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Rewired is back for its biggest season yet. In season four, we will hear how ARENA funding is helping to trial new ways of producing metals like steel and aluminium using renewable energy. Experts will share progress commercialising technologies like renewable hydrogen and electric vehicles, which are finally achieving long-held potential. And we will explore how Australia’s riches of wind and solar could unlock opportunities to undertake more energy-intensive processes onshore, creating job ...
 
The way we work, how work is changing, how it used to be and what it might look like in the future. It’s about who we work with, and who we work for. It’s a discussion about the conditions in which we work and the demands of a job. It’s talking about how it can be the best thing in our lives and also the worst. Work can give us meaning and satisfaction, it can be the most challenging thing we’ve ever done and the most soul destroying days of our lives. And that can all be in the same week! A ...
 
Your weekly music culture podcast. Host Mikey Cahill is joined by fellow seasoned music writers Marcus Teague and Sose Fuamoli to talk all things music culture. Trends, buzz, hype and the juiciest goss with a special correspondent each week. Find a new friend in Hit Different! More information here - Hit Different on Mushroom.com Credits Producer - Courtney Carthy, Mushroom Group Theme Music - Mark D'Angelo, The Backlot Studios Artwork and web design - Mushroom Creative House Recorded in the ...
 
A new show about startups founded in Melbourne scaling to global success. What can founders, teams, investors and fellow Melbourne entrepreneurs learn from their success and failures? Find out on Scale Up by LaunchVic. More information go to www.launchvic.org Season 1: Culture Amp - founded in 2012 to help medium to large companies scale and grow their culture. In 2018 they raised a $49 million Series C round. Season 2: Redbubble - founded in 2006 as a three sided global artist marketplace w ...
 
We’ve started this podcast to create a dialogue with you, that may help solve a 1929 murder in Toorak. If you want to know more, or help in the amateur sleuthing, we’ve uploaded documents and images to our website www.murderarchives.com.au to complement the podcast. About the case. On 9 September 1929, Norma McLeod, an unmarried 29-year-old teacher was found unconscious in her parent’s home in the prestigious suburb of Toorak. A pair of men’s underpants lay across her forehead. By 5pm that d ...
 
We’re losing the illusion that we live in a classless country. But it remains a deeply uncomfortable subject for some and most of the talking about class is been done by people who benefit from the status quo: middle class, private school and tertiary educated. That is, THE AUSTRALIAN MEDIA. Up Ya Class is a counter-point. Hosted by veteran podcaster and comedian Dave O’Neil, slightly less veteran broadcaster and comedian Nelly Thomas, and actual working person with no podcast experience wha ...
 
If geography is destiny, there must be something special about 37 degrees latitude. At 37˚S, you’ll find Melbourne, Australia; at 37˚N, you’ll find Silicon Valley (and Area 51, too 🛸). In this podcast, U.S. Consul General Michael Kleine meets the Australian founders and entrepreneurs who cut a path between 37˚ N & S and found capital, partners, markets and success in the United States. Michael is a career Foreign Service Officer currently serving as U.S. Consul General in Melbourne. As a fai ...
 
Looking for what might be the new normal, one person at a time who knows their field. Each episode we ask experienced people how their specific field, life, industry or community will be different post pandemic. There’s no way any one person can conceptualise everything that’s going to change, so I’ll keep it specific, based on as much experience as I can muster from people that are happy to think about what comes after. Subscribe where you’re listening now or on you podcast app to get every ...
 
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Gabriella Cohen - Special Link | Spotify | Facebook | Instagram Gabriella Cohen interviews Maple Glider - HappyMag Some of Gabriella's current playlist Kacy & Clayton - Spotify | Web Ashe - Spotify Natalie Bergman - Spotify Favourite songs right now Marcus - Country, Good Morning - Spotify Gabriella - Easy to Love, Sam Evian - Spotify Mikey - Super…
 
So it's Pizza, and the others. Don't listen to Glenn and his confusing 2 and 2 or 4 or something else - Pizza and the three people you may or may not have heard of. Tricky to get the relationship when there's more involved. Tough at the best of times unless you know! Thinking Music Bill Murray in Stripes Where to watch Stripes Links to the answer S…
 
That's right, this week we're going all hybrid on you. Sally and Francis are joined by Ben Davison, who co-presents the uber cool political podcast "The Week on Wednesday" alongside writer, activist and force of nature, Van Badham. Francis, Sally and Ben discuss the vaccine mandate that workers are facing, the fate of University jobs and why lectur…
 
Deep into what it means to be an artist this episode as we break down the segment walls to flow from The Kid LAROI being massive, young and in the US, then Marcus Teague has been pondering auteurs through Jack Ladder's latest record and Gabriella Cohen's two sides of the coin experience. This episode! Praise be The Kid LAROI. The 18 year old is it …
 
12 year old Michelle Grace Hunder was floored by a Snoop Dogg film clip. And the rest is.... on this Bonus episode of Hit Different! Snoop's always been there but a West Coast obsession, the genre kicking off again with Kendrick Lamar, what Aussie Hip Hop can give fans and the leading ladies of contemporary hip hop culture. Check out Michelle's por…
 
The centre of Australian country music and a necessity of modern life. NSW country towns definitely have electricity but what could it be that makes the relationship between this notable town and the power we all use daily so special? Sam highly recommends checking out the ABC article below. It's a great explanation of the link between Tamworth and…
 
Fresh off the back of launching ARENA's new investment plan, CEO Darren Miller joins us to explain how renewables could soon shake up the heaviest of heavy industries. In our conversation he explains that investment decisions made today will be key to transforming our energy system and achieving net zero emissions. We also explore the bold vision t…
 
With an impressive list of non-book credits John has spent the last few years building an impressive list of book credits. He also used to do radio on Triple R with Dave. FYI - Rural Romance is a huge book genre. Check out Puff Piece, John's latest book. In one chapter he goes to lunch with a Philip Morris executive. "I didn’t think John Safran wro…
 
"The real trauma will come once it's all over" - Nurse Shaye Candish, Assistant General Secretary of the New South Wales Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA). Nurses are working in some of the toughest conditions thanks to Covid-19. Demaning hours, full personal protective equipement for entire shifts that makes it hard to even have a sip of w…
 
To kick start her photography career Michelle Grace Hunder began a two year journey to document Australian Hip Hop. Rise was first printed in 2014 and that's exactly what her music photography career has done since. But she's a super fan first - “(Kendrick Lamar) came over... and waved. So instead of shooting I waved back!” This episode! ABBA have …
 
There's two episodes in one, quite nicely intertwined and directly relevant to each other. You'll hear their paths cross as the time ticks away and you're taken on a journey into what it's like to be, or be near, Paul Dempsey. One episode is the story of his musical influences, the other of his time spent with David Bowie. This is a cracker. And ce…
 
Did you know, Cambridge University was founded before the bloody (in the literal and Australian slang sense) Aztec Empire! Cambridge in 1209 AD. Aztecs started in the 1400s, done by the 1500s. Australian Rules Football, that came after. A bloody long time after. But what gets Australia's own football game and a bloody good university together? Sam'…
 
Star of 10 Questions with Adam Zwar. Back in Australia from LA. He's responsible for Squinters, Lowdown, Wilfred, Mr. Black, Agony Aunts, Agony Uncles, The Agony of Life, The Agony of Modern Manners and Agony. It's a lockdown edition Debrief. Dave's doing community service checking on his peers to see how things are going. Original theme music by K…
 
Vaccinations are Australia’s pathway out of lockdowns - Australianunions.org.au/getvaxxed As Australia finds itself in an arm wrestle to halt the march of COVID19 infections that are ravages communities across the country, cleaners are putting themselves at risk on a daily basis to help stop the spread. It's tough, relentless, demanding and vital w…
 
Some things change - like your sentiment about a radio station or career outlook - and some things stay the same. "There’s a lot of talk that the artists don’t exist any more or the quality isn’t the same or you know whatever, it’s just not fucking true. There’s amazing people making amazing music every day, just try getting through the scramble." …
 
Looking back over the highlights, influences and inspirational songs the really stuck with Courtney Barnett. Courtney mentions someone she's listening to at the moment - thanks algorithm! - Susumu Yokota's album Sakura - Spotify Courtney's new album is Things Take Time, Take Time Get it here - https://courtney-barnett.lnk.to/ttt-tt Want to get this…
 
Working on solar since the 1990s, Professor Renate Egan has helped to transform the way we consume energy, recently taking up the challenge to “electrify everything”. Professor Egan is living her vision, investing in a small solar system in 2008 that she has since expanded and backed up with battery storage. Renate's electrification journey has see…
 
Both need lots of breathing. But we don't want to trivialise either of the topics. On with the show! Links to the answer Here Funny version Check out the Somehow Related Facebook Group. Here is a list of songs for no reason. I will survive, Gloria Gaynor Mmm Bop, Hanson Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Cyndi Lauper Dancing Queen, ABBA Cecilia, Simon an…
 
So generous with her time on this episode (and the bonus ep), Courtney Barnett. Courtney's new album is Things That Take Time, Take Time, out November 12. Pre-save the album here - https://courtney-barnett.lnk.to/ttt-tt This episode! Phoebe Bridgers moving ALL indoor gigs on her tour to outdoors due to Covid-19, depending on city, concert goers wil…
 
Women's economic security is an issue that has been drawn into sharp focus during the COVID19 pandemic. The intractable pay disparity that still exists is just the start of it. Unpaid work at home, frontline work in insecure jobs, the loss of income as a consequence of caring responsibilities and the perilous state of women's superannuation savings…
 
You might know him from Pizza, Swift and Shift Couriers, Housos, Bogan Hunters and Fat Pizza vs. Housos. Get more Tahir here - www.tahir.com.au It's a lockdown edition Debrief. Dave's doing community service checking on his peers to see how things are going. Original theme music by Kit Warhurst. Hear the making of The Debrief theme song. Artwork cr…
 
No, Boeing didn't invent potatoes! That's a bit silly. Potatoes aren't known for any sort of flight, and Boeing's not known for being on the ground... oh wait. Hmmmm. Moving along! What's a flashy aeroplane manufacturer got to do with the humble potato? Somewhere, somehow they two are definitely related. Links to the answer BBC Check out the Someho…
 
The people of Sydney's vast western suburbs are often spoken about - but very rarely spoken with. As the working people who make up the rich tapestry of cultures and experience that is Sydney's west endure the stress of an extended lockdown and the growing menace of the COVID 19 pandemic, we thought it was important to hear from some folks who live…
 
We've combined the regular episode and the bonus episode into one this week. It's a thoughtful conversation covering the state of live music, what it means to be in a band and Archie's incredible gravity as an artist and as a human. Consider a subscription to podcasts made by Mushroom. Early access, ad free and more. Check it out here - https://mus…
 
From jumping on his car bed to founding an NFT music marketplace. Always saw himself as a rock guy - hence Linkin Park - but a few historical connections along the way between one genre blossoming from another allowed him to spread his appreciation wider. Check out www.serenade.co Max on Twitter - www.twitter.com/max_shand Want to get the bonus epi…
 
The Egyptian Mummies and the vegetable originally thought to be from South East Asia. We're very confident Mummies came from Egypt. Big structures all around them with history and hyroglyphs to track them down to that specific country. But the original wild onion is extinct! It's no longer with us at all and there's not enough evidence to pin point…
 
Across the world right now, there are over 250,000 seafarers who are trapped on ships that can't dock in ports and allow crews to disembark to put their feet on solid ground. It's just another tragic consequence of the global COVID 19 Pandemic . As countries grapple with containing the spread of the deadly disease, ships that arrive in their waters…
 
How artists get paid by any means other than making music. The options are multiplying faster than the number of alt-coins. Consider a subscription to podcasts made by Mushroom. Early access, ad free and more. Check it out here - https://mushroomstudiosaccess.supercast.tech/ This episode! The Voice has relaunched and the numbers look good thanks to…
 
Check out Jane's new podcast Some of My Best Work. It's out where you're listening to Hit Different. Latest music to hit different for Jane - Army of Me, Julia Jacklin and RVG (YouTube) Jane lives in Melbourne and has been writing about fashion, music and lifestyle over two decades. She’s written for some of the best music publications; Rolling Sto…
 
Cheap, abundant and variable wind and solar is shaking up the electricity market, forcing traders to rethink how energy is bought and sold. The Renewable Energy Hub, an offshoot of global carbon brokers Tradition, is taking up the challenge, creating new renewable-specific ways to trade energy. In the newest episode of Rewired, founder Chris Halliw…
 
Faster than a streak of lightning? Not the KKK. More powerful than the pounding surf? Not the KKK. Mightier than a roaring hurricane? Not the KKK. Tough one this episode. Links to the Answer Wikipedia Check out the Somehow Related Facebook Group. Somehow Related is produced by Nearly Media. The robot's voice comes from Google Home. They're pretty g…
 
Australia, it seems it's finally ok to wear your trackie dacks to work - because it seems lots of us are working from home. As huge swathes of the country finds itself under lockdown, many of us have been slipping into that work from home routine. For people who live alone and work from home, this has plenty of challenges all of its own. On this we…
 
It's comedy night at the Grandview Hotel in Fairfield! Great to sneak in a gig between lockdowns. Check out The Junkees with Dave and Kitty Flanagan or Somehow Related with Dave and Glenn Robbins! The Debrief is produced by Nearly Media. Original theme music by Kit Warhurst. Hear the making of The Debrief theme song. Artwork created by Stacy Gougou…
 
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