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Nov 30, 2008

As 2008 winds towards a close, we talk to Guy Nolch, editor of Australiasian Science magazine, about the highlights of 2008. These included the startup and subsequent shutdown of the Large Hadron Collider, and a new theory on the extinction of megafauna. We also talk about how water-saving shower heads work, why planes...


Nov 30, 2008

A couple of weeks ago, we discovered to our utmost horror that our favourite BIG thing, the Big Penguin of Penguin (TAS), was reported to have asbestos flowing through its fibreglass veins. Is the rumour true? Have the good folk of Penguin gone fleeing to the hills for their lives? Stephen Bock, our very own...


Nov 30, 2008

Sincere apologies for the break in transmission of the Dirty Deeds podcast, folks! 2009 will be more consistent. And we'll get the missing ones from the last few weeks posted soon! Some catch-up for you to avail yourself of over summer as we take few weeks break from broadcasting.

Anyway... Today Olive & Digga (in the...


Nov 29, 2008

Today’s theme is AUSTRALIA… VCA graduates Corrie Chen and Kim Munro discuss the VCA Film & TV Grad Show 2008, screening at ACMI from 4-13 December; Alan Finney, in his role as a member of the AFI 50th Anniversary committee, and screenwriter Jan Sardi are in the studio to talk about Australian film...


Nov 29, 2008

Join Mal Practice, Deep Thought, Hawkeye and Dr Dolittle for a dose of Radiotherapy. This week the team examines HIV on the African continent and looks into the addictive qualities and social phenomenon of coffee drinking.