Overnights (ABC Local)
Music Special - Jimmie Nicol, The Beatle that Vanished -...08/30/14
One of the greatest stories of Beatlemania was that of the man plucked from obscurity to stand in for Ringo Starr on the tour of Europe in 1964, and for two concerts in Adelaide on the Fab Four's Australian tour. Jim Berkenstadt tells the story of The...
The Golf Hall of Fame, Florida - 31/08/2014
Jack Peter, COO of the World Gof Hall of Fame in Florida, tells Rod all about the history this sport and exactly how it's preserved in the Hall of Fame.
Spot on the Map - Mount Magnet, WA - 31/08/2014
Rod chats with Karen Morrissey, author of "Attracted to Mount Magnet" a history of the town that is this week's Spot on the Map.
Health and Fitness - Exercise, Arteries and the Brain - 30/08/2014
Rod chats with Gordon Lynch about how exercise keeps arteries elastic, which in turn preserves brain health.
The Future of Golf - 30/08/2014
Rod talks with the Deputy Editor of Golf Australia Magazine about the future of golf, given that Australian clubs are under financial pressure and membership is in decline.
Womens Health Week with Dr Many Deeks - 30/08/2014
Rod chats with Dr Mandy Deeks from Jean Hailes about the issues women may overlook or avoid that compromise their health. A Womens Health Week Special.
The Self Help Book Phenomenon - 29/08/2014
The self help book industry is worth $12 billion a year in the United States alone, and is fast growing into the biggest genre of books worldwide. Rod chats to Professor of Communications Dr Norah Dunbar from the University of California Santa Barbara...
DVD Review - Twin Peaks Special Edition and The Raid 2 - 29/08/2014
Rod and Rob's weekly look at the latest DVD releases.
Spot on the Map - Kalbarri WA - 27/08/2014
This week Spot on the Map travels to WA - to the small town at the mouth of the Murchison known since 1951 as Kalbarri.
Health and Fitness - Running a little helps a lot - 27/08/2014
Gordon Lynch discusses how even five minutes of running a day helps you keep fit.
DVD Review - All Is Lost and Popeye - 27/08/2014
Rob Pemberton reviews the Robert Redford sea drama All is Lost and pays tribute to Robin Williams with a look back at the 1980 film Popeye.
Gaza - 27/08/2014
What is the background to the Gaza dispute and why is it escalating?
Australia's Immigration Policy - 27/08/2014
What is our immigration policy and what determines population movements?
Sir John Monash - 27/08/2014
With the focus on the Anniversary of the start of World War One this week Trevor Chappell looked at the life of one of Australia's great military commanders in the war.
Charity: Bicycle for Humanity - 27/08/2014
Think before you throw away that old bike they can be used for charity in places such as Africa.
Count Dracula - 27/08/2014
Count Dracula is the most famous of all vampire stories.
Surrogacy - 27/08/2014
The Baby Gammy case has focused attention on surrogacy - what are the regulations both here and overseas and to what extent do they need revision?
Chronic Pain Management - 27/08/2014
Do you suffer from chronic pain?
The Eighties - 27/08/2014
Why is there so much nostalgia about the 1980s in Australia these days?
The History of Universities in Australia - 27/08/2014
What is the history of Australia's Universities?
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