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Diary of an Anzac
Stories from World War One, as told by the men and women who were there. Series written and produced by Tony Peterson for Macquarie Media. Coverart Image: By JERRYE & ROY KLOTZ MD - CC BY-SA 3.0
Anzac Podcast
A podcast about Victoria Police members who fought as Anzacs.
Anything and everything is fair game for discussion here. Let’s get our thoughts out there.
A Narrative of Personal Experiences of the Officer Commanding the 4th Field Ambulance, Australian Imperial Force . From his leaving Australia December 1914 till his evacuation due to illness after 5 months at Gallipoli. Read to remember those who were there. (Introduction by Annise)
The Anzac involvement in the Gallipoli Campaign has had a lasting cultural impact in Australia. Why is it considered such sacred ground? These podcasts will draw together different perspectives on Gallipoli, the ANZACs and the Great War.
Talks and Lectures
Talks and lectures are held at the Shrine of Remembrance and selected offsite venues. Speakers include academics, historians, authors, veterans and other experts who present on a range of topics relating to Australian military history. As well as being available online and as a podcast, all talks and lectures are open to the general public. Details of upcoming speakers can be found on the Shrine website.
Backyard Battlefields is a military history program which explores historical sites throughout Australia and beyond. Backyard Battlefields gives Australia’s military history a context by explaining its significance within the grander narrative of world events. Presented by James De Leo.
World War I was one of the most savage and brutal wars in human history. There were millions of deaths and the tragedy was compounded by the fact that these were all young men in the flower of youth. Both sides suffered heavy losses and this war is also notable for being one in which many new and terrible weapons were introduced by both to slaughter each other. Gallipoli Diary by John Graham Gillam is one of the many personal narratives written by survivors of this bloody conflict. Published ...
My Father's Wars
Elaine Acworth is a playwright and dramatist, this series of dramatic works is based on her personal journey of discovering and reconciling the image of Bill Acworth – her father, and soldier of the two world wars. My Father's Wars was funded by the Queensland Anzac Centenary Grants program. This podcast was launched as part of the Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation project.
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This week: Active April, Anzac Day Services around Bass Coast and the Victorian Seniors FestivalBy (Bass Coast Shire Council).
Today we're going back, way back. 2004 and Kestas' creation of the code based that got WebDip, vDip, PlayDip and many more up and running. Plus a discussion on Bourse progress and the odd tangent or two. Intro The guys discuss Anzac Day in Australia and their family connections to Australia’s military participation (0 mins 10 secs)Then it’s tim ...…
It’s the final part of our Australia adventure, and we spend the day with Mark Jones and his family. Mark runs Straddie Adventures, aboriginal culture tour specialists on Queensland’s North Stradbroke Island (known as ‘Straddie’). We apologise for some poor sound quality (it gets better): hunting conditions – with Dad paddling furiously at the ...…
This week we talk UBER EATS and how it might just be the new “smashed avo”; we discover which picky food eaters have managed to ruin the best thing about ANZAC day & we ask “is nothing free anymore?”
Celebration of bravery, heroism and sacrifice of ANZAC soldiers, SBS Newsroom feature brings fragments from Gallipoli, Villers-Bretonneux and Canberra - Oslava smelosti, hrdinstva a obetavosti vojakov Anzacu zo spravodajskej dielne SBS a úryvkami prejavov v Gallipoli, Villers-Bretonneux a Canberre
This episode, the boys talk: - The Durian Leak, - Kanye West's tweets - Tal gives Caleb a present - Anzac biccies Like Saturday Warmings on Facebook
Welcome to Trans-Tasman Tales, the free podcast by the Australian High Commission in New Zealand. Today's bonus episode features Liam Kennedy, the Australian Youth Speaker at the Anzac Day National Commemoration Ceremony in Wellington. Listen to Liam's application, his chat with Australian Defence Adviser Captain Christine Clarke, RAN, andLiam' ...…
25th of April... ANZAC Day in Australia. Reflecting back on my time in the Australian Army. So many lessons learnt on the day we had to clear a landing pad for a medic chopper
Buoyed by listeners feedback on how tinny Lewis and Robbie’s voices sound compared to the rich tones of voice-over artist, Adam Zwar, the guys have invested in some new microphones. Please be patient with them as they get used to this new technology that is not a stethoscope or rectal thermometer. An update is given on the recall of the ADVANCE ...…
The boys are back! This week they talk ANZAC Day, coaching, Manly and answer your questions.
Warriors backrower Tohu Harris, who returns from his head knock this weekend against the Tigers. He missed the ANZAC Day match against his old side, the Melbourne Storm.LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH D'ARCY ABOVE
As sport becomes big business we are hearing the term Brand bandied about a great deal more. If it is not a player’s brand then it’s a team’s or a National Association’s. It would appear of late that we have witnessed a “Battle of the Brands” as Players take on their clubs or associations believing that they are bigger than both. To try and mak ...…
This week we look back at the Anzac Day performance. We open up the discussion on our season to date and Mini answers questions from the fans. And lastly we look ahead to Sunday afternoons must win match against Manly.
Pies and The Producer are back and you know what they say, you're only as good as your last two games. Wins for the Eels, Giants and Eagles have the boys in a good mood for this wrap of the weekend.Pies and The Producer are back and you know what they say, you're only as good as your last two games. Wins for the Eels, Giants and Eagles have the ...…
Jon Blake discusses ANZAC Day, the 4G outage, the newest Facebook Scam plus a new episode of Behind Closed Doors.
The highlight of this week’s episode is the introduction of our new feature, ‘Story-time with Erin’ - listen to Erin read aloud two short stories with wonderful humour and expression! In addition, we discuss the House Athletics Day, all things related to ANZAC Day, including some of our very own students’ poetry; and Lola Freeman of 5/6A talks ...…
Warriors players Blake Ayshford and Jazz Tevaga in the studio. They talk about the Anzac Day loss to the Storm, the success they’ve had this season (before the loss in Melbourne) and the ‘honesty session’ that changedattitudes within the club.
Darren and John share how God sanctifies us together as His People, around the ANZAC concepts of Courage, Mateship, Endurance and Sacrifice.
MMM call teams Anthony Maroon talks Anzac round Abba recording new music in Entertainment news More bizarre stories in You can't be Serious
A massive game to finish what has been a close ANZAC round in the NRL, Parramatta and West Tigers traded tries throughout the course of the game. It was Manu Ma'u and the kick from Mitchell Moses was enough for the Eels to secure the points over the West Tigers 24-22. Here is how Jimmy Smith, Laurie Daley and Steve Roach saw the action from ANZ ...…
Evan and Binksy go booze free while chatting about Anzac Day at an old favourite pub, Binksy being defeated by cheese and Amyl and the Sniffers. In TV we talk about ads, recap the latest episode of Westworld and in wrestling we discuss Titus and the WWE Greatest Royal Rumble. Cheers!
This week how a fish cannery is hoping to revitalise a forgotten favourite food; and the latest silo artwork to commemorate Anzac Day.
An Australian priest has used Anzac Day to highlight the plight of refugees and asylum seekers held in detention centres in Nauru and Manus Island;The Vanuatu Government says it has received a number of offers of land to accommodate Ambae Islanders forced to move by the latest volcanic eruption; Pacific leaders have joined an ambitious commitme ...…
This week is the Dingoes' yearly ANZAC retrospective, we cover the new attacks on the day, how it is still relevant to us as a people and it's future. In the second half of the show, we cover some local Victorian POZ and question the viability of restoring any part of the state not just greater Melbourne, required PONZI posting and the Incel up ...…
Episode 48 Is average. It’s anzac day so I talk about my bogan anzac day, getting immunized and the new podcast I”m working on. Was Adam from the bible actually into bestiality?? We shall see!!
Today across Australia and New Zealand we pay respect to those who have fought to defend (and are defending) our two nations from enemy forces. It's a time to reflect on the sacrifices made by those serving and their families.On today's special edition of The Trekzone Spotlight, I'm joined by Squadron Leader Nicholas Bird from the Royal Austral ...…
Dulce et Decorum est Pro Patria Mori: Wilfred Owen (8 March 1893 – 4 November 1918)Dr Sue Wareham, President, Medical Association for Prevention of War (Australia) speaks with us about ANZAC Day, Australia’s participation in the industrial military complex and the urgent need to work toward peaceGraeme Dunstan reports from the ANZAC Eve Peace V ...…
In this Episode we debate whether the Anzac Test should be played on Anzac Day, whether the World Cup is to blame for the NRL’s topsy turvy start this year, how to build the NRL brand, as well as our tips for round 8 of the NRL. Join us as we build a rugby league community for all… the Rugby League Republic Podcast starts right now…..…
Talksport looks at the NBA playoffs, previews the first legs of the UEFA Champions League semi-final and looks at the AFL ANZAC round so far. Tas Mavridis @tasmavridis97 Kavisha Di Pietro @kavishadipietro Sam Bunn @SamBunn9 Parth Sonecha @parthsonecha
James Morrison Andy Stott from SAPOL Matthew Dixon from Rotary Scams Gross Stuff Exhibitions and a Royal Baby
The Royals and The Rock both had babies overnight and we're pitting them head to head in our first ever baby show down. Plus we speak to Peter Swandale, President of the Bendigo RSL about Anzac Day in Central Victoria.
Corey and Brett are here for a quickfire mid round podcast Bonfz slacking away over seas they touch on the issues that have popped up in a messy round 5 - Fritsch, Sic, Zork and more Enjoy
- The Dragons take on the Roosters in the first Anzac Day clash - Plus the Storm and the Warriors in Melbourne at 7pm - And on Thursday night, the Broncos go up against the Bunnies - without Sam Burgess
Mandy catches up with Pat Cox from the Griffith War Memorial Museum to talk about the different displays and honour rolls that folks can see after the mid-morning Anzac Day service in Griffith, plus a chat with Member for Murray Austin Evans about funding for war memorials and other tribute sites.
Rich Uncle Mal weighs in on the arrival of a new royal baby; Ben Roberts-Smith, VC, on Anzac Day; Curtis McGrath served for Australia,was injured badly, yet recovered to become a paralympian; Anzac Day connections run deep; and Marto headed out to the Enoggera Barracks.
Melbourne Storm's Ryley Jacks spoke to Garry and Tim about the ANZAC Day clash with the Warriors and more.
Highlights include: Turns out Susie’s visit to that weird sex museum in Hobart got even weirder, Kip’s been getting nose bleeds, the boys want (KJ) to buy a race horse, BACHELOR IN PARADISE’s Apollo joins us in studio, as does Aussie singer Samantha Jade. PLUS – in honour of ANZAC Day tomorrow, we’re joined by Aussie hero and one of only four V ...…
Jonty and Jimmy talk the 7 games played of round 5 thus far. Also preview ANZAC day game and the ANZAC game eve. Discuss what is the deal with the Cornes boys and who is next Carlton's captains. Partners In Crime by Alexander Nakarada | Music promoted by Attribution 4.0 Intern ...…
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