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  • Converging and emerging technologies from today, tomorrow, and next year. Educate and entertain yourself with Dr Cath's optimistic and curious nature as we peek over the horizon.

  • EarthChat presents in-depth conversations and views on the many environment issues affecting our community. EarthChat is brought to you by BEAM Mitchell Environment Group. You can listen live each Tuesday on Seymour FM at 12noon AEST or to the repeat on Saturday at 8am with your hosts Vanessa, Peter, Ruth and Tim. Time to tune in, listen up and get active EarthChatters!

  • Plant Kingdom is a conversation series about plants, nature and environment featuring scientists, artists, researchers, writers and healers.

    We release two conversations each month, and hear form people who have an intimacy with plants and nature. We discuss their work, stories and reflections from the field.

    We record in Sydney, Australia on the lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, and pay respect to their elders - past, present and future.

    Hosted and produced by Catherine Polcz. Our music is by Carl Didur.

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  • Hosted by Gabriel Hesch and Autumn Phaneuf, who have advanced degrees in EE and industrial engineering/operations research respectively, come together to discuss mathematics as a pure field al in its own as well as how it describes the language of science, engineering, and even creativity.  

    Breaking Math brings you the absolute best in interdisciplinary science discussions -  bringing together experts in varying fields including artificial intelligence, neuroscience, evolutionary biology, physics, chemistry and materials-science, and more -  to discuss where humanity is headed.



    email:  [email protected]

  • Bringing you the very best that nature has to offer here at Laurels Wood.

    โ˜˜๏ธ News and Updates
    ๐ŸŽฅ Camera Setups
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Behind The Scenes Secrets
    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Interviews
    ๐Ÿ“Œ Hints and Tips For Watching Your Own Wildlife
    โ“ Your Questions Answered

  • We interview people who are working to protect, or are working in harmony, with the Australian environment. Focusing on the island of lutruwita Tasmania, we tell stories of people and place, exploring hard-fought campaigns, in-depth ecological research, community care and science communication.
    We ask nature-driven folks who they are, what they’re learning, how it all ties into the bigger picture and what we can do to curb our eco-anxiety and make some small steps towards a better world. We can't wait to share these stories with you!

  • Welcome to our Podcast, The Dermal Difference, a space where we talk all things skin. We are here to bring you conversations by Dermal Therapists and their contributions across the ever expanding and evolving scope of health and aesthetics. Whether you are here as a skin enthusiast, a fellow student, aesthetic or medical professional or just someone looking for answers in their search to improve their own skin, this podcast offers expert insights as we deep dive into a vast range of hot topics and concerns.

  • Has the world gone mad? How can so many so-called progressive politicians seek to cancel freedom of speech, history, gender, and reality? In this series, I will give simple, logical explanations about why so-called progressive political movements like BLM, MeToo have been bad for society and undermined the causes they purport to represent. I'll explain why these movements have promoted victimhood and cancellation of truth, but I'll also provide positive solutions and explain what democracy should look like to create a healthy society. If you're looking for a podcast that makes you feel better about believing in democratic principles, free speech and reality, then this is the one for you!

    Why are so-called progressive political movements promoting censorship and totalitarianism?

    Why are the biggest capitalist companies in the world promoting Marxism?

    If you disagree with the philosophies of BLM, MeToo and the Trans movement, does this make you a bigoted xenophobe?

    Join me as I examine the importance of democratic principles and explain why they are worth fighting for.

  • Peace and conflict studies is a burgeoning field. Yet, it still needs to tackle the legacies of colonialism and its hierarchies; the historical trajectories of conflicts and their embeddedness in global entanglements. In the six episodes of the podcast, we question dominant narratives in dialogue with a diversity of voices within and beyond academia and critically engage with theories and research practices. Join us in our journey of confronting hierarchies.

  • Welcome to the Urban Uncovered podcast, brought to you by LEARN the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus-East African Urban Research Network, where your host, Mandipa Ndlovu (African Studies Centre Leiden), takes you on a journey through the heart of urban transformation. Tune in as we dig deep into the big issues shaping our cities today. Join us as we chat with experts, uncover innovative solutions, and explore the path to greener, smarter, and fairer urban living. Let's figure out how to make our cities better together on the Urban Uncovered Podcast.

  • We look at live-action films featuring real animals to look at how they are represented, and what filmmakers get right or wrong about animal behavior. Co-hosts Katie and Norm discuss how movies have influenced our perception of animals and their relationship with humans, for better and for worse.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Casual chats between an Austrian and Australian on environmental topics that usually don't get talked about openly. 

    Hosts Gunnar Haid and James Hammond set out to provide a light-hearted and thought-provoking look into Contaminated Land, Resource Recovery, Ecology and general environmental issues in Australia, in particular NSW. They use their experience and industry connections to talk about subjects that, at least in their opinion, don't get talked about enough or not in the right context. Join them for a chuckle and some unique perspectives. 

    Contact: [email protected]

    The necessary disclaimer: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in this Podcast are the speakersโ€™ own. They do not necessarily represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of 4Pillars Environmental Consulting Pty Ltd or any Client, Supplier or other party related to 4Pillars or the speakers. 

    (c) Gunnar Haid and James Hammond

  • Learn all about sustainability at the University of Tasmania

  • What happens when an Australian journalist named Antoinette and an American poet named Antoinette sit down to tackle a new problem each week? They trade many words, some barbs and have plenty of laughs! The Antoinettes revel in tension and enjoy the art of disagreement -- challenging both the status quo and their friendship.

    Nothing is off the table, and they wonโ€™t always break bread. Welcome to the bin fire! Welcome to the shit show!

    New Episodes of the Antoinettes drop every Thursday.

    Produced by DM Podcasts

  • The Octarine Tree. A podcast exploring the meaning of ecology, spirit and human relationship. Hosted by Western Australian agro-ecologist Byron Joel.

  • ๐ŸŽง Diving deep into the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef! ๐Ÿ  Join us as we explore marine wildlife, meet inspiring conservationists, and take action. ๐Ÿชธ

  • Welcome to The Kings Throne Podcast, where we will talk absolute sh*t about life. I’m your host Shaun Gonzalvo, inviting you to join me and some special guests, on a wild rollercoaster of unfiltered, uncut and unhinged conversations.

    Each episode is designed to be a royal feast for your soul, featuring insightful interviews, hilarious commentary, and not so life changing unhinged discussions.

    Join us every month as we explore some serious and not so serious topics such as the single life, does size really matter, how do you manifest your dreams, mental health, and everything in between.

    The King’s Throne Podcast is not just a show; it’s a community of like-minded, unhinged, individuals who exude #goodvibesonly energy.

    Are you ready to slay the house down boots? Then subscribe to The King’s Throne Podcast now and come on a journey. What that journey is? We’re not sure, we are just here to have some fun!

    Follow us on @thekingsthronepodcast for behind-the-scenes content, updates, and a sneak peek into the royal conversations happening on The King’s Throne.

  • Welcome to Beyond the Hedge where the writer, Patrick Galbraith, goes in search of the places, people, traditions and tales that make rural Britain extraordinary.

    Join Patrick as he heads out along the backroads to meet publicans, writers, hedgelayers, butchers, poets and keepers of everything from pigs to grey partridges to bees.

    He explores often-complex and sometimes-thorny themes with the help of real experts – practitioners with their hands in the soil and academics who’ve spent their lives thinking about things like the cultural history of fishing. Beyond the Hedge gets to the heart of rural Britain, as it was, is now and will be in the future.

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