There is a gap between Australian words and actions when...07/17/14
Australien er stadig bagefter Danmark, når det kommer til at give rettigheder til homoseksuelle. Robert Sørensen, fra RMIT Universitets Pride Mentoring program, forklarer her om, hvordan det som bøsse er blevet lettere at gå ned ad gaden i australske...
Charity race was a cold pleasure
Bjarne Kragh og hans hold af motionscyklister fra Canberra fik sig noget af et chok, da de skulle køre Team Rynkeby-velgørenhedsløbet. For Europa var koldt, vådt og blæsende, og de australske deltagere var ikke klar til den lunefulde europæiske...
It is impossible to predict whether Australia has a housing bubble
Økonomiprofessor ved Monash Universitet, Jakob Madsen, forklarer, hvordan de australske huspriser har stor indflydelse på den australske økonomi. Det sker på baggrund af nye tal, der viser, at det koster det samme at eje eller leje en bolig.Professor...
Danish World Cup coverage could have been from anywhere
Sportsredaktør på Frederiksborg Amts Avis, René Larsen, fortæller i dette interview om, hvordan fodbold-VM er blevet dækket af danske medier. Både TVs og større dagblades satsning på fodboldkoryfæers betragtninger såvel som mindre avisers, som hans...
Mr. World is Danish and from Australia
What is it like to be the world´s most desirable man? Nicklas Pedersen, a 23 year old Danish carpenter from Melbourne, knows. Recently he was crowned Mr. World and can officially look in the mirror every morning at the most attractive man in the...
Humans a genetically programed to crave sweet foods
Even though most people know that too many sweets are not good for you, they can not stop eating them. Why? This feature explores this and the origin of Australian desserts.(Selv om de fleste mennesker ved, at alt for mange søde sager ikke er godt for...
Danish contestant impresses on The Voice
Social media comments, Will.I.Am, Danish language and music, reality TV-shows, and a deceased pet snake. SBS´ interview with The Voice contestant, Anja Nissen, covered most areas.(Kommentarer på sociale medier, Will.I.Am, dansk sprog og musik,...
Scandimania taking over Australian cinemas
Director of the Scandinavian Film Festival, Genevieve Kelly, explains why a festival of Scandinavian films is relevant to Australians. Four Danish movies are part of the festival: Flow, Someone You Love, The Hour of the Lynx, and The Keeper of...(Den...
The trumpet player´s triumph
Mads Sørensen has in Australia discovered that a future as a teacher of trumpet can be the thing for him. First, however, he has to finish his stay at Melbourne Conservatorium of Music with a tour to Denmark and Germany.(Mads Sørensen har i Australien...
House prices rising rapidly in Denmark and Australia
House prices are on a rapid rise, but are both the Danish and Australian housing markets heading for a bust?(Huspriserne stiger hurtigt, men er både det danske og det australske boligmarked ved at nå et bristepunkt?)
Denmark gains World heritage listing while Australia can not get rid of...
Vadehavet og Stevns Klint have been added to UNESCO's World Heritage List, which was done without domestic opposition. Things are different in Australia, where the coalition government has struggled to remove large areas of forest from UNESCO's...
Danish world stars play in Sydney
Badminton World Championships are this year played Denmark and a number of the country's best players are preparing right now at the tournament Australian Open in Sydney. Listen to interview with Chistinna Pedersen, Kamilla Rytter Juhl and Viktor...
Midsummer celebrations in Melbourne
Report from Midsummer celebrations in Melbourne´s Swedish Church. Listen to people talk about why they think it is important to keep the Midsummer traditions alive, and how attractive hot dogs are.(Reportage fra Sankt Hans fest i Melbournes svenske...
Rolling Stones returning to their old venue
Lars Rix, music editor at the daily newspaper Berlingske, talks about the Roskilde Festival and why it ended up as Northern Europe's largest music festival. He focuses on the festival's music program that has moved away from focusing only on hard...
New board of Danish Australian Cultural Society
President of Danish Australian Cultural Society, Kirsten Casey, tells about the association´s AGM.(Forkvinde for Danish Australian Cultural Society, Kirsten Casey, fortæller om foreningens generalforsamlinig.)
´We love our country, and with sword in hand´...
In Denmark Skt Hans is celebrated every year on June 23 with bonfires and the song ´Vi Elsker Vort Land´. But is it a pagan or Christian tradition? Hear this review of the history of the celebration and the song by the composer Holger Drachman.
Micro parties and independents have more influence
Palmer United Party and a number of independents are going forwards in Australian opinion polls and benefiting from the voting population´s fatigue with the old established parties.
The road to political progress go over the key issues
Denmark's political landscape with many different political parties rule out that new micro-parties will suddenly emerge and take even more power away from the traditional strong Danish parties. But exclude the possibility that it will happen agai...
Host of ´Who Wants to be a Millionaire?´defends homeless man
TV presenter Hans Pilgaard was this week hailed on social media after he was filmed defending a homeless man who was harassed by two girls. He says that others would have done the same, and that it is more important to focus on how to help those i...
Paternity test for the devils
Prof. Kathy Belov has recently been to Copenhagen Zoo to perform a paternity test on the Zoo´s two male devils to find out who is the father of the seven pups that were born last year. They are the first Tasmania devils born outside of Australia....
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