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Feed your mind. Be provoked. One big idea at a time. Your brain will love you for it. Grab your front row seat to the best live forums and festivals with Natasha Mitchell.
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Download This Show is your weekly guide to the world of media, culture, and technology. From social media to gadgets, streaming services to privacy issues. Each week Marc Fennell and a team of people far smarter than him (his words, not ours) take a fun deep dive into how technology is reshaping our lives.
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ABC News Daily is the podcast that helps you understand the issues affecting your world. Every episode, host Samantha Hawley walks through one story with the help of an ABC colleague or expert in under 15 minutes. When you want coverage you can trust, listen to ABC News Daily.
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Religion: it’s at the centre of world affairs, but profound questions still remain. Why are you here? What happens when you die? Does God matter? God Forbid seeks the answers.
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Hormones. Anxiety. Angst. Raising teens is tough. Parental As Anything: Teens gives you practical tips on how to navigate your teen-sized problems, from porn to partying, body issues to bullying. Rebecca Sparrow, teen educator and author talks to parents and experts to unpack the biggest challenges of parenting teens. Learn how to support your teenager while staying (mostly) sane.
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The world is on fire. There's a coup. A former president is being indicted. Inflation is through the roof, and AI is taking our jobs. What does it all mean? Each week, Matt Bevan explains the biggest story in world news while hiding in his basement from assassins and authoritarian regimes.
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Every Friday, join Ruby for News Time as she counts down the week’s most interesting news stories for kids. From amazing animals to special events, the natural world to outer space, News Time is made especially for children to help them understand the world around them.
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Every few weeks, a brand new comedy special will pop into your feed. From Felicity Ward’s award-winning show The Hedgehog Dilemma to Ivan Aristeguieta’s stand-up, The Fourth Floor, recorded at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. As well as stand-up specials from Sammy J, David Quirk and Suren Jayemanne. ***Warning: Some of these podcasts contain swearing and adult concepts, not suitable for listeners under 15 years of age***
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Listen to America’s #1 morning show, “Good Morning America,” and “GMA3: What You Need to Know” on-demand. ABC News’ Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, Michael Strahan and chief meteorologist Ginger Zee deliver a daily mix of breaking news, hard-hitting interviews, exclusive investigations, cutting-edge medical updates, and financial reporting. And now catch up on all the latest news, lifestyle and entertainment headlines with “GMA3.”
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A fast-paced fun-filled ethics podcast for kids and their parents that asks those curly questions. From banning lollies to trusting robots, and from colonising other planets to eating pets, Short & Curly covers it all.
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In the tradition of Prime Ministers past, Anthony Albanese heads off to walk the Kokoda trail and shore up relations with PNG. The Treasurer hints at hits to our economic growth forecasts ahead of the budget, and the Opposition changes its tune over the proposed new misinformation bill and aligns itself with government's demand that Elon Musk remov…
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Gender equality isn't just about equal pay, it's a health and safety issue. Women perceive safety very differently to men, and that's why they need a seat at the table when policies are being nutted out. Just a month after Australia gets its first Gender Equality Strategy, Stephanie Copus Campbell speaks about her first-hand experience on women's r…
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Revelations that WADA cleared 23 Chinese swimmers for the Tokyo Olympics despite the group testing positive to a banned substance has the sporting world reeling. How were they contaminated? Why did WADA clear them? How did it impact the Tokyo games and how might it colour the Paris Olympics? Tom Decent guides us through a complex story and explains…
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Milk from New South Wales camel dairy in high demand; grower turns to niche Italian grape varieties to survive industry glut; stone workers needed to preserve ancient walls for future generations; organic farmer growing tropical spice crop in dry climate.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Scottish author Andrew O'Hagan explains why finishing his latest novel Caledonian Road was like "landing 65 planes on the tarmac"; plus a teaser for the first in our Banned Books series, starting in America. Scottish author Andrew O'Hagan's (Faber and Faber) latest book Caledonian Road is a big one in length and Dickensian scope. It's an exploratio…
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He’s on trial for falsifying business records to cover up a sex scandal, but Donald Trump’s woes haven’t harmed him in the polls yet. Instead, it’s abortion that’s become one of his most problematic issues as the former president works to get back to the White House. Some voters are turned off by his pro-life record and so he’s been trying to massa…
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Susan Lester inadvertently entered a world of political and corporate corruption when she was made the promise of a lifetime by one of Tasmania’s most powerful businessmen. When she signed a contract with Edmund Rouse to paint 200 watercolours of birds she had no idea it would be a decision that would overwhelm her and her artistic career.…
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In his latest book, Engineers of Human Souls: Four Writers Who Changed Twentieth Century Minds, author and former arts editor of New Scientist magazine, Simon Ings has focused on four writers: French nationalist Maurice Barre; Italian poet and muse for Mussolini’s fascism, Gabriele D’Annunzio; Maxim Gorky who was very close to Stalin; and Maoist wr…
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The International Society for Humor Studies held its annual conference in Texas and one of the papers that caught the eye was, “How funny is ChatGPT?”. The answer seems to be, funnier than people, at least according Drew Gorenz, a PhD student at the University of Southern California and the man behind the data on whether artificial intelligence com…
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25 April 2024 marks the 10th anniversary of the water crisis in the US city of Flint, Michigan. The health emergency still has ramifications to this day. But what was the cause? And has justice been done? Guest: Dr Benjamin Pauli, associate professor of social science at Kettering University and author of Flint Fights Back: Environmental Justice an…
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At this week’s World Energy Congress in Rotterdam, one of the themes will be clean energy security for First Nations communities. Communities in Canada have been adversely affected over many years by fossil fuel industry projects, while remote communities in Australia deal with unreliable and often dirty power sources. They’re all feeling the effec…
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The AI revolution is coming. Your mind isn't ready for it. Cognitive Neuroscientist Joel Pearson walks us through the many ways artificial intelligence is messing — and will mess — with our psychology. From falling in love with AI to unforgettable deep fakes, we dive into an uncertain future and what you can do to prepare for it. If you'd like to h…
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The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas was inspired by the black lives matter movement and explores police brutality — so why is it being taken off library shelves in the US? Banned Books is a new series that looks at what's driving book bans worldwide. The series begins in America where books about race and racism have become a lightning rod for censorsh…
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From ancient Roman aqueducts to futuristic vertical farms, how can we blend historical wisdom and cutting-edge technology to make our cities resilient places to live? What would food writer Hetty Lui McKinnon eat if it was her last day on Earth? And a writer takes us on a tour of his beloved Queensland coastal town.…
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There's only a handful of animals on earth that go through menopause, where females get to hang up the ovaries and enjoy a change of life. So, why have we (humans, chimps and some toothed whales) established a sexual retirement of sorts? What is everyone else missing out on? Featuring: Associate Professor Kevin Langergraber, Primatologist, Arizona …
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