Franz Stampfl, Athletics Coach. - 22/08/201408/22/14
Franz Stampfl was the coach behind Roger Bannister's Four Minute Mile. His was a fascinating history spread between Austria, UK and Australia. He inspired a generation of Australian athletes.
Anzac Girls - 21/08/2014
'Anzac Girls' - the stories of our World War One Nurses.
All About Madison Stewart - AKA Shark Girl - 17/08/2014
Born and raised on the coast of Australia, Madison Stewart, also known as Shark Girl, films sharks up close and talks here to Rod about why they are a critical part of our oceans' ecosystems and why fishing and culling them is dangerous.
Rolf de Heer Talks Charlie's Country - 16/08/2014
Rod chats to Australian filmmaker Rolf de Heer about his latest film triumph, Charlie's Country.
Health and Fitness - How to improve your fitness workout - 16/08/2014
Rod's weekly chat with Gordon Lynch helping you improve your health, fitness and wellbeing.
DVD Review - 300 Rise of an Empire and The Lego Movie - 15/08/2014
Our weekly chat with Rob Pemberton about the latest DVD releases.
Dementia - What lies ahead? - 15/08/2014
The Queensland Brain Institute has just received a federal grant of $9 million for dementia research - hopefully to find a cure. Dr Chris Hatherly from Alzheimers Australia answers all our questions about the latest in dementia research - where have...
Archibald Prize - The Audio Tour - 10/08/2014
Feature Podcast - Rod Quinn tours this year's Archibald Prize exhibition with the Head of Public Programs at the Art Gallery of NSW, Shona White. There's no audio tour available at the gallery, so download the podcast to your phone and listen as you...
Quadrophenia with Simon Wells - 10/08/2014
Quadrophenia was a 1973 concept album by The Who, with a story based on the Mods and Rockers riots in British beachside towns in the mid 1960s. The album was made into a film in 1979... and now, author Simon Wells tells the story of the violence, the...
Spot on the Map - Leonora, WA - 10/08/2014
Our weekly look at a small Australian town.
Euthanasia - the Ethics and Stakeholders - 09/08/2014
Professor Thomas Faunce Professor Faunce holds a joint position in the ANU Medical School and College of Law, and helps us isolate the ethical, legal and social concerns euthanasia raises as well as explaining the state of the law in Australia and...
Health and Fitness - The Importance of Zinc - 09/08/2014
Our weekly chat with Gordon Lynch explores the uses for zinc.
Phoebe Panaretos after her Strictly Ballroom debut - 09/08/2014
Following on from their chat a few months ago in the lead-up to Baz Luhrmann's stage production of Strictly Ballroom, Rod catches up with Phoebe Panaretos, who plays Fran in the hit musical, about how life has changed.
Who is Actually Dating Online? - 08/08/2014
Social columnist and '70s icon Bettina Arndt joins Rod in the studio to deconstruct the mammoth world of online dating.Exactly who is using it and why might surprise you. Bettina has, in recent months, been coaching people needing help with their...
DVD Review - 3 Days to Kill and Non-Stop - 08/08/2014
Rod chats to Rob Pemberton about the latest DVD releases.
The Anne Frank Museum - 03/08/2014
Rod Quinn chats to the Anne Frank Museum's Head of Collections, Theresien da Silva, in Amsterdam about why the symbol of Anne Frank continues to be so significant and what the museum has to offer.
Talking With Bert Newton - 27/07/2014
Rod chats to one of Australia's best loved TV personalities, Bert Newton, about the early days of his career.
Spot on the Map - Coolgardie WA - 27/07/2014
Rod this week explores the history of WA town Coolgardie.
The Beatles - 50 Years of With the Beatles - 27/07/2014
On the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles' second album, With the Beatles, Rod Quinn spoke to Beatle author Jude Southerland Kessler about the songs on the record and the impact the music had on pop culture.
Ramadan - The Practicalities of Fasting - 26/07/2014
Ramadan, the ninth month of the Muslim calendar - ends this Sunday 27 July. Amal Awad chats to some locals about the realities and quirks of fasting - such as working full time, studying and catching the train home when fasting ends.
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