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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.
Former WAG and social media star Abby Gilmore joins Herald Sun Page 13 columnist Alice Coster to answer your questions about love, relationships, family and more. Do you have a question for Abby? Email:
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.
The Herald Sun's Michael Randall and Tim and James D'Elia from The Waiver Wire with all the latest news and views on the NBA Finals, with plenty of Aussie flavour, including special guests with NBA, international and domestic backgrounds.
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.
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 If you're looking for your news headlines quickly, search our other daily news podcast Herald Sun News Feed wherever you get your podcasts, or ask your speaker to "play the news from the He ...
Class Act is the Herald Sun's investigation into what could be education's biggest con. The story of one man and his rise through the ranks of elite schools in Melbourne, based on nothing but a lie. You can listen to Class Act and read the investigation first, and ad free, with a subscription to the Herald Sun, or by downloading the Herald Sun app at your app store.
On the Bubble

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Powell Latimer & Brooke Pryor

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.
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.
Gerard Whateley, along with his long list of media and industry accolades, joins the station and Crocmedia as Chief Sports Caller, spearheading football, and racing coverages - as well as hosting the ultimate morning radio show, "Whateley". Combining authoritative journalism and sharp-eyed analysis with emotive broadcasting, Gerard Whateley is a unique voice in the coverage of sport in Australia. He'll bring all that and more to SEN mornings in 2018.
What really happens when the axe falls in the showbiz world? Some of the biggest names in the Australian TV and radio reveal the true tales of how they discovered how they were getting the boot, how they took the news and how they bounced back. To read articles about the stories and guests from SACKED: Showbiz, see galleries and interactive content take out a subscription at today
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 | Across several interwoven campaigns and one-shot adventures, Wild Endeavors is telling a collective tale of a fantastical land. Our current endeavor is a campaign focused the adventures of the Wayward Suns. 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 known as the Wayward Suns discover a far more grim force is at work keeping Ayria isolated from the rest of the world. A ...
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show series
The breaking news of Michael Voss' appointment at Carlton and your response (3:41), legend of the game Malcolm Blight (11:16), Daisy Pearce (34:38), our strategy session with Craig Jennings (55:20), Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight (1:14:50), Hamish Blake (1:22:48), Tony Davis, son of Dees defender and 1964 premiership player Frank (1:31:09), and …
Melbourne president Kate Roffey on her relationship with Peggy O'Neal, injured Western Bulldogs forward Josh Bruce on the emotional rollercoaster of watching the finals series from home, reflections on the Norm Smith curse with Mike Sheahan, former players Ray Groom and Hassa Mann on the Demons' changed fortunes, and Racing Victoria CEO Giles Thomp…
Your experience of Melbourne's earthquake this morning (3:46), Melbourne president Kate Roffey (8:34), injured Western Bulldogs forward Josh Bruce (23:34), exploring the Curse of Norm Smith with Mike Sheahan, Ray Groom, Hassa Mann and Greg Hobbs (32:01), Tom Morris ringing the Trade Bell (1:01:23), Melbourne Storm CEO Justin Rodski (1:18:42), Racin…
Justin Leppitsch on his premiership captain Michael Voss' looming return to a senior coaching role, Leppa's Grand Final magnets, Melbourne defender Christian Salem on the Dees' Grand Final preparation, the grandson of Melbourne champion Ivor Warne-Smith, Andrew Voss on the perception Sydneysiders are "deathriding" the Melbourne Storm, and Demon die…
Our snap judgements after the Brownlow Medal (6:25) before Port Adelaide midfielder and recipient Ollie Wines (16:18), the Monday Means Test with David King featured the Brownlow reckoning (25:22) and Grand Final categories (40:10), the wisdom and experience of Robert Craddock on the Black Caps' abandonment of their tour of Pakistan, Michael Holdin…
When young boy Terry Floyd went missing from a small country town, suspicion may have fallen on the wrong man, as investigator and TV host Ron Iddles explains. Thew last episode of Homicide with Ron Iddles goes to air October 3. Watch Homicide with Ron Iddles: Read more of Andrew's columns at: http://ww…
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