Nightlife with Tony Delroy.

Nightlife with Tony Delroy.

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Episodes

The future of transportation  

How will we be getting around in our cities in the next 50 years? Will we have self-driving cars, buses and taxis by then so that we can sit back and enjoy the ride while artificial intelligence takes the wheel?

The Future of Transportation  

How will we be getting around in our cities in the next 50 years - self-driving cars, buses, taxis? Will artificial intelligence take the wheel as we sit back and enjoy the ride?  

How would you feel if you were left out of your parent’s will?  

When a person draws up a will, they are entitled to give away their assets in any manner they choose. If you were left out of a will, would you go so far as to challenge it?

Hollywood hot with Katherine Tulich  

Katherine Tulich speaks to Phil Clark from Cinema Con in Las Vegas, the largest cinema industry conference in the world. She also has the latest news on the new Blade Runner movie with Harrison Ford

Science with Matt Baker - the life of Otters  

Our scientist in residence Matt Baker on the world of sea otters. Smarter than dolphins, their ancestors living millions of years ago may have used tools such as rocks to break sea shells and gather food.

How would you feel if you were left out of your parent’s will?  

When a person draws up a will, they are entitled to give away their assets in any manner they choose but would you go as far as to challenge a will you were left out of?

The legal and ethical complexities of sperm and egg donations  

An increasing number of Australian children are being born with the help of donor sperm. What are these children being told about their origins as they grow older?

I Love India featuring Anjum Anand  

I love India is a book for lovers of real Indian flavours.

The legal and ethical complexities around sperm and egg donations.  

An increasing number of Australian children are being born with the help of donor sperm. What are these children being told about their origins as they grow older?

The adventures of Trim the cat  

Australia's great navigator Matthew Flinders had a constant companion, his cat Trim, who was shipwrecked, imprisoned and circumnavigated Australia with his master.

Finding it hard to talk to your 14 year old?  

From leaving the car running to knowing when not to overdo it, Madonna King shares the realities of parenting today's teens.

This Mortal Coil with Ruby Wax  

According to Ruby Wax, happiness is all about learning how to pay attention

The Adventures of Trim the Cat  

Australia's great navigator Matthew Flinders had a constant companion: his cat Trim, who was shipwrecked, imprisoned and circumnavigated Australia with his master. In this episode of This Week In History we pay tribute to Trim the Cat.

What's your poison?  

Death by poisoning is a particularly domestic crime, usually served up with dinner by someone trusted.

What's your poison?  

Death by poisoning is a particularly domestic crime: usually served up with dinner by someone trusted. Gail Bell, author of the Poison Principle talks us through the favourite poisons through the ages, some of the great literary poisonings and explores the poisoning mystery in her own family.

Toby Hagon with Motortorque  

Motoring guru Toby Hagon on the latest news in the motoring industry

The Australian justice system through the eyes of former QC Bill Hosking  

The man who defended the men who raped and murdered Sydney nurse Anita Cobby speaks about his life in the law.

Is carrying cash on its way out?  

Is it really possible to live your life without using cash? And how many of us are really doing it?

The Australian justice system through the eyes of former QC Bill Hosking  

Bill Hosking is a former barrister and QC who's seen first hand the intricacies of our justice system. He shares his stories from the courtroom, including defending the men who raped and murdered Sydney nurse Anita Cobby in 1986.

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