Overnights (ABC Local)
Matthew Flinders - 27/01/201501/26/15
Matthew Flinders was the first person to circumnavigate Australia
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Jobs - 25/01/2015
Is your job going to be around in 10 years or 25 years?What is the future for low, medium and high-skilled jobs for Australians?
Adam Duritz and the Counting Crows - 24/01/2015
Adam Duritz of the Counting Crows chats to Mark about his career in music in anticipation of the band's upcoming Australian tour.
Blindness and Technology - 24/01/2015
What can today's technology offer blind people?
Health and Fitness - Avocados - 24/01/2015
Gordon Lynch, Professor of Physiology at the University of Melbourne, tells us how eating heart healthy avocados may help combat bad cholesterol.
Mysteries from History - Bizarre Fashion Trends - 24/01/2015
Comedian and history buff David Cunningham takes us through history's strangest fashion trends and fads.
Mysteries from History - Demonstrating Power - 23/01/2015
History nut and comedian David Cunningham explores the different ways power was demonstrated throughout time.
How Absolute is our Freedom of Speech? - 23/01/2015
How important is freedom of speech to you? Is it more important than protecting people from vilification and discrimination, or equally important?
DVD Review - Girls and Looking - 23/01/2015
Film critic Matt Roden reviews the latest DVD releases with Mark. This week it's two HBO shows - Girls and Looking.
Aid Work in Thailand - 22/01/2015
Rosalind Muller joins Tony Arthur on Summer Overnights to share her experiences of working in aid and development in Thailand.
Hotels - 21/01/2015
Do you love staying in hotels? Do you hate it? Tony Arthur spoke to US travel editor Robert Firpo-Cappiello from BudgetTravel.com about the best and worst hotels out there, how to book a budget holiday and the latest trends in the hotel industry.
Illiteracy in Australia - 21/01/2015
Most of us take for granted that we can read signs, books and newspapers, write letters and emails and use basic maths in our everyday life.But for people who aren't able to learn these skills properly early in life, getting by in the modern world can...
The Importance of Science Centres - 21/01/2015
Have you ever taken your kids to a science centre? It's a great idea for a fun day out and the interactive exhibits can be really educational for little and big people alike. Appropriately, there is research to back this up. The International Science...
The Life Of An Inventor - 20/01/2015
How difficult is it to be a successful inventor?
How To Improve Your Memory - 20/01/2015
Do you find it hard to remember the simplest things?
Cults - 20/01/2015
Why can cults be so dangerous?
All About Wind - 18/01/2015
What exactly is wind, scientifically speaking?What role has it played in the building of our civilisation and how do seasonal and regional winds affect everything from jet planes to agriculture to human behaviour?
Health and Fitness - Belly Fat and Combination Training - 17/01/2015
This week Gordon Lynch, Professor of Physiology at the University of Melbourne examines why combination exercise training is key to beating belly fat and why this kind of weight is so dangerous.
The Keepsakes of World War I - 17/01/2015
War isn't just about bullets, bombs, battles and making history.Wars are fought by people who write letters home to their families, take mementos from the enemy's fallen, take pictures and collect stamps.
Secret Sydney - 17/01/2015
How well do we really know our own suburbs? How long is it since you last went wandering around your nearby streets, checking out abandoned buildings and every nook and cranny in and out of sight.
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