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Best Australia Conservative podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Australia Conservative podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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The “fire hose” of all podcasts produced by The Heartland Institute, a national free-market think tank. Policy ideas and discussions that will keep Freedom Rising.
 
Chris Smith has worked in news and current affairs on radio and TV nationally and international for more than 30 years. He’s won several awards for reporting and broadcasting excellence. Currently, his show outrates all stations at this time of day, while he juggles TV appearances on Channel 7’s Sunrise, and Channel 9’s Weekend Today Show and Mornings. He’s an active host of charity events and coaches kids’ sport. His focus on-air is breaking news, but after 15 years hosting his program, he ...
 
Outspoken Daily Telegraph columnist Miranda Devine shares the mic with some of Australia's most notable people from industry leaders to the leader of the country.
 
Wild For Life is the Toronto Zoo podcast that brings you behind the scenes and unveils the "hidden zoo." Each episode brings you information on the critical conservation work that protects endangered species and works to preserve biodiversity. You will hear from nutritionists, ecologists, veterinarians, social scientists, wildlife biologists, and more that are working hard to help protect wildlife from all over the world.
 
Listen to FREE audio podcast versions of Premium Content shows from RebelNews.com: The Ezra Levant Show, The Gunn Show with Sheila Gunn Reid, and Rebel Roundup with David Menzies at https://rebelnews.fireside.fm/
 
Check out the latest Rescues from the Australia Zoo Rescue Unit. A new rescue is added once a week and there is no limit to the animals they rescue.
 
Talking Australia, from award-winning Australian Geographic, shares the stories of Australia's most inspiring explorers, conservationists and adventurers. Listen as they take you on a journey around this magnificent country and beyond, whether battling the elements to achieve their lifelong dreams or working hard to preserve our unique and fragile natural world. Each week the podcast features intimate conversations with extraordinary Australians.
 
The Science Show gives Australians unique insights into the latest scientific research and debate, from the physics of cricket to prime ministerial biorhythms.
 
A political podcast hosted by women from both sides of the aisle who refuse to see each other as the enemy. For anyone discouraged by our current political discourse, Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers bring a nuanced and grace-filled perspective to discussions about politics and news.
 
inspiring Physiotherapists in their clinical practice
 
The best analysis and discussion about Australian politics. Presented by Eddy Jokovich and David Lewis, we go to all the places the mainstream media doesn't want to go.
 
Tune in to Animal Diaries each week to learn about our beautiful animals in the most exciting way. Join us as we venture behind the scenes with our dedicated keepers for a closer look at everyday life at the Zoo. You`ll be right in the thick of it - tiger enrichment, croc feeding, food preparation, vet checks and stacks more!
 
The Biology Society of South Australia (BSSA) podcast brings you conversations on biology and biodiversity conservation in South Australia and beyond. Each episode features a guest researcher, delving into their area of interest with our host, Bradely Bianco. Produced by Bradely Bianco, Christopher Jolly, and Myall Tarran; promoted by Adam Toomes; introduction music by Darcy Whittaker; logistical support from the Biology Society of South Australia; special thanks are given to the BSSA Presid ...
 
Get a daily burst of global illumination from The Economist’s worldwide network of correspondents as they dig past the headlines to get to the stories beneath—and to stories that aren’t making headlines, but should be.
 
Pop Culture, Politics, and a Sprinkling of Treason
 
All Creatures covers a species a week, describing the animals natural history, physiology, behavior, mating strategies and more. We also interview conservation experts from around the globe sharing their incredible stories and how they fight for conservation of the planets most endangered animals.
 
The Brower Report is your home of news and views you can use! Listen to the radio show live Tuesdayat 6 PM ET. Come to the website for the latest news and views at www.browerreport.com and Like Brower Report on Facebook by going to www.facebook.com/browerreport Get the show for free on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/brower-report/id370827906?mt=2
 
Pop culture, politics, and a sprinkle of treason. We know stuff sucks, but let's remember what makes us happy. Listen to host Allison Kilkenny interview fascinating people and wild characters in this political-comedy podcast
 
Climate change, ferocious weather and ‘the haze’ are now part our everyday lives. How are our lifestyles connected to them, and what can we do about it? What does the economy have to do with it? Earth Matters engages with activists and experts to explore our changing relationship with the planet that we only borrow from our children.
 
Hello and welcomed to ‘Vet Chloë On The Road’… “Insights from real people making positive change for our planet”. I am Chloë, a veterinarian who has an interest in wildlife and all things environmental. And this is a show for people who would like to connect, learn and prioritise caring for our beautiful green and blue world. Come join me as I travel around Australia in my van Layla. Let’s share all things conservation and meet all the inspiring environmental heroes along the way!
 
Tim doesn't know a great deal about Aussie politics, but he wants to learn. So, he is going straight to the source, the politicians, to engage in conversation and find out who they really are. Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @polliepodcast
 
Listen to the NudiBrains podcast for information about current research, climate change, and get an insight into how fun scientists really are! Also, please check out the information about each podcast to find definitions and links to things you may want to learn more about.
 
Destination Melbourne is independent tourism organisation for Greater Melbourne, Australia. This podcast features interviews with some of the brightest minds in Melbourne's tourism industry. Initially hosted by Dylan Stewart, the podcast took a break in 2017 and has been relaunched in 2018 with new host Danielle Archer.
 
Dedicated to documenting humanity by gathering interviews & sound effects from the most remote locations around the world. The goal for the show is to take you, the listener, back to mankind's earliest form of entertainment: story telling. Therefore, every week features an interview with an adventurer in their natural habitat in order to provide an audible journey packed with adventure information & inspiration. Everyone has a story & different perspective, we aim to share the stories from t ...
 
The “Asia Chessboard” features in-depth conversations with the most prominent strategic thinkers on Asia. CSIS Senior Vice President for Asia and former senior national security council official Michael Green takes the debate beyond the headlines of the day to explore the historical context and inside decision-making process on major geopolitical developments from the Himalayas to the South China Sea. Experience the hard calls and consequential debates that drive US policy towards this criti ...
 
Presented by Dr Alexie Papanicolaou of the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment (Western Sydney University, Australia), Science in a Cup is a short interview-style podcast where a scientist explains a word or phrase related to science. Sometimes it is a jargon but more often this is a word we use everyday but scientists may have a different meaning to it.
 
Welcome to WCC, the only podcast serving dessert and cocktails along with the best in Australian wildlife science!The most entertaining science discussions often happen after dinner, usually over cake, frequently over cocktails, but always in a relaxed atmosphere. Grab some dessert, pour a tasty drink, and come join us at the table for a chat with some amazing wildlife scientists and our animal nerd buddies. Cheers & Enjoy!Producer: Kristian SummersHost/Nerd: Janne Torkkola
 
We disseminate current research in the aquatic sciences to a general audience through a semi-monthly podcast. Our goal is to frame recent high-profile research papers or career achievements in the broader context of current environmental and scientific issues and discuss how the guests arrived at these discoveries. We interview a wide variety of scientists ranging from graduate students to tenured professors from a diversity of countries and backgrounds.
 
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In Hubei province and increasingly across China, new-year celebrations are muted. Authorities are trying to contain the outbreak with an unprecedented lockdown. Homelessness is rising in the rich world, with Finland as a notable exception; we examine the merits of the country’s “housing first” policy. And how to identify someone by reading their he…
 
Listen to the full show podcast of Chris Smith filling in for Alan Jones on Monday, January 27th.By Radio 2GB
 
On Episode 191 of the Enormocast, I sit down with climber, author, and avid urban adventurer, Dakota Walz. Dakota grew up in the Midwest, Fargo and Kansas City, but longed for adventure beyond the confines of the flat lands. First finding adventure in urban climbing and train hopping and then turning to climbing, Dakota eventually … Continue readin…
 
Listen to the full show podcast of The Chris Smith Show for Saturday January 25, 2020By Radio 2GB
 
Conservator Rachel Sabino from the Art Institute of Chicago describes the methods used by some to deceive and how technology helps expose fake art objects.
 
Geoff Taylor was about to leave Exmouth Western Australia when film maker Elizabeth Parr-Cook rang and asked if he would like to film whale sharks for a television nature film. Geoff stayed in Exmouth and went on to capture exquisite footage of whale sharks on Ningaloo Reef.
 
Prior to 1991, there were no protocols for the handling and disposal of waste and hazardous material in Antarctica. Now two scientists are remediating polluted sites.
 
While some scientists try to engineer processes to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, seagrasses and mangroves do it for free.
 
Rising seas and immovable roads and buildings is putting a squeeze on beaches. Erosion is increasing and beaches are becoming narrower.
 
Actor Ben Lawson shares his pain following recent bushfires in this emotional video posted on Facebook.
 
Poland's government has been trying to nobble the courts for years. Now the European Union is intervening, and the outcome could undermine the union itself. Our obituaries editor looks back on the life of Nell Gifford, whose small, tight-knit circus brought a sense of community into the big top. And modern sensitivities reveal why gender is so tric…
 
Topics Discussed: Impeachment Update (02:02) Jeff Bezos and Mohammad Bin Salman (13:16) Coronavirus (17:13) 2020 Campaign Update (23:07) Sponsors: Blinkist Ritual ThirdLove Thank you for being a part of our community! We couldn't do what we do without you. To become a tangible supporter of the show, please visit our Patreon page, purchase a copy of…
 
When conflict-resolution efforts falter in official channels, there are unofficial ones. We ask why “Track 2”—allowing well-meaning third parties to mediate—is on the rise. The prime minister of Lesotho has pledged to resign and his wife is on the run; we examine the high drama playing out in the African country. And some surprising truths about li…
 
This week we are very fortunate to have an interview with Ian Recchio, Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles from the Los Angeles Zoo. We discuss the plight of many of the planet's amphibians, specifically the Southern Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog. This species is one of the most endangered amphibians in California and Ian is helping to lead the effort…
 
Canada’s prime minister now leads a minority government, and has lost support in the country’s west. We ask what he must do, and how, with his weakened mandate. Our correspondent travels across Ireland to discover how it swiftly switched from socially conservative to proudly progressive. And a look at the worrying numbers in our annual Democracy In…
 
The rules are set, battle lines drawn and the outcome is all but assured. We ask why the Senate trial of President Donald Trump seems so sewn up. A decade after a devastating earthquake, Haiti is still a mess—and now a constitutional crisis is compounding the misery. And why gay women are more likely to divorce than gay men. For full access to prin…
 
Topics Discussed: Impeachment Update (05:42) Compliment: Ayanna Pressley (25:41) The New York Times Democratic Primary Endorsement (33:05) Outside of Politics (01:01:39) Sponsors: Native Wantable Thank you for being a part of our community! We couldn't do what we do without you. To become a tangible supporter of the show, please visit our Patreon p…
 
This week we travel to North America and learn about one of the largest amphibians in the world, the Hellbender. Amphibians are incredible animals that have adapted and survived for hundreds of millions of years. Sadly, amphibians are one of the most endangered class of animals on the planet. It is estimated up to 41% of all amphibian species are t…
 
This interviews features an in depth look at nomadic life in the largest desert on earth. Featuring men from Arabic, Bedouin, Berber & Tuareg tribes who were born and raised in a nomadic family utilizing camels and constant movement as a way of life. From the games they would play as children while herding goats to the staple items one must have in…
 
In the 1970s Mal Leyland and his brother Mike hosted several highly successful TV series, including the iconic Ask the Leyland Brothers, which launched in 1976 and drew a weekly audience of 2.5 million people. The duo inspired a whole generation of Australians to get out and explore their vast country and showed it could even be done in a van with …
 
This weekend’s peace talks in Berlin were a good start, but the situation is still ripe for a longer, messier proxy war. More than a million people die each year on the world’s roads; solutions to the crisis are plain to see, if only governments would seize them. And how curators and conservators are bracing for climate change. For full access to p…
 
Flying foxes are giant fruit bats, and are one of the most threatened groups of bats in the world, with their numbers declining sharply due to hunting and habitat loss. They play a critical dual role in forest maintenance and regeneration as pollinators and seed dispersers, and are particularly important for pollinating durian trees. Rimba’s Projec…
 
Ep 198: Allison recs The Great Hack, Cheer, and The Outsider, and Erek (@erek_smith) recs Knives Out and the Montblanc 149, and Allison reads a Twitter question about Watchmen and The BoysIn bad news: The feud with Warren and Sanders, Trump calls his Generals "a bunch of dopes and babies," and Jared Kushner is SlendermanIn good news: Lev Parnas goe…
 
Ep 198: Allison recs The Great Hack, Cheer, and The Outsider, and Erek (@erek_smith) recs Knives Out and the Montblanc 149, and Allison reads a Twitter question about Watchmen and The Boys In bad news: The feud with Warren and Sanders, Trump calls his Generals "a bunch of dopes and babies," and Jared Kushner is Slenderman In good news: Lev Parnas g…
 
Ep 198: Allison recs The Great Hack, Cheer, and The Outsider, and Erek (@erek_smith) recs Knives Out and the Montblanc 149, and Allison reads a Twitter question about Watchmen and The Boys In bad news: The feud with Warren and Sanders, Trump calls his Generals "a bunch of dopes and babies," and Jared Kushner is Slenderman In good news: Lev Parnas g…
 
Listen to the full show podcast of The Chris Smith Show for Sunday January 19, 2020By Radio 2GB
 
Jenny Graves tells amazing stories from the world of animal genetics, including how some fish change their sex.
 
Their favourite colour is blue, they can see changes in contrast, and can even be trained.
 
The census and public health data are examples of information which generates many times the costs incurred in acquiring it.
 
Jonathan Happold is a veterinarian and epidemiologist based in Canberra. He wrote this poem, Melanoma Country on 2nd January 2020 as southeast Australia was on fire.
 
Today I interviewed Holly, a marine scientist working in research and education! She has spent a lot of time on boats and has a lot of amazing stories. Listen to this interview, leave a review, subscribe, and if you're interested in hiring Holly or working with her, check her out @hollyrburrrBy Emily Pierce
 
Badly run housing markets are linked to broader ills, from financial crises to the rise of populism. The first problem? The conviction that home ownership is an unambiguously good thing. While China clamps down on most religions, it encourages others; we meet the followers of a tenth-century sea goddess. And the decline of drinking a century after …
 
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