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Ear to Asia

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Ear to Asia

Asia Institute, The University of Melbourne

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Ear to Asia is produced by Asia Institute, the Asia research specialists at the University of Melbourne, Australia. In Ear to Asia, we talk with Asia experts to unpack the issues behind news headlines in a region that is rapidly changing the world. Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.
 
The Little Red Podcast: interviews and chat celebrating China beyond the Beijing beltway. Hosted by Graeme Smith, China studies academic at the Australian National University's Department of Pacific Affairs and Louisa Lim, former China correspondent for the BBC and NPR, now with the Centre for Advancing Journalism at Melbourne University. We are the 2018 winners of podcast of the year in the News & Current Affairs category of the Australian Podcast Awards. Follow us @limlouisa and @GraemeKSm ...
 
Hosted by Associate Professor Jen Martin and Dr Michael Wheeler, Let’s Talk SciComm is a podcast from the University of Melbourne’s Science Communication Teaching Program. Listen for advice, tips and interviews about how to communicate science in effective and engaging ways. Show notes, transcripts and more info: https://go.unimelb.edu.au/2dci
 
Welcome to the physio foundations podcast, a podcast about the foundational knowledge and skills that lie beneath expert clinical practice. Hosted by Luke Perraton, PhD, physiotherapist and physiotherapy educator/researcher at Monash university, Melbourne, Australia. You can watch the video podcast version on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz_Dmvd9wVxpoVN5Dpnx76w/featured Visit our website Perraton.Physio to read our blog and find out more about us Leave a comment on Facebook, T ...
 
Trained historians Chloe Ward and Emma Shortis discuss, analyse and critique the big issues of our time. To figure out the events shaping our world, they apply critical thinking with history-charged commentary. The pair didn’t predict Brexit, Trump or the Australian election. So, they’re slowing down to unpack and review: this is your explainer on what’s really going on. Barely Gettin' By is sponsored by RMIT.
 
Associate Professor Albie Brooks exposes the research work of the University of Melbourne Accounting Department's staff and academic visitors, conveys innovations and developments in our teaching program, and provides commentary on issues of the day in accounting. Through this, TAPS reaches out to the broader academic community, industry, the profession and the wider community.
 
Peter Strachan is a capital markets veteran, resources analyst and lover of the oil, gas and energy game. Prior to moving into the finance sphere in 1983, Peter completed a Bachelor of Science in Metallurgy and Geology at University of Melbourne and after travelling the hippy trail, worked in Zambia and PNG as a metallurgist and as a business analyst in Melbourne with CRA, now Rio Tinto. Since 2003, Peter has been the brains behind the popular weekly “StockAnalysis” investment letter. Puttin ...
 
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GameChangers

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GameChangers

University of Melbourne

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GameChangers is a show about people who play by their own rules in their careers. Join us as we speak with Melbourne-bred bright minds who have taken the road less travelled and found their niche. In Season 2 we're taking some time out to reconnect, exploring the ways our GameChangers are forming connections in the world, by creating new communities, spaces, and technologies.
 
Spot Diagnosis examines the common skin complaints that general medical practitioners are frequently presented with. It is tailored specifically for medical students, and GPs, but should also be useful for nurses and pharmacists. The series provides evidence-based, up-to-date medical education & information aimed at upskilling medical practitioners in treating skin complaints, in order to improve the skin health of our communities. The series is hosted by Associate Professor Alvin Chong, sen ...
 
Overhear researchers talk about what they do and why they do it. Hear them obsess, confess and profess - changing the world one experiment, one paper and one interview at a time. Listen in as seasoned eavesdropper Chris Hatzis follows reporters Dr Andi Horvath and Steve Grimwade on their meetings with magnificent minds. Made possible by the University of Melbourne.
 
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3010

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3010

University Of Melbourne

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What happens after you leave university? Will you end up doing exactly what you trained for, or something else entirely? In the 3010 podcast, we meet University of Melbourne alumni on career paths that have taken them to interesting – and sometimes unexpected – places. The companion podcast to 3010, the University’s magazine for alumni and friends. www.unimelb.edu.au/3010
 
This is a 'how to' podcast for anyone who wants to create a great place to work. Here, culture leaders will share their insights on how they build great cultures and I'll be sharing my experiences of helping organisations to establish and evolve winning cultures.
 
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Pollen

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Pollen

PodcastOne Australia

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Associate Professor Ed Newbigin, a plant biologist in the School of BioSciences at the University of Melbourne has been the driving force in helping Melbourne’s allergy sufferers- providing them with resources and information about the impact of grass pollen on human health. This series will have a range of experts in the fields of micro-biology, weather and healthcare to help breakdown all things pollen and allergies.
 
5 Things About is for you and your inner curious cat. The part of you that just loves to know what others know about inventions, ideas, people and places. You've heard the proverb "curiosity killed the cat" ... the rest of the proverb is "but satisfaction brought it back." The 5 Things About podcast is a University of Melbourne training program created by Dr Andi Horvath.
 
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Consulting With A Cause

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Consulting With A Cause

180 Degrees Consulting - The University of Melbourne

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Join our hosts, Pip and Dave, in discovering more about how consultants can help NFPs to improve education, poverty & homelessness, alongside many more areas of social impact. We'll be joined by industry experts who will bring a wealth of knowledge to engage in thought-provoking conversations, centred around the rewards of integrating social impact into your professional journey. Check out our socials here: https://linktr.ee/180dcpodcast Communications Director: Evie Filippis Hosts: David Xi ...
 
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Enrol Here

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Enrol Here

UniMelb Adventures

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University can be a daunting time. Assignments, resumes, lectures and even your love life can all spiral into a crazy mess at any point. From UniMelb Adventures at the University of Melbourne, we delve into what it means to be a uni student in 2019 and the experiences students face during their time studying.
 
From polls to party spin to policies, ‘Below the Line’ is a 2022 limited edition podcast breaking free of party, media and populist lines. Brought to you by La Trobe University and The Conversation, our host Jon Faine dusts off his microphone and joins political scientists Anika Gauja, Simon Jackman and Andrea Carson to cut through the election noise. Regularly joined by journalists, activists and politicians in new episodes twice a week, we’ll unpack the election issues that matter to you. ...
 
Making A Difference is a Junction Journalism podcast produced by student journalists in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. From June 2021, new episodes of Making A Difference will be hosted a different university each month. We'll continue to report on stories that don't shy away from issues but also explore solutions and better ways of working. Subscribe to listen every month.https://junctionjournalism.com/ or wherever you get your podcasts.
 
Deakin University provides all their students with the opportunity to achieve beyond their own beliefs, dreams and aspirations. At Deakin, students have a real opportunity to get a head in life through the dedication and experience levels of the staff employed at Deakin University as well as the world class facilities they provide.
 
Welcome to The Random Sample, a podcast by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical frontiers (ACEMS). In this show, we share stories about mathematics, statistics and the people involved. Featuring episodes from The University of Melbourne, The University of Adelaide, QUT and UNSW. To learn more about what the centre does, visit https://acems.org.au. For further resources and shownotes, visit https://acems.org.au/podcast
 
The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law is the scholarly home of International law at the University of Cambridge. The Centre, founded by Sir Elihu Lauterpacht QC in 1983, serves as a forum for the discussion and development of international law and is one of the specialist law centres of the Faculty of Law. The Centre holds weekly lectures on topical issues of international law by leading practitioners and academics. For more information see the LCIL website at http://www.lcil.cam.ac.uk/
 
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Drinks On Us

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Drinks On Us

Raj Gaddam & Jerry Alengaden

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Kick your feet up, grab a nice cold drink and unwind, as Jerry and Raj chat about everything going on in the world right now! From talking about the struggles of university students, to the come-up of those household names we know and love, listen in as they peel back the layers of their personal lives, and talk about what it’s like growing up as brown boys in Melbourne, Australia.
 
Women Are The Business links cutting edge research and real life experience to explain the hurdles women face at work and in life. With each episode we’ll go inside the issues that affect women in the workplace, from dissecting Paid Parental Leave and personal finance to understanding the impacts of housework or working in a gender divided industry. We’ll leave you with practical ideas for your own life and give you big picture solutions that could change the game for women all over the world.
 
The Summons is a podcast by two law students at the University of Melbourne, in collaboration with the law school's student newspaper, De Minimis. The show includes interviews on topical legal issues, as well as general topics of interest. Enjoy! Available on iTunes.
 
This Must Be the Place is a podcast-in-the-offing hosted by David Nichols (University of Melbourne) and Elizabeth Taylor (RMIT University). It’s a podcast about space, place, culture and society. It’s kind of like the Urbanists (a community radio show on RRR, about urban planning type issues in Melbourne) but it’s a podcast.
 
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Nominal Interest

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Nominal Interest

Economics Student Society of Australia (ESSA)

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Nominal Interest is the brand new podcast by the Economics Student Society of Australia (ESSA). Each week, on Wednesdays at 7:00, we plan to dissect the news of the week in the worlds of politics, economics, pop culture and everything in between. We hope to bring an engaging, accessible and novel approach to the big stories as they happen, and we’re looking forward to joining in the discussion with you.
 
What issues matter most to Australian Christians during an election? Hosts Tim Costello and Mel Wade talk to Australia's experts and leaders - including the ones that Christians don't usually get to hear from! Episode guests: Prof Ian Harper (Reserve Bank & Dean of Melbourne Business School, Melbourne University) - Economy; John Anderson (Former Deputy PM & Nationals Leader) - Religious Freedom; Natasha Stott Despoja (former senator & Ambassador for Women and Girls) - Women Dr Tim Flannery ( ...
 
Professor Noam Chomsky presented a lecture 'Changing Contours of Global Order' a look at our drastically changing world, and the implications for domestic and world order on 4 November 2011. This was a free public lecture and was Professor Chomsky's only public appearance in Melbourne, Australia. Professor Chomsky was an invited guest of Deakin University's School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
 
It’s the podcast you wished you had when you started your working life.Starting Somewhere delivers insights and stories that demystifies the internship landscape and dissects the seemingly scary world of work. Work has changed. Employers want more than a grade, candidates are demanding as much from their employer as their employer is of them. Internships are a crucial bridge from the classroom to the workplace. Each episode tackles a theme, with concrete takeaways, such as video interviewing ...
 
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Emotions Make History

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Emotions Make History

The ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (Europe 1100-1800)

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Emotions shape individual, community and national identities. The ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (CHE) uses historical knowledge from Europe, 1100=1800, to understand the long history of emotional behaviours. Based at The University of Western Australia, with additional nodes at the Universities of Adelaide, Melbourne, Queensland and Sydney, CHE investigates how European societies thought, felt and functioned, and how these changes impact life in Australia today. More a ...
 
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Acknowledgement of Country// News Headlines// 7:15am - Barbara Shaw (IRAG) - Karrinjarla Muwajarri Mparntwe Rally//Arrernte activist Barbara Shaw from the Intervention Rollback Action Group or IRAG spoke at a rally on Saturday the 18th of June in Mparntwe Alice Springs calling for Karrinjarla Muwajarri, no guns in community. The Karrinjarla Muwajar…
 
This week, Jen and Michael were delighted to speak with Dr Michael Winlo. Michael is Managing Director at Emyria, a data-driven, drug development and clinical services company focused on improving care of patients with unmet needs. Emyria leverages the clinical evidence created with patients to launch and register novel drug development and treatme…
 
This episode captures the highlights from Junction Journalism’s national radio broadcast on election night. Relive the key moments as journalism students around the country reported on a momentous vote count that saw Labor, led by Anthony Albanese, sweep to power along with a wave of independent candidates. More stories from Junction Journalism: ht…
 
The recent change of government in Australia and a less strident tone in messaging from the Chinese leadership are being taken by some as a promising turn for fractured bilateral ties. But as Australia remains caught in the great power rivalry between the United States and China, what kind of relationship can we realistically expect between Canberr…
 
Headlines- Girls freed from Nigerian 'baby factory' - FINA decision on transgender swimmers - Maybelle Blair comes out at 95- Rally today against Sustainable Forests Timber Amendment (Timber Harvesting Safety Zones) Bill 2022 Phuong speaks with Joanna Bosse, curator at the Bayside Gallery in Brighton about the Ellen Jose Art Award. Ellen Jose was a…
 
This week on Physio Foundations Zuzana and I continued our conversation with Dr Brooke Patterson from the La Trobe Sports and Exercise Medicine research centre about the Prep-to-Play injury prevention program and improving performance in women and girl’s sport. Both Brooke and Zuzana have extensive experience as clinicians, players and researchers …
 
Applying for grants is an experience common to all researchers and with success rates for many funding schemes extremely low, any advice to improve the chance of success for your application is very welcome! In this episode, Jen and Michael were thrilled to have the chance to chat with Jonathan O’Donnell and to pick his brains about how to write a …
 
An ambitious new project aims to survey hundreds of people working in Australia’s arts organisations, to better understand why the sector’s stated goal of increasing audience diversity has so far seen limited success. The project – led by researchers at Deakin University in collaboration with an industry advisory group – is one of the first large s…
 
A call to action on climate change – Naarm band Public Holiday release debut single ‘The Bush’ The Bush is the first single from Public Holiday’s debut self-titled EP. Written in the wake of the devastating 2019-2020 Australian bushfires, The Bush reflects lead singer Tasha Lloyd’s first-hand experience of evacuating East-Gippsland during that summ…
 
Passing Strange Book and Lyrics by Stew Music by Stew and Heidi Rodewald Created in collaboration with Annie Dorsen By Arrangement with Music Theatre International (Australasia) on behalf of Dramatists Play Service, Inc. 24 June to 10 July, 2022 Meat Market Stables – 2 Wreckyn St, North Melbourne Following on from the acclaimed first production in …
 
The Australian Chamber Choir have our ‘Top Dozen Choral Classics’ concerts coming up in the middle of the year for which we are asking members of the public to vote for their favourite choral pieces for inclusion within the concert program. I thought that this could be a good opportunity to promote the concert series and artistic endeavours of the …
 
ACMI, in an Australian exclusive, will present a major exhibition of more than 70 works from the national collection of renowned British art institution, Tate. Light: Works from Tate’s Collection will premiere 16 June – 13 November 2022 as part of the Victorian Government’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series. Curated by Tate, UK and drawing from …
 
As you'll see from this bio, Dr Siew Fang Law has qualifications and experience a-plenty but what really stands out for me is her understanding of people, the unique human experience and how who we are, where we come from, what we believe, influences how we create meaning in the world. Being able to tap into this is a great skills for building cult…
 
This week on Physio Foundations Zuzana and I spoke with Dr Brooke Patterson from the La Trobe Sports and Exercise Medicine research centre about her research into knee joint health and function following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and translating her research into the clinic. You can follow Brooke on Twitter @knee_howells This is a d…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Marisa from 3CR’s Doin’ Time show caught up with Nerita Waight (Yorta Yorta), CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, about a recent case challenging aged pension discrimination for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people - which is headed for Full Federal Court later this year. The interview hig…
 
This week we are so excited to catch up with one of our University of Melbourne Science Communication alumni who is doing amazing things in the world! Kate Cranney is a science communicator, scientist and visual artist. She combines these skills in her role as a Communications Advisor with CSIRO, Australia's national science agency. Kate's backgrou…
 
After two long months, Shanghai's brutal lockdown is over in name, but Xi Jinping is telling officials to ‘unswervingly adhere’ to Zero COVID, despite the costs. Shanghai’s lockdown brought chaos to global supply chains and torpedoed China’s once-sacred economic growth targets. It’s also taken a toll on the city’s residents; once the nation’s most …
 
Protesters returned to the streets of Bangkok in late 2021 – after a hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions – with anger over curbs to civil and political rights as well as calls for reform of the Thai monarchy. In response, Prayut Chan-o-cha’s government has sought to quell the pro-democracy protests by restricting and monitoring internet use, and by…
 
The Melbourne Prize Trust The Trust is delighted to offer the Melbourne Prize for Music 2022 & Awards. This year’s program has been made possible through the generous and ongoing support from our partners, who are acknowledged below. The three categories offered this year providing Victorian musicians with opportunities to benefit their careers and…
 
One of Melbourne’s great cultural treasures is returning to its spiritual home. The Australian Antique & Art Dealers Association’s Melbourne Fair is returning to the iconic Malvern Town Hall over the Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend, celebrating 60 years of offering the nation’s finest antiques for sale. The post Trevor Hancock – AAADA Antiques and Ar…
 
Sacellum Sacellum (pron: sa-chell-um): a small chapel within a church, or a sanctuary dedicated to a deity Sacellum is an infected confection of the sacred and technology. A melancholic wink at consumerism and spirituality. A dialogue between a certain past and an uncertain future. Chris Orr reclaims engravings of Renaissance images and layers them…
 
Described by the New York Times as ‘thrilling and engaging – universal, profound… and uplifting’ Joan Didion’s celebrated memoir is brought to life by Green Room Award-winning actor Jillian Murray in a critically-acclaimed solo performance that reunites her with director Laurence Strangio. This highly personal account of loss through the lens of ho…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Janelle Da Silva is Multidisciplinary Artist, Speaker, and Birthworker. They join us today to speak about their live podcast series ‘Race on the Table’ produced by 3rd Stage Productions with Dr Nilmini Fernando and Fjorn Bastos (DJ Papaphilia). These free public events at Twosixty in Brunswick unpack issues …
 
Writing a thesis is hard! It’s probably the longest document you’ve ever had to write, and the experience is often accompanied by a tendency to procrastinate and feelings of overwhelm and imposterism. This episode will help! Jen and Michael briefly talk about their thesis writing experiences and share their top tips. But most of the episode is fill…
 
This week on Physio Foundations I spoke with Associate Professor Cylie Williams from Monash University’s School of Primary and Allied Health Care about how podiatrists help children and adults with foot conditions, her current research projects and why we desperately need more podiatrists! Please visit @kidslegpain on Facebook and Twitter and find …
 
We revisit Kannagi's conversation with Sam Rudolph, Aboriginal Policy Officer at the Consumer Action Law Centre, about Youpla (formally known as Aboringal Community Benefit Fund) - the funeral fund that recently went into liquidation due to financial collapse. This interview originally aired 26 April 2022. // Sam Floreani from Digital Rights Watch …
 
The Victorian Pride Centre is a welcoming, inclusive, and respectful space for all LGBTIQ+ communities and their allies. Our vision is a world where every LGBTIQ+ person has a place... LEARN MORE The post Victorian Pride Centre Gallery Exhibition Expression of Interest appeared first on Sunday Arts Magazine.…
 
ANYTHING FOR YOU is the 38th commercial release for Australian songwriter Ruth Picker under the Song Tailors brand. This neo-soul track marks the return of U.S based vocalist Dylan Kline... LEARN MORE The post Anything for You – Song Tailors appeared first on Sunday Arts Magazine.By JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities
 
A casualty of the 2021 Victoria Lockdown, Wil King (ABC/Netflix’s Why Are You Like This, Strangers in Between) and their real-life partner, award-winner Patrick Livesey (The Boy, George, Gone Girls)... LEARN MORE The post DIRT appeared first on Sunday Arts Magazine.By JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities
 
The Jewish Museum of Australia: Gandel Centre of Judaica, in collaboration with PHOTO 2022 and the Helmut Newton Foundation, presents HELMUT NEWTON: In Focus, a landmark exhibition of one of... LEARN MORE The post Helmut Newton – In Focus appeared first on Sunday Arts Magazine.By JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities
 
In this episode of ‘Making a Difference’, journalism students from the University of Melbourne report on what was one of the most marginal electorates in the country, Chisholm in Melbourne's eastern suburbs. Reporters spoke in-depth with voters throughout the election campaign about the issues that were most important to them. Climate change, relat…
 
Guillermo Diaz is a transformative global business leader and champion of diversity, equity and inclusion. He serves as the Chairman of the Hispanic Technology Executive Council (HITEC), he is on the board of directors at Blue Shield of California and also at Kloudspot Inc., an innovative predictive analytics platform provider, where he was previou…
 
Right from the outset, it is clear Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s agenda is very different to his predecessor Scott Morrison’s – from emphasising his commitment to fighting climate change to foreign leaders in Tokyo, to displaying the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags at his Parliament House press conferences. In this final episode of …
 
Acknowledgement of Country Headlines Naavikaran is a Meanjin based trans-Goddess, an upcoming producer, multimedia artist and changemaker. Through storytelling and the practice of culture, Naavikaran wants to support the care for land, Elders and children to come. She will be performing next week at 10 and 11pm on Thursday the 2nd of June for the e…
 
This week, we couldn’t be more thrilled to chat with James McCaw, Professor of Mathematical Biology in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Melbourne. James studied physics before embarking on a research career in infectious diseases epidemiological modelling. One of his primary research interests over the past 15 years has…
 
This week Zuzana and I spoke to Dr Matt King from the La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre. Matt is a physiotherapist, researcher and educator with a special interest in hip pain and biomechanics in athletes. Zuzana and I asked Matt about his PhD research on men and women with hip-related pain and the use of biomechanics to understa…
 
Politics can be slow-moving, until all of a sudden it isn’t. As political scientist Simon Jackman says in today’s episode of Below the Line, “politics is very non-linear. You get these steady, secular trends in voter sentiment, and then you’ll have that breakthrough election where that will convert into seats”. 2022 was that breakthrough election. …
 
Actors, writers and performers Matisse, Lotte and Anjelica speak with Gen about their upcoming comedic play Club Nite, which follows three reunited friends in Naarm as they dive into a satirical exploration of notorious Melbourne scenes. // Shania from Anakbayan Sydney speaks with Phuong about the organisation, the Filipino diaspora, and the impact…
 
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