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R.M.Williams OUTBACK

R.M.Williams Publishing

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R.M.Williams OUTBACK reangles its authentic, experienced lens on rural and regional Australia into the audio space. The hugely successful OUTBACK magazine has been published for 25 years and knows the Australian bush like nobody else. This podcast is inspired by the informative writing and spectacular photography in the magazine but is not limited to this content. Explore Australian news, events, stations, nature, art, people, history, gear, tracks, travel, pubs, towns and much more.
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OVER 50 YEARS AGO multi-award-winning journalist John Francis interviewed ageing Australian Outback characters, before their voices were lost in the red dust. THIS IS VERY SPECIAL Outback history. Most of these unique old characters would be aged over 130 if they were still alive today. NEARLY ALL lived largely solitary lives, in the harsh and lonely inland, on the edge of deserts, in a world of searing droughts, and occasional fierce floods. THEY WERW prospectors, sheep and cattle men, boun ...
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Betoota Talks

The Betoota Advocate

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Clancy Overell and Errol Parker, editors of the explicitly raw but iconic Outback Australian newspaper known as The Betoota Advocate report fiercely - without fear or favour.
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The Last Video Store

The Betoota Advocate & Alexei

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The Betoota Advocate presents a chat show about the films you love. Join the movie maestro Alexei Toliopoulos in ‘The Last Video Store’ - located in the outback town of Betoota. Its a special hub of culture and memories with every single movie ever made lining its infinite shelves. Alexei talks with a guest about their most cherished cinematic selections, before he sends them of with a bespoke film recommendation based on their taste. The rental combo is: 1 x New Release 2 x Weeklies 1 x Sta ...
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Outback Liberty

Outback Liberty

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Welcome to outback liberty. a podcast from down under, if you have come looking for professionals…you have come to the wrong place but if you are looking for a couple of chill dudes who talk crap about politics and random stuff come join us and listen as you cringe to how badly good we are.
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Outback Gamehouse is a group of gamers and movie/tv enthusiasts that share their journey and experiences with everyone. They will discuss current games, future games, latest news, hot takes, movie/tv goss and opinions on any other stuff going around. The pod is run by those from a various walks of life; young and old, different parts of the world etc Regular hosts: Thorn_7, Reesahn and MiiNZy. Occasionally joined by Special Guest members from various communities.
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Outback Stories

ExtraOrdinary Media Co

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What makes an ordinary person extraordinary? Join regional journalists Lucy Samuels and Lucy Taylor as they fly across remote Australia, yarning to the unsung heroes of the bush. Walk alongside some of the unique characters that inhabit the back country, as we meet a world renowned motocross rider turned goat chaser, a burns survivor with an unbreakable spirit and a bush dressmaker that can make all of your wedding day dreams come true ... plus so many more. Buckle in!
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Outback Talks: The Employee Engagement Podcast

HR Podcast by Outback Team Building & Training

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Outback Talks: The Employee Engagement Podcast is a monthly audio resource for HR and business professionals who are interested in building better corporate teams. Each podcast features an interview with an expert, to bring you practical tips and tricks you can use around the office, at your next team building event, or your upcoming training seminar. Learn more at http://www.outbackteambuilding.com
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On the morning of August 2nd 1979, Desmond Francis Carr went to work alone on a road in outback Western Australia. 40 years on and he has never been seen again. Thanks to our season sponsor. My Pay Now, Click below to find out more. www.mypaynow.com.au
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‘Adventure Before Dementia’ is a radio show for camping enthusiasts. Whether you like staying in caravan parks or bush camping, be it up the river, along the coast, discovering unsealed national parks or more remote outback explorations, ‘Adventure Before Dementia’ is your weekly dose of escapism. Hosts Anita & Mike Pavey have worked as photo-journalists for some of Australia’s most popular 4x4, camper trailer and caravan publications. They have travelled widely including a 13-month Big Lap ...
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SICKNIFICANT

SICK Sensor Intelligence.

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From the Black Forest to the Rocky Mountains, through the Outback and to the Yellow Sea. SICK sensor solutions drive digitalization all around the globe. The SICKnificant podcast sneeks a peak on the people behind the tech. They make SICK the company it is: Future-oriented. Responsible. Partnering.
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The Outback Way is Australia's longest shortcut spanning 2700km from Winton in western Queensland to Laverton in Western Australia. The Outback Way Podcast is your travel guide, history book and documentary series about the people, places and purpose of this great Australian roadtrip. There's truly something for everybody on The Outback Way: dinosaurs, art, treasure hunting, heritage and culture, all set against the backdrop of stunning natural landscapes. You'll learn what you need to prepa ...
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Wrong Skin

The Age and Sydney Morning Herald

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Wrong Skin: a relationship banned under traditional law. An investigation into an unsolved suspicious death and a missing person in the Australian outback.
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Welcome to the Ultimate Adventures Podcast Join us as we explore the stunning landscapes, hidden gems, and unique experiences that Australia has to offer. From the rugged outback to the pristine beaches, we bring you stories from fellow campers and caravanners who share their tips, tricks, and adventures. Whether you're a seasoned traveler or just starting out, we've got you covered with everything you need to know about camping and caravanning in Australia
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Welcome to Discomfort, A fan made podcast for Yes Theory in association with Outback Studios. This podcast, Hosted by Connor Lockett from Outback Studios and Jay Feinstein from The Yes Fam, talks about what it takes to seek discomfort. You get to hear from Yes Theory fans what they do to seek discomfort and how they live outside of their comfort zone and much more!
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Hello, Nature

Dustlight Productions, REI Co-op Studios

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Hello, Nature is back! In season 1, Misha Euceph traveled across the country to share the unknown stories of America’s National Parks. In season 2, Misha is back on the road in her Subaru Outback Wilderness, and this time she’s exploring nature right outside our front doors in cities across the country – from Los Angeles to Atlanta and Portland to New York City. She’s hitting the trails, camping out at local preserves, and running alongside local changemakers to answer the questions: What ma ...
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Three seconds. Three gunshots. One explosive murder trial. As a young cop faces life in jail for killing a young Indigenous man in outback Australia, The Australian's Kristin Shorten and Matt Cunningham bring you unmissable daily insights. For full, ongoing award winning journalism covering The Trial search for and download The Australian app or go to theaustralian.com.au/subscribe
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An Aussie and NYCer talk worldly happenings, sex, relationships and earthly entertainment! Your hosts Heath and Gretchen (Heathen) met in Australia on 10 February 2021 and moved in together the next day. Join Heathen on their lovescapades! New episode drops Mondays in the US / Tuesdays in AUS on all pod platforms! Music by Nathan O. Wills
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What begins with a body in a kitchen freezer leads Debi Marshall to a sordid tale of seduction and lies, from Adelaide, to the Outback to the Adriatic Coast. Debi's investigation is the story of the five-part true crime series on Foxtel; Debi Marshall Investigates Frozen Lies. But the story of murder Victim Derrance Stevenson, draws Debi into the web of one of Australia's most terrifying network of paedophiles, known colloquially as 'The Family'. Despite the horrifying scale of the cries, on ...
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Spear Creek

The Courier-Mail

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It was a real-life Wolf Creek. In 1978, three friends left Alice Springs on an adventure exploring the Australian outback. Weeks later, a man walking his dog stumbled across their bodies in a remote area of bushland in North Queensland. They’d been hunted down and shot, one of the victims dying as he clutched hold of a tree. Police brought in to investigate were badly injured in a helicopter crash and soon after, the investigation stalled. The Courier-Mail explores one of Australia’s most fo ...
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Max Verstappen wouldn't arrive at an F1 race and hire a car he's never driven before, but 14-year-old barrel racer Tyler Morton is doing the rodeo equivalent. When she goes to the USA in June for the World Junior High School Championships she will be hiring her horse, having never ridden it. How big of a risk is this and can the Queensland teenager…
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Perhaps the best looking man in the PSA, Trinity's Luke Cotellessa jumped on to discuss the generosity he had as a 6 year old, what really happens in state 12s and his outstanding start to the season with perfect colts coaches votes at Swans! Follow Luke: https://www.instagram.com/lukecotellessa_/ Follow us on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/braya…
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One of the connoisseurs of Australian variety television joins us on The Betoota Advocate podcast. The Indigenous community's answer to Fatty Vautin. The type of man that can draw a good yarn out of anyone. You might remember him as 'Willie Walgett' from The Betoota Advocate Presents TV series on Paramount+ (and Qantas inflight entertainment hehe).…
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Clancy Overall, Errol Parker and Wendall Hussey wrap up all the biggest stories from the week - live from the Desert Rock FM studio in downtown Betoota. Subscribe to the Betoota Newsletter HERE Betoota on Instagram Betoota on TikTok Produced by DM Podcasts See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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They say being the Australian Test cricket captain is a higher pressure job than being the Prime Minister, so if that's the case how does Pat Cummins manage it? We ask him. Meanwhile the French Open gets underway this weekend, and it could spell the end of Rafa's Roland-Garros romance. Featured: Pat Cummins, Australian Test cricket captain. Catheri…
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Where is Bronwyn Winfield? The devoted mum has been missing since 1993 – and the man behind The Teacher’s Pet is on the case. Go to theaustralian.com.au/bronwyn to listen. Plus, you can read more about this case and see exclusive stories, maps, timelines, graphics, video and more. This episode of The Front is presented by Claire Harvey, produced by…
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The A League Men’s grand final heads to the Central Coast as the Mariners look to go back to back. Central Coast were one of the best defensive teams in the league, but can they withstand the all-out-attack of Melbourne Victory? As we wrap a challenging year for the competition, despite growing attendances, is the league really ready to introduce t…
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Witness me! Celebrating the release of the decade’s most exciting action spectacle FURIOSA: A MAD MAX SAGA. Filmmaker George Miller + stars Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth have made their way through the wastelands of a post-apocalyptic Australia to find themselves in THE LAST VIDEO STORE. Alexei Toliopoulos sits down with them all to discuss t…
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Wayne Bennett will coach the Rabbitohs (again)! From 2025, the super coach will be back at South Sydney looking to drag them up the ladder. Why would Bennett return to a team that are currently placed last? What does it mean for the Parramatta Eels who sacked their coach in the hopes of Bennett joining their ranks? Featured: Jake Duke, NRL reporter…
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To say we were felt of our depth here would be an understatement. Marshall University punter Alec Clark joined us to talk the move from Perth to college life, playing in 100,000 stadiums and more! Follow Alec: https://www.instagram.com/alecclark03/ Follow us on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/brayandethan Thanks to our partners: SkinBRO: https://w…
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After nine years Jürgen Klopp has finished his time at Liverpool FC. He won just about every trophy there is to win in European football, but thanks to the dominance of Manchester City there are still some what-ifs hanging over his tenure. How, despite this, did he manage to win over the hearts and minds of Reds' fans and will we one day see him ba…
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Our beautiful summer game is venturing west to the New World of uncharted territory. Cricket in America? We never thought we’d see the day. However, if you speak to experts like Gideon Haigh and Peter Lalor, it’s always been bubbling away. The hosts of the widely popular cricketing podcast ‘Cricket Et Al’ also discuss the spooky influences of India…
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The Sky Blues have won Game One of the Women's State of Origin series in front of a record crowd in Brisbane. Can the Maroons bounce back to level the now, three-game series? While Magic Round is set to light up Lang Park for three sold-out days of Rugby League action. Plus one of the AFL's modern rivalries adds another chapter. Featured: Pamela Wh…
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Clancy Overall, Errol Parker and Wendall Hussey wrap up all the biggest stories from the week - live from the Desert Rock FM studio in downtown Betoota. Subscribe to the Betoota Newsletter HERE Betoota on Instagram Betoota on TikTok Produced by DM Podcasts See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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They wouldn’t let Brearley look at the bodies. A women said it was the first time she’d ever seen a man cry. 'I made all the rules, and I followed every one of them'. World War One dogfighter Major Norman Brearley was the first off the ground with an airline in Australia, dramatically changing the lives of people in Outback Western Australia. Major…
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Australia has been named as the host of the next AFC Asian Cup, meaning another tournament on home soil for the Matildas, but it's not until 2026. With the Olympics later this year followed by a two year stretch without a major tournament, how can the Tillies maintain momentum ahead of a home Asian Cup? Featured: Sam Lewis, football writer, ABC SPO…
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Send us a Text Message. Could the very strings of global events be pulled by unseen forces? Join us as we wrap up our ninth season, taking you on a riveting journey behind the curtain of the world's most elusive power brokers. From the impact of COVID-19 to the resurgence of the Illuminati in modern culture, we've pieced together an intricate tapes…
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One of Australia’s greatest storytellers, Troy Cassar-Daley holds the record for most Golden Guitar Awards cementing the proud Gumbaynggirr and Bundjalung as one of country music’s greatest icons. Troy’s new album BETWEEN THE FIRES is out now, recorded at his late mother’s home, it is a powerfully moving collection of songs and stories. Without hyp…
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