Indonesian punk: PUNK'S NOT DEAD!11/29/14
Come on a wild ride around the highly politicised, thriving punk movements of Indonesia where music, art and survival come together to the sounds of street kids playing punk ukuleles.
Chook in memoriam
A famous resident of Adelaide zoo, a lyrebird who could mimick sirens, cars, chainsaws and frogs.
The long way home
Ien Ang’s life story has crossed Indonesia, The Netherlands and Australia. It's a journey full of warm relationships and a quest for knowledge.
Looking for Bannockburn
What remains of the idea of nation after history and memory are casually erased? Gary Bryson revisits Scotland for the referendum on Independence.
The stranger just stared at me, he wasn't breathing.
Flights of Fancy
We forget how remarkable it is that we can fly from one side of the globe to the other.
Pocketdocs 2014 winners
The winning stories in audio and text about meeting a stranger
When Sophie Townsend’s husband Russell was diagnosed with lung cancer, she became the family spokesperson, a task she found endless, difficult and confronting.
Norway's high school month-long graduation celebration is like schoolies on steroids.
A little secret to keep Dad and the bank manager happy.
How smartphones have changed the way we live together in cities.
In a tiny village in Italy a family make an agonising decision at the end of the Second World War.
The Kurds, Islamic State and the new Iraq War
Is the current confict in Iraq as much about oil as it is about terrorism?
Will Kate survive Kate?
Why is a 29 year old woman trying to starve herself to death? Follow Kate and her family in and out of hospital as they grapple with her Anorexia Nervosa.
But like a refugee
Exploring the frontiers of the human heart, beyond the settled edges of our comfort zones, But Like a Refugee invites you on a journey of understanding.
The Ariadne Project
When a long term relationship disintegrates, the former partners lose not just a lifelong friend, a home, or the kids but much more.
I have been to Maidan today
What does it take to bring down a government? Meet the Ukrainian protesters who withstood freezing temperatures and police violence to occupy the main square in Kiev for months.
In Part Two of The Radio Hour, famed for his clever way with words, John Safran discovers words won't always get him out of a sticky situation.
The Valentich mystery
The event that put Bass Strait on the world map of major UFO folklore
"Hardings Supermarket, hello"
Live in front of an audience at the Melbourne Writers Festival Zimbabwean writer NoViolet Bulawayo remembers her first job in the USA, when English words sat like speedhumps in her mouth.
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