Arts – Avustralya – Önerilen podcastler

  • Join builder, developer, entrepreneur and host of The Living Room, Barry Du Bois, on lifestyle podcast Hammer it Home. Barry will chat to interesting people from all walks of life (including a few friends from the telly) about modern living. Learn about design innovations, gadgets, sustainability and how to improve your home from the inside out.  

  • We’ve all had wardrobe malfunctions – moments when our clothes badly let us down. Susannah Constantine has had many. Like the time she was at a Windsor Castle supper when her dress straps snapped, releasing her breasts into the soup.

    Clothes and how they define us have fascinated Susannah for years – and were famously explored in her seminal 'What Not To Wear' TV series and bestselling books.

    Now, she returns to her first and true love in the ‘My Wardrobe Malfunction’ podcast in which she meets a dazzling array of well-known figures to discuss their relationship with clothes – as they reveal everything from their 'comfort blanket' to their 'burial suit' and, of course, their ultimate wardrobe malfunction...

    Submit your wardrobe malfunctions to Susannah @mywardmal

  • Are you addicted to all things home? Join the Home Beautiful team for The Daily Home Edit, a podcast about all things home. From easy styling hacks that will change your life, to amazing tips and tricks for living beautifully plus plenty of renovation and expert advice, The Daily Home Edit has everything you need.

  • Where Fashion News and Gossip Collide with Luke Meagher and Darnell Jamal

  • Welcome to Murder and Mayhem – the podcast where we explore the dark and mysterious side of writing. It’s a world filled with more evil and crime than you can shake a sharpened stick at – where people save the world from certain destruction, where spies, terrorists and thugs abound, and where the killer could be someone in your very own home. It's also a world often filled with flawed heroes and likeable villains. But above all, it’s a place where we explore the authors who tell these very stories – what makes them tick and how their words manage take us to some of the darkest corners of our imaginations...
    Find out more at MurderCourse.com

  • An eclectic collection of weekly conversations with inspiring humans who are willing to share their journey, experiences, challenges and hopes for the future. Skateboarders, surfers, alcoholics, permaculture gurus, authors, photographers, artists, health enthusiasts, Olympic athletes, educational leaders, activists...It’s gonna get weird. Recorded in the Bali jungle, episodes will drop every Sunday evening at 6pm (Indonesian standard time). Hosted by Terrible Happy himself.

  • Hearing Architecture, a podcast about architects, what they do, and why it's important. In this podcast, we'll be interviewing architects from around Australia who will tell us about the work they're doing to improve our cities and neighbourhoods.

  • Join Tash and Caitlin as they dive deep into addiction, mental heath and all the things that make you question "why am I like this?!"

  • Each week Sam Petersen finds the funniest / strangest online confessions to discuss with great guests.


    New episode every Sunday!


    This podcast is part of the Nearly Podcast Network


    www.nearly.com.au

  • You think you know the story…But do you really? Every other Saturday, Tales presents ancient fairy tales the way they were originally told: orally, and unadulterated. Tales is part of the Parcast Network and is a Cutler Media production.

  • As a modern quilter and founder of the Great British Quilter Challenge on Instagram, Sarah Ashford has spent the last 3 years galvanising and championing British quilters and the quilting industry. In this series, Sarah speaks to British quilt designers, fabric companies and shop owners, to share behind the scenes stories and to discuss what it means to be a part of the British quilting community today. Guests also share their top tips for quilting and social media, which we know you're going to love.

  • Rex Rivetter: Private Eye is a modern audio drama.

    The year is 1955. Tinsel town. The land of make-believe. It's a time of growth in American prosperity. Especially in Los Angeles. Here, dreams are bought and sold.

    But there's a seedier side to the City of Angels, the shadows where pimps and narcotics pushers live, where organized crime stands just around every corner with one hand out, and the other wrapped around a roscoe. It's a city full of fancy dames and slick cons, where bookies know the vig, so you better, too.

    Some folks call it noir or pulp fiction. But for a private eye named Rex Rivetter, it's home.

  • SCG Pod is a weekly deep dive into the latest news, events and interviews of those in the sporting and stadium world! Hosted by Tim Gilbert, SCG Pod will be released this October.

  • The monthly podcast celebrating reading, writing and creating literature. Join your host Ky Garvey as she chats with readers, writers, illustrators & all types of creators of books and stories. Be inspired to read, write, create, ignite!

  • Talking Words with Olivia O'Flynn is presented by Better Read Than Dead, and features interviews with an array of fascinating authors. From oral story-tellers, to memoir writers, from fictional autobiographies to reference writing, Talking Words is a haven for people who love storytelling. We dive into the importance of literature whilst celebrating its quirks along the way, getting elbow-deep in the exploration of reading, writing and everything that happens in between.They've been writing them, we've been reading them. Now, let's talk about them.

  • Welcome to the Truly Myrtle Podcast!

    Grab a cuppa and your latest wip and get cosy for some fabric & fibre stories with Libby Jonson

  • “One of the best ART broadcasts I've ever listened to.”
    These long form podcasts are like listening in on a really interesting conversation you might overhear in a pub or a coffee shop. Artist and writer, John Dalton is joined by outstanding artists as they discuss the nitty gritty of art making and living the creative life.
    Guests include, Vincent Desiderio, Teresa Oaxaca, Bo Bartlett, Natalia Fabia, Candice Bohannon and Julio Reyes, Cesar Santos, Jenny Morgan, Ali Cavanaugh, Alyssa Monks, David Cheifetz, Brad Kunkle, David Kassan, Ashley Longshore, Alpay Efe, Stephen Bauman, Adam Miller and Gregory Mortensen among others . . .
    For show notes and images go to http://www.johndalton.me

  • 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.

  • Interviews, conversations, discussions, events and more from the writers and staff of The New York Review of Books

  • Aspiring writer Kate Fennessy’s trying to write a novel, and New York Times bestselling author Helen Brown’s going to help her.

    Welcome to our podcast Novel Therapy, the first-time writer’s clinic.

    When we're not talking about cats, we'll discuss how hot to make a sex scene and if there's really such thing as writer's block.

    While Kate shares the latest trends in social media, Helen will explain why it's normal for an author to gain 10kg with every book she writes.

    We'll also chat about why Kate loves men's beards and Helen can't stand them. Who says Gen Ys and Baby Boomers can't get along?

    It's therapy. And it's novel. It's got to be good for you.