Welcome to the ReWild Yourself Podcast! I’m Daniel Vitalis, and I’ll be your guide through the world of human zoology and lifestyle design. We’ll explore the strategies that ancient apes need to thrive in a modern world, awakening our instincts, and freeing our bodies –– and minds –– from the degenerative effects of human domestication.
The Rapp Report with Andrew Rappaport is a podcast providing Biblical interpretations and applications. It is a ministry of Striving for Eternity.
Each Monday night at 6 pm eastern watch Andrew and Jessica Zarian discuss everything that happened on the CBS hit reality show “Big Brother”. This specialty show will throw you inside the house with discussion focused around the HOH competition, the POV and of course the elimination ceremony! Past guest include BB winner, Evel Dick. Follow along as Andrew and Jessica dive into America’s favorite guilty pleasure.
A podcast devoted to rewatching, discussing, and deconstructing Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, one minute at a time.
Reporting from Earth's richest and wildest tropical landscapes, The Nature Dilemma takes you to the front line of conservation and the climate change crisis. We ask some of the most accomplished conservationists of our time and those working tirelessly to preserve and restore nature: how can we move forward? How can we rebuild our own connection to nature, ensure that the wild remains wild, and understand why doing so is in our best interest. Powered by Osa Conservation and hosted by Lucy Kl ...
Could you write and publish a bestseller in one year?
A look back at J. Michael Straczinski's epic Sci-Fi TV show! Where it started, how it got there, where it went, and why we still adore it, even 20 years later!
Is it possible to be familiar with Jesus, to know the Bible, to be involved in church life, and yet not really know Jesus at all well? Andrew Murray, with his perceptive insights into the church of his day, and indeed of ours too, shows how this is all too often the condition of many believers. In the two essays comprising this book, Murray shows how we can move to a new place in really knowing Jesus, and how the presence of the Lord can become much more real to us. There is a cost, but God ...
After the ‘Broadway Disher’ (Lesli Margherita) leaks news of a top secret, in-the-works, new mega musical, the Broadway community goes off-the-charts batty. Top-of-their-game Broadway Producers Cheryl Philips (Lillias White) and Steve Jones (James Monroe Iglehart), arch enemies, pounce. Who will get the rights? Will way-out-of-their-comfort-zone creators Kaye (Ashley Park) and Bobby (Michael Urie) manage to deliver a draft of the show before their marriage implodes? Will Director/Choreograph ...
Associate Professor Albie Brooks exposes the research work of the University of Melbourne Accounting Department's staff and academic visitors, conveys innovations and developments in our teaching program, and provides commentary on issues of the day in accounting. Through this, TAPS reaches out to the broader academic community, industry, the profession and the wider community.
Nightlife with Phil Clark and Indira Naidoo has everything you need to get you through the night, seven nights a week.
The #SITN Show (www.sitnshow.com) is a popular accounting & finance podcast listened to in over 150+ countries around the world. Getting an accounting qualification or finance certification is one of the best things to do to make a difference in our society. It potentially gives us a position from which we can help businesses make better decisions for the good of their customers, suppliers, communities, colleagues and yes owners and other financiers too. We can help increase the opportunity ...
Introducing Jesus - Changing Lives
A podcast from Work Life about entrepreneurs, exploring all different elements of business from how to start your own business, getting off the ground, funding, and making your idea a reality.
Much is written about success and failure in the career of literature, about the reasons which enable one man to reach the front, and another to earn his livelihood, while a third, in appearance as likely as either of them, fails and, perhaps, faints by the way. Mr. R. F. Murray, the author of The Scarlet Gown, was among those who do not attain success, in spite of qualities which seem destined to ensure it, and who fall out of the ranks. To him, indeed, success and the rewards of this world ...
Extensive coverage of all the big announcements from the Federal Budget 2021
Isabelle Huppert does most of the lifting in The Godmother, and This Is a Robbery highly binge-able
What makes a workplace toxic and how do you handle working in a toxic environment?
One night while flying a sortie over Germany in a squadron from Bomber Command, Jimmy Ward did something very courageous.
Tamworth, in New South Wales's North East high country, is perhaps best known as the country music capital of Australia. But there is much more to it - especially on a road trip up Thunderbolts Way.
“We must create a level playing field.” Is a key and noble ideal in society but does it really work for the finance & accounting team?In this bite-sized episode I share some research I did into meritocracies as part of trying to develop a better rewards system in my team and perhaps some ideas that might work as an alternative given the nature of t…
When Andrew Hunter Murray decided to end the world with his novel The Last Day he had no idea how hard it would be. His research involved astrophysics, climate migration, geopolitics, sleep cycles and much more. Andrew tells us how he achieved a balance of storytelling and worldbuilding to write what became one of the […] The post EP315: Andrew Hun…
The Third Reich's former deputy Führer Rudolph Hess created speculation and conspiracy theories following a mysterious flight to Scotland in 1941.
Legendary bank robber John Dillinger was secretly hidden in the Hotel Congress in Tuscon, till a blaze broke out.
Artisans and their clever craft can be seen in marketplaces all over the country, but are we are doing enough to pass along the skillset to stop them disappearing.
Decoding Japanese communications during WWII was vital work carried out by several women from a suburban garage in Brisbane.
Parents understand the emotional journey of the schooling process, but knowing you are sending the children hundreds of kilometres away can be stressful.
Is it possible to still get a good deal in what seems to be a dealers market at the moment?
It’s a star-studded extravaganza on the red (no wait…yellow) carpet. Time Square is completely transformed into Zoey’s version of Pandora. But all that glamour is barely masking the rampant tension backstage. The pressure is crushing as the recently voiceless diva, Emma-Olivia, prepares to take the stage on Opening Night. But where is she? And just…
End of life care is about respect as we near life’s final moments.
What's driving first home buyers to turn to the "bank of mum and dad"?
Over the course of world war two, over 22,000 Australians were taken by the Japanese as prisoners of war – and were scattered widely across south east Asia. C Company were 3800 Australians who were enslaved and sent all the way back to Japan.
In Australia, the history of bathing in hot springs stretches back thousands of years - with Indigenous Australians making good use of these relaxing baths.
What exactly is personality, and how does it affect our lives?
The dream for many authors is to see their novel made into a big-budget Hollywood movie. Debut author D. Eric Maikranz decided that he would make his dream a reality. His novel, The Reincarnationist Papers, has been adapted into a Paramount movie starring Mark Wahlberg, and directed by Antoine Fuqua. Taking a tip from his day job […] The post EP314…
Japanese Americans struggled during WWII. Some however managed to serve the US in the field of warfare even after the attack on Pearl Harbour.
The landmark Chelsea Hotel in New York City holds secrets that may never be revealed.
Who would get your vote for film and tv's best comedy collaborators?
Kayte Nunn discusses a novel about an intrepid group of women that ran mobile canteens for the Allied troops involved in the Burma campaign.
What smell conjures up memories for you? The whiff of lavender, sandalwood, or is there a cologne or perfume that reminds you of someone.
The latest in the bike range, not just an upgrade but an alternative to the car, it’s the E-Bike.
Crawl into the heart of an ancient rainforest tree, trek through a regenerative forest, and more. Inspired by the "Ocelot versus Coati" camera trap video that caught the world's eye, this From the Field episode of The Nature Dilemma takes listeners into the rainforest with tropical ecologist and conservationist Dr. Andy Whitworth. Full video here: …
There are around more than 100,000 significant rock art sites across Australia with some Aboriginal rock art dated back some 30,000 years. Could there be more older sites that haven’t been discovered yet?
We take a close look at which sectors have been the star performers this year?
The University of Melbourne's Professor Emeritus Anne Lillis reflects on her career in management accounting research and teaching, and discusses opportunities for young management accounting researchers in 2021. Anne is one of the leading management accounting researchers in the world, has held the prestigious Fitzgerald Chair in Accounting, and w…
The local pub has long been a key feature of Australian life.
What impact does mental or physical illness have on couples?
Before Port Arthur even opened its prison gates, the English established a convict settlement a little way north on the remote Maria Island.
Ellie Barker had always dreamed of becoming an author, and her debut novel The Pink Coffee Shop was ten years in the making. Ellie talks honestly about rejection, dusting herself off, finding the right editor, rolling with the punches, and discovering that dreams do come true… but might look a little different to how you […] The post EP313: Ellie B…
What would you define as Australian cuisine? Is there difficulty selecting traditional Aussie fare, other than the obligatory Vegemite, Lamingtons and Pavlovas?
When does collecting turn into hoarding?
There is a mad but passionate group of people who scavenge and collect hand tools; some tools are rarities.
What happens when you’re only days away from first performance and your diva star loses her voice from non-stop hysterical behavior? Will Stavros’s star continue to rise and rise…while Emma Olivia becomes more and more unhinged?? Will Bobby order Calamari? Banshee wrangler Bill Berloni has no time to contemplate these important thoughts, as he’s co…
Toby is back with a brand new addition of Motortorque bringing us up to speed with all the latest news and updates from the automotive world.
David McAllister reflects on his journey of dance, relationships, embracing his sexuality and the rise of his career.
Women can expect to retire with 42% less superannuation than the average man, so how do we start to close the gap?
NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter became the first aircraft in history to make a powered, controlled flight in another planet this week, while down on earth we've been digging around in the dirt looking for the genetic traces of or earlies ancestors.
You never see the stars of the new Apple TV+ thriller Calls but Alex says it still delivers a genuinely exciting television experience, as does Netflix's very "Hitchcockian" Run.
In this week’s episode from the BXP Archives… How do you touch the heart of your readers? We get emotional over tea and cake with bestselling author Erica James. Erica has sold over 5 million copies of her twenty books, is winner of the Romantic Novel of the Year Award, and she never fails to […] The post EP038: From The Heart | Erica James appeare…
There's a growing trend for young adults to still be living at home with their mum and dad. We find out the factors behind the phenomenon.
Going to take advantage of the Kiwi travel bubble with Australia? Wondering where to go?
Melbourne boy Jim Martin was only 14 when he lied about his age so he could fulfil his dream of joining the Army and fighting in the Great War.
From royalty to celebrity and many in-between have stayed at The Hotel Windsor. But it's what one guest left behind that will have you giggling.
Belfast had remained unscathed until the Belfast Blitz in World War II.