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Off Track

ABC (Australia)

Off Track, with Ann Jones, is an Australian radio show and podcast which combines the relaxing sounds of nature with awesome stories of wildlife and environmental science, all recorded in the outdoors.

Off Track, with Ann Jones, is an Australian radio show and podcast which combines the relaxing sounds of nature with awesome stories of wildlife and environmental science, all recorded in the outdoors.

Location:

Sydney, NSW

Description:

Off Track, with Ann Jones, is an Australian radio show and podcast which combines the relaxing sounds of nature with awesome stories of wildlife and environmental science, all recorded in the outdoors.

Twitter:

@joelwerner

Language:

English

Contact:

ABC Radio National GPO Box 9994 Sydney 2001


Episodes

Ethics, extinction and modern day zoos

5/14/2021
With often complex and cruel histories, can we trust zoos to have animals' best interests at heart?

Duration:00:25:16

A tiger, a tortoise and sounds of the zoo

5/7/2021
You might have heard an elephant trumpet but have you heard one fart?

Duration:00:25:16

Suction bogs and stealing eagles [Incident Report 05]

4/30/2021
Just when you thought it was safe to get back out into nature, you get bitten on the eyeball and bog the car next to a crocodile infested river.

Duration:00:25:17

A majesty peculiar to the species [RE-ISSUE]

4/23/2021
There is something about the Wedge-tailed Eagle which grips this man in the guts.

Duration:00:25:17

The other lyrebird and its anthems

4/16/2021
The Albert's lyrebird has a tiny range, but an epic song repertoire.

Duration:00:25:16

Lyrebirds: Equality now! [RE-ISSUE]

4/9/2021
Female lyrebirds should be rock stars in their own right.

Duration:00:25:16

Lyrebirds: Lyre, lyre, dancefloor on fire [RE-ISSUE]

4/2/2021
Triple Blue is a superb lyrebird stud muffin.

Duration:00:25:15

Lyrebirds: Repeat after me [RE-ISSUE]

3/26/2021
You might think you know the story of the lyrebird. Think again.

Duration:00:25:01

Traps, lies, and covered eyes

3/19/2021
Lyrebird deception just got deeper.

Duration:00:25:14

Woof-woof, boo-book [Earworms from Planet Earth XVIII]

3/12/2021
Endangered animal sounds and scientists imitating them.

Duration:00:25:13

Will the Aussie bush really kill you?

3/5/2021
Venomous trees and angry snakes - just what we need.

Duration:00:25:10

Drying without dying

2/26/2021
Urban greening takes a tiny turn

Duration:00:25:16

Are we 'burning in ignorance'?

2/19/2021
In South West WA, there are concerns that prescribed burning is negatively impacting an internationally recognised biodiversity hotspot.

Duration:00:25:12

It's not a koala bear, it's a koala boom

2/12/2021
We've all heard the stories of the koala on the brink of extinction, but in parts of Victoria, is the exact opposite – the koalas are booming and it’s all our fault.

Duration:00:25:14

Clapping witches hiding in swamps and other weird sounds [Earworms from Planet Earth XVII]

2/5/2021
An Italian folk tale comes to life in an Australian swamp and a meditating man fails to control his ferocious whippets. Welcome to the latest episode of audience submitted sounds.

Duration:00:25:11

Flower pots for biodiversity [RE-ISSUE]

1/29/2021
A simple flowerpot making a difference to biodiversity in Sydney's harbour.

Duration:00:25:15

It was a mulga snake that got him [RE-ISSUE]

1/22/2021
If you get bitten by a snake in the middle of the bush don't do what this bloke did

Duration:00:03:16

How to be a bat [RE-ISSUE]

1/15/2021
Is it ok to squabble over watermelon?

Duration:00:25:01

The banteng paradox [RE-ISSUE]

1/8/2021
Banteng are an introduced species in Arnhem Land, but in their home range, they are in danger of complete extinction. So, what to do?

Duration:00:25:01

And your bug can sing [RE-ISSUE]

1/1/2021
The underwater sounds in this creek near Brisbane are like an eclectic jam session.

Duration:00:25:01