Spot on the Map - Robinvale, Victoria - 14/12/201412/13/14
This week's Spot on the Map is the lovely town of Robinvale - sitting on the banks of the Murray River in Victoria.Secretary of the Euston-Robinvale Historical Society, Bev Harbinson, joins us to share the town's history, including its being explored...
The Beatles Special Part 4 - 50 Years of Beatles For Sale - 14/12/2014
50 Years of Beatles For Sale - Part Four in our Beatles album series, and John Lennon biographer Jude Southerland-Kessler joins Rod to discuss the Fab Four's fourth album.
9-11 Museum in New York City - 14/12/2014
Anthony Guido from the 9-11 Museum in New York City joins us to talk about this beautiful memorial and museum commemorating the tragic loss of life that occurred on 11 September 2001, and examines the event's ongoing significance in the world today.
History of Shoes - 13/12/2014
How many pairs of shoes do you have? What is your favourite pair of shoes? We explore the fascinating, creative and of course the functional history of footwear.Jonathan Walford is the Co-founder and Curator of the Fashion History Museum in Cambridge,...
Health and Fitness - Planks - 13/12/2014
Dr Gordon Lynch, Professor of Physiology at the University of Melbourne gives his tips for how planks can build a strong core body strength.
DVD Review - The Code, Fargo and The Mule - 12/12/2014
DVD reviewer Rob Pemberton takes a look at The Code, Fargo, and the Australian film The Mule.
Step Back Think: One Punch Violence - 11/12/2014
Do people relise it only takes one punch?
Christmas Music with Scott Speck - 11/12/2014
What are some of your favourite Christmas classicals?
famous Person: Jane Austen - 10/12/2014
Are you a fan of Jane Austen?
Australian History of Cyclones - 09/12/2014
Do you remember Cyclone Tracy? What about Cyclone Mahina?
Scott Goodings, TV freak, with TV Nicknames - 08/12/2014
What were some of your favourite TV character nicknames?
Fracking and the Environment - 08/12/2014
How much does the practice of fracking impact upon the environment?
Spot on the Map - Rainbow, Vic - 07/12/2014
Peter Ralph is a former school teacher and long-time resident of Rainbow in Victoria.Rod chats to him about his historic home town - and what makes it special.
Bletchley Park - 07/12/2014
Bletchley Park was the site of Britain's code breaking geniuses during World War II. In breaking the Enigma Code they saved millions of lives and probably shortened the war by at least two years.
Health and Fitness - Less is More - 06/12/2014
Gordon Lynch, Professor of Physiology at the University of Melbourne, explores the concept that sometimes with exercise, less is more.
The Year That Was - Federal Politics - 06/12/2014
As Parliament wraps up at the end of 2014, Rob Harris - National Affairs Correspondent with 'The Weekly Times' - joins Rod to examine how Australia is faring.Reporter Karl Stefanovic has said to Prime Minister Abbott 'Nobody's buying what your...
The World According to Samantha Armytage - 06/12/2014
Samantha Armytage is Australia's sweetheart as host of "Sunrise" and here Rod interviews her about her new advice book "Shine".
Whooping Cough Today - 05/12/2014
There are numerous reports emerging in Australia about limited outbreaks of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, and that the numbers of those infected might be increasing.How much do we actually know about this disease? Are our vaccinations up to...
DVD Review - Locke and The Trip to Italy - 05/12/2014
Rob Pemberton on the drama "Locke" and the comedy, food and travel TV series "The Trip to Italy"
Creating Music Cultures in Schools - 04/12/2014
How important is music within schools?
- Sydney, NSW