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  • Launching April 2020, we're starting a conversation.

    We'll be releasing weekly interviews with ordinary and extraordinary men, discussing their relationship with mental health and happiness.

    You'll hear what tools they've picked up along the way to help keep their heads above water, and also what they've learned to avoid on their path to happiness.

    If you know a great bloke, particularly a bloke who's been through a bit and found his way out, we'd love to have them on the Podcast. If so, flick us a message and we'll go from there.

  • A podcast that shines the spotlight on a sarcoma diagnosis. The expected, the unexpected and everything in between brought to you by Sock it to Sarcoma! and the Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation.


    The series coincides with Sarcoma Awareness Month in July. The podcast will be talking about all aspects of sarcoma. Each week we will be joined by patients, family & friends, specialist clinicians and researchers, as well as hearing from the two foundations behind creating this podcast; Sock it to Sarcoma! and the Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation.


    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • A podcast that gives the mic to those who have faced mental ill-health and its stigma head-on.

  • Welcome to our podcast, Women Supporting Women. Join three leading health and fitness experts, including business powerhouse Di Williams, as we chat about all things female. Get comfortable as we dive into health, fitness, relationships, the daily grind, motherhood and more. We’re here on the podcast, and in life, to have a laugh, share our experiences, support each other and get some stellar recommendations. So, here we go

  • A podcast for all healthcare workers from a paramedics perspective! Join the team for the 'Debrief' where they discuss all the latest in ambulancing news and topics before they jump into the 'Clinical Corner' for a more educational based conversation!! Plus INTERVIEWS, CASE STUDIES and MUCH MORE!!

  • This Emergency Life is a podcast about emergency care. We aim to bring you interviews with emergency care clinicians, researchers, educators, policy makers and thought leaders from Australasia and around the world.

  • A mental health podcast with someone who gets it. Mitch Wallis' ultimate vision is for people to feel understood. This podcast covers the spectrum of how to cope through tough times. Each episode - Mitch explores his own vulnerable moments so others don't feel so alone, interviews world-leading experts to share the most impactful advice, and provides his own tactical steps for how to deal with complex emotional problems in a step-by-step framework based on evidence/personal experience/experimentation. "Understood" is also a selfish need to understand himself, as Mitch delves into a real-time uncovering of his own mind, traversing the traditionally "secret" insecurities of one's personal life in an attempt to make sense of the weird & wonderful intricacies of his brain. Best yet - the podcast is interactive, featuring a Q&A format where you can ask questions directly to the host. From life advice, to overcoming debilitating anxiety, to relationships and beyond - we hope you get something out of it.

  • Australian Defence Magazine (ADM) is dedicated to reporting the business of defence capability planning and procurement as well as reporting the development of infrastructure to support the ADF.

    ADM's main objective is to provide an essential communications bridge between defence industry and its single source customer, the Department of Defence.

    ADM also reports on the budgetary process, the policy development, the capability planning process and the procurement decisions which together provide the equipment and resources for Australia’s defence force.

    This podcast showcases the people and topics of interest to ADM and supplements the content found in the magazine.

  • I am a young entrepreneur on a mission to inspire, uplift and encourage like minded people to become the best versions of themselves! The REAL TIME podcast is a way for me to share my thoughts, advice and honest opinions in a way to positively influence others.
    Visit my Instagram @emilyjane.dm
    Tag the podcast in your stories and #realtime.. I’ll be sure to re-share!

  • Law Talking is a podcast produced by Greenway Chambers, a leading set of barristers in Sydney. The barristers discuss recent developments in the law, focussing on commercial law and civil matters. In addition, each episode features a consideration of a particular topic in areas such as technology and construction, industrial and employment law, public interest and civil society, common law and inquests, sports law, and the practice of law and litigation. Lastly, Greenway Chambers’ barristers discuss their personal and social interests, what motivates them outside of the law and how they relax.

  • Join our host, legendary broadcaster and former 6PR Nightline presenter, Graham Mabury, as we discuss the ageing journey and what really matters to you when it comes to growing older. Each episode explores a range of topics around the emotional, physical, spiritual and financial aspects of ageing with experts, seniors and their families contributing advice, personal experiences and thought-provoking commentary.

  • Let's start the money conversation, one that is relevant for Mums juggling life, careers, finances, households..not to mention the all important role of being a Mum.

    As the creator of Savvy Mumma, I want this to be a safe and supportive environment to share topics with like minded Mummas, to open the conversation in a positive, meaningful and non-jargon way. This is a real passion project for me and I want to see hundreds of women prosper and thrive with the know-how to get their money life sorted. 

    - Renae Vercoe Creator of Savvy Mumma, Founder and Adviser of Money Mode Advice.

  • The Smallest Room is a place where changemakers can tell their stories. Join Mark Balla in the smallest room to hear from social entrepreneurs, film makers, philosophers, philanthropists and more. All these people have one thing in common - they have chosen to dedicate a substantial part of their lives to the idea of leaving the world a little bit better than it was when they first arrived.Who are the changemakers? Every day we see things in the world that don't sit quite right with us. More often than not our response is something along the lines of "What can I do about it? I'm just one person. I can't fix global poverty. I can't stop family violence. I can't make sure everyone in the world has access to a toilet. I can't prevent slavery in the developing world." Changemakers are people who change the paradigm. They decide to do something about it and the world changes for the better as a result of it. Often their efforts start as a trickle, but sometimes, just sometimes they turn into a raging river of change. Some of the people you will meet in The Smallest Room are just beginning their journey. Others have already built a raft to help them stay afloat in the torrent. All of them have stories worth telling. These are the people you will meet in The Smallest Room. These are the changemakers.

  • FinTalking is a podcast where three friends from the financial services industry join forces to look at financial services but through a very different lens.

  • The Refuse to Lose podcast is a space for professional athletes to tell powerful stories and share their deep passion about making a difference in society.

    Each episode not only aims to inspire but spark important conversations about big issues.

    Host Jake Duke is a sports reporter with Nine News and NRL on Nine. He and co-creator Rhys Duke are proud Indigenous men who have developed a strong social conscious about the world around them.

    They realise the ability sports people have to create change and plan to use this podcast to help.

  • Brisbane Lions 'unofficial' podcast - by the fans, for the fans. Review and preview of each week's matches; and chatting about all of the big Lions news.

  • Un podcast hecho por hinchas para hinchas del fútbol.

  • A Podcast that delivers rugby insights from passionate enthusiasts from the grassroots to the global game. Players, punters, professionals and partners providing uncensored opinions on how the sport of rugby can thrive again.

  • Based on the hugely popular RCH Kids Health Info fact sheets, the Kids Health Info podcast explores common topics and concerns with experts in children's health. Your hosts Margie Danchin, Lexi Frydenberg and Anthea Rhodes are all paediatricians and mums, so they know first-hand what keeps parents up at night. Every episode features guest experts in a range of child and adolescent health specialties, and lots of practical tips and advice. To view the Kids Health Info fact sheets visit: www.rch.org.au/kidsinfo/