Australië – Nieuwe podcasts

  • Some Would Say is a casual chat for curious people. Your weekly lifestyle & pop-culture podcast hosted by Amelia Rose and Lara May. Join these two twenty something mates from Australia, as they unpack all things life; from the arts to wellbeing, from work to play, and hearing what others have to say.Find us on Instagram - @somewouldsaypodcast

  • The befores & afters VFX podcast from journalist Ian Failes, covering the latest in visual effects, animation and virtual production.

  • Join ND coach Amanda, The ADHD Lady, every week as she talks about what it’s like to be neurodivergent and the strategies she uses to overcome ADHD’s biggest challenges. To learn more visit

  • This podcast is a compilation of FAQs related to VCE PE that the METS team receive on a yearly basis. It has been created to quickly and easily keep VCE PE teachers up to date with the PE study design and act as a platform for teachers to gain reliable information specifically related to VCE PE.

    It is mostly made up of short podcasts from Luke & Tyler answering questions from teachers, or generally discussing VCE PE-related topics which come up in their day-to-day travels. It occasionally includes longer episodes with an expert guest.

  • A podcast that celebrates neurodiversity and shares the lives of many incredible neurodivergent humans and biggest supporters. Annie talks to guests about inclusive employment, education, parenthood, barriers to diagnosis, mental health, neurodiversity affirming health care, and more.

  • How do I help prevent my Cavoodle from forming seperation anxiety? How do I groom my Cavoodle? How do I raise my Cavoodle to compliment my lifestyle, rather than complicate it?

    Join Cavoodle Coach & Breeder, Tiana Karamihas, as she shares bite-sized episodes answering all these questions plus more. From training, socialising, desensitising and grooming, this Podcast will be looking at the Cavoodle breed in particular and discussing what training they need to reach their full potential and fit into YOUR particular lifestyle.

  • In a world full of social media promoting "perfect lives", many of us are afraid to show our true authentic selves. The good, the bad and the ugly. Behind the Smile with Ash Butterss is a podcast that aims to reveal the truth that lies behind the masks we wear.

    As a recovering alcoholic, Ash is on a mission to remove the stigma behind addiction, mental health and trauma, by not only sharing her own story but by sharing the stories of others who have faced adversity, and now live a life of freedom in recovery.

  • The Yellow Ladybugs Podcast invites #actuallyautistic people to talk about their journey, to help you with yours.

    Join in the conversation, as we explore the world of autistic girls, women and gender diverse individuals, and the often misunderstood and ignored internalised autistic experience.

    There will be plenty of ‘aha’ and ‘me too’ moments as we break down the stereotypes, lean into owning our strengths and supporting you through those challenging moments.

  • Welcome to Progressively Incorrect, a podcast about the teacher-centered and the student-centered, the traditional and the progressive, in education. Hosted on

  • Career transition stories of hope and inspiration from ex-teachers.

  • Introducing The Pedagogue-cast, an education and pedagogy podcast dedicated to unpacking different concepts and research that impact the way students learn and the way we teach them. Each week, former teachers - Maths Pathway Co-Founder, Justin Matthys and host of Education Bookcast, Stanislaw ‘Stás’ Pstrokonski, will unpack topics and be joined by teachers who generously share their experiences from the classroom.

  • Mojospresso is your monthly shot of inspiration and perspective to help you on your journey, with the goal to win the morning and win the day. Hosted by Ben Crowe.

  • I've seen this house in my dreams for weeks now, maybe months. I didn't know where or what it was until recently, but I knew it was here. Waiting for me. Calling to me. Now I'm here, and it's creepy as. Haunted? Possessed? I don't know, but whatever it is, I'm not sure I'm going to be able to leave again. ---

    Neophile is a fortnightly audio fiction podcast, following the adventures of one Kasey James, paranormal explorer, as she delves into the worlds beneath the world. Season 1, The Bridge House, is the story of Kasey's entry into the strange world of haunts and eldritch horrors from beyond our universe.

  • This is The Science Briefing, a podcast about the science of everything and your new go-to podcast for your snapshot of science news. Hosted by Dr Sophie Calabretto and featuring journalists from Cosmos Magazine, The Science Briefing brings you the latest research in technology, health, climate, physics, artificial intelligence, space and more. Hear whatโ€™s making news in science in Australia and across the globe every Tuesday and Thursday. Drops August 4. Search The Science Briefing, or download the LiSTNR app to listen for free.

  • Welcome to Australia's ONLY plus size community podcast. Every week journalist and fat activist Demi Lynch chats with people in the plus size community about the MANY frustrations, issues and taboos that comes with being plus size.

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    Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit for more information.

  • The Sport is a new weekly podcast from Schwartz Media and LiSTNR. Hosted by Sam Squiers and Martin McKenzie-Murray, it is a fast-paced, smart take on the key sports story every week.

    The first episode will be in your feed on Wednesday, August 10.

  • Entrée, main and dessert with Khanh Ong and Sarah Davidson.

  • Asking For It is an eight-part investigative series examining rape culture in Australia, and what it will take for things to finally change. Hosted by Hannah Kinder, produced in collaboration with Cheek Media Co.

  • Modern birth practices are stifling women's autonomy, minimising the birth experience and endorsing the medicalisation of birth. The Great Birth Rebellion dismantles western beliefs and management of birth and presents an evidence-based alternative to modern birth practices. We believe that calculated rebellion against medicalised maternity care is the evidence-based and preferred path to having a great birth. This is the great birth rebellion.

  • That’s Helpful is a self-help podcast backed by science. Every episode will teach you something that will shift your perspective, share a life changing skill or empower you to make better choices. Ed Stott invites the experts to share with you everything you need to know to build your best life one episode at a time.