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With Theranos technology now being used by real customers, many employees are at a breaking point. They are horrified by what they believe to be widespread deception and dangerous practices, but Theranos has implemented increasingly extreme measures to stop them from speaking out. As the threat...
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David Coulthard arrived in F1 amid one of its most turbulent periods, getting his big break at Williams in 1994 after the tragic death of superstar driver Ayrton Senna. He’d go on to race in 246 Grands Prix, winning 13 of them, including two victories each at classic venues Monaco and...
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During recess and lunchtime at Hackham West Primary School in 1982, teachers patrolled the schoolyard to oversee the young children as they ran around and played together between lessons. Yet, there was often one student separated from the others, preferring to stick by her teachers’ sides rather...
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The Tally police department is convinced they have the evidence to arrest four people in a murder conspiracy. But prosecutors only charge three. Why? “Where the Enemy Sleeps” is performed by Scott Mackay featuring Lucette. Support us by supporting our sponsors! Simplisafe - Protect your...
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A Time Magazine journalist reveals the true motivation behind AOC’s rise, Democrats reveal their anti-Israel streak, and we check the mailbag. Date: 3/22/2019
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Some of them hadn't seen each other since Cromer High days more than 30 years ago but they came together in a show of force, determined to hold to account teachers who had preyed on students for sex. Meanwhile, the detective Damian Loone escalates his murder investigations, interviewing many...
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For the past 20 years, Mia's guest has been the voice for over a thousand victims and survivors of child sexual abuse. Right now, Lisa Flynn is representing the father of one of the choir boys who was sexually abused by George Pell at the age of 13. This boy’s young life was never the same and...
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After an intruder appears in John and Debra’s livingroom, John insists that they install security cameras. Debra begins to wonder whether he is spying on her. Her nephew, Shad, looks into John’s background and confronts him with what he finds. Debra’s vision of an idyllic marriage is shattered...
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We do some in-depth analysis on the Sixers finally getting over the hump and beating the Celtics, then wonder whether the Thunder’s recent skid means they might be one-and-done in the playoffs (2:30). Then, we rapid-fire draft the teams in the playoff field that are most watchable...
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What did Wendi know and when did she know it? Matt Shaer and Rico Gagliano, host of One Plus One and Safe For Work, discuss some of the biggest unanswered questions around the murder of Dan Markel. Plus, a behind-the-scenes look at what went into reporting the series and where the case goes from...
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You know those people who get paid to travel the world and take incredible photos in incredible locations? On this week's episode of I Don't Know How She Does It Travel, Holly meets one of them. And yes, she's got a lot of questions. Annie Nguyen is employed to promote holiday destinations and...
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This week Fitzroy's golden boy Dan Sultan drops by Koala studios to discuss his return to form with two new albums in 2019 and the war on festivals, guitar shopping and his early days as a teenage punk rock superstar in Far North Queensland. https://www.facebook.com/dansultanmusic Nali and...
Who's responsible when a massacre is streamed on Facebook Live? When the media clip it up for broadcast? When people share it? When hate groups have been quietly bubbling up in corners of the internet? This week on DTS: the terrorist attack in Christchurch has raised many questions: about us,...
Cromer High School's pin-up sports teacher Chris Dawson pursued year 11 student Joanne Curtis with the sort of relentless determination he showed as a star of rugby league. Chris had model good looks, an easy charm, and students looked up to him. Other teachers followed his lead, seducing...
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Debra grapples with the question, “Who did I marry?” The story of John’s mysterious past unfolds through the eyes of his sisters, his law-school housemate, his ex-wife, and an Ohio cop who hunted him. The origins of John’s nickname are revealed. Bed-ridden in an Orange County hospital, he pleads...
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Nathan Buckley, David King, John Longmire and Robert Craddock all join Gerard for a big Monday morning
Robert Craddock, sports journalist on Australian cricket and racing
In the middle of the night Rosie's Mum and Dad pack everything in the car and flee Sydney to escape bikie drug dealers after a deal did not exactly go to plan. Mum and Dad escape to Tumut, with Rosie in Lisa's tummy and Rosie's big sister safe in the back seat of the car. But is that what...
World-renowned spiritual thought leader Deepak Chopra welcomes Oprah to his homeland, India. Deepak discusses his groundbreaking work in the field of mind-body medicine, the life lessons he's learned from his family, and the influence that India's rich cultural traditions have had on his life’s...
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1. Jonathan Denholm 2. Power Moves 3. Coffee table book update 4. H&A to the rescue 5. Bec's stuck 6. Poppins Poppins Poppins 7. Surprise for Jack 8. Lord Kane
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To get young kids to thrive in school, we need to do more than teach them how to read and write -- we need to teach them how to manage their emotions, says educator Olympia Della Flora. In this practical talk, she shares creative tactics she used to help struggling, sometimes disruptive students...
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We discuss England impressive victory at Wembley as they start their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a 5-0 against the Czech Republic. Darren Fletcher is joined by Chris Waddle and Ian Dennis as they debate Raheem Sterling's brilliant form and whether he's currently the most important of...
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Renée DiResta is the Director of Research at New Knowledge and a Mozilla Fellow in Media, Misinformation, and Trust.
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“Nobody changes until they change their energy—and when you change your energy, you change your life,” says researcher and author Joe Dispenza, DC. Dispenza’s work explores neuroscience, epigenetics, quantum physics, and consciousness. He’s become known for helping people heal in miraculous ways....
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Mr. Sandman, bring me a dream! But who is the sandman? We'll tell you in today's edition of short stuff.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Timothy Denevi is a professor in the MFA program at George Mason University and he is the author of "Freak Kingdom: Hunter S. Thompson's Manic Ten-Year Crusade Against American Fascism."
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Barrie Cassidy interviews Liberal Senator Arthur Sinodinos and Mike Bowers talks pictures with the Guardian Australia’s Amy Remeikis. On the panel are The Courier Mail’s Dennis Atkins, the Guardian Australia’s Katharine Murphy and David Marr.
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In the months since “Dirty John” was released, more of John Meehan’s victims have told their stories. Carolina Miranda from the LA Times interviews Christopher Goffard, Debra and Terra Newell, and John Meehan’s first wife. Plus, a panel on coercive control and a special live performance by Tracy...
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In Episode 60 I sat down with fellow Australian and ocean lover Ziggy Alberts (@ziggyalberts). At just 24 years of age Ziggy has quickly forged his way to recognition as one of Australia's leading young artists in the music industry. The coolest thing? Ziggy's voice is just as powerful, if not...
Dubbed the "Vampire Killer", Queensland woman Tracey Wigginton served 22 years in prison for the murder of 47-year-old Edward Baldock in 1989. Wigginton, then 24, and three other women lured Baldock into a car and took him to a park on the banks of the Brisbane River, where she stabbed him 27...
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Lauren Laverne’s castaway this week is Jacqueline de Rojas, the President of techUK, the body that represents 900 companies in the technology sector. She is Chair of the Board of Digital Leaders, co-Chair of the Institute of Coding and sits on the government’s Digital Economy Council. She was...
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Debra is in hiding, living out of hotels and disguising herself with a wig. Debra fears she will meet the fate of her sister Cindi, who was killed by her husband as she tried to escape a bad marriage. John has explanations for the accusations against him. He weeps and apologizes. Three decades...
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Bill’s guests are Irshad Manji, Larry Charles, Kristen Soltis Anderson, Evelyn Farkas, Eric Swalwell. (Originally aired 3/22/19)
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Nathan Buckley, Collingwood Magpies coach on his reactions to round one
Living in Australia, I had heard of the Snowtown case. I knew it as the bodies in the barrels case. But that’s all I knew. I had no idea about the who, the what, the why, or the when. So I didn’t know it was the worst case of serial killing in Australia’s history, involving torture and...
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Lennox Lewis is a three-time world heavyweight champion, a two-time lineal champion, and remains the last heavyweight to hold the undisputed title. Russell Peters is an actor and standup comedian, currently touring internationally all over the world.
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New York Times best-selling author Cynthia Bond discusses her first novel, “Ruby,” which is an Oprah’s Book Club choice. Cynthia says that as an adult she was flooded with painful memories of sexual abuse from her childhood. She found healing in a writing class and her work there eventually led...
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David Tennant talks with Olivia Colman. Stories about The Crown, The Favourite, Broadchurch and more. If you’re easily offended, there are some swears. A Somethin’ Else and No Mystery production.
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After the Christchurch shooting there has been a lot of reflection on the language used in politics and the media when talking about different cultures. The former race discrimination commissioner Tim Soutphommasane joins Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, to discuss the...
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Belinda Peisley's life descended into chaos after her 18th birthday when she received a big inheritance and bought a place in Katoomba. Six months after buying the house, she disappeared.
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WARNING: Graphic descriptions King David sings his psalms. A world away, King Henry plots. And courtier Thomas Wyatt sees them both, his beloved falcon Lukkes on his arm. David wants Bathsheba. Henry too must have what he wants. He wants Ann, a divorce, a son. He looks up at his tapestry of...
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Myf and Zan find strength in the compassion and empathy of Jacinda Ardern, and reflect on how differently Australian politicians and media reacted to the Christchurch terrorist attack. Egg Boy has been a beacon of hope in a dark week, but has the focus on him come at the expense of a much harder...
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Today's show is about the fickle market for art. What makes a dead shark cost $12 million, and a photo of steel wool that looks like a tornado cost only $1,265?
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Dr Ian Chung has been practising for nearly fifty years in Sydney, Australia.   We’ll get into his story shortly - however, he made a name for himself as "Dr Rock”, the doctor to call when you have a major international performer that can’t make the show and there are 20,000 people who have...
How do you stay sane when there's so much heavy new around?
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Social Infrastructure is the glue that binds communities together, and it is just as real as the infrastructure for water, power, or communications, although it's often harder to see. But Eric Klinenberg says that when we invest in social infrastructures such as libraries, parks, or schools, we...
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In this hour, stories of moments of beauty, awe, and clarity uncovered amidst chaos and the quotidian. Hosted by the Moth's Artistic Director Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. The Moth’s third book, Occasional Magic, is now...
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