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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 ...
 
Battlecast is the world’s foremost podcast about war and it’s sociopolitical impact. Each month Dr. Luke Wolf works to bring you an unfiltered understanding of the most important battles and wars of mankind’s history. The official motto of the show: “not left, not right: above,” provides a fresh look at the conventional understandings found in history books. So pull up a chair, grab a beer, and join the conversation.
 
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Cosmopod

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Cosmopod

Cosmonaut Magazine

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Cosmopod is the official podcast of Cosmonaut Magazine, a project dedicated to expanding the project of scientific socialism in the 21st Century. In our feed we have a combination of podcast episodes and audio articles from our website.
 
Learn the lessons of military history by looking at the great battles through the lens of the Principles of War. Part of the enduring nature of war, all good Generals follow the 10 Principles of War. The great Generals of history have the ability to know which of the principles are most important at the decisive moments of the campaign. We study the great battles to draw the lessons on strategy, tactics and leadership.
 
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 Elouise Tynan.
 
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 ...
 
Talking Australia, from award-winning Australian Geographic, shares the stories of Australia’s most inspiring explorers, conservationists and adventurers. Listen as they take you on a journey around this magnificent country and beyond, whether battling the elements to achieve their lifelong dreams or working hard to preserve our unique and fragile natural world. Each week the podcast features intimate conversations with extraordinary Australians.
 
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 ...
 
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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?
 
A podcast recapping the albums of the Australian band Silverchair. Can you believe there's never been a podcast about Silverchair? I couldn't, so I made one. In each fortnightly episode, I’ll cover one release by the band with some special guest episodes interspersed along the way. Won’t you come with me to a place in a little town?
 
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.
 
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.
 
An Australian true crime podcast based in Adelaide, city of churches and sinners.Adelaide has a reputation it can't seem to shake, the murder capital of Australia. This podcast has a distinctly laid back approach to the gruesome topics covered. Seeking to shed light on many under reported cases, the semi anonymous host flies solo most of the time with the occasional guest host, gin & tonic. The podcast is accidentally funny, and also has serious in your face feel that is truly Australian. Ne ...
 
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We reflect on the reforms Bligh had introduced and note the rising aggravation amongst the 'trading group', who were beginning to lose some of their previous dodgy income streams and privileged arrangements. Many were challenging Bligh's authority, particularity through the courts and with appeals directly to England, and as tensions escalate, we b…
 
Rudy joins Roxy Hall and Giacomo Bianchino for a discussion on the past, present and future of the Australian state. We talk about the history of Australian colonization with its differences and similarities with US and Canada, the squatter vanguard of settler-colonialism, the failed attempt at a bourgeois revolution that was the Eureka Stockade an…
 
Petar Djokovic and his expert panel of Rear Admiral James Goldrick, Air Commodore Ian ‘Buzz’ Pearson and Commodore Kim Pitt discuss the RAN & RAAF involvement in the Cold War at sea.Produced by the Naval Studies Group & the Creative Media Unit at the University of NSW (Canberra) in conjunction with the Australian Naval Institute, the Submarine Inst…
 
Welcome to the third episode of the Vietnam series for the Australian war history podcast. In this episode, we talk about Mick's post-war life, get into a bit more detail about Simmo and as always touch on a number of different subjects surrounding the Australian military. Mick's details: Simmo, the book by Mick can be bought online from Mick's web…
 
The second part of our discussion of the Tom Wills controversy. What can we say categorically about him and the alleged role he played in a massacre of Aboriginal people? When and on what grounds could we 'cancel' Tom Wills? Is cancelling Wills or any historical figure the right thing to do? What should the AFL do right now, in response to this? We…
 
CEW Bean, the author of the official History wrote that Australian troops braved the odds in numerous battles, but that Bullecourt was the most brilliant of these achievements, impressing both enemy and friends alike. Why was it a magnificent achievement? What role did Artillery play and what lessons can be learnt? This is part of our 150th Anniver…
 
Vaccine apartheid – Dr David Legge – Peoples Health MovementAmanda Vanstone and her missing empathy shown on Australian Story – Emeritus Professor Stuart ReesPart 2 recent history of Peru – student and activist Sasha Gillies LekakisSecrets in national parliament? – Professor Spencer Zifkak from ACUDrones in the Nevada desert – Brian Terrell coordin…
 
Historian Dan Jones’s new book, The Tale of the Tailor and the Three Dead Kings, reimagines a medieval ghost story for modern audiences. He explains to Dave Musgrove what it tells us about attitudes to the afterlife in the Middle Ages. (Ad) Dan Jones is the author of The Tale of the Tailor and the Three Dead Kings: A medieval ghost story (Head of Z…
 
Welcome to podcast number 41 for Thanks for your Service. You can find us on Facebook and Twitter Just search for Thanks For Your Service. Our website is www.thanksforyourservice.net . You can also email us at info@thanksforyourservice.net At the end of WW1, Britain gave Australia six J class submarines. One of those subs, the J7, exists today at t…
 
Chris Pearson talks to Elinor Evans about his latest book, Dogopolis, which explores how human-canine relationships shaped urban living in three cities – New York, Paris and London – in the late 19th and 20th centuries, from differing attitudes towards pets and strays, to their roles in modern security. (Ad) Chris Pearson is the author of Dogopolis…
 
This is a special miniseries to celebrate 150 years of Permanent Artillery since the formation of A and B Batteries, Royal Canadian Artillery. Vimy Ridge is seen as the birth of the Canadian nation. It is a model of a well planned Corps attack. Well resourced, well planned and very well rehearsed we look to understand what went right at Vimy Ridge.…
 
What's the latest on our modern supply chain crisis? The Px3 audience is shockingly plugged in to the logistics network! We prove it with a mail bag. James Thatcher (a 20-year veteran of international logistics) breaks down what is going wrong now, what is fixable and gives some (dire?) predictions for the future.…
 
Ken has clad the driveway gate to give himself some privacy from dog-walkers while tending the veggie patch, sometimes in his underwear. The trouble is, his next-door neighbour has taken offence to the cladding and is passive-aggressively taking action against it.
 
The solar industry is booming, but new stories have emerged of customers being charged exorbitant prices or sold faulty products. How widespread is this kind of mis-selling and, if you want to get a good deal, where should you go? Amy Bainbridge, the ABC's National Consumer Affairs reporter joins Life Matters.…
 
One in four Australian homes now have solar systems, making it a booming industry. But how can you avoid paying too much, or being sold a faulty product? Listeners share their experiences. Plus, you've put cladding on your driveway gate, but your neighbour has taken offence – what should you do?
 
In part two of this two-part series, Ben is joined once again with guest host Alex Williams to explore the harrowing tale of the New England Vampire Panic, tracing how increasingly desperate communities resorted to ritualistic desecration of graves to combat the horrors of what some believed to be a supernatural affliction. (And how the rest of the…
 
This week we look at Melbourne and Sydney’s freedom days as their (hopefully) final lockdowns end. And we ask is the worst of the Covid 19 pandemic finally over in Australia? Also our interview guest is comedian Alice Fraser, host of the weekly news comedy podcast The Gargle. Check out The Gargle here: ​​https://www.thebuglepodcast.com/the-gargle C…
 
The pandemic has seen a public resurgence of picnics in locked down states, but they haven't always been so accessible – or even held outdoors. From upper-class affairs, which could involve gambling, to large union-organised events, picnics have changed dramatically over the years. So, how did they begin?…
 
Recently the Therapeutic Goods Administration looked into whether women should be allowed to buy the contraceptive pill over the counter, without a new prescription from their GP. Bad idea - said the the AMA and the Royal Australian College of GPs. So is this decision in women's best interests? And why is it so important to keep your doctor in the …
 
Remembering respectfully those who have died in the service of their country is one of the aims of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Faced with the daunting task of locating and burying fallen veterans after the First World War, the Commission created cemeteries that were respectful of the fallen and functional for those who would visit. Pete…
 
Author Graham Addison returns to the show to continue the history of the Aussie rich kids who went on a quest to find one of the world's most famous treasures. More at: https://grahamaddison.com/ Like the show? Get backgrounders and more at http://heraldsun.com.au/ibaw See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This is a narration of the introduction to Mike Macnair's groundbreaking book Revolutionary Strategy. Narration and editing by Lydia Apolinar. The free market triumphalism of the 1990s is over. Early 21st century capitalism looks like Karl Marx’s description: growing extremes of wealth and poverty, and irrepressible boom-bust cycles. But for the mo…
 
Martha S Jones discusses her Cundill History Prize-shortlisted book Vanguard, which charts African-American women’s long and determined fight for the vote. She speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about how the battle for suffrage connected to other issues and a wider struggle for political power. (Ad) Martha S Jones is the author of Vanguard: How Black Women…
 
Tony Quinn discusses if New Zealand could support two rounds, and if one could be an endurance race moving forward. How the teams not owning the business will improve the sport. What needs to change to make Supercars more attractive to the next generation, and how COVID has impacted his businesses and what will change in operations will be the resu…
 
This is the 4th episode in our Bullecourt series. "With artillery support we can keep the position till the cows come home." So wrote CAPT Harry Murray, VC, OC A Coy after the 4th and 12th Brigades had fought their way into the Siegfried Line - they didn't get it and were forced to conduct an extremely difficult withdrawal under heavy machine gun f…
 
Could the Democrats actually be negotiating with each other? Did Bernie cross a line with Joe Manchin and finally trigger a thaw? Is Biden going to do something? The Virginia Gov race is in the home stretch and a big ugly scene has erupted in the center of it. Will a horrifying crime trigger a culture war shift that imperils Terry McAuliffe's lead?…
 
While historians continue to explore the details of the infamous Salem witch trials, another, earlier panic swept through New England -- something modern historians often refer to as the "Vampire Panic." In part one of this two-part series, Ben is joined again with guest host Alex Williams, creator of the Ephemeral podcast, to explore the brutal re…
 
"This is the way we brush our teeth, brush out teeth, brush our teeth ... this is the way we brush our teeth, so early in the morning". Sound familiar to you? A connection to music often begins when we're first introduced to nursery rhymes. But it's not all Humpty Dumpty. For many new or first time parents, musical play forms a crucial role in the …
 
New research from Flinders University has found activities like organised sport, dance and drama outside of school can be beneficial for all children. But these activities are less likely to be available to children in medium and low-income families, despite these children benefiting the most from them.…
 
Tim Harper speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about his Cundill History Prize-shortlisted book Underground Asia, which reveals how clandestine networks of anti-colonialist rebels operated across Asia in the early 20th century. (Ad) Tim Harper is the author of Underground Asia: Global Revolutionaries and the Assault on Empire (Allen Lane, 2020). Buy it now f…
 
On October 17, 2001, Team Alpha were dropped into the mountains of northern Afghanistan. Two of the eight appear in this week’s episode alongside the author of a new book telling the story of the first Americans behind enemy lines after 9/11 – and what a story it is. Justin Sapp was a Green Beret detailed to CIA, he would go on to be a commander in…
 
Matthew Ricketson joins to discuss how newsrooms, the engine rooms of reporting, have shrunk. A generation of journalists has borne witness to seismic changes in the media and this book shares their stories as essays and narrative interviews. Names include from more than 50 Australian journalists – including Amanda Meade, David Marr and Flip Prior …
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyPalestinian activist, journalist, and much more - Yousef Alreemawi, who participated in the zoom presentation When Prison is a Weapon: the Palestinian Reality2 stories from Bougainville. Human rights award to activist Theonila Roka Matbob against Rio Rinto’s devastation from the Panguna Mine, and a revealing documenta…
 
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