Australia – New podcasts

  • From a Westboro Baptist Church defector and an ex-Hasidic Jew to the world's first ever blogger and teenage class president who confessed to being a pedophile, BBC journalist Andrew Gold takes us away from our comfort zone and into the worlds of people on the edge. New episodes every Wednesday.


    It's been a top Editor Pick for Castbox and Stitcher, who also placed it in their 'What we're listening to'. Andrew has been making documentaries about bizarre, unusual and remarkable people around the world for a decade. He's done battle with an exorcist, taken on anti-abortionists and hunted for UFOs, all while living in six different countries and learning to speak five languages.


    In this podcast, he aims to get to the humanity of people living on the fringes, and introduce these people with diverse ways of looking at the world to the listener. It's not all deep and sad - he aims to get humour and fun out of these people, so the audience can also actually...be entertained! Follow him on twitter here @andrewgold_ok and check out his documentaries on his YouTube channel.


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  • A podcast by Heather Mann all about how to use the tools of human design and astrology in our everyday lives:
    using them as a map back to our own personal most natural way of living, creating, eating, relating, working and being in this world.

  • Join Actor and mental health advocate, Nick Bracks, as he explore's the mindset of people who have excelled in their given fields: from their beginnings, obstacles, and how they created a mindset for success. Real conversations, real people, real adviceโ€ฆ

  • Do you remember this incredible story? No Merger delves into the truth behind one of the AFL’s biggest and most controversial moments. Picture it. The entire Australian Football League was in a financial crisis, and was trying to broaden the game nationally. Two of the game’s iconic teams Melbourne and Hawthorn found themselves in discussions about merging. It came as a massive shock to the entire footy community, creating severe tension between the clubs and their fiercely loyal supporters. It was emotion versus business. What happened broke friendships and tarnished legacies forever. Hear the untold story of the failed merger from 1996. It captures the emotion and the backdoor dealings, leading into a historic vote night.

    Disclaimer: Podular Media makes no representations as to the accuracy of information stated by persons other than its own employees. Any opinions stated are those of the individuals alone and should not be interpreted as statements of fact.

  • What makes a hero? Join actress and story-teller Madeleine West as she speaks to extraordinarily ordinary Australians who are making the world a better place.

    Invisible Heroes shines a light on the people who are breaking down barriers, reimagining modern life, reclaiming identity, and helping the most vulnerable โ€“ all by thinking outside the box.

  • Drive with Georgie Gardner is a new podcast about women on their way.

    Each week, she will speak to accomplished and interesting women about their enviable careers, as well as how they manage to make time and space for themselves. From work and life advice, to travel and wellness tips, Georgie will find out what engages them, and where possible, pass on their shortcuts. 

    New episodes will be in your feed every Wednesday. 

    Join the discussion using hashtag #DrivePodcast, and don't forget to follow Future Women (on Instagram and Facebook) and Georgie (on Instagram and Twitter).

    This podcast is brought to you by Future Women and Uber Eats. The podcast is produced by Fancy Films

  • The Saturday Quiz is a weekly podcast from The Saturday Paper. Join actor John Leary as he solves the paper's long-running quiz, with new guests each week.

  • Carolina Barlow and Devin Leary are ready to guide you through the trials and tribulations of public and personal love stories. They have been there for each other’s best and worst romantic moments, that’s what best friends do! Both come deeply obsessed with relationship dramas and neuroses. As steadfast romantics, they want to hear and discuss everyone’s love stories: how they made it, how they did it, and in what positions.

  • I'm Noel Miller, I talk about Formula 1 and MMA sometimes.

  • Your teenage years? A tragedy. But that was long ago. In Roast of Your Teenage Self, host Alise Morales combines tragedy and time to get to the comedy of errors that was your -- and hers -- and everyoneโ€™s teenage years. Each episode, Alise and her guest break out some teenage talisman -- whether an old photo, a high school heirloom, or other knick knack associated with adolescent anguish -- and use that as a way in to roast the unique, but somehow universal, tribulations of being a teen.

  • Sh*tsNGigs is a weekly podcast featuring best friends James and Fuhad. They try to give their full, unfiltered opinion on anything that comes to mind. It can be raw, it might be offensive but its always hilarious!

  • Socially Democratic is a weekly centre-left politics and culture podcast hosted by Stephen Donnelly, founder of Dunn Street - a campaign agency bringing change by organising from the ground up. Each week Stephen and guests breakdown the issues shaping Australia and the rest of the world and the social democrats leading them.Follow on Instagram at @dunn.street, Facebook at @dunnstreetaustralia, Twitter at @Dunn_Street_ or website at dunnstreet.com.au

  • Me After You aims to answer the question "Who the hell am I, now that I'm a mum?". Host Laura Byrne walks us through the big post-motherhood moments with stories of wisdom, humour, breakdown, ambition, love, hope and rebirth from a truly diverse range of parents.

  • The history of the rise of Al-Andalus and the gradual re-conquering of Spain by the Spanish Christian kingdoms is an epic tale beginning in the year 712 and concluding with the fall of the Kingdom of Grenada in 1492. Join the History of the Crusades Podcast as we cover this lengthy piece of narrative history.

  • KBKast brings you interviews, discussions and presentations from global leaders across information security and emerging technology. We spend time, understanding what they do, and unpacking their thoughts on the constantly evolving technology and people elements in these industries, as they pertain to an executive audience.

  • Welcome to The Inspired Mind Podcast, a show that focusses on self-development, lifestyle, spirituality, and more! You can expect to hear episodes from me and special guests, discussing a particular topic of mine or the guest's field of interest or expertise. This is a non-judgemental platform discussing a range of topics with an open mind, with the goal that each conversation can provide you with, inspiration, perspective, knowledge, and help us all grow together. I can't wait to chat! xx

  • Wire Canaries are live, it's 11am on the 8th September 2070... A monthly amateur podcast in which two underground radio presenters, one frantic researcher, and one ex-cop struggle to uncover what's been hidden behind the dead-end investigations of eight missing people in the isolated city of Malingate.

  • Stories from the Cauldron is a magical, paranormal, and spooky storytelling podcast.

  • Rise up gamers and listen to me and my friends podcast

  • Charlie Chan was heard in several different series on three networks (the NBC Blue Network, Mutual, and ABC) between 1932 and 1948. Walter Connolly initially portrayed Chan on Esso Oil's Five Star Theater, which serialized adaptations of Biggers novels.