Best Qld podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Sportsday QLD
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Sports Radio Show Hosted by League Greats Gary Belcher and Scott Sattler.
 
4BC Drive with Mark Braybrook
 
Sermons from Riverside Christian Church, Chelmer, QLD, Australia
 
We please to release Two Touch , its first podcast in QLD dedicated to Futsal. Weekly show we going to discuss Futsal topics like Series Futsal Premier league as well have special guests each time. Share it on your social media lets talk Futsal
 
People Who Are Politicians is about finding out about people....who happen to be politicians. We will be catching up with Politicians from local, state and federal levels to find out who they are and why they are politicians, all while finding out more about our nation's electorates.Comment and rate if you enjoyed and if you have any suggestions or if you're politician and you want to help by getting involved, tweet me @WhoPoliticians or email me at peoplepoliticians@gmail.comAlso, like us o ...
 
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Only Human Radio
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Reel Adventures
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Reel Adventures
 
Disciples Church Springfield is an independent, evangelical church, keen to impact the greater Springfield area with the grace of the Gospel. Our Lead Pastor is Greg Gardiner. Our vision is that every member of the Church will know Jesus enough to follow Him, love God enough to obey Him, love people enough to serve them, trust the Father enough to risk everything to advance His kingdom, and trust the Holy Spirit enough to let Him change them and use them for His glory. Check out our website ...
 
Sunday Service Messages from Freedom Church on Bribie Island (QLD, Australia).
 
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Puntersland
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Helping you to find all the winners Racing in Queensland. Thoroughbred, Harness and Greyhounds.
 
RN Drive takes you behind the day’s headlines, with an engaging mix of current affairs, analysis, arts and culture from across Australia and around the world.
 
Sunday Service Messages from Freedom Church on Bribie Island (QLD, Australia).
 
Suzuki announced partnership with KSF RACING for 2018 season
 
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AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. With key political interviews and stories about the Australian way of life, AM sets the agenda for the nation’s daily news and current affairs coverage.
 
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Hack
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Shoving the J into journalism, Hack covers current affairs, music, politics and culture with youth in mind. Get our half-hour radio program sent directly to you each weekday.
 
For tons of laughs, plenty of sport and some great rock, get into The Big Breakfast with Marto, Robin and The Moonman 5.30am-9am on 104.5 Brisbane’s Triple M or catch up with the show here.
 
RN Breakfast is the program informed Australians wake up to. Start each day with comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events, and hear interviews with the people who matter today—along with those who'll be making news tomorrow.
 
A Saturday sport and lifestyle show for Brisbane with Margo and Sam Hargreaves 10am-12pm.
 
We talk to professional jewellers and industry makers and shakers for insights to a broad range of subjects in the jewellery trade.: : SUBSCRIBE to stay updated : :Released monthly from Sydney, Australia.
 
The official Friendlyjordies Podcast! A weekly podcast.
 
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Innovation at Work
Monthly
 
Launching a new idea, method or product without a model for success can be challenging. The Innovation at Work podcast, hosted by Gavin Tye, sits down with industry leaders to discover how they approach innovation within their organisations exploring the mindset, models and strategies allowing innovation to thrive. We interview guests from enterprise, startups, small business, industry groups and government to discover what's working and what we can all learn from it. We discuss everything f ...
 
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BaristaBrooks
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Hi, I’m 23. An Australian Barista. In Sunny Coast, QLD. And this is my journey.
 
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ABC radio news and current affairs afternoon program reporting on Australia and the world.
 
Rural news and information for Queensland primary producers.
 
Townsvillians have spent the past two decades waking each morning to Steve “Pricey” Price. He is a local icon. Breakfast with Pricey is an extremely local affair. As well as all the news that's happening in town, there's sport news and weather.Listen live every weekday morning on Triple M Townsville 102.3 or catch up online.
 
Current affairs, media analysis, alternative media.
 
Welcome to the City Shapers podcast - a series where we sit down in conversation with the creators and custodians of Australia’s property and built environment industry. In this series, we’ll be talking to corporate leaders and entrepreneurs, designers and placemakers, innovators and disruptors. We’ll be exploring what’s important in this industry and how we tackle the challenges and opportunities that confront us in the future. This series is brought to you by The Urban Developer - Australi ...
 
"Wellness for the busy person" Sally is a mum to triplets, a previous Australian PT of the year, ex Qld Police officer of 17 years, a business woman and a fierce advocate for autism awareness. She's on a mission to discover what we can all do to make ourselves healthier and lead a meaning life.
 
Welcome to the Terrestrial Nomad Podcast! This podcast is a narrative of my antics... Highly informal and slightly informative.
 
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Pellowe Talk
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Interviews and commentary at the intersection of culture, politics and Truth.Join host Dave Pellowe and his guests each episode for opinion, discussion and debate about the important public issues that are shaping the future of our nation.Genuinely positive social progress has a healthy balance of steady improvements and mature regard for the traditions and history that we build upon.
 
What is life like in the most vibrant district in Queensland? Who are the people? What are they like? What's going to happen in the future?
 
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Stick Together
Weekly
 
Australia's only national radio show focusing on industrial, social and workplace issues. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.
 
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This is Brisbane
Monthly
 
What you need to know today in Brisbane
 
Mornings with Dave Perkins, weekdays 9:00pm to 12:00pm
 
Saturday Mornings with Luke Grant
 
Your quick, 60-second daily dose of Australian Football!
 
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Radio Vet Nurse
Monthly
 
Cat Robinson, veterinary nurse and co-owner of Ready Vet, brings you Radio Vet Nurse. Each episode you’ll hear from a different vet nurse about their personal experiences in life and in vet nursing. Vet nursing is definitely not an easy job. It can be physically, mentally and emotionally demanding. And yet, for most of us, we absolutely love it. We’re passionate about what we do. So, when it comes to vet nurses, who are we? How do we achieve greatness in our work? What brings us together as ...
 
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Humans of Purpose
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Each week, Mike Davis of Purposeful brings you meaningful conversations with inspiring and purpose-driven individuals from our community. Guests join Mike for a relaxed conversation at his home to discuss their career journey and purpose, how they aim to create change and how they leverage their impact. Tea, coffee or single malt whiskey are provided as we traverse meaningful subjects and gain insights into business and community.
 
The Rugby League Republic podcast aims to provide all fans of rugby league with an entertaining and informative look at the world of rugby league, from the fans’ perspective. Download the Rugby League Republic podcast via the link below or via iTunes
 
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Sarah's Spot
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Sarah Speller loves to “Keep up with Appearances” and regularly promotes events, activities and personalities coming to the great city of Cairns.Sarah's Spot airs Saturdays between 2:00pm and 3:00pm
 
Get the best bits from our Saturday rugby show to pass to your mates!
 
Banksy and Pinky waking you up on the radio every weekday mornings 5 – 9am on Triple M Central Queensland
 
The Australian Rescue Podcast is where you’ll hear stories from rescuers in field, that are told by rescuers for rescuers.Join Steve for each episode as he talks with guests who are rescuers across the country who share what they’ve been through, and hear the stories and how we can learn from these experiences.Whether it be Police Rescue, Fire & Rescue, SES, VRA, Ambulance Rescue or even Coast Guard rescues, it’ll be a good ride, so tell your friends to subscribe to this podcast. Steve Monro ...
 
The Rugby League Republic podcast aims to provide all fans of rugby league with an entertaining and informative look at the world of rugby league, from the fans’ perspective. Download the Rugby League Republic podcast via the link below or via iTunes
 
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The Verdict
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The Verdict is Triple M’s NRL show. Tune in for wrap ups from each game and round of the NRL season.
 
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Living the Dream
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The Brisbane Anticapitalist Smash Hit Podcast http://thewordfromstrugglestreet.wordpress.com
 
Join Mark for breakfast across Cairns on Triple M
 
What do Stav (Mr Brisbane), Abby (every gal’s best friend who tells it like it is), Matty (the glue that holds this whole ship together) have in common? They join forces each morning to create hit105’s breakfast show! If you’re into keeping it real with raw, honest conversations, laughing out loud (usually at Abby’s mispronounced words) and a few "Did they say that moments" than listen every weekday morning 6-9am on hit105 Brisbane or catch up with the show here.
 
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Hits such as Bus Stop, He Ain’t Heavy and The Air I Breath made The Hollies as much the sound of the 60s as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. The band is headed to the Gold Coast next February on thier The Road Is Long Australian tour. Singer and guitarist Tony Hicks tells Mark he always looks forward to returning to Australia.…
 
Following a recent spate of shark attacks in the Whitsundays there have been calls for a cull and claims that numbers are out of control. An analyses of Queensland Shark Control Program data all the way back to the start in 1962 tells a different story. Dr George Roff from the University of Queensland School of Biological Sciences tells Mark nu ...…
 
Queensland health authorities have raised the alarm about an increasing incidence of whooping cough. In the last few months there have been 14 outbreaks notified in schools in North Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Darling Downs, while there have been 1,595 notifications across the state this year, a 25% increase on 2017. Dr Heidi Carroll from the ...…
 
We talk to Nitso from Oz Cylone Chasers on the conditions we can expect in the next couple of days.
 
Mayor Bob Manning is soon to unveil the much anticipated Cairns Performing Arts Centre, and as he reveals in our chat together, it has been a long journey, but one worth waiting for.
 
Craig David had a lady in the UK pestering him on Twitter to go to his wedding, so we thought we would do the nice thing and hook them up on live radio, so she could ask him direct!
 
Environmentalists are calling for a review of the nation's environmental laws, which have failed to save any threatened species from extinction. There are fears the current protections are not enough to save critical koala populations under threat from habitat loss in Queensland, NSW and the ACT.
 
A group of organisations has found that an estimated $1 billion annual shortfall in funding for Australian drug and alcohol services prevents many from accessing important treatment.
 
A group of organisations has found that an estimated $1 billion annual shortfall in funding for Australian drug and alcohol services prevents many from accessing important treatment.
 
Universities say government funding for research and development is set to plunge to its lowest level as a proportion of GDP in 40 years. They're launching a campaign in support of research funding.
 
Universities say government funding for research and development is set to plunge to its lowest level as a proportion of GDP in 40 years. They're launching a campaign in support of research funding.
 
Deputy commissioner Jeremy Hirschhorn says that while there is nothing wrong with holding an offshore account there's "a few people on the list we're pretty interested about".
 
Deputy commissioner Jeremy Hirschhorn says that while there is nothing wrong with holding an offshore account there's "a few people on the list we're pretty interested about".
 
The US President Donald Trump has hit back at his former lawyer Michael Cohen who was sentenced to 3 years' jail yesterday.
 
The US President Donald Trump has hit back at his former lawyer Michael Cohen who was sentenced to 3 years' jail yesterday.
 
Behind closed doors in Brussels, the British Prime Minister Theresa May is pleading her case to European Leaders in an effort to gain concessions on the terms of her Brexit Deal.
 
Behind closed doors in Brussels, the British Prime Minister Theresa May is pleading her case to European Leaders in an effort to gain concessions on the terms of her Brexit Deal.
 
New Research published today shows that up to 92 per cent of some species have been lost in 55 years. Many of them are Apex Predators and key to a balanced ecosystem.
 
New Research published today shows that up to 92 per cent of some species have been lost in 55 years. Many of them are Apex Predators and key to a balanced ecosystem.
 
The RN Breakfast Finance Panel takes a look back at the world of finance in 2018 and discusses what could be in in store for the economy next year.
 
Federal and state water ministers are on the cusp of a what they say could be a momentous decision on the Murray Darling Basin Plan that could see the controversial rescue plan delivered in full.
 
Federal and state water ministers are on the cusp of a what they say could be a momentous decision on the Murray Darling Basin Plan that could see the controversial rescue plan delivered in full.
 
On Friday's AM: A desperate plea for more funding for drug and alcohol services; Shark numbers off the east coast of Australia are in decline; And after years of bickering could there finally be an agreement on the Murray-Darling Basin Plan?
 
A top government think tank says the Department of Veterans Affairs is out of date with the needs of modern Veterans and should be abolished.
 
On Friday's AM: A desperate plea for more funding for drug and alcohol services; Shark numbers off the east coast of Australia are in decline; And after years of bickering could there finally be an agreement on the Murray-Darling Basin Plan?
 
A top government think tank says the Department of Veterans Affairs is out of date with the needs of modern Veterans and should be abolished.
 
"This is a real test of our commitment as a nation, of our commitment as a football community."
 
Guardian Australia's political reporter Amy Remeikis joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
 
The Federal Coalition will introduce laws to prevent religious discrimination in the lead up to next year's election with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying religious freedoms are a vital part of Australia's multicultural society.
 
RN Breakfast's Sports Commentator Warwick Hadfield joins Fran Kelly to bring you news from the world of sport.
 
RN Breakfast's Sports Commentator Warwick Hadfield joins Fran Kelly to bring you news from the world of sport.
 
The Coalition has announced plans for a Commonwealth Integrity Commission but Opposition leader Bill Shorten has criticised the model for having limited scope.
 
RN Breakfast's podcast reviewer, Zoe Ferguson, this week brings you her documentary podcast picks.
 
RN Breakfast's podcast reviewer, Zoe Ferguson, this week brings you her documentary podcast picks.
 
Summertime is peak season for fireworks displays, especially around Christmas and New Years, but tonight there will also be a natural fireworks display in the night sky.
 
Butina admitted to infiltrating political groups, like the National Rifle Association, to further Russian interests. She also rubbed shoulders with US gun lobbyists, and even managed to get a question in to Trump when he was on the campaign trail.
 
Negotiations to end the world's worst humanitarian crisis, the civil war in Yemen, concluded in Sweden overnight, with both sides agreeing to a cease-fire in the strategically significant port city of Hodeidah.
 
Many Australians have received automated phone calls claiming to be from the Australian Tax Office.
 
Queensland's south east has been put on flood watch as Cyclone Own intensifies off the Northern Territory.
 
Water regulation is the latest environmental battleground in the US — but one activist says core environmental laws remain the bedrock of what she says is still quality environmental protection there.
 
Water supplies in drought-plagued parts of Australia have been shrinking for years, and now scientists are warning those areas to brace for more of the same.
 
A second Canadian who's gone missing in China has been identified as Michael Spavor. Canada's Foreign Minister Christia Freeland confirmed the second disappearance.
 
From gene-edited babies to underworld species, AI assistants and wombat poo, RN Drive revisits the biggest - and oddest - science news of the year.
 
With her leadership alive but further bruised, Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May has walked out of a no-confidence vote, where she held on by 200 votes to 117 — and pretty much straight onto a plane for Brussels.
 
Religious freedom looks set to become an election issue, with the Prime Minister promising to argue for the creation of a Religious Discrimination Act.
 
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