Australia – New podcasts

  • BOTTEGA PODCAST

    BOTTEGA PODCAST

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    The Bottega podcast is hosted by drummer / engineer / producer duo Simon Kobler & Grant Konemann. Often interviewing other prolific characters in different fields, they discuss life, the journey so far, and how music has a funny way of sneaking into the best and the worst of it.

  • Feminine as F*ck

    Feminine as F*ck

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    Monica Yates is a ICF Women's Life & Period Coach. Her no BS approach is loved by her Instagram fam and clients.

    In these episodes, Monica will be talking about all things periods, the female cycle, vaginas, hormones, confidence, health, food, fitness, our brains, boys and all the stuff that no one seems to talk about, but everyone is thinking.

    Monica is real, down to heart and fu*king honest with her approach.

    Grab the popcorn, and enjoy!
    You can find Monica...
    @monicayateshealth
    YouTube: Monica Yates
    monicayates.com.au
    *This podcast is not designed to diagnose, treat or prevent disea

  • Scamming The Scammer

    Scamming The Scammer

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    They were looking for love online. But instead, these women found only deceit and heartbreak. Hear from real life victims as they relive their experiences being ‘love scammed’, and the methods these conmen used to lure them in. Kate Langbroek takes us from tears to laughter as she follows these women’s stories and then finally gets the best revenge, as Kate scams the scammer.

  • DarrenDaily On-Demand

    DarrenDaily On-Demand

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    Every hero needs a mentor, a guide. To provide insight, advice, training or even (what seems like magical) proven tools to help you succeed on your journey, every day.

    DarrenDaily On-Demand, hosted by Darren Hardy, is designed to act as a companion to the DarrenDaily morning mentoring sessions. A way to re-visit, be reminded and to turn ideas into practice and practice, ultimately, into success mastery.

    DarrenDaily, and now DarrenDaily On-Demand, is a global movement of over 350,000 unusually driven high-achievers who are committed to Better Every Day.

    Each week we publish 5 new episodes for you to gain the success advantage you seek. Helping you become the hero you were meant to be... for your family, your team and your community. Welcome to DarrenDaily On-Demand.

  • Mr Stoj

    Mr Stoj

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    Welcome to my party....a gathering of souls, a meeting of minds, a collective of soaring spirits. For lovers of funky basslines, melodic hooks and creamy vocals

    Weekly Residencies:

    Gossip @ Love Machine: Every Sunday.


    Melbourne based DJ Mr Stoj began his musical career in 2002 whilst living abroad in London. He saved the money to buy a new set of turntables and mixer and that was the start of a life long dream.

    Soon after returning to Melbourne he created and formed the dance party Mecca @ The Public Office. The party which eventually spanned a successful three years, went on to showcase some of best the house music available at the time.

    Since the hedonistic days of Mecca, Mr Stoj has made his mark by playing what he knows best, Uplifting pumping house. From rolling baselines to brilliant piano synths with amazing vocals the choices he makes to move the floor have earned him a reputation as a mover and shaker. A crowd pleaser who blends his mixes in a way that keeps the energy constantly flowing. This sound and style is what earned him a residency at Love Machine.

    Since then, Stoj has risen to prominence, becoming a permanent DJ resident over two nights at the upmarket 'Spice Market' in the CBD, and the Market Hotel in South Yarra as well as playing at other large events such as Sensation New Years Eve 2010, Shiver, Rawhide, Hedonistic, Purr, Betterdays, Liveoneday, LoveGaze (Sydney).

    After years of spinning tunes to the people it was inevitable that the next step was to radio where he presented a weekly Friday night dance music show on JOY94.9 appropriately titled 'House Arrest' for over two years. The program showcased cutting edge uplifting vocal club tracks and classic anthems tailor made to take your hand and lead you into the weekend.

    Mr Stoj has developed a following that is diverse, large, loyal, and consisting of people who not only know good music when they hear it, but how music should be played to sound seriously good.


    Become a Facebook fan of 'Mr Stoj' to be kept up to date regarding gigs and goss

  • The Talk In Parradise

    The Talk In Parradise

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    The Talk In Parradise gives you an insight into a person that is a Parramatta Eels player. They've lived rugby league for many years and cover topics about their career to date, teammates and more.

  • Make Some Noise

    Make Some Noise

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    Make Some Noise is not a mental health podcast. It’s also not an art podcast. Make Some Noise is not a prescription for happiness. Make Some Noise is conversations about prioritising creative expression as a tool for self actualisation.

    Creative expression is an important part of staying connected to yourself and expressing your emotions in healthy ways. In times gone by creativity was an integral part of community life: we sang, we danced and we created (weaving baskets, creating costumes, etc) and these days it’s an after thought. Something we do if and when we finish everything else on our to-do lists.

    Karly Nimmo is setting out to change that. She wants to bring what is seen as ‘frivolous’ and ‘indulgent’ to the forefront. Make it a priority. In Make Some Noise Karly explores whether there are legit links between how we live today and the epidemic levels of mental health issues we are currently experiencing.

    Join us for conversations with professionals in the mental health space; psychologists, psychotherapists, art and music therapists. Plus stories of real life stories of how self expression can play an important role in improving mental wellbeing.

  • Create & Destroy : with Jordan Gian

    Create & Destroy : with Jordan Gian

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    Conversations with creatives about life, business and oddities. Hosted by Jordan Gian, Creative Director of Roshambo Studios and Entrepreneur in Residence at Victoria University.

  • Space Junk Podcast

    Space Junk Podcast

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    I study international cooperation, space law, and science in extreme locations, particularly Antarctica and Outer Space, at Sydney University's School of History and Philosophy of Science. In this podcast I talk about space with people who know their stuff.

  • Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

    Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

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    HOTBOXIN’ WITH MIKE TYSON is Mike Tyson’s podcast about his life as a cannabis entrepreneur. His co-host is cannabis advocate and former NFL-player Eben Britton. Mike and Eben will invite Mike’s old friends as well as fellow entrepreneurs in the booming wellness industry to “hotbox” at the Tyson Ranch podcast studio in El Segundo.

  • Violent Times

    Violent Times

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    In our society, violence seems to simultaneously feel necessary, disgusting and fascinating—depending on who is perpetrating it. As an outlaw biker, psychology graduate and the son of Afghan refugees, Mahmood Fazal is interested in the psychology behind violence. In Violent Times, Mahmood seeks to deconstruct our relationship to violence, be it criminal, romanticised or state sanctioned.

  • Murder Archives

    Murder Archives

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    We’ve started this podcast to create a dialogue with you, that may help solve a 1929 murder in Toorak.

    If you want to know more, or help in the amateur sleuthing, we’ve uploaded documents and images to our website www.murderarchives.com.au to complement the podcast.

    About the case.

    On 9 September 1929, Norma McLeod, an unmarried 29-year-old teacher was found unconscious in her parent’s home in the prestigious suburb of Toorak.

    A pair of men’s underpants lay across her forehead. By 5pm that day she was dead.

    An autopsy revealed a seven-inch crack in the back of her skull caused by violent trauma from a blunt object.

    The case attracted huge press and public attention; accusations were plentiful, but an inquest returned an open verdict.

    Almost 90 years after this mysterious death, an extensive three-year investigation involving a re-examination of the police files, combined with an in-depth look at Norma’s family, raises questions about the rigour of the original investigation.

    With the aid of the victim’s descendants and a group of renowned experts we’ve discovered long-held secrets, connections in high places and people who weren’t who they seemed to be.

    Experts who provide input: forensic pathologist, Byron Collins; ex-homicide detective, Charlie Bezzina; criminal barrister, Alan Hands; psycho-physiologist, Elizabeth Martin; forensic psychologist, Dr Karen Scally and graphologist, Andrea Scarfe

    Some of Norma’s descendants, who are also actors, ‘voice’ various parts throughout the podcast.

  • MEAT: The Ultimate Podcast

    MEAT: The Ultimate Podcast

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    Conscious consumption requires one key ingredient: knowledge. MEAT: The Ultimate Podcast by Vic’s Meat will take you under the fence of the world of meat; through the eyes of those who grow it, those who cut it, those who cook it, and even those who are against it. We dive deeply into topics such as health, history, science, innovation, environment and sustainability, all with a meat-bent. If you want to think wisely about meat and make informed choices, MEAT: The Ultimate Podcast is for you.

  • The Six Disappearances of Ella McCray

    The Six Disappearances of Ella McCray

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    On March 20th, 2014, Ella McCray disappeared.
    There were six witnesses to her disappearance.
    Six conflicting accounts of what happened to her.
    Who is lying? Who is telling the truth? And what really happened to Ella?
    You can support the show by visiting https://www.patreon.com/sixdisappearancespod or by subscribing and leaving a review at your favorite podcatcher.
    Find out more at https://www.sixdisappearancespodcast.com/
    This show is written by Jamie Killen. Sound design and original music by Jon Erik DeGuzman and Dog and Pony Studios.

  • We Are Libertarians

    We Are Libertarians

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    We Are Libertarians helps you sound smarter while talking to your friends. Our goal is to help you understand national and local government as well as politics and policies from an independent point of view. We examine current events from a libertarian perspective while treating modern politics with all of the irreverence it deserves. We toss out the screaming heads, put people before political parties, and give context to the news to make you think. Our host is Chris Spangle, a fifteen year veteran of politics and media. He leads a discussion amongst friends and high-profile guests that span the libertarian spectrum of thought. Founded in 2012, the main podcast posts on Wednesdays with a shorter daily episode the other days.
    Read The Ten Principles of We Are Libertarians: https://wearelibertarians.com/about-us/

  • The Bloke Cast

    The Bloke Cast

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    Welcome to The Bloke Cast where we celebrate men's health and each week we bring you an inspirational guest or message to help inspire you to living a holistically healthy lifestyle!

  • Everyday Motherhood

    Everyday Motherhood

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    Welcome to the brand new podcast from Christy Thomas of www.play4lifemoms.com Grab your pile of laundry and listen for coaching on how to care for yourself while mothering and walk away with a play idea to connect with your kids.

    New episodes every Friday!

  • Middle Grade Mavens

    Middle Grade Mavens

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    Welcome to Middle Grade Mavens, where two Australian author mums discuss their favourite middle-grade books, provide recommendations and share insider industry tips for authors trying their hand at middle grade.
    Julie Anne Grasso is the author of the Frankie Dupont Mystery series, cupcake enthusiast and part-time children’s literacy wrangler.
    Pamela Ueckerman is a writer, web designer and volunteer librarian who sometimes finds time for sleep.
    Both Julie and Pamela devour middle-grade books not only for research but also to share with their combined brood of four munchkins.