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Australian Defence Magazine (ADM) is dedicated to reporting the business of defence capability planning and procurement as well as reporting the development of infrastructure to support the ADF. ADM's main objective is to provide an essential communications bridge between defence industry and its single source customer, the Department of Defence. ADM also reports on the budgetary process, the policy development, the capability planning process and the procurement decisions which together pro ...
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The Defence Connect Podcast Network hosts a unique series of podcasts, featuring discussions with key enablers from across the Australian defence industry. The podcasts provide the perfect blend of business intelligence and insights from a range of guests, which include government officials, ADF personnel, industry stakeholders, and members of the academic community. By aligning ourselves with the ADF and the Commonwealth government, we are uniquely placed to deliver a dynamic 360° platform ...
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DOGS

Jean Ely and Dale Bridge

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The Australian Council for the Defence of Government Schools (DOGS) looks at public education and separation of church and state.
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Dive into the fascinating world of UK defence with The Defence Eye podcast. Presented by expert defence correspondents Tim Ripley, Francis Tusa, and host Jake Shaw, each episode provides insider analysis and lively discussion on the latest developments in defence policy, procurement, industry trends, military operations, and more. If it's breaking news on multibillion procurement contracts, emerging cyber threats, or strategic shifts in force posture, Defence Eye has it covered. With unrival ...
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This podcast is for and about soldiers of the Canadian Army. Its primary goal is to provide them with useful information through thoughtful and open discussions that reflect their mutual interests and concerns. Though soldiers are our primary audience, the topics covered on this podcast should be relevant to anyone who supports our soldiers or who has an interest in Canadian military matters.
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New Zealand's national security is rarely discussed in detail outside a small group of government officials and academics. The Indefensible New Zealand podcast is designed to change that with a wide ranging and ongoing conversation that everyone can understand. Free of the constraints of word limits and sound bites, the host, Simon Ewing-Jarvie, presents a fascinating, 'whole of government' view of what needs to be done to keep Kiwis safe - now and in the future. And by future, we mean this ...
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Every day, members of the New Zealand Defence Force achieve extraordinary things. The Unclassified podcast brings to light memorable first-hand tales of courage and commitment, service and sacrifice. Season one looks at the NZDF’s significant contribution over more than 20 years to regional security in Afghanistan, and includes previously unheard stories about the heat of battle, the role of the SAS, keeping the faith in times of tragedy, and the lasting impacts of this deployment on those w ...
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Three experts, one Story. Each fortnight we host a panel of international experts diving into the biggest geopolitical stories shaping the news both here and overseas. Hosted by Michael Hilliard
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RCAF Jump Seat

Royal Canadian Air Force

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“This is who we are. This is what we do.” This podcast presents candid conversations with Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) members and veterans. Although the RCAF Defence Team is our primary audience, the topics covered on this podcast should be relevant to anyone who has an interest in Canadian military affairs.
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The Warfighter Simulation & Training podcast provides a glimpse into the fascinating future that is being built by militaries and government agencies around the world. The current convergence of emerging technologies brought together from key sectors will deliver an ever increasing force-multiplying benefit to the Warfighter, across all domains. Your hosts, two military veterans who, since leaving their respective services, have amassed over 20 years of experience, working with some of the m ...
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Being Forces Friendly

Defence Relationship Management

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Want to find out more about partnering with Defence and what it means to be a Forces-friendly organisation? Then Being Forces Friendly is the podcast for you! Join us every month for a mini podcast where we'll be sitting down with guests from the Armed Forces, government and business and getting the inside knowledge from the experts.
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On Ireland's most cutting edge current affairs show, Matt and his guests provide a running stream of intelligent opinions and heated debates on the issues that matter most to Irish listeners. You might not always agree, but you'll never want to miss a Word.
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When it comes to making sense of the news, it helps to have an insider’s perspective. Introducing The Daily T, a brand new podcast from The Telegraph. Camilla Tominey and Kamal Ahmed share their thoughts on the day’s biggest stories, with lively debate and informed discussion, as well as agenda-setting interviews with the key people who make the headlines, all from the heart of one of Britain’s biggest newsrooms Camilla and Kamal have been journalists for more than 20 years, with access to p ...
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The Shephard Defence Podcast tells the stories of the defence industry, trends in military technology and the procurement programmes that get the kit into the hands of the warfighter. In a monthly news roundtable, Shephard Media’s team of international journalists and analysts take deep dives into defence issues, focusing on niche market sectors and looking at where the trends are heading. We also feature content developed by Shephard Studio in cooperation with our partners. If you work in t ...
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Jai Hind! If you want to build a career in Indian Armed Forces but are clueless about where to start, this is a must-listen. Tune into Operation Shoorveer with RJ Nishita and Captain Jaydev Joshi (Retd), who served in the Indian Army and is a recipient of the Chief Of Army Staff's Commendation Card. Every week, RJ Nishita poses several questions on what it takes to become a Warrior and Captain a.k.a your professor in the show makes the learning easy and effortless. From the initial applicati ...
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DVB English News

Democratic Voice of Burma

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English language news service from Myanmar's largest independent media network: Democratic Voice of Burma. The Weekly Briefing provides the latest on #WhatshappeninginMyanmar. Newsroom shines a spotlight on under-reported stories. Vox Pop gives a voice to Generation Z. Reads is a short-form digital storytelling project. DVB English News is available wherever you get your podcasts: https://link.chtbl.com/dvbenglish
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Welcome to Shephard Studio's special series on Five Eyes Connectivity, sponsored by our partner Viasat. Over three episodes, we will look at the changing face of modern warfare across the land, sea and air domains through the prism of three key technology areas - Satellite communications, Line-of-sight datalinks, and cybersecurity. We will hear from senior military leaders about the changing nature of today’s threats, and how unfettered access across the electromagnetic spectrum can no longe ...
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RNZ National’s flagship news programme known for breaking news stories, incisive interviews with politicians across the political spectrum and newsmakers and commentators from Aotearoa and around the world. There's a lot to talk about in the mornings and Morning Report is covering the stories that matter to the people of Aotearoa.
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Taking you behind the scenes of the defence aerospace sector, the weekly Air Warrior Podcast brings together the subject matter experts of Key Aero’s Modern Military Aviation team to uncover the most significant events in the air domain, from the platforms and the people, to the strategic effects and influences that air power provides.
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Western Way of War

The Royal United Services Institute

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A collection of discussions with those in the Profession of Arms that tries to understand the issues around how to fight, and succeed, against adversaries in the 2020s. We pose the questions as whether a single Western Way of Warfare (how Western militaries fight) has been successful, whether it remains fit for task today, and how it might need to adapt in the future? It is complemented by the ‘Adversarial Studies’ project that looks at how adversaries fight. The views or statements expresse ...
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McGill Professor Karl Moore takes you inside his CEO class that is an integral part of the McGill MBA experience. Each week, some of Canada's top leaders spend an hour with Karl discussing their paths to success, insights into the latest business trends, their advice to budding entrepreneurs, their work/life balance and more.
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Saturday with Colm Ó Mongáin questions agendas, dissects the week gone by, and debates the likely issues of the week to come. Tune in to hear the very latest from newsmakers and from those whose lives are impacted by policy makers in Ireland. Listen live every Saturday at 1.05pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
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The world's first and only anti-free speech podcast. Big Shiny Takes looks at the terrible columns written by the "thought-leaders" in Canada and goes through why some of these pieces should have never been published in a place where people can read them.
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Hangar 46

Air and Space Power Centre Australia

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Join us at Hangar 46, the Air and Space Power Centre's podcast for the Royal Australian Air Force. Each episode has a different guest joining us in the hangar for a chat with our hosts and cohosts. Our team covers topics like international relations, technology, ethics, culture, emerging air and space power challenges and more. Please note: This podcast is recorded in a live operational hangar, background noises may occur.
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Getting To The Heart Of It

Sarah Torode-Martin from Torode Solutions

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Welcome to the “Getting To The Heart Of It with Sarah Torode-Martin” podcast. As the co-founder and CEO of Torode Solutions we assist people, first responders and Australian Defence Force veterans into positions with purpose. People are the heart of our business which is how "Getting to the Heart of it" was created. Drawing on my experience with over 20 years working within the Federal government and the consulting industry as well as what I’ve learnt from being a counsellor and coach, I dec ...
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Much has been written about the South African Border war which is also known as the Namibian War of Independence. While the fighting was ostensibly about Namibia, most of the significant battles were fought inside Namibia’s northern neighbour, Angola. South Africa’s 23 year border war has been almost forgotten as the Cold War ebbed away and bygones were swept under the political carpet. South African politicians, particularly the ANC and the National Party, decided during negotiations to end ...
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On the Cusp

Elisabeth Braw

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Elisabeth Braw, scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, presents 'On the Cusp' which focuses on how governments, business and civil society can work together to strengthen countries' defence against existing and emerging threats. Each episode she interviews a guest who is a leader in their respective field.
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Get set to kickstart your career journey! 🚀 The Gen Z Career PlayBook is designed for the next generation of trailblazers, alongside the parents and educators that support them. 🌟 Tune in for insightful tips, inspiration and solid support as you navigate your career journey. Get set to uncover and explore endless opportunities!
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ASPI Podcast: Policy, Guns & Money

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute

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Policy, Guns & Money is produced by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI). ASPI is an independent, non-partisan think tank that produces expert and timely advice for strategic and defence leaders. ASPI has offices in Canberra, Australia and Washington DC, USA.
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The Defence Force is freezing pay, cutting civilian jobs, and stopping some of its programmes - as it grapples with a budget shortfall of $130 million. In an email to all staff yesterday, the Chief of Defence Force Air Marshal Tony Davies told staff there's no money for base pay rises and there will be no increase in the number of uniformed staff. …
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The State is due to spend €1.5bn annually on defence by 2028, but should that figure be increased? According to Fine Gael TD & Minister of State for European Union Affairs and Defence Jennifer Carroll MacNeill, it should. She and People Before Profit - Solidarity TD Mick Barry joined Matt to discuss the idea. Press ‘Play’ on this page to hear the c…
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Associate Health Minister Casey Costello has slashed the excise tax on heated tobacco products by half, aiming to make them a more appealing alternative to smoking. Casey Costello is also weighing the sale of oral nicotine products like nicotine pouches, though Ministry of Health officials are opposed. She did not respond to our invitation to join …
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Almost a month on from June's devastating floods in Wairoa and residents are still cleaning up their properties, but many are unsure when their homes will be livable again. Many are angry at the Hawke's Bay Regional Council for failing to open the town's river mouth sand bar earlier which they say could have prevented the floods from happening. Rep…
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The forestry sector is warning that tree-planting numbers for this year might be about half of what the government predicts in its emission reduction plans. The plan, announced by Minister of Climate Change Simon Watts, aims for a massive tree-planting push to soak up emissions. But the New Zealand Institute of Forestry says the government's number…
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Air New Zealand is disputing claims from Consumer NZ some airfares have surged by up to 300 percent in the past five years. Consumer NZ compared the prices of eleven flights in 2023 and 2024 with flights in 2019 and 2021, and found prices increases ranged from 34 to 291 per cent. Air New Zealand's head of domestic Scott Carr spoke to Corin Dann.…
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A mortgage broker says people can only manage for so long, with an increasing number feeling the strain. Mortgage rates are starting to fall in the face of weaker than expected inflation figures. Mortgage broker and Loan Market director Bruce Patten says the news is good, but costs continue to be difficult and widespread. He spoke to Ingrid Hipkiss…
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An international relations expert says pay freezes, and voluntary redundancies in the military will hamper its ability to deploy. In an email to all staff yesterday, the Chief of Defence Force Air Marshal Tony Davies told staff there's no money for base pay rises; there will be no increase in the number of uniformed staff; and civilians are being i…
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Locals fear the future of one of Russell's most historic and most loved buildings is under threat. Originally built as a Custom House in 1870 when the Bay of Island's town was a bustling port, for the past 130 years it's served as the home for the local police constable. Today it's empty and riddled with toxic mould. Peter de Graaf reports.…
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Migrant young people who were previously left in limbo waiting for their parents' residency will now legally be able to work. The government has announced those eligible will be able to work up to 20 hours per week during the school year and 40 hours per week in the summer. Immigration Minister Erica Stanford spoke to Corin Dann.…
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Fares for some Air New Zealand flights have surged by up to three hundred per cent in the past five years according to Consumer NZ. It found in one case, a last minute booking of a return flight to Hamilton from Wellington for two adults, booked two days before a funeral, cost $281.20 in 2021 - three years later, it cost $1,118.00. Consumer NZ chie…
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Airlines say it could be another year until Auckland Airport lowers its aviation prices. That's despite a draft Commerce Commission report yesterday which found the Airport was in line to make about 200-million-dollars in excess profit between 2022 and 2027. Board of Airline Representatives executive director Cath O'Brien spoke to Ingrid Hipkiss.…
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Day three of the Republican National Convention will kick off soon in Milwaukee, with today's theme being "Make America Strong Once Again". Wednesday saw a show of unity from the GOP, with former Republican Presidential hopefuls Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis expressing their support for Donald Trump. Correspondent Simon Marks spoke to Corin Dann.…
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Associate Health Minister Casey Costello has delivered a fifty percent cut to the excise tax rate on Heated Tobacco Products - where tobacco is heated to a vapour rather than burned - as she aims to make the products a more attractive alternative to smoking. The New Zealand First Minister is also considering allowing the sale of oral nicotine produ…
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The Public Service Association says pay freezes and redundancies at the New Zealand Defence Force will affect its ability and capacity to operate. In an email to all staff on Wednesday, the Chief of Defence Force Air Marshal Tony Davies told staff there's no money for base pay rises; there will be no increase in the number of uniformed staff; and c…
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The acting Prime Minister says Health New Zealand's governance is "chaotic", criticising the board for poor cost management and oversight. David Seymour says the government isn't planning to break up the health-agency, but governance and structural changes are on the way. Health Minister Dr. Shane Reti was unavailable this morning. Former Health Ne…
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Former President Donald Trump has watched some of his former rivals pledge their support at the Republican Convention in Milwaukee for his bid to return to the White House. The Convention will hear today from Trump's running mate, Ohio Senator J.D. Vance. From Milwaukee, our US Correspondent Simon Marks reports.…
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Ian Guider of the Business Post joins Matt to discuss the top business stories of the day include a spike in office spaces being rented in Dublin The Last Word on Business with thanks to Forvis Mazars, the next exciting chapter for Mazars. Same local team, new global reach. Press the 'play' button below to catch up on the full conversation...…
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This week on the CEO series, Karl sits down with Mark Weightman, President and CEO of the Montreal Alouettes. Tune in to hear about football marketing across North America, ALS’s strategic efforts to secure market share, and their inspiring comeback story from being ranked worst in the league to their rise to win the 2023 Grey Cup!…
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In this podcast, Kushal speaks with Daniel Bordman and Salman Sima about Islamism in Canada. Since the October 7th attack in Israel, Canada has been experiencing constant protests from Palestinian supporters, who have been chanting violent slogans and targeting many Jewish establishments.Follow them:Twitter: @DanielBordmanOGTwitter: @SalmanSimaSupp…
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The new Labour government has launched its agenda with all the pomp and ceremony of the King’s Speech. They’ve gone big on promises of economic growth, house building and health reforms - with some notable exceptions but few surprises. Will it be enough to satisfy a deeply unsatisfied electorate? And can Keir Starmer deliver the bold change he was …
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After gardaí were called to investigate an alleged assault at an under-15 hurling match in Co. Waterford this week, former President of the GAA Liam O’Neill said that not enough is being done to tackle violence at GAA matches. He and Sinéad O’Carroll, Editor of TheJournal.ie, spoke to Matt about the issue. Hit the ‘Play’ button on this page to hear…
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Moneycontrol’s Preeti Kulkarni spoke to Mumbai-based chartered accountant Suresh Surana to understand the issues that tax-payers are facing while filing returns and steps that the income tax department ought to take to resolve the issues. Surana also highlighted the measures that have already been to ease the process and the mistakes that tax-payer…
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