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Dr Tim Jones is undoubtedly one of Australia's top cider makers. After starting his drinks production career making industrial cider in Cascade Brewery, Tim joined Willie Smith's as head cider maker in 2014.He stayed in that role until 2020 and during that period of almost six years, Willie Smith's won a stack of trophies for its ciders showcasing the complexity offered by heirloom English and French cider apple varieties.Tim's new venture is Wild Mother Tasmania, a vinegar company that like Willie Smiths is based in the Huon Valley, Tasmania.Wild Mother is dedicated to minimal intervention, unfiltered and unpasteurised vinegars from apples and cherries, some of which have been aged in casks that have previously held bourbon, port and Tasmanian whisky.And more relevantly to this podcast, there are also some liqueurs and apple brandies in the pipeline that you'll hear about, right after Tim explains how he first became interested in exploring the world of craft vinegar.
Booker Prize-winning Tasmanian writer Richard Flanagan's new novel looks at the choices we make and the chain reaction that follows. By way of a literary love affair through nuclear physics to Flanagan's father's time as a Japanese POW, to Richard's own near-death experience, Question 7 explores the power of language, and of dreaming. Richard Flanagan's novels are published in forty-two countries. He won the Booker Prize for The Narrow Road to the Deep North and the Commonwealth Prize for Gould's Book of Fish. A rapid on the Franklin River is named after him.
Alison Lai, CEO of Cancer Council Tasmania, launches Relay for Life for 2024. Talent Manager & Head Coach of the Tasmania Devils, Jeromey Webberley, chats with Tubes about the Tasmanians picked in the AFL draft. And, due to unforeseen circumstances, Hot Tub Garry may now just be known as Garry.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rodney Croome from Equality Tasmania weighs in on the State Government missing the deadline to implement a ban on Conversion Therapy before the end of the year. Ali Duggan, Red Cross State Manager for Migration in Tas, details a cookbook being launched today uniting new Tasmanians. Plus, Kim Gillard from the Running Edge recaps the Point to Pinnacle, and Tubes shares his experience getting up the mountain.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Head of AFL Tasmania, Damian Gill, recaps the Tasmanian picks from the first AFL draft round. Ainstie Wagner, Executive Chef and Community Engagement Facilitator at Government House, shares details of all the things happening at the house on the hill. And, local real estate agent, Anita Fitze, gets her 30 Minutes of Fame on Triple M Hobart.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Phoebe co-founded Companion Cows after falling in love with cows and years of experience rescuing and fostering them. Companion Cows is on a mission to create a kinder world for dairy cows and their babies. Starting as a volunteer with Til the Cows Come Home who were working with The Owl and the Pussycat, Phoebe quickly learnt how to care for rescue calves. Although it was a steep learning curve, it was hugely rewarding. Phoebe put her hand up to be their first foster station in NSW and during that time, she was involved in the rescue of over 100 calves and thousands of battery hens. Phoebe soon took on the full time role of Animal Rescue and Foster Care Coordinator for Til the Cows Come Home. Phoebe crossed paths with a Tasmanian foster carer Krystal who decided to start her own organisation Companion Cows. Phoebe fell in love with the idea of a charity dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming dairy cows, so she joined Krystal in setting up the charity. Companion Cows has a strong focus on sharing the stories of cows who come into their care, as they believe it is critical to help the public connect with dairy cows and raise awareness about their plight. Advocacy is another important pillar of their work, with the organisation supporting people to ditch dairy. Last Christmas, Phoebe received a call from a farmer who had twin calves needing a home. Phoebe rushed to pick up Missy and Bart and they instantly found a place in her heart. Phoebe could not part with Missy and Bart and they are one month off celebrating their first birthday in her care. In this episode, Phoebe shares her years of experience rescuing animals, as well as Missy and Bart's heart warming rescue story and some of the challenges involved in caring for cows. https://www.instagram.com/wanderingphebes/https://www.instagram.com/companion_cowshttps://www.companioncows.org/
Recognised as one of Australia's nine most influential female entrepreneurs, Hailey Brown has become a catalyst for change within the tourism industry. Upon recognising that blind and low-vision tourists were precluded from travelling as tourism marketing is visual, she created the world's first sensory audio tourism app, Vacayit. She is highly experienced in the field of accessible tourism, universal design, inclusion, and diversity and aims to drive positive societal change around how destinations and operators market their experiences.Visit Northern Tasmania's Chief Executive Officer, Tracey Mallett, sits down with Hailey at the 2023 Tasmanian Tourism Conference where she presented on how tourism operators can market their inclusive tourism experience.Hailey gets straight to the point and says it all comes down to operators making a start and simply considering people with disability. Ask yourself the question, are you thinking of every single customer? 1 in 5 people live with disability in Australia – and this includes a vast array of physical and mental disabilities. Start off by targeting one, and the continue to build off that.Further to this, Hailey says it's about both infrastructure and experience. It's more than just widening a doorway or putting a ramp in – it's about every touchpoint of the visitor journey. Resources such as Tourism Australia as well as peak bodies and service providers have lots of information that will point you in the right direction to get started. But it all starts by asking and listening to people with disability – asking the question, what can make your experience better?Disability awareness training for your staff is a very good starting point as it will teach your staff to be welcoming of everyone. There is also a lot of opportunity within technology. Hailey's organisation, Vacayit, creates immersive sensory audio guides for people who are blind and vision impaired off the back of recognising an obvious gap in how tourism operators were marketing their products and experiences purely off of sight alone.Hailey is hopeful that Tasmania's tourism industry – one that thrives off of working collaboratively – can lead the way in accessible tourism experiences. If you want to take that first step and to look at your business through an accessible lens, please contact Hannah Lang, our Quality Tourism Advisor, who can provide you free access to complete the Accessibility Accreditation Module. Email us at email@example.com. Today's episode is brought to you by our partner, Tasmania Parks & Wildlife Service. PWS presents, protects and manages Tasmania's extraordinary landscapes in partnership with the community. They work to conserve the state's natural and cultural heritage while providing for sustainable use and economic opportunities for the Tasmanian community. Thanks to Tasmania Parks & Wildlife for their generous support of TICT and for helping to make this episode of Talking Tourism possible.
TGIM, Betch! Let's talk about weird family dishes! This influencer is showing off her family dish, mashing potato chips and creating a face hamburger out of mince! Someone had an issue with Ricki's boobs during her Sunrise performance! We go through your messages and comments with Mailbag! You've gotta hear how Shaq completely ignores this British reporter at the F1 in Vegas! More in the Glossys! Let's go to Lazy Town... how lazy are you? Apparently laziness can be a sign of high intelligence. What made you so late? A 600kg seal has blocked a Tasmanian woman from getting to work on time! Follow us @rickileetimjoel!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to our final episode of the Conservation of Tasmanian Plants mini-series.Today, our botany hosts Kate and Katya have the incredible privilege of chatting with Professor Greg Jordan, a paleobotanist and plant science lecturer at the University of Tasmania. Greg shares some of his career highlights and his love for Tasmanian native flora, and shows us why Tassie is such a unique place to study both fossil and living plants. His lifelong passion for botany is utterly contagious, so we guarantee you'll walk away wanting to learn more about plants!Show theme music: Kevin MacLeodHost: Dr. Kate Johnson (@KatePlantPhys)Co-Host: Katya Bandow (@KatyaBandow)Production: Ryan SmithMedia & Promotion: Georgia Stewart (@ggstew25)
Clancy Overall, Errol Parker and Wendall Hussey wrap up all the biggest stories from the week - live from the Desert Rock FM studio in downtown Betoota. Betoota on Instagram Betoota on TikTok Produced by DM PodcastsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The AFL's Executive General Manager of Game Development Rob Auld joined Brent and Painey to discuss the governing body's new $500,000 Tasmanian talent pathway. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jack Riewoldt joined Brent and Painey in the studio to discuss his role with the Tasmanian AFL club, the survey that launched yesterday, the 'Map' and his new book. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, you'll learn about the possible return of the Tasmanian tiger, the future of hurricanes, and how one animal shelter made a stunning discovery. Tasmanian Tigers “For the first time, researchers decoded the RNA of an extinct animal.” by Katherine Kornei. 2023. “Facts About Tasmanian Tigers.” by Alina Bradford. 2017. “Genome of the Tasmanian tiger provides insights into the evolution and demography of an extinct marsupial carnivore.” by Charles Y. Feigin, et al. 2017. “Historical RNA expression profiles from the extinct Tasmanian tiger.” by Emilio Marmol-Sanchez, et al. 2023. Intensifying Hurricanes “What's driving an increasing number of hurricanes to rapidly intensify?” by Carolyn Gramling. 2023. “2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season.” disasterphilanthropy.org. 2023. “Why the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season is especially hard to predict.” by Carolyn Gramling. 2023. Dog-Fox Hybrid “Shelter Rescues Injured Animal - Turns Out To Be World's First Dog-Fox Hybrid.” by Alice Gibbs. 2023. “Pampas Fox.” animalia.bio. 2023. “Hybridization in Canids - A Case Study of Pampas Fox (Lycalopex gymnocercus) and Domestic Dog (Canis lupus familiaris) Hybrid.” by Bruna Elenara Szynwelski, et al. 2023. Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
5pm - Tacoma college athlete makes history as the first female to record a tackle in NCAA men's football // Tasmanian woman has to call out of work because a 1300lb seal was blocking her car // LETTERS
SEN Tassie breakfast host and WIN News reporter Brent Costelloe joined Julian De Stoop to discuss the announcement of $500,000 per year being invested into player pathways in Tasmanian footy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Julian De Stoop takes the reigns for another jam-packed whirlwind of a Tuesday afternoon on SEN and has an all-star cast lined up today SEN Tassie breakfast host Brent Costelloe joins to chat about the latest investment into Tasmanian footy pathways Storm CEO Justin Rodski discusses the 2024 NRL draw release Bharat Sundaresan previews the upcoming Cricket World Cup semi-finals Global Game host Simon Hill looks at the Socceroos World Cup qualifier against Bangladesh this week Crows AFLW midfielder Anna Hatchard joins in the midst of the finals Twitter: @DwaynesWorldSEN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The young Tasmanian is a top-five hope in the 2023 AFL Draft after a superb year for Tasmania and The Allies. North Melbourne is rumoured to have shown plenty of interest in the left-footer. The Kangaroos hold picks two and three in the draft.
Minako learnt how beautiful Japanese culture is through Duncan, her husband who is a classical martial artist. Now she is showing Tasmanian people the Japanese beauty. - 日本にいるときには、気づかなかった日本文化の美しさ。夫、ダンカンさんと日本文化の交流の輪をホバートで広げています
Season 15, Episode 7: We've reached the stage of the World Cup where very few teams have been eliminated yet it is the four who are currently in the semi-final positions who would need to trip up badly to not feature in the big games in a few weeks from now. England are one of those - their last week was even worse than the one before, which really took some doing. After all that, we take a look some off-field bits and pieces, including CA's annual report, a massive Tasmanian run chase, and tip our lids to an umpiring great. Your Nerd Pledge number this week: 6.17 - Prathamesh Deshpande Support the show with a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Sign up to learn about all the Lord's Taverners projects at bit.ly/tavssignup Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com Title track by Urthboy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Challenging our assumptions on toxinsWhat's more terrifying than the true life tales of bloodcurdling and breathstopping toxins? This Hallows' Eve we're taking a page from the history books to make sense of puzzling poisons of our past and present.Dr. Kaylee Byers speaks with Toxicologist Dr. Kimberly Garrett as they connect the dots across the globe of some of the most notorious and subtle poisonings in history. From investigating the final words of a disgraced emperor, tragic fates of conquesting explorers, wisdom from whimsical alchemists and desperate Victorian candy maker ploys, they demystify the distinction between necessary warning labels to lifelines concocted with a drop of poison.In these ghoulish stories, a healthy dose of information could be a lifesaver.—Highlights:(08:46) - Origins of 'the dose Makes the poison', a sometimes right alchemist(20:30) - A deathly candy maker on hallows eve(23:28) - Toxins in the water, understanding PFAS—Learn-A-Long: (Coming Soon)—Resources:Was Napolean Poisoned? | American Museum of Natural HistoryA Visit to Longwood | Napoleon.orgPick Your Poison - 12 Toxic Tales | National GeographicParalytic Shellfish Poisoning Safe Shellfish | Fisheries Research Board of CanadaUnprecedented toxic algal blooms impact on Tasmanian seafood industryParacelsus, the Alchemist Who Wed Medicine to Magic | Science History Institute“The Dose Makes the Poison” | Chemical Safety FactsEveryday Toxicology – The dose makes the poison & the cure | Michigan State UniversityBox Jellyfish | National GeographicPhylogenetic and Selection Analysis of an Expanded Family of Putatively Pore-Forming Jellyfish Toxins (Cnidaria: Medusozoa) | Genome Biology and EvolutionFollowing Lewis and Clark's Trail of Mercurial Laxatives | DiscoverHow Tainted Treats Led to a Halloween Tragedy in 1858 | Atlas ObscuraMulti- and Transgenerational Effects of Developmental Exposure to Environmental Levels of PFAS and PFAS Mixture in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) | ToxicsPFAS Resources | PFAS ExchangePFAS Free Producsts| PFAS CentralThe US National Institutes of Health's searchable chemical database | PubChemImproving governance of “forever chemicals” in the US and beyond | One EarthArsenic Exposure and Toxicology: A Historical Perspective | Society of ToxicologyThe gastric disease of Napoleon Bonaparte: brief report for the bicentenary of Napoleon's death on St. Helena in 1821 | Virchows Archiv—Credit:Bonapartes Retreat - Kay Starr - Pee Wee King | CapitolRule, Britannia - Royal Choral Society - The Philharmonia Orchestra | His Master's Voice
A United Nations representative says the situation in Gaza is a "political and humanitarian catastrophe"; Bruce Lehrmann named as the high profile person charged with rape in Queensland; A top Tasmanian greyhound trainer banned from the sport for life.
Macquarie Point Stadium engineer Dean Coleman joined Garry and Sam in the studio to talk about his recommendations to the Tasmanian government about the stadium and the precinct, how they've capped public spending at $750m, the other infrastructure that will be available at the precinct, how a Tasmanian AFL team can save grass roots football in the state, the capacity they're aiming for with the stadium, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Polling day for the referendum for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament is just days away, and Australia's southernmost state – Tasmania – is seen as key to determining the result. The latest polls suggest sentiment in the state is trending towards a Yes vote, but there's concern they're not painting an accurate picture. - 「先住民の声を国会に」に関する国民投票の投票日まであと数日となりましたが、オーストラリアの最南部の州、タスマニアが結果のカギを握ると見られています。
Polling day for the referendum for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament is just days away, and Australia's southernmost state – Tasmania – is seen as key to determining the result. The latest polls suggest sentiment in the state is trending towards a Yes vote, but there's concern they're not painting an accurate picture.
This week take a wander into the real fern gully to meet the Tasmanian tree fern a truly ancient giant of the bush. Aaron has news of teams helping to stop coral bleaching on barrier reef. All this and more this week the cupboard is open come on in!
Tasmania Kid stumbles across a secret Decepticon base and gets captured, leaving Optimus Lion and the Maximals forced to go saved his stupid Tasmanian ass.Episode Rating: "Not Enough Energon" (unanimous)Subscribe to our Patreon to access exclusive content every week at https://www.patreon.com/lazorcombVideo Version:https://youtu.be/ZvMspzj-OFwShow Links:https://linktr.ee/lazorcombJoin The Lazor Comb Discord:https://youtu.be/EqHGMxUbgCgSocials:https://www.instagram.com/christophersiegehttps://www.tiktok.com/@neo_kal ★ Support this podcast ★
by Jessica Wynne Lockhart • There are three known wild contagious cancers in vertebrates, and Tasmanian devils have two of them. What does that mean for the endangered marsupials? The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.
Few Australian distillery launches in 2023 have been greeted with the excitement surrounding Waubs Harbour in Bicheno, Tasmania.It's easy to see why. The distillery's striking location in a former oyster hatchery on the rugged Tassie coast promises a true maritime expression of Australian single malt whisky.The founders bring with them some pretty impressive pedigree in both distilling and business generally.Head distiller Rob Polmear was previously head of production at Lark Distillery, and head distiller at Overeem.He's banded together with our guests this episode – his brother Tim Polmear and Tim's wife, Bec – who in 2015 successfully exited an e-commerce business, Flat Tummy Tea.Since our conversation, Waubs Harbour has revealed the identity of its distributor, Proof & Company, which also represents brands including Never Never Gin, Ferrand Cognac, Plantation Rum and more.Click here to open episode in your podcast player.
On today's podcast, an app for survivors of school shootings; indoor farming ideas; genetic material recovered from the extinct Tasmanian tiger; learn about the grammar of talking about alien life followed by a discussion about aliens.
Terry Cullen is the founder and director of The Cullen Vivarium, and Dragonwood Wildlife Conservancy, (https://www.facebook.com/DragonwoodConservancy/) senior member of the IUCN Crocodile Specialist Group and eight of the subgroups. Terry is also a member of Species Survival Commission, Crocodile DNA Group, American Society of Herpetologists and Icthyologists, and Mabuwia Foundarion for conservation of Philippine crocodiles. Founder of Chinese alligator project, Conceptualizer and efectuater of the AZA Crocodilian School. First person to ever establish a fund raising program for crocodilian conservation. CycluraCreated first conservation program for the critically endangered Grand Cayman Blue Iguana (Cyclura lewisi)Rediscovered the crested toad (Bufo lemur) In 1963. Thought to be extinct since the 1920'sRediscovered the Jamaican rock iguana (Cyclura collei) in 1983. Thought to be extinct since the 1920'sPast chairman of the Gharial survival group (USA)Terry joins the show this week to discuss the possibility of wild Thylacines (Tasmanian Tigers) and the ongoing research the surrounds them.Click that play button, and let's unravel the mysteries of the UNTOLD! Remember to like, share, and subscribe to our channel to stay updated on all the latest discoveries and adventures. See you there!Join Barnaby Jones each Monday on the Untold Radio Network Live at 12pm Central – 10am Pacific and 1pm Eastern. Come and Join the live discussion next week. Please subscribe.We have ten different Professional Podcasts on all the things you like. New favorite shows drop each day only on the UNTOLD RADIO NETWORKTo find out more about Barnaby Jones and his team, (Cryptids, Anomalies, and the Paranormal Society) visit their website www.WisconsinCAPS.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4602609/advertisement
NPR explains why the president of the United Auto Workers is pushing for a four-day workweek. CNN reports on how the failure of two dams in Libya resulted in severe flooding and thousands of deaths. CNN also spoke with citizens who say negligence is to blame. Americans can’t afford their pets. It’s pushing animal shelters to the brink. Vox details what’s behind the crisis. The Tasmanian tiger has been extinct for almost 100 years. Popular Mechanics looks at how scientists are trying to return it from the dead.