish involvement in the American Revolution
3/17/202436 minutes, 1 second
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This Mortal Coil: The Ethics of Shame

Why does shame feel so awful?
3/17/202424 minutes, 8 seconds
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History of the Olympics: 1908 & 1912

The Olympics of 1908 (London) and 1912 (Stockholm)
3/16/202414 minutes, 28 seconds
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Cat Clyde - Canadian Songwriter

Cat Clyde joins Andrea Ho to talk inspirational music of her life
3/16/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Books That Made Me: Jack Manning Bancroft

Jack Manning Bancroft shares the books that shaped him
3/15/202428 minutes, 48 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ellen Fanning - ABC News Presenter

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ellen Fanning, ABC Journalist, presenter of the ABC News Queensland on Friday and Saturday nights.
3/14/202424 minutes, 29 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest motoring news and to answer listener questions. 
3/14/202449 minutes, 59 seconds
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International Affairs - Fiji Ex-PM Guilty Verdict

Fiji's former Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama been found guilty of perverting the course of justice by Fiji's High Court.
3/14/202412 minutes, 40 seconds
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Nightlife Science - Biggest Galaxy in Early Universe Discovery

Astronomers have stumbled on a cosmic giant in the early unfolding of the universe.
3/14/202410 minutes, 19 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark with the latest business and economic news. 
3/13/202410 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Future to Archiving Our Past

Nightlife discusses the difficulties of archiving in the digital age, not just official communications but also social media, film, television, and radio.   
3/13/202450 minutes
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Amy Remeikis - Guardian Australia

Nightlife News Breakdown with Dom Knight joined by Amy Remeikis, political reporter with The Guardian, Australia.
3/12/202416 minutes, 25 seconds
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Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Dom Knight on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport.
3/12/202420 minutes, 8 seconds
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How do you pick a scam?

Scams are on the increase. And it is expected that scams are vastly under-reported as people are embarrassed to tell others they've been conned.
3/12/202444 minutes, 37 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Zoe Kean

 Zoe Kean, ABC science communicator joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with a look at the latest science news.
3/11/202414 minutes, 20 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Mark Kenny, Canberra Times' political analyst

Mark Kenny, Canberra Times' political analyst and a professor at the ANU's Australian Studies Institute joined Philip Clark for Nightlife News Breakdown.
3/11/202416 minutes, 36 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Singapore

Journalist Claire Turrell joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to talk about the essential details when travelling to Singapore.
3/11/202413 minutes, 15 seconds
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Exercise for all stages of life

What exercises should you be doing at different stages of life?
3/11/202448 minutes, 40 seconds
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Reinventing Fanny Nelson, Lord Horatio Nelson's much maligned wife

The fervour with which Lord Horatio Nelson was feted in the late 18th and early 19th century meant his affair with Lady Emma Hamilton was forgiven, with Nelson's long suffering wife Fanny Nelson blamed for driving her husband away. 
3/10/202435 minutes
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Another stone in the wall: the art of beautiful dry stone fence building

Growing up in Yorkshire Emma Knowles was surrounded by old dry stone fences, but didn't become passionate about them until asked to have a go at building one, decades later in Australia. 
3/8/202435 minutes, 42 seconds
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What happened to MH370 ten years on?

.Christine Negroni veteran aviation journalist and air safety investigator, and the author of "The Crash Detectives: Investigating the World's Most Mysterious Air Disasters", joined Philip Clark on Nightlife
3/7/202417 minutes, 34 seconds
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ICC targets Russian commanders for attacks on Ukraine power grid

The International Criminal Court has issued arrest warrants for top Russian commanders over alleged war crimes in Ukraine
3/7/202413 minutes, 22 seconds
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Planning and procurement for the next war (heaven forbid)

What is involved in planning for the next war
3/7/202450 minutes, 23 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ellen Fanning: ABC Journalist, now presenter of 'ABC News Queensland' on Friday and Saturday nights

Ellen Fanning: ABC Journalist, now presenter of 'ABC News Queensland' on Friday and Saturday nights joins Philip Clark for Nightlife News Breakdown.
3/7/202420 minutes, 15 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ron Mizen , Senior Political reporter at the AFR

Ron Mizen, Senior Political reporter at the Australian Financial Review joined Philip Clark for Nightlife News Breakdown
3/6/202414 minutes, 5 seconds
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Superpower Institute - seizing the economic opportunities of a post-carbon world

How Australian firms and workers can seize the extraordinary economic opportunities of the post-carbon world.
3/6/202450 minutes, 4 seconds
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Nightlife Economics - Ian Verrender, ABC's Business Editor

Ian Verrender, the ABC's Business Editor, joined Philip Clark for the latest economic news
3/6/202410 minutes, 49 seconds
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Cooking with Wood Fire

Have you tried cooking with a wood fire? Pat Nourse takes Philip Clark through the foods and techniques to make it a success.
3/6/202413 minutes, 29 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Barrie Cassidy former host of Insiders

Barrie Cassidy, former host of Insiders and veteran political journalist joined Philip Clark for Nightlife News Breakdown.
3/5/202416 minutes, 27 seconds
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Intimate history of love and the law

Did you know that jilted lovers in Australia used to be able to claim compensation for what's called " breach of promise to marry,"? Hundreds of these cases ended up in court and along with them the salacious secrets of lovers, their intimate letters and gifts. Dr Alecia Simmonds, a senior lecturer in law at the University of Technology has written a fascinating new book called "Courting: an intimate history of love and the law."
3/5/202416 minutes, 3 seconds
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Sports Analysis with With Warwick Hadfield

Sam Kerr in the headlines for the wrong reasons, a brutal body clash in the AFL and the NRL takes its game to the bright lights of Las Vegas.
3/5/202417 minutes, 15 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Nick Bruining, independent financial adviser

Nick Bruining answers all your question on everything finance. From changes to pension rates, salary sacrificing and superannuation.
3/5/202449 minutes, 26 seconds
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Screen stuff with Wenlei Ma

Film and television critic Wenlei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
3/5/202415 minutes, 24 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Flinders Island Walking Tour

Travel writer Belinda Jackson has just returned from the Flinders Island walking tour, the newest gem in the Great Walks of Australia.
3/4/202414 minutes, 2 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Hugh Riminton - Ten News First

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hugh Riminton, National Affairs Editor, Ten News First.
3/4/202417 minutes, 40 seconds
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Uncommon Syndromes and Rare Diseases

A topic that often goes unnoticed but affects a significant portion of our population - rare diseases.
3/4/202449 minutes, 22 seconds
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This Mortal Coil: The Baha'i Faith

What is the Baha'i faith?
3/3/202426 minutes, 20 seconds
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This Week In History - The hauling of the Glomar Explorer

"We can neither confirm nor deny"
3/3/202436 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Olympic Games of 1896

The Olympics of 1896 saw the introduction of the Marathon
3/3/202411 minutes, 19 seconds
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Queer Cinema with CJ Johnson

Brokeback, Holding The Man, Priscilla, there's REAMS of incredible queer cinema
3/2/202445 minutes, 58 seconds
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1970 according to Luka Bloom

Dylan, Young, Drake, Mitchell, Luka Bloom picks his gems of 1970
3/2/202430 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Writers: Holden Sheppard

Award-winning author Holden Sheppard
3/1/202429 minutes, 1 second
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Reading on screen vs paper

Reading on screens less effective?
3/1/202425 minutes, 24 seconds
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International Affairs - Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday approaches with more than one-third of the Republican Party's delegates at stake.
2/29/202414 minutes, 36 seconds
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Nightlife Crime - Missing Persons

In Australia, over 38,000 missing persons reports are received annually, with about 2,600 remaining long-term cases.
2/29/202416 minutes, 11 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest motoring news and to answer listener questions.
2/29/202450 minutes, 13 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Clare Armstrong - NewsCorp National Political Editor

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Clare Armstrong, national political editor for NewsCorp.
2/29/202417 minutes, 4 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to look at the latest business and economic news.
2/28/202411 minutes, 10 seconds
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The Immersive Future of Live Entertainment

What is the future of live entertainment? Today we embrace hologram concerts, augmented reality performances, and the ever-evolving metaverse.
2/28/202450 minutes, 52 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Fran Kelly - Political Commentator for ABC

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Fran Kelly, Presenter of Saturday Extra on RN, co-host of "The Party Room" podcast and presenter of the "Yours Queerly" podcast.
2/28/202417 minutes, 59 seconds
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Nightlife Health - The Obesity Epidemic

Young adults are the fastest-growing group gaining weight in Australia.
2/28/202418 minutes, 3 seconds
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Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport. 
2/27/202420 minutes, 25 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Paul Bongiorno - The New Daily and The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Paul Bongiorno, veteran political reporter of 30+ years' experience and columnist for The Saturday Paper and the New Daily.
2/27/202416 minutes, 5 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks

Peter Marks, software developer and technology commentator from Access Informatics joined Philip Clark with all the latest in tech news on Nightlife.
2/27/202419 minutes, 56 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Alan Kohler

ABC Finance Commentator and Founder of the Eureka Report Alan Kohler joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest in economics and finance news.   
2/27/202449 minutes, 16 seconds
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Nightlife History - The Star on the Grave

Linda Margolin Royal's debut novel, "The Star on the Grave," is poignant story inspired by the courageous actions of Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara.
2/27/202417 minutes, 27 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Las Vegas

Las Vegas, known as the city of lights, dice, and glamour that never sleeps.
2/26/202418 minutes, 28 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Will Grant

Dr Will Grant, Associate Professor in Science Communication at the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science joined Philip Clark on Nightlife.
2/26/202415 minutes, 2 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Emily Barrett - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Emily Barrett, Managing Editor from The Saturday Paper. 
2/26/202417 minutes, 39 seconds
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Social media and the influence on our children

With 60% of Aussie parents expressing worries about social media's impact on their kids' interpersonal skills and mental health, discussions around these issues are on the rise.
2/26/202449 minutes, 19 seconds
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What is your "gut instinct" anyway?

Is there any science to validate your intuition?
2/25/202420 minutes, 57 seconds
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The Philippines People Power Revolution

The people of the Philippines had had enough of President Ferdinand Marcos by the 1980s
2/25/202434 minutes, 54 seconds
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The History of Pavlova

The controversial origins of the Pavlova revealed...
2/24/202425 minutes, 57 seconds
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The History of the Olympics

How nude was the first Olympics?
2/24/202427 minutes, 19 seconds
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Il Divo's Steven La Brie

Steven La Brie of legendary pop opera group, Il Divo
2/24/202420 minutes, 7 seconds
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The man behind one of the most covered songs of all time, Ralph McTell

Ralph McTell's songs reflect a lifetime of observing the people around him and putting their stories to music 
2/24/202438 minutes, 42 seconds
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Anthony Trollope

A peer of Charles Dickens, Anthony Trollope is a novelist worthy of attention
2/23/202423 minutes, 59 seconds
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Jillian Kilby - Heritage Building

Jillian Kilby has a plan for Australia's old public buildings
2/23/202440 minutes, 27 seconds
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International Affairs - The Ukraine War

Saturday, the 24th of February, marks the second anniversary since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
2/22/202416 minutes, 41 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Peter Martin - The Conversation

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Peter Martin, Business and Economy Editor, The Conversation Australia & Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.
2/22/202416 minutes, 11 seconds
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Nightlife Crime - Uncovering Cold War Spies

From the late 1940s onwards, our allies have been concerned about whether there might be spies within ASIO's walls.
2/22/202414 minutes, 31 seconds
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The Future of Australian School Funding

Australian education ministers meet in Melbourne to discuss school funding issues and will work towards finalising the next national school reform agreements for the 2025 to 2029 period. 
2/22/202449 minutes, 49 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to look at the latest business and economic news.   
2/21/202415 minutes, 58 seconds
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The new post-covid evolution in the workplace

Pandemic lockdowns and workplace changes began nearly four years ago and reshaped our approach to work, challenging traditions and prompting a significant shift in how employees carry out tasks.
2/21/202449 minutes, 31 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Adam Liaw

Adam Liaw is about to return to his 6th season of the "The Cook Up with Adam Liaw" on SBS with more than 80 episodes lined up for this season.
2/21/202415 minutes, 40 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Andrew Tillett - Australian Financial Review

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Andrew Tillett who writes on politics, foreign affairs, defence and security from the Canberra press gallery for the Australian Financial Review.  
2/21/202418 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport.
2/20/202420 minutes, 52 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Roger Montgomery

Roger Montgomery, Chief Investment Officer of Montgomery Investments, joined Philip Clark to discuss the latest news in finance. 
2/20/202450 minutes, 39 seconds
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Screen Stuff with Wen Lei Ma

Film and television critic Wen Lei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small. 
2/20/202414 minutes, 34 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Amy Remeikis - The Guardian

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Amy Remeikis, political reporter with The Guardian, Australia.
2/20/202415 minutes, 27 seconds
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Nightlife History - Forgotten Heroes

Forgotten Heroes: The True Story of Sarawak People Who Fought and Died Assisting Allied Forces in WWII aims to outline the critical role played by Sarawak.
2/20/202417 minutes, 20 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Charley Lineweaver

ssociate Professor Charley Lineweaver, Astrophysicist at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University, joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest in science and space.     
2/19/202419 minutes, 59 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Hugh Riminton - Ten News First

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hugh Riminton, National Affairs Editor, Ten News First.
2/19/202417 minutes, 35 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - River Cruising

Rod Eime joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with some suggestions and ideas for your next travel expedition. 
2/19/202417 minutes, 18 seconds
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Alzheimer's - detecting, treating, and breakthroughs?

Dementia, the second leading cause of death in Australia, and it impacts thousands of individuals every year.
2/19/202448 minutes, 37 seconds
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Star Trek and the ethics of restraint

Just because we can do something, does it always mean we should?
2/18/202431 minutes, 13 seconds
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How did the Benin Bronzes end up in England?

After a British expedition to Benin City in modern day Nigeria was ambushed in late 1896, British forces launched a devastating attack on the city in February 1897.
2/18/202433 minutes, 31 seconds
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Ancient Greece in pop culture

What's your favourite ancient Greek film? we spoke about a bunch on Nightlife.
2/17/202450 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Human League's Susan Ann Sulley on the joy of the synthesiser and what gets her dancing

Susan Ann Sulley was set to head to University when she and her friend Joanne Catherall were spotted dancing in a Nightclub in Sheffield, England and asked to join the Human League. 
2/17/202426 minutes, 22 seconds
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How waves are formed, card shuffling

What's the science behind how waves are formed and the key to a perfect card shuffle? Find out on Nightlife.
2/16/202439 minutes, 7 seconds
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From Girl Friday to early retirement: the memoirs of a working woman

After spending decades in low paid employment, Kristine is a passionate advocate of closing the gender pay gap, and grateful that she had access to superannuation at a time when the working world 'chewed her up and spat her out'. 
2/16/202426 minutes, 58 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Michael Pascoe - New Daily

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Michael Pascoe, New Daily contributing editor and author of The Summertime of Dreams. 
2/15/202418 minutes, 8 seconds
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International Affairs - European Farmer Protests

Farmers across Europe have taken to the streets in protest of higher taxes, import issues, competition from cheaper imports, and more.
2/15/202416 minutes, 21 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the latest motoring news and to answer listener questions.
2/15/202448 minutes, 22 seconds
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Nightlife Crime - Meth Road

With a story reminiscent of Breaking Bad, Conor Woodman, the author of "Meth Road," has explored the concerning world of the Australian drug trade.  
2/15/202413 minutes, 47 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Karen Middleton - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Karen Middleton, Chief Political Correspondent for The Saturday Paper. 
2/14/202416 minutes, 53 seconds
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Horology - an intimate understanding of timekeeping

The study of timekeeping is a fascinating blend of science and artistry.
2/14/202448 minutes, 9 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to look at the latest business and economic news.
2/14/202412 minutes, 22 seconds
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Nightlife Health with Sophie Scott

Nightlife health with Sophie Scott, ABC’s former medical reporter who now writes on mental health and workplace wellbeing.
2/14/202414 minutes, 42 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ron Mizen - Australian Financial Review

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ron Mizen, Senior Political Reporter for the Australian Financial Review, who covers politics, economics, business and law.
2/13/202420 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport.   
2/13/202419 minutes, 13 seconds
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Nightlife History - Bert Hinkler the Australian Lone Eagle

Berk Hinkler, known as the Australian Lone Eagle, made history with the first solo flight from London to Australia in just 15 days in February 1928.
2/13/202418 minutes, 16 seconds
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Tackling issues affecting seniors

Nightlife tackles the issues affecting seniors, from the cashless society to aged care challenges and soaring living costs.
2/13/202446 minutes, 45 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks

Peter Marks, software developer and technology commentator from Access Informatics joined Philip Clark with all the latest in tech news. 
2/13/202417 minutes, 40 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Walking Tasmania's Overland Track

Marie Bean who works for a tour company in Davenport that transports passengers to and from The Overland Track, revealed to Philip Clark suggestions for embarking on the trek. 
2/12/202416 minutes, 52 seconds
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Nightlfe Science with Will Grant

Dr Will Grant is an Associate Professor in Science Communication at the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science at ANU and joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with the details.
2/12/202414 minutes, 12 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Clare Armstrong - NewsCorp

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Clare Armstrong, national political editor for NewsCorp.
2/12/202416 minutes, 54 seconds
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Agnes Sorel - mistress and lover of low-cut gowns

Agnes Sorel might be the first #FreeTheNip advocate
2/11/202428 minutes, 26 seconds
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Harry Manx

Canadian musician Harry Manx mixes blues and Eastern music traditions
2/10/202426 minutes, 29 seconds
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Hilary Mantel with Debra Adelaide

The writing of HIlary Mantel celebrated by Debra Adelaide
2/10/202424 minutes, 23 seconds
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Foreign Correspondent - Indonesian Elections

ABC's Indonesia Correspondent, Bill Birtles, joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to shed light on the Indonesian elections.
2/8/202413 minutes, 44 seconds
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Lehman Brothers Trilogy - The Stage Play

Writer and dramaturg Ben Power, Deputy Artistic Director of the UK's National Theatre who adapted the play for English speaking audiences, joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the stage play. 
2/8/202413 minutes, 54 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Mark Kenny - The Canberra Times

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Mark Kenny, professor at the ANU's Australian Studies Institute, Canberra Times' political analyst and host of the Democracy Sausage podcast.
2/8/202419 minutes, 13 seconds
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Why so much interest in returning to the Moon?

Three space experts joined a fascinating conversation discussing the new emergence of lunar exploration with Phil Clark, including Colonel Chris Hadfield, retired astronaut, first Canadian Commander of the International Space Station.
2/8/202449 minutes, 26 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Authentic Malaysian

What is authentic Malaysian food? Junda Khoo, the person behind Sydney's much-loved Ho Jiak eateries joined Nightlife to discuss with Philip Clark and share his recipe.
2/7/202414 minutes, 30 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Emily Barrett - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Emily Barrett, Managing Editor from The Saturday Paper.
2/7/202416 minutes, 30 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business Editor Ian Verrender joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to look at the latest business and economic news.
2/7/202412 minutes, 51 seconds
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Humanity's Energy Destiny - Satyajit Das

What is humanity's energy destiny? Satyajit Das, former banker, author and future thinker joins Phil Clark to discuss emerging changes in energy markets.
2/7/202449 minutes, 25 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Nick Bruining

Independent financial advisor Nick Bruining joins Philip Clark on Nightlife with simple and smart financial advice.    
2/6/202449 minutes, 21 seconds
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Screen Stuff with Wen Lei Ma

Film and television critic Wen Lei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
2/6/202415 minutes, 58 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Peter Martin - The Conversation

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Peter Martin, Business and Economy Editor, The Conversation Australia & Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.
2/6/202419 minutes, 15 seconds
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The 60th anniversary of Beatlemania

Australia witnessed its own Beatlemania surge in 1964 with a groundbreaking 20-concert tour across the country 60 years ago this year.
2/6/202416 minutes, 17 seconds
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Sports Analysis with Warwick Hadfield

Sports Broadcaster and Author Warwick Hadfield joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest news and issues in sport.
2/6/202421 minutes, 10 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Aussies are changing their holiday destinations

In the ever-evolving landscape of Australian travel, recent data from the Tourism and Transport Forum Australia has shed light on some interesting shifts.
2/5/202413 minutes, 52 seconds
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The dynamics of working in emergency medicine

Many of us have set preconceptions about what emergency medicine doctors and nursing staff do.
2/5/202448 minutes, 58 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Charley Lineweaver

Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver, Astrophysicist at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University, joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest in science and space.   
2/5/202416 minutes, 10 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Hugh Riminton - Ten News First

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hugh Riminton, National Affairs Editor, Ten News First. 
2/5/202416 minutes, 49 seconds
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This Mortal Coil: Ancient Egypt Afterlife

What did the Ancient Egyptians believe about the afterlife?
2/4/202432 minutes, 22 seconds
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This Week In History: King Charles I executed

King Charles I was beheaded on January 30, 1649. 
2/4/202432 minutes, 36 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Charley Lineweaver

Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver, Astrophysicist at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University, joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest in science and space. 
2/4/202417 minutes, 24 seconds
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Art History: Lee Miller and Man Ray

The deep bond between Man Ray and Lee Miller
2/3/202429 minutes, 25 seconds
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Graham Nash

Graham Nash picks the influential songs of his life
2/3/202429 minutes, 13 seconds
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Jack Beaumont the French Spy

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2/2/202427 minutes, 49 seconds
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Why Am I Like This? with Dr Jen Martin

The science behind the quirks of our mind...
2/2/202452 minutes, 29 seconds
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Nightlife Business with Ian Verrender

ABC's Business Editor, Ian Verrender joined Rod Quinn on Nightlife with the latest in business news.
1/31/202419 minutes, 39 seconds
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Giving up alcohol

Recent data reveals that nearly 20% of Australians are looking to decrease their alcohol consumption.
1/31/202450 minutes, 39 seconds
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Getting serious about Melanoma

Malignant melanoma affects 325,000 people globally each year, and Australia has one of the higher rates of this cancer type, with someone tragically losing their life to skin cancer every six hours.
1/31/202422 minutes, 49 seconds
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Dash for Cashless!

Is cash losing its crown in Australia? T
1/30/202449 minutes, 42 seconds
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Apple celebrates the 40th anniversary of the "Macintosh"

Apple, the world's second most valuable company, marks the 40th anniversary of the Apple Macintosh while introducing their new "Spacial Computer."
1/30/202425 minutes, 19 seconds
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Demise of Magazines premature?

Is the death of magazines premature?
1/30/202423 minutes, 24 seconds
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Discovery of 2,500-year-old cites in the Amazon

There's a groundbreaking discovery revealing the largest cluster of 2,500-year-old cites in the Amazon,
1/29/202427 minutes, 3 seconds
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Why do Aussies love Bali?

Bali always been a favourite destination for Australians
1/29/202420 minutes, 53 seconds
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Improving sleep quality

If you struggle with your sleeping patterns then this is a segment you want to stay up for
1/29/202449 minutes, 56 seconds
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'It's what you make of it': Rosie Batty shares why nothing can prepare you for being Australian of the Year

Less a year after Rosie Batty's son Luke was murdered, she was awarded the title of Australian of the Year in recognition of her advocacy for domestic violence victims.
1/26/202426 minutes, 16 seconds
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The Jane Austen Society's Susannah Fullerton on the books she loves the most

The Jane Austen Society's President Susannah Fullerton is thankful that her mother read classics aloud to her during her teenage years 
1/26/202424 minutes, 10 seconds
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Film Restoration with Peter Richards

Peter Richards restored Crocodile Dundee and other classics
1/21/202422 minutes, 22 seconds
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The "Good Enough" Life

Anthropologist Daniel Miller found utopia in Ireland
1/21/202420 minutes, 21 seconds
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Dave McCormack's 1985

Dave McCormack (Bluey and Custard frontman) shares the music he loves from 1985
1/21/202453 minutes, 47 seconds
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Vaping and Teens

Vaping and teens with Paul Dillon
1/19/202451 minutes, 33 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Buckle up for another edition of Motortorque. Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Rod Quinn on Nightlife to bring the latest in motoring news and take listener calls.
1/18/202450 minutes, 3 seconds
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Australian of the Year Finalists - NSW and Victoria

There’s no greater pride than the national Australian of the Year Award conferred on an Australian citizen each year. This Segment: New South Wales 2024 Australian of the Year nominees Professor Richard Scolyer AO and Professor Georgina Long AO and Victorian Indigenous health leader Janine Mohamed, nominee for Australian of the Year 2024. 
1/18/202454 minutes, 8 seconds
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Australian of the Year Finalists - Tasmania and South Australia

There’s no greater pride than the national Australian of the Year Award conferred on an Australian citizen each year. This Segment: Stephanie Tretheway, the 2024 Tasmanian of the Year and Environment scientist Tim Jarvis named Australian of the Year 2024 for South Australia. 
1/17/202453 minutes, 10 seconds
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2024 Election Year - What's at Stake?

2024 is set to be a pivotal year marked by significant elections worldwide. Here's a look at where the world sits with just two of the major elections in the UK and USA.
1/17/202450 minutes, 30 seconds
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Can we really revive the Dinosaurs?

We know that Dinosaurs still hold our fascination no matter our age. But, can we or do we even want to revive them?
1/16/202449 minutes, 21 seconds
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Australian of the Year Finalists - QLD and WA

The 2024 Queensland Australian of the Year, Marco Renai, Founder of Men of Business and WA 2024 Australian of the Year, Mechelle Turvey. 
1/16/202450 minutes, 11 seconds
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Australian of the Year Finalists - ACT and Northen Territory

Nightlife with Rod Quinn revealed those in the running for Australian of the Year awards in 2024 and highlighted their valuable contributions. 
1/15/202443 minutes, 47 seconds
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Quitting Smoking? Strategies that Help!

Decided to quit smoking this year? How are you doing so far? It’s a tough journey and perhaps you've given it a shot before without much luck?
1/15/202449 minutes, 45 seconds
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The world of sneakers

The difference between a collectable piece of design and a pair of old joggers
1/13/202451 minutes, 31 seconds
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How peace was ensured in Antarctica

Antarctica is the only continent without a native human population. Multiple countries operate peacefully there and there are no wars over it’s use. How is this so?
1/13/202426 minutes, 52 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Expedition Cruising

Ever considered embarking on an expedition cruise? It's a phenomenon captivating the travel world, and travel writer Rod Eime joined Dom Knight on Nightlife to give us the inside scoop on this new trend. 
1/11/202418 minutes, 23 seconds
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2024 the Year Ahead in Sport

2024 promises to be an exhilarating year, who will you be barracking for?
1/11/202415 minutes, 10 seconds
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Water Myths

As the summer heat intensifies, we all know the importance of staying hydrated.
1/11/202417 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Mythical Creatures of Australia

Nightlife explores the heart of Australia's mythical creatures, its cultural significance and the connection in our history.
1/11/202449 minutes, 38 seconds
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Food Safety - Tips from Gary Kennedy

How do you avoid killing off your family and friends in a hot Australian summer and not give the kids food poisoning when they go back to school?
1/10/202448 minutes, 59 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Michael Janda

ABC's Online Business Reporter Michael Janda joined Nightlife’s Dom Knight to discuss the latest in business and finance news.    
1/10/202419 minutes, 8 seconds
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Incredible Coastal Critters

Australian Zoologist Chris Humfrey has a home like no other. It's a zoo, with a wise old python chilling in the bath, kangaroos kicking back in the living room, and Derek, the penguin singing sensation, creating a real-life Happy Feet extravaganza in the front room.
1/10/202417 minutes, 18 seconds
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Potted Potter - The Homage to Harry

Wizardry and wonderment come your way this year as the magic of Harry Potter hits the stage in a hilarious two-person parody of JK Rowling's Harry Potter novels.
1/10/202416 minutes, 16 seconds
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The History of Beer

Australia has a brewing tradition dating back to 1825. But the story of Australian beer goes back even further, emerging decades after Captain Cook's initial exploration of our eastern shores.
1/9/202418 minutes, 58 seconds
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Astronomy - Celestial Splendor Ahead in 2024

Meteor showers will paint the night sky with celestial streaks, supermoons will grace our horizon, and a comet will make a dazzling appearance in the coming months ahead.
1/9/202417 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Future of Transportation

Transportation in the future will be a world of driverless cars to high-speed public transport and an industry brimming with innovation and change.
1/9/202450 minutes, 3 seconds
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Screen Stuff with Wen Lei Ma

Film and television critic Wenlei Ma joined Dom Knight to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
1/9/202414 minutes, 50 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Charley Lineweaver

Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver, Astrophysicist at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University joined Dom Knight on Nightlife to discuss the very latest news and issues in science and space discovery.  
1/8/202418 minutes, 2 seconds
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How to stay committed to 2024 health goals

What are the latest diet and fitness trends to keep you on track throughout the new year?
1/8/202446 minutes, 38 seconds
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Revealing the Palace Letters

Letters between former Governor General Sir John Kerr and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, written during the constitutional crisis of 1975, known as The Palace Letters, continue to astound us.
1/8/202419 minutes, 7 seconds
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Uncovering the Mysteries of Our Submerged Past

Dive into a fascinating discovery that takes us deep into the mysteries of our past.
1/8/202413 minutes, 53 seconds
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Who wrote the Bible?

A University of Queensland academic has been looking at the different theories about the author of the most famous of books, The Bible.
1/4/202415 minutes, 21 seconds
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Travelling Solo and as a Single Mum

Evie Farrell is a single mum and intrepid traveller who explores the world - sometimes solo; and often with her 13-year-old-daughter Emmie.
1/4/202430 minutes, 3 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Buckle up for another edition of Motortorque. Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to bring the latest in motoring news and take listener calls. 
1/4/202450 minutes, 32 seconds
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The Fashion History of Sequins and Thongs

Who doesn't love throwing on a few sequins now and then. What about donning a thong in downtime during summer?
1/3/202449 minutes, 50 seconds
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Tips on getting a better night's sleep

Sleep Pyschologist Dorothy Bruck from the Sleep Health Foundation joined Lisa Pellegrino to discuss with Nightlife listeners tips on how to get a better night’s sleep in the new year ahead and beyond. 
1/3/202449 minutes, 4 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks

Nightlife technology guru Peter Marks returns for the new year, sharing his list of the most outstanding tech from 2023, and giving us some predictions about the year ahead.
1/2/202432 minutes, 46 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Roger Montgomery

Nightlife money man Roger Montgomery is back for the first time this year, reflecting on the tough economic time that it was in 2023. 
1/2/202450 minutes, 3 seconds
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The Tricks to Training your Dog

President of the Pet Professional Guild in Australia and is also a dog trainer with over 13 years' experience Sarah Campbell joined Lisa Pellegrino on Nightlife. 
1/1/202449 minutes, 9 seconds
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A literary lunch with Fiona McIntosh: mixing sugar and vice

Historical and crime fiction author Fiona McIntosh in the recently recorded literary lunch talking about her new book, The Sugar Palace.
12/30/202347 minutes, 32 seconds
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The Writers: Susan Duncan

Susan Duncan talks about her new book, Sleepless in Stringybark Bay.
12/29/202323 minutes, 15 seconds
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From King Edward VIII to the Duke of Windsor: revealing memoirs discovered

The discovery of memoirs reveal the man behind the controversy
12/29/202341 minutes, 53 seconds
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2024 - The Year Ahead in Theatre

Theatre in 2024 is hotting up across Australia with must-see shows coming to a venue near you.
12/28/202324 minutes, 12 seconds
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2023 - Best Sports Books of the Year

Geoff Armstrong has worked as writer, editor and publisher on more than 70 sports related books, over 30 of them on cricket alone.
12/28/202326 minutes, 16 seconds
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Nashos - The Men Australia Forgot

Geoff Parkes formed 'Nasho Fair Go', an organisation dedicated to the national servicemen and joined Rod Quinn on Nightlife to discuss what he calls, the men Australia forgot. 
12/28/202352 minutes, 28 seconds
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Staying at the World's Luxury Hotels

Ever romanticised about staying in one of the world’s most luxurious hotels?
12/27/202351 minutes, 48 seconds
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2023 Year In Review - Politics of Vic, SA, Qld and ACT

Rod Quinn looked back in review of the politics of Victoria, South Australia, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory in Part Two of his reviews. 
12/27/202350 minutes, 34 seconds
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2023 Year in Review - Politics of NSW, NT, WA and Tas

Rod Quinn looked back on the politics of New South Wales, the Northern Territory, Western Australia and Tasmania in Part One of his reviews. 
12/26/202350 minutes, 14 seconds
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Hot On Screen: 2023 in Review with Wen Lei Ma

Nightlife film critic Wen Lei Ma joined Rod Quinn to take a look back at the best flicks of 2023.
12/26/202351 minutes, 31 seconds
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Bush Mystery - The Tasmanian Tiger

One of the enduring mysteries of the Australian bush, the Tasmanian Tiger. Is it still out there? The answer may surprise you.
12/25/202325 minutes, 18 seconds
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2023 In Review - Federal Politics

Stephanie Borys joins Rod Quinn with a look back at the year 2023 in Federal Politics.
12/25/202327 minutes, 14 seconds
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If Australia's trees could talk what stories would they tell us?

Dave Witty explores the stories of long forgotten forests, survivor trees like Sydney's Bennelong Twins and Norfolk Pines on beachfront promenades in his study on where history and forests collide. 
12/24/202326 minutes, 43 seconds
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Where is the Southern Hemisphere's biggest Christmas pageant?

Attracting a crowd of more than 300,000 people every year, Adelaide's Christmas Pageant has been a part of children's lives since 1933. 
12/22/202328 minutes, 53 seconds
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Airlifted from Saigon as a baby: meet Adelaide jazz musician Kym Purling

Kym Purling was one of three babies airlifted to Australia in what became Australia's first adoption of a child from an foreign country during the Vietnam War. 
12/22/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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A literary lunch with Sally Hepworth: where murders meet soul mates and best friends

MamaMia's Mia Freedman interviews her friend, Australian Author Sally Hepworth about her latest book Darling Girls
12/22/202340 minutes, 42 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Buckle up for another edition of Motortorque. Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to bring the latest in motoring news and take listener calls.
12/21/202351 minutes, 8 seconds
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International Affairs - China

Allen Wan, Bloomberg Bureau Chief in Shanghai joined Philip Clark to reveal to Nightlife listeners some of the biggest news out of China.
12/21/20238 minutes, 26 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Hugh Riminton - Ten News First

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hugh Riminton, National Affairs Editor, Ten News First.
12/21/202322 minutes, 59 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Paul Bongiorno - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Paul Bongiorno, veteran political reporter of 30+ years' experience and columnist for The Saturday Paper and the New Daily. 
12/20/202319 minutes, 26 seconds
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Intersections of Disability and First Nations

Understanding the intersection of disability and First Nations experience. 
12/20/202312 minutes, 19 seconds
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Tractor Tragics - Those who Love and Collect Them

Tractors are the diesel, petrol and kerosene powered workhorses of agriculture and when you’re a kid on the land, all you want to do is drive one. Then, as you grow, they become like favourite old cars and many people take to restoring them. That’s where our Nightlife guests fit in to our conversation. 
12/20/202351 minutes, 36 seconds
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Economics with Ian Verrender

Ian Verrender, ABC's Business Editor joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to look at the latest business and economic news.  
12/20/202313 minutes, 55 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks

Peter Marks, software developer and technology commentator from Access Informatics joined Philip Clark with all the latest in tech news on Nightlife.
12/19/202317 minutes, 44 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Michael Pascoe - The New Daily

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Michael Pascoe, New Daily contributing editor and author of The Summertime of Dreams.
12/19/202314 minutes, 54 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Roger Montgomery

Roger Montgomery, Chief Investment Officer of Montgomery Investments, joined Philip Clark to discuss the latest news in finance.
12/19/202347 minutes, 26 seconds
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Nightlife History - The Story of Salt

Ian Hemphill of Herbie's Spices takes Nightlife listeners on the journey through the history of salt with Philip Clark and reveals the importance of the great salt routes of history and its cuisine contribution. 
12/19/202318 minutes
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Nightlife Travel - Saudi Arabia

Travel Writer Ute Junker joined Philip Clark with a fascinating travel destination that may be on your bucket list of places to see. 
12/18/202311 minutes, 40 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Zoe Keane

Zoe Keane from ABC Hobart joined Philip Clark to look at the latest in science news.
12/18/202314 minutes, 53 seconds
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Tribalism and our Human Nature

Philip Clark took a detailed look with Clinical Psychologist Dr Sarah Edelman; how tribal groups have evolved over time. 
12/18/202348 minutes, 43 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Peter Bodkin - AAP

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Peter Bodkin, National Chief of Staff at Australian Associated Press.
12/18/202313 minutes, 39 seconds
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How did Russia's 'Mad Monk' really die? (and was Rasputin really the lover of the Russian Queen?)

Legend says Rasputin was unsuccessfully poisoned and shot before finally drowning
12/17/202331 minutes, 42 seconds
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The World of Ocean Currents

How ocean currents work and their far-reaching impact.
12/15/202353 minutes, 6 seconds
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Literary Lunch: Richard Osman's Thursday Murder Club

TV host Richard Osman has written some of the most popular murder mystery novels of the decade with his Thursday Murder Club series
12/15/202331 minutes, 3 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Amy Remeikis - The Guardian

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Amy Remeikis, political reporter with The Guardian, Australia.
12/14/202321 minutes, 32 seconds
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Ukraine-Russian War - The Strategy Out of Stalemate

Ukraine-Russian War: Two of Australia’s most experienced strategic thinkers joined Nightlife to discuss the current standoff, the stalling of the counter offensive, and whether either side can achieve a military victory.
12/14/202352 minutes, 9 seconds
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Foreign Correspondent - Rob Watson - BBC

Rob Watson, the BBC World Service UK Political Correspondent, joined Philip Clark with the latest news from the UK.
12/14/202315 minutes, 33 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Michael Janda

Michael Janda, ABC's Online Business Reporter joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the latest in business and finance news.  
12/13/202311 minutes, 51 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown Ron Mizen AFR

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ron Mizen, Senior Political Reporter for the Australian Financial Review, who covers politics, economics, business and law.
12/13/202316 minutes, 29 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is a multi-award-winning chef, writer, broadcaster, and founder of what has become somewhat of a River Cottage Empire.
12/13/202316 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Rise and Rise of Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is changing, affecting its culture, the region and the world. Nightlife takes a look at the history and future of the country's sovereign wealth fund, pouring billions into economic diversification and social reform.
12/13/202350 minutes, 37 seconds
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Nightlife History - The disastrous campaigns in Greece and Crete

Writer and historian Craig Collie has collected some remarkable firsthand testimonies to tell the story of these campaigns in a more revealing and personal way and joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with more. 
12/12/202317 minutes, 13 seconds
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Latest On Screen with Wen Lei Ma

Film and television critic Wenlei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
12/12/202315 minutes, 39 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Karen Middleton - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Karen Middleton, Chief Political Correspondent for The Saturday Paper.
12/12/202315 minutes, 37 seconds
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Nightlife Finance: Re-imagining Retirement

How best should superannuation savings be applied during retirement. Is it wise to do as many older Australians do and hold back on spending super or is there alternative ideas? 
12/12/202349 minutes, 11 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Belinda Smith

Belinda Smith from ABC Science joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the intriguing life of dolphins and the latest in other science news. 
12/11/202312 minutes, 28 seconds
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Eating Healthy with Professor Luigi Fontana

Professor Luigi Fontana from the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney joined Philip Clark, not to make us feel bad but to give some healthier suggestions and alternatives when it comes to what we eat.
12/11/202348 minutes, 29 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Crossing the Nullarbor

Jake & Lil Burridge joined Philip Clark from their caravan on a journey across the nation and revealed the ease with which we travel the Nullarbor these days. 
12/11/202315 minutes, 34 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - John Hewson - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by John Hewson, professor at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy, Opinion Writer at The Saturday Paper and former Liberal opposition leader.
12/11/202317 minutes, 52 seconds
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Ex-BBC journalist Laura Trevelyan and her family's campaign for reparative justice

Earlier this year, the Trevelyan family made history by publicly apologising for owning over 1,000 enslaved African people across six sugar plantations in Grenada in the mid-eighteenth century.
12/10/202329 minutes, 18 seconds
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Harriet Tubman and the underground railroad

The story of Harriet Tubman's many trips to rescue her friends and family from slavery using the famous underground railroad 
12/10/202328 minutes, 11 seconds
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Ancient Egypt in modern culture

.The continuing influence of Ancient Egypt on popular culture
12/9/202351 minutes, 4 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Mark Kenny - Canberra Times

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Mark Kenny, professor at the ANU's Australian Studies Institute, Canberra Times' political analyst and host of the Democracy Sausage podcast.
12/7/202318 minutes, 12 seconds
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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Buckle up for another edition of Motortorque. Toby Hagon from EV Central joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to bring the latest in motoring news and take listener calls.     
12/7/202350 minutes, 51 seconds
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Nightlife Food - Classic with Julie Goodwin

Julie Goodwin joined Nightlife to reveal a few tips to our own master chef Philip Clark and to discuss her most recent recipes in her latest book, Classic. 
12/6/202313 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Disappearing Australian Dream

ABC Finance Commentator Alan Kohler discussed his essay, the responses to the essay, and what needs to be done to address the chronic housing shortages in parts of Australia with Philip Clark and Nightlife listeners.
12/6/202350 minutes, 41 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

Ian Verrender, ABC's Business Editor joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to look at the latest economic news. 
12/6/202312 minutes, 22 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Phil Coorey - AFR

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Phil Coorey, Chief Political Correspondent, Australian Financial Review.
12/6/202316 minutes, 23 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Clare Armstrong - NewsCorp

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Clare Armstrong, national political editor for NewsCorp.
12/5/202315 minutes, 33 seconds
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Nightlife History - The Flying Heroics of Len Fuller

Michael Adams, a writer of multiple books and the host of the podcast Forgotten Australia, joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to reveal an act of heroism that, sadly, never truly was recognised officially following World War II. 
12/5/202316 minutes, 47 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Nick Bruining

Independent financial advisor Nick Bruining joins Philip Clark on Nightlife with simple and smart financial advice.
12/5/202349 minutes, 34 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks

Peter Marks, software developer and technology commentator from Access Informatics joined Philip Clark with all the latest in tech news on Nightlife. 
12/5/202318 minutes, 27 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Christmas in Scotland

Fancy elevating your Christmas with some magic this year? How about a visit to Scotland?
12/4/202315 minutes, 23 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Zoe Keane

Zoe Keane science communicator and features reporter with ABC Hobart joined Philip Clark with the latest science news. 
12/4/202315 minutes, 12 seconds
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Womens Health Issues for Over 40s

Professor Susan Davis is Head of the Monash University Women's Health Research Program and joined Philip Clark with the latest health news. 
12/4/202348 minutes, 55 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Emily Barrett - The Saturday Paper

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Emily Barrett, Managing Editor from The Saturday Paper.
12/4/202316 minutes, 28 seconds
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From Emperor to citizen gardener: the story of China's last Emperor, Puyi

Crowned in December 1908 at the age of 2 , Puyi was never to come into his own power but instead lived most of his life inside a gilded cage.
12/3/202331 minutes, 36 seconds
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Ken Duncan: behind the lens

The acclaimed Australian photographer on capturing Australia’s dead heart.
12/2/202321 minutes, 42 seconds
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Half your luck Australia!

Amazing Australian tales of pure dumb luck.
12/1/202326 minutes, 8 seconds
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International Affairs - The Legacy of Henry Kissinger

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has died at the age of 100. A look back on his policy legacies that reverberate to this day.
11/30/202318 minutes, 1 second
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Paul Bongiorno - The Saturday Paper & New Daily

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Paul Bongiorno, veteran political reporter of 30+ years' experience and columnist for The Saturday Paper and the New Daily.
11/30/202318 minutes, 56 seconds
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What An Owl Knows - Revealing their Elusive Mysteries

New York Times best-selling author Jennifer Ackerman has written a book called What an Owl Knows and joined Nightlife listeners and Philip Clark.
11/30/202348 minutes, 43 seconds
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Nightlife True Crime - The Milperra Massacre

Award-winning journalist and Crime Editor Mark Morri was sent to the scene of the Milperra massacre and joined Philip Clark with a look back at the turmoil confronting Sydney on that day. 
11/30/202316 minutes, 49 seconds
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Nightlife Food - No Hassle Christmas Party Ideas

Gemima Cody joined special guest Sammy J and Philip Clark on Nightlife with a few solutions to take the hassle out of Christmas entertaining. 
11/29/202319 minutes, 51 seconds
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Extraordinary feats going above and beyond

Nightlife is joined by two guests who accomplished exceptional feats and were honoured for them by the Australian Geographic Society with Australian Geographic Society Awards. 
11/29/202348 minutes, 26 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Ron Mizen - AFR

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Ron Mizen, Senior Political Reporter for the Australian Financial Review, who covers politics, economics, business and law.
11/29/202317 minutes, 22 seconds
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Nightlife Economics with Ian Verrender

Ian Verrender, ABC's Business Editor joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to look at the latest economic news.
11/29/202312 minutes, 51 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Hugh Riminton - Ten News First

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hugh Riminton, National Affairs Editor, Ten News First.
11/28/202319 minutes, 55 seconds
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Nightlife Finance with Emily Millane

Dr Emily Millane, policy analyst, lawyer and adviser from Impact Economics joined Philip Clark to discuss the latest finance news.  
11/28/202349 minutes, 14 seconds
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Latest on screen with Wen Lei Ma

Film and television critic Wenlei Ma joined Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
11/28/202314 minutes, 12 seconds
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Nightlife History The Furphy Water Cart

The Furphy Water Cart is celebrating 150 years of the humble horse-drawn water reserve that helped bring much-needed water to troops in World War 1.
11/28/202310 minutes, 50 seconds
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Nightlife Science with Charley Lineweaver

Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver, Astrophysicist at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University joined Philip Clark on Nightlife to discuss the very latest news and issues in science and space. 
11/27/202315 minutes, 35 seconds
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Nightlife Travel - Yorke Peninsula

Rod Eime joined Philip Clark on Nightlife with a look at highlights from York Peninsula.
11/27/202314 minutes, 38 seconds
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Cancer - Prevention, Detection and Treatments

The Australian Cancer Plan was launched by Professor Dorothy Keefe, chief executive officer of Cancer Australia who  joined Philip Clark on Nightlife.
11/27/202347 minutes, 14 seconds
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Nightlife News Breakdown - Peter Martin - The Conversation

Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Peter Martin, Business and Economy Editor, The Conversation Australia & Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University. 
11/27/202318 minutes, 2 seconds
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How Genghis Khan created the largest contiguous empire in history

This Week in History: The Mongol conquest of the Khwarazm Empire on November 26 1221
11/26/202329 minutes, 34 seconds
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Kandinsky: The love story behind the art

The passionate love story of Wassily Kandinsky and Gabrielle Munter.
11/25/202329 minutes, 20 seconds
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Nightlife Tech Talk with Peter Marks