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The Drop

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The Drop

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The Drop is a weekly show tackling the latest in the world of pop culture and entertainment. Why does it seem like everything on television is based on a true story? Why is Kate Bush back in the charts? How did Pete Davidson get so popular? Join host Osman Faruqi and The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age's team of culture writers and critics as they answer these questions and more along with interviews with musicians, actors, film makers and everyone involved in the world of culture.
 
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Please Explain

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Please Explain

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From the newsrooms of The Age and SMH, Please Explain gives you a daily insight into the stories that drive the nation. Please take the time to rate & review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. We love to hear your thoughts and it makes it easier for the rest of the podcast world to find us. Become a subscriber: our supporters power our newsrooms and are critical for the sustainability of news coverage. Becoming a subscriber also gets you exclusive behind-the-scenes content a ...
 
Since late 2020, the case of missing Sydney woman Melissa Caddick has captivated the country. A seemingly successful businesswoman from Sydney's eastern suburbs went missing after authorities raided her Dover Heights home amid questions over an unlicensed financial planning business. Sydney Morning Herald investigative journalist Kate McClymont would reveal key details of a massive Ponzi scheme and a $23 million fraud that ripped off investors including her family and friends as Caddick live ...
 
Let's Talk About Sects is an award-winning monthly podcast focusing on a different cult each episode. Sarah takes a storytelling, deep dive approach, looking at the history of a sect's leaders, the recruitment of members, their experiences, psychological aspects, and notable incidents during its existence. You can support us on Patreon, with a one-off donation, or grab some merch. Sarah Steel's debut book Do As I Say is available now. “A fascinating and well-researched look into cults and th ...
 
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It All Adds Up

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It All Adds Up

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Welcome to It All Adds Up the podcast where we make money easy to understand so that listeners can begin building their financial wealth. We’re going to cover topics like: investing for the first time, crypto, how do interest rates work, how to crack into the property market, saving for retirement. Join The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age's senior economics writer Jessica Irvine and money editor Dominic Powell from August 25 as they try to help you make it all add up. It All Adds Up is pro ...
 
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Bondi Badlands

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Bondi Badlands

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Bondi Badlands, a podcast from The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, investigates a series of murders and mysterious disappearances of gay men that happened on the southern headland at Sydney's Bondi Beach in the late 1980s and early 1990s. When a high profile TV newsreader and weatherman disappeared on the Bondi cliff tops on a frigid winter's night in July 1989, it received nationwide news coverage but such a shoddy police investigation that links would not be drawn to a series of other m ...
 
Welcome to News with The Sydney Morning Herald, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Sydney everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Sydney Morning Herald brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia’s most authoritative newsroom.
 
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News with The Age

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News with The Age

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Welcome to News with The Age, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Melbourne everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Age brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia’s most authoritative newsroom.
 
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The Confession

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The Confession

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The Confession is a podcast where the justice system itself is on trial. At the centre of it all is Katia Pyliotis, accused of bludgeoning a man with a statue of the Virgin Mary. Four years of Katia’s life is spent behind bars, until the truth emerges because of a stroke of luck. When an item thought long lost is suddenly found and the spotlight is shifted from Katia to her accusers, the police. Richard Baker tells the story of a murder, a botched trial and the system that allowed it to happ ...
 
The Jane Anderson Brand You Show is the podcast for experts, consultants, speakers, trainers, academics and coaches who are or aim to be the leaders in their field. Jane shares her insights as well as interviews those who are industry experts to find out about their experiences when marketing themselves under their Personal Brand, or name. According to US Labour Data, by 2020 50% of the workforce will be self-employed​. The ability to market & sell yourself is an essential skill for the futu ...
 
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Real Footy

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Real Footy

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The best footy writers from The Age and SMH bring you the weekly lowdown on all things AFL. If you like the pod, please take the time to rate & review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. We love to hear from you and it makes it easier for the rest of the podcast world to find us. And, why not become a subscriber? Our supporters power our newsrooms and are critical for the sustainability of news coverage. Becoming a subscriber also gets you exclusive behind-the-scenes content ...
 
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Superdraft 2001

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Superdraft 2001

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Superdraft 2001: the day that changed the game. Over four episodes Emma Quayle will be speaking to some of the key players in the Superdraft including Luke Hodge, Luke Ball, Chris Judd, Dane Swan, Peter Schwab, John Turnbull, Steve Johnson and Jimmy Bartel.
 
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The Short Squeeze

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Produced in commercial partnership between the SMH, The Age and IG Markets. A podcast that fills you in with all you need to know about what's happening in the world of financial markets. The Age's Lucy Battersby is joined by IG Market analyst Kyle Rodda. Stay up to date with all the latest movements in the business world - https://www.theage.com.au/business or https://www.smh.com.au/business
 
Your weekly guide to pop culture in Australia. Mostly the fun bits. Karl Quinn is an entertainament writer for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald; Andrew Young is a musician, DJ, pedagogue and all-round man-about-town. Together they are The Clappers, and together they present this always-on-the-pulse and frequently hilarious look at culture high and low. If it's happening in film, TV, books, galleries - and let's not forget cycling - there's a 50-50 chance it's happening on The Clappers. Mayb ...
 
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This week, over four million Australian children will return to classrooms, marking the beginning of a new school year. But parents are paying more than ever - with private school fees in Sydney and Melbourne increasing more than 50 per cent over the past decade. The fees have far exceeded the rate of inflation and wage growth, forcing some parents…
 
Over the past few months, tens of thousands of tech workers have been fired from some of the biggest tech companies in the world - companies like Google, Meta and Amazon. So why are these cuts happening now? And will the tech sector survive? Today, technology editor from the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age, Nick Bonyhady on the big tech jobs bloo…
 
Australia's biggest music countdown is here, but does it still have the kind of cultural resonance it used to? On this episode of The Drop, host Osman Faruqi and journalist Billie Eder dive into the data to look at what it takes to get a winning song, and what we can expect in this year's countdown. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh…
 
For all the talk about our fractured attention spans and ability to still read books, when a new phenomenon hits the shelves, we crack open the covers. “If Harry Potter is delivered, what do we see? We see kids who are apparently distractible and distracted with their noses in their books - and they can’t be prised away from reading,” says Adelaide…
 
Earlier this week, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese made an emergency visit to Alice Springs. Local community leaders have been concerned for months about the soaring rates of crime and alcohol-fuelled violence after laws curbing the sale of booze expired in the middle of last year. From Alice Springs, senior reporter Zach Hope tells Rachel Clun wha…
 
Officially, it’s ‘Australia Day’. But celebrating the landing of the first fleet is increasingly becoming a faux pas, and crowd numbers at Invasion Day rallies are growing by the thousands. Surveys show the majority of Australians still want to celebrate Australia Day, but more people, particularly younger generations, are choosing to ignore the pu…
 
Home ownership: It’s the biggest topic in personal finance. On this first episode of It All Adds Up, we’ll take a look at how much it takes to buy a home in Australia these days and some strategies to help our listeners to get a foot in the door. It All Adds Up is the podcast where we make money easy to understand so that listeners can begin buildi…
 
All three parts of our sharemarket investing for beginners series combined. Jess and Dom look at the basics of shares as investments, a checklist of things to consider before buying shares, and then go through the process of buying shares. It All Adds Up is the podcast where we make money easy to understand so that listeners can begin building thei…
 
It’s something many of us use every day, but there is growing evidence that gas stoves may be harmful to our health. An American consumer safety watchdog recently suggested gas stoves could be banned if they couldn’t be made safe, sparking fury among conservative and Republican commentators. One outspoken chef even taped himself to his gas stove in…
 
Half a century after humans first touched down on the moon, we are once again planning missions there. Cheaper rockets, more powerful computers, and economic competition with technology at its heart is spurring a growth in space flight. Today, digital foreign editor Chris Zappone speaks to Professor Alan Duffy, an astronomer at Swinburne University…
 
Late last week, Jacinda Ardern announced she would be stepping down as New Zealand's prime minister. In her five years as the nation's leader, Jacinda Ardern became a global icon known for her youth, progressive values, and emphasis on a politics of kindness. So why is she resigning now? And what's next for politics in New Zealand? Today journalist…
 
We'll be back in late January 2023 with plenty of exciting interviews booked in the calendar. But for now enjoy one of our most popular episodes from the past year. And remember to subscribe and share. Australia is rushing towards a filmmaking crisis due to the paucity of locally-produced shows on which up-and-coming writers, directors and other ke…
 
One of the biggest movies in the world right now is about a robotic doll who goes on a violent rampage. The film is called M3GAN, and it’s part of a new wave of campy, self-aware horror movies that are becoming huge box office success stories. On today's episode, we explore how horror appears to be in the middle of a renaissance right now, thanks t…
 
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