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Overnights

English, Social, 1 season, 700 episodes, 2 hours, 58 minutes
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Overnights is heard from 2am to 6am nationally on the ABC. There is great music and interesting guests from Australia and all parts of the globe. You'll hear conversations about food, travel, science, music, books, personal finance, sport, film, astronomy, fashion, gardening, relationships, collectables and much more.
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The Way, My Way - Bill Bennett's Camino journey

The Way, My Way - Bill Bennett's Camino journey
5/25/202428 minutes, 29 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - May 25th 2024

This week's topic is: Get Busy, Die Later.
5/24/202412 minutes, 13 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - May 25th 2024

Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch
5/24/202412 minutes, 10 seconds
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Talking Point - Flight Plan: Examining the Aviation Industry

Last week the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission reported that Australia's aviation industry has finally recovered from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.Whilst it seems like the aviation industry is soaring once again, it has not been without turbulence.
5/23/202453 minutes, 15 seconds
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The insect putting fighter pilots to shame

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Trevor Chappell to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
5/19/20241 minute, 43 seconds
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A brief history of the Australian gold rush

Australia's gold rush came at a time of significant international upheaval and sparked dramatic change across the colonies.
5/19/202437 minutes, 16 seconds
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Damon Heta is Australia's top darts player

'The Heat' is currently ranked ninth in the world.
5/19/202411 minutes, 23 seconds
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Swit-heart: Catching Up with Loretta Swit

Paul caught up with Loretta Swit, who played Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan on M*A*S*H. 
5/18/202420 minutes, 47 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - May 18th 2024

The topic for this week is: Dispelling wrong assumptions about exercise, health and fitness.
5/17/202415 minutes, 15 seconds
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Interview: Catching Up with Degrassi's Stacie Mistysyn

Paul caught up with actress Stacie Mistysyn, who played Caitlin Ryan throughout multiple incarnations of the Degrassi teen drama franchise, from Degrassi Junior High through Degrassi: The Next Generation.
5/17/202414 minutes
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Russell T. Davies: Returning to the TARDIS

Paul caught up with legendary British screenwriter Russell T. Davies, who has just returned as the showrunner to beloved sci-fi series Dr. Who.
5/16/202415 minutes, 51 seconds
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Intimacy Coordination: Making Screen Sex Safe

How do we know actors are comfortable performing intimate scenes?
5/11/202425 minutes, 17 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - May 11th 2024

Our topic for this week is: Avoiding Shin Splints.
5/10/202413 minutes, 4 seconds
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Talking Point - And the Song Goes On: The Business of Posthumously Released Music

Last week, it was announced that a new Johnny Cash album would be released later this year - despite being dead for 20 years!
5/10/202453 minutes, 53 seconds
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Talking Point - X Marks the Spot: Internet Censorship in Australia

Recent efforts by the Australian government to pull violent content off of social media has seen the government butt heads with technocrat Elon Musk.
5/9/202452 minutes, 52 seconds
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Colin Hay is touring with his band

Singer songwriter Colin Hay is coming to Australia for the 2024 Big Red Bash in Birdsville, and is playing shows with his band on the east coast in late June and early July.
5/8/202424 minutes, 36 seconds
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The ruler who taxed beards

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Trevor Chappell to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
5/5/20242 minutes, 22 seconds
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Why Is the U.S. Trying to Ban TikTok?

As concerns about data safety and privacy continue to build, the popularity of TikTok has been cause for alarm for governments and policymakers around the world.
5/4/202423 minutes, 9 seconds
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Talking Point - Turning the Clock Back: Life Extension Sciences

There are two certainties in life: death and taxes…. but what if we could make a certainty uncertain… No, we're not talking about dodging taxes… but delaying death.
5/3/202426 minutes, 15 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - May 4th 2024

Our topic for this week is: Making Exercise Enjoyable and Effective.
5/3/202411 minutes, 56 seconds
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The Last Daughter: Brenda Matthews

As a child, Brenda Matthews, a proud Wiradjuri woman, speaker, author, and co-director of the upcoming documentary 'The Last Daughter,' was taken from her Indigenous parents along with her six siblings when she was two.
5/2/202444 minutes, 23 seconds
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Cryonics and the quest for life after death

For some it's science fiction; for others it's a dream that in the future, medical science will allow them to cheat death.
4/27/202422 minutes, 17 seconds
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Eurovision Song Contest 2024

With Eurovision less than a fortnight away, Rod Quinn caught up with Eurovision expert Alistair Birch from EurofileTV about which songs and countries will be the ones to watch, and how Australia will perform
4/26/202419 minutes, 21 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Apr 27th 2024

This week Professor Gordon Lynch looks at why watching sport and getting too emotionally involved might be bad for your health
4/26/202416 minutes, 18 seconds
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Talking Point - Fab Four-ensics: 'Nothing is Real - A Beatles Podcast' Host Steve Cockcroft

50 years on, the world is still infatuated with The Beatles.
4/25/202449 minutes, 42 seconds
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Eric Bogle on 'Matilda', ANZAC Day, and approaching 80

"I aim for the heart and the soul, you know, not the feet or the groin."
4/24/202439 minutes, 26 seconds
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The surprising analogue revival - it's not just a vinyl resurgence

Do you use a film camera? Maybe polaroid? Listen to vinyl records? Write actual letters to people? Read newspapers or books in non-digital form?
4/23/202442 minutes, 7 seconds
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Celebrated author Garry Disher releases his 60th book

It took time, but Garry Disher has established himself as a leading Australian voice in the crime fiction world.
4/23/202439 minutes, 2 seconds
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How many nuts can a squirrel remember hiding?

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
4/21/20241 minute, 59 seconds
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The battle for Australian women to wear pants

In 1933 the Australian Senate debated whether is was appropriate for women too wear pants in the chamber. 
4/21/202438 minutes, 15 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Apr 20th 2024

This week's topic is: A Guide to Promoting Kids' Health.
4/19/202414 minutes, 15 seconds
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Interview Special: Once A King — The Lost Memoir of Edward VIII

Decades before Prince Harry wrote his memoir, his great uncle published his own: 'A King's Story.'
4/19/202430 minutes, 56 seconds
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Talking Point - A Secret History: Inside the CIA Museum

It's maybe the only museum in the world that has relics from a Howard Hughes-assisted submarine retrieval, Saddam Hussein's leather jacket and a hard copy of Hitler's psychoanalysis. 
4/19/202453 minutes, 43 seconds
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Talking Point - Here's the Story: Catching Up with 'the Real Brady Bros'

Whilst it only aired for 5 years, 'The Brady Bunch' has been a phenomenon that has endured for over five decades.  
4/18/202443 minutes, 56 seconds
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Swimming pioneer and Olympian Mina Wylie

It was thanks to a public fundraising campaign that our women's swimmers made it to the 1912 Olympic Games in Stockholm.
4/15/202427 minutes, 32 seconds
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The animal that sees in 3D

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
4/14/20241 minute, 50 seconds
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Advance Australia Fair: the history of an anthem

Twice adopted as our national anthem, we explore the history of Advance Australia Fair and the ongoing debate about a song for all Australians.
4/14/202436 minutes, 42 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Apr 13th 2024

Our topic this week is: What to Expect When You Exercise Regularly.
4/12/202415 minutes, 18 seconds
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Talking Point - A Trial by Three Juries: DeWayne Wickham, on Covering the O.J. Simpson Trial

In 1995, the People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson became what was described by USA TODAY as the "most publicised criminal trial in human history.'
4/12/202454 minutes, 24 seconds
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Talking Point - It’s Not Rocket Science: The Brains Behind Brain Surgery

Brain surgery: It's famously very, very hard.
4/11/202453 minutes, 41 seconds
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Interview Special: West Side Story's Kimberley Hodgson

Rod caught up with the incredibly talented Kimberley Hodgson, who is currently performing in Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour's 2024 production of West Side Story!
4/6/202425 minutes, 46 seconds
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Interview: Crime in the Art Market

Rod chatted with Gareth Fletcher, Director of Art and Technology and the Lecturer of the 'Art Crime' course at Sotheby's Institute of Art, London, who led us through the ins-and-outs of darker side of the art market. 
4/6/202429 minutes, 13 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Apr 6th 2024

This week's topic is: Shift Work: Where Does Fitness and Nutrition Fit In?
4/5/202416 minutes, 24 seconds
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Talking Point: Pop (Art) Star - Andy Warhol's Enduring Legacy

Andy Warhol was one of the most important creative minds of the 20th century. Even now, 37 years since his untimely passing, his influence is still felt across all modern mediums. In many ways, we are still catching up to how far ahead of his time he was. 
4/5/202453 minutes, 22 seconds
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Talking Point: ABBA - 50 Years Since 'Waterloo' Won Eurovision

50 years ago, on 6 April 1974, ABBA stormed to victory at the Brighton Dome and won the Eurovision Song Contest.
4/4/202452 minutes, 33 seconds
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Paris: Impressions Of Life 1880-1925

Paris: Impressions of Life 1880–1925 takes visitors on a journey through the lively and picturesque streets of historic Paris.
3/29/202426 minutes, 16 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Mar 30th 2024

This week's topic is: Urine and Health.
3/29/202414 minutes, 43 seconds
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Talking Point: The History of the White Australia Policy

The White Australia policy was a series of discriminatory laws in Australia aimed at preventing immigration from non-European backgrounds, particularly Asians and Pacific Islanders, to maintain a predominantly white, British-oriented society. These policies came into being at our nations federation in 1901, but it would take another 72 years for them to be dismantled.
3/28/202448 minutes, 28 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Mar 23rd 2024

This week's topic is: How Exercise Can Help Boost Productivity.
3/22/202415 minutes, 39 seconds
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Meet Eric Bauza: The Man of 1,001 Voices... and That's Not All, Folks!

Meet Eric Bauza, the Canadian voice actor renowned since 2018 for his portrayal of iconic Looney Tunes characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Foghorn Leghorn, Marvin the Martian, Sylvester, and Tweety.Despite his busy schedule, Eric generously spared an hour of his time to chat with Rod and Overnights listeners! Thank you Eric! 
3/21/202454 minutes, 10 seconds
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The mite that is likely in every cup of tea

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
3/17/20242 minutes, 1 second
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David Unaipon: Australia's Da Vinci

David Unaipon was an esteemed figure in Australian history who left an indelible mark on the nation's cultural and scientific landscape. His legacy is one of innovation, resilience, and cultural pride. It is also a legacy that remains widely forgotten.
3/16/202422 minutes, 58 seconds
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A Labour of Loaf: How A Sourdough Starter Went Viral

In Colorado, a small volunteer group of sourdough enthusiasts recently went viral on TikTok, thrusting them into the spotlight. While accustomed to receiving occasional requests for samples of their long-preserved starter, their newfound internet fame has skyrocketed demand from a few thousand samples a year to a few thousand in a week.
3/15/202420 minutes, 47 seconds
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Psychedelic Therapy: Using Magic Mushrooms to Treat Mental Illness

Since July last year, psychiatrists have wielded the power to prescribe MDMA and psilocybin/magic mushrooms, marking a groundbreaking shift in mental health care.
3/15/202420 minutes, 10 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Mar 16th 2024

Our topic this week is: Exercise Benefits Those Living with Parkinson's Disease.
3/15/202412 minutes, 36 seconds
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Managing Mortgage Stress: Stopping Debt Spirals

In today's economic landscape, the dream of home ownership often collides with the harsh realities of financial strain.
3/14/202422 minutes, 11 seconds
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Health Care: Nursing in Crisis

Australia's healthcare system is in crisis, particularly in regional areas, relying heavily on agency nurses due to a shortage of permanent staff.
3/14/202420 minutes, 32 seconds
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The Hollywood star integral to pioneering wi-fi and torpedo technology

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
3/10/20241 minute, 44 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Mar 9th 2024

Our topic this week is: Some Surprising Benefits of Stretching.
3/8/202414 minutes, 23 seconds
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High Country: Leah Purcell & Bain Stewart

David Prior caught up with both first nations actress, producer and director Leah Purcell AM and her partner and collaborator Bain Stewart ahead of the debut of the highly anticipated Australian drama series High Country.
3/8/202444 minutes, 8 seconds
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100 years ago this man walked all the way around Australia

Aidan de Brune started life as Herbert Charles Cull, and that's not the only twist in this epic pedestrian tale.
3/4/202426 minutes, 7 seconds
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The international news agency that started as a carrier pigeon service

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
3/3/20241 minute, 53 seconds
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Interview: Sosefina Fuamoli

Paul catches up with Sosefina Fuamoli, an award winning Samoan-Australian music journalist, broadcaster, and content producer.
3/2/202419 minutes, 3 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Mar 2nd 2024

Our topic for this week is: Women may gain greater health benefits from exercise than men, with less effort!
3/1/202411 minutes, 46 seconds
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History's greatest female leaders you may never have heard about

Dr Emma Southon, co-host of the History Is Sexy Podcast, joined Pav to explore her top 10 coolest female leaders from history (that you've probably next heard).    
2/27/202439 minutes, 25 seconds
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The Hollywood legend whose body was stolen for ransom

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
2/25/20241 minute, 56 seconds
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Interview Special: Price Gouging in Australia

Rod discussed the findings of the Australian Council of Trade Unions' 'Inquiry Into Price Gouging and Unfair Pricing Practises' with it's author, Professor Allan Fels.
2/24/202421 minutes, 51 seconds
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A Night at the Opera: A Chat with Celeste Lazarenko

Rod caught up with Celeste Lazarenko, Australian opera singer and star of Opera Australia's 2024 production of Mozart's Idomeneo.
2/23/202426 minutes, 49 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Feb 24th 2024

Our topic this week is: Why you should be careful when eating black liquorice.
2/23/202414 minutes, 14 seconds
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Talking Point: Casinos in Australia

Rod is joined by Dr. Charles Livingstone, Head of the Gambling and Social Determinants Unit at Monash University's School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, to discuss gambling reform and casinos in Australia.
2/22/202454 minutes, 4 seconds
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Colonial Australian lawyer and judge Redmond Barry

Redmond Barry was also the judge in the case of the Eureka rebels and the founder of the University of Melbourne.
2/19/202425 minutes, 46 seconds
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The motor racer who invented the speed camera

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
2/18/20241 minute, 50 seconds
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Ross Fitzgerald on 'Fifty Years Sober: An Alcoholic’s Journey'

Rod caught up with Ross Fitzgerald, an Australian academic, historian, novelist, secularist, political commentator and author of the new book 'Fifty Years Sober: An Alcoholic's Journey.' 
2/17/202449 minutes, 52 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Feb 17th 2024

Our topic this week is: Healthy Lifestyle Linked to Better Brain Function in Later Life.
2/16/202415 minutes, 57 seconds
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Talking Point: Dr. Leroy Chiao's Life in Space

Dr. Leroy Chiao is an American chemical engineer, retired NASA astronaut, former commander of the International Space Station, member of the U.S. Human Spaceflight Plans Committee, a public speaker and co-founder of the keynote and training company OneOrbit.
2/16/202454 minutes, 10 seconds
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The Majestic Theatre: The World's Longest -Running Silent Movie Theatre

Rod chats with Alison Hadfield from The Majestic Theatre in Pomona, QLD.
2/15/202414 minutes, 13 seconds
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New York Report - Feb 16th 2024

Rod chat with Tim Cass, Overnights New York correspondent, to get a slice of life from the Big Apple. 
2/15/202422 minutes, 17 seconds
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Talking Point: Tax in Australia

Rod discussed the Australian taxation system with Emeritus Professor of Taxation and former Head of the Australian School of Taxation (ATAX) at UNSW Sydney, Professor Chris Evans, in order to make sense out of one of life's great certainties.
2/15/202451 minutes, 43 seconds
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The board game banned in Cuba

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
2/11/20241 minute, 53 seconds
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Sitar Hero: A Chat with Anoushka Shankar

Rod chats with sitar virtuoso Anoushka Shankar.   
2/10/202415 minutes, 6 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Feb 11th 2024

Our topic this week:
2/9/202416 minutes, 56 seconds
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Saving Silent Film

The era of the American silent feature film lasted from 1912 until 1929. During that time, filmmakers established the language of cinema, and the motion pictures they created reached a height of artistic sophistication.
2/9/202455 minutes, 34 seconds
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Playing Priscilla: Annie Chiswell, Star of 'Elvis - A Revolution'

Rod caught up with Annie Chiswell, star of 'Elvis - A Revolution'  to chat about the life of Priscilla. 
2/9/202424 minutes, 46 seconds
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The life of singer Melanie Safka

Her music career spanned seven decades starting at Woodstock and taking her around the globe. 
2/5/202423 minutes, 47 seconds
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King Tut had a space dagger

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich on Overnights to share some of the amazing freaky facts from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know.
2/4/20242 minutes, 33 seconds
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History of the prickly pear

It was a bright idea at the time but the introduction of the prickly pear has been an environmental disaster for the Australian landscape.
2/4/202429 minutes, 36 seconds
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Australian Open: A Conversation with Wally Masur

Tim chats with Australian tennis legend Wally Masur about the Australian Open, and the future of tennis in Australia.
2/2/202419 minutes, 2 seconds
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Space Law: Who Owns the Moon?

As a new space race heats up, we are travelling to a whole new world of legal questions for us on Earth — like 'who owns space?'
2/2/202443 minutes, 59 seconds
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Around the World: Argentina - Feb 3rd 2024

On Around the World this week, we caught up with journalist Natalie Alcoba, who let us know about what is going on in Argentina. 
2/2/202410 minutes, 56 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Feb 3rd 2024

Our topic this week is: Seeking Relief from Muscle Cramps.
2/2/202410 minutes, 38 seconds
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Ouch: Australia’s Most Painful Stings

Our sprawling continent has a bounty of beautifully diverse creatures!
2/1/202426 minutes, 10 seconds
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New York Report - 2nd Feb 2024

Overnights NY correspondent chats with Tim about the goings-on in the Big Apple! 
2/1/202416 minutes, 45 seconds
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The Psychology of Political Polarisation

Whether it's a difference of opinion on the mundane, or about something as serious as a global pandemic — it seems like the gulf between political beliefs is only broadening. But what causes such polarisation in our political attitudes?
2/1/202432 minutes, 21 seconds
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Mental Healthcare, A Year After the Rebate Cut

At the start of 2023 the Department of Health and Aged Care announced — to the shock of many — a cut to Medicare's Better Access rebated psychology sessions from 20-to-10 sessions.
1/27/202417 minutes, 50 seconds
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Competitive Cartography: GeoGuessr World Cup

If you were given a Google Street View image of anywhere on Earth, do you reckon you could identify the exact location? Well — the competitors at the GeoGuessr World Cup do just that… and they do it in arenas full of spectators who are cheering on every move!
1/26/202416 minutes, 43 seconds
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Cooking With Native Bush Ingredients

Despite their modern uptake, native Australian ingredients are the world's oldest, most unique ingredients. You can diversify your pallet by adding these ingredients to your favourite dishes or using them to create new experimental recipes of your own…. But how do you start using them?
1/26/20248 minutes, 2 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Jan 27th 2024

This week's topic is: Take care of your feet when exercising.
1/26/202410 minutes, 3 seconds
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Sunscreen, Sand, and Ice Cream: the Science of Summer

If you're scientifically minded, a trip to the beach can be a perfect opportunity to explore the scientific properties of three things: sunscreen, sand and ice cream.
1/25/202420 minutes, 48 seconds
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2023: A Deadly Year on Our Roads

Australia was once a world-leader when it came to road safety.
1/25/202421 minutes, 55 seconds
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Free to Share: Explaining the Public Domain

Whilst copyright laws vary from place to place, the concept of the public domain is universal. But is the public domain exactly?
1/20/202424 minutes, 45 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Jan 20th 2024

This week's topic is: Tips for Keeping Well Hydrated.You can follow Gordon on X @GordonSLynch
1/19/202413 minutes, 36 seconds
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Hollywood Report - Jan 20th 2024

Tim chats with Hollywood insider Kevin Ott, who gives us the scoop on whats going on in La La Land. 
1/19/202416 minutes, 35 seconds
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The Psychology of Trash Talking

It's the sport within the sport. It's an art form… but a new book titled 'TRASH TALK: THE ONLY BOOK ABOUT DESTROYING YOUR RIVALS THAT ISN'T TOTAL GARBAGE' explores the science and psychology of trash talk.
1/19/202436 minutes, 8 seconds
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Jim Maxwell: Celebrating 50 Years Of Cricket Broadcasting

Tim Webster caught up with ABC Cricket broadcasting legend Jim Maxwell to talk about his 50 years in cricket broadcasting!
1/19/202423 minutes, 18 seconds
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Did Caesar Invent the Leap Year?

Well — it turns out the very thing that is meant to lend order to our lives has quite a messy history.
1/18/202423 minutes, 18 seconds
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Dragon Boat Racing in Australia

2024 marks the year of the dragon, making it the perfect time for us to explore the captivating world of dragon boat racing!
1/18/202418 minutes, 57 seconds
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New York Report - 19th Jan 2024

NY Report - 19th Jan 24
1/18/202418 minutes, 29 seconds
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Quiz - Jan 14th 2024

Congratulations to Joel from Noosa! If you want to play the quiz in the future, then call: 1300 800 222!
1/13/202447 minutes, 19 seconds
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London Report - Jan 14th 2024

Tim is joined by our UK correspondent, Dr. Glenda Cooper from the University of London.This week's topics:- The Post Office scandal- US/UK airstrikes on Yemen- New biography about Charles III reveals details about the late queen's deathbed- Top City law firm will name and shame those working from home- Taylor Swift wears £58 dress by Scottish designer
1/13/202420 minutes, 7 seconds
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Lochlan Watt: From Headbanging to Healing

As the host of Triple J's heavy metal program THE RACKET, Lochlan Watt was used to hearing 'heavy things.' However, in 2019 — his tolerance for the extreme was tested after being given a brain cancer diagnosis.Lochlan joined us on Overnights to tell us how he managed to beat brain cancer and to then use it as inspiration for his band RUN.
1/13/202416 minutes, 55 seconds
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Around the World: Greenland - Jan 13th 2024

In this week's Around the World, we are travelling to the arctic circle to chat with Ole Ellekrog from The Polar Journal to find out what's making news in Greenland!
1/12/202410 minutes, 50 seconds
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Still The King: Elvis’ Everlasting Influence on Pop Culture

Whilst Elvis may have passed away 46 years ago, his influence on popular culture is as alive as ever!
1/12/202434 minutes, 40 seconds
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Hollywood Report - Jan 13th 2024

Tim chats with Hollywood insider Kevin Ott, who gives us the scoop on whats going on in La La Land.
1/12/202417 minutes, 6 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Jan 13th 2024

Our topic for this week is: This week's topic is: Tips for How to Interpret Health News.
1/12/20249 minutes, 53 seconds
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Beyond Horror: The Enduring Impact of Stephen King

It's nearly impossible to overstate how influential Stephen King is, and no single writer has dominated the landscape of genre writing like he has. To date, he is the only author in history to have had more than 30 books become No. 1 best-sellers! So — why does he remain so universally beloved?
1/12/202427 minutes
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Finance Report - Jan 13th 2024

Overnights finance expert Scott Hamilton gives us the update on how the markets are performing. 
1/12/20246 minutes, 36 seconds
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Keeping Cool with 'The Coping Cookbook'

The Coping Cookbook seeks to help renters cool this summer!
1/11/202421 minutes, 29 seconds
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Boston Report - 12th Jan 24

Tim chats with our Boston correspondent, the amazing Celeste Katz Marston about:- Why are parts of Northeast Boston are underwater?
1/11/202418 minutes, 13 seconds
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New Zealand Report - 12th Jan 24

Tim catches up with our friend across the ditch, the amazing Angela Cuming. Angela fills us in on whats making news over in the land of the great white cloud:
1/11/202414 minutes, 31 seconds
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Finance Report - 12th Jan 24

Overnights finance expert Scott Hamilton gives us the update on how the markets are performing. 
1/11/20245 minutes, 39 seconds
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Spain Report with Alex Trelinski - Jan 7th 2024

Overnights Spain correspondent Alex Trelinski chats with Tim about some of this weeks headlines! 
1/6/202414 minutes, 11 seconds
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AROUND THE WORLD: JAPAN - Jan 6th 2024

Japanese news with Lucy Dayman
1/5/202410 minutes, 34 seconds
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Talking Surf Safety with Professor Rob 'Dr. Rip' Brander

Tim chats with surf safety expert Professor Rob 'Dr. Rip' Brander
1/5/202427 minutes
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Hollywood Report - Jan 6th 2024

Tim chats with Hollywood insider Kevin Ott, who gives us the scoop on whats going on in La La Land. This week's headlines:
1/5/202417 minutes, 20 seconds
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Finance News - Jan 6th 2024

Tim caught up with Overnights finance expert Scott Hamilton, who gave us the latest on the markets at home and overseas. 
1/5/20249 minutes, 26 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Professor Gordon Lynch - Jan 6th 2024

What are some simple ways we can boost heart health?
1/5/202412 minutes, 13 seconds
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Matt Ikuvalu on Playing Rugby League In Europe

Tim chats with Catalan Dragons player Matt Ikuvalu about his experience playing Rugby League in France. 
1/4/202419 minutes, 8 seconds
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New York Report with Tim Cass - 5th Jan 2024

This week Tim Cass tells us about what's happening in the Big Apple:
1/4/202417 minutes, 49 seconds
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Looking Back at the Best Australian Films of 2023

SUNBURNT SCREENS host ALEXEI TOLIOPOULOS joined us on Overnights to share his top picks for 2023.
1/4/202425 minutes, 29 seconds
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Finance with Mike Girardi - 5th Jan 24

Tim chats about the market with finance with Overnights finance expert Mike Girardi.
1/4/20244 minutes, 49 seconds
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New Zealand Report - 5th Jan 2024

Tim catches up with our friend across the ditch, the amazing Angela Cuming. Angela fills us in on whats making news over in the land of the great white cloud:
1/4/202413 minutes, 10 seconds
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A Slice of History: a chat with 'sandwich historian' Barry Enderwick

12/22/202338 minutes, 39 seconds
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From Saturnalia to Pavlova: A History of Christmas Food

For many Aussies, it's a given that Christmas entails a big lunch followed by Christmas pud' and pav.However, the culinary landscape of the silly season has changed significantly throughout the centuries.
12/21/202330 minutes
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Christmas Hollow's Christmas music playlist

Cheerful tunes curated for your Yuletide listening pleasure.
12/20/202335 minutes, 36 seconds
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Grace, Pav and Damian with a Christmas carol

Grace McCallum, Damian Mangos and Overnights presenter Michael Pavlich with the Christmas carol The Little Drummer Boy.
12/19/20238 minutes, 37 seconds
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There would be no Hobbit movie without yaks

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know. Vic shares his latest round of Freaky Facts.
12/3/20231 minute, 46 seconds
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Lullaby Project song creates a for Sammy J

With Sammy J broadcasting for 24 hours to raise money for the ABC Gives campaign, the Overnights team wanted to see if we could lull him off to sleep with his very own lullaby.Listeners contributed their ideas and the team from Lullaby Project Australia created a song just for Sammy.
11/29/20233 minutes, 45 seconds
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Lullaby Project creates a sleepy song for Sammy J

Here's what happened when we played a custom lullaby to Sammy J half-way through his 24 hour continuous radio broadcast.
11/29/202313 minutes, 6 seconds
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Getting ideas for a custom lullaby for Sammy J

Listeners share ideas for a lullaby to put Sammy J to sleep.
11/28/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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How butterflies could keep cars cooler

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know. Vic shares his latest round of Freaky Facts.
11/26/20231 minute, 43 seconds
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Author Peter FitzSimons tells the 'extraordinary' tale of the Battle of Beersheeba

On October 31, 1917 the Australian Light Horse secured a necessary win during the Battle of Bersheeba.
11/20/202321 minutes, 26 seconds
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Why you could not post knitting patterns in WWII

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know. Vic shares his latest round of Freaky Facts.
11/19/20231 minute, 38 seconds
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What are the services that make up an ideal main street?

Research suggests a pharmacy, restaurant/cafe and a supermarket are among the key shops and services people want in an ideal main street.
11/14/202326 minutes, 14 seconds
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Are flies and mosquitoes attracted to our sweat?

It's not yet summer but the flies and mosquitoes of Australia are out buzzing and biting in full force.
11/13/202320 minutes, 34 seconds
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How often do you lie?

Wake Forest University's A.C Reid Professor of Philosophy Christian Miller Christian B. Miller shared the factors that prompt us to tell a lie.
11/12/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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How a heritage quest led an Aussie to a vintage flower shop in England

Tim Growcott's own expedition of self-discovery led him to Hastings, an English seaside town.
11/12/202318 minutes, 4 seconds
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The unexpected health benefits of visiting an aquarium

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
11/12/20232 minutes, 3 seconds
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'Always my dream': This community kitchen in Italy is bringing people together

When Danny McCubbin set up a community kitchen in Mussomeli, Italy, he never imagined it would grow into a home for so many people.
11/12/202320 minutes, 54 seconds
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The awkward reason Napoleon could not mount his horse at Waterloo

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Trevor Chappell to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking. 
11/5/20232 minutes, 3 seconds
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Green thumbs on the small screen

Learn about the gardens and gardeners that have made their mark on our TV screens. 
11/1/202347 minutes, 24 seconds
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The Nobel Prize that came with a lifetime supply of beer

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
10/29/20231 minute, 55 seconds
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When wildlife goes weird on the big screen

Hitchcock may have given birds a bad name but there are not the only animals that have given people to creaps in the movies.
10/25/202349 minutes, 30 seconds
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'It's just mad': Fashion designer Amy Powney on the impacts of fast fashion

When it comes to fast fashion, Amy Powney says anything super cheap is a "no-go zone".
10/24/202330 minutes, 22 seconds
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Will we ever see the like of The Beatles again?

John Copolov is a self-confessed Beatles tragic and joined Pav to look at whether then band will ever be equalled. 
10/23/202327 minutes, 38 seconds
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Leeches are brainier than you might think

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Michael Pavlich to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
10/22/20231 minute, 46 seconds
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The many and varied 'discoverers' of Australia

Historian David Hunt sheds light on the convoluted history of the real discovery of Australia.
10/22/202331 minutes, 17 seconds
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Bennelong, Phillip and the birth of colonial Australia

A new biography explores the relationship between Woollarawarre Bennelong and Captain Arther Phillip.
10/16/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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How did scrabble letters get their values?

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Trevor Chappell to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
10/15/20231 minute, 49 seconds
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A histroy of Australia record stores and record collecting

Record stores has a wonderful history in Australia and special place in the hearts of the music fans who frequent them.
10/15/202343 minutes, 59 seconds
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Artist and activist George Gittoes heads back to Afghanistan

After a visit to Australia for the screening of his film Ukraine Guernica - Art Not War, artist and activist George Gittoes joins Pav for a chat from Pakistan.
10/9/202333 minutes, 1 second
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Rod Nicholson on the history of Australian horse racing

Author and former News Ltd. racing writer Rod Nicholson explores the long history of horse racing in Australia.
10/8/202334 minutes, 13 seconds
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Celebrating the puppets that have graced our TV screens over the years

Whether strings are being pulled or arms inserted, puppetry has a long history on our TV screens. We look at the great puppets and puppeteers of the small screen.
10/4/202350 minutes, 52 seconds
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The secrets to great sleep for shift workers

Researchers have developed an 18 step guide to help shift workers improve their sleep.
10/3/202338 minutes, 17 seconds
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Con Colleano: Australia's international tightwire superstar

From a family circus in Lightning Ridge to principal star of Ringling Bros. Circus in the USA and the biggest stages in Europe, the 'Wizard of the Wire' was a global phenomenon. 
10/2/202330 minutes, 12 seconds
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How do turtles help us track our nuclear history?

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know. 
10/1/20231 minute, 43 seconds
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A roll call mad scientists on our movie screens

From Dr Frankenstein (or is it pronounced 'Frankenteen') to Poison Ivy, Pav looks at the mad scientists who have (dis)graced the big screen. 
9/27/202339 minutes, 27 seconds
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The stories of Australia's ghosts

Does every town in Australia have its own ghost story? Pav sets out to find out.
9/26/202342 minutes, 29 seconds
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Why Stephen King brought the mini van that nearly killed him

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know. 
9/24/20231 minute, 44 seconds
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Alice Anderson and Australia's first all-female garage

Alice Anderson was a pioneer of women's involvement in motoring in Australia. Her story is not well enough known.
9/18/202324 minutes, 3 seconds
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Vics Freaky Facts Sept 18th

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know. 
9/17/20231 minute, 59 seconds
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What was the greatest era in Australian cinema?

It is an endless debate as to what was the greatest era in Australian cinema. Pav and Tom Cushing celebrate our screen culture across the decades.
9/13/202357 minutes, 27 seconds
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The life of musician Nick Drake

Nick Drake never gained fame during his short musical career but his influence has been celebrated by artists including Kate Bush, Paul Weller, and Norah Jones, and his music is celebrated by critics and a new generation of fans.
9/11/202329 minutes, 39 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts SEP 11th

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know. 
9/10/20231 minute, 35 seconds
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The art and artists featured in our TV shows

The painting that featured in the opening credits of TV sitcom Good Times last sold for more than $20m. Maybe we should take art on the small screen a bit more seriously.
9/6/202357 minutes, 27 seconds
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The life and art of Brett Whiteley

We explore the life and work of one of Australia's most celebrated artists including his ill-fated pursuit of recognition in the U.S.
9/4/202326 minutes, 19 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts SEP 4TH

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Trevor Chappell to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
9/3/20231 minute, 42 seconds
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The greatest, and not so great, movies about the moon

As blue moons, super moons, moon landings hit the news, we take a look at the long and storied history of the moon in movies.
8/30/202349 minutes, 34 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Trevor Chappell to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
8/27/20231 minute, 59 seconds
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TV Freak explores the islands that feature on TV shows

TV Freak Scott Goodings joined Pav to explore the islands that have appeared on television screens over the years.
8/23/202355 minutes, 33 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Trevor Chappell to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
8/20/20231 minute, 48 seconds
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What are the greatest music documentary films?

In the wake of the some high profile deaths in the music world, Overnights film fellow, Tom Cushing joins Pav to discuss some of the great music doumentaries.
8/16/202353 minutes, 40 seconds
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Indigenous leader William Cooper stood up to the Nazis

As reports of growing Nazi violence in Germany reached Australia, it was an Indigenous leader who organised a protest march in Melbourne. 
8/15/202329 minutes, 34 seconds
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Vic's Freak Facts

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Trevor Chappell to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
8/13/20231 minute, 54 seconds
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From hovercraft to tiny runways: strange stories of how we travel

Tom Hall from Lonely Planet explores some of the more exotic ways that people can get from point A to B on their travels. 
8/7/202345 minutes, 25 seconds
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Musician Warren Daly celebrates his big band life

Warren Daly co-founded the Daly-Wilson big band and toured the world to acclaim in a career that spanned five decades.  
8/7/202322 minutes, 52 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts

Former Adelaide Radio DJ Vic Le Grand joins Trevor Chappell to share some of the amazing freaky facts and forgotten gems from the wonderful world of trivia that you probably didn't know and had never bothered asking.
8/6/20231 minute, 40 seconds
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The not so wonderful world of apocalyptic movies

This week's film segment celebrates the movies that take us to the end of the world. Listen in an we go from Metropolis to Planet of the Apes and beyond. 
8/2/202349 minutes, 8 seconds
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Neil Finn: star of Split Enz and Crowded House

Jeff Apter knew Split Enz would be big when he snuck underage into a 1979 Sydney gig ... and now he's written the first biography of Neil Finn.
7/31/202326 minutes, 16 seconds
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The Coolbaroo Club

A restored documentary film remembers the Perth dance club run by the Noongar community from 1946 to 1960.
7/30/202330 minutes, 56 seconds
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Why did Mudgee locals erect a statue of Louisa Lawson?

A passionate group of Mudgee locals commissioned the Louisa Lawson statue by Margot Stephens. But why did they want to honour Lawson?
7/17/202328 minutes, 38 seconds
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The incredible impact of producer Tony Cohen on Australian music

It's a name you might not be overly familiar with, but very few people have had the impact on Australian music more so than the late music producer Tony Cohen. 
6/19/202327 minutes, 42 seconds
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Big Star drummer Jody Stephens touring with Those Pretty Wrongs

Jody Stephens played on all three of the hugely influential 1970s Big Star albums with Alex Chilton, and has worked at Ardent Records in Memphis for decades.
6/19/202324 minutes, 39 seconds
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Tim Winton honoured on King's Birthday

He is now an Officer of the Order of Australia for "distinguished service to literature as an author and novelist, to conservation, and to environmental advocacy."
6/11/202323 minutes, 10 seconds
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Good grief - how Charlie Brown can help us embrace our inner loser

How Charlie Brown can help us embrace our inner loser.
5/30/202325 minutes, 52 seconds
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Australia's love affair with our four-legged friends

Australia is one of the biggest pet owning countries in the world according to Author Katherine Kovacic, with dogs being the popular pick.
5/3/202325 minutes, 1 second
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The rich and unparalleled history of the Royal Flying Doctor Service

There's no Australian icon quite like the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Brand and Communications Executive Lana Mitchell talks through the history of the Royal Flying Doctor Service. 
4/30/202332 minutes, 43 seconds
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Nick Cave's early years

From a childhood in Warracknabeal and Wangaratta to the Crystal Ballroom days.
4/10/202327 minutes, 35 seconds
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Why did singer-songwriter Neil Murray go to Papunya?

A long chat about writing My Island Home, other Warumpi Band classics, his new solo album The Telling ... and what led him to the N.T. as a young man.
4/3/202329 minutes, 21 seconds
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Kiaps remember life on patrol in PNG

Allan Johnson, John Hocknull and Malcolm MacKeller all worked as Patrol Officers (or Kiaps) in Papua New Guinea.
4/2/202335 minutes, 27 seconds
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Talking Point: Money, Coins & Collecting

What is your money worth? Australia's notes and coins have a fascinating history. We also have a thriving community of collectors who deal in rare and valuable coins. For this Talking Point, Rod Quinn is joined my numismatist and social media money educator Joel Kandiah.
1/13/202349 minutes, 1 second
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Health & Fitness: Common Sense Exercise

Dr Gordon Lynch joins Rod Quinn with his tips for Common Sense exercising.
1/13/202313 minutes, 38 seconds
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Health & Fitness: Common Sense Exercise

Dr Gordon Lynch joins Rod Quinn with his tips for Common Sense exercising.
1/13/202313 minutes, 38 seconds
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Talking Point: Money, Coins & Collecting

What is your money worth? Australia's notes and coins have a fascinating history. We also have a thriving community of collectors who deal in rare and valuable coins. For this Talking Point, Rod Quinn is joined my numismatist and social media money educator Joel Kandiah.
1/13/202349 minutes, 1 second
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Rod Quinn's 2022 Year In Review

An annual tradition, Rod Quinn takes listeners on an audio journey through the most memorable moments from the year that was. 
1/12/202355 minutes
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Rod Quinn's 2022 Year In Review

An annual tradition, Rod Quinn takes listeners on an audio journey through the most memorable moments from the year that was. 
1/12/202355 minutes
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Health & Fitness: Eliminating Excuses

Gordon Lynch joins Tim Webster with his tips on eliminating exercise excuses this new year.
1/6/202314 minutes, 30 seconds
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Health & Fitness: Eliminating Excuses

Gordon Lynch joins Tim Webster with his tips on eliminating exercise excuses this new year.
1/6/202314 minutes, 30 seconds
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Talking Point: Politics in Sport

There have been protests about race, gender, money and nationality in sport over decades. Is it possible to take politics away from sport?
12/29/202251 minutes, 25 seconds
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Talking Point: Politics in Sport

There have been protests about race, gender, money and nationality in sport over decades. Is it possible to take politics away from sport?
12/29/202251 minutes, 25 seconds
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Health and Fitness: Grab a Cuppa for Health

What are the benefits of tea for health?
12/4/202212 minutes, 40 seconds
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Talking Point: The History of Exercise

Bill Hayes, author of Sweat, on the cultural and scientific history of exercise.
12/4/202253 minutes, 36 seconds
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Talking Point: The History of Exercise

Bill Hayes, author of Sweat, on the cultural and scientific history of exercise.
12/4/202253 minutes, 36 seconds
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Health and Fitness: Grab a Cuppa for Health

What are the benefits of tea for health?
12/4/202212 minutes, 40 seconds
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Talking Point: How does DNA work?

What information is coded into DNA? How does it work with solving crimes or determining family ancestry?
12/2/202252 minutes, 31 seconds
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Talking Point: How does DNA work?

What information is coded into DNA? How does it work with solving crimes or determining family ancestry?
12/2/202252 minutes, 31 seconds
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Health and Fitness: Training Solo

Training solo can bring its own challenges and rewards.
11/25/202214 minutes, 26 seconds
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Health and Fitness: Training Solo

Training solo can bring its own challenges and rewards.
11/25/202214 minutes, 26 seconds
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Talking Point: The Spanish Inquisition

The Spanish Inquisition was established by Catholic Monarchs, King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile in 1478.
11/24/202253 minutes, 35 seconds
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Talking Point: The Spanish Inquisition

The Spanish Inquisition was established by Catholic Monarchs, King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile in 1478.
11/24/202253 minutes, 35 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Gordon Lynch: fit breaks and activity snacks

How can "activity snacks' help fight sedentary lifestyle? Professor Gordon Lynch has more. 
11/6/202211 minutes, 47 seconds
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Health and Fitness with Gordon Lynch: fit breaks and activity snacks

How can "activity snacks' help fight sedentary lifestyle? Professor Gordon Lynch has more. 
11/6/202211 minutes, 47 seconds
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Talking Point: The Dark Ages

The Dark Ages in Western Europe began after the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
11/4/202253 minutes, 15 seconds
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Talking Point: The Dark Ages

The Dark Ages in Western Europe began after the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
11/4/202253 minutes, 15 seconds
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Jack Thorne on his Harry Potter stage magic

Jack Thorne tells Rod Quinn about his stage shows and remarkable showbiz career in this exclusive interview.
10/14/202225 minutes, 26 seconds
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Jack Thorne on his Harry Potter stage magic

Jack Thorne tells Rod Quinn about his stage shows and remarkable showbiz career in this exclusive interview.
10/14/202225 minutes, 26 seconds
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Health & Fitness: 30 Minutes of Exercise a Day Is Not Enough

Health & Fitness with Dr. Gordon Lynch, Professor of Physiology at the University of Melbourne. Is 30 minutes of exercise enough?
10/7/202213 minutes, 28 seconds
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Diana Reid - Seeing Other People

Diana Reid's debut novel, Love & Virtue, was an Australian bestseller and her follow up is equally impressive, Seeing Other People.
10/7/202225 minutes, 36 seconds
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Health & Fitness: 30 Minutes of Exercise a Day Is Not Enough

Health & Fitness with Dr. Gordon Lynch, Professor of Physiology at the University of Melbourne. Is 30 minutes of exercise enough?
10/7/202213 minutes, 28 seconds
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Diana Reid - Seeing Other People

Diana Reid's debut novel, Love & Virtue, was an Australian bestseller and her follow up is equally impressive, Seeing Other People.
10/7/202225 minutes, 36 seconds
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Talking Point: Secrets of the Dark Web

.Talking Point with Rod Quinn looked at what is considered the internet's lurid underbelly, the Dark Web with guest, Dr Jeffery Foster, Associate Professor in Cyber Security Studies at Macquarie University
10/7/202252 minutes, 5 seconds
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Talking Point: Secrets of the Dark Web

.Talking Point with Rod Quinn looked at what is considered the internet's lurid underbelly, the Dark Web with guest, Dr Jeffery Foster, Associate Professor in Cyber Security Studies at Macquarie University
10/7/202252 minutes, 5 seconds
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Health and Fitness: Activity and Healthy Ageing

Patterns of activity (and not just exercise) are important for promoting healthy ageing
9/30/202214 minutes, 2 seconds
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Health and Fitness: Activity and Healthy Ageing

Patterns of activity (and not just exercise) are important for promoting healthy ageing
9/30/202214 minutes, 2 seconds
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Talking Point: What is the role of the RBA?

How does the Reserve Bank finance government spending? What is its role in controlling inflation and interest rates?
9/29/202249 minutes, 5 seconds
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Talking Point: What is the role of the RBA?

How does the Reserve Bank finance government spending? What is its role in controlling inflation and interest rates?
9/29/202249 minutes, 5 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts EP 30

Vic Le Grande joins Trev with some unusual facts
9/11/20221 minute, 41 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts EP 30

Vic Le Grande joins Trev with some unusual facts
9/11/20221 minute, 41 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts EP 29

Vic Le Grande joins Trev with some unusual facts
9/4/20221 minute, 58 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts EP 29

Vic Le Grande joins Trev with some unusual facts
9/4/20221 minute, 58 seconds
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Protecting yourself from falls

Why do falls increase with age?
8/12/202213 minutes, 43 seconds
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Is Australia still considered a Christian country?

According to the 2021 census data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 38.9 per cent of Australian's claimed they have ‘no religion’. Compared to 43.9 per cent identifying as Christian, 3.2 per cent as Islamic, and 2.7 per cent as Hindu.
8/12/202248 minutes, 20 seconds
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Is Australia still considered a Christian country?

According to the 2021 census data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 38.9 per cent of Australian's claimed they have ‘no religion’. Compared to 43.9 per cent identifying as Christian, 3.2 per cent as Islamic, and 2.7 per cent as Hindu.
8/12/202248 minutes, 20 seconds
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Protecting yourself from falls

Why do falls increase with age?
8/12/202213 minutes, 43 seconds
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Australian and New Zealand crime writers in the spotlight

What distinguishes Australian and New Zealand crime writers as the genre's popularity grows?
8/8/202225 minutes, 1 second
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The life and poetry of TS Eliot with Robert Crawford

It is almost a century since the publication of his poem The Waste Land.
8/8/202230 minutes, 56 seconds
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Australian and New Zealand crime writers in the spotlight

What distinguishes Australian and New Zealand crime writers as the genre's popularity grows?
8/8/202225 minutes, 1 second
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The life and poetry of TS Eliot with Robert Crawford

It is almost a century since the publication of his poem The Waste Land.
8/8/202230 minutes, 56 seconds
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Brooke Boney's journey from Muswellbrook to The Today Show

The former Triple J newsreader reflects on her life, from growing up in regional NSW, to becoming one of the most prominent Indigenous personalities on commercial television.
8/6/202224 minutes, 48 seconds
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Remembering one of Australia's best-loved entertainers and the former lead singer of The Seekers, Judith Durham

Judith's Seekers bandmate and close friend Keith Potger reflects on her life, from the first time he heard her sing, to the final conversation they had together.
8/6/202216 minutes, 30 seconds
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Brooke Boney's journey from Muswellbrook to The Today Show

The former Triple J newsreader reflects on her life, from growing up in regional NSW, to becoming one of the most prominent Indigenous personalities on commercial television.
8/6/202224 minutes, 48 seconds
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Remembering one of Australia's best-loved entertainers and the former lead singer of The Seekers, Judith Durham

Judith's Seekers bandmate and close friend Keith Potger reflects on her life, from the first time he heard her sing, to the final conversation they had together.
8/6/202216 minutes, 30 seconds
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'Somerton Man' researcher explains the decades-old mystery

After decades of research, Derek Abbott believes the man was a Melbourne-born electrical engineer.
8/5/202223 minutes, 55 seconds
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Is weak grip a sign of health issues?

Experts believe that handgrip strength is a predictor of mortality
8/5/202214 minutes, 3 seconds
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60 years since the death of Marilyn Monroe

She graced Hollywood with her beauty and talent, and became one of the world's most recognisable faces. Yet, her life and untimely death remains clouded in enourmous mystery.
8/5/202250 minutes, 19 seconds
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60 years since the death of Marilyn Monroe

She graced Hollywood with her beauty and talent, and became one of the world's most recognisable faces. Yet, her life and untimely death remains clouded in enourmous mystery.
8/5/202250 minutes, 19 seconds
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Is weak grip a sign of health issues?

Experts believe that handgrip strength is a predictor of mortality
8/5/202214 minutes, 3 seconds
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'Somerton Man' researcher explains the decades-old mystery

After decades of research, Derek Abbott believes the man was a Melbourne-born electrical engineer.
8/5/202223 minutes, 55 seconds
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Is China about to invade Taiwan?

China has commenced military drills, involving firing missiles near Taiwan, following a visit by senior US Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
8/4/202252 minutes, 50 seconds
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Is China about to invade Taiwan?

China has commenced military drills, involving firing missiles near Taiwan, following a visit by senior US Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
8/4/202252 minutes, 50 seconds
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What does the future hold for Julian Assange?

For the better part of 15 years, he has been Australia’s most famous journalist on the world’s stage.
7/28/202250 minutes, 18 seconds
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What does the future hold for Julian Assange?

For the better part of 15 years, he has been Australia’s most famous journalist on the world’s stage.
7/28/202250 minutes, 18 seconds
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The benefits of isometric exercise

What are ‘isometric’ exercises?
7/15/202214 minutes, 15 seconds
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What will it take for the United States to change their gun laws?

Mass shootings are occurring at a rate that seems unfathomable to anyone living outside of the US. So far in 2022 alone, as of July 14th, there have been 338 mass shootings. Not one week has gone by where one hasn’t taken place.
7/15/202237 minutes, 35 seconds
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What will it take for the United States to change their gun laws?

Mass shootings are occurring at a rate that seems unfathomable to anyone living outside of the US. So far in 2022 alone, as of July 14th, there have been 338 mass shootings. Not one week has gone by where one hasn’t taken place.
7/15/202237 minutes, 35 seconds
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The benefits of isometric exercise

What are ‘isometric’ exercises?
7/15/202214 minutes, 15 seconds
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Sri Lanka is going through the most significant chapter in its history. How did they get to this point? And what's next?

Billions of dollars in debt, food and medicine shortages, and inflation sitting at around 80%. These are just some of the reasons why Sri Lanka has seen massive protests and the collapse of its economy.
7/14/202249 minutes, 8 seconds
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Sri Lanka is going through the most significant chapter in its history. How did they get to this point? And what's next?

Billions of dollars in debt, food and medicine shortages, and inflation sitting at around 80%. These are just some of the reasons why Sri Lanka has seen massive protests and the collapse of its economy.
7/14/202249 minutes, 8 seconds
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Japan left reeling after the assassination of former PM Shinzo Abe

The county’s longest-serving Prime Minister was gunned down while giving a campaign speech on a street in central Japan. He was 67.
7/8/202216 minutes, 14 seconds
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Should we be concerned about facial recognition technology? Or should we embrace its benefits?

Last month, some of the country’s biggest retail stores admitted that they have been collecting their customer’s biometric data, without gaining their consent.
7/8/202253 minutes, 44 seconds
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Functional fitness for everyday life

What exercises can we do to enhance these functional movements?
7/8/202214 minutes, 22 seconds
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Should we be concerned about facial recognition technology? Or should we embrace its benefits?

Last month, some of the country’s biggest retail stores admitted that they have been collecting their customer’s biometric data, without gaining their consent.
7/8/202253 minutes, 44 seconds
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Functional fitness for everyday life

What exercises can we do to enhance these functional movements?
7/8/202214 minutes, 22 seconds
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Japan left reeling after the assassination of former PM Shinzo Abe

The county’s longest-serving Prime Minister was gunned down while giving a campaign speech on a street in central Japan. He was 67.
7/8/202216 minutes, 14 seconds
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"But them's the breaks". Boris Johnson resigns as UK Prime Minister.

After months of negative headlines, a vote of no confidence, and a string of ministerial resignations, the controversial leader has finally stepped down.
7/7/202252 minutes, 58 seconds
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"But them's the breaks". Boris Johnson resigns as UK Prime Minister.

After months of negative headlines, a vote of no confidence, and a string of ministerial resignations, the controversial leader has finally stepped down.
7/7/202252 minutes, 58 seconds
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Walking eases knee pain

The key to having less knee pain, could in fact be to use exercise more often.
7/1/202214 minutes, 6 seconds
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Walking eases knee pain

The key to having less knee pain, could in fact be to use exercise more often.
7/1/202214 minutes, 6 seconds
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What does the future hold for journalism in Australia?

In recent years, the industry has lost some 60,000 jobs in Australia – almost half of them during the pandemic.
6/30/202246 minutes, 54 seconds
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What does the future hold for journalism in Australia?

In recent years, the industry has lost some 60,000 jobs in Australia – almost half of them during the pandemic.
6/30/202246 minutes, 54 seconds
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Are you having a healthy dose of optimism?

A newly released study has found optimism is linked to a longer lifespan
6/24/202216 minutes, 22 seconds
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Life as a foreign correspondent in Moscow

People from around the world were banned from Russia this week - so what is life like for a foreign correspondent reporting from the Russian capital. We hear from one of UK's most prominent reporters.
6/24/202217 minutes, 1 second
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What does the future hold for taxation in Australia?

They say there are two certainty's in life; death and taxes. But, why do we pay tax? When did the idea of taxation come about? And what does the future hold for the world of taxes?
6/24/202249 minutes, 18 seconds
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Life as a foreign correspondent in Moscow

People from around the world were banned from Russia this week - so what is life like for a foreign correspondent reporting from the Russian capital. We hear from one of UK's most prominent reporters.
6/24/202217 minutes, 1 second
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What does the future hold for taxation in Australia?

They say there are two certainty's in life; death and taxes. But, why do we pay tax? When did the idea of taxation come about? And what does the future hold for the world of taxes?
6/24/202249 minutes, 18 seconds
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Are you having a healthy dose of optimism?

A newly released study has found optimism is linked to a longer lifespan
6/24/202216 minutes, 22 seconds
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When myths and history get in a muddle

We look at the moments where history and myth collide and myth too often wins out.
6/21/202241 minutes, 16 seconds
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When myths and history get in a muddle

We look at the moments where history and myth collide and myth too often wins out.
6/21/202241 minutes, 16 seconds
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Fish Oil to Flaxseed: Omega-3 and You

Omega-3 fatty acids and how they keep you in tip-top shape
6/17/202216 minutes, 34 seconds
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The History and Drama of the U.S. Supreme Court

Exploring the history of one of the most powerful legal institutions in the world
6/17/202227 minutes, 29 seconds
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The History and Drama of the U.S. Supreme Court

Exploring the history of one of the most powerful legal institutions in the world
6/17/202227 minutes, 29 seconds
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Fish Oil to Flaxseed: Omega-3 and You

Omega-3 fatty acids and how they keep you in tip-top shape
6/17/202216 minutes, 34 seconds
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The war the world has forgotten

To most, Syria would symbolise a country riddled with complete civil unrest, and for more than a decade, that may be true. But for others, it is a country shrouded in history and culture. History and culture that is slowly and horrifically being destroyed.
6/10/202225 minutes, 55 seconds
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Breathing patterns for stress relief and better health

How better breathing patterns can improve posture, attenuate pain, enhance performance and relieve stress
6/10/202214 minutes, 28 seconds
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What's the deal with defamation law?

Defamation is a mirky aspect of the law, and it has been very prominent in recent headlines. We break it down for you.
6/10/202249 minutes, 32 seconds
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What's the deal with defamation law?

Defamation is a mirky aspect of the law, and it has been very prominent in recent headlines. We break it down for you.
6/10/202249 minutes, 32 seconds
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Breathing patterns for stress relief and better health

How better breathing patterns can improve posture, attenuate pain, enhance performance and relieve stress
6/10/202214 minutes, 28 seconds
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The war the world has forgotten

To most, Syria would symbolise a country riddled with complete civil unrest, and for more than a decade, that may be true. But for others, it is a country shrouded in history and culture. History and culture that is slowly and horrifically being destroyed.
6/10/202225 minutes, 55 seconds
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Remembering the Watergate scandal, 50 years on

Richard Nixon remains the first and only US President to have resigned from the top job - but he is also referred to one of the most important leaders the country has ever had.
6/9/202253 minutes, 30 seconds
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Remembering the Watergate scandal, 50 years on

Richard Nixon remains the first and only US President to have resigned from the top job - but he is also referred to one of the most important leaders the country has ever had.
6/9/202253 minutes, 30 seconds
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Profiling the Queen of Rockabilly Wanda Jackson

"Elvis Costello was one of the main champions petitioning the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 'I don't want to be in (there ) unless Wanda Jackson's in there.'"
6/6/202226 minutes, 44 seconds
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Profiling the Queen of Rockabilly Wanda Jackson

"Elvis Costello was one of the main champions petitioning the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 'I don't want to be in (there ) unless Wanda Jackson's in there.'"
6/6/202226 minutes, 44 seconds
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A history of dinosaur discovery in Australia

"One really good way to tell the difference between fossil and rock is to lick it."
6/5/202228 minutes, 49 seconds
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A history of dinosaur discovery in Australia

"One really good way to tell the difference between fossil and rock is to lick it."
6/5/202228 minutes, 49 seconds
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Celebrating Judy Garland's 100th birthday

She was most-widely known for playing the character of Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz - but, Judy Garland was also, a singer, television host, and a gay icon.
6/4/202228 minutes, 49 seconds
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Celebrating Judy Garland's 100th birthday

She was most-widely known for playing the character of Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz - but, Judy Garland was also, a singer, television host, and a gay icon.
6/4/202228 minutes, 49 seconds
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Like A Rolling Stone: The Life and Times of Ben Fong-Torres

This brilliant Netflix documentary turns the table on the person who was one of the the Rolling Stone's first star writers - and for once, he is the one answering the questions. He sat down for an interview with Rod Quinn.
6/3/202230 minutes, 57 seconds
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Lift Weights to lose weight

Can pumping iron help achieve weight loss?
6/3/202216 minutes, 51 seconds
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How can history help Australia repair relations with China?

Last year, China enforced an "indefinite suspension" on economic dialogue with Australia. The relationship haven't really improved since then.
6/3/202254 minutes, 12 seconds
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How can history help Australia repair relations with China?

Last year, China enforced an "indefinite suspension" on economic dialogue with Australia. The relationship haven't really improved since then.
6/3/202254 minutes, 12 seconds
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Lift Weights to lose weight

Can pumping iron help achieve weight loss?
6/3/202216 minutes, 51 seconds
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Like A Rolling Stone: The Life and Times of Ben Fong-Torres

This brilliant Netflix documentary turns the table on the person who was one of the the Rolling Stone's first star writers - and for once, he is the one answering the questions. He sat down for an interview with Rod Quinn.
6/3/202230 minutes, 57 seconds
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Queen Elizabeth II: 70 years on the throne

As the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth, and countries across the world are celebrationing Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, have a look back at her life and reign.
6/2/202254 minutes, 5 seconds
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Queen Elizabeth II: 70 years on the throne

As the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth, and countries across the world are celebrationing Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, have a look back at her life and reign.
6/2/202254 minutes, 5 seconds
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Has the rate of human evolution slowed down in recent times?

Anatomically modern humans appeared in Africa approximately 300,000 years ago. But has much changed since then?
5/27/202250 minutes, 4 seconds
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Compression Garments - Look Good, Feel Good ... Are Good?

What are some of the claims made about the benefits of compression garments? And are they true?
5/27/202214 minutes, 19 seconds
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Compression Garments - Look Good, Feel Good ... Are Good?

What are some of the claims made about the benefits of compression garments? And are they true?
5/27/202214 minutes, 19 seconds
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Has the rate of human evolution slowed down in recent times?

Anatomically modern humans appeared in Africa approximately 300,000 years ago. But has much changed since then?
5/27/202250 minutes, 4 seconds
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What does the future hold for the Liberal Party?

After this year's election result, many believe the party has not only lost the support of swinging voters, but it's base too.
5/26/202253 minutes, 16 seconds
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What does the future hold for the Liberal Party?

After this year's election result, many believe the party has not only lost the support of swinging voters, but it's base too.
5/26/202253 minutes, 16 seconds
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The life of country music legend Patsy Cline

“Patsy was the first solo female to cross over from country music to pop. She was being groomed to be a big pop star.”
5/23/202230 minutes, 17 seconds
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The life of country music legend Patsy Cline

“Patsy was the first solo female to cross over from country music to pop. She was being groomed to be a big pop star.”
5/23/202230 minutes, 17 seconds
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The history of the Macquarie dictionary

"Publishers were generally from Britain at the time. They tended to turn up their noses and and go for the strategy of just grabbing an already exiting dictionary and shoving a few Australian words in, calling it Australian, and selling it to school kids."
5/22/202236 minutes, 46 seconds
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The history of the Macquarie dictionary

"Publishers were generally from Britain at the time. They tended to turn up their noses and and go for the strategy of just grabbing an already exiting dictionary and shoving a few Australian words in, calling it Australian, and selling it to school kids."
5/22/202236 minutes, 46 seconds
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The most talented individual ever to have lived

Leonardo da Vinci was more than just an artist. But how much do we actually know about the man that died half a millennia ago?
5/20/202250 minutes, 9 seconds
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Simple Lifestyle Changes for Better Health

Finnish study finds reducing sedentary time can reduce risk for lifestyle diseases in only 3 months.
5/20/202216 minutes, 4 seconds
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Simple Lifestyle Changes for Better Health

Finnish study finds reducing sedentary time can reduce risk for lifestyle diseases in only 3 months.
5/20/202216 minutes, 4 seconds
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The most talented individual ever to have lived

Leonardo da Vinci was more than just an artist. But how much do we actually know about the man that died half a millennia ago?
5/20/202250 minutes, 9 seconds
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How have Australia's federal elections changed over the years?

In previous elections, about seven in ten voters voted the same ways as they had voted throughout their lives. Now, that figure has declined to just four in ten.
5/19/202249 minutes, 28 seconds
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How have Australia's federal elections changed over the years?

In previous elections, about seven in ten voters voted the same ways as they had voted throughout their lives. Now, that figure has declined to just four in ten.
5/19/202249 minutes, 28 seconds
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Fitness for health and longevity

What does it mean to be physically fit? How can fitness help us live a better quality of life?
5/13/202217 minutes, 10 seconds
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Fitness for health and longevity

What does it mean to be physically fit? How can fitness help us live a better quality of life?
5/13/202217 minutes, 10 seconds
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Pick up the pace to slow the ageing clock

Large UK study identifies link between walking pace and a genetic marker of ageing.
5/6/202215 minutes, 6 seconds
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How has the way in which we watch television changed over the years, and what does the future hold?

Gone are the days of sitting in front of the TV and having the option of only the ABC, SBS and three commercial channels. Now, we practically have the world at our fingertips.
5/6/202249 minutes, 10 seconds
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How has Ukraine changed since the weeks leading up to the war?

Sarah Greenhalgh is Seven News' Europe Correspondent, and she was in Ukraine weeks prior to Russia's invasion. She explains how the country has changed since then.
5/6/202216 minutes, 22 seconds
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How has the way in which we watch television changed over the years, and what does the future hold?

Gone are the days of sitting in front of the TV and having the option of only the ABC, SBS and three commercial channels. Now, we practically have the world at our fingertips.
5/6/202249 minutes, 10 seconds
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Pick up the pace to slow the ageing clock

Large UK study identifies link between walking pace and a genetic marker of ageing.
5/6/202215 minutes, 6 seconds
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How has Ukraine changed since the weeks leading up to the war?

Sarah Greenhalgh is Seven News' Europe Correspondent, and she was in Ukraine weeks prior to Russia's invasion. She explains how the country has changed since then.
5/6/202216 minutes, 22 seconds
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What is the role of a coroner?

A report recently released claims that the NSW Coroner's Court does not have adequate resources to keep up with its workload and that it should be restructured.
5/5/202249 minutes, 20 seconds
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What is the role of a coroner?

A report recently released claims that the NSW Coroner's Court does not have adequate resources to keep up with its workload and that it should be restructured.
5/5/202249 minutes, 20 seconds
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What will the USA's $33 billion package do to help Ukraine?

President Joe Biden has asked Congress for $33 billion to fund aid to Ukraine through September of this year. But what exactly will Ukraine to with these funds?
4/29/202217 minutes, 27 seconds
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The world's most evil man, almost 80 years after his death

How did Nazi leader Adolf Hitler gain so much power and influence?
4/29/202250 minutes, 57 seconds
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Boost Your Immunity Through Exercise

Can exercise help by boosting immunity?
4/29/202215 minutes, 30 seconds
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What will the USA's $33 billion package do to help Ukraine?

President Joe Biden has asked Congress for $33 billion to fund aid to Ukraine through September of this year. But what exactly will Ukraine to with these funds?
4/29/202217 minutes, 27 seconds
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Boost Your Immunity Through Exercise

Can exercise help by boosting immunity?
4/29/202215 minutes, 30 seconds
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The world's most evil man, almost 80 years after his death

How did Nazi leader Adolf Hitler gain so much power and influence?
4/29/202250 minutes, 57 seconds
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Remembering the Falklands War, 40 years on

Sir Max Hastings was the first journalist on the ground when the war began in 1982. He recalls what he witnessed.
4/28/202242 minutes, 54 seconds
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Remembering the Falklands War, 40 years on

Sir Max Hastings was the first journalist on the ground when the war began in 1982. He recalls what he witnessed.
4/28/202242 minutes, 54 seconds
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What is vibration training?

Is vibration training suitable for older adults?
4/23/202216 minutes, 30 seconds
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What is vibration training?

Is vibration training suitable for older adults?
4/23/202216 minutes, 30 seconds
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Keeping Healthy with Cranberries

How can cranberries keep your heart in tip-top shape?
4/15/202215 minutes, 34 seconds
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Keeping Healthy with Cranberries

How can cranberries keep your heart in tip-top shape?
4/15/202215 minutes, 34 seconds
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Coffee and Heart Health

Is drinking coffee linked with living longer?
4/8/202214 minutes, 58 seconds
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Could a cure for Alzheimer's disease be on the horizon?

Despite billions of dollars of research investment, it’s a condition that remains incurable. Some medical experts, however, believe that could be about to change.
4/8/202249 minutes, 13 seconds
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Could a cure for Alzheimer's disease be on the horizon?

Despite billions of dollars of research investment, it’s a condition that remains incurable. Some medical experts, however, believe that could be about to change.
4/8/202249 minutes, 13 seconds
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Coffee and Heart Health

Is drinking coffee linked with living longer?
4/8/202214 minutes, 58 seconds
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Life as a foreign correspondent

Dubbed as the first "Mum" foreign correspondent for the Nine Network, Amelia Adams speaks about her career highlights, and lowlights.
4/7/202243 minutes, 46 seconds
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Life as a foreign correspondent

Dubbed as the first "Mum" foreign correspondent for the Nine Network, Amelia Adams speaks about her career highlights, and lowlights.
4/7/202243 minutes, 46 seconds
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Better than Buddy? Was Peter Hudson Australian football's greatest full forward

"If he didn't do his knee... he would have kicked somewhere around 1800 goals.
4/4/202234 minutes, 38 seconds
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Better than Buddy? Was Peter Hudson Australian football's greatest full forward

"If he didn't do his knee... he would have kicked somewhere around 1800 goals.
4/4/202234 minutes, 38 seconds
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The evolution of aviation safety

Since its invention, plane design and technology have evolved immensely. So, why are tragedies such as that of the China Eastern Flight 5735 still able to happen?
4/1/202246 minutes, 49 seconds
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Exercise Key to Healthy Ageing

What happens to our muscles as we age and why?
4/1/202214 minutes, 3 seconds
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Exercise Key to Healthy Ageing

What happens to our muscles as we age and why?
4/1/202214 minutes, 3 seconds
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The evolution of aviation safety

Since its invention, plane design and technology have evolved immensely. So, why are tragedies such as that of the China Eastern Flight 5735 still able to happen?
4/1/202246 minutes, 49 seconds
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What would a world without the United Nations look like?

On the 24th October 1945 it came into existence following the ratification of the UN Charter. More than 2/3 of a century later, what impact has it made on the world?
3/31/202248 minutes, 23 seconds
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What would a world without the United Nations look like?

On the 24th October 1945 it came into existence following the ratification of the UN Charter. More than 2/3 of a century later, what impact has it made on the world?
3/31/202248 minutes, 23 seconds
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The amazing life of musician Keith Urban

Dolly Parton once joked, "I just make out with my husband and pretend it's Keith Urban."
3/28/202237 minutes, 1 second
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The amazing life of musician Keith Urban

Dolly Parton once joked, "I just make out with my husband and pretend it's Keith Urban."
3/28/202237 minutes, 1 second
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Taking Your Training to the Next Level

What are some ways to up the ante and start taking your training to the next level?
3/25/202214 minutes, 45 seconds
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Ukraine crisis, 30 days on.

One month into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, what exactly has happened, and what impact has it had?
3/25/202216 minutes, 35 seconds
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Are you doing enough to ensure your heart is healthy?

Following the high profile deaths of Shane Warne and Kimberly Kitching, heart health has become a prominent conversation among Australians.
3/25/202249 minutes, 54 seconds
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Ukraine crisis, 30 days on.

One month into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, what exactly has happened, and what impact has it had?
3/25/202216 minutes, 35 seconds
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Taking Your Training to the Next Level

What are some ways to up the ante and start taking your training to the next level?
3/25/202214 minutes, 45 seconds
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Are you doing enough to ensure your heart is healthy?

Following the high profile deaths of Shane Warne and Kimberly Kitching, heart health has become a prominent conversation among Australians.
3/25/202249 minutes, 54 seconds
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The History of War

There is a high-profile war currently occurring in Europe - but, how has war evolved over time to get to this point?
3/24/202249 minutes, 56 seconds
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The History of War

There is a high-profile war currently occurring in Europe - but, how has war evolved over time to get to this point?
3/24/202249 minutes, 56 seconds
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Close the curtains for better sleep to protect your health

What has the latest research found about light exposure, sleep and metabolic disease?
3/19/202217 minutes, 23 seconds
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Close the curtains for better sleep to protect your health

What has the latest research found about light exposure, sleep and metabolic disease?
3/19/202217 minutes, 23 seconds
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On the ground in Ukraine

Air raid sirens and explosions: we get the latest on what's happening in the war torn European country.
3/19/202216 minutes, 59 seconds
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On the ground in Ukraine

Air raid sirens and explosions: we get the latest on what's happening in the war torn European country.
3/19/202216 minutes, 59 seconds
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Close the curtains for better sleep to protect your health

What has the latest research found about light exposure, sleep and metabolic disease?
3/19/202217 minutes, 23 seconds
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Close the curtains for better sleep to protect your health

What has the latest research found about light exposure, sleep and metabolic disease?
3/19/202217 minutes, 23 seconds
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How Indigenous elders read the stars

Indigenous astronomers knew about the movements of the sun, eclipses, solstices, and the seasons, in enormous detail through daily observations.
3/17/202241 minutes, 38 seconds
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How Indigenous elders read the stars

Indigenous astronomers knew about the movements of the sun, eclipses, solstices, and the seasons, in enormous detail through daily observations.
3/17/202241 minutes, 38 seconds
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Effective Training with Light Weight

If you only have access to a single pair of light dumbbells, can you still have an effective workout?
3/11/202215 minutes
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What exactly are sanctions?

The word "sanctions" has been very prominent in the news lately, following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. But what are they, and what do they achieve?
3/11/202248 minutes, 41 seconds
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Effective Training with Light Weight

If you only have access to a single pair of light dumbbells, can you still have an effective workout?
3/11/202215 minutes
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What exactly are sanctions?

The word "sanctions" has been very prominent in the news lately, following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. But what are they, and what do they achieve?
3/11/202248 minutes, 41 seconds
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Connectivity in the age of COVID-19

Two years into the pandemic, has the way in which we connect with others changed forever?
3/10/202247 minutes, 18 seconds
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COVID-19 pandemic: two years on

This week marked two years since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 pandemic.
3/10/202220 minutes, 20 seconds
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Connectivity in the age of COVID-19

Two years into the pandemic, has the way in which we connect with others changed forever?
3/10/202247 minutes, 18 seconds
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COVID-19 pandemic: two years on

This week marked two years since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 pandemic.
3/10/202220 minutes, 20 seconds
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"Every city in Ukraine needs to be prepared."

9News journalist, Amelia Adams, recounts what she's seen on the frontline in Ukraine.
3/5/202218 minutes, 45 seconds
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"Every city in Ukraine needs to be prepared."

9News journalist, Amelia Adams, recounts what she's seen on the frontline in Ukraine.
3/5/202218 minutes, 45 seconds
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What makes a good podcast?

In 2005, it was initially introduced by Steve Jobs as a “TiVo for radio”. But, today, you can find a podcast covering almost any and every topic there is.
3/4/202246 minutes, 57 seconds
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What makes a good podcast?

In 2005, it was initially introduced by Steve Jobs as a “TiVo for radio”. But, today, you can find a podcast covering almost any and every topic there is.
3/4/202246 minutes, 57 seconds
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Keep Your Bones Happy With Prunes

US study finds eating prunes may help protect against bone loss in older women
2/25/202214 minutes, 29 seconds
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'A Chorus Line' finally takes to stage at the Sydney Opera House

Amy Campbell has the role of both director and choreographer, and she is beyond excited to finally have an audience watch the show.
2/25/202228 minutes, 44 seconds
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NSW sees lowest road toll in almost 100 years

Now, we know that COVID19 had a huge effect on these numbers, but some experts believe we can achieve realistically achieve a zero-death toll in Australia.
2/25/202248 minutes, 22 seconds
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NSW sees lowest road toll in almost 100 years

Now, we know that COVID19 had a huge effect on these numbers, but some experts believe we can achieve realistically achieve a zero-death toll in Australia.
2/25/202248 minutes, 22 seconds
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'A Chorus Line' finally takes to stage at the Sydney Opera House

Amy Campbell has the role of both director and choreographer, and she is beyond excited to finally have an audience watch the show.
2/25/202228 minutes, 44 seconds
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Keep Your Bones Happy With Prunes

US study finds eating prunes may help protect against bone loss in older women
2/25/202214 minutes, 29 seconds
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How do cult leaders gain such a strong influence on their followers?

Jim Jones. Charles Manson. Shoko Asahara. These are three names that have been etched into the history books, for all the wrong reasons.
2/24/202244 minutes, 7 seconds
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How do cult leaders gain such a strong influence on their followers?

Jim Jones. Charles Manson. Shoko Asahara. These are three names that have been etched into the history books, for all the wrong reasons.
2/24/202244 minutes, 7 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts EP31

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know.
2/20/20221 minute, 55 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts EP31

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know.
2/20/20221 minute, 55 seconds
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What is Foreign Accent Syndrome?

It is one of the rarest syndromes, but it was recently brought to our attention. We take a deeper look at the medical condition.
2/19/202225 minutes, 54 seconds
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What is Foreign Accent Syndrome?

It is one of the rarest syndromes, but it was recently brought to our attention. We take a deeper look at the medical condition.
2/19/202225 minutes, 54 seconds
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Can quick workouts deliver health benefits?

If you think you’re just too busy to exercise, it’s time to find another excuse!
2/18/202215 minutes, 28 seconds
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The history of flags

Did you watch the Winter Olympics opening ceremony earlier this month? How many of the flags did you recognise or identify?
2/18/202248 minutes, 22 seconds
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Is this the original 'Mean Girls'?

Tiegan Denina is currently starring in the lead role of Veronica in the Sydney production of Heathers - The Musical.
2/18/202227 minutes, 34 seconds
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The history of flags

Did you watch the Winter Olympics opening ceremony earlier this month? How many of the flags did you recognise or identify?
2/18/202248 minutes, 22 seconds
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Is this the original 'Mean Girls'?

Tiegan Denina is currently starring in the lead role of Veronica in the Sydney production of Heathers - The Musical.
2/18/202227 minutes, 34 seconds
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Can quick workouts deliver health benefits?

If you think you’re just too busy to exercise, it’s time to find another excuse!
2/18/202215 minutes, 28 seconds
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What significance does the role of pope hold for Catholics today?

Nine years since the resignation of Benedict XVI, how has the papacy evolved in recent years?
2/17/202248 minutes, 35 seconds
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What significance does the role of pope hold for Catholics today?

Nine years since the resignation of Benedict XVI, how has the papacy evolved in recent years?
2/17/202248 minutes, 35 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts EP30

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know.
2/13/20221 minute, 52 seconds
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Vic's Freaky Facts EP30

Celebrating the trivial, the meaningless and the irrelevant untold stories that you probably didn’t need to know.
2/13/20221 minute, 52 seconds
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What is the role of an Ambassador?

One of Australia's former Ambassadors, Louise Hand, shares her story and lists the characteristics of a good candidate.
2/11/202249 minutes, 47 seconds
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Feeling a bit off? Go for a run!

How exercise can boost your brain function
2/11/202212 minutes, 4 seconds
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Feeling a bit off? Go for a run!

How exercise can boost your brain function
2/11/202212 minutes, 4 seconds
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What is the role of an Ambassador?

One of Australia's former Ambassadors, Louise Hand, shares her story and lists the characteristics of a good candidate.
2/11/202249 minutes, 47 seconds
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Should cancel culture be cancelled?

"Everyone's entitled to their opinion, but...no one is entitled to their own facts."
2/10/202249 minutes, 21 seconds
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Should cancel culture be cancelled?

"Everyone's entitled to their opinion, but...no one is entitled to their own facts."
2/10/202249 minutes, 21 seconds
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What was it like being Australia’s first ever Indigenous police officer?

The world of 1965 was a very different one to the one of 2022. Colin Dillon shares his life story.
2/5/202238 minutes, 17 seconds
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Female artists are being celebrated at the National Gallery of Australia

The ‘Know My Name’ exhibition is set to recognise and highlight the work of women across diverse creative practices.
2/5/202226 minutes, 45 seconds
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What was it like being Australia’s first ever Indigenous police officer?

The world of 1965 was a very different one to the one of 2022. Colin Dillon shares his life story.
2/5/202238 minutes, 17 seconds
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Female artists are being celebrated at the National Gallery of Australia

The ‘Know My Name’ exhibition is set to recognise and highlight the work of women across diverse creative practices.
2/5/202226 minutes, 45 seconds
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Pickle juice: is it worth the hype?

Eagle-eyed tennis fans would have noticed plenty of pickle juice at the 2022 Australian Open Men’s Final – but what exactly is its purpose?
2/4/202216 minutes, 34 seconds
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Why are cockroaches so hard to kill?

It's widely believed that cockroaches will be one of the last things to survive a nuclear war. Is this true?
2/4/202250 minutes, 38 seconds
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What makes ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ so popular?

It’s a production that has been revived a countless number of times. What’s the secret to its survival, and keeps audiences coming back?
2/4/202226 minutes, 35 seconds
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What makes ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ so popular?

It’s a production that has been revived a countless number of times. What’s the secret to its survival, and keeps audiences coming back?
2/4/202226 minutes, 35 seconds
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Pickle juice: is it worth the hype?

Eagle-eyed tennis fans would have noticed plenty of pickle juice at the 2022 Australian Open Men’s Final – but what exactly is its purpose?
2/4/202216 minutes, 34 seconds
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Why are cockroaches so hard to kill?

It's widely believed that cockroaches will be one of the last things to survive a nuclear war. Is this true?
2/4/202250 minutes, 38 seconds
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How has brain surgery evolved over time?

It is often described as one of the hardest things to do in the world, but how difficult is it?
2/3/202249 minutes, 15 seconds
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The dangerous world of defectors

Defection was a dangerous thing to do, especially in the dark days of the cold war.
2/3/202215 minutes, 34 seconds
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How has brain surgery evolved over time?

It is often described as one of the hardest things to do in the world, but how difficult is it?
2/3/202249 minutes, 15 seconds
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The dangerous world of defectors

Defection was a dangerous thing to do, especially in the dark days of the cold war.
2/3/202215 minutes, 34 seconds
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What makes a good audiobook narrator?

Stig Wemyss talks to us about his career as one of Australia's most recognised voices.
1/29/202220 minutes
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What makes a good audiobook narrator?

Stig Wemyss talks to us about his career as one of Australia's most recognised voices.
1/29/202220 minutes
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The 50 things to do in Paris

With the prospect of going overseas once again on the minds of Australians, this is essential listening.
1/28/202215 minutes, 23 seconds
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What inspiration do you need to get back into exercising for 2022?

Here are tips and tricks to make sure those New Year's resolutions are maintained past January.
1/28/202213 minutes, 12 seconds
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Students complete their time at NIDA

For the past three years, Rod Quinn has been following the journeys of three students attending the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA). He checks in on their progress for the final time.
1/28/202234 minutes, 30 seconds
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The 50 things to do in Paris

With the prospect of going overseas once again on the minds of Australians, this is essential listening.
1/28/202215 minutes, 23 seconds
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Students complete their time at NIDA

For the past three years, Rod Quinn has been following the journeys of three students attending the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA). He checks in on their progress for the final time.
1/28/202234 minutes, 30 seconds
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What inspiration do you need to get back into exercising for 2022?

Here are tips and tricks to make sure those New Year's resolutions are maintained past January.
1/28/202213 minutes, 12 seconds
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What has caused recent tensions between Ukraine and Russia?

We look back at the history of the relationship between the two nations.
1/27/202248 minutes, 41 seconds
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Vanessa Dennis reviews Sally Rooney's 'Beautiful World, Where Are You'.

The most recent book to be read by Vanessa is 'Beautiful World, Where Are You', Sally Rooney's latest and much publicised book. Vanessa Dennis joins Rod Quinn for another page turning book review.
1/27/202215 minutes, 1 second
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What has caused recent tensions between Ukraine and Russia?

We look back at the history of the relationship between the two nations.
1/27/202248 minutes, 41 seconds
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Vanessa Dennis reviews Sally Rooney's 'Beautiful World, Where Are You'.

The most recent book to be read by Vanessa is 'Beautiful World, Where Are You', Sally Rooney's latest and much publicised book. Vanessa Dennis joins Rod Quinn for another page turning book review.
1/27/202215 minutes, 1 second
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Lise Lindstrom explains how her career as a soprano began

Lindstrom's performances have been described as "truly world class", and she currently appearing in Turandot at the Sydney Opera House.
1/22/202230 minutes, 36 seconds
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Lise Lindstrom explains how her career as a soprano began

Lindstrom's performances have been described as "truly world class", and she currently appearing in Turandot at the Sydney Opera House.
1/22/202230 minutes, 36 seconds
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How to avoid making excuses for exercising

Have you given up on a fitness routine you started leading into the new year?
1/21/202217 minutes, 57 seconds
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How have biopics based on Princess Diana evolved over time?

From The Crown to Spencer, we look at the history of performances based on the life of Diana, Princess of Wales.
1/21/202226 minutes, 25 seconds
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Are Boris Johnson's days as British Prime Minister numbered?

Support in the PM has plummeted since revelations came to light about a party held at his residence, 10 Downing St.
1/21/202253 minutes, 19 seconds
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How have biopics based on Princess Diana evolved over time?

From The Crown to Spencer, we look at the history of performances based on the life of Diana, Princess of Wales.