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My name's Matt, I'm a country boy for regional Victoria who is on track to reach Financial Independence and Retire Early (FIRE) by my mid-thirties. I interview guests who have already reached or are on their way to financial freedom and also answer listeners questions on the last Friday of every month.You can learn more about the FIRE movement in Australia here https://www.aussiefirebug.com/start-here/
 
Der Podcast über Aussiedler für Menschen mit und ohne Migrationskoffer voller Geschichten. Aufgewachsen in einem sozialistischen System, Auswanderung und Neuanfang – solche und viele andere Erfahrungen einen Aussiedler aus postsozialistischen Staaten, die heute in Deutschland leben. Der neue Podcast „Steppenkinder“ will das Spezifische der Russlanddeutschen als eine Gruppe der Aussiedler sichtbar machen. Gleichzeitig geht es den Machern Ira Peter und Edwin Warkentin darum, einer breiten Öffe ...
 
Classic moments and artists in Australian pop history are the subject of this series hosted by Gavin Scott (from Chart Beats: A Journey Through Pop) and Robbie Molinari (from Turn The Beat Around on JOY 94.9 in Melbourne). Each episode, we'll look at a specific act from the 1980s, '90s or 2000s, interview the artists involved, discuss their releases and career, and analyse the impact they had. It's a celebration of all things Aussie pop. Bonus interviews and discussion: chartbeats.com.au/aus ...
 
This podcast is a peak inside Anna & Miffy’s silly, Aussie brains. Every week they chat about what they are watching on TV (excuse the swearing) and all the latest pop culture topics. They also have a weekly quiz aka ”Das Quiz” where they answer questions (sent in by their other silly sister The Gee Raff). Listen without judgment, criticism or standards (especially standards) and if you’re not easily offended, you’ll all get along just fine.
 
A uniquely Australian Podcast run in a relaxed fashion with the aim of reviewing varied medical conditions, diagnosis and treatment options by interviewing specialists in the medical community. Designed for Medical students, Medical Practitioners and the General Public with an interest in medical conditions. Hosted by Dr Gavin Nimon - Orthopaedic Surgeon who enjoys being involved in medical education in Adelaide. Designed for those interested in medicine and related disorders.
 
G’day and welcome to the Aussie English podcast. I’m Pete Smissen and my objective here is to teach you guys the English spoken down under. Whether you plan to travel, to work or to live in Australia or you just have an interest in our culture, history and spoken dialect of English. You have come to the right place. And whether you aim to speak English like a true blue Aussie or you just want to be able to understand “what the flippin’ hell we’re on about when we’re havin’ a yarn”. You have ...
 
Hi 左邊是Phoebe, 右邊是 Elain 正在澳洲體驗打工渡假、留學 在這個節目 我們分享實用知識,聊聊留學和工作的趣事,說說當一個外國人的辛酸事,給來過澳洲的朋友一起回味,讓還沒來的人多一分期待! 你都看完簡介了? 那一起來聊天吧! Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
The Aussie Writers Literary Podcast serves up interviews with writers, readers, publishers, librarians, bookshop owners, and other professionals in the Australian writing landscape. Our listeners are writers and readers who are interested in high-quality books by Australian authors. We are extra keen to promote newly emerging Australian writing talent, along with well-known, established Australian authors. Aussie Writers is a not-for-profit service for writers to share their writing with the ...
 
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Carly Nugent is the author of two novels and numerous pieces of short fiction. Her first novel, "The Peacock Detectives" (2018) won the Readings Children's Book Prize and was shortlisted for the Text Prize, the Australian Book Design Awards along with the Sisters in Crime Davitt Awards. Earlier this year, Carly's second book - her first YA title - …
 
As Darren Hayes prepares to release his fifth studio album, Homosexual, he talks about how he moved away from being signed to a major label to emerge as an independent artist firmly in control of his career. That began with 2004's The Tension And The Spark, a synth-based album on which he grappled with his sexuality. While success continued in Aust…
 
General Manager of Basketball Operations for the Perth Wildcats Danny Mills joins the podcast to provide some insights into the hirings and firings made by the Perth Wildcats this season. The team added Corey Webster and imports Brady Manek and TaShawn Thomas while saying goodbye to Vic Law and Michael Frazier. Danny provides clarity on what motiva…
 
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 780 The government is preparing new data breach notification rules in the wake of the Optus hack. Google Fiber achieved a 20.2Gbps download speed in a field test in Kansas City. Google is making it easier to find search results from Reddit and other forum sites. What Is GrapheneOS, and How Does It Make Android More Priva…
 
Damo & Jez talk to the 'Flying Fickel' ... a true people’s champ of Aussie running … the legend, the one & only Bob Fickel! … the master of the race running streak, a man who recently celebrated running his 300th marathon, has 31 6ft track marathon finishes under his belt, 40+ City to Surf, 70+ ultra marathons, 30+ Canberra maras & a bonafide Blue …
 
Today my guest is a legend in the Australian personal finance space. Noel Whittaker has been educating Aussies in money management and investing for over 50 years. He’s probably most famous for his international bestselling book "Making Money Made Simple" which has sold over a million copies worldwide! Some of the topics we cover in today’s episode…
 
Episode 24 of Every Aussie #1 Song Ever! My nasal passages were quite full so you may notice an especially sultry tone to my voice...apologies! Back to '97 again! Time to call the Doctor, let's hope they're in session. All the regular segments are here - artist facts, song ratings, chart watch and a play through of the song! Thanks for tuning in. H…
 
It's episode 141 and those silly Aussie chicks are back for more shenanigans. This week they discuss riveting pop culture icons such as Britney Spears, Reece Witherspoon and Dennis Rodman. They also chat about their TV recommendations. Miffy's been watching Blackbird on Apple TV and The Morning Show (which she highly recommends). Anna's breaks down…
 
Zoë Coyle's debut novel "Where the Light Gets In" is a novel inspired by Zoe's advocacy for euthanasia law and the right to die with dignity, an issue that affected Zoë personally when her terminally ill mother decided to euthanise herself. Published by Ultimo Press earlier this year, Zoë's novel is a moving tribute to the inadequacies of a system …
 
It's episode 140 of the Silly podcast and these Aussie larrikins; Anna and Miffy are back in your ears. On this weeks show the girls discuss Adam Levine's dirt-bag ways and Miffy's own brush with her own real life dirt-bag. They also discuss their upcoming venture to the AFL Grand Final. Miffy breaks down her recent road trip to Sydney. And somehow…
 
Since 1996, Darren Hayes has released some of Australia's most loved pop music, both as half of Savage Garden and as a solo artist. In the first episode of a two-part special, we look at Darren's time alongside Daniel Jones in Savage Garden and hear from the singer about the two albums they released together (Savage Garden and Affirmation), how the…
 
Off the back of winning a silver medal as part of Australia's 3x3 team at the Commonwealth Games Daniel Johnson joins the podcast to discuss the Adelaide 36ers re-look roster and what he's hoping to achieve in his fifteenth season in the NBL. Johnson, who has scored more points in the NBL than any other player since 2008, is a seven-time All-NBL Te…
 
Talking Aussie Books and Writes4Women have joined forces in a podcast collaboration. Recorded at the recent Romance Writers of Australia Conference in Fremantle, the lovely Pamela Cook and I chatted to a bunch of fabulous Aussie authors about all things Romance writing. Over 8 weeks this collaboration will uncover what various Australian authors th…
 
Anna and Miffy are back for episode 139 of the Silly podcast and this one is a silly as ever! This week the girls have some questions about keeping deceased bodies fresh in a coffin, while they are on a 7 day tour of a country? Miffy also chats about her upcoming road trip to Sydney for the footy. They also chat about their TV obsessions, specifica…
 
Mixing things up a little with a podcast recorded from the Sydney Distribution Centre of Australia's largest online book retailer and distributor - Booktopia. I'm speaking with author Nick Wasiliev who works as a senior content producer for Booktopia and also hosts popular Booktopia podcast "Tell Me What to Read". We are delving into the world of b…
 
Tipps rund um russlanddeutsche Familienforschung in Deutschland und Ländern der ehemaligen Sowjetunion sowie unsere Erfahrungen mit Archiven. Plus die spannende Geschichte zum Nachnamen „Warkentin“ als Beispiel für europäische Migrationsgeschichte. www.russlanddeutsche.de www.instagram.de/steppenkinder…
 
NBN Co increasing support for disadvantaged urban families. Zoom's app is now known as Zoom Team Chat. The Sims 4 is going free-to-play starting next month. Meta Quest Pro VR headset found in hotel room. Twitter really wants Elon Musk to buy them. Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News p…
 
Geoff & Neil chat to the lovely Aussie ultra rep & International 24 hr team gold medal winner Nikki Wynd. Learn what a fantastic & broad running record she has across so many distances, in just over a decade she’s notched up victories at 50km, 50miles, 100km, 100miles, 135miles, 6hrs, 24hrs & 48hrs. Notably taking on the gruelling hottest race on e…
 
I have an interesting episode for you guys today and I think you’re really going to like it. My guest today is Scott O’Neill. Scott bought his first investment property in 2010 with a $60K deposit after saving for 5 years. Just 8 years later, Scott and his wife had 28 properties generating $300K of profit each year plus around $7Million of equity. …
 
She was one of Australia's most recognisable and popular personalities in the 1990s — and it all began with singing for Jo Beth Taylor. After starting out in her hometown of Perth on a local TV show, she was snapped up by Molly Meldrum for his label, Melodian Records, shortly after she relocated to Melbourne. Jo Beth tells us about getting eased in…
 
It's episode 138 of the Silly podcast and Miffy and Anna are back for another wacky week chatting TV, gossip and the latest headlines. Of course the death of Queen Elizabeth is a hot topic of convo, as is the drama between Olivia Wilde, Harry Styles and Chris Pine. The girls also discuss all their latest TV obsessions. Anna is watching "The Devil i…
 
Today I’m chatting with chemical engineer/home energy advisor Tim Forcey. He’s probably known best in the FIRE community for creating the extremely popular Facebook group, My Efficient Electric Home (MEEH) which currently has over 65,000 members. I’ve always said one of the most common traits in FIRE community is hyper efficiency of everything we s…
 
With the inaugural Northern Beaches Readers Festival now only weeks away, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to chat with the Team for a behind the scenes glimpse into what it takes to start a literary festival from scratch. We chat about how it all got started, why we wanted to be part of it, what we're looking forward to and so much …
 
It's the 137th episode of the Silly Podcast and Anna And Miffy are back for for another week of silliness. So get ready! Join the girls as they discuss all their latest TV obsessions. Anna is watching "Pieces of her" on Netflix and is mesmerised by the fact that it's filmed in Australia but it's meant to be based in the US (in other words - she's n…
 
Prosper Financial is offering the listeners of Aussie LawnStars a free consultation, and they are supporting the podcast with any listeners that sign up with their services. If you are starting a new business or already running a business and want to review your business structure and start strategically planning with the experts, contact Prosper F…
 
In 2020 Rae Cairns self-published her debut novel entitled 'The Good Mother'. A book which received a great deal of attention, got an audio book deal with Bolinda Audio, was short-listed for one of Australia's most prestigious crime writing awards - the Ned Kelly Awards (Best Debut Crime Fiction category) and later scored Rae a two-book publishing …
 
Today we’re talking about two popular career paths - starting out at one of the big four or going into a government role. The Big Four is the nickname used to refer collectively to the four largest professional services networks in the world. These include Deloitte, Ernst & Young (EY), KPMG, and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Joining me in this disc…
 
As important as the fictional story of The Takeaways was to the success of Sweet And Sour, an equally crucial factor was the show's soundtrack. Johanna Pigott and Graham "Buzz" Bidstrup (formerly of The Angels and The Party Boys) talk us through the process of reaching out to the cream of Australia's songwriters for material to include in the show.…
 
Its the 136th episode of the Silly Podcast and Anna And Miffy are back for some fun (and one of them is hungover). Join the girls as they discuss the drinking culture in Australia. And how hard it is to go without (especially with their genes). They also break down all their latest TV obsessions. Anna and Miffy both happened to watch "Echoes" on Ne…
 
On this edition of the Friendly Aussie Podcast, we sat down in person with Anthony - the extremely enthusiastic and high-energy Product Development Manager of cannabis clinic Releaf. He also works on Mull - a space dedicated to medicinal cannabis patients. Anthony is on a mission to make a difference to people's lives. His passion and love for cann…
 
Originally from Ireland, Bernadette Jiwa migrated to Melbourne and started her writing career as a blogger and non-fiction writer - later becoming a storytelling adviser and the author of ten Amazon bestselling non-fiction titles. In 2019, Bernadette began writing what would become her debut novel. Called 'The Making of Her' (published by Penguin),…
 
Plex users may want to change their passwords as soon as they're able. Telstra is making wi-fi free at 3000 payphones from today User numbers on the once-default 100Mbps NBN tier that came with an (up to) 40Mbps uplink fell Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia. ---…
 
Jordan Hunter exploded in his second year in the NBL, his production jumping from averaging 0.9 points and 1 rebounds in 63 total minutes to 9.0 points and 6.4 rebounds in 20 minutes per game. Then, prior to the 2021/22 season an unfortunate fracture to both his finger and his foot then saw him miss the entire 2021/22 season. Hunter joins the podca…
 
In this episode Dr Gavin Nimon (Orthopaedic Surgeon) interviews Professor Sepehr Shakib (Clinical Pharmacologist , and Chair of Drug and Therapeutics Committee at the Royal Adelaide Hospital) about the latest innovations in medications and his approach to prescribing and treating patients. Learn about what a clinical pharmacologist's role is and th…
 
Nicole Alexander is the bestselling author of 11 historical fiction novels. Titles that include 'The Bar Cutter', 'Sunset Ridge' and 'The Cedar Tree'. As a freelance writer, Nicole's articles have appeared widely in publications like The Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Online, The Sunday Telegraph and Elle Magazine Australia. 'The Last Station' is Nicol…
 
Escape the seriousness in the world with the 135th episode of the Silly Podcast! Join Anna and Miffy as they kick off the show by chatting about serial killers, the movie Wolf Creek & the weirdest place on earth; North Sentinel Island. They also break down all their latest TV obsessions. Anna watched the new Netflix doco "The girlfriend who didn't …
 
At 6pm on July 2, 1984, a new ABC series debuted and would go on to become one of the most popular shows aired on the national broadcaster all decade. Created by Johanna Pigott and Tim Gooding, both former members of punk band XL Capris, Sweet And Sour depicted the rise and fall of fictional group The Takeaways. In this first episode in a two-part …
 
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