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Every morning Monday to Friday Walkley award winning journalist James Campbell updates you on the news that matters to Victorians. With expert interviews and analysis, The Splash is your morning briefing to keep you informed, prepared and up to date on all the news across Victoria, Australia and the World
 
From alleyway gangsters to cold war spies to eccentric entrepreneurs, Australian history is full of colourful but forgotten characters. Host Jen Kelly talks with experts, historians and yarn spinners to uncover the untold stories of some of our most interesting and offbeat ancestors. Produced by Jonty Burton and Elouise Tynan.
 
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.
 
It was one of the biggest upsets in Australian political history. The 1999 Victorian state election was fought between two men revered as giants of modern government. Now, for the first time, Steve Bracks and Jeff Kennett have sat down in person to discuss the election that changed Victoria forever.
 
Peter Gordon is one of Australia’s best known lawyers. He joins award-winning political journalist Lyndal Curtis and well-respected Victorian Labor politician Jane Garrett in Beyond Reasonable Clout, a new podcast where they go beyond the headlines and take on high-profile issues spanning law, sport, current affairs and politics - together with the Herald Sun.
 
Brooke Pryor of the Durham Herald-Sun and Powell Latimer of the Greensboro News & Record discuss all the stories in the ACC and the MEAC each week. Come for the discussion of North Carolina, Duke and N.C. State, stay for the insights into N.C. Central and N.C. A&T.
 
The Rob (Re)Report airs on WDAY AM970 from 1-2pm weekdays focusing on political news and current events in North Dakota. Host Rob Port writes SayAnythingBlog.com, North Dakota's most popular and influential political blog, and is a columnist for the Forum News Service with weekly columns in papers including the Fargo Forum, Grand Forks Herald, Jamestown Sun, and the Dickinson Press.
 
KPC Media is a family-owned newspaper outlet in Northeast Indiana. This account is used strictly for the sports podcast for The Herald Republican, The Star and News Sun newspapers covering three counties. The podcast his hosted by Alex Alvarado (@AlexAKPC), Brice Vance (@BriceVKPC) and Christopher Reed (@ChrisRKPC).
 
An actual play audio drama | For more than 3,000 years the people of Ayria haven’t been able to cross the Great Sea. In an age of relative peace, a group of adventurers discover a far more grim force is at work keeping Ayria isolated from the rest of the world. As these heroes are drawn into a millennia-long cold war, they will travel to far off worlds in search of a means to free their people. Across several interwoven campaigns and one-shot adventures, Wild Endeavors is telling a collectiv ...
 
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Will the Tigers claim their third flag in four years or will Geelong send champion Gary Ablett out in style? Our experts give their Grand Final predictions and debate Jeremy Cameron's likely move to Geelong, the North Melbourne coaching situation and the virtual Brownlow plus an exclusive interview with Richmond legend Royce Hart See acast.com/priv…
 
In this episode Rushenka speaks with the organisers THE IRONMAN GROUP who are behind the running of The Sun-Herald City2Surf event that is in it's 50th running this year. It will also for the very first time be run as a virtual event in which SAP is the official Analytics Innovation Partner. We also speak to an official legend of the event Chris Ed…
 
A familiar face brings to light new complications regarding Thorina’s connection to the King in Yellow. Finally confident they are closing in on the Cult of Yellow, the Wayward Suns set out to find the so-called Herald of Hastur. Find us on Twitter. GM and producer — Thomas Marcetti, @WildEndeavors Malkin Kessel — Adam Rogers, @NPCYouLater Thorina …
 
With his father ill and living in Queensland, Dayne Beams would seek a trade to Brisbane at the conclusion of the 2014 season. The move to the Lions would see Beams assume the captaincy and become a leader for the young side. With all seeming well on the field, all was not well off it. Crushed by the loss of his father in early 2018 Beams' life wou…
 
Originally from Queensland, Dayne Beams would land at the Magpies' nest in 2009. A versatile player who could play forward or back Beams knew how to find the footy. Slotting straight into a strong line up, Beams would taste premiership success with Collingwood in just his second season. In this episode Beams opens up about the early years at Collin…
 
Police say they'll be out in force to stop Melbournians breaking COVID restrictions with sneaky Grand Final get-togethers. Aneeka Simonis joins James with more. Tom Minear outlines some interesting spending by Australia Post, and Peter Rolfe has some unusual data about footy's biggest day See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
We've made it! When the final siren rings around the Gabba on Saturday night, it will mark the 220th day since the first ball of the season was bounced back in March. From the craziness of a suspended season and hub life, Richmond and Geelong have emerged to fight it out for the ultimate prize. The 2020 season has one last act before the curtain ca…
 
An Australian racing Hall of Fame inductee, George Hanlon began his training career in 1946. A career spanning more than three decades Hanlon rated 1977 Cox Plate winner Family Of Man the best horse he ever trained. In this episode George’s son Gary Hanlon explains what made his father so successful, how he picked his champion horses and the legacy…
 
Reigning Melbourne Cup winning jockey Craig Williams was bred for success. With a reputation as one of the most professional jockeys in Australia Williams reached the Cox Plate Pinnacle on two occasions with Fields Of Omagh and Pinker Pinker. In this episode Williams opens up about his rise from apprentice to champion, the challenges he has faced i…
 
Wonder mare Winx made Cox Plate history winning the famous weight-for-age race on four consecutive occasions. Aboard Winx each time was Hugh Bowman – a partnership forever etched in turf history. In this episode Bowman opens about his connection with Winx, the pressure of expectation and reaching the top of the Cox Plate Mountain. See omnystudio.co…
 
Horrie the Wog Dog saved countless Aussie lives in World War II, acting as an early-warning system when enemy aircraft approached. So when Australian authorities ordered the dog’s surrender in 1945, Private Jim Moody knew he had only one option. Read more at https://www.heraldsun.com.au/ibaw See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information…
 
On the 50th anniversary of the biggest industrial accident in Melbourne's history, Andrew Rule is joined by reporter Alex White to remember the collapse of the West Gate bridge. Listen to Alex's episode about the event on the Herald Sun podcast In Black and White. More information at https://www.heraldsun.com.au/podcasts/in-black-and-white Read And…
 
What's going on at Essendon and how many players are leaving? Get the latest trade talk on the Bombers and Magpies and how this weekend's two huge preliminary finals will be won and lost - featuring footy's newest villain, Tom Lynch. Plus who was better, Geelong Gazza or Gold Coast Gazza? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
One win stands between Richmond, Port Adelaide, Brisbane, Geelong, and a spot in the Grand Final! Join Kangaroos legend David King and Champion Data analyst Daniel Hoyne as they break down the two blockbuster prelim final clashes. Can Port stop Tom Lynch? Will the Tigers discipline issues haunt them again? Are the Lions ready for the big stage of a…
 
In a tumultuous day for the Victorian government there was more talk of easing lockdown restrictions and also the resignation of Dan Andrews' right hand man. Kieran Rooney explains. Crime reporter Mark Buttler joins the show to talk about the death of bikie Shane Bowden, and Tom Minear goes through the latest news from Canberra. See acast.com/priva…
 
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