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Nightlife with Phil Clark and Sarah MacDonald has everything you need to get you through the night, seven nights a week.

Nightlife with Phil Clark and Sarah MacDonald has everything you need to get you through the night, seven nights a week.
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Nightlife with Phil Clark and Sarah MacDonald has everything you need to get you through the night, seven nights a week.




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Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Toby Hagon’s back with a brand new edition of Motortorque bringing us all the latest from the automotive world.

Duration: 00:49:11

Queensland Election 2017

Queensland Premier called a snap election just a few weeks ago and Queenslanders head to vote in a week and a half - what are the big ticket items for voters? And will One Nation come up trumps in this vote?

Duration: 00:49:59

Managing your super fund

What’s the best way to get the most out of your money? Should savings be used to pay down your mortgage or top up your super? Ishara Rupasinghe and Mimi Gomez from Dixon Advisory share valuable tips on how you can best manage your finances

Duration: 00:45:19

Science: liquid cats, kind bonobos and a rise in C02 emissions

Are cats a liquid? Believe it or not scientists have been working to answer that question, and have won themselves an award in the process. Dr Will Grant joined Phil Clark to talk through the week's science stories, including a the latest news on CO2 emissions.

Duration: 00:12:55

Living with breast cancer

Each year around 15000 women and 120 men are diagnosed with breast cancer - it’s the kind of news none of us want but how does one psychologically deal with the diagnosis and what are the best treatment options available in Australia?

Duration: 00:48:44

Paul Ham's new book Young Hitler

Paul Ham's "Young Hitler: The Making of the Führer" seeks the man behind the myth.

Duration: 00:24:13

Is the insect world under threat?

Are insects a canary in the coalmine when it comes to the health of our eco-systems? A recent study into insect numbers in Germany found a 75 percent reduction over 27 years in certain nature reserves - does it mean the insect world is in trouble?

Duration: 00:51:16

The Secret Life of Whales

She’s one of the very few people to have witnessed a humpback whale giving birth, discovered humpback breeding grounds off the Kimberley coast and swum through golfball-sized whale poo to uncover their feeding spot - Marine Biologist, Micheline Jenner reveals the secret life of whales.

Duration: 00:48:53

Buy less and save the world?

Why does retail therapy feel so good? It’s only in recent history that the cult of affluenza has shaped the western world - is the attitude of ‘spend more, buy more’ the only way to keep our modern economy going?

Duration: 00:50:00

This Week in History: the Iran Hostage Crisis

In 1979 a group of Iranian students stormed the American embassy in Tehran and held more than sixty Americans hostage for 444 days. Many historians argue that it was this event, long before September 11, which fundamentally changed the way the Islamic world was viewed from the west.

Duration: 00:24:55

Travelling Solo

Quentin Long from Australian Traveller Magazine and Angela Saurine, travel blogger join Sarah Mac with stories of solo travel.

Duration: 00:52:50

Motortorque with Toby Hagon

Toby Hagon has been travelling the world but he’s back to tell us all about his latest adventures. From Chile to Japan and a week of testing for Wheels Magazine’s car of the year.

Duration: 00:50:31

Home Economics

Running a cheaper household - is it an art or a science? How do we achieve that delicate balance of being frugal but keeping the fun and frivolity in our lives?

Duration: 00:48:50

An hour deep in the universe with particle physicist Professor Brian Cox

What a treat we had on Nightlife! Professor Brian Cox joined Phil for an hour to discuss global warming, the start and end of the universe and the struggle to make science heard in an era when people are questioning the existence of scientific truths.

Duration: 00:50:25

Are you getting enough shut eye?

Lack of sleep can impact the way we function but new research suggests there could be a correlation between lack of sleep and diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Duration: 00:49:58

This Week in History: the Birth of the Turkish Republic

The birth of the Turkish republic in 1923 had links with Australian military history: it was young Mustafa Kemal Attaturk, who had led the Turks in the Gallipoli campaign, who became the country's first president.

Duration: 00:22:58

Drive In Cinemas!

Tail gates, picnic rugs, food hampers, malfunctioning speakers, steamed up windows and fog alerts

Duration: 00:45:39

Review of Australia's Family Law Act and System

Australia’s Family Law Act is now 40 years old and perhaps in need of an overhaul? Lawyers say the system is at crisis point due to underfunding and under-resourcing both of which increase stress and delay for families that are already at breaking point. What can we do to make the system better?

Duration: 00:50:03

If you can’t trust the people in charge, then who do you trust?

Is our trust in different institutions at an all time low? Why is there such a high level of distrust for our banks, organised religions and political leaders? Has the power of the individual replaced the power of the institution?

Duration: 00:49:29

How to get your small business off the ground

Turning an idea into an income

Duration: 00:51:48

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