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Aussie Muscle Radio
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AUSSIE MUSCLE RADIO Hosted by Xavier Wills & Scott Goble "The Truth in Australian Bodybuilding".
 
Life Matters is your guide to contemporary Australian life. Be part of rich conversations on relationships, family, parenting, education, work, health and consumer issues.
 
Bookings :Rodney Lay rod@globalspin.coDJ Alex Taylor has been at the forefront of Australia’s dance music industry for 25 years. With a passion for quality house music, that is soulful, deep and funky to tribal and progressive. He has forged a name for himself that sees him playing regularly across the country and around the world.With residencies and guest sets at some of Australia’s biggest clubs such as Arq, The Ivy, Trademark, Tank, Home and Hugos Lounge, The Midnight Shift and The Beres ...
 
From some of the greatest Car Collections to NEWS and Celebrity Interviews.
 
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That's Running
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1 Physiotherapist, 1 Massage Therapist2 Die-Hard runnersWe talk about anything and everything related to runners. Running tips, injury prevention, guest speakers, a lot of banter and a heap of fun.
 
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Woman's Hour
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The programme that offers a female perspective on the world
 
Cat Woods, Melbourne Ballet Sculpt, barre, Pilates and yoga teacher interviews experts on movement, fitness, health and lifestyle. Her website is http://catwoods.me
 
Not any old Health and Wellness podcast!! Join Clinical practitioner Shannon Brenton, as he packs up his clinic and hits the road full time to connect with Australia's most experienced and influential talents in the health and wellness space. Combining with many of the people Shannon has worked with over the years, these are the stories often never told. Bare boned truths, industry secrets and the personal experiences of industry leaders that most never get to hear from. Educational, inspira ...
 
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THURSDAY THUNDER!Australian Muscle Weekly update with Kim & Adrian!This week the guys cover:4:53 - ICN Nationals Recap!8:08 - Bodybuilding News!10:42 - Post Comp Blowout13:10 - Faction Labs Disorder Back in Stock!14:28 - 13Lives Supplements!Check it out Here: https://youtu.be/pZRln3tP0y0Subscribe to Our Podcast!Apple Podcast Link: https://tinyu ...…
 
Living cheaply and sustainably off grid started way before the sixties counter culture, can we replace plastics with something less harmful but just as useful? The short memories we have for the struggle of women to achieve equality, and born in 1891 and still going strong - Australia's oldest theatre company.…
 
How we can age healthily? Today we look at the impact of our diet. How important is it to eat the right thing to live a longer healthier life? If the Northern Ireland Assembly is not restored by Monday October 21st, then abortion will become legal in Ulster in line with the rest of the UK. It’s part of the Northern Ireland Bill which was passed ...…
 
Are mortgage brokers acting in the best interests of clients? Plus the job market isn't as grim for young people as we thinkBy ABC Radio National.
 
Jung Chang is the best-selling author of 'Wild Swans'. She talks about her new book 'Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister' and how the three Soong sisters helped shape 20th century China. Maternity Action, a charity that campaigns for the rights of women and babies, says it’s receiving an increasing number of calls to its helpline about Matern ...…
 
Many Australians live below the poverty line, which often results in homelessness. We discuss some of the tipping points and ask how we can help. Plus, how much do you know about some of the Australian feminists who fought for things like work equality and contraceptive rights?By ABC Radio National.
 
How much are we squeezing play out of our children’s days, our institutions and spaces? Michael Rosen, author of ‘Book of Play’ joins Jenni to talk about why play matters to both children and adults – and to share tips on how we can get more of it in our lives.By BBC Radio 4.
 
In a new three-part series on longevity, we look at how we can shape our health and vitality in old age. Today we focus on the role of our social lives. We all know that meeting up with friends can feel good, but does it actually make any difference to our health? Jenni speaks to psychologist Julianne Holt-Lundstad about how a good social life ...…
 
There's growing evidence that exercise should be front and centre during cancer treatment, as well as rehabilitation, so what does that look like in practice? And it's been seventy years since Australia launched its largest ever engineering project, which is also said to have sparked the birth of multicultural Australia.…
 
The Queen’s speech yesterday contained mention of 26 new or returning Bills and more than a dozen areas where the government plans action. We look at how Boris Johnson’s legislative programme might address the concerns of women and the charge from critics that this is a pre-election manifesto. We had such a huge response to yesterday’s item on ...…
 
Here it is! We've got the boys back together to chat about UTMB. Everything is covered from sleep deprivation to cow attacks. Tune in for a great episode
 
Libby Trickett talks about deciding what she wanted her life to look like after retiring at just 28 years old, with three Olympic gold medals. Plus, more results from the ABC's Australia Talks survey shows young people are extremely anxious about finding work. We hear from three people under 30.By ABC Radio National.
 
Picture: Ophelia by John Everett Millais, 1865-66. Private CollectionThe Scottish National Party brings the autumn political conference season to a close this week. The leader of the SNP has made her party’s position clear – she wants the Conservative government out, a Brexit extension secured and a General Election as soon as possible. Last we ...…
 
What influence does birth order have on your life? Plus, one woman’s story of realising her ballet dream and then being diagnosed with lupus.By ABC Radio National.
 
Chanel Miller, who was sexually assaulted while she lay unconscious on the grounds of Stanford University campus, talks about reclaiming her identity.Annalie Riches who's the Winner of the RIBA Sterling Prize for Architecture 2019, tells us about the eco-friendly council estate in Norwich she co-designed. She discusses women’s role in architect ...…
 
Bone health from weightlifting, Backflip gets serious, lifesaving gets diverse, the life of an Indigenous entrepreneur, and repair cafes helping us to help ourselves.By ABC Radio National.
 
Buy Pro Mass Here: https://www.australianmuscle.com.au/products/gen-tec-nutrition-pro-massSubscribe to Our Podcast!Apple Podcast Link: https://tinyurl.com/y8x36nt2Android Podcast Link: https://tinyurl.com/ycxpny64Contact us at: ausmuscle@adam.com.auShop Online With Us Here: www.australianmuscle.com.auFREE Shipping on all orders Australia Wide! ...…
 
16 years ago a woman in her twenties, who was a translator at GCHQ, leaked an official and confidential email. It instructed Katharine Gun and her colleagues to share any information they might come across concerning a clutch of nations belonging to the UN Security Council. The information could then be used to persuade them to vote for the inv ...…
 
Discussion around pelvic floor muscles and the common dysfunctions and reasons to seek treatment. My expert is Alex Lopes, Pelvic Health Melbourne physiotherapist.
 
THURSDAY THUNDER!Australian Muscle Weekly update with Kim & Adrian!This week the guys cover:0:35 - Post Comp Rebound!3:15 - Bodybuilding Season B Recap!11:06 - Supplement Talk!12:25 - Max’s Retro Label!14:00 - Fit Chef Meals!Check it out Here: https://youtu.be/IUeOvwCz81kSubscribe to Our Podcast!Apple Podcast Link: https://tinyurl.com/y8x36nt2A ...…
 
Teacher librarians numbers are dwindling, but is that a problem? And how one millennial made it her mission to help her peers become home-owners.By ABC Radio National.
 
We’re used to hearing about the negative impact that using social media can have on girls – it can cause sleeplessness, low mood, depression and anxiety. Edwina Dunn, a data entrepreneur and founder of the educational charity The Female Lead, thinks differently. She believes that used in the right way, social media can be a force for good and c ...…
 
We hear from the woman known, until recently, as Emily Doe. Chanel Miller was sexually assaulted while she was unconscious on the ground on Stanford University campus in the USA. Her Victim Impact statement which she addressed to her attacker Brock Turner was published on Buzzfeed and was viewed online by eleven million people within four days. ...…
 
A community based exercise program may be the answer to helping Australians over 50 aren't get the right kind of exercise for good bone and muscle health. How health professionals are trying a different approach with parents who are worried about vaccinating their children, plus CEO of Ambulance Victoria, Tony Walker on transforming mental heal ...…
 
Mothers are taking part today in the Extinction Rebellion protests with a mass ‘nurse in’ when they will bottle or breastfeed their young babies on the front line of one of the road blockades. Jenni looks at the history of women taking their children to protests with Anne Pettitt one of the founders of the Women’s Peace Camp at Greenham Common ...…
 
Consistency is key! When it comes to running, having a solid base is more important than interval, hill and tempo training. So how do you build that solid base? Find your answers here
 
Is it possible to expand assessment after year 12 so that students' wider skills are taken into account? Is there a way to be buried that is romantic, environmentally sustainable and practical? And, how can we make lifesaving more diverse?By ABC Radio National.
 
The winner of the RIBA Stirling prize for architecture will be announced this evening. On the short list is Annalie Riches who has co-designed a council housing project, the first ever such project to be nominated for this prestigious prize. Jane talks to her and to Zoë Berman, an architect and founder of Part W, which campaigns for the increas ...…
 
The ABC's Australia Talks survey found we're generally optimistic about our individual futures but pessimistic about the future of our world. Can that be changed? We also talk to a mother and her son who thrash out in a stage show whether arranged marriages work.By ABC Radio National.
 
Elaine Welteroth is the former editor of Teen Vogue. She joins us to talk about her memoir More Than Enough and how she became the youngest ever Conde Nast Editor-in-Chief as well as only the second African American to hold a post like that. During her time at Teen Vogue she addressed feminism, climate change and racial justice as well as fashi ...…
 
Woman’s Hour has come a long way since it was first broadcast in 1946. For a start, we got rid of the male presenter! We’re the live radio programme and podcast that offers the female perspective on the world, covering the big stories, names and issues. But the heart of Woman’s Hour is women telling their own stories. Here in this special Woman ...…
 
How should we regulate GPs who are practising mainstream medicine and alternative therapies simultaneously, and Indigenous entrepreneur Ben Mitchell on pursuing an education and building strong communities.By ABC Radio National.
 
Drag queen, Courtney Act - real name Shane Jenek, Jordan Stephens from the hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks, and the Chief Executive of the ‘Men and Boys Coalition’, Dan Bell discuss what the term Toxic Masculinity means to them and how it makes them feel. Why are more women choosing running over other sports when it comes to staying fit? Dame Kelly Ho ...…
 
Can we all learn to argue in an ethical way? One woman reflects on responsible volunteering after a year in Nepal with her family, how to cope with life when your rock ’n’ dream ends, and the best ways to train so your jogging habit doesn’t injure your knees.By ABC Radio National.
 
At least 200,000 older people experienced domestic abuse last year – but the over 75s are being overlooked according to Age UK. Caroline Abrahams is the charity director and joins Jane.Last year, the music journalist Wanna Thompson posted a tweet about the new album of superstar rapper, Nicki Minaj. The tweet went viral and Wanna received thous ...…
 
THURSDAY THUNDER!Australian Muscle Weekly update with Kim & Adrian!This week the guys cover:0:35 - Adrians Contest Recap1:40 - ICN SA Titles Recap7:42 - Coaches should know your Division11:00 - SARMs Guy13:10 - Supplement Talk!Check it out Here: https://youtu.be/u6BrqMqQLUMSubscribe to Our Podcast!Apple Podcast Link: https://tinyurl.com/y8x36nt ...…
 
A group of drought affected young people from NSW come together to discuss their unique experiences, plus how bad are our bird-feeding habits?By ABC Radio National.
 
Women born in the 1950s and 1960s will hear a judgment today about their claim that they were unfairly treated by having to wait longer than they expected for their state pension. They want compensation for nearly four million women who have been forced to wait up to an extra six years to get their pensions after changes to bring women’s retire ...…
 
How can we help our loved ones better cope with the stress of exams? Plus a new theatre show that revisits the life and times of one teen's unlikely introduction to rock.By ABC Radio National.
 
Sharenting is the overuse of social media by parents to share content based on their children, such as baby pictures or blogs describing what their children are up to. Posts which adults may see as engaging or funny may not be viewed as such by the children involved when they grow into teenagers or young adults applying for their first job. Jan ...…
 
Jojo Moyes is the bestselling author of over 15 books, including the smash hit 'Me Before You' which was adapted into a Hollywood film. Her new historical novel 'The Giver of Stars' is based on the true story of the Horseback Librarians of Kentucky. She joins us to speak about the women who inspired her story, her campaign to save local librari ...…
 
A new survey shows that the challenges for single parents are harder than ever, and a world-renowned philosopher explains how to stop worrying about our decisions so much.By ABC Radio National.
 
Sharenting is when you put too much information about your children on social media. It could be baby pictures or details of what they're doing or what they've achieved. You might think your post is sweet or funny, but when your children grow up, they might not agree especially when it comes to finding a job. Jane talks to Claire Bessant, a sol ...…
 
Can something magical happen when uni students live with people in aged care facilities and learn more about them? Plus, we examine ways to have constructive conversations when you disagree with someone.By ABC Radio National.
 
Drag queen and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ winner, Courtney Act, Jordan Stephens from hip hop duo ’Rizzle Kicks’, and Chief Executive of the ‘Men and Boys Coalition’, Dan Bell, discuss what toxic masculinity means to them and the impact of the term itself. How has it affected their mental health, relationships and gender expression and what needs t ...…
 
As deaths from opioid overdoses rise in Australia, what can we learn from the US experience? And adjusting to life as a recent amputee.By ABC Radio National.
 
Today we're discussing the what, why, how, do's and don'ts of muscle tears. If you've ever torn a muscle, keep your ears open
 
For Bookings Contact : rod@globalspin.coTracklisting :1. In Your Mind (Casual Connection Poolside Remix) - Harpoon feat iDo2. Ever Again (Soulwax Remix) - Soulwax, Robyn3. White Horse - Laid Back4. Landslide feat. Jinadu (Extended Mix) - Jinadu, Simone Liberali5. Ride It (Extended Mix) - DJ Regard6. Break 4 Luv - Original Mix - Raze7. London He ...…
 
Esther Rutter on the secret feminist history of knitting.Sally Challen was jailed for 22 years for killing her husband Richard in 2011. She was released earlier this year after a change in the law on coercive control. She talks to Jane about her marriage, her sentence and what it’s like to be a free woman.Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag won thre ...…
 
Is remaining friends with an ex-partner remotely viable? Why young people's ideas and opinions need to be heard, the community health hub survives despite under funding, and living your best life as a Roman citizen.By ABC Radio National.
 
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