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As a little boy plays in the yard, neither he nor his family sitting nearby know that their lives are all about to change forever. The hours that followed William's disappearance were filled with confusion, mayhem and fear. The names of people in this podcast have been changed for legal...
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David was a 17-year-old volunteer firefighter who was caught lighting forest fires along Australia's southern coast. In this episode, we'll ask what drove him to such reckless behaviour. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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Wil and Charlie have some breaking news and develop a system to spice things up at every club during the bye weeks.
Crabb and Sales discuss how they consider nicknames to be a sign of affection. To Crabb's surprise, Sales reveals that she wishes a current popular biopic wasn't made as a musical!? • Fleabag Season 1 (2016) (Currently on iView for a limited period. Ep 1 until 28 June.) • The Fourth Wall...
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Stephanie Wood was an acclaimed newspaper journalist when she fell for a romantic fraudster
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Are the royal family allowed to demand privacy at public events? Should teen girls be learning more about pleasure and less about fear when it comes to sex education? Is the world still uncomfortable with women being financially independent in relationships? It's a death, sex and money episode...
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Today, we're hearing from Georgia, Hannah, and Chloe - three women with three very different stories. From falling in love with a woman at the local footy club, to falling in love with a man you're already engaged to, and falling for a guy who's been there all along, we hope you enjoy this...
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Australia is getting old. Our ageing population is pushing the private healthcare system into a 'death spiral' and it doesn't end there. In the next decade the bill for healthcare, aged care, the pension and lost taxes will total $36 billion dollars a year. So who has to pay and can we fix...
Annette Herfkens was 31 when she and her fiancé boarded a Vietnam Airlines flight in November of 1992. It was supposed to be a romantic trip. A surprise getaway from her fiancé who was working as a banker in Ho Chi Minh City. But instead of reaching the resort town of Nha Trang as planned, the...
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The first few years of any child’s life must seem overwhelming and confusing as they try to understand the world they have entered, what it all means and who the people are around them. William Tyrrell's early life was an extreme version of this. The names of people in this podcast have been...
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Vivian Le is on a mission that requires equal parts science, philosophy, and daring, in search of something that’s been hotly contested for decades: the world's largest ball of twine. Goodness Gracious Great Balls of Twine
A recent photo from the base of Uluru shows a line of tourists snaking up to the summit, all of them choosing to walk past the sign from traditional owners asking for them to respect their home and not do it. In fact, the opposite is happening, with the ban on the climb coming in on October 26,...
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Matty Johns, Brett Finch and Paul Kent are back on the eve of the Origin decider to unveil the NSW and Queensland all-time Origin 17s, before Kenty picks an Origin era Kangaroos best team. Kenty also reveals some of the great Rugby League gee ups and the guys then turn their attention to a couple...
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5 Seconds of Summer Plus the Ultimate Hack to Spy on your Partner
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Phil Gould and James Bracey discuss the toughest part of a season for the players, coaching role futures and some names that have been thrown out for the roles, and the chances of James Maloney playing in the English super league after going from Australia to England.
Former Deputy Leader of the Australian Labor Party, Tanya Plibersek talks to Julia Gillard about juggling her career in politics with family life.
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In 2003, John Rusnak became briefly famous for pulling one of the biggest cases of bank fraud in US history. We talk to John about how he got himself into so much trouble, why he turned himself in, and whether it was worth the prison time.
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Steve Crossman is joined by former West Ham and Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan, former Everton midfielder Leon Osman, and the chief football writer for the Independent Miguel Delaney to discuss the latest football transfer news. The panel talk about Sheffield United signing the former...
Bill rambles about unruly comedy club guests, the blackout, and levels of British-ness.
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Dulcie Markham, better known as The Angel Of Death, has been called Australia’s most beautiful bad woman. A key figure in the underworld gangs of Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, Dulcie used her Hollywood good looks, rosy pink lips and whip smart mind to manipulate the most evil of mobsters....
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The boys break down the big win over Sydney!
Jan’s work as a champion of young people has its roots in her own story (R)
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Barbara Laidlaw pieces together the mystery of what her parents endured as internees in Hong Kong (R)
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In the 1964 Reg Spiers was in London, trying to make the Olympic javelin team. When he didn’t make the cut he found himself stranded, with not enough funds to get home to Australia. But rather than trying to save money, Reg decided to send himself back via international mail, inside a box.
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The AOC Squad launch a retaliatory attack on Trump, Trump declares victory, and Bernie Sanders may be toast. Date: 07-16-2019
On Monday 9th February 2004 Maura Murray vanished. She had crashed her car on a winding stretch of road in Woodsville New Hampshire USA. A local man named Butch Atwood witnessed the crash and called out to Maura asking if she needed him to call the police. She told him she’d already called car...
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One day before the fifth anniversary of Eric Garner’s death at the hands of police officers in New York, the Justice Department said it would not bring federal civil rights charges against an officer involved. We look at that decision. Guest: Ashley Southall, who covers New York for The New York...
In a live appearance at UCLA’s Royce Hall, Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter India.Arie reveals the five most important lessons she learned after she hit rock bottom. India.Arie uses what she calls "songversation" to beautifully describe her journey from breakdown to breakthrough....
On September 12 1993, the Claps family were preparing for a relaxing Sunday ahead. It was a sunny day in their hometown of Potenza, a mountain city in the Basilicata Region of Southern Italy... Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host (https://twitter.com/casefilehost) Written by Elsha...
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Joey “CoCo” Diaz is a Cuban-American stand up comedian and actor. Joey also hosts his own podcast called “The Church of What’s Happening Now”. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv695o3i-JmkUB7tPbtwXDA
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1) nobody knows what day it is apparently 2) Alan Richardson resigns as St Kilda coach 3) Wayne Carey 4) when did your workmate make an idiot of themselves 5) Billy's Noosa photo 6) North Melbourne captain Jack Ziebell 7) Chris Goulding 8) history to be made in the NRL 9) Billy's Joke
When 24-year-old Belgian backpacker Davine Arckens reached out to a man on Gumtree about working on his farm she was excited.  The 88 days of labour would mean she could stay in Australia on a tourist visa for an extra year. She couldn’t wait to spend more time in a country she thought was safe...
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Annabel Crabb enlists a trio of Festival favourites for a literary reworking of the game ‘Two Truths and a Lie’. ABC presenter and Crabb’s Chat 10, Looks 3 podcast co-host Leigh Sales, author and screenwriter Benjamin Law and Wheeler Centre Director Michael Williams come prepared to talk about...
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Through their line of soft toys, Dena and Lee hoped their self-created character ‘Sean the Leprechaun’, on which their toys were based, would earn them a fortune and be developed into a hit animation film for children. Following a holiday in Florida, Dena convinced her husband that, they would be...
Oh bleep the handbrake, What did you steal back, Glossy, Cost of Living, Did the lover tell you about the affair, Where were you conceived and Spin it DJ! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Mackenzie Lueck ////// 318 Part 1 of 1     www.TrueCrimeGarage.com    On today’s show we discuss a case ripped straight from recent headlines. Mackenzie Lueck a 23 year old University of Utah student goes missing. Investigators quickly find some leads after they uncover some strange events in the...
Do you prefer ‘vibrate on’ or ‘vibrate off’? Well, either way—heads up, as we explore the world of haptics. To get the best information from whatever you choose to touch, haptic sensing involves a lot of neural effort. We'll hear about how this sensing has been examined in the past, as well as...
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Swedish cyborgs, swimming pools for horses, and self-destructing Game Of Thrones scripts.
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When 23 year old Bonnie Haim goes missing in January of 1993, abandoning her husband and 3 year old son, all fingers point toward her husband, Michael Haim. With no body, no DNA evidence, and no proof, police couldn’t make an arrest, and couldn’t prove that Bonnie hadn’t just run off to start a...
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Three premierships, 718 games coached and one incredible story. Malthouse reveals the true story behind the black and white years, from his relationship with Bucks and Eddie, to his 2011 Grand Final regret, dealing with the 'rat-pack' and the moment it all ended. Part 2 | Mick's big Navy Blue...
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As a child Trent was a quiet observer of the drama of his family and his neighbourhood. He grew up to become an award-winning writer (R)
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Lindsay Lohan, Jesinta Franklin & Confession Booth
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Margaret Harrod and her twin brother Michael both dedicated their lives to God, she as a nun and he as a priest. Their family was the envy of their Catholic community, but there were many secrets inside their home and eventually Margaret found the courage and the faith to call every one of them...
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Louis Theroux investigates a strange cult.
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Peter Bland is a Australian businessman who was almost the first person to cross the Antarctic Peninsula unsupported. But on the home stretch, he was hit by an avalanche and washed down a crevasse. We talk to Peter about ego. The things it can propel us to achieve, and the pain it puts us through.
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Tom Morris, Max Laughton and Ben Waterworth are joined by Hawthorn sharpshooter and St Kilda goalkicking coach Ben Dixon to reflect on Alan Richardson's stint as Saints coach and where to next for Gold Coast. Plus Tom Morris returns for 'Fair or Farce', Max takes a look at the Mailbag and, of...
Pretty much everything you know about duels is true - it's a challenge to violence to defend honor. But did you know the U.S. Navy used to publish detailed guidelines in its midshipmen's handbook? Learn all there is to know about dueling in this classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices...
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At some point in our lives, many of us realize that the way we hear our own voice isn't the way others hear us. This week on Hidden Brain, we look at the relationship between our voices and our identities. Plus, we hear how advances in technology might help people with vocal impairments, and...
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Fifty years since launch of Apollo Eleven mission - those involved remember; European Parliament narrowly approves next European Commission President; Dozens killed in monsoon flooding in South Asia - millions are displaced.
In this hour, true stories of taking center stage from a magician, a musician, a member of the underground resistance in Chile and a soldier stationed in Iraq. This hour is hosted by The Moth's Senior Director, Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of...
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