Best la trobe university podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Podcast interviews with La Trobe University academics and guests. Est 2008.
 
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Biography
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The podcasting of a life, by Matt Smith. “Whether I shall turn out to be the hero of my own life, or whether that station will be held by anybody else, these pages must show.” - Charles Dickens.
 
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Emperors of Rome
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“Great empires are not maintained by timidity.” - Tacitus. A podcast series looking at the rulers of the ancient Roman empire, by Dr Rhiannon Evans and Matt Smith.
 
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Asia Rising
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Asia Rising, the podcast of La Trobe Asia which takes a critical look at the key issues facing Asia's states and societies.
 
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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Living With Autism
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How do autism spectrum disorders affect our lives, and what are the developments in diagnosis, treatment and causes? Podcasts from The Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre (OTARC) at La Trobe University. Tile art "Oedipus, Antigone and Oso" (2011) by Ray David.
 
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Scientific Theory
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A podcast about science, looking at life, the universe, and everything else along the way.
 
Maintaining diversity and ethics practices is important to most businesses who want to gain the loyalty of employees and trust of consumers. These podcasts explain the ethics and diversity issues in the modern workplace. Part of the La Trobe University Masters of Business Administration. Find out more at online.latrobe.edu.au
 
Issues around the segregation of African-Americans in the United States led to an increasingly active civil rights movement. The most influential figure in this movement was a Baptist minister named Martin Luther King Jr. His persuasive words and non-violent methods have made him one of the most revered Americans.
 
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Sport Unpacked
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A regular podcast that explores issues in sport, and views of researchers at La Trobe University. Sport Unpacked is hosted by David Lowden.
 
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The Interview
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As workplaces become more interactive and interconnected, interviewing skills are becoming more important across a range of vocations. In this subject, students study the processes and skills required for interviewing, focussing on key case studies in literature, print journalism, cinema, broadcasting, and online. A key component of the subject will be interviews undertaken by students in all or some of the key interview formats, including live discussion, email, pre-recorded audio and writt ...
 
The Australia India Institute Podcast examines key questions facing contemporary India and the Australia-India relationship. The Australia India Institute podcast is brought to you in association with the Australia India Institute @ Delhi and founding partners La Trobe University and the University of New South Wales.
 
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Alan Pearce from La Trobe University joins us to explain concussion after Liam Picken's opened up on Twitter about his struggles.
 
3CR Breakfast Rundown 13th June 2018 7:00am Acknowledgment of Country 7:06 Songs of Satire focusing on Buggles song Video Killed the Radio Star7:15am Interview with Tania Hill senior curator of Astronomy at the Melbourne Planetarium about the Lunar eclipse earlier this year.7:18am Interview with Deakin Professor in Ecology and Conservation rese ...…
 
Don Driscoll, Professor of Terrestrial Ecology and President of the Ecological Society of Australia joined Amy to talk about the damaging effects of the NSW brumby protection legislation; Eminent Professor Jenny Graves AO, an evolutionary geneticist from La Trobe University came in to discuss the evolution of human sex chromosomes and whether t ...…
 
In Febrary this year a senate inquiry into the current state of public interest journalism noted that an massive 2,500 editorial jobs had been cut from media organizations in Australia since 2011. This month, in the latest round of job losses the ABC announced a further twenty journalists would be dropped from newsgathering teams.So what happen ...…
 
A Squash and a Squeeze as a theoretical lens through which to consider curriculum design. In this episode Ben and I talk to Sarah Baradell about some of her ideas on new paradigms to consider in physiotherapy education. Ben and I came across Sarah’s work when we independently read her paper, Moving forth: Imagining physiotherapy education diffe ...…
 
The Roman Republic was still going strong 400 years after it had been established but cracks were beginning to show. We can put a year on when it started to go wrong: 133BCE. In this year there would be two significant deaths that would begin the end. Part II of The Fall of the Roman Republic. Dr Rhiannon Evans (Senior Lecturer, Classics and An ...…
 
The Roman Republic is often held up as a foundation model of western democracy, and while it worked well for some of the Romans at the time, it did have its flaws. These became more pronounced as the centuries passed. Part I of The Fall of the Roman Republic. Dr Rhiannon Evans (Senior Lecturer, Classics and Ancient History, La Trobe University)…
 
Round-up of the Urban History Planning History (UHPH) conference, “Remaking Cities” by This Must be The PlaceIn this episode of This Must Be The Place Elizabeth and David do a round-up review of the 14th Urban History Planning History (UHPH) conference, themed “Remaking Cities” and hosted by RMIT University in January-February 2018. The UHPH is ...…
 
Join BJSM editor in chief Karim Khan eavesdropping on Professors Kay Crossley (La Trobe University, Melbourne) and Peter O’Sullivan (Curtin University, Perth) as they discuss the assessment and management of typical patients who present with long-standing knee pain and/or back pain.In podcast 1 (episode 320), they discuss:· The context from whi ...…
 
The arrival of a new driverless bus at La Trobe University may herald a new era of safer transport for students, but what does the arrival of artificial intelligence on university campuses mean for students? Jai Moore reports on the launch.
 
The arrival of a new driverless bus at La Trobe University may herald a new era of safer transport for students, but what does the arrival of artificial intelligence on university campuses mean for students? Jai Moore reports on the launch.
 
Children with severe developmental disabilities or autism often have difficulty with sleep which can not only impact on their sleep, but affect the whole family. These disorders are common, with autism affecting around 2% of the population. To understand why this occurs and what can be done we talk to Assoc Prof Margot Davey from Monash Childre ...…
 
In this episode of Aussie English, I talk with Jason and Adriana about gay marriage in Australia and the recent plebiscite. [mepr-active rule=”2731″ ifallowed=”show”] Members Click HERE To Get Downloads [/mepr-active] Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS Download the PDF + MP3 AE 355 – Interview: 3 Aussies Talk About Gay Marriage In ...…
 
Steve Muhi is a medical doctor who is two years from qualifying as a specialist in Infectious Diseases. He has a long background in science, firstly completing a Bachelor of Space Science and a Bachelor of Medical Science at La Trobe University. He went on to complete a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Deakin, followed by a Maste ...…
 
For much of our journey through the Antonine dynasty we’ve had Dio Cassius as our guide. As both a historian and a senator, Dio had a ringside seat to some of the greatest Emperors the Roman empire had seen. He wrote an extensive and what is considered reliable history of the Roman empire, spanning 80 volumes, many of which we have today. Guest ...…
 
One thing you can say about the reign of Commodus is that it must have been an interesting time to live in Rome. Between the spectacles in the colosseum and the lowered life expectancy in the Senate, it was just a matter of time until someone took a knife to Commodus, and after almost a century in power, the Antonine dynasty comes to an end. Gu ...…
 
The Philippines’ maverick president, Rodrigo Duterte, has had a turbulent first year in office. His crime fighting agenda, popular with the middle class during the election, has delivered a bloody and devastating war on drugs with crowded prisons and thousands killed in the streets. Internal conflict with Islamic State-backed groups has led to ...…
 
Commodus took a hands-off approach to ruling Rome, but what was he doing with all that free time? It turns out quite a lot. Commodus redefined what it meant to be an emperor, on one hand debasing himself by fighting against the lowest classes in the arena, and on the other hand elevating himself to the level of a god and hero. Guest: Dr Rhianno ...…
 
In recent years, the English-speaking world has become wildly enthusiastic about India. India is a trusted ally, ‘the world’s largest democracy’, and it’s the ‘democratic counterweight’ to China. Despite these pronouncements, India has continually defied and confounded the expectations of the English-speaking world. Dr Alexander Davis, (New Gen ...…
 
Commodus wasn't the most attentive emperor to rule Rome, preferring to dedicate his time to indulging his vices. Inevitably, someone will step forward to call the shots, as someone has to keep the grain flowing. Guest: Dr Rhiannon Evans (Senior Lecturer, Mediterranean Studies, La Trobe University).
 
Many analyst believe the only way for India to meet rising energy demands will be to build dozens of new coal-fired power stations - much like China during its rapid economic development in recent decades. But is India ready to carve out a new path forward? Guest: Professor Rangan BanerjeeHost: Dr Jonathan BallsProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engi ...…
 
The Great Wall has long been a symbol of China, but a problematic one - an authentic experience can be hard to find, and in the modern day China wants to be seen as open and inviting, but a wall closes off, and keeps people out. Associate Professor James Leibold (Department of Politics and Philosophy, La Trobe University) and Dr Graeme Smith (R ...…
 
With the passing of Marcus Aurelius, his son Commodus is made emperor. The 19 year old youth had been raised knowing the empire would be his to rule, and he spent it doing what he pleased. The next twelve years under the reign of Commodus would be bloody and chaotic, and many historians believe it to mark the beginning of the end of the Roman e ...…
 
With the passing of Marcus Aurelius, his son Commodus is made emperor. The 19 year old youth had been raised knowing the empire would be his to rule, and he spent it doing what he pleased. The next twelve years under the reign of Commodus would be bloody and chaotic, and many historians believe it to mark the beginning of the end of the Roman e ...…
 
Globalisation and major power rivalry are creating a China-centric integrated Asian strategic system, drawing together the once-discrete theatres of Northeast, Southeast, South and Central Asia. Nationalist ambition among the region’s giants will make integrated Asia an unstable place where cooperation among the great powers will be much harder ...…
 
Globalisation and major power rivalry are creating a China-centric integrated Asian strategic system, drawing together the once-discrete theatres of Northeast, Southeast, South and Central Asia. Nationalist ambition among the region’s giants will make integrated Asia an unstable place where cooperation among the great powers will be much harder ...…
 
Globalisation and major power rivalry are creating a China-centric integrated Asian strategic system, drawing together the once-discrete theatres of Northeast, Southeast, South and Central Asia. Nationalist ambition among the region’s giants will make integrated Asia an unstable place where cooperation among the great powers will be much harder ...…
 
Dr Suzanne Hodgkin from La Trobe University on research into service managers perceptions of younger workers and challenges to the provision of community aged care services in rural Australia.
 
Marcus Aurelius faced many threats to Rome during his time as Emperor and spent more time at war than he did at peace. Unlike most Emperors, succession was never an issue, as he had a legitimate son, Commodus, ready to take his place. Guest: Dr Rhiannon Evans (Senior Lecturer, Mediterranean Studies, La Trobe University).…
 
Is Tibetanness under threat? As more young Tibet are lured towards a dominant Chinese education, Tibetans are faced with hard realities of ethnocultural survival. Dr Adrian Zenz (European School of Culture and Theology, Germany) speaks to Associate Professor James Leibold (Politics, La Trobe University) about the challenges facing Tibetan langu ...…
 
"For it is on behalf of the State that I continue to toil and to undergo dangers and that I have spent so much time here outside of Italy, though already an old man and weak, unable to take either food without pain or sleep without anxiety." - Dio 72:24 An ageing Marcus Aurelius continues to toil and undergo dangers – be they warring tribes to ...…
 
"There's never been an urban solution to a rural problem ... only the people on the ground know the solution to rural problems." This has been the driving principle of Bunker Roy, who in 1972 founded the Barefoot College, in the village of Tilonia in Rajasthan, India, with the mission provide basic services and solutions in rural communities wi ...…
 
On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Dr. Liam West joins me to discuss how young medical professions can break into the competitive sports and exercise medicine world. Dr. Liam West trained at Cardiff Medical School in Wales, United Kingdom and has transitioned into working in Australian Rules Football both at the elite and ...…
 
I’m sure you’ve been hearing a lot about asylum seekers and refugees in the news. As a human rights advocate for the past 25 years, a lawyer, social worker, and teacher, Kon Karapanagiotidis, - CEO & Founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre - is the go-to man for everything you want to know about people seeking asylum. At 28, Kon founded th ...…
 
Two years ago it was estimated that 2,500 journalism jobs had disappeared in Australia since 2012. At current count, that number is conservatively estimated to be as high as 3,000.Lawrie Zion from the Department of Media and Communication at La Trobe University is involved in a five year study exploring the aftermath of journalism redundancies. ...…
 
The International AIDS Candlelight Memorial ceremony is co-ordinated worldwide by the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and hosted in Melbourne by Living Positive Victoria with the support of the Victorian AIDS Council, JOY 94.9, City of Melbourne and Positive Women Victoria. The Candlelight Memorial, one of the world’s oldest and ...…
 
The International AIDS Candlelight Memorial ceremony is co-ordinated worldwide by the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and hosted in Melbourne by Living Positive Victoria with the support of the Victorian AIDS Council, JOY 94.9, City of Melbourne and Positive Women Victoria. The Candlelight Memorial, one of the world’s oldest and ...…
 
On 14 May this year 33 world leaders gathered in Beijing for what has been touted as the inaugural Belt and Road Forum for international Cooperation. Billed as the biggest diplomatic event in China this year the summit was ostensibly about improving economic integration between East and West and providing leadership to a global economy going th ...…
 
On 14 May this year 33 world leaders gathered in Beijing for what has been touted as the inaugural Belt and Road Forum for international Cooperation. Billed as the biggest diplomatic event in China this year the summit was ostensibly about improving economic integration between East and West and providing leadership to a global economy going th ...…
 
"Magic has an incredible power to unite, to transgress cultural and social boundaries, and to create communities of feeling." - Professor Craig JeffreyCREDITSHost: Professor Craig JeffreyProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis podcast is brought to you in association with the Australia India Institute @ Delhi and founding partn ...…
 
On 14 May this year 33 world leaders gathered in Beijing for what has been touted as the inaugural Belt and Road Forum for international Cooperation. Billed as the biggest diplomatic event in China this year the summit was ostensibly about improving economic integration between East and West and providing leadership to a global economy going th ...…
 
Westerners tend to divide the political world into "good" democracies and "bad" authoritarian regimes. But the Chinese political model does not fit neatly in either category. Over the past three decades, China has developed a genuinely new approach to governance, rooted in its long history and at odds with the "Western" idea that electoral demo ...…
 
This interview was recorded as part of the tendinopathy course on Physiopedia Plus.The third interview in our tendinopathy series is with Dr Ebonie Rio. Following our interviews with fellow researchers Jill Cook and Sean Docking, Ebonie talks pain and isometrics.Ebonie is a physiotherapist and research fellow at La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medi ...…
 
This interview was recorded as part of the Physiopedia Plus course on tendinopathy.As a follow up to Rachael’s interview with Jill Cook, we have a chat to Sean Docking about imaging in Tendinopathy, in particular Ultrasound Tissue Characterisation (UTC) in relation to a tendon structure point of view and what is clinically relevant.Sean Docking ...…
 
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