Nyheter – Australien – Nya podcasts

  • Arts and politics, creativity and change. The Wheeler Centre hosts riveting discussions with some of Australia’s most important intellectual and artistic voices as they explore the intersection between artistic creation and political action.

  • Australia’s leading source of enterprise technology news is now in podcast form. Join the editorial team at iTnews.com.au each week as we talk to technology executives from across the sector, digging deep into IT strategy, architecture and delivery. This podcast will be home to several shows, including the CXO Challenge, which profiles the work of top executives and their teams.

  • Challenging the mainstream, negative stereotypes of people with a mental illness ths program actively engages those living with a mental illness as researchers, interviewers, performers and program designers while promoting community mental health awareness.

  • A weekly podcast brought to you by Tayla Couacaud and Connor Anderson. Aiming to create discussion and bring together new and long time fans from around the world. Join in on the conversation as we bring you guests, stories, debates and insights into the wide world of racing. Welcome to Lights Out Podcast

  • Welcome to the podcast that helps you *actually* understand Australian politics. Hosted by Justine Landis-Hanley and Matilda Boseley.

  • 95 North with the Couchboys.
    A North Queensland Cowboys podcast.
    Join the community: https://www.cowboysstampede.com.au/index.php?forums/95-north-nq-cowboys-podcast.4/

  • A value investing podcast - Antipodes is a global investment firm, with offices in Sydney and London. Hear from the Antipodes team and other external thought leaders as they deliver investment updates and share perspectives on companies, macroeconomic trends and big issues impacting markets.

  • A weekly discussion of geopolitics and world events, co-hosted by Tenjin Consulting's Alexander Downer and Georgina Downer.

  • A show about modern money management and news - helping you save, budget, invest and make sense of your money. From a uniquely Australian perspective.

  • It’s one thing to have the desire to start investing, it’s another to have the information and confidence to take action… We’re here to help! 

    Hosted by friends Maddy and Sophie, You're In Good Company is all about starting the conversation and creating a community where we can all feel comfortable and confident to make more informed financial decisions. If you’ve developed some good money habits and are curious about taking the next step towards building financial independence, this show is for you. 

    Each week, we will be bringing you insightful and thought-provoking experts to help navigate and simplify everything you need to know about taking the plunge into the stock market. 

    You're in Good Company is a production of Equity Mates Media.

  • Born and raised in the spiritual home of The Canberra Raiders - Queanbeyan - Raider Nick grew up with one dream: to run out for The Green Machine in the NRL.

    That dream was never realised, but Nick's love for the club has grown stronger every season.

    Join Raider Nick, Canberra Raiders commentary icon of 28 seasons Phil Small and ’94 Premiership Raider Paul Osborne for never heard before stories and analysis of the greatest underdog in the NRL.

  • Listen to the best of Stanford Brown's financial, investment and economic updates.

  • Communications Day's Grahame Lynch keeps telco executives in ANZ up-to-date with essential business intelligence, featuring interviews with C-level executives and government ministers in this weekly podcast. Catch the show at: https://commsday.podbean.com/

  • How is technology impacting our lives, and the world? Catch up with your friends in tech as we share all the latest things we’ve learned and love about technology.

    Hosted by Angharad Yeo, Tegan Jones, Rae Johnston and Amanda Yeo, Queens of the Drone Age is a peek at the insider conversations happening amongst some of Australia’s top technology experts.

  • ‘Government Policy Articulated’ is a podcast in which the voice (‘Randal Stewart’) reads high-profile and controversial reports. Reports from Government Inquiries, Special Commissions, Royal Commissions and Parliamentary Inquiries in Australia are read. Topics include COVID-19 on cruise ships, deaths in Aged Care facilities, Bushfires and other natural disasters, alleged military killings in Afghanistan and many more. This podcast makes the information in these reports available to a wider public.

  • Rave It Up are best known for their in-depth interviews with the biggest celebrities in Australia and around the world. They ask the questions that you really want to know the answers too. They get down to the real topics, like never giving up on your dreams and how to get through tough times like depression or anxiety.
    They also report on the latest entertainment news, from music and movies to celebrity weddings and babies.
    Website URL: www.raveituptv.com
    Email: info@raveituptv.com
    YouTube: raveituptv
    Instagram: @raveituptv

  • Sport Today is a weekday sports news podcast. Released at 7am each weekday, it's a quick listen that'll get you across the biggest stories in sport here in Australia and around the world. In under 8 minutes, it’ll cover the latest results, the administration, the machinations and some of those quirkier sports stories too. Take a listen and you'll be armed for any sports chat that comes your way.

    Sport Today is weekday sports news podcast designed to keep you on the ball. 

  • Comment and analysis on the political questions of the day, with talkback.

  • Bravo Bravo Effing Bravo is a place where you can hear no holds barred tea on everything housewives and Bravo related news and where we recap and breakdown episodes of the most bingeable reality shows. Join your hosts, Nathan and Mariana as they offer a blunt Aussie perspective on our favourite people in our favourite world of Bravoland.

  • The Daily Aus podcast is a five-minute entree to your news diet, and is presented by co-founders Sam (26) and Zara (24). Join them every weekday morning as they cover the news of the day in your language and take a deep dive into the biggest story of the day so that you’re armed with talking points when you meet your blind date, get caught chatting in the coffee line or have to face the in-laws. Over 80,000 Australians get their news from The Daily Aus on Instagram, and now they're hitting your headphones.