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52 minutes | 2 days ago
Motortorque with Toby Hagon
Toby Hagon, Editor of EV Central.com is back with a brand new addition of motortorque. He’s bringing us up to speed with all the latest developments in the automotive world.
51 minutes | 4 days ago
Living with Invisible Disabilities
International Day of People with Disability is a chance to increase awareness, understanding and acceptance.
15 minutes | 5 days ago
Alex Heller-Nicholas Reviews: Misbehaviour, After the Night and Trickster
Alex reckons the film Misbehaviour goes for the jugular with a story of gender and race, the series After The Night is refreshingly good Australian true crime, and the series Trickster provides an engrossing and profound reflection on the plight of First Nations people in Canada.
51 minutes | 5 days ago
Value of mentoring
How important is it to have a mentor? What difference does having one make in your life? And how do you find a mentor that’s right for you?
16 minutes | 6 days ago
Misunderstood: Early contact in NSW's Hawksbury region
A look at the legacy left by the early contact between the Hawksbury's indigenous inhabitants and white settlers
51 minutes | 6 days ago
How do we use our body to communicate without using words? And how important is our body language in terms of making a good first impression?
13 minutes | 6 days ago
The breathtaking Barossa Valley
Exploring beyond the fine foods and wines of South Australia's famous Barossa
32 minutes | 7 days ago
This Week in History: The Eleanor Crosses
Despite being renown for his vicious attacks on both Wales and Scotland, Edward I's softer side created one of the most romantic gestures in English history..
52 minutes | 8 days ago
Creativity: Shaping Our Global Future
Creativity shapes human activity, propelling us forward into new endeavours and frontiers. From individuals to cultures and societies, it permeates our drive with technology, science and the arts.
24 minutes | 9 days ago
Eat Out In: Use It All
Cooking has seen renewed interest during Covid. With more time on our hands, we’ve found an opportunity to hone our skills in the kitchen.
20 minutes | 9 days ago
Kinky Boots Kicks on at the Cinema
Not everyone can get out to the theatre and immersing ourselves in a musical production more and more is taking us to view online.
25 minutes | 9 days ago
The Writers: Sue Smethurst ‘The Freedom Circus’
Some personal stories astound and inspire showing people with the most extraordinary human capacity for love, courage and survival. This is one of them.
50 minutes | 10 days ago
We take a trip back in time to ancient Greece and Rome to learn about the games of the era which were also considered a religious festival held in honour of the father of gods - Zues!
12 minutes | 10 days ago
The copper with the photographic memory: Reg 'Hawkeye' Henderson
Victorian police officer Reg "Hawkeye' Henderson was renowned for his photographic memory, and for catching crims on the streets after matching their faces with his trusty pocket book full of clippings.
51 minutes | 11 days ago
History of western music
A look at the evolution of western music through the decades.
51 minutes | 12 days ago
What's the future of Australia's super system?
The Review of Retirement Incomes in Australia has found that if you retire owning your own home you'll probably be comfortable during your retirement, but questions are being asked about the future of the superannuation guarantee.
15 minutes | 12 days ago
CJ's reviews: Mank, American Utopia and The Trouble With Being Born
CJ reckons Mank was made for him and possibly you too! American Utopia is David Byrne at his joyous best, plus The Trouble With Being Born is intelligent and thoughtful.
50 minutes | 13 days ago
The Value of Solitude
How comfortable are you being alone with your thoughts? While some run from the idea, other people see bouts of solitude as essential to their happiness. Which are you?
20 minutes | 13 days ago
Why were Indigenous Australians not offered a treaty in 1788?
The British government took a very different approach to Indigenous sovereignty with New Zealand's Indigenous peoples in 1839. So why not Australia in 1788?
13 minutes | 13 days ago
Monday Night Travel: Far North Queensland
Far North Queensland's big wet is also its big green!
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