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Best Australian Radio Network podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Australian Radio Network podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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PJ's like the best friend you never had; easy to love, impossible to hate, and takes endless roasts from her mate Jase, like a champ. And the other half? Known for his pranks and borderline antics on and off-air, Jase the wit master is damn-near impossible to stump and knows a good VonZipper trucker cap when he sees one. Tune in weekday mornings from 6am on Melbourne's KIIS 1011.
 
This original podcast series, created in partnership with Glenmorangie, unearths incredible people pushing boundaries, breaking stereotypes and innovating in their areas of expertise. Hear from former sports stars who have reinvented their world, innovators who are challenging our perceptions of business and musicians who are breaking the mould. Carla "Bigsy" Bignasca presents We Are The World We Create with Glenmorangie.
 
ShakeDown Radio Podcast is poised to bring to your doorstep a unique blend of Hip Hop, Dance and RnB tunes like never before. His tasteful approach to Radio and Podcast is a build up of experience right from his first radio show on Sydney’s Pump FM 99.3 called Bedroom Vibes. Through the radio show, he sends beautiful tunes and vibes into the airwaves. He started his radio show in a station that prides itself as the first Hip Hop station in Australia. The ShakeDown Radio podcast will appear o ...
 
This is not talkback you're used to. This is Australia's first ever talkback show on FM. This is the first radio show in Triple M history to air across the complete Triple M Network. Hear radio legend Luke Bona take on Australia. No topic is off limits. Australia, what's on your mind? Real talk, real stories and real people in real time. Talkback like you've never heard before, across the country.
 
On Songland’s podcast we wanted to give the guest artists and winning songwriters from Songland the opportunity to go even deeper into the intimate and mysterious art of songwriting as they see it. Listen as they tell the fascinating stories of their songs’ creation in never-before-heard detail, and further peel back the curtain on this magical process. Songland's podcast debuted with the release of four introductory episodes, one with each of the three producers on the show, Ryan Tedder (Be ...
 
WRESTLE RADIO AUSTRALIA is the only podcast network dedicated to Australia's independent wrestling industry: WRA - Josh Armour, Todd Eastman & Co chat with Australia's favourite wrestling personalities. DRAWING HEAT - For Beej and The Dude, it's not just wrestling... it's life! Featuring extensive EPW Perth coverage, interviews, & more. HEELING OUT with Mohamad Ali Vaez - The audio handbook for those in the wrestling business. AXECAST - Hang out with Josh 'The Axe' Shooter for a behind-the-s ...
 
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Not Quiet Australians Exceptional speeches calling for climate action ring with rising anger in response to government denial and inaction. Zali Stegall the Independent member for Waringah outlines her call for an official climate action plan. Bruce Shillingsworth a Muruwari and Budjiti man, from the north-west NSW river lands demands:" Put the wat…
 
Rain throughout Northern New South Wales and Queensland, is slowly starting to make its way into the Murray Darling River System. The Condamine River catchment has recorded around 200 millimetres in Queensland. While water is passing through the Gwydir, Namoi, Castlereagh and Macquarie catchments in New South Wales. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield s…
 
Flower growers are pleading with those looking to express their love with a rose or bouquet this Valentine's Day to make sure it's Australian. The industry is excluded from country of origin labelling, muddying the waters for local growers with up to 30 percent of flowers sold now imported. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with New South Wales …
 
Shoots of green are beginning to break through parched land in Singleton, in the New South Wales Hunter. The first 7 weeks of 2020 has seen just over 140 millimetres of rain recorded. That's more than the total for the final 9 months of 2019. Greg Bull runs a cattle beef farm, with no irrigation north of Singleton. In a "normal" year he'd run about…
 
Leasing land could become more common in the agriculture sector as farmers look to expand in an environment of limited purchasing opportunities. A recent report from Rabobank shows 28-percent of farmers nationwide are leasing some part of their operating areas... Of those, 11-percent increased the area of land they lease in 2019. Rural editor Eddie…
 
A Northern New South Wales farmer says patchy rain in the drought hit region is changing the outlook for the year ahead. Ben Swan runs his family farm near Inverell and has been handing feeding livestock to keep them alive and choose not to plant a summer crop, because of how dry it had been. Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up with the farm…
 
Flash flooding on Queensland's Darling Downs, across parts of Northern New South Wales and along the coast has farmers optimistic there could be more rain on the way. There's further falls predicted this week west of the divide, in some of the most hardest hit drought regions in the country. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with Chris Groves, w…
 
International Epilepsy Day is on Monday @intepilepsyday share your photo and hashtag #epilepsyday 😊 help towards raising Epilepsy awareness around the world 🌎💜see https://www.instagram.com/p/B8PyXSkAWy33-Ap-8p3LrZMkudCS-kmYhOVZd00/ and https://www.facebook.com/jeniferepilepsypage/By Tony Serve
 
Australia has a new Water Minister, and the Prime Minister has gone back-to-the-future with the Agriculture Portfolio. New Nationals deputy David Littleproud makes a return to agriculture, and hands over their reigns of the water portfolio to fellow-Queenslander Keith Pitt. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with National Irrigators Council C…
 
The next generation of meat graders has won a swag of awards at the American National Western Stock Show competition. Our National Meat Judging Team spent a month touring the US learning the operations of one of the world’s largest meat industries. To find out more about the tour – rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with one of the National C…
 
Wine exports have climbed to their highest value since the Global Financial Crisis, as the industry braces for the impact of coronavirus. In 2019, the value wine exports climbed 3-percent, to $2.91 billion. It marks a sixth consecutive year of growth. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Wine Australia Chief Executive Andreas Clark: Listen…
 
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