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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 ...
 
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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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Bondi Badlands

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Bondi Badlands

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Bondi Badlands, a new 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 oth ...
 
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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 ...
 
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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It All Adds Up

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It All Adds Up

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Our crack team of economics experts help you understand the things that affect your job, your mortgage and your family budget. Join Jess Irvine, Matt Wade, Ross Gittins and other Fairfax Media journalists for a dose of economic realism - and a dash of politics, too.
 
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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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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
 
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, and on Pozible. “A fascinating and well-researched look into cults and the charismatic leaders behind them.”Peter Wells, The Sydney ...
 
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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Marathon all-night debate on pandemic laws wraps up, agriculture minister pushed to water down alcohol regulation and escapees from Darwin quarantine facility captured. 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 y…
 
From humble beginnings, Australia's startup setup scene has entered a new phase of maturity. While still a long way from Silicone Valley, the success of Aussie startups-turned-global-giants such as Atlassian, Canva and Afterpay has blazed a trail on which there appears no shortage of young Aussies hoping to follow. According to venture capitalist N…
 
The government has vowed to tackle online bullying through new laws that would compel social media giants to “unmask” anonymous trolls who make defamatory comments online. It says the new laws would give victims the power to then sue those unmasked trolls for defamation. The proposed laws also seek to circumvent a High Court ruling that found media…
 
The World Health Organisation on Friday labelled the new coronavirus strain Omicron a “variant of concern”. Australia’s national cabinet will meet this week to discuss our national response, which could include extending quarantine for incoming arrivals. While the new variant has sparked concern among a world fatigued by COVID-19, scientists and le…
 
It’s been a dramatic week in Parliament with seven Coalition MPs crossing the floor to vote against the government in protest against vaccination mandates and a lack of a federal corruption commission. Prime Minister Scott Morrison stepped up his rhetoric against a federal corruption commission on Thursday after Tasmanian Liberal MP Bridget Archer …
 
How do you take an entire year and extract from it the people who mattered the most to the country: who did something extraordinary that improved the lives of others; who gave us hope, joy and faith in humanity; who made us laugh, cry, and feel collectively better about ourselves; or who did something so out of left field that it floored us all? Go…
 
The government’s attempt to push through controversial voter ID laws before the next election now hangs on a handful of crossbenchers. Labor and the Greens are strongly opposed to the laws, which have been described as racist and discriminatory. The government now needs the support of One Nation, which has announced a boycott on government bills un…
 
Australian taxpayers are on course to pay their highest average personal income tax rate since the turn of the century, according to a recent analysis. In 1959, Aussie workers had, on average, just 12 per cent of their pay packets set aside as income tax. That is set to rise to 25.5 per cent over the coming decade, according to the analysis by the …
 
Voters have given Prime Minister Scott Morrison a net performance rating of minus nine per cent, ahead of a difficult fortnight for the government. Forty-nine per cent of voters surveyed in the Resolve poll, conducted for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, said Mr Morrison was doing a poor job as Prime Minister, while 40 per cent said he was doing …
 
Getaway host Catriona Rowntree and Antarctic explorer David McGonigal join us to share hard-won wisdom accumulated over two lifetimes of incredible travel experiences. From riding a motorbike around the world to navigating cultural norms to realising that we're all brought together by the music of Celine Dion, there's so much to learn from these ab…
 
Timber industry advocates have lodged several freedom of information requests for correspondence between Australian National University scientist David Lindenmayer and journalists, including from The Age and Sydney Morning Herald. One forestry advocate said the FOI requests were made to better understand the connection between ANU’s Fenner School o…
 
Seven years ago, William Tyrrell disappeared from a home in the town of Kendall on the mid-north coast of NSW. The three-year-old’s disappearance sparked a massive search. That soon became a protracted police investigation, as bushland was scoured and hundreds of people were interviewed in the hopes of discovering what happened to the little boy. T…
 
It's a hot-button issue in many western countries but just where did cancel culture come from and what are its ramifications? Writer James Button attempts to untangle this highly-politicised issue in conversation with acclaimed theatre director and playwright Wesley Enoch and Good Weekend editor Katrina Strickland. The podcast episode augments a th…
 
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