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If you tend to wander aimlessly around the streaming services, trying to decide which sports documentaries are worth watching, you're in the right place. We watch, discuss, review, and rank, the docos you've heard about, and plenty you haven't. No sport is off limits, as we chat about soccer, cricket, basketball, tennis, and many more. Don't waste your time watching boring sports documentaries. Let us do the research for you!
The J Files is Double J's music doco show bringing together artists and fans to share and explore the stories behind the music you love. Each week the Double J radio program and online feature dig through archives, rarities and your experiences to create an in-depth profile of an artist, album or idea. It's your ticket to music discovery.
Sup Doc is the #1 Podcast about Documentaries! This lively show features comedy, commentary & recaps with classic and not-so-classic documentaries! On each episode comedians Paco Romane and George Chen give actual analysis while hilariously discussing the documentary with their wide array of amazing guests, plus games and film clips. These hosts hit the right tone of funny and thoughtful. Sup Doc has been described as "a fun way to pore over docs" by Vulture, a "great idea" by Boing Boing an ...
Flopstars is a podcast presented by Sam Murphy and Nic Kelly, looking at our favourite popstars in our hearts who can’t quite compete on the charts. Together we’ll be going deep into projects that were criminally underrated commercially but won cult adoration. This is a chance to dig into some of the best pop records of our time and also have a little laugh about the ridiculous world they’re forced to compete in.
Too Rad Chicks

Too Rad Chicks

Deanne Love & Grace Hogan

Join Grace Hogan & Deanne Love as they live life outside of the box and take you with them. Each week these too rad chicks share a weekly confession, report back on an adventure they have tackled and share their weekly obsession (aka fav tunes of the week)
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29 kilos of extra weight could cost women 9% in lower wages. Professor John Cawley studies the economics of obesity at Cornell University. His studies show that obese women earn less than women who aren't obese, no matter how good they are at their jobs. Professor Cawley talks about the cost and consequences of unhealthy weight and what might work …
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