Historia – Australien – Nya podcasts

  • A daring outback heist of dodgy characters, dirty deals and millions of dollars of diamonds. Season one of Expanse is Pink Diamond Heist.

  • Ready to delve deeper into the “great conversation” of Western Civilisation? Join us as we hear from prominent international and local speakers from all walks of life, including the arts, politics, academia, and business.

  • True stories from Western Australia's history with host Karli Florisson.

  • A podcast by two almost historians on the women who lived, fought, loved, and died during wars throughout history, Women of War is slightly irreverent, mostly factual, and thoroughly interesting. Join PhD student Hannah Viney and Masters of Teaching student Nicola Ritchie each fortnight as they explore how women navigated the complexities of living during wartime.

  • Anne and Renata have been investigating paranormal occurrences for the past twenty years. Join them for a weekly wrap up of everything paranormal, supernatural, and mystical including Tarot readings, haunted object discovery and the history of weird and bizarre happenings.

  • Mach One...conversations at the speed of sound! Hear all the latest from the Queensland Air Museum, Caloundra - Australia's largest and most diverse aviation museum.

    Join us in The Mach One Hangar on Facebook!


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  • To Create a World Where Child-Harmers Run for their Lives rather than for Office, that is What Ba'al Busters strives to do. Find your Inner Honey Badger and become the Fearless Warrior for Good that you were Created to be! On Ba'al Busters Broadcast, Roku TV, Radio and video channels, I misuse my intellect and wit as I analyze hidden history, uncover deceptions, and identify the perpetrators using pattern recognition, and investigation... Then I make it humorous so people don't fall asleep. This podcast has come about after much extensive reading and research over the past decade into various topics of Infiltration, Corruption, Evil Forces, Dark Cults, and True Crime. Come to find out, all I really had to do was make cat videos or film my daughter opening mystery toys and I'd been RICH already. So grab your Sherlocks by the pipe, and put on your snorkel, it's time to go deep diving and hold these criminals accountable, or die laughing at them. I don't just identify the problems, but my guests and I offer Solutions that no one pays attention to. Baal Busters is a completely Independent Source for non-trivial TRUTH and that should explain why I'm poor. I am a Veteran, a small business owner, a Dad, and have that "boy next door" vibe provided that boy was a Disillusioned Bodhisattva, who's changed his mind about people, and wants to leave this Karmatic Hell. The Constitution isn't going to Restore Itself. It takes Individual Effort to do that.

  • Have you ever wanted to know about old colonial gaols and the men, women and children incarcerated there. Or perhaps executions, escapes, historical murders, urban legends, ghost stories and much more.

    Then join Deb from the Geelong Gaol Museum/Twisted History team as we step back in time and explore the darker side of Victoria's history so those who have come before us are not forgotten or ignored.

    Once you have listened to the episode, join us in our Locked up with History Facebook group for more information, photos and to ask whatever questions you have!

  • Why did kings and queens have spectators on their wedding night? Who had the very first boob job? And did our ancestors have their unmentionables pierced?


    Join historian, Kate Lister, Betwixt the Sheets as she unashamedly roots around the topics which seem to have been skipped in history class.


    Everything from landmark LGBTQ+ court cases, to political scandal, to downright bizarre medieval cures for impotence. The etymology of swear words, gender bias in medicine, and satanic panic and cults - thereโ€™s nothing off limits.


    She'll be bed-hopping around different time periods; from ancient civilisations, to the middle ages, to renaissance and early modern...right up to now.


    Youโ€™ll laugh, youโ€™ll wince, and youโ€™ll ask yourself how much has actually changed.


    So join Kate Betwixt the Sheets: The History of Sex, Scandal & Society - a podcast from History Hit.


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  • What was it like to hear about the JFK assassination? Or Americaโ€™s triumph over Hitler? Or seeing Queen at Live-Aid? Our past is a collection of stories that bring us to now. Welcome to the Eyewitness History podcast, where we view history through the eyes of the people that watched the events that shaped our world. I'm your host, Josh Cohen, and these are their stories.

    If you have a story from history that you would like to share, I would love to hear it!
    Go to https://www.speakpipe.com/eyewitnesshistory and tell us your story!

  • They Knew Which Way to Run is a 7-part podcast series that tells the story of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy and what it means to survive a disaster. Bhopali-American and Fulbright Scholar Apoorva Dixit and her childhood friend and podcast producer Molly Mulroy present the story of the Tragedy and of the Bhopalis who were shaped but not defined by the disaster, of hope, of resilience, and of memory.

    Visit TheyKnewWhichWaytoRun.com to see photos of survivors, and make a donation to NGOs on the ground still supporting survivors and fighting for justice.

  • Look History in the Eye is produced in Melbourne, Australia at the Victorian Archives Centre, where a hundred kilometres of historic records about Victoria’s past are carefully preserved in climate controlled vaults. We meet the people who dig into archival boxes, look history in the eye and then wonder why. You can download copies of original records featured in each episode by going to the Look History in the Eye page on the Public Record Office Victoria website here: https://prov.vic.gov.au/look-history-eye-podcast

  • What will the new economy look like? As startups become the new way of life, Australia must become more open and less restrictive to encourage innovation. Hear entrepreneurs' firsthand accounts of their journey and learn what that has meant to the startup world.

    This podcast will give you a great insight into Australia’s innovation ecosystem by tracing its history and future. If you're curious as to how it all started, who were the innovators that helped transform it, and how this ecosystem interacts with others both domestically and around the world- this is a must-listen!

    This 6-part audio documentary and its accompanying 150+ interviews is a deep dive into the startup scene, both past and present and takes an exciting look at the future of Australia’s technological and economic transformation.

    Join us on this exciting journey, celebrating what has been accomplished and asking hard questions about where we’re heading and whether we’re on the right track.

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    This series is made possible thanks to our sponsors & partners.
    Major Sponsors:
    MYOB, Amazon Web Services

    Standard Sponsors:
    UTS Startups
    The Guild of Entrepreneurs
    Western Sydney University's LaunchPad
    Canberra Innovation Network
    Curtin University
    CSIRO
    University of South Australia
    LaunchVic
    The Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur
    ANSTO
    Newcastle University's Integrated Innovation Network
    The University of Adelaide's ThincLab
    Flinders University's New Venture Institute
    UNSW Founders
    UQ Ventures
    James Cook University

    Partners:
    Startup Daily
    Fishburners
    Spark Festival
    Spacecubed
    Stone & Chalk
    River City Labs

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  • 30 Morbid Minutes investigates morbid and creepy topics, people, places, and events, pulled from history and the headlines of today. Hosted by Jessica Vasami and Elyse Willems.

  • Queensland in the 1950s: god-fearing, morally upstanding, tough on crime. Beneath the surface, a murky world of gambling, drugs and brothels were kept in check by three crooked cops known as The Rat Pack. For 30 years, they ran a complex system of bribery and extortion as they pocketed the profits. But this trio never dreamed how things would end. That the women they exploited – madams, sex workers, entrepreneurs – would be their demise. Journalist Matt Condon weaves a David and Goliath story with never-before-heard tapes from his decade of reporting on Queensland's police corruption.

  • We're Sabina Gerardi and Clare Taylor and we don't buy it. Weekly, we examine a new hoax, con, or ruse and figure out: why the fuck you lying?

    Music by Max Greenham,
    Art by Daniel McKay.

    To submit a fib: https://fib-pod.wixsite.com/my-site/confess

  • The Incredible Journey is a donor-funded ministry passionate about communicating the Gospel of Christ. Pastor Gary Kent holds a B.A. in Theology, M.A. in Ancient History & Archaeology, and M. in Divinity. He's an archaeologist who has excavated numerous sites throughout Israel and Jordan and is an internationally acclaimed speaker and TV presenter, he has spoken and produced numerous documentaries on subjects including the Bible, Bible prophecy, world events, and natural health. His passion is to share the good news of Jesus’ imminent return. — New programs are released every Friday at 6pm (AEST).

  • Great writing, read aloud. Sundays for classics, Thursdays for offbeat stuff. Clean. Relaxing. -- Nudie Reads.

  • On September 11, 2001, Al-Qaeda terrorists flew two hijacked planes into New York City’s World Trade Center.

    Two more planes were hijacked, with one flown into the Pentagon in Washington DC. The other, United flight 93, crashed and killed all on board in a field in Shanksville, PA

    Passengers and flight crew had heroically attempted to regain control from the hijackers.

    It was the worst attack on US soild since Pearl Harbour in 1941; a day that left emotional scars many are still recovering from.

    The death toll in the World Trade Center was over 2,600.

    In total, 2,977 people would die on 9/11, with many more thousands injured.

    From HWY61, this is Spotlight: 9/11, a four-part series telling the personal narratives of those who survived and witnessed the World Trade Center terror attacks.

    These are their stories.

  • Buckle up and join host Amanda Keller on a celebration of great Australian journeys. Fuel your brain with bite-sized stories from the road and beyond as told by truckies, foodies, comedians, historical figures, and many more. Perfect for lovers of large horizons, big open roads, and the quintessentially Aussie moments which happen on them.