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  • Harvey Proctor was a dark political star who burned brightly in the 1980s, until a tabloid sting brought him down. 25 years later he found himself facing another vicious scandal. What had he done - and what had we done - to bring him to that moment?

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  • Serious Danger is a podcast about our broken political system and its greatest threat: the Greens. Join traitorous SJWs Emerald Moon and Tom Ballard as they discuss the #auspol news of the week, chat to key figures from the left movement, and talk about how to win a future for all of us. This is NOT an official Greens party podcast, but it IS the official podcast of trying to not go insane while experiencing the sh*tshow that is Australian politics.    / Produced by Michael Griffin / Twitter & Instagram @SeriousDangerAU /  patreon.com/seriousdangerau /  seriousdangerpod.com 

  • It’s a scenario too harrowing to believe.

    A four-year-old child vanishes without a trace in the middle of the night while on a family holiday in a remote, rugged and dangerous part of the Western Australian coast.

    Cleo Smith had been sleeping next to her baby sister, in the same tent as her parents.  When they wake in the morning, she’s gone.

    What follows is every parent’s worst nightmare. A land, sea and air search which soon turns to fears, she’s been abducted.

    For weeks, Ellie Smith and Jake Gliddon live a nightmare, while the public scrutinise their every move.

    Until, 18 long, desperate days later, when on November 3, 2021 police barge down the door of a house - just 7 minutes from Cleo’s family home.

    Inside a room within in the house, sits a little girl playing with toys.

    Police ask “What’s your name?” She responds:

    “My name is Cleo”

    From the team that brought you Claremont: The Trial, this podcast aims to take you inside the investigation that brought a little girl home.

    Join our team of journalists and those on the ground in Carnarvon as we take you inside the search for the four-year-old in “My Name Is Cleo: The 18-day police miracle”

  • With so much noise, news and nonsense these days, it can be hard to keep up with what's going on in the world. Overwhelmed by world events? Confused and can't take it all in? Don't like the news but wouldn't mind hearing the main bullet points so you're not completely out of the loop? Join Tim & Lauren each week as they try to answer the question of What In the World is Goin' On?

  • American Democracy is not promised to us and, with all the forces working against it, saving it will take a level of work most people aren’t ready for. The Politics Girl Podcast is here to give people a reason to care and a reason to fight. Our goal is to inspire. To instill in people a true understanding of what this country COULD be, if the right people were fighting for it, and what it WILL be if they don’t. It’s a political podcast yes, but more than that, it’s a podcast about America’s potential, where one passionate, and slightly mouthy, immigrant attempts to motivate the country to become what it promised to be but, so far, has yet to become. You’ll leave more knowledgeable, more engaged, and more sure that you, personally, can make a difference to the future of American democracy. Everyone’s got a little time for that right? Subscribe for new episodes every Tuesday. We’re in a fight for our country. We sure as hell better know what we’re fighting for. xo

  • Longtime Atlantic tech, culture and political writer Derek Thompson cuts through all the noise surrounding the big questions and headlines that matter to you in his new podcast Plain English. Hear Derek and guests engage the news with clear viewpoints and memorable takeaways. New episodes drop every Tuesday and Friday. 

  • We have a massive federal election coming up. But before we engage young people in some big policy debates, we have to go on a journey to understand whatโ€™s at play. Welcome to Young, Dumb & Informed - the four-part podcast that will arm young people with everything they need to get involved in dinner table conversations ahead of the next federal election.


    The series will feature in-depth interviews with key politicians, experts, and advocates. Weโ€™re obsessed with making sure young people have the right content before they get hit with a wave of pre-election news. The series is proudly presented by Swysh - personalised video messages from your favourite sports stars. Swysh videos are the gifts that keep on giving with 20% of all proceeds going to local children's charities. Give a timeless gift to your favourite person without contributing to global waste. Check out Swysh right now and order your gift today! Use the code TDA10 to get 10% off your next video!


    Young, Dumb & Informed is presented by political journalist Billi FitzSimons, and produced by The Daily Aus.


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  • The UFOs of Oz podcast provides listeners expert commentary and interviews on the UFO/UAP phenomenon overseas and in Australia. Host Brett Moffatt and his guests will expand your knowledge and awareness of the latest research and developments as they happen. Unidentified aerial phenomena have swept the globe capturing the imaginations and attention of world powers, the military, scientists, and popular culture. Join us as we dissect the science facts from science fiction in this compelling offering into the world of UFOs/UAPs, in Australia and across the globe.

  • The Weekly Cheek features co-hosts Hannah Ferguson and Kristin Perissinotto chatting about politics, the things politics influences, and the things that influence politics. The Weekly Cheek aims to make politics more accessible by breaking down purposefully confusing systems, critiquing the media outlets that report irresponsibly, and discussing the issues that we should all be talking about. We’ve covered prominent women in politics, the mental load, the failings of women’s media, and the importance of transparency in the pursuit of progress. 

  • A podcast series hosted by Vickie Roach and Kutcha Edwards reflecting on 20 years of the Beyond the Bars prison radio broadcasts.



  • You’ve experienced a fire, a terrorist attack, a cyclone or a storm. Now what? What to expect, how to look after yourself and the people around you. And why insurance, emotions, friendships, parenting is all so hard right now. Why normal doesn’t feel normal.

  • 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.

  • Listen to Australia's best writers and thinkers read out longform essays from The Monthly magazine, the country's leading publication on politics, current affairs and culture. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Welcome to News with The Sydney Morning Herald, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Sydney everyone turns to.

    Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Sydney Morning Herald 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.

  • 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. 

  • Keep the Bastards Honest is the podcast of the Australian Democrats political party. KTBH is where we join the political conversation in #auspol, and explore not just our policy positions and values, but with relevant experts the science and evidence that underpins possible policy solutions for the challenges facing Australia today.

  • A podcast that explores republican sentiment among fellow Australians.

  • Sami Shah and Cam Wilson dissect the impact and news of the most influential media company in the Western world, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.


    Subscribe to the podcast: https://shows.acast.com/murdocracy-a-podcast-about-rupert-murdochs-news-corp

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    Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/murdocracypod


    Artwork by Ruby Innes.



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  • The Weekly Grill is Beef Central's podcast with host, Kerry Lonergan. Each week Kerry chats with a beef industry mover and shaker - turning up the heat and asking questions about the burning issues and topics that impact the beef sector.