Best monash podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Marketing Today - Monash University Australia
 
Marketing news, interviews, trends, discussion and opinions, fresh from Monash University's Department of Marketing (Melbourne, Australia) every week.
 
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Monash Arts
Monthly
 
Monash University Performing Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
 
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C3 Church Monash
Weekly
 
Grow . Connect . Reach | Canberra, ACT
 
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Physical Education today - Monash University Australia
 
Physical Education today is a podcast all about physical education, from teaching to research, from practice to theory. News, contemporary issues and ideas about 'physical education'.
 
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FIT2001 Systems Analysis and Design @ Monash
 
This is a podcast supplementing material for the unit FIT2001 Systems Analysis and Design at Monash University for Semester 1, 2010.
 
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Monash Decision Support Systems Laboratory Podcast
 
Seminars, workshops, interviews and other material produced by Monash University's DSS Laboratory.
 
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EDF1611, Intro to SOR - Monash University Australia
 
Podcasts all about issues related to sport and outdoor recreation. From play and games to outdoor recreation and education. These podcasts will provide students with all the required information to study in the unit EDF1611 - Introduction to Sport Fitness and Outdoor Recreation.
 
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Scarlet Letter: The Podcast of the Feminist Legal Group at Monash University
 
A monthly podcast from the Monash university's feminist legal studies group in the faculty of law. The group aims to make a difference to the lives of women through understanding women's subordination & contributing to law reform. In this podcast we interview feminists about their feminism, their life and their work.
 
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EconomicsNow!
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Notes on economics to students now, served up by Monash Economics.
 
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Unnatural Selection
Weekly
 
Three guys, Jorge, Adam and Tom use their primitive instruments to understand the world around them.
 
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FIT9130 Systems Analysis and Design
 
Monash University's postgraduate unit on information systems design. Lectures, tutorials and other material will be posted here.
 
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FIT5195 Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing
 
Business Intelligence is a significant part of the IT industry but it is poorly understood by many. BI systems are fundamentally different to other IT systems in terms of users, their use of the system and the development processes required. This podcast is a recording of lectures and other material from Monash University's postgraduate unit on the topic covering both BI application design as well as data warehouse design.
 
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mojo news
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Mojo News is a podcast produced by journalism students at Monash University.
 
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Awesome Guys
Rare
 
We are Awesome Guys. We make awesome things and share them with you.www.tenpercentmoreawesome.com
 
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Meet The Education Researcher
Monthly+
 
Interviews with researchers in - and around - the Faculty of Education, Monash University.
 
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Wicked Sek Progression
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From the dark emotional tunes to the euphoric uplifting trance. Progress with Dj Sek
 
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Morning Radio Program
Monthly+
 
9am to 10am Fridays on Radio Monash. Featuring 3 humans:- Christian Pisasale- Dion Factor- James Pattison
 
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FIT2011 Decision Support Systems Fundamentals
 
This is a Monash University podcast for the unit FIT2011 Decision Support Systems Fundamentals.
 
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4BC Brisbane Live with Ben Davis
 
After the 2016 Census data showed that for the first time on record, Australia's most popular religion was 'no religion' Ben spoke to Anglican priest and Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Monash University, Gary Bouma
 
A new study from Monash University in Australia suggests a nutritional approach that combines three common nutrients that work together to prevent or reverse food allergies. Listen in this week as Dee talks about this promising nutritional combination. Link to Dee's Recommended Probiotics
 
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John and Garry Podcast
 
John Stanley and Dee Dee Dunleavy talk to Monash University linguistics lecturer Howie Manns.
 
Episode 41 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast. How can shared space drive artistic, healing collaborations? In what ways can art address themes of global warming, gender identity, ancestral teachings, and the importance of local community? In episode 41 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast, host Cathy Hannabach interviews artists Rosanna Raymond, Léu ...…
 
Sunday 18th June 2017 at 4:30pm
 
Sunday 18th June 2017 at 10am
 
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John and Garry Podcast
 
John and Garry talk to Monash University Professor of Linguistics Kate Burridge.
 
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Scarlet Letter: The Podcast of the Feminist Legal Group at Monash University
 
In this episode of the scarlet letter, Tamara Wilkinson joins Ronli Sifiris to interview Azadeh Dastyari about growing up with activist parents in Iran, her introduction to feminism and her work examining refugee law and policy.
 
Homosexuality has actually had a high profile in this country – largely due to the use of sodomy laws in the political arena. Despite attracting international condemnation, the practice persists. We’re off to Malaysia. What affect does the political misuse of the colonial-era sodomy laws have on everyday LGBT Malaysians? How do you start a publ ...…
 
Recorded Tuesday 30 May 2017. In 1917, Robert Grieve was awarded the highest military honour, the Victoria Cross (VC) medal, for knocking out a machine gun post concealed in a concrete pill-box during the Battle of Messines. Unusual for a VC award, Grieve’s actions were reported by two non-commissioned officers. Hear Philip Powell discuss his r ...…
 
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Healthy Lifestyle Podcast
 
Professor of Women's Health at Monash University Helena Teede talks about the new global study revealing a majority of expecting mothers are not achieving a healthy weight during pregnancy.
 
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We All Wear It Differently - A Podcast for Early Career Psychologists
 
Professor Peter Norton is an internationally recognised expert in the study and cognitive-behavioural treatment of anxiety disorders. He is also an expert in Transdiagnostic Approaches to mental health treatment. Dr Norton's research explores transdiagnostic and diagnosis-specific factors across anxiety and other emotional disorders, and transl ...…
 
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TMC Podcast: Interviews with Medical Specialists
 
Dr Eleanor Thong is an endocrinology fellow at Monash Health. She settled upon endocrinology as a resident, where she gleaned satisfaction from the “direct results” she saw when treating patients. It was this “black and white” nature of the specialty that drew her towards it. Endocrinology seems to be a specialty filled with uncertainty and ple ...…
 
Sunday 11th June 2017 at 10am
 
This week we bring you audio from our first live event, A Night Of Blind Optimism, for the video head over to our facebook page. Startups expose teams to an impossible learning curve, in a harsh, unforgiving environment. Founders have a non-negotiable job requirement to repeatedly bounce back, stronger, faster and more resilient, on a hourly, d ...…
 
Episode 178 Being the mother clown with balls in the air Today I chat about Children, mayhem, friendship, and life. welcome to my podcast episode Much love to you xx Please- Join my mailing list for FREE MEDITATIONS and gifts - http://eepurl.com/ch4lsn Please Buy my High-quality wav meditations( please) here https://sellfy.com/LaurenOstrowskiFe ...…
 
Joining Dr Shane on the show is Dr Lauren and Dr Ray. On the phone is Professor Richard Wilkinson, Emeritus Professor of Public Health at the University of Nottingham. Professor Wilkinson’s research has uncovered that economic inequality is the key driver for numerous health (and social) problems in developed countries such as Australia. Second ...…
 
Joining Dr Shane on the show is Dr Lauren and Dr Ray. On the phone is Professor Richard Wilkinson, Emeritus Professor of Public Health at the University of Nottingham. Professor Wilkinson’s research has uncovered that economic inequality is the key driver for numerous health (and social) problems in developed countries such as Australia. Second ...…
 
Joining Dr Shane on the show is Dr Lauren and Dr Ray. On the phone is Professor Richard Wilkinson, Emeritus Professor of Public Health at the University of Nottingham. Professor Wilkinson’s research has uncovered that economic inequality is the key driver for numerous health (and social) problems in developed countries such as Australia. Second ...…
 
Joining Dr Shane on the show is Dr Lauren and Dr Ray. On the phone is Professor Richard Wilkinson, Emeritus Professor of Public Health at the University of Nottingham. Professor Wilkinson’s research has uncovered that economic inequality is the key driver for numerous health (and social) problems in developed countries such as Australia. Second ...…
 
Bernard Salt is widely regarded as one of Australia’s leading social commentators by business, the media, and the broader community. He heads the Business Demographics and founded KPMG Demographics, which developed into a high-profile specialist advisory business. Bernard writes two weekly columns for The Australian newspaper. He is an adjunct ...…
 
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Latest 100 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio
 
Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ch ...…
 
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Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ch ...…
 
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LSE: Public lectures and events
 
Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ch ...…
 
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Latest 100 | LSE Public lectures and events | Video
 
Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ch ...…
 
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Latest 300 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio and pdf
 
Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ch ...…
 
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Latest 100 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio and pdf
 
Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ch ...…
 
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Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ch ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | Video
 
Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ch ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | All media types
 
Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ch ...…
 
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Meet The Education Researcher
 
Dr. David Bright (Monash University) talks about his research and writing on the topics of teaching English as a second language, global citizenship & 'difference'.We talk about Deleuze, fitting into North American conferences, ethnography as 'slow' research, and how to seek out research opportunities across all aspects of our academic work.…
 
Volume 206, Issue 10: 5 June 2017. Professor Flavia Cicuttini is head of Rheumatology at The Alfred and head of Monash University's Musculoskeletal Unit. She discusses the lack of evidence for hip arthroscopies as treatment for femeroacetabular impingement. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell.…
 
Sunday 4th June 2017 at 4:30pm
 
Sunday 4th June 2017 at 10am
 
Kate Burridge, Professor of Linguistics at Monash University, talks about the shelf life of slang.
 
Highlights Official Bulletin: War bonds, fake news, prostitutes, shoes, trucks and draft dodgers |@ 01:00 Guest: Mike Shuster on the low enthusiasm, Creel, 4 minutes men and arrests for disagreeing with the government. |@ 07:15 War In The Sky: Profile Raynal Bolling |@ 11:00 Events: Memorial day retrospective |@ 14:00 States: NY “Beyond The Tre ...…
 
“Borders,” says Mary Bosworth, “are the key issue of our time.” And so, says the criminologist, “in response to the mass migration that’s happening, the criminal justice system is shifting. This shouldn’t surprise us – all other aspects of our society are changing.” One of those changes is the creation of a new subfield of criminology, one expl ...…
 
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