Byte Into It, 30 April 2008, IT and new tech

This week Byte Into It host Phil Wales is joined by Windows wonderman Jay McCormack and IT legal eagle Andrew Fish, discussing the latest updates on all things IT and New Tech.

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Aural Text - Tony Jones interview Interview with Tony Jones re. Best Australian Political Writing 2007
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The Architects - Show 149 - Vector Guerrillas Vector Guerrillas - Joanne Jakovich and Anthony Burke - their film 'States of Convergence'

Andrew Maynard's Suburb Eating Robot

Review in Fin Review of the suburban critical visions project

Dr. Paul Mees on the phone from Melbourne University on the Eddington Report
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Health Trip 28th April 2008

2 million Australian adults are diagnosed with asthma and a shocking 1 in 4 children will also be diagnosed.

This week, with the oncoming cold-snap, Nicole and Gill discuss methods of ruducing the symptoms of asthma and breathing easier through diet, lifestyle changes and natural remedies.

Gill also answers caller questions relating to combatting eczema in children, burning dust in uncleaned household heaters, the effects of seasonal cold on tendonitis and alleviation plus reflux and the effect of hypertension medication on respitory illnesses.

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In this episode the team explore taking the Melbourne International Comedy Festival on the road to Victoria and the rest of Australia.  Dave CAllan - one of the comics on the tours jouns us for the behind the scences news and view.

This, and where to get you dose of laughs are all waitng for you to listen.

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Einstein A Go Go Podcast: Apr 27th 2008

Faster, higher, and stronger ..... through science! We chatted with Patrick Watt, Manager of Education and Public Programs at the National Sports Museum, Melbourne Cricket Ground. Patrick told us about the museum and some of the education programs that pertain to the Olympic Games and other sports. Other stories were: geomagnetic depression in Russia, dieting by thinking about food, the 1000 Genomes Project, goodbye to the space shuttle, and answers to questions you never asked.

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Best of Music Interviews, 26 April, 2008

This week on Best Music Interviews from Australia's Triple R fm, the lovely miss Renee Geyer, local lads Little Red and Macromantics Songstress Romy Hoffman.

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Dirty Deeds 27 April Olive, Laurel & Digga speak to the founder of permaculture, Bill Mollison -
Don't forget International Compost Awareness Week 2008 -
Plus usual weekly segments, In My Garden, talkback and this week's weather.
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Nick Matteo reviews the surf-noir television series John From Cincinnati (Showcase, Monday 8.30pm, with repeat screenings daily)

Leonard Abrahamson, director of Garage, is on the phone for a chat

Melbourne filmmaker and VCA graduate, Adam Bostock, talks about his new film, The Postman, one of the free screenings at the upcoming St Kilda Film Festival

Director Brad Haynes is on the phone to talk about Broken Sun, his latest feature about the Cowra break-out

Director Jasmine Yuen Carrucan discusses her low-budget two-hander hostage drama set in the Australian outback, Cactus

Writer and director Patrick Herford talks about Hollywood Sign Girls, his short feature based on the life and death of failed actress Peg Entwistle

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