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    SEN Breakfast
    Garry and Tim in 30 Minutes (11.8.22)

    SEN Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 31:19


    After discussing the latest on Tasmania's bid for an AFL team and the interesting situation with Brodie Grundy, Garry and Tim caught up with Leigh Adams ahead of Ben Cunnington's return to North Melbourne's senior side this weekend, and Cal Twomey called in to give them the latest free agency, trade and draft news.

    SEN Breakfast
    Conversation Starters (11.8.22)

    SEN Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 26:15


    The latest on Tasmania's bid for an AFL team, Ben Rutten's thoughts on Dyson Heppell, the interesting situation with Brodie Grundy, the "tension" at Essendon, the appeal for Patrick Cripps' suspension, Tony Shepherd's comments regarding a COLA in NSW, the greatest disappearance act in the AFL, and more.

    SEN Breakfast
    Garry and Tim - Full Show (11.8.22)

    SEN Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 117:20


    On Thursday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' included discussion about ideas for Tim's holiday, heated seats in cars, Garry's roast last night, and more. Next up was John from Epping who had a few axes to grind, and in 'Conversation Starters' they looked at Tasmania's bid for an AFL team, the interesting situation with Brodie Grundy, the "tension" at Essendon, and more. Leigh Adams joined them ahead of Ben Cunnington's return to North Melbourne's side this weekend, and after getting the latest contract, trade and draft news from Cal Twomey, they moved into 'Questions Without Notice'. And they finished the show by chatting with SEN car expert 'Slippery' Steve Smirlis in the studio.

    SEN Breakfast
    The latest on Tasmania's bid for an AFL team (11.8.22)

    SEN Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 5:16


    "Nothing has come across the desk from the AFL in regard into the 19th license being in Tasmania."

    Juxtaposed Journeys
    Daniel Sih's Journey as a Spacemaker

    Juxtaposed Journeys

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 48:52


    This episode covers Daniel Sih, who's an award-winning productivity author and speaker based in Tasmania, Australia. Daniel is also the co-founder of the productivity consulting group Spacemakers. . His latest book, Spacemaker: How to Unplug, Unwind and Think Clearly in the Digital Age, won the Australian Business Book Awards in 2021 for Best Personal Development Book. As the title infers, the book aims to help readers live a happier, healthier and more productive life by making a habit out of unplugging from technology. . The conversation ranges from how digital overuse affects the human body, to practical tips on how to unplug, and ultimately how the book Spacemaker evolved over seven years from the original intention of a 20 page e-book. Daniel even teases the latest book he's working on, so be sure to check out his website linked below to stay updated on that project. . Daniel Sih's book Spacemaker: https://smile.amazon.com/Spacemaker-Unplug-Unwind-Clearly-Digital/dp/1735598860/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2ZPHS7VI2M58A&keywords=spacemakers&qid=1659486461&sprefix=spacemakers%2Caps%2C174&sr=8-1 . Daniel's Website: https://spacemakers.com.au/ . Spacemakers on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shiftthewayyouwork . Oliver Burkeman's Book Four Thousand Weeks: https://smile.amazon.com/Four-Thousand-Weeks-Management-Mortals/dp/0374159122/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1CC28LHXOXXBN&keywords=4000+weeks&qid=1659486276&sprefix=4000+weeks%2Caps%2C209&sr=8-1 . Jaron Lanier's Book 10 Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now: https://smile.amazon.com/Arguments-Deleting-Social-Media-Accounts/dp/1250239087/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=10+reasons+to+delete+your+social+media+accounts&qid=1659486052&sprefix=10+reason+to+del%2Caps%2C577&sr=8-1 . Editor Kywil on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/kywil . Follow Juxtaposed Journeys on Social Media! . Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JuxtaposedJourneys . Twitter: https://twitter.com/JuxJourneysPod . Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juxtaposedjourneys/ . Interested in being featured in a future episode? Fill out the short questionnaire below, and if you're a good fit, you'll be contacted for an interview. . https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeUZw2voAG3CsUJdaby5npsbjiyS9ZE7D4MTJ5tGlPDYMFfoQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

    RSN Breakfast Club
    Alistair Nicholson on a mission to ensure Tasmania gets an AFL team

    RSN Breakfast Club

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 16:36


    The leading sports broadcaster is on a mission to ensure Tasmania gets an AFL team. He takes us through his passionate reasons. He also happened to call the Hockeyroos to gold at the Commonwealth Games last night.

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps
    Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 8 ‘Gliding Over All' Recap - The Oz Network TV

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 77:14


    Another episode of Breaking Bad is here for us to recap as we go over the ‘season finale' that technically isn't a season finale in the 8th episode of season 5, Gliding Over All. How underrated is this episode? Why doesn't it get talked about more as one of the best episodes of this show? How many potential top 5 moments can we list in this episode? How do all the great moments happen when you seemingly aren't expecting them? Does this episode have one of the best soundtracks of any episode? Why are the montages so perfect in this episode? And how great is the cliffhanger at the end and why are we glad we don't have to wait 12 months to watch what happens next anymore? We barely even need to say you'll enjoy this episode so believe us and get to listening!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    SCL Australia Podcast
    Tackling Human Rights Risks in the Australian Construction Sector. 2022 Conference Keynote by Dr. Natalie Galea

    SCL Australia Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 38:11


    Valuable insights into the health and wellbeing of those working in the Australian construction industry and what legal practitioners can do to improve the status quo. Dr. Natalie Galea presents the keynote for our 2022 national conference “ Getting Risk Right”, held in Hobart, Tasmania in May 2022. Fully titled “I would like to see my son more than I see my site manager: tackling human rights risks in the Australian construction sector”. Dr. Galea outlines her industry research project into employment and workplace cultures within the construction industry. Highlighting dramatic statistics about the current shortfall in recruitment for major infrastructure projects, she presents findings from her own industry study on the positives effects of changes to entrenched working practices.   Dr Natalie Galea on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nataliegalea/ Natalie Galea's research focuses on gender equality and human rights in the Australian construction sector, and human rights and athlete abuse in elite sport.  She developed Cultivate Sponsorship, a one of a kind sponsorship program to fix male dominated sectors. If you would like more information about Cultivate, sponsorship and it's effectiveness, contact me or check out www.cultivatesponsorship.com. Before she studied the construction sector, she worked in it. Natalie spent 15 years delivering building, civil, defence and mining projects in Australia and the Middle East and North Africa.  This podcast is for reference purposes only.  It does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.  You should always obtain legal advice about your specific circumstances.  The views expressed in these podcasts are the speakers' own.  They should not be taken as recommendations of the Society of Construction Law Australia.

    That's what I call Science!
    Exploring the Early Universe

    That's what I call Science!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 27:50


    Join us for the final part of our mini-series in celebration of the first images released from the James Webb Space Telescope! Andrew discusses his draw to our quaint little island with a huge scientific platform. He also shares some stories of his key moments as an astronomer in Tasmania, including manning the only observatory in the world to witness a star death! Show theme music: Kevin MacLeodHost: Niamh Chapman (@nchapmanTAS)Co-Host: Ryan SmithProduction: Ryan SmithMedia & Promotion: Olivia Holloway (@LivHolloway_)

    Talking Tourism
    Talking Tourism Episode 109 - Diversifying Your Tourism Product with Alicia Peardon

    Talking Tourism

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 27:58


    Alicia Peardon is one half of the husband-and-wife duo behind Tassie's Ghost Rock Wines, where she oversees the customer-facing side of the business, encompassing all things tourism, hospitality and events. In this episode, TICT's Emma Azon-Jacometti chats with Alicia about the growth of Ghost Rock since she and husband Justin moved to north-west Tasmania seven years ago. With a background in marketing, PR and events, including being the Founding CEO of Jamie Oliver's Australian Ministry of Food, Alicia has a unique insight to (and talent for!) developing new products to embed and enhance an existing brand. From humble beginnings, the Ghost Rock brand is now characterised by over 30 hectares under vine, an onsite winery, cellar door, restaurant and - recently - a three-bedroom accommodation offering. Alicia explains how each of these elements has been added to the original brand proposition in response to changing markets, as well as how they have considered the growing agritourism sector and its relevance to Ghost Rock as a destination in itself. Today's episode is brought to you by our partner, Hype TV. As a complete production house, Hype has the capability to facilitate the entire production process from concept creation through to media delivery. Hype's core production team consists of industry professionals with decades of experience, and they also have an extensive network of production crews across Tasmania to tailor to your needs. Thanks to Hype TV for their generous support of TICT and for helping to make this episode of Talking Tourism possible. 

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps
    24 Season 3, Episode 14 'Day 3: 2:00 a.m. - 3:00 a.m.' Recap - The Oz Network TV

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 83:07


    Another week of 24 is here as we go over the 14th episode of season 3, 2am-3am. Is this the best episode of the season so far? How do we feel about the baby this week? Why is Jack getting interrogated by Rey Skywalker? How epic is the Nina interrogation scene and how great are both Carlos Bernard and Sarah Clarke? Why is David and Sherry fighting a big throwback to season 1? Is Wayne a bit dumb this episode? Do we like Kim this episode or is she annoying again? And how epic is the ending? Tune in for one hell of a time once more!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    South Road Boys
    #249 Al Pacacino

    South Road Boys

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 56:19


    The Commonwealth Games crash to earth with epic stacks, love triangles, and podium travesty. Is Alpaca racing here? Neighbours say goodbye. A horror cave is discovered in Tasmania. A Trek ends. Was Eminem cloned?

    History Makers with Matt Prater
    Andrew Corbett - 6-7 August 2022

    History Makers with Matt Prater

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 17:47


    Andrew Corbett has pastored Legana Christian Church in Northern Tasmania since 1995. He is the National President of ICI Theological College Australia (a Theological distance education provider). He holds degrees in Biblical Studies, and a Doctor of Ministry Degree. He is a visiting scholar with the Los Angeles based Science-Faith Think Tank ? Reasons To Believe. His radio program, Finding Truth Matters, is heard around Australia and by Podcast around the world. Listen in to his story, and about the recent outreach with Evangelist Will Graham in Tasmania! Support the show: http://historymakersradio.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    ABC KIDS News Time
    Commonwealth Games and Indigenous superhero

    ABC KIDS News Time

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 10:33


    On today's show we: celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children's Day, cheer on our Aussie athletes at the Commonwealth Games, meet a new superhero, visit a wildlife shelter in Tasmania and pat a champion dog. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. How long does Garma Festival last? 2. Where are this year's Commonwealth Games held? 3. What type of wallabies will soon need extra care in Tasmania? 4. How many years ago is Wylah the Koorie Warrior set? 5. What breed of dog is Spryte? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: What Indigenous Country is Garma festival held on? ANSWERS: 1. Four days 2. Brimingham, England 3. Bennett's wallabies 4. 40,000 5. Tenterfield terrier BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: Yolngu

    Beyond The Tape Podcast
    Tech Talk: Shimano Auto shifting, Stuff we have been riding and Listener Questions

    Beyond The Tape Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 130:21


    In this episode of Tech Talk we had zero structure and just talk about a bunch of stuff. We chatted briefly about Shimano's Auto shift, the fresh stuff we have been riding and answer some of your questions.  Thanks to our sponsors    Trek- Trek have been making bike s since 1976 and since then they have been pushing what can be done with a bike. There is a reason that some of the best like brandon semenuk, Reece Wilson, Valli Hoel, Harriet Burbridge, Mike Ross and caroline buchanan ride them, they bloody rip. I am stoked to have them on board this year as we begin to grow at a huge rate.    Tailored Trails-  Tassie's specialist for state-wide transfers, private group shuttles, and all-inclusive packages. Operating on all the major mountain bike networks in Tasmania - including Derby, Maydena, St Helens, and the West Coast. Dedicated private group operator that caters for groups of up to 18 people with custom-built shuttle trailers and racks. Take the hassle out of your next Tassie trip, and let Tailored Trails take care of the logistics and planning. Rider owned and operated.  NSDynamics- The premier suspension service centre in Australia. The guys there have been doing this for over 20 years and know how to make your suspension feel better than new. Every time I have got my suspension back from these guys I can't believe how much better it works. They are masters of suspension magic! View their range here  Frank'd MTB Apparel-  Frankd is a premium MTB apparel company based in WA. They are at the cutting edge when it comes to lightweight racing jerseys, durable shorts and their designs are super eye-catching. If you would like to support their use, BEYONDTHETAPE at checkout for 10% off  Dirt Surfer mudguards are made of 100% Recycled materials and are one hundred per cent recyclable. Get one of there unique designs or one of your own designs on your bike now to make it your own.  Krush Oz- https://www.krushoz.com/ Krush Oz is 100% Australian made bike cleaner and degreaser. The best in the biz at getting your bike super clean.  Fist- http://fisthandwear.com.au/  Fist make the best gloves ever. That's all I need to say.      You can now use BEYONDTHETAPE at checkout with FIST handwear for 15% off

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton
    Keegan Higgs, Recreational Boating Officer for Marine and Safety Tasmania (MAST)

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 8:11


    Keegan Higgs, Recreational Boating Officer for Marine and Safety Tasmania (MAST) 

    SEN Afternoons
    Dwayne's World with Dwayne Russell - Thursday 4th August

    SEN Afternoons

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 109:21


    On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Eddie Betts, North Melbourne "all-in" for Alastair Clarkson, why the AFL isn't ready for players to declare in-season they are leaving, and more 2. Fox Footy's Alastair Lynch 3. Melbourne Storm GM of Football Frank Ponissi 4. Sydney Swans defender Paddy McCartin 5. Great comebacks of the last 40 years 6. Matt White with the latest on the Commonwealth Games 7. Lost in the wash

    Best In Faction
    40k Frontiers - Episode 10 - Hits from the Bong

    Best In Faction

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 135:56


    Description: On this episode of 40k Frontiers, Sam returns from his Honeymoon to talk to Alex and Ben about their recent 40k adventures at Gonghammer and Cavcon. Sam and Alex then interview the three musketeers of Tasmania with Liam, Henry, and Adam as they talk about life in Tasmania, the 40k scene, and upcoming North South GT. The hosts also  answer some listener questions and discuss upcoming regional events.  Don't forget, if you have any questions for the hosts or would like to highlight your own event/ area. Please reach out to us by commenting down below or messaging us directly :).  Warhammer 40k in Tasmania - https://www.facebook.com/groups/2905344129785994/  

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton
    Eloise Carr, Director of the Australia Institute Tasmania

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 15:55


    Eloise Carr, Director of the Australia Institute Tasmania 

    History Makers Radio

    Andrew Corbett has pastored Legana Christian Church Australia in Northern Tasmania since 1995. He is the National President of ICI Theological College (a Theological distance education provider). He holds degrees in Biblical Studies, and a Doctor of Ministry Degree. He is a visiting scholar with the Los Angeles based Science-Faith Think Tank - Reasons To Believe. His radio program, Finding Truth Matters, is heard around Australia and by Podcast around the world. Listen in to his story, and about the recent outreach with Evangelist Will Graham in Tasmania!

    The West Live Podcast
    Expert: Sorry, Albo, climate war is NOT over

    The West Live Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 9:50


    We've spoken a lot about the climate wars here on The West Live. The previous Morrison government was criticised for essentially turning away from climate policy, as the rest of the world signed on to the Paris agreement - with it's goal of keeping global warming under 1.5 degrees. But, after the Greens - who hold balance of power in the senate -  backed the new labor government's climate policy yesterday, could Albo be right when he says the climate wars are over? Or is the fight only just beginning? To unpack it is Kate Crowley, an Adjunct Associate Professor of Public and Environmental Policy at University of Tasmania.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps
    About A Boy Recap - The Oz Network Movies

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 197:00


    It's been a few years since we last brought you ANNIVERSARY MONTH but we're back to return to one of our favourite traditions as we go over four films in the next month that are celebrating their anniversary in 2022! And given we are so in love with the films of 2002, we're bringing you four films from that year, starting off today with the incredibly underrated gem that is About A Boy. How amazing is this film and why does it need more love? Is Hugh Grant one of our favourite actors that we just don't talk about enough? How amazing is Nicholas Hoult and why is it obvious he was always set to be a star? Is Toni Collette one of the best and most underrated Australian actors? Why is this movie just so relatable, particularly for men? Why is this movie basically a biopic for Ben? Do we find dead ducks that funny? Do we want to listen to more Badly Drawn Boy? Are we completely silenced by Rachel Weisz? Was this movie ahead of its time? And is any man actually an island? Get your bread ready and begin to strum your song with your fingers for an amazing episode on an amazing movie!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast
    SPECIAL - Rog The Tazzy Tugger

    The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 4:06


    A story has emerged of a man being deported from Australia after being caught tugging it in Tasmania. Coincidentally Rog has recently returned from Tasmania, and that's raised a few eyebrows in the studio. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Secrets of the Soil Podcast with Regen Ray
    42: Restoring, Regenerating, and Biodiversity Why Is so Important with Darren J Doherty

    Secrets of the Soil Podcast with Regen Ray

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 51:09


    Biodiversity is important for the functioning of our ecosystem and life on Earth. Restoration, regenerating, or integrating biodiversity can help fix damaged landscapes that are losing their natural balance due to human activity. Let us understand and learn more about what life on Earth entails.  BECOME A REGRARIANS PLANNER MEMBER: https://soillearningcenter.com/rex ---------- Who is Darren Doherty? Darren J. Doherty (CPAg AIA) has extensive experience across the world in project design, development, management & training. A career-long focus on the profitable & regenerative retrofit of broadacre landscapes has seen Darren acclaimed as a pioneer in this important & often overlooked field. With the advent of the Regrarians Ltd. non-profit in 2013, Darren has shifted his service profile to being that of a volunteer of that organisation, and is a leading attendee at conventions and conferences organised in conjunction with local organisations, companies and individuals all over the globe. Darren is a 5th generation Bendigo region land manager, developer, author & trainer and has been involved in the design & development of well over 3000, mostly broadacre projects across 6 continents in more than 50 countries, ranging from 1 million hectare cattle stations in Australia's Kimberly region to 110,000 acre Estancia's in Patagonia, EcoVillage developments in Tasmania to public:private R&D agroforestry & education projects in Viet Nam, novel AG Machinery development + family farms across the globe with a range of private, corporate, government & non-profit clients. A true ‘integrationalist', Darren is the originator of the Keyline® Design (2006), Carbon Farming (2006), Carbon Economy (2007), Regenerative Agriculture (along with RegenAG® {2009}) & Regrarians® (2012) and Regrarians' REX®, ROC & RAP conventions and conferences across Europe, North & South America and Oceania.----------To Join the next REX program follow this link - https://soillearningcenter.com/rex ---------- Website: http://www.regrarians.org/ Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/Regrarians/ https://www.instagram.com/regrarians/ https://twitter.com/regrarians https://www.youtube.com/RegrariansLtd/  Dig Deeper Club: https://soillearningcenter.com/digdeeperSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Think: Digital Futures
    The Gender Legislative Index

    Think: Digital Futures

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 30:10


    How can AI help in ensuring gender equality in legislation?Featured:Dr. Ramona Vijeyarasa: Senior Lecturer Faculty of Law, UTS; Architect of the Gender Legislative IndexThe Hon. Ruth Forrest: Member of the Legislative Council of Tasmania; Independent member for MurchisonProduced and Presented by: Cameron M. FurlongMusic by Trev Lewis from Hagfilms, Drakensson, and TheoTer. Sourced from Freesound.orgAs more scrutiny is put on the type of exclusionary and gender-biased language used in legislation, law makers should be looking for ways to improve the process of creating laws. How can we know which laws need changing, and to what degree? Such a question cannot be answered by a human-powered review into every single law in existence - there is just too much to go through, and humans are inherently biased no matter how neutral they claim to be. The challenge has been set, and Dr Ramona Vijeyarasa has a solution - the Gender Legislative Index. The GLI compares legislation to global standards and gives a rating as to how biased or unbiased the law is. The GLI currently being used in 4 countries; Australia, Indonesia, The Philippines, and Sri Lanka to assess laws currently in effect. But what about future laws? Well, thanks to Ruth Forrest, the GLI may start to be directly involved in legislation passed in the Tasmanian Parliament. Hopefully, the value of the GLI is seen and its services are implemented at a Federal Level.

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton
    Peter Whish-Wilson, Greens Senator for Tasmania

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 24:09


    Peter Whish-Wilson, Greens Senator for Tasmania

    The Outer Sanctum
    Money Talks

    The Outer Sanctum

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 56:21


    The top eight is starting to take shape and there is as much going on off-field as there is on the ground. Emma, Lucy and Rana discuss how genuine cultural change takes more work than performative gestures, how sponsorship can undercut other club values, and what might derail Tasmania's bid for an AFL licence. And how will you share the love between AFLW teams? Rana has some great tips to help navigate polyamorous waters.Show notesRead Samantha Lewis' excellent piece on the Manly jumper storyBen Abbatangelo wrote about how to give slogans more meaningA new hurdle for a Tasmanian licence Rana and Julia had an incredible chat about pride jumpers and religion earlier this year - listen back to that hereReminder: we have a live event coming up and we would absolutely love to see your faces. Tickets are free but you must register so head on over and book hereYou can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at theoutersanctumpodcast@outlook.com The Outer Sanctum is recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which we work, live, learn and play, and pay our respects to Indigenous Elders past and present. We recognise that sovereignty has never been ceded – that this always was and always will be Aboriginal land. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    The Sounding Board
    S7 Ep 26 - The Next Few Minutes Aren't Going to Go Well for Me

    The Sounding Board

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 51:01


    Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for S7 Ep 26 - The Next Few Minutes Aren't Going to Go Well for MeThe Sounding Board is proudly supported by Drinkwise. . .if you're choosing to drink, choose to drink wise.TIME CODES0.0 – The Commonwealth Games turns into a Click Bait Fest. Discussion of the Kyle Chalmers story.7.30 – The Mid-Week AFL Press Conference is facing extinction says Hutchy.14.00 – The ‘Frame Me In' reporter. Danny Weidler at 9 News is riding a frame me in wave.17.00 – Referencing someone else's opinion in a question – is it a good idea?21.00 – How young were Hutchy and Damo when they first realised they wanted to be journalists?. Max Becker young upcoming journalist and host of The Kids Edition on SEN trying to get Damo as a guest on his podcast. . .needs to go through management. You can listen to Max and Elle on The Kids Edition HERE. 25.00 – Damo's fear of being ‘critiqued' by the Triple M boys.33.00 – AFL in Tasmania. Hutchy's ‘tongue in cheek' dig at the reports commissioned by the AFL for Tassie.35.00 – Hutchy has poached Gareth Halls from RSN.37.30 – Robbo gets Fact Checked.42.10 - Question of the week for Drinkwise.44.00 – Discussion of the Pride Jersey backlash at Manly Sea Eagles.To send Hutchy and Damo a question jump on Twitter or Facebook or email thesoundingboard@sen.com.auThe Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN.

    Behind You
    College House Party Turned Deadly: The Brentwood Massacare

    Behind You

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 40:08


    It was a typical end of the year college party where all the students got together to celebrate the end of their studies. A particular  party In Brentwood, Australia took a turn for the worst when Matthew De Grood shows up and takes the lives of Kaiti Perras, Lawrence Hong, Jordan segura, Joshua Hunter and Zechariah Rathwell. Matthew seemingly didn't know any of these students prior, so what was his motive for committing Tasmania's largest mass murder?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton
    Jack Penny, Generation Manager for Hydro Tasmania

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 6:24


    Jack Penny, Generation Manager for Hydro Tasmania

    Boundless Body Radio
    Religion and Dietary Guidelines with Dr. Gary and Belinda Fettke! 314

    Boundless Body Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 73:01


    What a crazy honor to host these two warriors in the low-carbohydrate space! Dr. Gary Fettke is a retired Orthopedic Surgeon practicing in Tasmania. Although he has retired from his Orthopedic practice, he remains very vocal in public health advocacy and is currently working with a group to have therapeutic carbohydrate restriction included as a safe option in the management (and prevention) of Type 2 diabetes in Australia.  He has a major interest in the preventative medicine and encourages his patients to lose weight before undergoing surgery. He is an advocate of a low carbohydrate, healthy fat (LCHF) lifestyle for the various health benefits, including the reversal of type 2 diabetes. Along with his wife Belinda, Gary has opened and ended up selling the Nutrition for Life – Diabetes and Health Research Centre, which provides nutritional care around Tasmania and Australia. His wife Belinda took the initiative researching the bio-history of religion and influences of nutrition and dietary guidelines in order to better understand why her husband was targeted for using a high fat low carbohydrate diet by the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the Tasmanian Health Service. Her research revealed a massive influence of Seventh-day Adventism and cereal companies impact on creating dietary guidelines.Find the Fettke's at-https://isupportgary.com/YT- Gary FettkeYT- Belinda FettkeTW- @fructosenoFB- @belindanofructoseLK- Belinda FettkeFind Boundless Body at-myboundlessbody.comBook a session with us here! 

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton
    Dr Michael Lumsden-Steel, AMA Tasmania TSMPS Lead Negotiator

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 23:49


    Dr Michael Lumsden-Steel, AMA Tasmania TSMPS Lead Negotiator

    About Nuance
    99. Daniel Sih | How Rest is the Key to Your Success

    About Nuance

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 55:22


    Daniel is the co-founder of Spacemakers®, a productivity consulting group for busy leaders. His book "Spacemaker - how to unplug, unwind and think clearly in the digital age"; won the Australian Business Book Award in 2021 for personal development, and was a finalist for best technology book and best cover design. As a trainer, coach and keynote speaker, Daniel has worked with CEO's, executives, and other senior professionals throughout Australia and beyond. He is the creator of best-selling productivity courses such as Email Ninja, List Assassin, Priority Samurai, and Making Space (digital wellness training) with more than 20,000 students online and offline. Daniel has a broad professional history, includes leadership roles in physiotherapy, health management, project management and Christian ministry. Daniel lives in Tasmania, Australia with his wife, Kylie, and their three children, Naomi, Caleb and Jethro. He also keeps fourteen pure-bred chickens who eat a lot of grain and lay too few eggs. To learn more about Daniel and his work at Spacemakers, please visit www.spacemakers.com.au > Men's Coaching: https://menareforged.com/manhood > Watch Shorts and Full Interviews: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjklTnT2LOd_06VLlth3DSg > Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CartMorris3 > Watch 1 min Reels: https://www.instagram.com/menareforged/

    SEN Breakfast
    Garry and Tim - Full Show (2.8.22)

    SEN Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 116:44


    On Tuesday morning, Garry and Tim's Ramble included chats about the watchability of Shai Bolton, Tim's knee replacement recovery, their swimming days, and more. In 'Conversation Starters' they talked through the salary cap issues facing the Giants, David Mundy's retirement, Joel Selwood's future, the umpiring of high tackles, and more. And after chatting to Reach Foundation CEO Fergus Watts ahead of the 'Round for Reach' this weekend, Sam Edmund joined them in the studio to deliver plenty of news from the AFL. 'Questions Without Notice' had them discussing Noah Cumberland's recruitment to Richmond, Luke Jackson's future, Tasmania's stadium, and more.

    SEN Breakfast
    Questions Without Notice (2.8.22)

    SEN Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 19:13


    Noah Cumberland at Richmond, Luke Jackson's future at Melbourne, a stadium for Tasmania, your calls, and more.

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps
    Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 7 ‘Say My Name' Recap - The Oz Network TV

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 61:18


    It's an iconic episode of Breaking Bad coming your way today as we go over the 7th episode of the 5th season, Say My Name. Why are we singing Destiny's Child this episode? How amazing is the opening of this episode and does it deserve the love it does? Are we glad to get another Skyler & Jesse scene? Are all the scenes in the middle of the episode very underrated? Why do we love the music in this episode? How iconic is the final scene and is it talked up enough? And do we believe the final scene is the fitting way to end a certain character in this show? Strap yourself in and get ready for an epic episode to listen to!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    Derher for Kids
    28 Moshe Rabbeinu in Tasmania

    Derher for Kids

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 9:52


    Dr. Michael Hasofer was shocked to see a Rabbi in the streets of Tasmania, a day after he made a heartfelt request.

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton
    Sergeant John Delpero from Tasmania Police's Missing Persons Unit

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 11:25


     Sergeant John Delpero from Tasmania Police's Missing Persons Unit

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps
    24 Season 3, Episode 13 'Day 3: 1:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.' Recap - The Oz Network TV

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 66:07


    It's time for the second half of season 3 of 24 as we move into episode 13 of day 3, 1am-2am. Is this episode so crazy it's actually good? Does this episode have the worst twist ending we've seen so far? How great is Penny Johnson Jerald? Are we sad to see the death of a character again this week? Why can't the baby storyline already be done with? Do we like the Nina storyline or is it a bit repetitive? What does Connie Britton have to do with this episode? And will Jack be seeing a tribunal soon after this episode? Lock yourself in and get yourself excited for another great episode!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps
    Nope (Spoiler Free) Review - The Oz Network Movies

    The Oz Network - TV & Film Recaps

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 34:45


    We're here for what may be our last big spoiler free review of the summer as we look at Nope the crazy new movie from the one and only Jordan Peele. How does this stack up against Get Out and Us? Is it scarier because it's not really a horror movie? What classic old school blockbusters does this remind us of? Why is there so much Canadian pop music from the 80s on the soundtrack? Do the CGI effects look like CGI or are we convinced UFOs are real? What ideas do we have for a Nope sequel? Is Noper a good title for that sequel? And what's with the shoe? Hear all our thoughts on this movie as you keep your eyes on the skies, and hopefully don't hurt yourself getting up off the couch.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    Unstoppable Farce; The Mitch Maloney Story

    Mitch describes some behind-the-scenes challenges he ran into while touring the American south with Hannah Gadsby.Endnotes:Todd Barry, Thank You for Coming to Hattiesburg: One Comedian's Tour of Not-Quite-the-Biggest Cities in the World (New York, Gallery Books, 2017) p.70. Capsule Review: the title pretty much covers it. Specific anecdotes about life on the road in 55 cities, mostly smaller-sized, mostly American. Tone is typical Barry knowingly false bravado complaining about minutiae such as limited coffee options in rural outposts and shabby green room decor. Slack Score: 12.6; Snark Score 4.5; Overall FCA ranking: 303Hannah Gadsby, Ten Steps to Nanette; A Memoir Situation (New York, Penguin/Random House, 2022) p. 214. Capsule Review: Exhaustive personal history of life in homophobic Tasmania in the ‘80s and ‘90s as an  impoverished, undiagnosed, autistic lesbian. Often excruciating, occasionally humorous, extremely thorough, touching on seemingly every aspect of her formative years. Slack Score: -14.2; Snark Score: 6; Overall FCA ranking: 16James Acaster, James Acaster's Classic Scrapes (London, Headline Publishing Group, 2017)  p. 301. Capsule Review: A series of challenging or embarrassing scenarios (“scrapes”) that Acaster has found himself in, in more or less chronological order, that are mildly amusing though solidly crafted. Has a skydiving anecdote similar to my own.  Slack score: 9.3; Snark Score: 13.7; Overall FC ranking: 139

    ABC KIDS News Time
    Underwater forest and noisy neighbours

    ABC KIDS News Time

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 12:19


    This week, we meet some Indigenous designers who are off somewhere very fancy, take a dive through an underwater forest, learn about some life-saving backpacks, hear about some rather furry and sometimes noisy new neighbours, and, in our wow of the week, we'll learn about a three-eyed creature of the deep! Quiz questions What is the name of the city where the Indigenous designers will have their work shown in? What are the underwater forests off the coast of Tasmania made from? What accessory has been made to help people in an emergency situation? A farm was bought near Brisbane to help save which animal? How many eyes did the ancient sea creature have?   Bonus tricky question How old is the fossil brain?     Quiz answers New York Kelp Backpacks Koalas Three   Bonus tricky answer 500 million years

    Grow A Small Business Podcast
    232: QFF With over 20 years of experience starting, managing, and growing businesses with less than 50 people, now growing his businesses with satisfying services through using a Net Promoter Score (NPS). (Troy Trewin)

    Grow A Small Business Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 10:06


    In this episode, Rob had an Interview with me to talk about my great experience in using a Net Promoter Score in growing a small business. Net Promoter Score is a great tool that can be used in a business to help gauge customer loyalty. Growing a small business requires monitoring your service to your customers and gaining their trust. So I say, “NPS is an important metric to make sure that our customers are happy.” This Cast Covers: A great tool that can be used in a business to help gauge customer loyalty. Running a quarterly anonymous team survey. Measuring teams' satisfaction. Helping entrepreneurs learn more about how NPS works. Learning the benefits of using NPS. Learning how to make your customers happy with your service.     Quotes: “See how happy people are at the business and what the cultures like.” —Troy Trewin “Measure your team satisfaction.” —Troy Trewin “NPS score gives you that overall benchmark as to where you're sitting.” —Rob Cameron     Music from https://filmmusic.io “Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com. License: CC by http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0  

    Drinks Adventures
    Chris Malcolm, founder Hidden Lake Whisky

    Drinks Adventures

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 41:02


    We're joined this episode by Chris Malcolm from recently launched Tasmanian whisky brand, Hidden Lake.If Chris's name sounds familiar to you, that's because he's had a hand in several of the most significant Australian whisky ventures of the last decade.Chris was an early investor in Lark Distillery — going on to become its executive chairman and then CEO of the related entity, Australian Whisky Holdings.He was an early investor in, and director of, Top Shelf International, and he's currently a director of leading oak barrel supplier, Master Cask, whose founder Darren Langhe we met back in March 2020.Today, Chris is director of group whisky production for ASX-listed craft beverages accelerator Mighty Craft, a role that gives him oversight of distilleries including Kangaroo Island Spirits, 78 Degrees – formerly known as Adelaide Hills Distillery – and Seven Seasons.Joining that portfolio is Hidden Lake, Chris's personal project launched in partnership with Mighty Craft.And there's a rather colourful backstory here, as Hidden Lake's first whiskies were originally distilled at Tasmania's controversial Nant Distillery.To recap, Nant collapsed in 2017 in a cloud of fraudulent activity that cost small investors upwards of $20 million.We had Lark's former managing director Geoff Bainbridge on the podcast to talk about untangling the Lark brand from Nant in November 2020.Now it's time for Chris to tell his side of that story. He says it was Lark's “lowball” offer to investors – those are definitely his words, not mine – that enabled him to get his hands on some of Nant's best barrels.Some of those have begun hitting the market under the Hidden Lake name. And meanwhile, he's laying down more whisky, while looking to acquire a distillery that will be the production home of Hidden Lake.That's just some of what's coming up in this wide-ranging interview with Chris.

    Arroe Collins
    David Liittschwager Releases Photographing Octopus Seahorses And Jellyfish

    Arroe Collins

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 10:11


    Meet three notoriously mysterious sea creatures and their unnerving beauty Acclaimed National Geographic photographer David Liittschwager describes his fascination with the octopus, seahorse and jellyfish this way: “Nature loves to hide. I want to see.” And see he does- creating some of the most mesmerizing images of these tiny often overlooked sea creatures. Liittschwager has spent 12 years photographing octopuses, seahorses and jellyfish in more than 28 locations around the world—from Tasmania to Bonaire, the Florida Keys to the Solomon Islands, Portugal to Japan—equipped with his trusty 500-pound photo studio. Using a white background to capture the smallest of details, including small hairs and translucent tissues, Liittschwager has been able to render the details that would normally go unseen. Accompanying some of the images from the nearly 500 specimens he photographed, are essays by bestselling science writers which further explain the biology of these surprising creatures. While researchers continue to explore to find new sea life, they are in a battle with time as the planet loses species to human activity such as oil spills, global warming, plastic waste and more.

    Sharkpedia
    Climate Change Impacts on Marine Apex Predator Distribution with Dr. Yuri Niella

    Sharkpedia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 53:25


    Just in time for Shark Week, we're going down under to investigate what warming waters will do to the distribution of tiger sharks on the east coast of Australia with tiger shark expert, Dr. Yuri Niella! This week we break down Dr. Yuri Niella et al. (2021) article, "Forecasting intraspecific changes in distribution of a wide-ranging marine predator under climate change." Article Summary: (modified abstract) Climate change is causing animal distributions to shift in response to changing temperatures. Typically shifts in these behaviors are evaluated at the species level, but in this study, Nuriella et al. studied behavioral shifts at the individual level. They investigated 115 tiger sharks, Galeocerdo cuvier, from 2002 to 2020, and evaluated how behavior and distribution differed between sex and maturation class (meaning, juveniles or adults). With this long-term data set, Nuriella et al. modeled how behavior and distribution may continue to change in tiger sharks to 2030, and included environmental factoers and predicted occurence of potential prey. Generalised Linear and Additive Models revealed that water temperature change, particularly at higher latitudes, was the factor most associated with shark movements. Females dispersed southwards during periods of warming temperatures, and while juvenile females preferred a narrow thermal range between 22 and 23 °C, adult female and juvenile male presence was correlated with either lower (23 °C) temperatures. During La Niña, sharks moved towards higher latitudes and used shallower isobaths. Inclusion of predicted distribution of their putative prey signifcantly improved projections of suitable habitats for all shark classes, compared to simpler models using temperature alone. Tiger shark range of the east coast of Australia is predicted to extend~3.5° south towards the east coast of Tasmania, particularly for juvenile males. This study will assist in evaluating the consequences of climate change to species distribution. Follow Dr. Niella on Twitter @Yuri_Niella Follow Sharkpedia on Instagram and Twitter @SharkpediaPod Connect with Sharkpedia: linktr.ee/sharkpediapod Email: thesharkpediapodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sharkpediapod/support

    The Quicky
    "It Happened So Quick" How So Many Aussies End Up Homeless

    The Quicky

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 19:48


    Despite the current economic climate, Australia remains one of the most wealthy countries in the entire world, so why is it that the number of people who are homeless is continuing to increase? The Quicky speaks to an expert in insecure housing in Australia, and hears from a woman whose family has been left without a home despite them all having jobs to find out what is causing such instability, and what can and should be done to help vulnerable people. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at podcast@mamamia.com.au CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at thequicky@mamamia.com.au CREDITS  Host: Claire Murphy With thanks to: Dr Catherine Robinson - Associate Professor in Housing and Communities at the University of Tasmania, and a committed public intellectual and community leader in the areas of homelessness, mental ill-health and child and youth well-being And if you want to reach out and help Carly, you can email the Mix 102.3 breakfast team breakfast@mix1023.com.au  Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to The Quicky at... https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    SEN Breakfast
    Questions Without Notice (27.7.22)

    SEN Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 11:05


    Should the players have a countdown clock, Francis Galbally's Collingwood comments, Tasmania's bid for an AFL team, your calls, and more.

    STR8UP SHOW PODCAST
    Cultural Conversations: Australians

    STR8UP SHOW PODCAST

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 69:39


    In our new series, Cultural Conversations, we seek to speak to and learn from other cultures other than on own. This episode we speak to Abbey, a journalist from Australia, about her life as an Aussie. Abbey then talks about the global misconceptions people when it comes to the land of long weekends. Follow Abbey: Instagram: @abbey_from_newsroom Facebook: @AbbeyVictoria #Australia #Aussie #Str8upshowpodcast #Part1 #NewEpisode #Australians #Queensland #Melborne