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History Detective is a podcast for teachers, students and lovers of history. It delves into stories from the past that don’t always get told in the textbooks. Every episode will include an original song that compliments the topic. This is a classroom friendly resource that aligns with history curriculums. Visit Amped Up Learning for accompanying teaching resources for every episode.
 
The Australian Naval History Podcast explores naval history in Australia. Each week, historians & veterans discuss a different aspect of Australian naval history. From deep discussions of particular battles, to the histories of submarine classes, the Australian Naval History Podcast is expert analysis & reflection on the storied past of Australia's military at sea. Produced by the Naval Studies Group at UNSW Canberra, in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian N ...
 
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Clare Wright and Yves Rees

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Archive Fever is a new Australian history podcast featuring intimate conversations with writers, artists, curators, fellow historians and other victims of the research bug. Each episode, co-hosts Clare Wright and Yves Rees talk to archive addicts about what kind of archives they use, how often they use them, when they got their first hit. Join us as we ask: what madness is this?
 
The Australian Police Journal (APJ) is the country’s preeminent true crime and policing publication, and it has launched a monthly podcast series! Join host Jason Byrnes (jason@apjl.com.au) as he discusses new APJ articles as well as interviews authors and other people of note, about serious crimes, police history, contemporary developments in policing, and future initiatives. The 'APJ' and 'Policing Australia: The Official Podcast of the Australian Police Journal' are produced by the Austra ...
 
Where did it all start? 3 interviews will be released each week starting in January. The audio documentary that will tell the story of the Australian startup ecosystem will be released in June 2022. Sign up to the newsletter https://w2d1.com/newsletter and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This series is made possible thanks to our sponsors & partners. Major Sponsors: MYOB, AWS Startups Standard Sponsors: UTS Startups The Guild of Entrepreneurs Western Sydney University's LaunchPad C ...
 
The podcast for Aussie founders, startups and the organisations that support Australian entrepreneurship. This season of W2D1 about the history of the Australian startup ecosystem is supported by our major sponsors: MYOB, Amazon Web Services "I've never seen someone pull together audio clips with this level of clarity and logic, it really is top-notch work." - Murray Hurps, Director of Entrepreneurship at UTS Hit that subscribe button and you won't miss any brand new Australian startup stori ...
 
This podcast is about Australian War History. In the first series, we cover the Japanese push down the Malaysian Peninsula into Timor. Here Australian forces combined with others stopped the Japanese juggernaut, which no other armed force had done up until that point. The Special Air Service (SAS) regiment stationed at Campbell Barracks, Perth is widely regarded as one of the world's top elite fighting forces. Its beginnings can be traced back to a little known but significant campaign fough ...
 
The Bug Whisperer is a four episode crime podcast produced in Italian based on real life cases of murder mystery. Follow Dr Paola Magni, an Italian forensic entomologist as she dissects crime using insects as her guide. - The Bug Whisperer è un podcast in quattro episodi in italiano, ispirato da altrettanti casi di cronaca nera realmente accaduti. Seguite le storie di Paola Magni, un'entomologa forense che si serve degli insetti per fare luce sui misteri.
 
The Little Red Podcast: interviews and chat celebrating China beyond the Beijing beltway. Hosted by Graeme Smith, China studies academic at the Australian National University's Department of Pacific Affairs and Louisa Lim, former China correspondent for the BBC and NPR, now with the Centre for Advancing Journalism at Melbourne University. We are the 2018 winners of podcast of the year in the News & Current Affairs category of the Australian Podcast Awards. Follow us @limlouisa and @GraemeKSm ...
 
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Jessica Adie & Maddie Nixon

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An Australian history and pop culture podcast hosted by Jessica Adie and Maddie Nixon. Two best mates take turns each week to research a topic that ~shaped the nation​~.​ The Harold Holt memorial swimming pool, the cultural impact of Kath & Kim, The Emu War, Cathy Freeman and Expo 88 are just the tip of this hot and sweaty iceberg. Laugh, learn and dismantle the often baffling, truly fascinating, land down under.
 
Explore some of the most heinous, controversial, heartbreaking and thought-provoking true crime cases in Canadian history with Kristi Lee, an Australian who has been living in Canada for 12 years. Utilizing facts curated from court documents, trial reporting and news archives, you'll also hear about relevant social and historical factors that impact crime. New episodes on the 1st and 15th of each month. Learn more at www.canadiantruecrime.ca. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf ...
 
The true crime book Loose Units, out now through Penguin Publishing (and in bookstores everywhere), had one thing it couldn't do: it couldn't fit everything. So each week, Paul and John will sit down and delve into cases too surreal, brief or contentious to fit into the book. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
From alleyway gangsters to cold war spies to eccentric entrepreneurs, Australian history is full of colourful but forgotten characters. Host Jen Kelly talks with experts, historians and yarn spinners to uncover the untold stories of some of our most interesting and offbeat ancestors. Produced by Jonty Burton and Andrea Thiis-Evensen.
 
Join Gray STANTON each fortnight as he conducts an in depth analysis on the Australian governments direct involvement with the Khazarian Banking Elites agenda of a ‘planned’ pandemic (scamdemic) using fraudulent RT-PCR Testing to justify “unlawful” lockdowns, forced vaccinations using an Experimental-Gene-Therapy that has since been proven to be an ‘Unrestricted Bioweapon’. All this to hide in plain sight their depopulation agenda by collapsing the world economy in order to usher in the tech ...
 
The Carrick Ryan Podcast is a show containing the recorded spontaneous utterances from a former a Federal Agent working in Counter Terrorism turned political blogger. It is a project aimed at raising the level of discourse and political engagement in Australia that has built a community on social media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hindsight is the only program on Australian radio devoted exclusively to social history. It offers new perspectives on well-known aspects of the past and brings to light those stories long-ignored on the public record. The memories of ordinary Australians are woven into complex, credible and satisfying documentaries. Hindsight is published every Sunday.
 
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Niki Scevak has a long and diverse background in the Australian startup ecosystem. From his entrepreneurial beginnings co-founding two software companies, Niki would go on to co-found Blackbird, a venture capital firm which manages over a billion dollars, and found Startmate, an accelerator that has helped 170+ startups since its inception in 2011.…
 
8 Podcasts List: Frontier War Stories Shooting the Past History Lab The History Listen Aussie History Podcast Living History with Matt McLachlan Australian Histories Podcast Speakola See the blog post here. If you would like to support the podcast, you and Buy Me a Coffee Write a review at Podchaser! The History Detective Season 1 & 2 Album is now …
 
The 'Great Ocean Road' is it one of Victoria’s, indeed Australia’s, most well known international tourist attractions, and a favoured coastal town drive for locals, dotted as it is with beautiful surf & swimming beaches, but you may be surprised to know, the road itself constitutes Australia’s longest War Memorial. This episode we talk about how th…
 
3 interviews will be released each week starting in January. The audio documentary that will tell the story of the Australian startup ecosystem will be released in June 2022. Sign up to the newsletter https://w2d1.com/newsletter and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This series is made possible thanks to our sponsors & partners. Major Spons…
 
Walking down the aisle to Wagner’s ‘Here Comes The Bride’ and departing to Mendelssohn’s ‘The Wedding March’ remains a popular choice at wedding ceremonies - a precedent established by the Princess Royal Victoria and Prince Frederick of Prussia, who married at St James’s Palace on 25th January, 1858. Unfortunately for Mendelssohn, he’d been dead el…
 
G’day and welcome to the third season of True Blue History. Thanks to all those who have supported the podcast, and a special welcome to new listeners. What a line-up of great guests and topics we have for you this year, On today’s podcast, we’ll be joining my good mate, Battlefield tour guide, Pete Smith, on a walk around the iconic Belgian town o…
 
Henry VIII is typically remembered as he was at the end of his life - weighing in at a colossal 28 stone, with ulcerated legs, failing eyesight and an explosive temper. But, prior to the jousting accident he suffered 24th January, 1536, history had recorded him as merry, affable and physically attractive. Jousting was his favourite sport, but after…
 
Kate Cornick is the CEO of LaunchVic, the Victorian Government’s initiative to accelerate startups and create new jobs in Victoria. Before taking this position, Kate worked in a variety of roles in startup land, including leading the development of a human resources technology startup through a listing on the Australian Stock Exchange, as well as a…
 
Andrea Gardiner is the founder of Jelix, an investment firm which focuses on early stage technology startups in Australia and New Zealand. In her conversation with Adam, she shares her conviction that disruptive, scalable technology startups are critical for the future economic prosperity of Australia, and highlights the supportive and collaborativ…
 
Cheryl Mack is passionate about supporting founders and has done so in a variety of roles over the years: as a mentor for programs including Startmate and Founder Institute, as CEO of StartCon, as an angel investor with over 10 investments and counting, and most recently as the CEO and founder of Aussie Angels. In her conversation with Adam, she di…
 
As CEO of Freelance Limited, Matt Barrie overseas the management of both freelancer.com, a service through which 54 million freelancers offer every type of service you can possibly imagine, as well as escrow.com, a global payment system that’s done 5 billion US dollars in payment volume. Freelancer Limited opened on the Australian Securities Exchan…
 
In the early 1900s, radicals and militant unionists across Australia founded the Industrial Workers of the World, arguably the most legendary left-wing organisation in Australian history. The IWW – or the ‘Wobblies’, as they were colloquially known – believed workers should form unions not just to win better wages and conditions, but to overthrow b…
 
Brian Burnsed is a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated. We do a deep dive into the process behind his brilliant – yet sobering - profile of 12-year NBA veteran, Shawn Bradley. [Support: Buy Adam a coffee | Amazon: USA / Australia | Audible | Booktopia | PayPal] Existing fans of my show will likely know that I’ve been a big fan of Shawn Bradl…
 
[ Part 2 of 2 ] The conclusion of this case of a murder investigation that forever changed the face of the Canadian justice system. Further reading: Mr. Big: The Investigation into the Deaths of Karen and Krista Hart by Colleen Lewis and Jennifer Hicks Podcast recommendation: Casefile - Daniel Morcombe episode 54 Credits: Research and writing: Emil…
 
Henri Littière and his adulterous wife Suzanne thought they’d come up with a novel way to combat her philandering - by commissioning a custom-made chastity belt. But on 21st January, 1934, Littière was sentenced to three months in prison for cruelty to his spouse. It’s a strange story, but not half as weird as how the myth of chastity belts gained …
 
Mary Reibey was dressed as a boy when she was caught stealing a horse at the age of 14 and sentenced to transportation to Australia. Find out how she became one of the richest people in Australia and now features on the Australian $20 note. If you would like to support the podcast, you and Buy Me a Coffee Write a review at Podchaser! The History De…
 
If you read the international headlines in 1969, you'd think the Central American countries of Honduras and El Salvador loved football (soccer, for the US folks in the crowd) so much that they actually went to war over it. But does this story actually hold up? That's the question for today's episode, as the guys dive into the true events leading to…
 
Ozzy Osbourne orally decapitated a bat live on stage in Des Moines, Iowa on 20th January, 1982; an act that quickly went down as one of the most outrageous moments in rock n roll history. Concertgoer Mark Neal, 17, said the bat was dead long before he threw it on stage. But this was not Osbourne’s first offence: he had previously shocked attendees …
 
This summer, we have put together a four part series of some of our most engaging episodes so far, and the final episode looks at amazing women in history. You will hear about Eliza Batman, the wireless pioneer Violet McKenzie, and a revolutionary all female garage. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Stepping Up: COVID-19 Checkpoints and Rangatiratanga (Huia Publishers, 2021) discusses the roadside checkpoints that were set up by Māori to protect communities during the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown in 2020. Case studies of four different checkpoints are examined, each of which looked slightly different, but all of which were underpinned by tikan…
 
For many adults, the idea of 'summer camp' conjures up fond, nostalgic memories of childhood. And most folks see these outfits as great opportunities for children to learn, play and connect with their peers. Yet as the Nazi party rose to power in Germany, multiple communities in the US created their own kinds of summer camp -- camps dedicated entir…
 
Research In Motion were once the world’s most popular maker of smartphones, but when they launched the BlackBerry 850 on 19th January, 1999, the device had no phone functionality: it was marketed as a two-way pager. However, the gadget’s ability to bounce emails from a desktop server to its users on the move, and its bespoke instant messaging servi…
 
We're back to our regular programming this week, with Steph giving us a fantastic story about an extremely interesting UFO and Alien encounter in Papua New Guinea which had many witnesses to back up the evidence. Jordi keeps it close to home with haunting stories from the Blue Mountains location of the ancient Jenolan Caves. We hope that you love l…
 
Binge Reading Giveaway for January 2022 Before we get to the Top Ten–we’ve got a Giveaway draw for January–three E book copies every week of my Three Holiday Novellas Book Bundle–A mix of mystery and Christmas romance set in historic New York, Hawaii and California, Books #4 #6 and #8 in the Of Gold & Blood historic mystery series. Enter the draw o…
 
‘The First Fleet’ - the eleven ships carrying around 1400 people from Britain, most of whom were convicted criminals - landed in New South Wales on 18th January, 1788. Australia had been home to indigenous people for at least 50,000 years - but was a barren and shocking destination for 'the poms', who’d endured an epic 252-day voyage to get there; …
 
The first night of Richard Sheridan’s classic comedy ‘The Rivals’ did not go according to plan. Critics thought it was too long, the Irish gentry in the audience were insulted, and an actor was pelted with rotten fruit. It closed after one performance on 17th January, 1775. But then… after eleven days of rewrites, recasting and edits (a process She…
 
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