Overnights (ABC Local)
The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission...11/19/14
With so many to choose from how do we choose which charities to give to and how do we know where our money is going?
Famous Person: Henry Lawson - 19/11/2014
Why was Henry Lawson so special?
History of the Australian Coast Guard - 18/11/2014
How important is the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard?
Role of Grandparents - 17/11/2014
What is the role of Grandparents these days? Trevor Chappell speaks to Rosalie Pattenden, psychologist in private practice.
Charles Bean - 16/11/2014
On Remembrance Day, Overnights put the spotlight on Charles Bean for our 'famous person' segment.
Sustainable Fishing - 16/11/2014
Professor David Booth from the Centre for Environmental Sustainability in Sydney discusses Sustainable Fishing with Trevor Chappell.
Watching the Berlin Wall Come Down - 16/11/2014
One week ago, the world celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and Alistair Birch - Overnights' long-time Eurovision correspondent - was there.
Spot on the Map - Mannum, SA - 16/11/2014
Vickii Lett has lived in Mannum for 15 years and is the Executive Officer at the Mannum Museum. This weekend Mannum celebrates its All Steamed Up Festival, which centres around the town's pride - the Marion Paddle Steamer. This amazing boat was...
Rescuing Australian Wildlife - 15/11/2014
Have you ever rescued an animal that you found in distress?Vickii Lett, a WIRES volunteer since 1988 and the Koala Coordinator for the Hawkesbury region, talks us through the threats to Australian native animals - from pollution to barbed wire and...
Health and Fitness - Fitness Trends of 2015 - 15/11/2014
Professor of Physiology at the University of Melbourne Gordon Lynch predicts the fitness trends in the coming year.
Mysteries from History - Ancient Roman Gadgets - 15/11/2014
David Cunningham joins Mark to discuss ancient Roman gadgets you might not have realised existed a very, very long time ago.
Jethro Tull's Flautist Ian Anderson - 15/11/2014
Mark speaks with the flute-playing Jethro Tull frontman himself - Ian Anderson. Anderson reflects on his long career in music and how his inspirations have changed over the years.
DVD Review - Peaky Blinders and Calvary - 14/11/2014
Our weekly review of the latest DVD releases this week examines British period mob drama Peaky Blinders and the bleak film Calvary.
Mysteries from History - Unusual 19th Century Ships - 14/11/2014
David Cunningham joins Mark Sutton to discuss some of the most unusual ships of the 19th Century.
Spot on the Map - Millicent, SA - 09/11/2014
Genealogy addict and owner of 950 history books, Noel Boyle, joins Rod to talk about his home town of Millicent, South Australia.
National Toy Hall of Fame - 09/11/2014
Vice President for Collections at the Toy Hall of Fame in Rochester, New York, joins Rod to talk about what might be the most fun museum in the world. Previous inductees include the cardboard box, the ball and of course the stick.
In Conversation with The Church's Steve Kilbey - 09/11/2014
The Church's Steve Kilbey is our guest on this morning's music special.The ARIA Hall of Famer looks back at Canberra in the 1960s and '70s, and to a decade of heroin addiction.
IT Support - The Networked Home of the Future - 09/11/2014
In this episode of IT Support, Vanessa looks at the long-held dream of the home of the future.
60th Anniversary of the Royal Tour of Australia - 08/11/2014
This year is the 60th Anniversary of the tour, and Maurice Murphy who has made the documentary "When The Queen Came To Town" joins Rod to chat about that time in Australian history - and we take your calls about your memories of the tour in 1954.
Health and Fitness - Older Adults and Strength Training - 08/11/2014
Gordon Lynch, Professor of Physiology at the University of Melbourne discusses how older adults are missing out on strength training benefits.
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