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Presented by Tim Caple with new podcasts out every week. The worlds greatest football club Real Madrid generate a huge amount of news, rumour and speculation here at the Real Madrid podcast we round up all of the current headline making stories relevant to Madrid.
 
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In our final episode for season 2, Caspar speaks with 32-year-old registered nurse Grace Wetherall. Grace works in a hospital intensive care unit (ICU) where she looks after patients in critical conditions with acute injuries often leading to death. Grace explains how people are more likely than ever to die in a hospital instead of in their own ...…
 
Caspar speaks with 26 year old Afghani refugee and social entrepreneur Hedayat Osyan. A former refugee from Afghanistan's Hazara ethnic minority, Hedayat came to Australia by boat when he was 17 after fleeing persecution by the Taliban. He now runs a small business and social enterprise called Nick Tiling Services. Hedayat started the business ...…
 
Caspar speaks with 28 year old CEO, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Harmonious Productions: Laura Voss. Laura is a video game developer who, along with her peers at Swinburne University, started her own independent games development company straight out of university. Harmonious Productions specialises in developing nonviolent and positive ...…
 
Ever wondered what it would be like to be a legit rockstar? In this episode, Caspar speaks to 32 year old rock musician Michael Lars Godde. He has travelled the world playing original music composed with his two bands "Me" and "Other Animals" (Facebook, Instagram). Michael has shared stages with the likes of Portishead, the Red Hot Chilli Peppe ...…
 
Come binge thinking with 29-year-old Tiny Homes enthusiast Molly Bryson. With a burning interest in design, fuelled by an unsustainable housing market and several YouTube sessions led Molly to build a Tiny Home with her partner. The only challenge? She had no carpentry skills. A wide ranging and, at times philosophical conversation covering sus ...…
 
In this podcast, we bring you Caspar's conversation with 27 year old comedy writer, satirist and podcaster James Colley. James is a standup comedian, a writer on several well-known Australian comedy TV shows including 'Tonightly', 'Gruen', and 'The Weekly with Charlie Pickering'. He co-hosts the podcast 'Stop the Posts' and is creator of the po ...…
 
Caspar gets binge thinking mental health with 30-year-old psychologist Vicki Smith. Join them as they talk about the different types of psychologists, therapists and counsellors and where you might look for advice or help. Vicki describes the differences between psychosis, bipolar disorder, mania and schizophrenia, the line between hope and mad ...…
 
Caspar speaks to 33 year old lawyer and social pioneer Dion McCurdy about NewVote, an online direct democracy platform. The two discuss Dion's faith in ordinary people’s ability to solve difficult political problems, the case for direct democracy in Australia, and how these systems work in other countries like Switzerland, Spain and even the Un ...…
 
In this episode, Caspar speaks with 25 year old community leader Bee Shrestha. Bee is the founder of a social enterprise called Guilty Pleasures, that teaches work skills and provides independent livelihood to trafficked women in Nepal. Bee also runs her own international development company and is an avid public speaker. She hosts public 'Talk ...…
 
Caspar binges with his good friend Jamie Wood on life and work as a physiotherapist, small business owner, DJ, and avid bike tourer. After training in industrial design, Jamie shares his story in figuring out his passion in relieving pain and bringing joy to both people and for himself. He uses the four key pillars of his life to create this ef ...…
 
Caspar binge thinks his way through the global fashion industry with designer and small business owner, Kate Mackay. After over a decade in the biz, Kate launched her own fashion label – Flared Fashion - in the last 2 years and has been met with great success in the Australian retro festival market. She makes custom pieces, designs and creates ...…
 
Have you ever wondered what your life would be like if you lived on a boat? What about if you spent your life working toward that most idealistic goal of all: World Peace? We all dream about our a better world, but working for community groups or NGOs is often a life of very little pay and even less payoff. So why would someone with experience ...…
 
Join Caspar in Episode 31 of Binge Thinking where he explores the journey of creative writer, filmmaker and social entrepreneur, Domini Marshall. The two binge on Domini’s passion for story telling, her struggle with work life suffering from bad managers, her mission to address women’s representation in the media, how her own experience with se ...…
 
Have you read Australia's constitution? Did you know that our political system is different to the British even though we inherited their laws? Why do you think the high court of Australia supported the government to conduct a postal survey for Marriage Equality and was that legal? Join Caspar as he binges with lawyer and life long political ac ...…
 
Amost half of all Australians are either born overseas or have at least one parent from another country. That's a lot of people who have had to come to terms with their dual identity. For some of us, the difference between these cultures is minor, but for others a mixed background makes you an outsider wherever you go. This episode Caspar speak ...…
 
Ever heard of a digital artist? Among other things, it's the kind of job where you get to work on marvel films and helps builds giant robots. Sounds cool huh? In this episode, Caspar speaks to 29 year old digital artist Paul Fleer. Paul has a background in architecture, but decided to swap careers early on to escape the rigidity of the industry ...…
 
Binge Thinking is back with travel writer and photographer, Kristin Addis. Caspar and Kristin get bingeing on Kristin’s journey from investment banker to author, blogger, and Instagram influencer in the world of travel. Kristin has published two books, and specialises in solo female travelling. She also runs her blog through her self-made platf ...…
 
Have you ever wondered why some people work so hard but never see financial success? Are you confused about how an economy works? What industry will have the next big boom? And where will jobs be in the future? Binge Thinking returns for 2018 with 27 year old research economist David Murakami. Growing up in a working class family, David's inter ...…
 
Caspar binge thinks with Bar Manager and Anti-Sexual Harassment pioneer and leader, Rose Gaumann. Rose is the founder of Bars of the North, an initiative that combats sexual harassment in bar culture throughout Melbourne’s inner north. With a wealth of experience in the industry, Caspar and Rose navigate the struggles of effecting change in a i ...…
 
In this episode, Caspar speaks with 29 year old professional actor Jonathon Peck. Johnathan binge thinks the life of a working actor, the differences between acting for stage vs screen, and the challenges, sexism, and rejection of show business. Johnathan's CV includes work on Neighbours and the 2016 film Lion. He will be appearing in the Melbo ...…
 
In this episode Caspar gets binge thinking with 31 year old sociologist, Amy MacMahon. Amy has spent the last four years completing her PhD on adaptation initiatives in Bangladesh rolled out by NGOs and governments to combat climate change. She investigates how these initiative impact women farmers specifically and perpetuate gender inequality. ...…
 
Are you afraid of heights? Have you ever wondered why some people love mountain climbing in extreme conditions? Caspar speaks to 29 year old Josh Worley about The Vertical Year: his mission to spend 12 months climbing mountains around the world while raising $100,000 for mental health and environmental charities. Josh explains how climbing help ...…
 
Yeah so there are these solar panels that just take the sun's energy and turn it into electricity. Maybe you've got them on your roof? But have you ever wondered how this actually works? Samantha Hood is a 26 year old physicist who is pushing solar technology to brave new heights. Come binge thinking as she explains how solar technology is repl ...…
 
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a musical prodigy? To have shunned school for your passion? In this episode, Caspar speaks to Melbourne-based Gambian musician Amadou Suso. Amadou comes from a family of storytelling musicians, and is considered one of the world's greatest Kora players. He shares his journey from Gambia to Aust ...…
 
Join Caspar as he binge thinks the complex nature of wars, conflict and peace building with 32 year old senior lecturer Jasmine Westendorf. Jasmine is an expert in the field of international relations, specialised in conflict resolution. Jasmine shares her journey from waitressing to running an entire degree program in one of Melbourne's “most ...…
 
Caspar gets binge thinking with 31 year old Melbourne artist Gerard Geer. Gerard first came to public prominence when the Victorian government ordered him to destroy all his artwork. Since then, he's made up with the state, started teaching skeletal articulation, and gone viral on Instagram. Listen in as we recount his crazy adventure. Produced ...…
 
Lets get real folks. A huge amount of people care about their skin. Whether its from a cosmetic perspective or for medical reasons, humans are both vain and concerned about their external physical imperfections. Join Caspar as he binge thinks his way through unchartered territory with guest, Rachael Hofer. Rachael works as a skin specialist in ...…
 
Caspar speaks to 32 year old Alex Litherland about his journey from working in the arts to becoming a teacher. Alex is about to embark on a crazy bicycle touring adventure around the US to raise money for two local charities trying to cope under the Trump Administration - the ACLU and the NRDC. Alex's campaign Unite the States is also a learnin ...…
 
In this episode, Binge Thinking brings you marine scientist, turtle rescuer and mother of joeys Jessie Hildebrand. Jessie shares her unique experiences at the Quoin Island Turtle Rehabilitation Centre. She also schools Caspar in the pollution from Tasmanian fish farming, ethical meat consumption, and riffs on the Great Barrier Reef in crisis. W ...…
 
Scientist and writer Cathal O'Connor joins Caspar to discuss his piece 'A Modern Epic: The Gilgamesh Quest'. In this final Binge Thinking collaboration with Griffith Review, Cathal explores humankind's pursuit of immortality, the science of ageing, and the tech philosophers that thinks they can crack eternal life. When he isn't writing, Cathal ...…
 
Binge Thinking is back with our third episode in collaboration with the Griffith Review: Millennials Strike Back. Kavita Bedford joins Caspar in the binge tank to discuss her piece ‘The Spectator: Something distant called war’. Kavita also binged on her work countering violent extremism in Western Sydney with the Mapping Frictions, and as edito ...…
 
Been to university? Student debt making you sweat? In 2017, the Australian government decided to cut university funding (again!) Debts will also have to be repaid sooner. But where are the full-time jobs? Wages aren't growing, houses aren't affordable and most of our parents didn't even pay for university! Come on a BONUS BINGE with Sophie John ...…
 
He lawyers. He writes. He’s deputy editor of the New Philosopher magazine, and is one of the pioneers of Behind the Wire… and he’s just had a baby! André Dao works tirelessly to document lived experiences of refugees and asylum seekers in Australia’s harsh detention system. His group Behind the Wire has just released a podcast (The Messenger), ...…
 
Exciting news Binge Thinkers! We are launching our collaboration with the Griffith Review: Millennials Strike Back. Our first special guest is writer Sophie Allan. Caspar and Sophie sat down and got Binge Thinking on Sophie's memoir 'Under the Skin: Home, history and love in patriarchy'. The two discuss the complex gender rules and roles develo ...…
 
Hello Good People of Binge Thinking! In our latest episode, Caspar brings you the Binge Thinking of 30 year-old engineer and small business owner Dan Barwick. You might not think you can run a business, but Dan explains how getting sick of working for out of touch boomers inspired him to work for himself, make some serious coin, and reshape his ...…
 
Welcome back Bingers! This episode of Binge Thinking saw Caspar sitting down with Disability Support Worker, Adie Volich. Adie has worked face-to-face with people living with disabilities at the Melbourne-based Milparinka organisation for the last eight years. They binged on the physical and social barriers that people with disabilities face in ...…
 
Hello Binge People! Have you ever been to a music festival? What about the Olympics? Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes? Caspar sat down with self-made festival extraordinaire Goose McGrath. Goose left school to run these events, and now at 31, he has his own company Parachute International, started his own festival in 2016 called The ...…
 
Hello Bingelings! For our latest, Binge Thinking got hot and sexy with Feminist and Sex Worker Cara van Park*. Caspar and Cara binged on sex work in Australia, how she entered the industry, navigating consent, the intersection of her feminism and work, stereotypes and shaming, managing her privacy and the belief in individualism and commitment ...…
 
Binge Thinking has moved. And in quintessential Melbourne style, Caspar spoke with musical genius Nick Herrera. Aside from running his own production studio (Nick Herrera Production) he also performs vocals for the band Kalacoma. Nick binged on working within the northside scene of Melbourne (including with Hiatus Kaiyote), running his own busi ...…
 
After a brief interlude (#1) Caspar went into the wide wonderful world of Speech Pathology with Katherine Gehrke (@klgehrke). Aside from helping children (and their parents) overcome speech problems, Katherine is also an avid science communicator who suffers from imposter syndrome. Caspar and Katherine binged on work, passion, internal conflict ...…
 
It's been hot in Brisbane recently, a little too hot! Forget the Hottest 100, 2016 was the third year in a row claiming 'hottest year ever'. In this episode, Caspar got cooked binge thinking with Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC) activist and all around good-guy Nick Carter. Nick schooled Caspar in all things climate change in Australia ...…
 
After a restful Xmas and New Year, Caspar sat down with evolutionary scientist Kate Garland. Despite only having finished her Bachelor of Science (with Honours) at the University of Queensland, Kate is already a published author from her work with the Weisbecker lab. She is also the Queensland coordinator of Jane Goodall's Roots and Shoots prog ...…
 
In this very first episode, Caspar gets binge thinking with Brisbane-based filmaker Jeff Andersen Jnr about what it's like being a young creative in the arts industry today. Jeff's work spans film, TV, and photography with a specialty in content for the music industry. He has directed film clips for Courtney Barnett and Tired Lion, and is a reg ...…
 
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