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The Bug Whisperer is a four episode crime podcast produced in Italian based on real life cases of murder mystery. Follow Dr Paola Magni, an Italian forensic entomologist as she dissects crime using insects as her guide. - The Bug Whisperer è un podcast in quattro episodi in italiano, ispirato da altrettanti casi di cronaca nera realmente accaduti. Seguite le storie di Paola Magni, un'entomologa forense che si serve degli insetti per fare luce sui misteri.
 
Imagine a gender-equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world where difference is valued and celebrated. Together, we can create that world. We unpack the big conversations with some inspirational women, discussing their personal journeys, success tips, thoughts on breaking down gender barriers, and everything in between. Special thanks to spacecubed.com for partnering with us to record this podcast in their studio.
 
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World-renowned crime scene investigator, researcher, and senior lecturer, Paola is one of only 120 female forensic entomologists in the world and one of only five aquatic forensic experts. We dive into all the gritty stuff and discuss her most interesting cases, why she was inspired to do what she does, how she used science to crack a cold case, an…
 
Meet Fran, Executive Officer at Shooting Stars and a passionate advocate for community development and social justice. Shooting Stars empowers Aboriginal girls and women across Western and South Australia to make informed choices about their education and employment journey. We discuss some of the barriers Aboriginal women face, how the work Fran d…
 
After working in many different roles from lawyer to Aboriginal Affairs Manager, Kate Chaney is now an Independent Candidate for the Australian Federal Seat of Curtin. Kate is focused on real climate action, integrity, a future-focused economy, and inclusive communities. We chat about some of the biggest concerns coming from her electorate, why we …
 
The iconic pink and fun dough creations stole our heart in 2017- so how did Australia’s favourite Pretzel stop become such a sensation? We chat to the Pretzel Queen herself about where the idea came from, how she created her much-loved brand, and why not everyone is cut out to start their own business. If you want more Brittany and Pretzel, you can…
 
Co-Founder & Chief Purpose Officer at Modern People, Jennifer knows a thing or two about living life with purpose and finding meaning in the workplace. She’s on a mission to show leaders how to be better people by using purpose, culture and impact. We get talking about creating a safe working environment, her personal journey, and how gender equali…
 
Katharine has had quite an impressive journey from investment manager at Brandon Capital Partners to director and CEO of OncoRes Medical, a medtech startup changing the game for surgeons removing cancer. We chat about how the technology works, why it’s improving medical outcomes for breast cancer patients and how her hobby of sewing led her into su…
 
Tania is a woman on a mission to encourage gender equality in the workplace, starting from the very top. Currently Executive Officer at CEO’s for Gender Equity, she’s worked to successfully shift the conversation in Western Australia from fixing women to fixing workplaces. Her goal? To ensure all CEOs assume responsibility and accountability for cr…
 
We love a woman working hard to make a difference. Enter Rachael, Co-Founder and Chair of Dress for Success Perth. A working mother of two school-aged children, Rachael understands the challenges faced by women in the workplace and securing employment. Dress For Success Perth is a WA-based charity set up to support vulnerable women by helping them …
 
She’s a woman on a mission to nurture bright minds and tackle poverty with the power of education. Fadzai is no stranger to success and giving back as CEO of Avenues Australia (a leading NDIS service provider), founder of The African Dream Foundation, and holder of board roles in several not-for-profit organisations. We had her in to talk about wha…
 
Making all of us twenty-something-year-olds feel slightly underaccomplished, Elizabeth is a 23-year-old entrepreneur on a mission to transform our education system for the better. Founder of Purposeful and Co-Founder of Next Revolution, she’s passionate about helping young people find their place in the world and changing the way we educate them ab…
 
Introducing the Break the Bias podcast. A podcast by So Perth to celebrate the stories of inspiring women this International Women's Day. This year's theme is #BreaktheBias. We’ll be talking to some empowering Perth women and hearing their stories as we work towards starting conversations about gender equality and creating a world free of bias, ste…
 
Martin Dougiamas is the founder and lead developer of the Open Source Learning Management System Moodle which exceeds one hundred million users globally, and in every country on the planet. If you have studied or worked in an Academic institution in the past two decades, there is a good chance your online frame work ran off the Moodle Management Sy…
 
Craig P. Bauer is an associate professor of mathematics at York College of Pennsylvania and the editor-in-chief of Cryptologia. He was the 2011-2012 Scholar-in-Residence at the National Security Agency (NSA) Center for Cryptologic History, where he wrote several papers for NSA journals, gave numerous lectures, and made substantial progress on a sec…
 
Robert D. Martin - a British-born biological anthropologist who is currently an Emeritus Curator at The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Illinois. He is also an adjunct professor at University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and University of Illinois Chicago. His research spans the fields of anthropology, evolutionary biology and h…
 
Ever wondered about those mysterious creatures of the deep?! Dr. Sutton’s research focuses on the ecology of marine systems, particularly those of the open ocean , with emphasis on the fauna and ecology of the deep-pelagic zone by combining observational, organismal and theoretical approaches to help understand Earth’s largest, but least known ecos…
 
Dr. John Hutchinson, Evolutionary Biomechanist Dinosaur locomotion utilises the fragments of paleontological finds to piece together the mysteries of movement taken by these gigantic lizards. Professor John Hutchinson is a leading expert in the biomechanics and locomotion of large terrestrial creatures. John regularly participates in science commun…
 
Dead men tell no tales. But the bugs infesting their corpses sure do. Dr. Paola Magni is a forensic biolost specialising in the application of natural sciences, such as entomology, to crime scene investigations. Educated at the University of Turin in Italy, Dr Magni has worked in a court-of-law and has been instrumental solving keynote cases using …
 
Rhodri Jeffries-Jones is the Professor Emeritus of American History at the University of Edinburgh and has made a career delving into the history of espionage and secret intelligence agencies around the world. He took his Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge and has been a postdoctoral fellow and visiting professor at the Harvard and the University…
 
Considering we spend 33% of our lives asleep we know very little about sleep or dreaming from a science perspective. Dr. Michael Schredl from the University of Mannheim, Germany has published over 70 articles and authored 3 books on dream research and is considered one of the world's foremost expert on dream research. His work explores areas such a…
 
The polar bear, king of the Arctic, is one of the world's most recognizable animals. Images of the majestic beasts roaming across the ice cap, plunging into frigid waters, and playing with furry cubs have come to symbolize the beauty and grandeur of the Arctic. .Through informative and engaging language, Derocher carefully explains the sea ice ecos…
 
Patrick Dixon is the researcher and author of the paper 'The Differenting Personal and Tactical Dimensions of Head Coaches in the NFL: Why is Bill Belichick Successful when others are not? Belichick is of course the coach of the New England Patriots – an American football team that seems to have conquered the System of American Football – loved or …
 
Paleoanthropologist Rick Potts heads the Smithsonian’s Human Origins Program and holds the Peter Buck Chair in Human Origins at the National Museum of Natural History. Since joining the Smithsonian in 1985, Rick has dedicated his research to piecing together the record of Earth’s environmental change and human adaptation. His ideas on how human evo…
 
Borgo San Dalmazzo, Italy, winter 2013. A little town is shaken by the discovery of a mummified body. Who is the mummy and why was it placed on a chair? Listen to how the Bug Whisperer helps the police solve this intricate case from Perth, Australia. - Borgo San Dalmazzo, inverno del 2013. La quiete di un piccolo paese viene scossa dalla scoperta d…
 
Lago di Bracciano, Italy, All Saints' Day 2012. A girl is found dead near a lake. Dr Paola Magni, a bug whispering forensic scientist helps police find the culprit. - Lago di Bracciano, 1 novembre 2012. Una ragazza viene trovata priva di vita su una spiaggia del lago. L’unico sospettato del delitto è il fidanzato, ma mancano le prove. Dove le trove…
 
2012, February 28th, Piverone, Italy. A local man goes missing. A clairvoyant predicts he will be found in the lake’s water. Is she right? The Bug Whisperer knows - Piverone, Italia, 28 febbraio 2012. L’intero paese è alla ricerca nella campagna di un uomo scomparso. Una chiaroveggente vaticina che l’uomo verrà trovato nelle acque di un lago della …
 
2006, July 17th, Turin. We are in the middle of the Italian summer, Italy has just won its fourth soccer World Cup and a body is found in a tip, rolled in an old carpet. Find out how a quirky bug expert forensic scientist frees a wrongly accused pimp and helps police find the true killer. - Fa caldo il 17 luglio 2006, quasi 30 gradi e umido… un cap…
 
A sneak preview of The Bug Whisperer, a new four part podcast series produced in Italian. Follow Dr Paola Magni, an Italian forensic entomologist as she solves real life cases of murder, mummies and disappearance. - Un'anteprima di The Bug WHisperer, un nuovo podcast in quattro episodi realizzato in italiano. Seguite le storie di Paola Magni, un'en…
 
Dr Baer is the Director of the Centre for Integrative Bee Research (CIBER) at the University of Western Australia. CIBER is the first large-scale organisation focused on honey bee research in Australia. It conducts research into an array of bee-related issues, including honey bee reproduction, immunity, ecology and how best to protect bees from fut…
 
The Tasmanian Devil -A rare creature with a mytically ferocious temper made famous through the animated series Looney Tunes that is unfortunately under threat from a rare type of cancer eating through the tiny and remote population still in existence. Dr. Rodrigo Hamede is a Wildlife Ecologist specializing in Infections Diseases who is tackling thi…
 
Ever wondered about those mysterious creatures of the deep?! Dr. Tracey Sutton from Nova Southeastern University's research focuses on the ecology of marine systems, particularly those of the open ocean , with emphasis on the fauna and ecology of the deep-pelagic zone by combining observational, organismal and theoretical approaches to help underst…
 
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