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The benchmark when it comes to football: Garry Lyon, Nathan Buckley, Tim Watson, Kane Cornes and David King's expertise and insight sets the agenda each morning as they bring Melbourne the biggest names in both the AFL and sporting landscape. Catch SEN Breakfast broadcast every morning on 1116 SEN: - Garry & Bucks on Monday - Garry & Tim from Tuesday-Thursday - Kane & Kingy on Friday
 
A weekly conversation about politics and current events, international affairs, history, art, books, and the natural world, to illuminate the issues faced by society and explore them in new ways – presented by Amy Mullins. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion
 
Rob and Shaan (and ocassionally Declan) bring you all the action from every week of the AFL (Australian Football League) with a focussed, but light hearted approach to the worlds best sport. Regular segments include news, predictions and more. Follow us on the interwebs! Facebook: www.facebook.com/the6points Twitter: @6pointspodcast *DISCLAIMER* Murdoch University is the provider of resources and transmission facilities for the 6 Points Podcast. We would like to thank them for their continue ...
 
Never Surrender by The Squinters is the only, and therefore best, GWS Giants fan cast. Every week, after every Giants match, The Squinters biasedly review the game, preview the next game biasedly, speculate biasedly on the giant issues of the week and impartially on anything else that biasedly occurs to them. If you want your GWS chat unauthorised, unfiltered and uninformed, The Squinters never surrender. Speculate with us or to us at neversurrenderpod@gmail.com.
 
Kiran and Nita's first date was the 2006 Melbourne-St Kilda elimination final. Since those glory days, it's been all downhill for the Dees, though we're still bickering about team selection, coaches, and trade strategy, now from Mexico City. Facebook: @Deeluded—The Melbourne Demons Fan Community. Instagram: @Deeludedpodcast.
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
Sport Today is a weekday sports news podcast for sports lovers. Released at 6:30am each weekday, it's a quick listen that'll get you across the biggest stories in sport here in Australia and around the world. In under 10 minutes, Sport Today covers topics from the boundary to the boardroom, all the bizarre sports, characters and competitions and we’ll provide you with a bit of trivia that could come in very handy at the pub. Have a listen, tell your mates and enjoy! Sport Today is a weekday ...
 
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Brought together by their unified passion for tennis and ability to not take each other too seriously, Joel Girling and Kim Mackenzie are here every Monday to give their verdict on the biggest stories from everyone’s favourite fuzzy yellow ball sport. From the sublime to the ridiculous (with the odd bit of trivia thrown in), Tennis Weekly serves an all-court mix of ATP/WTA tour catch-ups, Grand Slam round-by-round coverage and special guests in conversation, to be your definitive tennis comp ...
 
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If you're thinking about getting a dog, how do you choose the best breed for your household and circumstances? Do you want bouncy and energetic, or gentle and slow? Do you want a smart dog who can be trained to do tricks, or more of a solid companion type pooch? Kathryn talks with Dr Kat Littlewood - Massey University Lecturer in Animal Welfare at …
 
Te Riu-a-Maui - or Zealandia - is the world's eighth continent and is right underneath us. It is the world's youngest, smallest, thinnest and most submerged continent, with about 94 per cent of it lying underwater. Geologist with GNS Science, Dr Nick Mortimer, has been at the forefront of discoveries about the hidden continent. He has recently been…
 
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to talk about Prime Minister Anthony Albanese getting Covid for a second time, which has delayed some crucial talks aimed at trying to resolve the gas crisis. Meanwhile his Defence and Foreign Ministers are in Washington at their first annual AUSMIN talks - this is bilateral discussion between A…
 
The race is on in California to ensure enough infrastructure is in place to support expected wave of electric vehicles when all new vehicles sold in the state must meet zero fossil fuel requirements in 2035. At the front of the pack is Matt Petersen. He is the president of the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator which aims to help accelerate the commer…
 
Yesterday Nine to Noon looked at the impact of redundancies at AUT among academic staff - particularly on post-graduate students who are losing their supervisors. 170 academic positions are being cut by the university, but there are concerns about whether the criteria by which staff were selected to lose their jobs was fair. Legal proceedings have …
 
Airlines are bracing themselves for fuel rationing during the busy Christmas travel period after a bad batch of aviation gas entered the country. Z Energy, which is the owner of the dud shipment, told airlines last night they'd need to conserve fuel in coming weeks. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment says routine fuel testing of a …
 
Chris Wallace, from the Faculty of Business, Government, and Law at the University of Canberra, reflects on federal politics in 2022, after the last sitting of federal parliament came to a close. Chris discusses the passing of legislation on the federal anti-corruption body (NACC) and the Secure Jobs, Better Pay Bill, plus the censure of former PM …
 
Professor Brendan Crabb AC, Director and CEO of the Burnet Institute, speaks directly and in-depth about the scientific reality of COVID-19 for everyone in Australia right now. Now in our fourth wave this year and with cases in the past week estimated at between 500,000 to 1 million (5 to 10 times the reported cases), what are the consequences of t…
 
With the recent widespread coverage of the Black Ferns' road to victory at the Rugby World Cup, Sam discusses how sport is represented in the media, and how that emphasis compares to covering the arts. Also he casts an eye over contenders for vacant posts in Rugby coaching and looks ahead to the summer sporting calendar, is it a feast or a famine?…
 
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