Podcasts are more popular than ever but are all of our apps letting us down? Why aren't podcasts easier to share, search and discover? We also sit down with Edwin Onggo, co-founder of the Australian start-up that's aiming to do to live music what Netflix did for tv. And is Twitter doing enough to deal with trolls?
From this year's Sydney Writers' Festival, a conversation with Ann Goldstein, whose nuanced translation of Elena Ferrante's highly acclaimed Neapolitan Quartet series has garnered the Italian author a huge English speaking readership.
Can we teach culture? Yolngu Studies is a postgraduate course offered at Charles Darwin University to teach the aspects of culture, kinship and language. The course is a partnership between two educators - Brenda Muthamuluwuy from Galiwin'ku and Yasunori Hayashi from Tokyo.
Science writer Bernie Hobbs discusses good news in the healing of the ozone hole and invites colleague Anna Salleh to explain her coverage of a project in Arnhem Land combining western science and indigenous knowledge to restore local billabongs to their rightful place as pristine habitat and cultural icon.
After nearly 35 years Val Lawson and Leslie Fitzpatrick have organised their last theatre bus ride to Melbourne; migrants get help understanding Aussie slang; and we visit the stock camp on Pigeon Hole station.