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A new show about startups founded in Melbourne scaling to global success. What can founders, teams, investors and fellow Melbourne entrepreneurs learn from their success and failures? Find out on Scale Up by LaunchVic. More information go to www.launchvic.org Season 1: Culture Amp - founded in 2012 to help medium to large companies scale and grow their culture. In 2018 they raised a $49 million Series C round. Season 2: Redbubble - founded in 2006 as a three sided global artist marketplace w ...
 
We’ve started this podcast to create a dialogue with you, that may help solve a 1929 murder in Toorak. If you want to know more, or help in the amateur sleuthing, we’ve uploaded documents and images to our website www.murderarchives.com.au to complement the podcast. About the case. On 9 September 1929, Norma McLeod, an unmarried 29-year-old teacher was found unconscious in her parent’s home in the prestigious suburb of Toorak. A pair of men’s underpants lay across her forehead. By 5pm that d ...
 
As we enter a new decade, ARENA is launching season three of our podcast ReWired. Together we will look at the different pieces of Australia’s energy puzzle, and learn how they might come together in a future powered by renewables. Over six episodes, energy experts and innovators will explore a wide range of topics - the role of large-scale storage in balancing the grid, the transition to a consumer-driven energy system, and the electric vehicle revolution driving us to a more sustainable tr ...
 
We’re losing the illusion that we live in a classless country. But it remains a deeply uncomfortable subject for some and most of the talking about class is been done by people who benefit from the status quo: middle class, private school and tertiary educated. That is, THE AUSTRALIAN MEDIA. Up Ya Class is a counter-point. Hosted by veteran podcaster and comedian Dave O’Neil, slightly less veteran broadcaster and comedian Nelly Thomas, and actual working person with no podcast experience wha ...
 
Looking for what might be the new normal, one person at a time who knows their field. Each episode we ask experienced people how their specific field, life, industry or community will be different post pandemic. There’s no way any one person can conceptualise everything that’s going to change, so I’ll keep it specific, based on as much experience as I can muster from people that are happy to think about what comes after. Subscribe where you’re listening now or on you podcast app to get every ...
 
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Old musa acuminata and been-a-long-time deoxyribonucleic acid. Two long names but that's not enough. There's something else going on. Thinking Music From the incredible Curb Your Enthusiasm. Links to the answer Breakthroughs.com How Stuff Works Check out the Somehow Related Facebook Group too. And tell a friend about the show. Somehow Related is pr…
 
"I sort of stumbled into comedy, originally a complete accident." His blog took off, went through the radio stations and kept going from there. Titus came running into comedy from the wing, age early 30s. Titus O'Reily on Twitter, TitusOReily.com, Facebook, Instagram Dave's on Facebook and Twitter. Other podcast with Dave out now; Somehow Related w…
 
Quick facts about our topics this episode. Peanuts - the average European eats less than 1 tbsp of peanut butter a year. Dynamite - on the patent application it was also called "Nobel's Safety Powder" Check out the Somehow Related Facebook Group too. And tell a friend about the show. Also, it was Sam's birthday the other day. No one made a fuss. Li…
 
From the great sketch comedy troupe that started out at Ballarat acting school. He's a former bouncer at the MCG Long Room working with his Grandfather and the retired police, "From now on, waters in between those!" Their first Melbourne International Comedy Festival was in 2012. And nominated for Golden Gibbo! 4 years later it became a full time j…
 
The Australian dollar bill was taken out of circulation the same year The Terminator film was released in theatres. That's not how they're related though. Links to the answer ScreenRant Business Insider Thinking music Bill Hader impersonates Arnold Schwarzenegger Somehow Related is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. The robot's voice comes from…
 
In Western Australia and doing live gigs, just not well. Weekends only at the moment. WA has been cut off from the rest of Australia for months now. The huge western state of Australia closed its borders early and has very low case numbers. "One road in" Andrew says. Technically it's the most isolated capital city in the world. "They're all doing W…
 
Bread is found almost everywhere and the credit card companies would have you think they're accepted everywhere. That's not the link though. Join the Somehow Related Facebook Group and tell a friend about the show! Links to the answer Wikipedia Thinking music American Express travellers cheques Somehow Related is produced by Nearly, a podcast netwo…
 
A nostalgic Australian television catch up (after a quick chat about matresses) including Let the Blood Run Free?, Jimoen's show, warming up a TV audience, the beginnings of Rockwiz, The Panel, The Amazing Jonathan (documentary), table tennis, cooking and, of course, more. Cameo from Brian's wife Sue! Dave's on Facebook and Twitter. Other podcast w…
 
They're known to be frank, blunt, no-nonsense and frugal. And then there's the Dutch people who are tall and ride bikes? No clues in stereotypes but the two are Somehow Related. Links to the answer Washington Post WebMD Thinking music Austin Powers Faja - YouTube Somehow Related is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. The robot's voice comes from…
 
Host of ABC Melbourne Breakfast, you've seen him on ABCTV and maybe at a school fundraiser! Unaware of when the cactus hour could arrive Sammy's hiding out in his study to talk to Dave. More of Sammy J on ABC iView, his website, Instagram and ABC Melbourne Breakfast. Check out the t-shirt that Randy doesn't like so much here on Instagram. Dave and …
 
The TV show, not Heimlich Tonight! The huge TV show Happy Days! And the way famous way to stop people from choking. Sometimes referred to as 'abdominal thrusts'. Links to the answer The Daily News The Spectrum Anthony Quinn on Wikipedia, not part of the answer Thinking music An original composition by Glenn, Dave and Courtney Somehow Related is pro…
 
Eric Bana's tonigth show, Poida interview, John Wayne Bobbit, Steve Vizard walks into a writers room, The Grill Team on Triple M Melbourne, Trevor Marmalade, Eddie McGuire, Spicks and Specks, Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton and more. Sergio started The Grill Team and produced a hell of a lot of entertainment shows. Check out Titus n Sergio'…
 
Without their hard outer shells (skull and bowl) they're both pretty wobbly. But that wouldn't make for such a great episode. So there's something deeper, something more clever, something... somehow... related. On Facebook? Check out the Somehow Related Group Links to the answer Gizmodo The Straight Dope Thinking music YouTube: That Mitchell and We…
 
Cat politics, Vince Colosimo biopic, the Neville Bartos story, Split Enz, helicopter hair, Denise Scott's husband, SIZZLETOWN, Triple R and more! Dave's on Facebook and Twitter. Other podcast with Dave out now; Somehow Related with Glenn Robbins and Dave O'Neil The Junkees - Dave and Kitty The Debrief is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. Origi…
 
A brief timeout from finding connections to answer some audience questions. Not all Somehow Related related. But they did arrive from the Somehow Related Facebook Group On Facebook? Check out the Somehow Related Group Links to the answer Mental Floss Children's Museum Thinking music When a stranger calls (YouTube) Somehow Related is produced by Nea…
 
The patch can create darkness, but that doesn't explain it. Sam!?!? On Facebook? Check out the Somehow Related Group Links to the answer Mental Floss Children's Museum Thinking music When a stranger calls (YouTube) Somehow Related is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. The robot's voice comes from Google Home. They're pretty good. Original theme…
 
The NSW north coast is not such a bad place to spend the global pandemic. Mandy lives in Mullumbimby just 20 mins from Byron Bay. More Mandy Nolan here. Dave's on Facebook and Twitter. Other podcast with Dave out now; Somehow Related with Glenn Robbins and Dave O'Neil The Junkees - Dave and Kitty The Debrief is produced by Nearly, a podcast network…
 
Just going to leave this one here. On Facebook? Check out the Somehow Related Group Links to the answer Wikipedia Thinking music Debussy performance Somehow Related is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. The robot's voice comes from Google Home. They're pretty good. Original theme music by Kit Warhurst. Artwork created by Stacy Gougoulis. Lookin…
 
Radio host, TV host, comedian and Melburnian in lockdown. At home with two kids, some home schooling and you might have seen his Instagram videos "Zoom for one more?" First time on the show Ladies and Gentlemen. The very funny - you know him from Lego Masters, Spicks and Specks, maybe the odd radio show or Gap Year series - Hamish Blake! Lego Maste…
 
Did sausages get caught lying about their emissions? Are Volkswagen cars made with a thin film around them to keep their parts together? We don't know yet but find out on this episode. On Facebook? Check out the Somehow Related Group Links to the answer Wikipedia Thinking music Herbie movie trailer Somehow Related is produced by Nearly, a podcast n…
 
He's up to many things; illustration, podcasting, comedy and videogames. PODCAST: Filthy Casuals PODCAST: The Little Dum Dum Club Tommy on Instagram Dave's on Facebook and Twitter. Other podcast with Dave out now; Somehow Related with Glenn Robbins and Dave O'Neil The Junkees - Dave and Kitty The Debrief is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. Or…
 
James is the Chief Technology Officer Asia-Pacific at SEEK, the massive online job board. This episode was recorded on 5 June 2020 Hastened digitisation thanks to Covid-19 means the decisions CTOs make affect how everyone will work. Behind that is corporate coding culture, expected to become more like open source coding culture without the office. …
 
Reptiles, grapes, fangs, vines, scales, fruit, venom, crushing hangover. There's something there. Might it be that wine keeps snakes away? And did you know a country nearby Australia has no snakes. The Ireland of the Pacific! Find out in the episode. On Facebook? Check out the Somehow Related Group Links to the answer Wikipedia Thinking music Sidew…
 
There's a long history between Dave and Shaun that spans some classic comedy television shows, skits, characters and behind the scenes occurrences. Dave's on Facebook and Twitter. The Debrief is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. Original theme music by Kit Warhurst. Hear the making of The Debrief theme song. Artwork created by Stacy Gougoulis.…
 
These two go way back. But that's for you, Glenn and Dave to find out. Hippo fact. They're an introduced species in Colombia and the USA. Pablo Escobar is responsible for introducing them to Colombia. The Wikipedia article about that is a pretty interesting read. Soup-only facts don't have so many murderous drug dealers. For example; Soups are clas…
 
The corn chips and the happiest place in the world (also now home to the NBA). Thanks to John for messaging Sam on Facebook with this suggestion. On Facebook? Check out the Somehow Related Group Links to the answer Business Insider Somehow Related is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. The robot's voice comes from Google Home. They're pretty goo…
 
Pantos, walking through the West End with a pan of boiling soup, riding motorbikes in isolation, Dublin chicken shops, many different dinners, recommendations, career choices and more. Ross lives out on a farm so the time spent stuck at home hasn't been cramped. For someone who's all about live gigs, that's been missing of late. Probably the longes…
 
Did they every do a duet? Maybe roll the arm over together? Got to be something else. But they're definitely Somehow Related. On Facebook? Check out the Somehow Related Group Links to the answer ABC.net.au InternationalCricketHall.com Thinking Music Kamahl reads Lady Gaga Somehow Related is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. The robot's voice c…
 
First time on the pod and host of Gruen Transfer on ABC! Wil's spending time in his new house and quite proud of setting up the speaker system. Wil's podcasts include TOFOP, Wilosophy, FOFOP and 2 Guys 1 Cup Wil on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Dave's on Facebook and Twitter. The Debrief is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. Original theme mu…
 
The Great Wall is over 21,000 kms long.Sticky rice is also called glutenous rice, but contains no gluten (much like the Great Wall).The literal translation of the Chinese name for the Great Wall is The Long Wall.If you store cooked sticky rice it will get sticker over time. And you can freeze it for up to 2 months.Still not closer to how they're re…
 
"My wife's not going to say thank you for that information" - Karl Chandler Karl has been on The Debrief before, here in 2017. Find The Little Dum Dum Club where you're listening on a podcast app. Karl on Twitter Dave's on Facebook and Twitter. The Debrief is produced by Nearly, a podcast network. Original theme music by Kit Warhurst. Hear the maki…
 
This stuff is rife during the pandemic. And not just Bill Gates, 5G, bleach or hydroxychloroquine. Irene, among other things, shares a rumour that started in the Philippines that spiked the price of eggs. No one wants that. Her humanitarian experience in information is fascinating. Currently tracking rumours in South East Asia from her home in Melb…
 
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