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    Astonishing Legends
    The Somerton Man - Mystery Solved?

    Astonishing Legends

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 128:57


    On December 1, 1948, an unknown man was found lying dead on the sand on Somerton Beach next to the neighborhood of Glenelg, about 7 miles (11 km) southwest of Adelaide, South Australia. He had no money or identification on him, the labels in his clothing were cut off, and his minimal possessions yielded no clues. Further adding to the mystery, a rolled-up scrap of paper with the Persian phrase "tamám shud," translating to "is over" or "is finished," was found in the man's watch pocket around the time of his autopsy. The scrap was later discovered torn from a copy of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, a circa 11th-century collection of poems by Khayyam, known as "the Astronomer-Poet of Persia." The book found tossed into a car after a public appeal by the police appeared to have previous writing indentations on a page adjacent to the torn-out one, revealing a local phone number and text speculated to be a coded message. With no further clues as to the Somerton Man's identity other than an abandoned suitcase left at the Adelaide railway station, a plaster cast was made of the man's bust following the coroner's inquest, and the body was embalmed nine days after its discovery and buried. For almost 74 years, the mystery of the Somerton has intrigued authorities, amateur sleuths, and the general public, including physicist, Electrical and Electronic Engineering professor Dr. Derek Abbott. For over a decade, Dr. Abbott and his team of grad students at the University of Adelaide worked on cracking the code found in the Rubaiyat and attempting to arrange a genetic DNA analysis. In partnership with internationally recognized forensic genealogist Dr. Colleen Fitzpatrick, Abbott and Fitzpatrick announced on July 26, 2022, that they have finally uncovered the identity of Australia's most famous "John Doe." Extracting DNA from chest hairs found in the Somerton Man's plaster cast has led them to a name and an occupation. But will this name lead to solving the remaining puzzle pieces? Pathologists at the time believed he was likely poisoned, but why, and by whom? Was there a Cold War connection, and why did he spend his last day in Adelaide? Circling back to the alternate name for this case, tamám shud, is this mystery really over, is it finished? Visit our webpage on this episode for a lot more information.

    True Crime Society
    Mysterious Doe Cases | The Somerton Man, Opelika Jane Doe & Artesia Jane Doe

    True Crime Society

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 62:31


    Join us for this episode of the True Crime Society Podcast as we discuss three fascinating Doe cases.   In October 2020, a quail hunter stumbled across human remains in a cattle float box in Artesia, AZ.  He assumed the remains belonged to a child as they were surrounded by toys.  When police investigated, further, they discovered the remains belonged to a female, likely aged between 13-22.  This Jane Doe was wearing what appeared to be a ‘witches robe', as well as a jacket covered with skull print. The remains of a young girl were found in Opelika, Alabama in January 2012.  She remains unidentified to this day.  In a twist to this case, police have photographs of the girl they believe to be Opelika Jane Doe, when she was alive.  Authorities believe she attended a bible school in the area.  No records of attendees at the school were kept, and none of the teachers recall her name.  This tiny girl had been so badly abused before her death, that police believe she had a very noticeable injury to her eye.  This injury can be seen in the photos they have. The mystery of the Somerton Man is one that has captured the public's attention for decades.  In 1948, a man was found deceased on Somerton Beach in South Australia.  All labels had been removed from his clothing and many medical experts believe that he died from poisoning.  Over the years, many theories about this man were discussed – was he a spy who had been murdered?  Or a ballet dancer – he had pointed toes and high calf muscles, similar to those displayed by dancers?  In July 2022, following extensive DNA testing, researchers announced that they had likely identified the Somerton Man.  (Right before we aired this episode, as usual!) Read our blogs for these cases – TrueCrimeSocietyBlog.com This episode is sponsored by: Microdose Gummies - Go to microdose.com and use code TCS for 30% off your first order of THC gummies. Mind Bullet – Want to increase your energy levels and creativity?  Visit mindbullet.com and use code TCS at checkout for 25% off your first order. Java House -  Cold brew coffee is a better cup of coffee.  Visit JavaHouse.com and use code TCS for 10% off. BetterHelp – BetterHelp is online therapy that offers video, phone and live-chat options.  Visit BetterHelp.com/society for 10% off your first month. 

    Mid Flight Brawl
    EPISODE 126 - GO HERMÈS OR GO HOME

    Mid Flight Brawl

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 58:02


    Another week, another grub in the sky. We hop onboard Heggie's favourite airline, where an heir to a new money fashion label is on his way to celebrate a milestone birthday, when a classic MFB combination gets in his way. Telling people to calm down, kids wearing fashion labels and toughening up your kids at 150 km/h. MERCH IS FLYING OUT THE DOOR AT MFB HQ - Get it hereLIVE MID FLIGHT BRAWLS COMING UP!BRISBANE!September 10 - Good Chat Comedy Club - 8:30pm - SOLD OUT!SOUTH AUSTRALIA! GRAPES OF MIRTH!October 29 - Seppettsfield Estate, Barossa Valley - We are on the 29th, not the 30th (its a two day festival)Tickets hereGet around the MID FLIGHT BRAWL PATREON for bonus content, early access to live show tickets and to help keep the lights on at MFB HQ. www.Patreon.com/MidFlightBrawlMID FLIGHT BRAWL is brought to you by HEAPS NORMAL. Delicious, independent, non-alcoholic beer. Head to HeapsNormal.com, grab a slab and chuck in the promo code "DUTYFREE" for free shipping in Oz. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Art Gallery of South Australia
    Tuesday Talk - The Studio artist Jasmine Crisp on her favourite works in Archie 100 - SALA Festival

    Art Gallery of South Australia

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 29:29


    Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia. In celebration of SALA Festival, South Australian artist and curator of The Studio Jasmine Crisp in conversation with Lisa Slade, Artistic Director, as she shares insight into her favourite works featured in Archie 100. Photo: Saul Steed

    Hearing Architecture
    Dino Vrynios - The Grand Tour

    Hearing Architecture

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 52:07


    Our guest in this episode was the recipient of the National and South Australian 2021 emerging architect prize, Dino Vrynios. Dino is an architect and director of Das Studio based in South Australia, founded by his wife and business partner, Sara Horstmann, in 2018. In this interview, Dino shares his experience travelling overseas via the Jack Hobbs McConnel Travel Fellowship, how Dino's trip informed his decision to start the modular construction consultancy MDLR, and how travelling was a clear milestone in Dino's career that clarified what he wanted in his career. This interview is conducted by Renata Gabara, an EmAGN representative based in South Australia.

    The Advertiser - News Feed
    SA Gold Rush 09/08/22

    The Advertiser - News Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 3:19


    South Australia's mining sector is set for a major consolidation with global giant BHP pitching an $8.4bn takeover bid for Adelaide-based copper miner OZ Minerals. Teal independent Sophie Scamps is pushing to change the way junk food advertising and marketing is regulated to try to stop the  growing childhood obesity “epidemic”.  Space debris is going to get worse as thousands of new satellites are launched, a new SA research paper has warned.  And in sport, COVID quarantine rules could be cut from seven to five days in the week after the AFL Grand Final in a change that would help players in the upcoming AFLW season. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription at advertiser.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    South Australian Country Hour

    Rural news and events from South Australia and the nation.

    Women on Boards I Making it Real
    Claire Braund in Conversation with Miriam Silva AM

    Women on Boards I Making it Real

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 30:37


    Miriam Silva is an experienced board member and senior corporate roles across multiple industries including pharmaceuticals, banking and agriculture. Her influence extends across business, Government, media, Muslim and broader Australian communities. Educated at The Wilderness School, a non-denominational school for girls in Adelaide, Miriam went on to read mathematics at Adelaide University before launching into the corporate world where she took on roles with ANZ & Elders before becoming COO for FleetPartners. In 2022 Miriam was made an AM for significant service to the multicultural community of South Australia, and to women. She is also on the South Australian Women's Honour roll, one of the inaugural AFR 100 Women of Influence, winner of the Governor's Multicultural Award for the Private Sector in 2012, Patron and Life Member of the International Women's Day Association (SA) and is the Multicultural Patron for the SA Police Academy. In this podcast, Miriam talks to Claire Braund about how a diminutive hijab wearing Muslim woman conquered corporate Australia, her rescue mission on the board of the Malek Fahd Islamic School and setting up the Young Directors program. A cancer survivor, Miriam also discusses the role her faith and resilience have played in her board and career journey. Further Information: WOB membership, events & services, please visit our website. To receive our weekly newsletter, subscribe to WOB as a Basic Member (free). Join as a Full Member for just for full access to our Board Vacancies, WOBShare (our online member platform) and more.

    David Hall | Audio Podcast
    Freedom in Your Mind

    David Hall | Audio Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:42


    Recorded at Lifepoint Church, Adelaide, South Australia

    The Advertiser - News Feed
    Mali's Thug Refund 08/08/22

    The Advertiser - News Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 3:44


    A contentious construction union donation to South Australia's Labor Party will be repaid or donated to charity, Premier Peter Malinauskas has ruled. Covid has been a double whammy for thousands of South Australians who have been reinfected with Omicron for a second time in recent weeks, new data shows. Bikie gangs and other organised crime groups will lure children into their illegal enterprises if a move to increase the age of criminal responsibility succeeds, it is feared. And in sport, Adelaide put a tough week off the field behind it to spoil the Josh Kennedy retirement party on Sunday at Perth Stadium.  For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription at advertiser.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Adelaide Show
    357 - Magic In Adelaide

    The Adelaide Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 88:45


    Have you ever found yourself in awe of magic tricks being performed right under your nose? Steve has been, which is why he invited Adelaide-based magician, Barry "Baz" Seeley onto the podcast to explore the discipline and the mindset of doing performance magic. The SA Drink Of The Week with a Brockenchack Shiraz from Eden Valley, ably supported by our guest taster, Glenn Malycha. And in the Musical Pilgrimage, we have a song from Mad Dog Malcolm that's probably unlike any song you've ever heard. You can navigate episodes using chapter markers in your podcast app. Not a fan of wine? You can click next to jump to the next chapter in the show. We're here to serve! The Adelaide Show Podcast: Awarded Silver for Best Interview Podcast at the 2021 Australian Podcast Awards and named as Finalist for News and Current Affairs in the 2018 Australian Podcast Awards. And please consider becoming part of our podcast by joining our Inner Circle. It's an email list. Join it and you might get an email on a Sunday or Monday seeking question ideas, guest ideas and requests for other bits of feedback about YOUR podcast, The Adelaide Show. Email us directly and we'll add you to the list: podcast@theadelaideshow.com.au If you enjoy the show, please leave us a 5-star review in iTunes or other podcast sites, or buy some great merch from our Red Bubble store - The Adelaide Show Shop. We'd greatly appreciate it. And please talk about us and share our episodes on social media, it really helps build our community. Oh, and here's our index of all episode in one concise page Running Sheet: Magic In Adelaide 00:00:00 Intro Introduction to the show. 00:02:30 SA Drink Of The Week This week's SA Drink Of The Week is the 2019 Brockenchack Zipline Shiraz, ably supported by our guest taster, Glenn Malycha. As you'll hear (and see) in our tasting with Glenn Malycha from Wine Pro Australia, we learn that the winemaker behind this wine is Trevor Harch, who is a "former" Queenslander who's fallen in love with our patch of turf! 00:17:35 Barry "Baz" Seeley If I had three cups and a ball and performed a trick in which you lost track of where my ball was, I'd be performing one of the first magic tricks in history, dating back to about 3BCE. We would both know there was no "magic" going on. We'd both know I was using your senses to deceive you. But we'd all enjoy this moment of illusion. Over the history of The Adelaide Show podcast, we've chatted with illusionists, Michael Boyd and Laurence Leung, but in this episode we are sitting with an official magician of many years' standing, Barry Baz Seeley. Links and references mentioned in the podcast: We recorded in the underground home of SA's magicians: Bombshelter Magic Adelaide Magic Clubs: Australian Society of Magicians (ASM)Phil Ahrens 0438 055 188 2. International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM)Steve Burford 0402 462 881  Barry, before we get lost in the world of magic, magicians were long associated with the devil and the occult. I mention this because we're recording this episode underground in a WWII Air Raid Warden's "bomb shelter" in Adelaide and I'm worried about being made to disappear. Will there be some dark arts performed down here today? Which clubs use these clubrooms and how did they come to use them. It seems like the clubs are taking the cloak of secrecy quite literally? I was watching The Prestige with my daughters a few weeks ago and they demanded it be turned off after a scene in which the magician came off stage and had to empty the dead bird out of his magic trick equipment. We'd all thought he'd made a bird disappear. He had, but in a gruesome way in which the cage collapsed lightning fast, killing and squashing the bird out of sight. He later pulled a similar looking bird out of his pocket to release to the crowd. Do you think that was based on truth and, if so, how many birds do you go through? There was a strong focus in The Prestige on the secret craft of developing an elaborate stage trick, most of which was all based on pure mechanics. How does that still of complex magic compare with the magic you do which I've experienced first hand, in which you are up close and personal and don't have the benefit of distance to disguise what's going on? There is a murky area that lies between logic and wonder and I feel this is where your craft exists. It's why I've been talking in terms of dismissing "magic" and focussing on the art of illusion. How do you react to that? In other words, what mindset do you embrace when performing or thinking about magic? What mindset should audiences adopt to get the most out of a magic show. I'm particularly thinking of us older, jaded theatre goers. Is there something we can or should learn from children? Do you make up your own tricks? And, if so, what's the inspiration and the process? Let's talk about the discipline of being a magician. How long does it take to perfect a trick? And what are the obstacles you must overcome? Does it get boring doing the same trick many times? Is there any such thing as a new trick? What happens if you forget what you're doing when you're in the middle of a trick on stage? What happens if a card trick does not work, you've made a big thing with choosing a card and it turns out to be the wrong one Can (and do) you apply magic craft in daily life? We're going to film a trick in a moment but can you teach us a trick just through audio? And can you tell us what happens in this bunker during meetings? 01:22:19 Musical Pilgrimage In the musical pilgrimage, we have Cha Ching, by Mad Dog Malcolm from the newly released album, The Adventures of Mad Dog Malcolm, The Street Fighting Cabaret Artiste. Mad Dog Malcolm is known around comedy circuits as an undefeatable street fighter who has embraced a career as a cabaret singer to lift himself out of his rut of shady deals and living on the edge. He is the alter ego of singer and comedian, Gerry Masi, who will be stealing Mad Dog's work on Saturday, August 27, 2022, at the Laugh Lounge in Adelaide. The song we're about to play is not for the faint hearted. It is dark, black satire of the fact that whenever there are terrible catastrophes, some entertainment promoters cash in and make a fortune as people try to escape the bleakness of life. So, you have been warned. Pause this now if you have kids listening or you're at work, but if you're still here, listen on and marvel at the affrontary of Mad Dog Malcolm. Mad Dog Malcolm on Bandcamp.Support the show: https://theadelaideshow.com.au/listen-or-download-the-podcast/adelaide-in-crowd/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Toy Power Podcast
    274: SDCC Pt2 (AKA: Frank was wrong)

    Toy Power Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 64:43


    We finally get around to all the SDCC news that was literally being announced when we last recorded. And yes, Franks silly statement from a couple of weeks ago comes back to bite him. Super7 gives Scot a figure he never knew he needed, while The Toddfather starts out with some 90s vibes. There's some great reveals from GI Joe land and a big tease for the next HasLabs project. Then its movie/tv reveals and we go down the rabbit hole talking about what the future of the MCU looks like. All this, and the best Patrick Stewart joke you'll hear this year! Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    2 Blokes Chatting
    The 2 Blokes Chatting Radio Show - 6 August 2022

    2 Blokes Chatting

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 35:58


    In this episode, Rob and Neil chat to the Luke Outerbridge from Right Mate and, as part of Regional Roundup, head to Tanunda in South Australia to catch up with Angela Pickett.

    The Shop Stool Podcast
    94. The Cheese Factory ft James Howe

    The Shop Stool Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 52:26


    Welcome to season 4 of The Shop Stool Podcast, a podcast for woodworkers and the maker community in general. Hosted by Robin Lewis (RobinLewisMakes), Joey Chalk (King Post Timber Works), and Bryan Cush (Sawdust Bureau).James Howe is renowned furniture maker from South Australia. He joins us to share his journey, and go through the process of becoming a designer.If you would like to donate to the show you can find out more here.James' Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/jameshowestudio/Robin Lewis: https://www.instagram.com/robinlewismakes/Joey Chalk: https://www.instagram.com/kingposttimberworks/Bryan Cush: https://www.instagram.com/sawdustbureau/

    Work Smart Hypnosis | Hypnosis Training and Outstanding Business Success
    WSH384 - Michael Goldblatt on Medical Hypnosis

    Work Smart Hypnosis | Hypnosis Training and Outstanding Business Success

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 55:21


    Michael Goldblatt is a Medical Director at Glo Clinical Hypnosis, a clinical hypnosis practice based in North Adelaide, Australia where he helps clients live their best lives and attain their full potential by combining the art of hypnotic suggestion with the science of change. They focus on helping people overcome challenges like anxiety, stress, panic attacks, phobias, smoking recession, weight management, OCD behaviors, coping with emotional traumas, and improving academic and sports performance. Before discovering medical hypnosis, Michael obtained a medical degree in anesthetics from the Flinders University of South Australia. He is a member of the Australian Society of Psychological Medicine, a Board Member of the South Australian Society of Hypnosis, and a registered practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).Michael joins me today to share his introduction to the world of hypnosis and the transformational moment that turned him into a believer in the hypnosis profession. We discuss how he began integrating hypnosis techniques into his career as an anesthesiologist and his perspective on the differences between hypnosis and hypnotherapy. We discuss how Michael uses peri-operative hypnosis strategies to help patients permanently overcome their fears and phobias around surgeries. We discuss whether surgery patients are still open to hypnotic suggestions, even while under anesthesia, and why it's crucial for medical professionals to carefully choose the words and language they use with a patient before and after a surgical procedure. We also discuss how medical hypnosis and positive hypnosis suggestion has allowed Michael to reduce the amount of anesthesia his patient's typically receive and how he describes hypnosis to other medical professionals.Get instant access to my entire hypnotherapeutic training library and discover the secrets of confident, creative, and flexible hypnosis. Visit www.hypnoticworkers.com and become a Hypnotic Worker today. “The therapeutic alliance between the hypnotist and the client is a very important part of the outcome.” - Michael Goldblatt●      Michael's first introduction to hypnosis and the transformational moment that turned him into a hypnosis believer●      How Michael began to integrate hypnosis into his work as an anesthesiologist ●      Michael's perspective on hypnotherapy versus hypnosis●      Understanding the Prestige Suggestion Element in medical hypnosis●      How Michael currently works with clients and anesthesia patients●      How he helps patients create lasting, permanent change through peri-operative hypnosis techniques●      Michael's opinion on whether surgery patients are still open to suggestions while under anesthesia●      The balancing act between positive hypnosis suggestions and managing a surgery patient's post-surgery expectations●      How Michael's approach to medical hypnosis has helped him reduce the amount of anesthesia a patient receives for a procedure●      How Michael describes hypnosis to medical professionals●      Michael's advice to other hypnosis professionalsResources Mentioned:●      Book: The Worst Is Over: What to Say When Every Moment Counts – Verbal First Aid to Calm, Relieve Pain, Promote Healing, and Save Lives by Judith Acosta and Judith Prager Ph.D.Connect with Michael Goldblatt:●      Glo Clinical HypnosisJoin our next online certification course… wherever you are in the world!●      https://WorkSmartHypnosisLIVE.com/ Get an all-access pass to Jason's digital library to help you grow your hypnosis business: ●      https://www.hypnoticbusinesssystems.com/Get instant access to Jason Linett's entire hypnotherapeutic training library:●      https://www.hypnoticworkers.com/If you enjoyed today's episode, please send us your valuable feedback! ●      https://www.worksmarthypnosis.com/itunes ●      https://www.facebook.com/worksmarthypnosis/Join the new WORK SMART HYPNOSIS COMMUNITY on Facebook!●      https://www.facebook.com/groups/worksmarthypnosis/ Want to work with Jason? Check out:●      https://www.virginiahypnosis.com/call/

    Interview With An Artist
    S4 EP88 Alan Cruickshank The Third escaped the family business for the art world, or so he thought

    Interview With An Artist

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 41:32


    @artandculturejournal Alan Cruickshank the third was born to ideally take over the family publishing business in Adelaide from his father, Alan Cruickshank the second. Alan the third had other plans - he found the art world. Throughout Alan's career in the art world, he has spent time as an artist, a curator, he also held a leadership role for 15 years as the Director of The Contemporary Art Centre for South Australia and most interestingly, he was a key player in building a bridge between Australia and the South East Asia and Middle East art communities. Today, Alan is the Editor of the globally respected art journal di'van. Returning somewhat to his families publishing roots! On today's episode of Interview With An Artist, Alan and I talk about: his pathway out of the family publishing business his photographic series in the 1990's exploring historical imagery and subverting the White Australia policy how South East Asia became a place of interest the reaction of the Adelaide art community when he started showcasing his new found international interest why he started di'van and the ethos behind it Alan has a sense of adventure combined with getting a bit of a kick out of stirring the pot. Throughout his career he has looked to challenge his audience or colleagues or peers, and invite conversation for a richer outcome. I loved hearing more about his work and I'm sure you will too. ******** Interview With An Artist is hosted and produced by Willy (Wilamina) Russo. Along with Championing the arts through this podcast and her radio work at 2ser107.3FM, Willy is also an artist mentor. She works with artists from a variety of stages and backgrounds, helping them figure out the right next step in their artistic practice. If you're looking for some advice navigating your artistic practice, book a session today via her website, wilaminarusso.com

    Grief 2 Growth
    Tyler Deal- His NDE Led Him To Become A Healer

    Grief 2 Growth

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 65:35


    Tyler and I had a fascinating talk about what led to his NDE in his twenties and why he kept it quiet for over a decade. Today, Tyler is a healer, practicing many modalities and wanted to share his NDE to help others know that there is much more beyond the physical world.Over the past 22 years, Tyler has studied, trained, and practiced many therapeutic modalities. He has a broad knowledge and thousands of applicable hours of advanced healing in Hawaiian Lomi Lomi bodywork / Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) / Craniosacral Therapy (CST) / Thai bodywork / and in the year 2000, had been one of only a few participants in the first training of the Pulse Technique©, developed by Jo Dunning. Tyler is also a graduate of The Centre of the Performing Arts, South Australia (now AC Arts), and the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, where he studied literature and creative writing.After a near-death experience (NDE) from a mountain bike accident, Tyler was propelled into the inner world of self-healing, where he was faced with examining deep-seated trauma at the molecular level. The self-healing has given him inner gifts that have allowed him to connect more intimately with the Earth, elemental spirits, animals, and plants, and to guide people back to their beautiful core essence.Tyler's specialty is working with highly sensitive and empathic individuals, however, anyone is welcome to work with him if they feel called to do so. He works remotely, assisting his clients with recalibrating the bio-energetics of the nervous system, the center of all body system functions and spiritual integration. Spiritual evolution is the process of bringing more light into the nervous system.Over the years, Tyler has been described as a molecular empath & healer, peacemaker, gifted writer, animal protector, and dad to two beautiful cats (one of whom has a cameo in this very video).Tyler's website is:https://radicalheartworks.com/I'd like to ask you for three favors. You can do one, two, or all three.1.) Make sure to subscribe to the podcast through your favorite podcast app, so that you don't miss an episode.2.) Please rate the podcast at ratethispodcast.com/grief2growth3.) If you'd like to support me financially, go to grief2growth.com/tipjarSupport the show

    Morgans Financial Limited
    Richard Laufmann, Managing Director of Rex Minerals (ASX:RXM) | Noosa Mining Conference 2022

    Morgans Financial Limited

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 9:09


    At the Noosa Mining and Exploration Conference 2022, Richard Laufmann, Managing Director of Rex Minerals, spoke to Senior Analyst Chris Brown about their Hillside Copper Project in South Australia. You can watch back the presentations from the conference by following this link: https://www.noosaminingconference.com.au/ Check out more from Morgans: Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.au Check out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/Blog On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAU On Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.Australia On Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU

    People Conversations by Citizens' Media TV
    Modern Money Doughnuts, seas2-ep10: Con Michalakis (audio podcast)

    People Conversations by Citizens' Media TV

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 37:05


    Welcome to season 2, episode 10 of Modern Money Doughnuts (MMD), hosted by Steven Hail and Gabrielle Bond. MMD is an international show about modern monetary theory and ecological economics. This week, Steven and Gabie talk to Con Michalakis. Con is the Chief Investment Officer for Statewide Superannuation, South Australia's biggest retirement pension fund. He is also the Chair of Modern Money Lab. We will ask Con about how he came to understand MMT, and about his role in launching our suite of postgraduate courses with Torrens University. (All episodes of Modern Money Donuts can be found on by Modern Money Labs.) Here's from which this audio comes from. (The audio is unedited.) MMD is hosted by Kerberos Media, and the audio podcast is, for now, hosted by Activist #MMT. So if you'd like to be automatically notified of each new MMD episode, then subscribe to Activist #MMT on your favorite podcast platform.

    Activist #MMT - podcast
    Modern Money Doughnuts, seas2-ep10: Con Michalakis (audio podcast)

    Activist #MMT - podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 37:06


    Welcome to season 2, episode 10 of Modern Money Doughnuts (MMD), hosted by Steven Hail and Gabrielle Bond. MMD is an international show about modern monetary theory and ecological economics. This week, Steven and Gabie talk to Con Michalakis. Con is the Chief Investment Officer for Statewide Superannuation, South Australia's biggest retirement pension fund. He is also the Chair of Modern Money Lab. We will ask Con about how he came to understand MMT, and about his role in launching our suite of postgraduate courses with Torrens University. (All episodes of Modern Money Donuts can be found on this page by Modern Money Labs.) Here's the video from which this audio comes from. (The audio is unedited.) MMD is hosted by Kerberos Media, and the audio podcast is, for now, hosted by Activist #MMT. So if you'd like to be automatically notified of each new MMD episode, then subscribe to Activist #MMT on your favorite podcast platform.

    South Australian Country Hour
    South Australian Country Hour

    South Australian Country Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 30:00


    South Australia has driest July since 1997 - in the top 10 driest July's on record, a key commitment of the Murray Darling basin plan can't be met according to a new independent report and a group of Pacific Island farm workers who breached their visa conditions are fighting to get them back, although advocates say it should never have reached this point.

    Welcome to Day One
    Andrew Nunn believes Australian states and territories should work cooperatively rather than competitively - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem

    Welcome to Day One

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 35:04


    Andrew Nunn is the co-founder, Chairman and Executive Director of JBS&G, one of Australia's largest privately owned environmental consulting companies. Andrew also holds the position of Chief Entrepreneur of South Australia, a role in which he is tasked with providing advice to the South Australian Cabinet and the business community to enable entrepreneurialism across the state. In his conversation with guest host Alex Carpenter, Andrew discusses how his entrepreneurial journey started at the age of thirteen washing the exterior of homes before they went up for sale with his brother, as well as his view that states and territories, including South Australia, should focus on their strengths and work cooperatively as part of “team Australia” rather than focus on interstate competition. See full show notes: https://w2d1.com/andrew-nunn

    Amanda's Wellbeing Podcast
    Is the #fitspo trend helpful or harmful with Dr Ivanka Prichard

    Amanda's Wellbeing Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:02


    The term “fitspo” refers to “fitness inspiration” but is it really inspiring to see fitspos? I delve into the question with Dr Ivanka Prichard, Associate Professor and health psychologist at Flinders University, South Australia. Ivanka ’s interests include the interaction between body image, exercise and eating behaviour. We discuss factors influencing body image and the ramifications of having a positive or negative body image. Ivanka’s recent research examines the impact of different forms of #fitspiration imagery on body image and mood in young women. She shares her insights plus practical how to approach this tend as a critical consumer. MY FREE GUIDE 5 Common Nutrition Myths Debunked: https://vibrantlivespodcast.com/free-guide/ IVANKA PRICHARD PhD Ivanka’s researcher profile: https://www.flinders.edu.au/people/ivanka.prichard Twitter handle: @IvankaPrichard LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE Science Vs Podcast: https://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/sciencevs Appearance Matters: The Podcast!: https://www.uwe.ac.uk/research/centres-and-groups/appearance/resources Embrace Kids documentary: https://bodyimagemovement.com/embrace/embrace-kids/ The cinema release is set for 1 September, 2022. HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT THE PODCAST Please tell your friends about the podcast and share it with them. Follow me on Instagram @vibrant_lives_podcast Follow my Facebook page: @vibrantlivespodcast If you could rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, that would be super helpful. Check out ways you can support the podcast on my website: https://vibrantlivespodcast.com/be-involved/

    Aboriginal Way radio
    Assistance for South Australian Aboriginal groups

    Aboriginal Way radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 12:00


    How do Aboriginal groups reach native title status and what happens to them when they do?Today we're speaking with the CEO of South Australian Native Title Services, Keith Thomas, to find out more about:the services needed to reach native title statusthe services available after native title is claimedsupport and services available to Aboriginal groups here in South AustraliaIf you're a regular listener, you might be aware that Aboriginal Way news, which includes this radio show and podcast, our quarterly newspaper and our online news service, are all publications of South Australian Native Title Services, better known as SANTS.Today we're speaking with the CEO about SANTS' role as the native title provider for South Australia and what services it can provide to South Australian Aboriginal groups both to reach native title status, and to provide support and assistance afterwards.If you're part of an Aboriginal group who is interested in finding out more about the types of services SANTS offers and if they can offer support to your group, contact SANTS on 8110 2800 or free call 1800 010 360.

    The Physical Performance Show
    336: Coaches Corner: Adam Didyk (rewired) - Aus Distance Running Coach

    The Physical Performance Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 55:51


    After an incredible weekend of Australian marathon performances at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, we thought it was timely we ‘rewired' Australian Running Coach Adam Didyk to revisit some of his coaching philosophies that he shared with us previously. Adam is the coach to Jessica Stenson who just won gold at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games. Adam is Head Coach of Team Tempo Run, an elite running squad based in South Australia. Adam has been an Athletics Australia Coach of the Year nominee in 2016 and 2017 and the Athletic South Australia Coach of the Year in 2011 and 2012. Show Sponsor: Polar are a sports technology company who build world class heart rate monitors and GPS watches for people who take their health, fitness and sports performance seriously. Coming from the heart of the Nordics, they have the experience, insight, and history of quality, design and innovation which is unparalleled. Worn by some of the best athletes on the planet, we're very excited to have Polar as a partner here so you can also access their heart rate monitors, watches and training platform. Polar are very excited to announce that they are launching two stunning new-generation running watches, the Polar Pacer and Polar Pacer Pro. As a starting bonus, the team at Polar are offering 15% off. If it's time for you to check out a new heart rate monitor or watch to help improve your performance, head across to Polar.com and use the code TPPS on selected products. Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to The Physical Performance Show - https://physicalperformanceshow.com/ for more details. Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.

    Humans of Agriculture
    Food Innovation, Surprise Trends and Connecting AgriFood with Angeline Achariya

    Humans of Agriculture

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 49:23


    This week, I thought I would take the chance to sit with someone who has been on the list on my whiteboard nearly since Day 1. Angeline Achariya is a remarkable woman, over the past 20 years she has had a variety of roles in global food innovation, she's an expert in turning ideas into products and being able to commercialise them. When I met Angeline back in 2019, she was leading the Monash Food Innovation Centre, it was incredible. I was shown how they come up with new concepts from the intricacies of a new chocolate bar to 3D printed food, to how and where to stock products on supermarket shelves within the 'virtual supermarket'. Today I'm keen to find out more about her story, how did she end up in the food innovation space, what's making her passionate about doing food better, what's it like to launch more than 1,000 products into the market, and the importance of connecting agriculture and food, how does she balance her values alongside needing to meet business objectives and what are some of the emerging trends and surprises throughout her career.This episode is part of our collaboration with EvokeAg, We are really excited about the evokeAG. 2023 event that will be held on 21-22 February 2023 in Adelaide, South Australia. If you're interested in attending the two-day, full-scale, global event or partnering, visit evokeAG.com for more details.

    SBS Bulgarian - SBS на Български
    Bulgarians in Adelaide celebrated Christmas in July. What's next? - Българите в Аделаида празнуваха Коледа през юли

    SBS Bulgarian - SBS на Български

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:37


    The prezidernt of the Bulgarian Association in South Australia, Ian Stefanoff, is inviting us to Cooking classes at the Bulgarian Club. - Президента на Българската Асоциация в Южна Австралия, Иян Стефанов, кани на готварски класове в българския клуб.

    South Australian Country Hour

    Rural news and events from South Australia and the nation.

    David Hall | Audio Podcast
    The Law of Faith

    David Hall | Audio Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 34:07


    Recorded at Lifepoint Church, Adelaide, South Australia

    Toy Power Podcast
    #273: Fin-tastic Fun w. Sam Cripps!

    Toy Power Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 61:55


    This is one helluva Jaw-some episode - It's the first of many puns in this hilarious ep with our good friend Sam Cripps. He takes us through his love for the 90s juggernaut Street Sharks. From the iconic packaging, the pun-tastic names, the 90s fashion and of course what could have been with unreleased greatness. As part of his research Ben stumbles upon some seriously obscure spin-offs and the price tag will shock you. Then it's off to New Asgard as we take a look at the latest MCU entry with Thor Love and Thunder! Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    South Australian Country Hour
    SA Country Hour

    South Australian Country Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 30:00


    Rural news and events from South Australia and the nation.

    Crimeland
    The Somerton Man with Shite Talk Podcast

    Crimeland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 37:36


    The Tamám Shud case, also known as the Mystery of the Somerton Man, is an unsolved case of an unidentified man found dead in 1948 on the Somerton Park beach, just south of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. The case would become one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in Australian crime, and confound detectives for decades to come.Julie Jay (@juliejaycomedy) talks to Jason Brennan (@jasonbcomedy) and Kevin Larney (@kevlarcomedy) of Shite Talk Irish History Podcast (shitetalkhistory). If you have enjoyed this episode we would really appreciate if you could rate or review us, subscribe to Crimeland or better again, recommend us to a friend!Thank you so much for listening and mind yourself, you are very special to us.Grá Mór,J xGrá See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    David Hall | Audio Podcast
    When Grace and Mercy Call Your Name

    David Hall | Audio Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 33:12


    Recorded at Lifepoint Church, Adelaide, South Australia

    Speakola
    We get one shot to recover from a global pandemic — Premier Peter Malinauskas's election night speech, Adelaide, 19th March 2022

    Speakola

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 57:38


    Peter Malinauskas is the 47th Premier of South Australia. He gave a terrific victory speech on election night, 19th March 2022, one described by The Australian's literary critic as having 'flawlessly controlled momentum' and reaffirming a belief in democracy. The Premier is a wonderful interviewee and talks about how he wrote the speech, and the importance of victory and concession speeches in the peaceful handover of power in Australia and in democracies generally. And he talks about his footy career with 'the Scum' at University Blacks Adelaide. He's still playing, even as Premier! Speakola is made entirely by Tony and supported by listeners. There is a Patreon page which you can join If you want to offer Tony regular support. Also we welcome credit card donations,  which can be monthly or one off. Thanks to Mike Jones, John Groarke, Marjorie Spiller, Alison Johnston and Geoffrey Stump for recent donations. Subscribe to our newsletter if you want a fortnightly email setting out great speeches by theme. Subscribe to Tony Wilson's 'Good one, Wilson' substack, to receive a weekly taste of his writing. Spread the speakola word! Tag @byTonyWilson @speakola_ on Twitter facebook and Instagram. Email comments or ideas to tony@speakola.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.