Overnights (ABC Local)
20th World AIDS Conference - 23/07/201407/23/14
Mark Boyd is an Associate Professor of Medicine, research fellow and an active HIV and Infectious Diseases physician working in community practice. He chats to us about HIV-AIDS and how things stand for prevention and treatment today.
Spot on the Map - Laverton, WA - 23/07/2014
Our weekly look at a small Australian town.
Robin Hood - The Myth and Legend - 23/07/2014
Rod Quinn chats to Robin Hood expert Professor Stephen Knight about the history and the myths of this legendary character we've all known since childhood.
DVD Review - Labor Day and Blue is the Warmest Colour - 23/07/2014
Rod chats to Rob Pemberton about the latest DVD releases.
Health and Fitness - Taking regular fit breaks while working -...
Our regular chat with Gordon Lynch this weeks examines how exercise in small doses throughout your working day can offset the harmful effects of sitting.
The Future of the Commonwealth Games - 18/07/2014
Rod Quinn talks with Professor David Legg to talk about the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and whether if not the Games still have any relevance in todays world. Do the Commonwealth Games have a future?
Charity: Habitat for Humanity - 17/07/2014
Trevor talks with CEO of Habitat for Humanity Australia Martin Thomas about his charity and their inspiring work.
Bullying - 17/07/2014
Trevor was joined by Overnights Psychologist Rosalie Pattenden to look at bullying, in particular the effect it has on people.
Book Club: To Kill a Mockingbird - 17/07/2014
Trevor discusses the literary classic "To Kill a Mockingbird" arguably one of the most influencial novels of the last centuary, with Dr Toni Johnson-Woods.
Homophobia in Sport - 17/07/2014
Trevor discusses Homophobia in Sport with Anne Brown, Campaign spokesperson for Say No to Homophobia and how entrenched it is in our society.
Pro Hart - 17/07/2014
Trevor brings in Art Historian Gavin Fry to discuss the life of famous Australian artist Pro Hart and his impact on the Australian arts industry.
Menzies and the War Years - 17/07/2014
Overnights brings in Anne Henderson author of "Menzies at War" to talk about Robert Menzies and how he reinvented himself during his 2 years between terms.
The Beatles - 50 Years of Please Please Me - 13/07/2014
On the 50th anniversary fo the release of The Beatles' first album, Please Please Me, Rod Quinn spoke to Beatle author Jude Southerland Kessler about the songs on the record and the impact the music had on pop culture.
The Mob Museum - 13/07/2014
The Mob Museum charts the history of organised crime in America. Opening in 2012, it explores law enforcement heroes and notorious mobsters in equal measure - and can be found in downtown Sin City itself, Las Vegas.
Spot on the Map - Nhulunbuy - 13/07/2014
Our weekly journey to a small town in Australia. This episode travels to the rather sizeable Nhulunbuy in North-East Arnhem Land, NT. The future of this mining town, surrounded by many remote Indigenous communities, is in jeopardy now that one of the...
Health and Fitness - Injection Treatments for Hamstring Injuries -...
Our weekly chat with Gordon Lynch examines how injection treatments for muscle injuries in the hamstring are of no help.
TV Freak on Copycat TV Programs - 11/07/2014
Trevor and Overnights TV Freak Scott Goodings to talk about 'Copycat' TV shows such as Bewitched v I Dream of Genie.
Indonesian Elections - 11/07/2014
Rod talks with Research Professor for the Study of Indonesia at Monash University Greg Barton about the Indonesian Elections.
Election - The Indonesian Presidency - 11/07/2014
Professor Greg Barton from Monash University discusses the outcome of the recent Indonesian presidential election with Rod Quinn. How will it impact Indonesia - and Australia?
DVD Review - Tracks and Wolf Creek 2 - 11/07/2014
Our weekly chat with Rob Pemberton about the latest DVD releases
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