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This is the podcast channel for everything Matty Johns. Every week during the NRL season we'll publish an episode of Matty's Fox Sports Australia show, we'll also be publishing episodes of Matty at home with the rest of the Johns family, wife Trish and sons Jack and Cooper. You'll get all the experts talking about the NRL, and hear Jack and Coop giving Matt heaps, it's all here.
 
Daily Telegraph crime editor Mark Morri speaks with cold case detectives investigating the 1970 abduction disappearance of five-year-old Cheryl Grimmer from a beach in Wollongong. He also talks to Cheryl's brother Ricki about the trauma of growing up with the crime after taking his eyes off his sister for one minute.
 
Netflix vs. HBO. Nike vs. Adidas. Business is war. Sometimes the prize is your wallet or your attention. Sometimes, it’s just the fun of beating the other guy. The outcome of these battles shapes what we buy and how we live. Business Wars gives you the unauthorized, real story of what drives these companies and their leaders, inventors, investors and executives to new heights -- or to ruin. Hosted by David Brown, former anchor of Marketplace. From Wondery, the network behind Dirty John and A ...
 
In Australia former detective Roger Rogerson has come to epitomise the bad cop - up to his elbows in corruption of public officials, drug crime and murder. Daily Telegraph crime editor Mark Morri and former NSW Assistant Commissioner Clive Small discuss Rogerson's life and crimes from his career in the criminal investigation branch in the 1960s to the murder of drug dealer Jamie Gao in 2014.
 
The Daily Telegraph gives you a front seat at the trial of a monster. Queues of people waited for hours to get into the Sydney courtroom to see and hear serial killer Ivan Milat on trial for the murders of seven young backpackers in 1996. Now after his death in jail, The Daily Telegraph has recreated the most dramatic moments of what was the trial of the century.
 
At 11.52pm on August 10, 2002, unassuming rugby fan David Breckenridge called his best friend from a phone box and told him he was on his way over to watch an international match on TV. Eight minutes later he was dead. The person, or persons, who stabbed and bashed the Sydney man to death the night after his 28th birthday remain at large. Investigative reporter Nicole Hogan's five-part true crime podcast series on the perplexing and brutal, unsolved murder of an ordinary guy.
 
Two mothers, Denise Govendir and Eva Webel, both murdered in their homes 15 years apart. Both crimes appeared to be robberies gone wrong. Both cases remain unsolved. Now a Sunday Telegraph* investigation by Yoni Bashan and Claire Harvey has found the links and coincidences between the bashing deaths go even deeper. The women lived a short walk from each other, were both trying to finalise a divorce and in the quiet, peaceful suburb of Dover Heights they are the only murders ever to occur the ...
 
Sheffield Talking News contains a digest of articles taken with kind permission from the previous weekly editions of the Sheffield Star, The Sheffield Telegraph and the Yorkshire Post.Also available on Amazon Alexa via the My Talking Newspaper service. Just say Alexa, enable My Talking Newspaper. Sheffield Talking News contains a digest of articles taken with kind permission from the previous weekly editions of the Sheffield Star, The Sheffield Telegraph and the Yorkshire Post.
 
The Daily and Sunday Telegraph looked at the William Tyrrell investigation on the first anniversary of his disappearance and conducted the most detailed media interviews at the time or since with the missing boy's foster parents. Neither parent can be named and at the time we couldn't even say they were foster parents ( a ruling overturned last month by the Supreme Court). Three years after William vanished from his home in Kendall police are just as baffled about what happened to him. We ar ...
 
In CoronaNomics, we talk to the world’s top economic thinkers about how to tackle the economic impact of coronavirus. Presented by Ben Chu (Economics Editor of The Independent) with Lizzy Burden (Economics Reporter at the Daily Telegraph). An Econ Films production.
 
Susie and Peter are married Masters of Wine (they really should get out more). In this upbeat show they bring wine to life with a smile via interviews, chat, travel, food, gentle bickering, tips, competitive wine-offs, a quirky wine A-Z and your questions. It’s enough to drive anyone to drink... A top-10 US & UK podcast (Chartable - Apple, Food), recommended in The Daily Telegraph, Evening Standard, Club Oenologique, PodNews and The Drinks Business. Reviews say: 'Laugh-out-loud' (Claire), 'L ...
 
A former Head of BBC TV History programmes, Laurence has specialized in writing books and making television documentaries about World War Two, the Nazis and Stalinism for thirty years. He won a BAFTA and a Peabody for his TV series 'The Nazis: A Warning from History' and a British Book Award for his book on Auschwitz, which is also the world's best selling book on this notorious camp. His book 'the Holocaust: A New History' was described by the Times as 'exemplary' and by the Daily Telegraph ...
 
In 2020, the Ladbrokes Cox Plate Carnival will celebrate the 100th running of The Race Where Legends Are Made - The Ladbrokes Cox Plate. Award winning journalists Andrew Rule and Leo Schlink will bring you the untold stories from those who made their name in the famous weight-for-age race - from Hugh Bowman on Winx, to Glen Boss on Makybe Diva and Greg Childs on Sunline.
 
The Ibrahims are Sydney's most fascinating family. And in 2016 when police began an undercover operation into members of the family and their associates, few could have predicted the result. Less than two years later, more than 20 people were arrested over a billion dollar drug and tobacco smuggling ring. But the investigation also pulled back the curtain on the Ibrahim clan and gave unprecedented insight into the complex politics and heated rivalries within the family and their associates t ...
 
In this podcast series, author and journalist Dolly Alderton will be talking to guests about their most defining relationships: the passion, heartbreak, longing, familiarity and fondness that have formed who they are. The podcast is being released to tie-in with Dolly Alderton’s debut book, Everything I Know About Love which is out now in paperback with a brand new chapter: Everything I Know At Thirty. Dolly Alderton is an award winning journalist and bestselling author. She has a column in ...
 
Straight Up is the chart-topping UK music podcast pulling back the curtain on your favourite artists with the people who know them best. Co-hosted by Telegraph journalist Eleanor Halls and GQ journalist Kathleen Johnston, Straight Up extracts the juiciest stories, the most valuable career advice and expert insight on music's most important headlines from the talent behind your favourite talent: from the biggest producer in the game to the top managers, via the most legendary publicist and mo ...
 
This Australian bush fire season has been unprecedented. In this podcast you will hear harrowing accounts of survival and the incredible acts of bravery and kindness which are helping the town of Malua Bay in southern New South Wales on the path to recovery. The town’s cast of heroes is a long one - the young surf life saver whose quick thinking spared hundreds of lives at the town beach, the RFS volunteers whose houses burned while they were saving others and the now homeless pharmacist who ...
 
This novel, also known as The Invasion of 1910, is a 1906 novel written mainly by William Le Queux (with H. W. Wilson providing the naval chapters). It is one of the more famous examples of Invasion literature and is an example of pre-World War I Germanophobia, as it preached the need to prepare for war with Germany. The book takes the form of a military history and includes excerpts from the characters' journals and letters and descriptions of the fictional German campaign itself. The novel ...
 
The Sound of the Hound is a podcast series about the people and the technology that brought recorded music to the masses in Victorian London and beyond. In it, journalist and author James Hall and music industry executive Dave Holley chronicle the adventures of the early sound pioneers as they risked life and limb to capture sound and launch the music business as we know it today. In particular, the series focuses on a genius called Fred Gaisberg. The world’s first A&R man, Fred was a ni ...
 
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Mobbsy, Buzz and Mick are back for the season, we start with a big round up and look forward with the boys looking at what's happened in the off season and what lies ahead for the year.. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the…
 
1400 testimonies, detailing rapes and assaults, collected from NSW schoolgirls. Queensland refuses to pay for its Sydney hotel quarantine bill. Jaycar boss can’t buy his way out of a letterbox stoush in Avalon. Prizemoney boost for horse races across NSW. For updates and breaking news throughout the day take out a subscription at dailytelegraph.com…
 
The stimulus bill that is being pushed does not benefit the people, it benefits the [DS]/[CB] handlers who they have to payoff. There is no reason a stimulus money needs to go anywhere else except the people. The [CB] is losing control, they tried to push people away from Crypto its not working. The Fed system crashes after Yellen says Bitcoin is i…
 
Back to class: School days will not be longer, says Gavin Williamson Schools reopening: All you need to know about return on March 8 Covid vaccine: All adults with learning disabilities prioritised after Jo Whiley campaign Tiger Woods: Golf star 'agitated and impatient' ahead of near-fatal car crash, witness claims How it happened: Everything we kn…
 
Award winning historian, Laurence Rees, answers the key question - How did Auschwitz evolve into a place where over a million people were murdered? Laurence is the author of 'Auschwitz: The Nazis and the 'Final Solution' which won history book of the year at the British Book Awards. It is also the world's bestselling book on the history of the camp…
 
Award winning historian, Laurence Rees, answers the key question - Why did Hitler hate the Jews? Laurence is the author of 'the Holocaust: A New History', described by the Sunday Times as 'absorbing, heart breaking', by the Mail on Sunday as 'Groundbreaking' and by the Daily Telegraph as 'The finest single volume account of the Holocaust.'…
 
Award winning historian, Laurence Rees, answers the key question - How best can we compare Hitler and Stalin. Laurence's latest book 'Hitler and Stalin: The Tyrants and the Second World War' has recently been published in the UK and in America. It was described as 'always compelling' by the Times, 'an impressive parallel study' by the Telegraph, an…
 
As the beauty business shifts towards boutique brands and upstarts, traditional titans of the industry like L'Oreal and Esteé Lauder are struggling to maintain a foothold. At the center of this cultural shift are beauty influencers, who are reaching a new wave of savvy, socially conscious consumers. For more on how they’re reshaping the landscape, …
 
Tiger Woods: Golfer out of surgery after car crash he was 'lucky to survive' | Oliver Brown: 'Woods's hard-won peace has been blown to smithereens' | Lockdown exclusive: Faster path to freedom if jabs exceed expectations | Analysis: Why the Government faces a nervous waiting game | Politics liveblog: Longer schooldays under review, says Williamson …
 
The Patriots have pushed the [CB], the [CB] responds. The people are now seeing the economic truth, the people will now have to make a decision, follow the [CB] or not. We are now at a cross roads. Elon Musk calls out the puppet masters, the battle for the next economic system has officially begun. The patriots are now waking the American people up…
 
Dates warning: PM says lockdown freedom on June 21 not guaranteed Judith Woods: It's only human to be excited by the Freedom Day mirage Wedding rules: Should I cancel my big day? Have a Plan A, B and C: How to plan a wedding during Covid-19 Cost of compromise: What not to say to someone who has had their wedding cancelled because of Covid Scotland …
 
In July 2018, 12 youth soccer players and their coach found themselves trapped 6 miles deep in a cave with no food or water and depleting oxygen. The rock formed maze became almost completely submerged as the water rose to levels nearly impossible for survival. There was no light and no way to communicate with the outside world. The first season of…
 
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Unemployed Australians will get an extra $50 a fortnight after the COVID-19 supplement ends in March. An international hit list’s been drawn up of ex-pat crime lords. Liberal sources believe PM Scott Morrison wants a female candidate to run in Craig Kelly’s seat. Parramatta Eels face a battle to retain winger Maika Sivo. For updates and breaking ne…
 
Mobbsy, Buzz and Mick return with The Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast tomorrow. In this bonus episode Mobbsy catches up with South Sydney and NSW Hooker Damien Cook ahead of the 2021 NRL season. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download…
 
Revealed: Plans to ease lockdown earlier were axed after Sage warning | Four-step exit: Key dates revealed for easing restrictions in England | Camilla Tominey: Boris Johnson's Covid roadmap takes the scenic route | Politics liveblog: Matt Hancock warns roadmap could slip - latest updates | Data analysis: Britain enduring one of world's strictest l…
 
First the [CB]/Ds destroyed businesses across the country, now after destroying the businesses they are going to tax those individuals to build those same businesses back up. The pandemic plan was to hurt the little guy and prepare them for the great reset, but something happened along the way, crypto. The [DS]/MSM are fell right into the trap the …
 
[JB] is in the process of removing the economic gains for the everyday American. The people see what he is doing. When the people see you push an agenda that does not benefit them, especially when it comes to earning money, they turn on you. The [CB] has taken the bait, they are doing what the patriots want. The [DS] has trapped themselves, they ar…
 
Covid lockdown roadmap: Key dates revealed for easing restrictions in England Coronavirus liveblog: 'Vaccines have 'changed odds in our favour' says PM, as he gives Downing Street press conference Vaccine passports: Certificates could be introduced to reopen the economy Hospital patients: Vaccines reduce admissions by up to 94pc, study shows Holida…
 
The Federal Government wants to see people move to find jobs outside of JobSeeker location hotspots. Former Rabbitohs skipper Sam Burgess will face court in May after fresh charges. Fallout from Facebook’s Australian news ban continues with all federal government advertising now pulled. Souths halfback Adam Reynolds to reject the club’s one-year co…
 
Mobbsy, Buzz and Mick return with The Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast on February 25th. In this bonus episode Mobbsy catches up with Dan Ginnane at the Fox League event last week at Bankwest. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download th…
 
It’s 2007, and the L'Oréal founding family is thrust into the media spotlight when a scandal erupts. The daughter of Liliane Bettencourt, heiress to the company fortune, accuses a family friend of exploiting her mother’s dementia. But the ensuing investigation brings to light Bettencourt’s own unsavory dealings, putting L'Oréal’s future at risk. Me…
 
Your guide to lifting of lockdown: PM unveils four-stage route to normality | Step by step: How Boris Johnson's plan to ease restrictions looks so far | Politics liveblog: 3.30pm announcement: Follow live updates and reaction | Camilla Tominey: With the end in sight, caution is now PM’s biggest risk | Video and pictures: Aircraft engine failures se…
 
Mobbsy, Buzz and Mick return with The Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast on February 25th. Before then we've got some bonus episodes lined up from the Fox League event at Bankwest. In this bonus ep Mobbsy talks to Bryan Fletcher and Nathan Hindmarsh about everything apart from Rugby League (things get a little crazy in this ep team). To read everything th…
 
A World War II survivor living in a Sydney aged care home has made history as the first person in Australia to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, marking the beginning of the long road back to “normal” more than a year into the pandemic. Facebook has been accused of using “bully-boy tactics” and of not being “compatible with democracy” by politicians …
 
The new officer in charge of NSW’s sex crime squad is on a mission to convict more violent sex offenders, and is pushing for a complete overhaul of sexual crime laws. A familiar face lands the coveted job of host of the Seven Network’s top-rating afternoon game show, The Chase. Cash-strapped young adults who are living with their parents ­because t…
 
Mobbsy, Buzz and Mick return with The Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast on February 25th. Before then we've got some bonus episodes lined up from the Fox League event at Bankwest. In this special Mobbsy talks to Steve 'Blocker' Roach and Greg 'Brandy' Alexander about how they think the 2021 season will shape up ... To read everything that's discussed in …
 
The economy is now taking off, we are experiencing a "V" recovery. Trump's economic plan is working. What happens when you know the playbook of the [CB], what advantages exists. The patriots are now allowing the [CB] to do what they do best, destroy themselves. The [DS]/MSM is now doing exactly what the Patriots want. The mission is about to begin,…
 
Sussexes depart: Prince Harry and Meghan tell Queen they will not return as working members of the Royal family Camilla Tominey analysis: Prince Harry and Meghan don't seem to understand what public service actually is Duke of Edinburgh: Prince Philip to remain in hospital 'into next week' Coronavirus liveblog: UK R rate at lowest level since May G…
 
Mobbsy, Buzz and Mick return with The Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast on February 25th. Before then we've got some bonus episodes lined up from the Fox League event at Bankwest. Here Mobbsy catches up with our very own Matty Johns and Yvonne Sampson about their thoughts on the year ahead... To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Dai…
 
Oscar winner Julia Roberts is set to join the growing influx of Hollywood A-listers to Australia’s relatively COVID-free shores, with the superstar set to begin shooting a new TV series produced by Aussie brothers Joel and Nash Edgerton. Missing woman Melissa Caddick went on a document-shredding spree around the time the corporate watchdog began in…
 
Revealed: The coronavirus vaccines data paving the way to freedom | Politics liveblog: No guarantees this is the last lockdown, says minister | Lockdown timeline: What Boris Johnson's roadmap might look like | Amazing first pictures: Nasa's Perseverance lands on Mars - gallery | Ironing tea towels: The big new housekeeping debate | Chopper's Politi…
 
The pandemic has left Americans without jobs, Trump signed an EO which allowed Americans to get jobs first. [JB] is now letting non citizens to take jobs before Americans. People can see it very clearly now. The [CB] is now in full swing pushing the Great Reset, the people will decide between and controlled system or an open and free system control…
 
Vaccine hope: Data shows deaths in over-80s plummet Starmer speech: Labour leader proposes 'British recovery bond' Tom Harris: Outside of the Labour Party, there is little appetite for the revolution Starmer is promising Facebook ban: All news from Australian publishers blocked amid government spat Analysis: Facebook’s Australia news ban will test …
 
This Week the Johns clan are joined by Matt's best friend and dual international Brian Carney to chat about the good old days (these stories are hilarious) ....Plus all of your favorite segments are back... To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.…
 
Australians have united against Facebook after the ­social media giant wiped essential health and emergency information in an effort to bully the federal government. Struggling to hold back tears, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds has defended her handling of a rape allegation by her former staffer, describing it as a “difficult” and “complex” matter…
 
Exclusive: Parents to test children for Covid twice a week | Politics liveblog: Care home visits could restart in weeks | Lockdown timeline: How Boris Johnson's roadmap might look | End to 'unequal economy': Sir Keir Starmer's speech today | Motoring: Ford pins hopes on electric shift but Big Tech holds keys | Sam Wallace: Premier League reject Cha…
 
As more and more states and business open we are seeing exactly what Trump said we would see, a V recovery. Retail is up, manufacturing is up. The [CB] and Wall Street are feeling the pressure, the people are pushing something they don't want because they will lose control. The [CB] is being pushed to the edge of extinction. The patriots are in com…
 
Duke of Edinburgh: Prince Philip admitted to hospital after feeling unwell Health history: A timeline of Prince Philip's royal mishaps and operations Pubs last: Country will reopen in 'stages', with hospitality one of the last, says Boris Johnson Pub-government relations: 'It's like a break-up where your girlfriend won’t tell you why she's ending i…
 
A Liberal staffer who alleges she was raped by a senior colleague inside Parliament House has accused Prime Minister Scott Morrison of “victim blaming” as the man at the centre of the shock claim checked himself into hospital. A Tale of three train stations has revealed how swaths of Sydney have been left ­behind in multi-million dollar upgrades to…
 
It’s 1991, and after the financial crash of 1987, Estée Lauder is looking for a new way to continue expanding without sinking millions of dollars and several years into developing a new brand. The answer lies in acquisitions, and they set their sights on two young, hip, buzzworthy companies: MAC and Bobbi Brown. Meanwhile, determined to strengthen …
 
Exclusive report: Lockdown until daily cases drop below one thousand | Politics liveblog: Mass testing to play a 'key part' in Boris Johnson's roadmap | Sarah Knapton analysis: How the goalposts have shifted since January 4 | TV licence 'amnesty': BBC suspends threat to prosecute over-75s | Beyond Britney Spears: Troubled female stars who also dese…
 
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