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Aug 30, 2015

A recent paper in The American Naturalist suggests that some species of fish raise their young close to other parents and their young as an evolutionary strategy to maximise the chances of survival. Associate Professor Bob Wong from Monash University‚Äôs School of Biological Sciences joins us to talk about his...


Aug 28, 2015

On this week's special podcast of the Breakfasters Melbourne Writers Festival Outdoor Broadcast from Deakin Edge, featured guests included Lisa Dempster, Chris Womersley, Graeme Simsion, Melissa Lucashenko, Daniel Handler, Jessica Yu, Antonia Hayes, Katie Mack, Will Self and Jon Ronson.


Aug 27, 2015

Zero G #1041 SUB PODTINENTAL

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan. This week: the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, the Melbourne International Film Festival's second big week, and a 'Marvelite' crash and burn superhero film shows why they should've gone with NASA instead of the Fantastic...


Aug 27, 2015

'True stories told live' - Elizabeth and Lou speak with Jennifer Hixson, Senior Producer of The Moth, and Merrilee McCoy, Producer of Melbourne Story Slam, about the art of live storytelling and its recent resurgence.

Actor and adaptor Jane Montgomery Griffiths and performer Emily Milledge discuss Antigone - a...


Aug 26, 2015

Elizabeth and Lou speak with author Claire Varley about her debut novel, The Bit in Between; and talk 'under-the-radar' Australian literature with Jenelle O'Callaghan as she reviews 2011 novel Berlin Syndrome by Melanie...