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This is the podcast channel for everything Matty Johns. Every week during the NRL season we'll publish an episode of Matty's Fox Sports Australia show called Face to Face, we'll also be publishing episodes of Matty at home with the rest of the Johns family, wife Trish and sons Jack and Cooper. You'll get all the experts talking about the NRL, and hear Jack and Coop giving Matt heaps, it's all here.
 
Voodoo Medics are Australia's best combat healers who combine “unconventional medicine and unconventional warfare”. Journalist Kristin Shorten sat down with six medics, the soldiers they treated in Afghanistan and the families of those killed overseas.
 
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Daily Telegraph crime editor Mark Morri speaks with cold case detectives investigating the 1970 abduction disappearance of five-year-old Cheryl Grimmer from a beach in Wollongong. He also talks to Cheryl's brother Ricki about the trauma of growing up with the crime after taking his eyes off his sister for one minute.
 
Each week Andrew Parasiliti, president of the award-winning news site Al-Monitor, and Amberin Zaman, Al-Monitor’s Senior Correspondent, interview newsmakers, journalists and thought leaders from the US and Middle East about the latest news and trends in the region. Andrew has been writing about, and traveling in, the Middle East for over three decades, meeting and interviewing the region’s top political and civil society leaders. Since obtaining his PH.D from Johns Hopkins University, he has ...
 
In Australia former detective Roger Rogerson has come to epitomise the bad cop - up to his elbows in corruption of public officials, drug crime and murder. The Daily Telegraph crime editor Mark Morri and former NSW Assistant Commissioner Clive Small discuss Rogerson's life and crimes from his career in the criminal investigation branch in the 1960s to the murder of drug dealer Jamie Gao in 2014.
 
Jewels are the starting point to discuss past eras, romance, lost fortunes, revolution, precious stones and personal histories. This podcast explores every facet of jewellery – from who makes it, to who wears it, and why – and is a must-listen for everyone who loves jewellery or might be buying a piece of jewellery; anyone interested in design and history; and all those who love a rollicking real-life story. Carol Woolton is Britain’s leading authority on jewellery and gemstones and has ente ...
 
The Daily Telegraph gives you a front seat at the trial of a monster. Queues of people waited for hours to get into the Sydney courtroom to see and hear serial killer Ivan Milat on trial for the murders of seven young backpackers in 1996. Now after his death in jail, The Daily Telegraph has recreated the most dramatic moments of what was the trial of the century.
 
The Daily and Sunday Telegraph looked at the William Tyrrell investigation on the first anniversary of his disappearance and conducted the most detailed media interviews at the time or since with the missing boy's foster parents. Neither parent can be named and at the time we couldn't even say they were foster parents ( a ruling overturned last month by the Supreme Court). Three years after William vanished from his home in Kendall police are just as baffled about what happened to him. We ar ...
 
At 11.52pm on August 10, 2002, unassuming rugby fan David Breckenridge called his best friend from a phone box and told him he was on his way over to watch an international match on TV. Eight minutes later he was dead. The person, or persons, who stabbed and bashed the Sydney man to death the night after his 28th birthday remain at large. Investigative reporter Nicole Hogan's five-part true crime podcast series on the perplexing and brutal, unsolved murder of an ordinary guy.
 
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Two mothers, Denise Govendir and Eva Webel, both murdered in their homes 15 years apart. Both crimes appeared to be robberies gone wrong. Both cases remain unsolved. Now a Sunday Telegraph* investigation by Yoni Bashan and Claire Harvey has found the links and coincidences between the bashing deaths go even deeper. The women lived a short walk from each other, were both trying to finalise a divorce and in the quiet, peaceful suburb of Dover Heights they are the only murders ever to occur the ...
 
Susie and Peter are married Masters of Wine who bring wine to life with a smile via interviews, chat, food, tips, your questions, gentle bickering and a certain amount of over-sharing. (And yes, they probably should get out more...) A top-10 US & UK podcast (Chartable - Apple, Food), recommended in The Daily Telegraph, Radio Times, Evening Standard, Decanter, Great British Podcasts and more. Reviews say: 'Laugh-out-loud' (Claire); 'Love these guys (almost as much as wine): educational, invig ...
 
In 2020, the Ladbrokes Cox Plate Carnival will celebrate the 100th running of The Race Where Legends Are Made - The Ladbrokes Cox Plate. Award winning journalists Andrew Rule and Leo Schlink will bring you the untold stories from those who made their name in the famous weight-for-age race - from Hugh Bowman on Winx, to Glen Boss on Makybe Diva and Greg Childs on Sunline.
 
In this podcast series, author and journalist Dolly Alderton will be talking to guests about their most defining relationships: the passion, heartbreak, longing, familiarity and fondness that have formed who they are. The podcast is being released to tie-in with Dolly Alderton’s debut book, Everything I Know About Love which is out now in paperback with a brand new chapter: Everything I Know At Thirty. Dolly Alderton is an award winning journalist and bestselling author. She has a column in ...
 
This Australian bush fire season has been unprecedented. In this podcast you will hear harrowing accounts of survival and the incredible acts of bravery and kindness which are helping the town of Malua Bay in southern New South Wales on the path to recovery. The town’s cast of heroes is a long one - the young surf life saver whose quick thinking spared hundreds of lives at the town beach, the RFS volunteers whose houses burned while they were saving others and the now homeless pharmacist who ...
 
The Ibrahims are Sydney's most fascinating family. And in 2016 when police began an undercover operation into members of the family and their associates, few could have predicted the result. Less than two years later, more than 20 people were arrested over a billion dollar drug and tobacco smuggling ring. But the investigation also pulled back the curtain on the Ibrahim clan and gave unprecedented insight into the complex politics and heated rivalries within the family and their associates t ...
 
A former Head of BBC TV History programmes, Laurence has specialized in writing books and making television documentaries about World War Two, the Nazis and Stalinism for thirty years. He won a BAFTA and a Peabody for his TV series 'The Nazis: A Warning from History' and a British Book Award for his book on Auschwitz, which is also the world's best selling book on this notorious camp. His book 'the Holocaust: A New History' was described by the Times as 'exemplary' and by the Daily Telegraph ...
 
Since its inception in 2011, RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE has become the most popular and comprehensive international guide to the world of Russian art and culture. Our new podcast will feature even more creative conversations around tradition, fine art, education and more. Owned by art collector and professional Natasha Butterwick RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE features listings of the best selected events all over the world, exclusive interviews with the world-renowned professionals of the Russian cultura ...
 
The Sound of the Hound is a podcast series about the people and the technology that brought recorded music to the masses in Victorian London and beyond. In it, journalist and author James Hall and music industry executive Dave Holley chronicle the adventures of the early sound pioneers as they risked life and limb to capture sound and launch the music business as we know it today. In particular, the series focuses on a genius called Fred Gaisberg. The world’s first A&R man, Fred was a ni ...
 
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NRL superstar Latrell Mitchell was supposed to be staying at Jack Wighton’s home in Canberra over the weekend to celebrate the Canberra Raiders star’s 30th birthday. After declaring 2022 the Year of the Strike, unions have warned 2023 will be the Year of the Hike, with a mass exodus of teachers, nurses and other frontline workers sparking a new ind…
 
The NRL season must be getting close because Phil 'Buzz' Rothfield and Brent Read are back and arguing as they join Adam Mobbs to discuss what will be the big talking points in 2023. Buzz dives into his column about the worrying cost of Canterbury's rebuild, but declares "Gus has done a terrific job" and tips the Bulldogs to fight for a top-eight s…
 
Families across NSW will be given a $250 bonus payment from the state government to seek a cheaper power contract under a half-a-billion-dollar plan to put downward pressure on bills. A police detective tasked with catching the fraudsters who stole $30,000 from an elderly woman instead stole her credit card details and ­attempted to purchase more t…
 
US: Antony Blinken postpones China trip amid spy balloon fallout Missing dog walker: Nicola Bulley 'fell into river', police believe Ukraine: Russia running out of 'single-use' soldiers Read all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your free one-month trial today to gain unlimited website an…
 
Former NRL star Tristan Sailor says he’s found his purpose after being acquitted of the rape of a woman back in 2020. A surge in pet ownership during the pandemic has prompted the ­NSW government to pledge a record $40.6m towards improving animal welfare and rehoming, including ramped up enforcement efforts to tackle animal abuse. Home seekers woul…
 
Day 345. Today, we hear from Roland Oliphant who’s on the ground in Donbas as well as exploring Russia's relationship with the history of the Second World War. Plus, Francis Dearnley interviews French journalist Anne-Elisabeth Moutet in a deep-dive on the role of France in this war. Contributors: David Knowles (Host). @djknowles22 on Twitter. Franc…
 
Live blog: Striking train drivers are being demonised, union boss claims Direct debits: Energy companies hoard £9bn of customers' cash Bank of England: Workforce to shrink permanently in wake of Covid Spying: Pentagon tracking Chinese surveillance balloon over US Rupert Everett interview: 'I know Harry’s virginity secret' Bird flu: All you need to …
 
Eoin McGonigal was born in Dublin in 1920, a Catholic by religion. At the outbreak of war in 1939, he abandoned his law studies and joined the British Army becoming a commando and later a founder member of the SAS. Blair ‘Paddy’ Mayne’s best mate – he has been brought back into the public’s attention by the BBC’s SAS: Rogue Hero series. Who was Eoi…
 
Tensions are escalating in the South Caucasus again, as Armenia and Azerbaijan remain locked in a bitter standoff over access to Nagorno-Karabakh. As an emboldened Azerbaijan eyes further gains — including a land corridor to Turkey that would cut off Iran’s access to Armenia — relations between Baku and Teheran are growing more hostile by the day. …
 
Economics: Large pay rises will force interest rates higher, warns Andrew Bailey Mason Greenwood: All criminal charges dropped BBC: Broadcaster cancels Autumnwatch in cost-cutting drive Read all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your free one-month trial today to gain unlimited website an…
 
Qantas chief Alan Joyce has written to 14 million frequent flyer members to alleviate any safety concerns after a spate of turnbacks, as the airline also slashed the price of 170,000 seats in a price war with Virgin Australia. Monarchists are outraged that King Charles is being snubbed for Australia’s new $5 note, saying it’s “republicanism by stea…
 
Day 344. Today, we hear from Roland Oliphant who is on the ground in Kramatorsk at the scene of a deadly missile strike and we discuss the economy, corruption and Ukrainian society with Tymofiy Mylovanov, KSE President, Associate Professor of the University of Pittsburgh, former minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture of Ukraine. Co…
 
The family is back! What happens in Vegas? Trish offending sensitive Americans, and Jack and Cooper form a posse in Bondi...Enjoy To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app at yo…
 
Carol sits down with the @watchguru_ himself, Tom Bolt, for a chat about the history of the wristwatch, Tom's wayward early years, his stellar career in watch dealing, and his charitable foundation Steps2Recovery. https://www.watchguru.com https://steps2recovery.org.uk This episode is brought to you by @fuligemstones Please see: www.carolwoolton.co…
 
Strike action: Thousands of schools closed, but teachers pass on picket duties Dispatch: How even the French can keep schools open during crippling strikes Interest rates: Bank of England expected to raise rates for 10th time in a row Italian cooking 'betrayed': Why your carbonara recipe could get you cancelled Premier League club-by-club verdict: …
 
Strikes: Thousands of schools closed as teachers stage biggest strike in over a decade Ukraine: Boris Johnson doesn’t speak for us, says No 10 in Ukraine jets row London: Neighbours win Tate Modern privacy court battle over viewing platform Read all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your …
 
More than 800,000 Australian households face further financial pressure as many shift to more expensive variable rates in 202. A court has heard the mother of NRL star Nicho Hynes was taken to hospital “pale and dishevelled” the night a friend died from heroin toxicity in her two-bedroom granny flat, Channel 7 has nabbed Dr Chris Brown from rival C…
 
Day 343. Today, we continue our reporting from the ground in Donbas with Roland Oliphant, bring you diplomatic updates from across the world and discuss the role of the Russian Orthodox Church and its ties to the regime. Contributors: David Knowles (Host). @DJKnowles22 on Twitter. Dominic Nicholls (Associate Editor, Defence). @DomNicholls on Twitte…
 
Strikes: Teachers who strike could still claim pay Health: How the typical British diet is fuelling the risk of cancer Coffee: The coffee chains with the strongest caffeine kick... and the weakest Canada: Heroin is now legal in Vancouver – and addicts are celebrating Read all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digita…
 
Almost 25 years since it was signed, most Unionists say they would vote against the Good Friday Agreement if given the chance today, according to the latest Lucid Talk poll. The polls also show the electorate is split over whether the Sinn Féin president, Lou McDonald, should play a part in political talks in Northern Ireland. Ciarán Dunbar is join…
 
Who is on strike? Check how your area is affected with our interactive tool Commuters among worst-hit: Zero trains to run across 15 operators War latest: Rishi Sunak rules out sending fighter jets to Ukraine Transfer news live: Latest updates on deadline day No more ‘nul points’ for the UK? Why Eurovision is about to get a lot less sleazy Telegraph…
 
Dominic Perrottet’s bid for sweeping poker machine reform has been given a boost after the loudest industry voice opposing a cashless gaming card was fired over comments invoking the Premier’s Catholic faith. Labor leader Chris Minns has pledged to pump $10 million into sporting organisations across NSW that have been stagnating at the same low lev…
 
Day 342. Today, we hear from Roland Oliphant who’s reporting in Donbas, discuss the reticence of Ukraine’s allies to supply F-16 fighter jets and we speak to Ukrainian journalist Svitlana Morenets on her reporting and analysis of Ukrainian politics. Contributors: David Knowles (Host). @DJKnowles22 on Twitter. Dominic Nicholls (Associate Editor, Def…
 
Economics: IMF says UK will be only major economy to shrink this year Politics: Stop migrant boats or face defeat, Suella Braverman tells Tories Royals: Princess of Wales launches early years campaign at Bafta event TV: The psychedelic fungus from history that found its way into our food and sent thousands ‘mad’ Read all these articles and stay exp…
 
Strikes: Firefighters vote to strike over pay Politics: Commissioner quits investigation into BBC chairman's appointment Pakistan: Mosque suicide bombing kills dozens Read all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your free one-month trial today to gain unlimited website and app access. Cance…
 
Turkey is headed for watershed elections on May 14 that could, depending on its outcome, deal the final blow to its wobbly democracy. The odds are fully stacked in favor of the country's autocratic president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The Economist magazine last week caused a furore when it published a special report on "Erdogan's Empire" bearing the ti…
 
A Court has heard that Online news outlet Crikey effectively “begged to be sued” over an article published on its website about News Corp chair Lachlan Murdoch, using the case to sell subscriptions worth $500,000, promote an online fundraising campaign and sell merchandise. The State’s most wanted man has been arrested in Turkey and is facing extra…
 
Day 341. Today, we discuss the latest news from Ukraine, analyse the election of the new pro-NATO president of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel and look at how the full-scale invasion of Ukraine has made geo-political waves across the word. Contributors: David Knowles (Host). @DJKnowles22 on Twitter. Dominic Nicholls (Associate Editor, Defence). @Dom…
 
Nadhim Zahawi: Tory chairman sacked by Rishi Sunak without a fair hearing, say allies Profile: Nadhim Zahawi was the ultimate Westminster fixer, felled by his own success Ex-PM's claims: Boris Johnson says Vladimir Putin threatened to kill him 'with a missile' Queen of clean concedes: Marie Kondo: After child number three, I’ve given up on tidying …
 
The day the war broke out in Ukraine, Valerie Hopkins (@VALERIEinNYT) was in Kiev unsure of what was about to happen. Only a few months into working for The New York Times, she was at the center of the biggest story in the world. She now reports on the war as one of a dwindling number foreign correspondents in Russia, interviewing Russians who see …
 
The case of school teacher Enoch Burke has been making headlines after he ended up in jail for contempt of court after refusing to comply with a court order to stay away from his school - following a row over a transgender child's pronouns. Throughout he has been backed up by his family, many of whom themselves are not strangers to the courts. We l…
 
Jeremy Hunt: The best tax cut we can give is halving inflation London: Workman dies after being crushed by pop-up urinal Alan Cumming: Actor returns OBE over ‘toxicity’ of British Empire Read all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your free one-month trial today to gain unlimited website a…
 
Day 338. Today, we analyse the latest updates from the front line, discuss western thinking on Ukraine’s increasingly complex logistical supply train and interview Richard Woodruff, a British volunteer Chef who spent most of 2022 cooking food for Ukrainian soldiers on the front lines at the Front Line kitchen in Lviv. Contributors: David Knowles (H…
 
Jeremy Hunt: Cuts to red tape are needed to stimulate growth Trans row: How lobbying helped a rapist end up in a female prison Turn back time: Tech mogul gives himself organs of a teenager Astonishing pictures: Fire rips through heritage-listed London church Holocaust Memorial Day: ‘Suzie was scared and alone – but became my sister’ Read all these …
 
Has Burgundy gone bonkers?! Off the back of a nightmare 2021 season, wines are in shorter supply than ever - so prices have gone through the roof. Again. The wines are unquestionably good. That's what Burgundy does. But as the region's wines gradually become ever-more scarce and atypical - and ever-less affordable - how long will wine lovers stick …
 
Robert Black was a monster. He was convicted of killing four young girls but is suspected of abusing and murdering many, many more. Black died in Maghaberry Prison in January 2016. His body was cremated, and his ashes thrown into the sea. Professor Craig Jackson is Professor of Psychology at Birmingham City University, he joins Ciarán Dunbar to exp…
 
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