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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 called Face to Face, 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.
 
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.
 
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, tips, gentle bickering, competitive wine-offs 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), 'Love these guys (alm ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Each week Andrew Parasiliti, president of the award-winning news site Al-Monitor, and Amberin Zaman, Al-Monitor’s Senior Correspondent, interview newsmakers, journalists and thought leaders from the US and Middle East about the latest news and trends in the region. Andrew has been writing about, and traveling in, the Middle East for over three decades, meeting and interviewing the region’s top political and civil society leaders. Since obtaining his PH.D from Johns Hopkins University, he has ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Since its inception in 2011, RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE has become the most popular and comprehensive international guide to the world of Russian art and culture. Our new podcast will feature even more creative conversations around tradition, fine art, education and more. Owned by art collector and professional Natasha Butterwick RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE features listings of the best selected events all over the world, exclusive interviews with the world-renowned professionals of the Russian cultura ...
 
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 ...
 
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Buzz, Mick and Mobbsy break down how Parramatta rookie Jakob Arthur's rise to the NRL has been surrounded in controversy, axed Bulldog Kyle Flanagan's emotion-charged press conference and whether the Wests Tigers have any wizardry in them for Magic Round. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast go to d…
 
The efforts of three men who tried desperately to save the life of a surfer fatally bitten by a shark yesterday were praised by police as the horror of the attack was revealed. A global animal rights organisation has pleaded with farmers not to kill the mice plaguing regional Australia, arguing that the rodents should not be denied their “right” to…
 
It’s late summer 1902. Fred heads to Tilbury Docks to board the steamer SS Coromandel and set sail for India. His objective? “To open up new markets, establish agencies, and acquire a catalogue of native records,” as he puts it in his diary. And what a trip it is. Accompanied by an assistant called George Dilnutt and a few others, Gaisberg engages …
 
Fred’s back! And he’s got a plaque! The first episode of Series Two of The Sound of the Hound covers the unveiling of a commemorative plaque on the wall of Europe’s first recording studio, opened by Fred Gaisberg in Covent Garden in 1898. The unveiling of the plaque, which is part of the Westminster Council Green Plaque scheme, followed a campaign …
 
Jon Alterman, senior vice president, Zbigniew Brzezinski Chair in Global Security and Geostrategy and director of the Middle East Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, discusses the escalation in violence in Israel and Gaza and its impact on Israeli and Palestinian politics; the prospects for US mediation to stop the fighti…
 
HSC students with a dislike for trig and calculus will now have a new option for maths class, designed to give them real-world knowledge on things such as calculating the costs of buying a car. Thousands of devastated homeowners in a new south-western Sydney suburb have taken legal action as their houses crack up due to sinking land. Drivers could …
 
The critical Upper Hunter by-election is on a knife’s edge less than a week from polling day An overhaul of the justice system currently failing victims of Domestic Violence Sydneysiders are paying more money for fewer parking spaces in the CBD Angry players are facing a showdown with independent commission chairman Peter V’landys See omnystudio.co…
 
Former cricketing great Stuart MacGill has told police he was driven to a remote farm before things went south The long-term partner of Craig McLachlan says she felt helpless to stop the decimation of his character DIiscracded NRL superstar Jarryd Hayne has had apples hurled towards him after inmates recognised the VIP prisoner See omnystudio.com/l…
 
Embattled former NSW minister Gareth Ward is facing allegations of indecent behaviour against two ­separate men. Stressed contact tracers are fighting for better working conditions They are the hardest suburbs to crack in Sydney, where homeowners refuse to leave but for that very reason can be sitting on a property goldmine. The multimillion-dollar…
 
All topics covered in this ep at home with the Johns team, Matty heads in for surgery, there's one of the great know your lyrics segments, the guys go through listener feedback and does Buzz Rothfield make an appearance? To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to daily…
 
Gladys Berejiklian’s government is in crisis with her senior Families Minister Gareth Ward forced to stand aside Home seekers resort to extreme tactics to buy land amid reports of planning departments failing to green light new shovel-ready blocks fast enough Every Australian will be able to get a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine “booster” shot by next yea…
 
A SYDNEY boys school will spend $25,000 ramping up its consent education A NEW gas power station in the Hunter Valley would be funded by the federal government STAR casino has declared its $1 billion masterplan is at “grave risk” after being blindsided by a government move to acquire the Pyrmont site SOUTH Sydney halfback Adam Reynolds is set to re…
 
In this episode of Face-To-Face from Fox Sports Australia Matty catches up with broadcasting legend Ray Hadley, the guys talk about Ray's time at 2UE and 2GB, that infamous night on the Footy Show and his work with the Continuous Call Team… To take out a subscription to Fox Sports Australia where you can watch Matty Johns and get all the latest Ten…
 
Dr. Ebtesam Al-Ketbi, president of the Emirates Policy Center, discusses how the Abraham Accords could help provide context for tough concessions on the most controversial issues facing Israelis and Palestinians; UAE interests and expectations in dealing with regional security and Iran; why the UAE is well-placed to help mediate in the Horn of Afri…
 
Record low interest rates and a lack of Covid 19 drove last nights budget bottom line Eighty-thousand elderly Australians languishing on waiting lists will get the care they need to stay in their own homes in historic “once-in-a-generation reform” Students in the state’s Catholic schools are getting more one-on-one time with their teachers The Depa…
 
Safer roads and congestion busting upgrades worth more than $3 billion will turbocharge the state’s COVID-19 recovery and support more than 6,500 jobs. A remedy for a shortage of workers, support for the elderly to stay in their own homes and more resources for residential facilities will feature in a $10 billion-plus overhaul of the aged care sect…
 
Australia will stay closed to the world indefinitely with Prime Minister Scott Morrison warning he doesn’t see an appetite to move ­beyond the elimination strategy that has shut the nation’s borders. New and expectant mums will have improved access to mental health screening while anxiety and depression helpline services will be bolstered, under a …
 
Single parents will be big winners in the federal budget on Tuesday with the government to introduce a scheme that will get them into the property market with just a 2 per cent deposit. An undercover hit squad of COVID inspectors has begun secretly visiting 1000 venues across the state as part of a major compliance blitz. Convicted rapist Jarryd Ha…
 
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is one of the wine world's most dramatic success stories. It went from zero to hero in the 1980s and 1990s, stunning the world with its uniquely extrovert character, and paving the way for an entire nation's wine fortunes to be revolutionised. Some people are a bit snobby about Kiwi Sauvignon - too easy, too obvious, too…
 
This week with the Johns family it's all about Mother's day (what have the boys got planned for Trisha?), Cooper has his joke of the week segment and it's a corker, and Matty details why he wants to coach Samoa ...plus all your favorite segments. To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everyt…
 
It’s been revealed one of the men charged over the extraordinary kidnapping of Stuart MacGill ­demanded the former Test cricketer pay him $150,000 because he blamed him for ­introducing him to a drug dealer who ripped him off. Claiming his innocence to the end, former NRL superstar Jarryd Hayne has spent the first of many nights behind bars after h…
 
Buzz, Mick and Mobbsy pay tribute to the late Bunny Reilly, reflect on the career of Brett Morris, debate who is in more trouble - Canberra or Newcastle - and Xavier Coates becoming the latest Bronco to abandon ship. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a…
 
Hana Salah, Al-Monitor columnist based in Gaza, discusses the uptick in violence after the cancellation of Palestinian elections and skirmishes in Jerusalem; why Gaza youth feel hopeless about politics; the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and people’s lives; disappointment among Gazans over the Abraham accords; perceptions of Iran; and expectatio…
 
Sixty senior doctors have penned a scathing letter to Health Minister Brad Hazzard calling out “Third World conditions”, “inadequate facilities” and “grossly inadequate non-clinical space” at Canterbury Hospital. It’s been revealed a terrified Stuart MacGill hid out in a nondescript motel for nearly a week in fear of his life, after allegedly being…
 
In this episode of Face-To-Face from Fox Sports Australia Matty sits down with boxer Tim Tszyu. The two talk about Tim's amazing return to form, the advice his old man Kostya gives him before each bout, and would you think there's anyone out there dumb enough to try their luck with Tim during his private time? All will be revealed. To take out a su…
 
Beware of your backyard veggie garden… new research has revealed nearly a third of Sydney’s household vegetable gardens produce food that contains dangerous levels of toxic lead. The young children of Aussie cricket star David Warner innocently weigh into the India travel ban debate. Year 12 students at some of the top private schools in NSW are mo…
 
Australian cricketers Pat Cummins and Ben Cutting will be placed in isolation in India, after possibly being exposed to COVID-19 by two IPL teammates who tested positive to the virus. The Australian Human Rights Commission review into gymnastics in Australia has been told young Australian gymnasts, mostly girls, were molested, abused and bullied by…
 
Indigenous leader and author Warren Mundine has slammed the proposed new national curriculum. Heartbroken family of fitness and health guru Kylie Jaye have revealed she died after a long battle with an eating disorder. The Blue Mountains could be the site of Australia’s longest road tunnel. Manly skipper Daly Cherry-Evans is in discussions about ex…
 
Erica Packer says she wants to share her story in the hope of helping other women who have been through a miscarriage. Working families with two or more children will see big cuts to their childcare bills from July. The Australian National Memorial at Villers-­Bretonneux will soon have a giant wind farm as a backdrop. South Sydney owner Russell Cro…
 
Whisky-makers and small brewers are set to reap the benefits of budget cuts. One of the country’s most notorious criminals has tried to set up a televised mixed martial arts fight between prisoners. An apartment instead of a house with a backyard will save home-seekers up to 80 per cent in some Sydney suburbs. Melbourne Storm's Harry Grant is likel…
 
We wanted to revisit this (our second ever episode) partly to laugh at our presenting style back then, and also because it's so full of enthusiasm, helpful tips and, most importantly, tales of young people (especially young women) seizing opportunities and forging brilliant careers in wine. And the odd second career too. We're also slightly amazed …
 
There’s backlash to the latest version of the Australian Curriculum. Port Macquarie Hastings Council plan to run $90,000 poll on water fluoridation slammed as "crazy" considering $50m flood damage. Over 50s will be eligible to receive AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine free from Monday under a major revamp of the troubled rollout. 16 new NRL academies …
 
In this episode with the Johns clan the guys talk through Matt's back injury, look-a-likes come up, there is some interesting listener feedback that gets discussed and Cooper does his joke of the week, which could go anywhere. To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to…
 
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