Nyheter – Australien – Nya podcasts

  • The Sport is a new weekly podcast from Schwartz Media and LiSTNR. Hosted by Sam Squiers and Martin McKenzie-Murray, it is a fast-paced, smart take on the key sports story every week.

    The first episode will be in your feed on Wednesday, August 10.

  • With good humour and lots of north-south banter, Yorkshire lass Nat Richards and Londoner David Baker dissect the latest British news from Royals to the English Premier League. Expect lots of discussion around the Royals, soccer (ahem… football), British stores heading Down Under and discussion around when we’ll be able to visit the rellies again. Perfect for homesick Brits in Oz looking for a taste of everything they miss from “home”.

    About the hosts:

    David Baker is an Assistant Editor at The West Australian newspaper. As the office’s resident whinging Pom you can expect him to argue with absolutely everything Natalie says and be miserable while doing it.He is cynical about the Royal family … but no more so than he is about absolutely everything else.He can though, occasionally, be a laugh.

    Nat Richards is the editor of PerthNow news and entertainment website. Her Yorkshire accent has made regular appearances on The West Live as well as several commercial radio stations, where she unbelievably manages to get by without a translator.As the office’s resident Royal watcher she’s in a permanent state of outrage over Meghan and Harry and enjoys nothing more than letting everyone know about it –especially David.

  • A podcast that delves deep into moral mysteries and dubious debates creating just a (maybe) small degree of doubt.

    Hosts: Jacob / Joe

  • Hi I’m Tharini Rouwette, host of Allies in Politics podcast and I'm passionate about getting more people of colour engaged in politics. My personal experience as well as my own research shows we are desperately in need of a 101 of politics to ease more of us into politics. There’s also a missed opportunity to engage with new citizens/residents as they start their lives in Australia. Because EVERYTHING’S political, it’s important that we become engaged and participate actively in the political process. Politics as we know it is still significantly white male and "Karen" dominated and so it’s critical that we add more diverse representation in government so that we have a government that works for all of us.
    As an immigrant myself, I have an intimate understanding of what my challenges are in seeking to educate myself about Australian politics and in figuring out the correct pathway for meaningful participation. This is why I started the Allies in Politics podcast to, in my own way, be that 101 of politics for POCs and new residents in Australia and help them understand the pathways available to them to become politically active in a meaningful way.

  • There are plenty of finance terms and topics we see in the news that not everyone understands. From interest rates to cryptocurrencies; starting a side hustle to reducing your weekly bills, Let's Get Fiscal is a podcast designed to help you understand your money and make it work better for you.

    Join 7NEWS network finance editor Gemma Acton as she looks at the latest money trends, explains finance lingo and helps you save money.

    Gemma has more than 18 years' experience in the finance sector, working for companies such as Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch, as well as a correspondent for CNBC. She now regularly appears on 7NEWS bulletins across Australia, Sunrise, The Morning Show and The Latest.

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  • NRL Legend James Graham's Unique Take on The World Of Rugby League Featuring In-Depth Analysis & Interviews With Some Of The Games Fascinating Characters!

  • Listen to the podcast that hosts the hottest personalities and your favourite authors! Hear about the latest books, behind-the-scenes goss, and what we are reading and recommending. New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday.

    For guest and topic suggestions, email the producer [email protected]


    Tell Me What To Read is recorded on the lands of the Wangal people and Cammeraygal people, and we pay our respects to all elders past and present.


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  • TMZ Verified: digging into all things internet & influencer-drama.

  • Let us tell you a story you don't have time to read. Mamamia Daily is cutting through the internet's content crush to bring you the three stories you need to hear today, read by the women who wrote them. Join the writers of Mamamia every weekday to hear essential pieces carefully selected for you by our editor, Melody Teh. You don’t have time to read it, so let us do it for you.

  • Listen at JNI is a place for stimulating discussion and rational debate of the issues shaping our world. Join journalists, writers, academics, political and community leaders, and inspirational thinkers as we dive into the biggest ideas in journalism and beyond. Listen at JNI is produced by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas.

  • Prosecutors are the most powerful people in the American criminal justice system. "Open and Shut" is a narrative, seven-part investigative series following two district attorneys in Wisconsin's Fox Valley and their impact on victims, the accused and the justice system.

  • Listen to Australia’s most influential broadcaster, Alan Jones, as he shares his unique take on the events and issues facing the nation and abroad, providing informed and lively discussion with regular guests. Full show program is available from 6am AEST, Tuesday to Friday.

  • Who says business news needs to be all business? The Dive talks about the stories that matter, brings in the broader perspective, and doesnโ€™t use the dense jargon that leaves you behind. Each episode, your host Sascha Kelly, is joined by her colleagues as they answer a different question, inspired by the news of the day. Listen to The Dive to hear the stories that impact you - wherever you are.

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  • Crikey's Electioncast gives you an independent and honest look at the politics and policy in the lead-up to the 2022 Australian federal election polling day. Will Scott Morrison stop lying? Will voters learn who Anthony Albanese is? Will Clive Palmer spend millions of dollars without electing a single person, again? These are the questions that will be tackle in this daily, no spin look at what Australia's politicians are doing to win your votes.

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  • From polls to party spin to policies, ‘Below the Line’ is a 2022 limited edition podcast breaking free of party, media and populist lines. Brought to you by La Trobe University and The Conversation, our host Jon Faine dusts off his microphone and joins political scientists Anika Gauja, Simon Jackman and Andrea Carson to cut through the election noise. Regularly joined by journalists, activists and politicians in new episodes twice a week, we’ll unpack the election issues that matter to you. Produced by Courtney Carthy and Benjamin Clark.

  • TNT Radio – Today’s News Talk – is a live 24/7 news talk station available online globally. TNT Radio covers the biggest topics of our time. Get up to speed with the latest live news and current affairs presented by a host of credible and expert commentators.

  • Take a ride through the weird and terrible world of capitalist mental health


  • Footy Classified delivers the AFL's best analysis and most fierce debate every Monday and Wednesday night. Craig Hutchison, Caroline Wilson, Eddie McGuire, Matthew Lloyd, Kane Cornes and Ross Lyon will tackle the game's biggest issues on and off the field.

  • 100% Footy is the home of the strongest opinions in rugby league from the people who count. Every week Phil ‘Gus’ Gould squares off with Paul Gallen, alongside renowned rugby league journalists Danny Weilder, Michael Chammas & Andrew Webster.

    Hosted by James Bracey, this all-star panel deep dives into the hottest topics in the greatest game of all, and there’s only one place to get it – Nine’s Wide World of Sports: the Home of Rugby League.

  • Being a young person is hard enough, but when you add a global health crisis to the mix things are really tough.

    Before COVID-19, almost half of Australians aged 18-24 were experiencing moderate to high levels of psychological distress. And this had been on the rise for years. The pandemic has only made it harder. The OECD says the COVID-19 crisis has turned into a mental health crisis for young people.

    From The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, Enough is a podcast about mental health in young people, through the pandemic, and beyond. 

    Young people tell us, in their own words, what’s going on for them, and how they’re dealing with it.