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Diary of an Anzac
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Stories from World War One, as told by the men and women who were there. Series written and produced by Tony Peterson for Macquarie Media. Coverart Image: By JERRYE & ROY KLOTZ MD - CC BY-SA 3.0
 
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Anzac Podcast
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A podcast about Victoria Police members who fought as Anzacs.
 
Anything and everything is fair game for discussion here. Let’s get our thoughts out there.
 
A Narrative of Personal Experiences of the Officer Commanding the 4th Field Ambulance, Australian Imperial Force . From his leaving Australia December 1914 till his evacuation due to illness after 5 months at Gallipoli. Read to remember those who were there. (Introduction by Annise)
 
The Anzac involvement in the Gallipoli Campaign has had a lasting cultural impact in Australia. Why is it considered such sacred ground? These podcasts will draw together different perspectives on Gallipoli, the ANZACs and the Great War.
 
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Talks and Lectures
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Talks and lectures are held at the Shrine of Remembrance and selected offsite venues. Speakers include academics, historians, authors, veterans and other experts who present on a range of topics relating to Australian military history. As well as being available online and as a podcast, all talks and lectures are open to the general public. Details of upcoming speakers can be found on the Shrine website.
 
Backyard Battlefields is a military history program which explores historical sites throughout Australia and beyond. Backyard Battlefields gives Australia’s military history a context by explaining its significance within the grander narrative of world events. Presented by James De Leo.
 
World War I was one of the most savage and brutal wars in human history. There were millions of deaths and the tragedy was compounded by the fact that these were all young men in the flower of youth. Both sides suffered heavy losses and this war is also notable for being one in which many new and terrible weapons were introduced by both to slaughter each other. Gallipoli Diary by John Graham Gillam is one of the many personal narratives written by survivors of this bloody conflict. Published ...
 
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My Father's Wars
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Elaine Acworth is a playwright and dramatist, this series of dramatic works is based on her personal journey of discovering and reconciling the image of Bill Acworth – her father, and soldier of the two world wars. My Father's Wars was funded by the Queensland Anzac Centenary Grants program. This podcast was launched as part of the Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation project.
 
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On this most exciting of weeks for Daily Fantasy Sport in Australia the Pod maintains their cool to tackle Friday night at the SCG and a tricky four-game Saturday slate. Who is Roody's 'massive trap' and just what the hell is Hedge thinking with that Saturday side? All that and more in the Pod for a big ANZAC Round of fantasy footy!…
 
Portia and Rick discuss Port playing Geelong in some form
 
Livewire recruit Charlie Cameron (@24.21) makes his first appearance on the Roar Deal podcast with Dom Fay and Michael Whiting this week. Cameron chats about his move up north and how he's found the first month of football. Senior Graphic designer at the Lions, Jacob Brewer, also stops by (@52.24) to chat about his design for the Lions' ANZAC g ...…
 
In 2015, I travelled from Athens to Gallipoli to take part in the ANZAC Centenary celebrations and to honour a family member who died during the campaign. Needless to say, it was an unforgettable experoence.
 
In March and April 1918, German forces threw themselves against the Allies in one of the largest offensives of the First World War. Australian troops were rushed into the line to help stem the tide, and at the Somme village of Dernancourt they faced the largest enemy attack they would encounter in the war. Join Mat as he speaks to Aaron Pegram ...…
 
What do we take from a loss? When everything is taken from you? How do you move on? Elaine Acworth is a playwright and dramatist, she developed My Father's Wars as an episodic dramatic work based on her personal journey of discovering and reconciling the image of Bill Acworth – her father, and soldier of the two world wars. My Father's Wars was ...…
 
The 11th of November this year marks the centenary of the end of World War I and ANZAC Cottage is holding an Open Day to ensure the memory of our soldiers lives on. The 102 year old memorial was built in one day by the Mount Hawthorn community for a returned soldier. It will open it's doors to the public on April 1st for "The World War I Soldie ...…
 
Once again back by popular demand we welcome author,playwright; Mary D Brooks to Chatting With Sherri! We are going to chat about her newest play for Sherri's Playhouse; ZOE’S PROMISE; A WEEK IN THE LIFE OF EVA AND ZOE. It's a continuation of the very successful play; A Widgie Knight! We will also chat with her about Mabel of the Anzacs, Zoe's ...…
 
Learn Australian English in this interview episode of the Aussie English Podcast where I interview my father Ian Smissen on celebrating Australia Day & changing the date. Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS Download the PDF + MP3 AE 398 – Interview: On Celebrating Australia Day & Changing The Date with Ian Smissen G’day, guys! Welc ...…
 
35 days after July 1st, I ANZAC Corps finally secures Pozieres Ridge.
 
In his new book, Jewish Anzacs: Jews in the Australian Military (New South Press, 2017), author, journalist and historian Mark Dapin explores the little-known story of the thousands of Jews that have fought in Australia’s military conflicts. Through…
 
In his new book, Jewish Anzacs: Jews in the Australian Military (New South Press, 2017), author, journalist and historian Mark Dapin explores the little-known story of the thousands of Jews that have fought in Australia’s military conflicts. Through…
 
Our Man In Paris, journalist Vincent de Monicault reports from northern France where Australia's WWI troops are regarded as war heroes by the locals and where at Villers-Bretonneux next ANZAC Day they will open a memorial to our WWI military leader, General Sir John Monash. He masterminded the Allied attack at the Battle of Amiens on 8 August 1 ...…
 
In this episode we’re going to learn about the distinctive African foodways. These are food ecosystems that predated extensive outside contact. They encompass traditions such as rich stews and “fufu” which is a starch-based porridge. We’ll talk about regional African eating rituals, and important indigenous foodstuffs. Then we’re going to trave ...…
 
With today’s podcast, we’re back in somewhat familiar territory – America! We’re going to contrast the culinary fashions of colonial Virginia which were modeled on the English gentry, with the mercantile, Puritan ethic of New England; We’ll go on to investigate the varied foodways of the Dutch settlers, the Germans, the Quakers, and even the Qu ...…
 
The Industrial Revolution brought far-reaching changes in food production and culture. In this episode, we’ll travel to the British Isles and observe how the advent of industrially organized farming, urban labor, and mass production led to the artificial modification of food and a decline in the quality of diet. We’ll also look at one of the mo ...…
 
In the 19th century, food-conscious social movements reacted against the many ills of industrial society. In today’s podcast. we’re going to delve into new dietary ideologies that stressed purity and were backed by both quasi-scientific and religious thought. We’ll follow the rise of vegetarian societies, entertain Utopian social experiments, a ...…
 
In today’s podcast we’re going to learn about the West’s first true restaurants in 18th-century Paris. We’re going to discuss the innovation of the formalized structure of meals served in multiple courses. Then we’re going to follow the exploits of four of the first celebrity chefs and the development of “gastronomy”—the science and art of eati ...…
 
In today’s episode we’re going into the underbelly of food production. We’ll investigate the process by which late 19th-century food production became a vast industry. And we’ll see how technological developments such as freezing, canning, and pasteurization gave large companies increasing amounts of control over food production. Images for thi ...…
 
All Imaginable Excuses: Australian Deserters and the Fall of Singapore. The fall of Singapore in February 1942 is a defining moment in both British and Australian history. Popular nationalist accounts in Australia emphasize Churchill’s ‘betrayal’. Australians increasingly see Singapore’s surrender as marking-in the words of Prime Minister John ...…
 
Life on the Line tracks down Australian war veterans and records their stories. Today's conversation is with Iraq and Afghanistan veteran Garth Callender. Garth was the first serious Australian casualty of Iraq when his vehicle was hit by an IED – but that didn’t stop him from going back to the Middle East in uniform, twice. He’s now involved w ...…
 
And a happy Wattle Day to you, our beloved SubjectACT listeners! But what exactly is Wattle Day anyway, where did it come from and why, unlike Australia Day and ANZAC Day, has this long-standing Australian national day seen a bit of a decline over the years? To discuss this and more, SubjectACT's Nathan Gubler spoke with Terry Fewtrell, Preside ...…
 
Welcome to our fourth podcast for Thanks for your Service. Thanksforyourservice is a news and information resource and its focus is on historical topics relating to the Australian Defence Force. You can find us on Facebook and Twitter Just search for Thanksforyourservice. Our website is www.thanksforyourservice.net . You can also email us at in ...…
 
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For actor Anna McGahan, Christianity flipped the logic of life and of the entertainment industry. --- "It’s weird because I was the kid that put on plays – and I was aggressive, I would make everyone do a play if we were hanging out with family, friends … However, I was much more interested in science, and I was interested in dance, and I wante ...…
 
On our agenda: - Our ANZAC episode, the original episode 130 has gone missing! Hopefully we will be able to relocate it soon, and in the meantime, episode 131 is ready to take its place! - Wilfy has a brand new award to talk about! What is it? You'll have to listen to find out. Hint: he's already won it 8 times before! - Blood and Water is pack ...…
 
Episode 5 now with bonus minutes. The first episode being over an hour. Show notes : Podcast on iTunes Starcraft Remastered Favourite Unit Poll INoVation Tech Lab Block Footy Macca's McGriddles McGriddles Petition American Biscuit (scone) ANZAC Biscuit ANZAC WOLFENSTEIN (series) WOLFENSTEIN (Zero Punctuation) Time Traveller Patient Zero Self Pu ...…
 
Australian born Joy Rhoades talks to Josephine Pembroke about her debut novel which explores living in the outback in World War Two. Big skies, hard lives and Anzac biscuits. #australia #fiction #WW2
 
Keith Suter, General Manager of the Global Directions Thinktank joins Rev. Crews to discuss the 'renovations' taking place at an ANZAC memorial in Turkey.
 
It’s the Final Podcast! It’s been 4 years and a whole lot of fun since we started The 4 Blades podcast. Episode 150 of the podcast takes you on a journey of some of our favourite moments, episodes, recipes and guests. We are now looking forward to connecting with you in new and exciting ways. Enjoy this final episode! Click on the play button a ...…
 
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