Spot on the Map - Elliston, SA - 14/09/201409/13/14
Debbie May first visited Elliston in South Australia in 1981. She didn't move there until 1988 but has lived there ever since. She and her husband run a crop and merino farm and she speaks with Rod about her beloved home town.
Health and Fitness - Activity Helps Protect Against Heart Failure -...
Rod's weekly chat with Gordon Lynch, Professor of Physiology at the University of Melbourne.
Musicians and Their Books - 13/09/2014
PhD-in-waiting Mark Sutton joins Rod in the studio to chat to our listeners about some of the autobiographies written by well-known musicians that we love and loathe.
Wearable Tech with David Glance - 13/09/2014
Apple's launch this week of its first smart watch is making a splash despite it being quite to the e-watch party. David Glance, the Director at the Centre for Software Practice at the University of Western Australia, speaks with Rod about the latest...
Urban Cringe - The Rise of the High Rise in our Suburbs - 12/09/2014
Professor Billie Giles-Corti from the University of Melbourne joins Rod for a discussion about urban sprawl fusing with the boom in high rise apartment living - high density housing that now dominates our fringe suburbs, not just city centres....
DVD Review - Enemy and Body Double - 12/09/2014
Rod's weekly discussion with Rob Pemberton about the latest DVD releases.
Spot on the Map - Cummins, SA - 07/09/2014
The small town of Cummins lies in the Lower Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. With a population of 700, the town is 110 years old.Wendy Homan is a former teacher who has been devoted to her town for many years. In 2001 she was named South Australian...
Celebrity Photo Hacking and iCloud - What Happened? - 06/09/2014
What have we learnt from the celebrity nude photo scandal this week? Security flaws in Apple's iCloud service? The world's appetite for famous peoples' private lives? The internet's hidden communities of organised hacking and trading on these photos...
The Bob Dylan Tour with Mark Sutton - 06/09/2014
Mark Sutton, Bob Dylan fan, is attending every one of his Australian concerts on his current tour. Rod catches up with him about how the tour is progressing, having seen a total of 8 shows so far.
Health and Fitness - Is there a best time to work out? - 06/09/2014
Rod's weekly chat with Gordon Lynch discussing how you can improve your health and fitness.
Drugs in Australian Sport - What has ASADA done? - 05/09/2014
Former head of ASADA, Richard Ings, joins Rod more than a year after what he called "the blackest day" of Australian sport to discuss how much progress has been made since the depth and seriousness of Australian sports doping was revealed. Have the...
DVD Review - The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Noah - 05/09/2014
Rod and Rob's weekly chat about the latest DVD releases.
'TV Freak' on TV Islands! - 04/09/2014
Trevor Chappell was joined by Overnights TV Freak Scott Goodings to discuss TV shows that are set on islands.
Threats to National Security? - 04/09/2014
What is the situation with Australian's defence and security?
'TV Freak': Shows that tackle Social Issues - 04/09/2014
Trevor Chappell was joined by Overnights TV Freak Scott Goodings to discuss TV shows that tackle social issues (or think they do!)
Soloists and Concertos - 04/09/2014
In Trevor's regular Classical Music segment he and Overnights Maestro Scott Speck discussed those musical works with a large solo part.
Barbra Streisand - 04/09/2014
Barbra Streisand is one of the biggest selling music artists of all time.
The Australian Horse: the Waler - 04/09/2014
The Walers are a breed of horse that have been very much part of our history .
Differing Accents - 04/09/2014
How do accents develop?
Overnights Book Club: 'Eyrie' - 04/09/2014
This month on the Overnights Book Club Trevor Chappell and Toni Johnson-Woods from the School of English at the University of Queensland discussed Tim Winton's latest book 'Eyrie'.
- Sydney, NSW