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Best The Blue Compass Team podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best The Blue Compass Team podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
Updated July 2020
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Weekly ideas, insights, and tips on management from Harvard Business Review.
Retire to the eclectic environs of the RN Drive Drawing Room, for music, musings and unexpected conversations. The Drawing Room is equal parts performance space, salon, and kitchen table confessional.
On an island in Victorian, a family falls quietly away from each other, and a girl goes missing.Meanwhile, in the suburbs of Sydney, a man's guilty conscience leads him to hospital waiting rooms and an unexpected relationship.Islands by Peggy Frew and No One by John Hughes are shortlisted for this year's prestigious Miles Franklin Award.In the Draw…
Imagine diving into water that's below freezing, and then swimming into the darkness beneath a sheet of ice in nothing but a pair of swimmers. That's just one of the remarkable feats that Kiki Bosch, an ice freediver, has been able to accomplish.
Music can be a fickle industry. Trends change, and the line between sounding fresh and keeping what made you special in the first place can be a blurry one.But there are some artists who are able to keep the magic alive across the decades. Peter Milton Walsh founded The Apartments in Brisbane in the late 70s and, over the years, each new album arri…
What does it mean to embrace the legacy of your family, rather than trying to escape it?When a movie that Cath Moore was writing fell through, she didn't want to let the story go, so she decided to turn it into a novel instead. And along the way, the central character changed into someone like Cath, wrestling with some of the same questions that Ca…
In the 1990s, video arcades were going through a revolution. The games were moving away from the family friendly abstractions of Pacman or Space Invaders and embracing an aesthetic that was grittier, more realistic and more violent.And business was booming: the top games were making more than a billion dollars globally, outshining even the biggest …
Matt Ward lives and breathes Mod music. He gave up punk to wear suits, and now feels a duty to share his Mod knowledge.
An evil sorcerer, a magical forest and five teenagers who don't like each other but are brought together to save the world. That's the story behind Australia's first feature-length fantasy movie.
Rosemary is using her experience as a migrant in Australia to change the lives of abused African women. She's getting a huge helping hand from rural and regional Australia.
The U.S. is still dealing with the first wave of Covid-19, he says.
Pam Ann, the international air-hostess extraordinaire is performing online for one night only for Australian audiences.
When will we see economic recovery?
With elements of jazz, hip hop, ball room dancing and a hint of hip hop, it seems the roller community is growing around the world, including here in Australia.
Be vulnerable, be personable and don't pick up the microphone!
Foreigner, one of the highest-selling rock bands of all time, has turned to two Australian-based composers to make their classic songs classical.
Words and their meanings have evolved since languages began. Right now, some of the biggest change-makers are teenage girls.
It may seem like a softball, but it's actually the toughest job interview question. Here's how to nail it.
Bluey is the most popular animation to come out of Australia with hundreds of millions of views. Daley Pearson, the show's Executive Producer, takes us through the winning formula and why toilet humour is important for kids.
The musical and visual experience digs into childhood, family, belonging and what makes home, home.
How can you visit the Top End during the dry season without leaving your home?
YID! is a 22-piece funk/swing/avante garde big-band that counts Paul Simon, of Simon and Garfunkle fame, amongst its fans.
Wendy Kelly left policing in Perth to work in WA's first all-Indigenous police station.
With so much noise and clatter on Australian TV, one Producer decided to create a comedy/drama for adults with good conversation.
Paavali Jumppanen has toured Australia eight times over the past 15 years, and has performed alongside the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the Australian Chamber Orchestra and toured through the regions. When he was offered an opportunity to relocate for good, he says it was an easy decision.
During the 1980's in the Illawarra, women camped in tents outside the BHP Steel Works passing out leaflets to shift workers. They wanted jobs alongside the men.
The Juno award-winning musician Hawksley Workman on the idyllic woodlands of his childhood, the changing tides of fame and why he's afraid of America.
Ever stopped to think how the lockdown has impacted clowns?
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi CEO, Dr. Rakesh Suri, says the first step in leading his team was to slow down, take a deep breath, and align his team with a shared vision for action.
From quarantine comes light! After a mad dash to return to Australia from the United States, Jamie found inspiration between hotel walls.
Tonight in the Drawing Room you will travel through time to uncover the stories told through Indigenous art, from rock and bark right through to neon.
Ash Grunwald is a bluesman, passionate environmentalist, a writer, a podcaster and a musician.
Weddings, Parties, Anything; Frente; The Waifs; Died Pretty join to sing one song
How do we start real conversations about race in our organizations?
In 2002, Ben Lawrence was working on a TV campaign about new migrants in Australia, when a script for a movie began unfolding in his head.
What does compassion sound like? For Canadian folk singer Basia Bulat, it's the sounds of desert storms, snow and love... at the end of the world.
Think socially distanced dancers, abseiling painters and covid-19 testing music. Oh, and you might not even need pants!
Determined to beat lockdown, the Melbourne International Jazz Festival is going online for three nights on the last Saturday in May, June and July.
Gorilla-mask wearing activists took on the NY art world and won
Comedians who lost their live gigs because of Covid-19 are finding new ways to make audiences laugh and bring in some money.
Life in Manenberg, South Africa, is hard for the young, violence and crime plays a central role in day-to-day life. However, when Australian Pastor Andie Steele-Smith rolled into town and cooked up a traditional braai, everything changed.
After a messy history in our corner of the world, Rolling Stone Australia has returned like a phoenix rising from the ashes promising to be bigger and better than ever before.
The indie music stars talk setlists, line-up changes and growing up.
When Australia was decimated by the Great Depression, government investment in the country and people pulled it into a new era of prosperity.
Predicting the path ahead has become nearly impossible, but we can speculate about the size and scale of the economic shock.
Julia Zemiro squeezes more scientists, comedians and politicians into a car so they can spill their guts.
Museum curators around the world have flaunted their sense of humour via twitter, sharing some of their creepiest artefacts.
Have your dreams been vivid or somewhat more bizarre lately? Seems world over the pandemic is seeping into our beauty sleep, and two women from the United States have started documenting reoccurring themes across the world.
Thando explains how her EP was influenced by her lived experience as a person of colour, and performs a live version of the brand new single Gag Order.
Between them, Chris Austin and Flick Chafer-Smith have spent more than 30 years in jail. Art and knowledge about their cultures and language changed their lives.
Empty streets, stripped supermarket shelves, there's no doubt the pictures of the pandemic seem eerily similar to the plot points of a zombie movie.
Empty seats at the Birds of Flight show, no children with squished faces against the glass to marvel at the gorillas, and even the playful seals are feeling lost.