Best australian history podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Gladstone Colony: An Unwritten Chapter of Australian History, The by HOGAN, James Francis
 
This is an early history of the failed attempt to found the colony of North Australia at Gladstone, in what is now Central Queensland. (Summary by Timothy Ferguson)
 
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Aussie Waves Podcast
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Aussie Waves Podcast - Australian History
 
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Gallipoli and the Great War
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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.
 
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Society & Culture
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Drawing inspiration from the collections of the National Library of Australia, the Society and Culture talks keep you in touch with the Australia of the past, present and future. From the history of settlement through to studies of the environment, these talks will inspire and challenge you.
 
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Tales from Rat City
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Join us as we uncover the strange, little known and down-right bizarre history of the wild days of early Ballarat. A city that almost overnight became an international household name during the crazy days of the Australian gold rush, attracting a unique cast of fortune-seekers, charlatans, and crooks. All brought to life from first hand material by our talented voice actors. Find out more at www.talesfromratcity.com
 
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Seven Little Australians by Ethel Sybil Turner
 
This is the story of seven incorrigible children living near Sydney in the 1880’s with their military-man father, and a stepmother who is scarcely older than the oldest child of the family. A favourite amongst generations of children for over a century, this story tells of the cheeky exploits of Meg, Pip, Judy, Bunty, Nell, Baby, and The General (who is the real baby of the family), as well as providing a fascinating insight into Australian family life in a bygone era.
 
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National Museum of Australia – Audio on demand program
 
The National Museum of Australia's audio series explores Australia's social history: Indigenous people, their cultures and histories, the nation's history since 1788, and the interaction of Australians with the land and environment. The series includes talks by curators, conservators, historians, environmental scientists and other specialists.
 
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Last Stop To Nowhere
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The Australian history you never learnt at school. Hear about the complications of Australia’s past: the unsavory, the humorous and the downright perplexing. Hosted by Michael Sloan and Kyle Sherer
 
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Rum, Rebels and Ratbags
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Humourist and historian David Hunt and ABC 702’s Dom Knight take on Australian history and uncover the characters, events and a cat that you won’t find in the regular history books. This is not history for the faint-hearted.
 
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The Aussie English Podcast
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G’day and welcome to the Aussie English podcast. I’m Pete Smissen and my objective here is to teach you guys the English spoken down under. Whether you plan to travel, to work or to live in Australia or you just have an interest in our culture, history and spoken dialect of English. You have come to the right place. And whether you aim to speak English like a true blue Aussie or you just want to be able to understand “what the flippin’ hell we’re on about when we’re havin’ a yarn”. You have ...
 
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Tales from Rat City
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Digging up Ballarat's darkest secrets
 
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Genies Down Under
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Genealogy with an Australian twist. Presented by Maria Northcote, Genies Down Under is a monthly podcast bursting with lots of tips, tools and tricks for genealogists (genies), with some hints on the traps to avoid. There'll be lots of family history stories and ideas on how to get to know your own ancestors - beyond just their names and dates. So, if you're a genealogist interested in researching your family's connection to Australia, look for our free Podcast in the iTunes store.
 
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Welcome to Narangong
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The Oral History Project is an effort to record the history and culture of Narangong, South Australia’s tidiest town 1993, 2003, and 2008, winner of Australia’s best Cornish pastie 1997, and home to the renowned Nara Fighting Roos.
 
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Last Stop To Nowhere
Weekly
 
The Australian history you never learnt at school. Hear about the complications of Australia’s past: the unsavory, the humorous and the downright perplexing. Hosted by Michael Sloan and Kyle Sherer
 
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Hindsight - Program podcast
Weekly
 
Hindsight is the only program on Australian radio devoted exclusively to social history. It offers new perspectives on well-known aspects of the past and brings to light those stories long-ignored on the public record. The memories of ordinary Australians are woven into complex, credible and satisfying documentaries. Hindsight is published every Sunday.
 
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Mysterious Australia Podcast
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An Australian made podcast about paranormal and supernatural mysteries and their history in Australia. Join your host Julieanne, as she explores these spooky stories, if you dare...
 
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Mad Beef Rollerblading Podcast
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An Australian rollerblading podcast about the sport, the lifestyle and our history. About learning tricks, reviewing skates, talking to people and airing opinions.
 
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WWI Digger Stories Podcast
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Phil Mannell presents true accounts by soldiers of the Great War (World War 1). This is primary history as told by the soldiers themselves, mostly Australian diggers but possibly tommies, poilus, doughboys, kiwis or others, with additional commentary and definitions.
 
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Canadian True Crime Podcast
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The Canadian True Crime Podcast takes you on a journey through many of the most heinous and shocking crimes in recent Canadian history. Canada is one of the most beloved countries on the map - with beautiful landscapes and citizens who are known for being friendly, easy-going and progressive. However, as with any large group of people, there are always some bad eggs. This podcast will tell those stories. The Canadian True Crime Podcast is hosted by Kristi, an Australian true crime fanatic wh ...
 
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Aussie English
Daily
 
G’day and welcome to the Aussie English podcast.I’m Pete Smissen and my objective here is to teach you guys the English spoken down under. Whether you plan to travel, to work or to live in Australia or you just have an interest in our culture, history and spoken dialect of English. You have come to the right place. And whether you aim to speak English like a true blue Aussie or you just want to be able to understand “what the flippin’ hell we’re on about when we’re havin’ a yarn”. You have c ...
 
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Last Stop To Nowhere
Weekly
 
The Australian history you never learnt at school. Hear about the complications of Australia's past: the unsavory, the humorous and the downright perplexing. Hosted by Michael Sloan and Kyle Sherer
 
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Butts In Seats - The WCW Podcast
 
IT'S THE GREATEST NIGHT IN THE HISTORY OF UNPROFESSIONAL WRESTLING PODCASTING. An Australian & two Americans review WCW and WWE(F) pay-per-views,. wrestlers' movies & more! Join Frank Harris, Josh Armour and Brandon Dalton, have some laughs & take a walk down memory lane.
 
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Word for Word
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Australian English has many fascinating stories, interesting etymologies, and wonderfully weird slang. The language is constantly evolving as the world around us changes; new words are created, meanings change, and other things get left behind. In Word for Word, we explore the surprising histories behind everyday words and phrases, go behind-the-scenes with the dictionary editors, and meet some of Australia's most interesting word-lovers, from Scrabble champions to hip-hop artists. Join us a ...
 
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National Gallery of Australia | Audio Tour | Ocean to Outback: Australian Landscape Painting 1850–1950
 
Audio guide for twenty two key works from the 2007 25th anniversary of the National Gallery of Australia exhibition 'Ocean to Outback: Australian Landscape Painting 1850–1950' curated by National Gallery Director, Ron Radford AM and celebrates the rich history of landscape painting in Australia.
 
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National Gallery of Australia | Oral History Collection | James Gleeson interviews Australia's greatest artists
 
In the late 1970s Dr James Gleeson AO, Australia’s leading surrealist painter, interviewed 98 Australian artists in their studios to discuss their works that had been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia. As an artist, curator, writer and administrator, Gleeson brought a unique perspective to these conversations. The recorded interviews form the basis of a significant resource on Australian visual arts. The recordings are accompanied by 2000 reference photographs of the artworks and ...
 
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CiTR--Stranded
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Australia and Canada share vibrant independant music scenes where perhaps a similar cultural history, sense of geographic isolation, and vast touring distances, breed particular kinds of musical creativity. Join your host Matthew for a weekly mix of exciting sounds, past and present, from his Australian homeland. And journey with him as he features fresh tunes and explores the alternative musical heritage of Canada.
 
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OzPic: Picturing the Australian Environment
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OzPic is hosted by Macquarie Dictionary Editor, Susan Butler. Each episode focuses on a particular feature of the Australian environment including the origin of the words associated with that environment, and changes in their meanings throughout history. We invite all listeners to submit a photo that depicts an aspect of the Australia environment on our website, for possible inclusion in the dictionary online. OzPic was produced by media partner ABC Local Radio.
 
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The Adelaide Show
Weekly
 
A weekly podcast recorded in Adelaide that puts South Australian passion on centre stage with a featured guest who joins us each week as a co-presenter to share how they're pursuing their passions. We venture across topics as diverse as history, wine, food, art, music, relationships, critical thinking, health, news, interviews, chat and quizzes. Every single interview, every single show, unlocks insights into what drives people to be doing what they're doing and what keeps them striving. The ...
 
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For the Term of His Natural Life by CLARKE, Marcus
 
For the Term of his Natural Life, written by Marcus Clarke, was published in the Australian Journal between 1870 and 1872 (as His Natural Life), appearing as a novel in 1874. It is the best known novelisation of life as a convict in early Australian history. Described as a "ripping yarn", and at times relying on seemingly implausible coincidences, the story follows the fortunes of Rufus Dawes, a young man transported for a murder which he did not commit. The harsh and inhumane treatment mete ...
 
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TheAustralianShepherd.net Podcast | History | Training | Advice
 
Kristin Tara Horowitz from TheAustralianShepherd.net interviews Australian shepherd experts around the world about the history, care, breeding, training, and raising of this wonderful breed, the Aussie dog. We'll discover a little more about the names behind the dogs, the dogs themselves, and current and past issues.
 
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Open Your Eyes to Australia with Jim Low
 
Open Your Eyes to Australia is a series presented by Jim Low focusing on Australian themes which highlight history, people and places through the use of original songs.Jim Low is an Australian country folk singer / songwriter who plays guitar and harmonica. His songs and writing reflect a love of Australia - the history, the people and the Australian environment. Each year he travels to Australian places - listening to, and documenting, the stories of the people who live there.
 
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Your Days Are Numbered: The Terrible Business of Salmon & Dusk
 
DETECTIVES. THIEVES. TIME-TRAVELLERS. (REASONABLE RATES.) 'Somewhere in this city, there's a hole in history, in reality itself, and it's getting bigger. I'm the only detective in town who keeps an eye on what crawls through.' Kilbey Salmon has charm, a quick gob and an instinct for self-preservation. Nero Dusk has a lot of patience, a grumpy demeanour and a way with his fists. Theo Cartwright is an Australian journalist who often wonders why she spends time with either of them. In their tim ...
 
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Talks and Lectures
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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.
 
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Sovereign Hill Education's Podcast
 
Sovereign Hill is an outdoor, activated museum in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. We tell the exciting story of the Australian goldrushes. These podcasts feature experts exploring topical themes in Victorian and goldrush history.
 
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Double Dribble
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The 2016/17 National Basketball League season is set to be one of the most exciting and competitive seasons in the league's history. Quest Community News sports journalist Brayden Heslehurst and Australian basketball legend Slammin' Sam Mackinnon will cover everything happening around the league with a special focus on the Brisbane Bullets return to the competition.
 
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Beyond the Black Stump
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A podcast about learning, leadership and the limitations we impose on ourselves. The idea of the "black stump" is an Australian colloquialism, it is used to describe the limits of the mapped or surveyed area. The term seems to be derived from the practice of burning or marking a tree stump as a surveyors mark. It is also metaphor for the limits of our known universe. And it can also reflect the limitations we impose on our thinking, as this quote describes; “the Black Stump is much more than ...
 
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Your Days Are Numbered
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DETECTIVES. THIEVES. TIME-TRAVELLERS. (REASONABLE RATES.) 'Somewhere in this city, there's a hole in history, in reality itself, and it's getting bigger. I'm the only detective in town who keeps an eye on what crawls through.' Kilbey Salmon has charm, a quick gob and an instinct for self-preservation. Nero Dusk has a lot of patience, a grumpy demeanour and a way with his fists. Theo Cartwright is an Australian journalist who often wonders why she spends time with either of them. In their tim ...
 
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Language Shape
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How widely do languages differ, why do they differ, and what do these differences tell us about people and their diverse communicative needs? Currently only around 10-15% of the world’s 7,000 languages are well described, and many of the remaining 85-90% are highly endangered, including almost all of the languages of our region. Rampant language shift to colonial languages like English or Indonesian means that most languages in the region will disappear within the next century, and with each ...
 
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Lifestyle Overnight with David Prior
 
Primp that pompadour, start swiveling those hips, and get ready to rock’n’roll –Parkes Elvis Festival is back! From Wednesday 10 – Sunday 14 January 2018, over 25,000 people will shake, rattle and roll into Parkes for the biggest tribute to the King in the Southern Hemisphere. Announced today, the 2018 Parkes Elvis Festival program is jam-packe ...…
 
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Author(PHOTO: The consecration of Cluny III by Pope Urban II.[1])http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contacthttp://JohnBatchelorShow.com/scheduleshttp://johnbatchelorshow.com/blogTwitter: @BatchelorShowThe Birth of the West: Rome, Germany, France, and the Creation of Europe in the Tenth Century by Paul Collins. PART 5 of 6.From BooklistUnder the Carol ...…
 
Clinton: Comey 'forever changed history', Actress Rebel Wilson awarded record $3.6M in Australian defamation case, Boy falls into a volcanic crater in Italy
 
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Lifestyle Overnight with David Prior
 
Glen Street Theatre is proud to announce the program for the inaugural Cabaret in the Glen, the first cabaret festival on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and North Shore. Over five days and nights, and across two live stages, Glen Street Theatre will transform into a glorious feast of entertainment, theatre, music, art and conversation. From film to ...…
 
Australian immigration detainees on Manus Island are to receive $70 million in compensation, in what's been described as the biggest human rights settlement in legal history. The Commonwealth payout has been approved by the Victorian Supreme Court. But as SBS has discovered, not everyone is happy with the outcome. It's a historic class action s ...…
 
House Conspiracy's Jonathan O'Brien chats with Joseph Burgess about the life of an artist on the road. The works of Joseph Burgess concern palaeontology, the destruction of sacred sites and identity . Combining stop motion animation and time based video art with an anthroposophical sentiment The Australian Mega Fauna project aims to celebrate A ...…
 
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Lifestyle Overnight with David Prior
 
Antenna Documentary Film Festival today unveils its 2017 program, presenting a captivating line-up of the most creative and thought-provoking documentaries from Australia and around the world. The program includes 50 films from 20 countries, three film competitions with cash prizes, DocTalk sessions, filmmaker Q&A’s and Gala events. “We have wa ...…
 
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Remember When with Harvey Deegan Podcast
 
On the 5th August 1944 over 1100 Japanese prisoners of war attempted to escape a war camp near Cowra, New South Wales. Soldiers Benjamin Hardy and Ralph Jones where killed during the escape attempt. They were posthumously awarded the George Cross for gallantry. Find out about this fascinating piece of military history with historian Jay Walsh o ...…
 
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Anchors of Health: Build the healthiest you with Mindset, Nutrition, Movement and Recovery
 
Stretching and Flexibility with Kit Laughlin. Kit Laughlin is a leading authority on the subject of stretching and flexibility. He developed Stretch Therapy over the last 30 years and presents workshops world-wide in these techniques. He was awarded a Master of Letters degree by the Science Faculty of the Australian National University in Canbe ...…
 
And a happy Wattle Day to you, our beloved SubjectACT listeners! But what exactly is Wattle Day anyway, where did it come from and why, unlike Australia Day and ANZAC Day, has this long-standing Australian national day seen a bit of a decline over the years? To discuss this and more, SubjectACT's Nathan Gubler spoke with Terry Fewtrell, Preside ...…
 
We step back in time with Graham Willet, a historian from the Australian Lesbian Gay Archives (ALGA) and Reason in Revolt; a website dedicated to digitizing Australia’s radical print media. Graham joins JOY presenter Daniel to discuss all the different […] http://media.rawvoice.com/joy_informer/p/joy.org.au/theinformer/wp-content/uploads/sites/ ...…
 
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Remember When with Harvey Deegan Podcast
 
Historian Cameron Kippen chats to Tony McManus about quacks and quackery in Australia ranging from electrified corsets and belts claiming to cure weak backs and kidney disorders, magic potions and magical creams and monkey gland injections.
 
Amelia Harvey is my next guest on the MNBP and you know what? I could listen to her talk for hours. She has a charming and soothing Australian accent and more importantly, she speaks with grace about what is important to her and what she feels strongly about. Credit; Amelia Harvey Amelia works as a life and business coach and meditation teacher ...…
 
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Dr. James Chestnut Dr. James L. Chestnut has devoted his professional life to the implementation of evidence-based healthcare based on identifying and addressing the root stressor causes of illness and the genome-determined requirements for the epigenetic expression of health. He holds a Bachelor of Physical Education degree, a Master of Scienc ...…
 
What’s in Your Garage Podcast Episode #8 Mitch Brennan Bob Aldons: We’re going to talk this morning with a mate of mine who I’ve known for 40 years and his name is Mitch Brennan. Mitch, welcome to What’s In Your Garage. Mitch Brennan: Morning Bob. Thank you. Good to be here. Nice set-up you’ve got. Bob Aldons: Yeah mate. It’s just a chat betwee ...…
 
Michelle Redfern has a vision of a gender equal world, she does this by Advancing Women. This interview discusses Feminism, Football, Financial Literacy and Leadership. We had a great time talking about equality and diversity, the impact it has on the bottom line, on innovation and the economy. Topics like authenticity, feedback, vulnerability, ...…
 
“It's not the person who clinks their glass, gives the big speech and tries to project leadership. It's the person who is quietly going around and talking to everyone individually with great enthusiasm and listening.” ~ Sam Walker (Author of The Captain Class - The Hidden Force That Creates The World's Greatest Teams) The secret to winning is n ...…
 
John Bell is a titan of Australian theatre. He’s here on The Wharf to rehearse The Father by Florian Zeller. In this podcast, he discusses the show, some Australian theatre history, and whether or not he will ever retire. The Father, 19 Aug – 21 Oct 2017, Wharf 1 Theatre sydneytheatre.com.au/father Seeing the show? Let us know your thoughts. Ta ...…
 
Zac Zaharias is a deeply experienced high altitude mountaineer from Australia. He has summited six of the world’s fourteen 8000m peaks. One of only two Australians to summit that many of them. He was part of the 1st Australian ascent of Broad Peak and Dhaulagiri. He was part of the 2nd Australian ascent of Denali in Alaska in 1982. He has climb ...…
 
Mining has become a common association with the Pilbara, but as West Australians, what do we really know about the region? Bradon Ellem has spent the past 15 years researching the vast north-west. He has condensed his work into a book about the Pilbara’s ancient history and the FIFO labour workforce which changed everything.…
 
This week, Q, James and Simsy (our brand new podcaster!) discuss the on-going pay dispute in Australian Cricket, Virat Kohli making history, the refereeing in the NRL and the pressures they face, whether or not Des Hasler deserves to be sacked from the Bulldogs, the race to the AFL Finals, James Hird presenting the Norm Smith Medal, the Super R ...…
 
Yeah, G'Day! Welcome to episode one of our podcast! For our first episode we discuss the most Australian thing we can think of: Vegemite! Come with us as we find out the history of this mysterious, and delicious, black paste. You will also discover the best ways to eat Vegemite, or how it can help you the next time you have a mouth ulcer. Don't ...…
 
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With Confetti In Our Hair: Celebrating The Artistry & Music Of Tom Waits
 
Australian artist Shane Conroy tells his wild tale of attending the same tour in Melbourne and provides a bit of fascinating history on Waltzing Matilda. With a surprise cameo from fashion guest Tad Gunn, and more on how the podcast was inspired by a chance encounter with W. Kamau Bell of CNN's hit show, United Shades of America.…
 
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History is Weird
 
Did you know about the brig filled with Australian convicts that tried to get into Japan during it's 200 year isolation? Did you know about Japan's 200 year isolation in the first place? Did you know that samurai like thin pillows and that the first Japanese embassy trip to the United States had it's own Justin Bieber-esque heartthrob on board? ...…
 
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WHAT'S UP, BRO
 
This week, the Nery and Stephanie Ulloa welcome David and Vanessa as they talk R. Kelly cults, Disney Princess history, D23 2017 and Nery goes to the eye doctor. Oh, and Steph is still in Australia getting that Australian D! Also, we Have MERCH MERCH MERCH!! Go to Amazon and search for GeekBro or just click HERE! WuBro is now on INSTAGRAM! The ...…
 
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Off Track - Separate stories podcast
 
Australian rocks bear the scars of the some most dramatic events in the history of planet earth. Prepare yourself for the boom!
 
Australian rocks bear the scars of the some most dramatic events in the history of planet earth. Prepare yourself for the boom!
 
Australian rocks bear the scars of the some most dramatic events in the history of planet earth. Prepare yourself for the boom!
 
New Research on Coffee - Yay its healthy.. for nowHistory on the Song the HorsesJustin Bieber could be looking for an Australian bride.Actually vs MelomaniaACDC new albumLive touring Australia with The Calling & LifehouseFederica Social Media Interview Part 1Federica Social Media Interview Part 2Concert Tickets may be a thing of the pastSpotify ...…
 
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Collective Noun Podcast
 
1. Intro 2. Dom's Google History 3. Anti Game of Thrones Club 4. Taking applications 5. Tow truck lies 6. Out of Context News 7. Pet Name Game 8. Father-son massage 9. Australian Ninja Warrior doubts
 
Discover Queenstown’s Altitude Brewing. Altitude Brewing was born in 2013, high in New Zealand’s striking Southern Alps. Discover New Zealand’s Altitude Beer Conceived over many years by a love of crafting fine ales, the brewery finally came to life under the auspices of Queenstown-bred local, Eliott Menzies who had a desire to share his passio ...…
 
Discover Queenstown’s Altitude Brewing. Altitude Brewing was born in 2013, high in New Zealand’s striking Southern Alps. Discover New Zealand’s Altitude Beer Conceived over many years by a love of crafting fine ales, the brewery finally came to life under the auspices of Queenstown-bred local, Eliott Menzies who had a desire to share his passio ...…
 
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WW2 - Fighting Through from Dunkirk to Hamburg, War diary
 
The Last Flight of Lancaster Lily Mars, WW2 Great, unpublished history! The story of WW2 Lancaster bomber LL678 together with its courageous crew during WW2 in 1944 | The Lancaster’s veteran RAF crew of Canadian, Australian and English airmen had been on what was to be their last mission before they retired. | And on a mission with almost too m ...…
 
Dan Pimentel tells us about the #Oshbash social media meetup coming up at Airventure Oshkosh 2017. We also look into freelance writing for aviation publications and the Airplanista Aviation Blog. In the news, we talk about support for supersonic civil air travel in the FAA reauthorization bills before Congress, ATC privatization, United Airline ...…
 
Coming up in this episode… 3D Art Space Potatoes Star Trek vs Star Wars throwdown Special Guest: Ben and Keith from TGGeeks Listen below with the audio player or Click Here for complete show notes and video from the show. Feedback What is the strangest thing you’ve seen on the Internet? Rob Riehl: There was this podcast called Technorama. That ...…
 
Coming up in this episode… 3D Art Space Potatoes Star Trek vs Star Wars throwdown Special Guest: Ben and Keith from TGGeeks Listen below with the audio player or Click Here for complete show notes and video from the show. Feedback What is the strangest thing you’ve seen on the Internet? Rob Riehl: There was this podcast called Technorama. That ...…
 
Episode 41 is part of the Spring 2017 issue! Read ahead by picking up your copy here: http://www.glittership.com/buy/ A Spell to Signal Home by A.C. Buchanan “Ash.” The voice is at once close beside me and yet muted, as if the sound is being filtered through a dream or a long stretch of time, a universe drawn out like an endless vibration of mu ...…
 
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