Best canberra podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Curious Canberra
Curious Canberra is a new project from ABC News Canberra that invites you to have a say in the stories we cover. Every week, a journalist answers a question posed by you - the audience. Ask us something you've always wondered about the city, its region or its people:
Podcast by Intimate conversations about love, sex and relationships
Canberra Close Up
A weekly feature of 666 ABC Canberra Afternoons where Alex Sloan speaks in-depth with people who live fascinating lives, do extraordinary things, or are just so outstanding that a normal interview just won't do.
Raidercast is the longest running Canberra Raiders Podcast and is produced by Rick and the team at - RNA. Since 2010, Raidercast has provided Canberra Raiders fans with a unique perspective of the Green Machine. Featuring all the latest big news surrounding the Raiders, NRL match previews, in-depth analysis, and expert opinion, Raidercast is a must for any Canberra Raiders fan.
Interviews with various guests on Canberra's 1WAY FM
Pastor Brian Medway's daily theological segment as broadcast on Canberra's 1WAY FM
Tim doesn’t know a great deal about Aussie politics, but he wants to learn. So, he is going straight to the source, the politicians, to engage in conversation and find out who they really are. Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @polliepodcast
When a former World Kickboxing and Australian Heavyweight Boxing Champion, an award winning Radio Host, another grappling legend with an unhealthy crush on Jon Bon Jovi and a ring announcer with golden tonsils get together to talk about stuff and play tunes, anything can happen.
Two guys try to cobble together a stand up comedy routine, while talking some rubbish along the way. Warning: podcast may contain traces of sizzle.
I Love Real Estate
From a farm in Central Queensland to downtown Bangkok, to Canberra University and a career as an accountant and economist; to being one of Australia’s most successful property investors, and leading real estate strategist and educator specialising in tax, asset protection and international investment, it’s no wonder Dymphna Boholt is known by many professional and personal contacts as Dymphna the Dynamo!
Three Drunk Guys
The Dhead Factor/Three Drunk Guys Podcast...A satirical look at Random news dedicated to all those DHeads out there ! Three Drunk guys in late August will inform you of the not to be taken seriously more today
Vision Women
Vision Women is a local church gathering of women who love Jesus and desire to live our lives for Him, valued and flourishing. Listen to inspiring and encouraging talks from Vision Women Tuesday evening and Wednesday daytime gatherings.
A weekly rugby league podcast which aims to bring you all the inside information and perspective on greatest game of all.Each show will feature Lewis Shepperd as the host along side Brock Shepperd.The show is supported by some special guests notably Mark "MG" Geyer, Paul Kent from "NRL 360", current and former NRL players and the ever popular "Mr.Gossip" from NRL Gossip.Lewis and Brock are both former junior representative players for the Canberra Raiders and Parramatta Eels respectively.Sin ...
We are a Christian church in Canberra Australia.
A podcast by Rob and Alice, from the highly secure halls of Parliament House, Canberra.We talk politics, news, gossip, books, TV, music, pop culture, feelpinions and political fashion. With a special guest each episode!
Islamic Lessons
Writer and public speaker based in Canberra, Australia. This podcast features some of Sh Furqan's lessons recorded from his classes.
Ryan & Tanya
Ryan & Tanya from 6am-9am on Canberra's Hit104.7, Hamish & Andy drive you home from 4.
Welcome to Boganwood, Canberra, (Au)stralia the forgotten suburb.In today’s adventure.........
Capital Yarns
Capital Yarns is an experiment in storytelling developed by Sean Costello. He invites social media users to nominate three items for him to weave into a short fictional story set in Canberra, capital of Australia. Already Sean has written more than 40 short stories, and released a selection of them in the crowd funded book, Capital Yarns. The book is available from a range of bookstores around Canberra. Individual stories are also available in zine format. Now you can listen to Sean's amazin ...
Culture space presented by Jess Oliver, Lucy Caldwell and Rosie Goldfeder
Katherine Murphy, Lenore Taylor and guests bring you all of the week's political news and analysis from Canberra
C3 Church Monash
Connect Grow Reach / Canberra, ACT
Calvary Chapel UPC
Services at Calvary Chapel UPC, Canberra, Australia
Sport Radio
Sport Radio's coverage Motor Sport - AFL Canberra - Womens National Basketball League - Auto Racing
A new podcast about Australian politics, current affairs and journalism
We discuss movies.......well not new movies......we discuss old movies at random......each week we discuss a year, the top 10 grossing movies and our picks ! Think you heard it before you havent heard anything !! Catch it today
Losing Paul
Losing Paul is a Canberra Times podcast about a mother's desperate fight to save her son and a health system unwilling - or unable - to help.
Teaching from Capital Healing Rooms Canberra Australia
Get your science on Fuzzy Logic Science Show from Canberra's Radio 2XX 98.3FM
SciFi Weekly
Take a dive into science fiction and science fact from an Aussie's perspective. Join Matt Miller and Amber O'Reilly.
Canberra Wedding and Portrait Photographer
A collection of podcasts from content produced and broadcast from the studios of Radio 1RPH - the community radio reading station for Canberra, Wagga Wagga and Junee.
Take a dive into science fiction and science fact from an Aussie's perspective. Join Matt Miller throughout five years of podcasts, from very humble beginnings to a full television production in 2018!
Losing Paul
Losing Paul is a Canberra Times podcast about a mother's desperate fight to save her son and a health system unwilling - or unable - to help.
Audio guide to seventeen key works from the 2007 NGA George.W.Lambert Retrospective : heroes & icons shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. 29 June – 16 September 2007
Definition Radio
Radio show playing real hip-hop music by Christian artists. We are on over 80 stations across Australia via the Community Radio Network. Definition is presented by the K-man, out of Canberra's 1WAY FM.
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Three Centuries of Italian Art, shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 28 March – 16 June 2002
Audio guide to thirty-two works from the Turner to Monet: triumph of Landscape exhibition shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006.
The Australian Naval History Podcast explores naval history in Australia. Each week, historians & veterans discuss a different aspect of Australian naval history. From deep discussions of particular battles, to the histories of submarine classes, the Australian Naval History Podcast is expert analysis & reflection on the storied past of Australia's military at sea.Produced by the Naval Studies Group at UNSW Canberra, in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Na ...
podcasts for all things; ACT Brumbies, Canberra Raiders, GWS Giants.
Pre and Post Game Review about the Canberra Raiders Rugby League Football Team.
SoapBox Podcast
SoapBox is an interview show focused on people passionate about social justice and environmental sustainability. Broadcast on 2XXFM and SYN Nation.Supported by YWCA Canberra.
Audio guide to works from the The National Sculpture Prize and Exhibition shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 15 July – 9 October 2005
Audio guide to thirty works from the National Indigenous Art Triennial 07: culture warriors shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006
Welcome to Behind the Limelight, the weekly Raiders Podcast where we speak to current and former stars of the Canberra Raiders and give you an insight into the Green Machine.
A journey across Australia's vibrant culinary landscape, follow the Quicksand Food Connection as we meet the faces behind local flavours and produce. Tune in with our Director, Stefan Posthuma, as he chats with the chefs, producers and restaurant-owners across the Canberra, Southern Highlands and South Coast regions.
In Conversation
In Conversation talks to Christians in the local Canberra community and discusses various biblical themes and topics. Tune in 6pm every Sunday on 1Way FM.
Canberra's home of local music, 4 - 6pm weekdays on 2XX 98.3FM. Tune in on radio or stream us online!
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Constable: impressions of land, sea and sky shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 3 March – 12 June 2006
Bigger questions
City Bible Forum explores some of life's biggest questions. Perhaps you are considering where God might fit into your life. Our aim is to explore this with you in an open manner that is enjoyable, intellectually credible and which meets the needs of professional life. We love to discuss the relevance of God and the many obstacles to faith people have. We do this in a variety of forums and discussion groups over breakfast, lunch and after work at many different city venues. We are active in e ...
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GWS Giants have a magnificent gritty win again Fremantle Dockers in the Canberra wind. Chris and Kizz do dolphin noises – while other sound fx are not well timed. We also talk local footy on the Blue Mountains Kangaroos, the Penrith Rams and The Auburn Penrith Giants
In which Professor Steven Galbraith teaches us about bitcoin, Nathan gets a compliment, Craig tells us about electric car batteries and Siouxsie finds a totally legit, not a scam at all "bioscanner". Email / feedback: Mark Dawson: "Re governments using dowsers. In my past life as an ACT Government employee, I came across an old file that mentio ...…
Are you a victim of Facebook’s breach of trust? The data of over 50 million Facebook users was breached by political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. Reporter Nicolas Zoumboulis investigates. Interview with Deborah Lupton, Centenary Research Professor in the Faculty of Arts & Design, University of Canberra.…
Chad Scott and Jonathon Tary speak to Australian freelance journalist Angela Shanahan about her speaking journey. Angela writes for leading Australian newspapers including The Australian, The Canberra Times, The Sunday Telegraph, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, and news magazines The Spectator and Quadrant. Topics of interest include social aff ...…
Select articles read from the Canberra Times on Thursday 29 March 2018
Hedda Murray interviews local Canberra author Leonie Pye on Community Roundup 29 March 2018
This episode of This Must be the Place is the first of our ‘walking tours’ – we are revisiting the walks of the 1980 book “Melbourne on Foot: 15 Walks Through Historic Melbourne”. This episode starts with David speaking with one of the authors of that book, Professor Graeme Davison of Monash University, about the genesis of the book in general. ...…
Ambassador of the Russian Federation Grigory Logvinov speaks during a press conference at the Russian Embassy in Canberra. Lukas Coch/AAP As Russian Ambassador Grigory Logvinov and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop trade verbal blows, ANU professor John Blaxland says the expulsion of two Russian spies from Australia will have a significant effect o ...…
Welcome to Behind the Limelight, the weekly Raiders Podcast where we speak to current and former stars of the Canberra Raiders and give you an insight into the Green Machine.
Matman caught up with Mildura Mayor - Mark Eckel. Marks in Canberra for discussions on the Mildura Future Ready Project.
Buy In Brisbane What s ahead for Brisbane property in 2018 + Coorparoo spotlight + Managing risk Join Shannon and Kevin for the first episode of 2018. In this episode the boys give you a chance to win a Gold Class Movie pass simply by nominating your pick in a Facebook survey. Shannon has looked into why people choose to live on the Northside o ...…
Peter Sterling, Wendell Sailor and Anthony Maroon wrap up the list-minute victory stolen by the Warriors from the Raiders.
Queerscreen's Mardi Gras Film Festival is celebrating its 25th anniversary by bringing some highlights from the festival to Canberra this weekend. Before you grab your passes and your popcorn and head up to the ARC Cinema, you can hear Ollie chatting to Festival Director Lisa Rose about this year's films, yesteryear's films, and the ups and dow ...…
On the 18 March Russia was electing its new president. Same day Russians in Australia were casting their votes in Sydney and Canberra. However, 2 days later, on 20 March Territory Election Committee responsible for the elections outside Russia, recognised Sydney votes as invalid. SBS Russian speaks with one of the observers from the Sydney ball ...…
Welcome to the Elevator World News Podcast. Today's podcast is sponsored by http://www.elevatorbooks.comWORK ON FIFTH-TALLEST BUILDING TO START THIS YEARConstruction is scheduled to begin in Dubai this year on what will be the world's fifth-tallest building, reported in March. The 122-story, 570-m-t ...…
Jacaranda FM — Australia's Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton has confirmed Canberra is looking at ways to fast track visas from white South African farmers "savagely attacked" in their country.
Select articles read from the Canberra Times on Thursday 22 March 2018
Finally, we have had a little calm this week in federal politics. But maybe that is only in comparison to the previous few weeks. - Dupa multe scandaluri, in special de natura personala, in sfarsit am avut parte de putin calm saptamana trecuta in politica australiana. Aceasta insa, poate doar in comparatie cu saptamanile anterioare.…
ACT police continue investigating the cause of a house fire, which claimed the lives of Anne Muhoro and her children Ezvin and Furaha. - Polisi wa ACT wana endelea kuchunguza kilicho sababisha vifo vya Anne Muhoro na watoto wake wawili Ezvin na Furaha ambao waligunduliwa ndani ya nyumba yao iliyo ungua.…
Warriors coach Steve Kearney, who tells us about the changes to his side for this weekend’s match against the Raiders in Canberra. He says, unlike Mike Hosking, he’s not getting ahead of himself and is realistic about the year ahead, taking it one game at a time.LISTEN ABOVE AS STEVE KEARNEY SPEAKS WITH D'ARCY AND GORAN…
Today on the show: - Tanya & Steve's Helpin' Out - Tim contacted T&S and spoke about his wife Renee's current health issues. In typical Tanya & Steve fashion, they wanted to help out this beautiful and deserving couple with a nice relaxing getaway. - Mitchel Pearce Interview - After the Knights dramatic Round 2 win over Canberra - Vet Bills - w ...…
Chad hangs out in the Australian Capital, drinking Evil Eye IPA from Capital Brewing Co, with Australian Powerlifters/Coaches/Gym Owners John Sheridan (Burley Strength) and Thomas Lilliey (PTC Gold Coast).
In this episode of the North Korea News Podcast, NK News invited Dr. Adrian Buzo, a former Australian diplomat and now a lecturer in Korean at Macquarie University in Sydney, to discuss Australia-DPRK relations, his assessment of the current state of North Korean leadership, and how he came to write his 1999 book “Politics and Leadership in Nor ...…
They made it back for a second show! Aaron & Alex return for the second show where they discuss what one radio presenter had to do on air, whats going on in Canberra and how to buy a star! All this and more in the second show of Aaron & Alex.
Canberra Raiders. National Rugby League.
Born in Canberra of Hong Kong descent, traditional cultural values and modern ideals both played a part in shaping Dr Eva Cheng’s career. But her story shows how a lack of diversity in the tech sector is affecting the technology we all use, every day. Dr Cheng is the Deputy Director of Women in Engineering and Information Technology at UTS, and ...…
There’s nothing more important than for us to understand and learn from the lessons of the past. The Australian War Memorial, built to commemorate the Great War and opened in 1941 in the midst of the Second World War, remains one of the most important and most visited sites in Australia. In this episode, we talk with Dr Brendan Nelson, Director ...…
Today with Tanya & Steve: - Ryzy's Rewind looks at why Tanya tried to make Steve wee in a cup AND find out what had Steve gazing out the window for an entire show on Wednesday. - Dave's Weekly News wrap covers the topic of Mulletfest; Trump AND the mystery powder found in Canberra - Free Gig Friday - Scott Martin covers Horses.…
Highlights from this week: Sellers to supply building and pest reports. Investors with interest only loans may be forced to sell Classic property investor buyer mistakes Mistakes made by owner occupier property buyers and how to avoid them Remote renos – how to manage them Transcript: Classic property investor mistakes – Patrick Bright Part 1 K ...…
For the very first time PSYCH FEST AUSTRALIA is bringing their Premiere Independent Boutique Music Festival down to our neck of the woods - Melbourne, Australia, showcasing all things modulated, reverberated, fuzzed out, and delayed! To celebrate, UNDISCOVERED ROCK RADIO have teamed up with Psych Fest Australia to bring you 2 hour show jam pack ...…
Is Black Panther more than just a movie? Why are Canberrans so cranky? Are cruise ships really floating germ incubators? Josh Szeps, Monique Bowley and Amanda Blair wade through all the news, things and stuff you were probably too busy to read about. Out Of The Loop: the podcast that brings you back in.…
Final Pre-Season Podcast before the Teams are named for Round 1. We wrap up the last of the trials, go indepth on Storm, Tigers, Titans and Warriors and answer your tweets including what the Ata Hingano move to Canberra does to the stock of Havili and Garvey.
Senate Estimates in Canberra has been told the results of a simulated fruit fly exercise in Tasmania have not been detailed despite the exercise occurring last year, and the Department of Agriculture says there is no indication at this stage as to why a fruit fly incursion has occurred in Tasmania and investigations are continuing.…
Senate Estimates in Canberra has been told the results of a simulated fruit fly exercise in Tasmania have not been detailed despite the exercise occurring last year, and the Department of Agriculture says there is no indication at this stage as to why a fruit fly incursion has occurred in Tasmania and investigations are continuing.…
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