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Creation Date June 26th, 2019
Updated Date Updated July 6th, 2020
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  1. Who said nothing ever happens in Brisbane? Join hosts Jessica Kate and Ellen Rose as they dig up the skeletons buried in our own back yard and take you on a macabre tour around Australia’s third largest city - home to the Stefan Needle, the Brown Snake, the crushing feeling that you’re trapped in a dead-end town that you can never leave, and some of the most brutal murders in Australian history.
  2. A podcast by musical-lovers for musical-lovers. Together our hosts will mine their musical libraries in order to learn whatever it is that musicals have to teach!
  3. PODCASTS! People love them! And those who don’t? Well, they just haven’t been enlightened yet. But how in the heck do you figure out which ones are worth listening to? Castology, that’s how. Each episode our Castologists Liz, Patrick and Zane will review some of the best (and sometimes not-so-best) podcasts around. They’ll also do the hard work and trawl the RSS feeds to find the newest podcasts that should be on your radar. Will they always agree with each other’s picks? Probably not! But hey, you’re clever, you know that’s how reviews work.
  4. One Third of Life is the podcast to listen to when you cannot sleep; when you are so wrapped up in your own thoughts that you cannot unwind. This will be the companion to talk you to sleep.
  5. Law and Disorder follows a band of troubled Marshals as they try their best to clean up crime in the city of Untherlass with very limited legal powers and even less training.
  6. Friends. We all have them (probably) and we all love them. But we’ve all got that one mate who no matter how much we love, we can’t help but be appalled at their life, hobbies and habits. But have you ever wondered what would happen if you and that friend pulled a Freaky Friday and swapped lives? Well no need to give your self nightmares because that’s where we come in! Liz has her life together. Kurtis, by all rights, shouldn’t be alive. And every week they’re going to swap a different aspect of their vastly different existences for your podcasting pleasure. Diets, jobs, exercise routines and underwear. Nothing is off the table. Be sure to tune in every Friday to hear them suffer whilst walking One Mile in each other’s shoes.
  7. Join hosts Sebastian, Alex and Zane as they talk their way through films from past and present - all in a quest to see whether they are worth a Second Take.
  8. This podcast is not for the faint of heart. If you are not looking for the filthiest, most fatuous, feverishly feculent & flippant fan-fabricated fiction, then go no further! Go back to your comfortable life, watch an old-school Disney movie and forget you were ever here. Seriously, we don't judge. But what we will do is find, read, and discuss some of the best(worst) fan fiction that has ever found its way out of the depraved collective-mind of the internet's many, many dark corners. We will wade through these depths of humanity's depravity to bring you the most amusing fan-fiction finds and present them in small, easy to digest portions. Wish us luck. And please, don't listen while eating.
  9. Filmmakers, fans and friends who dive head first into the world of the moving. Providing discussion, criticism, history and their own production war-stories for your entertainment.
  10. Life is hard and people are trash! but can you tell the people you meet during you week exactly what you think of them? No! You cannot! But we feel your pain and we are going to do something about it. Listen in while we say all the negative things that you have been thinking so that you don't have to. And we will do it while trying new wines and letting you know what wines you should drink with us! Your hosts and new-found friends; Andy, Geena, and Zane, have some things to get off their chests. And they are not shy about it.
  11. My Songs Suck is a podcast all about the creative process. Brisbane musician Alex Smith and fellow creative James Kehoe listen through Your Man Alex Smith’s discography examining the mistakes of the past, trying to uncover WHY these songs were so bad as well as how they might be fixed!
  12. WE ARE HERE TO TALK ABOUT DOGS! Some dogs are doggos, some are puppers, and others may even be pupperinos. There are corgos and clouds, fluffers and floofs, woofers and boofers. The chunky ones are thicc, and the thin ones are long bois. When they stick out their tongues, they're doing a mlem, a blep, a blop. They bork. They boof. Once in a while they do each other a frighten. And whether they're 10/10 or 12/10, they're all h*ckin' good boys and girls. Check us out every Wednesday as we show those snooty cats exactly who is the goodest house-pet!
  13. All cats, all the time.
  14. MUSICAL THEATRE HAS NEVER BEEN BIGGER. WITH BROADWAY'S 2017 BOX OFFICE SURPASSING $1.5 BILLION FOR THE FIRST TIME (HOLLYWOOD REPORTER) AND AWARD-WINNING FILM PHENOMENA LIKE FROZEN, GREATEST SHOWMAN, AND LA LA LAND - THE WORLD IS RUSHING TO SEATS AROUND THE GLOBE TO RAISE IT'S JAZZ HANDS AND SING 'HOW DO WE SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE MARIA!?' Yet at a closer glance only 5% of the shows created are responsible for the high grossing revenue - the remainder close early, out of town or in the case for most original musicals in Australia, wander aimlessly through the Outback desert waiting to be discovered. The early composers almost single-handedly opened the door for tin pan alley and the evolution of popular music. It’s responsible for giving us household names like Bette. Audra. Patti. Mandy. Sondheim. Lloyd-Webber. What can composers do today to find similar success and how has the industry changed? Making a Musical will ask questions and try to understand why people love musicals; What is about them that has people travel all around the world to see them? In this exploration of The Great American Art Form, BRADLEY MCCAW (Award-winning writer/performer/ lecturer) travels to New York (USA), London (UK), TBC (Japan) and Melbourne (Australia) to ask Industry greats first hand - what does it actually take to make a great musical. He will sit with those who are at the forefront of making musicals, try to unpack how the industry works here in Australia and abroad and figure out why we can't make musicals like other places in the world. What don't we have - that they have in NYC, London, and Asia?
  15. WHAT IS THE BEST DISNEY FILM? Disney movies mean a lot of things to a lot of people; happiness, childhood, fun, happily ever after and, most of all, magic. We grew up watching and learning from Disney movies. Through the golden and silver ages and into the age of Pixar, Disney films have captivated us. We each have that special Disney title that touched our hearts and shaped who we are as people, BUT which Disney movie is the BEST Disney movie? Which Disney movie will stand the test of time and go down in history as the masterpiece of this animation giant? Come along for the ride in this totally unofficial and unauthorised debate podcast we will find the definitive answer to the question: What is the BEST Disney film of all time? THE CATEGORIES OF DEBATE: 1. The Memorable Moments 2. The Message 3. The Movie Magic 4. The Magic Music 5. That Disney Touch
  16. Drunk Game Design is a collaborative project between a bunch of game designers, game enthusiasts, and general vagabond who we bribed into participating. ​ Every month, we meet up and get inebriated, and then have a big old discussion/argument about some stupid game we want to have made over the next month. ​ Jack will put together the game over the next three weeks, release it to the wild for you to try out, and then for the first part of the next episode we play the damn thing! Following that, we get drunk and design another one!
  17. FICTIONAL REALITY IS A PODCAST SERIES LOOKING AT NARRATIVE WORLDS, IMMERSIVE THEATRE, PUZZLE ADVENTURES, ESCAPE ROOMS, TREASURE HUNTS AND GAMIFIED STORIES. Join us as we explore the depths of what it means to create a Fictional Reality.
  18. A podcast brought to you by those goofballs from Nerds Amalgamated, for Nerds by nerds about Nerd pop-culture news.
  19. We are a podcast that talks about the LGBTQI+ community in Brisbane and the everyday lives and experiences people have. Stop on by if you want to relate, learn, or just listen to some good conversations.
  20. The King Lives. Prove us wrong. Each week join Julie & KB as they delve into the world of conspiracy theories. Starting with Elvis & ending.... well is there ever really an end? The girls will investigate the convincing to the down right crazy each Monday. Are the theories true or false... you decide
  21. THE WORLD IS A MESS! BUT WHO CAN WE TURN TO TO FIX IT!? THE UNITED NATIONS? THE DALAI LAMA? THE LONG-LOST HEIR OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE!? Frankly, all of those options would probably be better than listening to three white guys from Australia wax lyrical about how everything in the world would be better if they were the one and only supreme dictator. And yet, here we are.
  22. THE HUMOUR EXPERIMENT IS A COLOURFUL, SILLY AND FUN PODCAST THAT CAPTURES THE HEART OF YOUR INNER CHILD. It provides insight and reflections into The Humour Experiment program and entertains the audience with some good belly laughs. Your host Dotty assumes roles with in the circus to entertain you, introduces you to wonderful guests and takes you on a trip with the Magical Mystery Musical Box. Come along with us and be a part of the Good Humour Revolution.
  23. Ever wondered what happened to the fairies and goblins of olde? Well I've got a friend with connections who's gonna help me find out. Tune in each Sunday for a contemporary interview with a creature of mythology.
  24. Every week James, Kurtis and and endlessly rotating cast of co hosts will trawl through the most intense, weird and pointlessly detailed Wikipedia articles they can find, with a hefty amount of good time comedy jokes thrown in for good measure, all so you stop wasting so much time on the internet.
  25. Picking each story’s ingredients carefully, from their yeasty origins to their hammy plots, Ol’ Matty Hannibal Butler boldly chews through zesty summaries, meaty analysis, then tells you once and for all, without pretension or apology, if that word sandwich is still fresh and, of course, delicious. Has Ol’ Matty Hannibal Butler bit off a bite more than he could chew? Probably. But where there’s a will, there’s a Hemingway. And it’s all worth it for a bite of that Delicious Word Sandwich. Delicious Word Sandwich: readable edibles; eat with your whole face.
  26. Our generation more than any other is steeped in politics, feminism, mental health awareness, and the arts. Over the last 10 years, Shane Oliver has been at the hub of it all: the Brisbane live music scene. As an avid gig-goer, friend of many musicians, and aspiring musician himself, Shane offers a unique perspective on the highs and lows of the world behind live music and how it shapes our worldview, with the help of musicians from around Australia and beyond.
  27. For young Australian adults figuring life out. Each fortnight Paula brings in peers and experts to talk about how we can get through this together. Settle in for life advice, practical skills, and hugs through airwaves. Produced by That’s Not Canon, graphics by Claudia Piggott, music by Jessica Fletcher.
  28. Braydon and Belinda bring to you a paranormal comedy podcast filled with true events and experiences. Not only do they discuss real life cases but also attend haunted sites such as the Bogo Road Gaol in their home city of Brisbane. The pair bring a light approach with their dry humour to a dark topic.
  29. Each month, host Jo Diskett is joined by a group of video game enthusiasts and storytellers to select a game and pull apart its story. Over four episodes they discuss everything from setting to pacing, characters to worldbuilding, and the unique power games have to make a player’s choices count. Cutscene Saga doesn’t review games... it investigates them. Jo and their guests discuss what makes these game stories so great, and what we can learn from the way they’re put together. So fire up your consoles and load your game library. But of course, don’t forget about the standing spoiler warning!
  30. Goodberry Smoothies is the story you get when you throw all the obscure parts of the dungeons and dragons monster manual into a blender, set it on high for 50 seconds and then tell the results to go save the realm. Players: Adena Rumble, Banjo Geoghegan, Cari Rivers, Gawain Yeo & Sebastian Briguglio | Dungeon Master: Zane C Weber
  31. ARE DRAGONS TOO CLICHE? DO GOBLINS SEEM BORING? HAVE YOU PLAYED THROUGH THE PUBLISHED MATERIALS ONE TOO MANY TIMES AND DON’T KNOW WHERE TO TURN NOW? THEN HOOKED IS THE PODCAST FOR YOU. If your players are ignoring your well crafted plot-hooks and setting up shop in a tavern, getting drunk, and bothering the city guard then we are here for you. Each episode our hosts (and special guests) will serve up a heroes feast of plot-hooks, NPCs, magical items, epic tales, and forgotten lore that they will allow, encourage and insist that you can use at your own table to garnish your adventures! So pack your bags, polish your armour and sharpen your sword before you bid your innocent and trusting mother behind as we offer you a plot hook that you can’t refuse.
  32. Welcome to the Cosmic Moments Podcast, I'm your host Schanelle Denton. Together we will explore and enjoy content and conversations around mastering transitions, manifesting abundance and managing uncomfortable shifts during times of growth. Join me as we learn from teachers past and present and from wisdom shared through sacred texts and global philosophies. The time for cosmic moments is now...
  33. RELICS: A GAME OF ANGELS IS A UNIQUE STORYTELLING GAME IN A WORLD INSPIRED BY THE PROPHECY, DOGMA AND WINGS OF DESIRE, COMING TO KICKSTARTER THIS APRIL 10TH FROM TIN STAR GAMES. Players take the role of fallen angels, abandoned by God, trapped on earth and desperate for answers. With their powers trapped in holy items, an arms race is on to grab all the Relics and rule the world - a race angels and demons alike would kill to win. This podcast follows an example series of play, as a band of four angels race around the world to find lost Relics. Find out more at www.tinstargames.weebly.com/Relics
  34. The TV shows we watch say a lot about us. A cynical person might prefer light-hearted comedies as an antidote to the crushing existential weight of their everyday life. A former youth-group leader might be obsessed with religious iconography and pop-culture depictions of the devil. People are weird, and it shows in their Netflix queues. Made You Look is a podcast that tries to work out why we love the things we love. And if Jane and Kurt have to watch each other's favourite TV shows to do it... They're willing to make that sacrifice.  One week Jane will select an episode of one of her favourite shows for Kurt to watch. He'll recap it, try to figure out the missing pieces, and then comes the criticism. Together they parse out the episode in detail, touching on world-building, story construction, theme, production context and personal connection. The following week it's Jane's turn... 
  35. Disney movies mean a lot of things to a lot of people; happiness, childhood, fun, happily ever after and, most of all, magic. But, what does it mean now that we are all grown up?
  36. EXPLORE THE WORLD OF AUSTRALIAN WINE WITH IN VINO. WE HIGHLIGHT AUSTRALIAN WINEMAKERS AND VINEYARDS WITH INTERVIEWS, TASTINGS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS. We will let you know where you can try the country’s most exciting new wines for great prices, what food will match with them, and who the people are behind the scenes. Join Ben, Mark, and Pat while they drink their way through the exciting world of Australian wine and enjoy the exploits along the way.
  37. LET’S TALK ABOUT EX, BABY! AH CRAPPY RELATIONSHIPS, THE BANE OF OUR COLLECTIVE EXISTENCE. BUT WHAT DO WE LEARN FROM OUR MISTAKES? Former relationship columnist Elizabeth Best and current all-round funny guy Tom Harris chat to guests about the couple fail stories we all like to recount over drinks (because let’s face it, sometimes we need booze to cope). Ghosts of Boyfriends past will take you on a journey through the funny, tragic, horrifying and sometimes just plain bonkers stories about that crazy little thing called love, and try to wind up wiser for it. It’s like a group therapy session... with two people completely unqualified to be leading it.
  38. We all know that love is about finding a genuine connection with someone, having open, honest communication and embarking on nationally televised helicopter dates to prove your commitment. We are Aimee Duroux and Geena Schwartz - two out and proud fans of The Bachelor Australia Franchise and your hosts of Love Bachually. We’re out to prove that The Bachelor isn’t a ridiculous TV show and gone are the days of labelling it as a guilty pleasure. Like a private orchestra on the first date, you’ll be delighted, confused and overwhelmed alongside us as we try to piece together the drama and fairytale romance that is the Bachelor. We’ll be diving deep into the politics of the show as well. How much of what we think is influenced by the way a person, date or cocktail party is edited? Are these healthy behaviours? Will we ever find love in a hopeless place? So can you become smarter by being invested in the Bach? Definitely, maybe. At the end of the day, we’re just two girls here for the right reasons.
  39. Your fantasy world-building podcast What kind of city has walkable sewers? How does pirate democracy work? Why is there a brewery in every city? For every element of your fantasy world, there are a thousand questions you need answered, and that’s where we come in. Join Lachlan, Danae, and Tully as we over-research, over-think, and over-explain everything from city planning to funerals to the literal nuts and bolts of your world. We do the research, so you don’t have to! We examine real-world history, inner workings, and how to incorporate it into your game, and then we’ll build one ourselves. Tailored to tabletop RPGs, but we can be used for anything from fantasy writing to annoying monologues at parties. We’d love to hear what you’re using us for. Shoot us a message on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram (@dungeondeepdive), or send us an email at deepdivetnc@gmail.com to tell us what you want us to deep dive next!
  40. Never before has one known the true depths of cluelessness as these two bumbling idiots attempt to make sense of the divine mystique without someone accidentally cursing their families or something. This stuff can come with kinda ominous warnings. Have you seen thatOuija movie? It wasn’t very good, but hoo boy, it has got me worried. Imagine if that happened to us on an episode one day? Ha,ha, man that would be wild. You wouldn’t even be able to tell because it would all be audio! You’d just hear us screaming and being haunted and all that. Who would have even uploaded the audio? Spooky! Anyway. Join our neophyte foretellers as they explore the wide range of different ways these walking apes we call humans have tried to predict what will happen to them tomorrow from Miley Cyrus to Mesopotamia.
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    The Mostly Professional Podcast explores the space between beginner and master of craft and career. Hear conversations and interviews with artists, creatives, entrepreneurs, small business owners, and more. Hear their tips for productivity, work-life balance, creativity, personal development, and making meaningful work. In this show, I interview people of various fields and backgrounds from actors, directors, small business owners, designers, and others who are pursuing their passions and goals with a DIY attitude and hard work. These people may be working solely in one area or across disciplines, working in the area they love or perhaps using their day-jobs to fund and create time for the work that is more meaningful to them. What I want to know is what they do, how they do it, advice they have for others in their fields or for anyone who wants to align their time, craft, and career closer together. Some of the topics I’ll also cover are productivity, creativity, finance, monetization, self-development, work-life balance, making and finding opportunities, and projects in development. This show is excellent for fans of Tim Ferriss, Joe Rogan, Stumble Through, self-development, business people, and artists of every medium. I hope you join us on The Mostly Professional Podcast to learn from and be inspired by and learn from these great people. Hosted by Matthew James French, a Brisbane-based actor, musician, writer, and tutor.
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    AUSTRALIA'S WEIRD. LET’S TALK ABOUT IT. Warm Red Earth is a podcast that explores the odder parts of Australiana, from forgotten history to folklore and even a bit of superstition.
  43. Do you want to go on a new journey each week with new and quirky guests, that tell a different story each week and help us all learn new things we didn’t know? Well, hit that subscribe button and buckle yourself in and get ready for a ride that has highs and lows. New guest with even newer faces and their exciting life stories! Welcome to That Random Podcast. Pushing the subscribe button won’t only let you into this fresh and brand new experience, it will allow your mind to open to new and reliable stories! With special guests such as Canberra Local DJs’, up and coming Fashion designers, and young mothers. All people have a story to tell, and this Podcast helps them to share it! So why not share it with them.
  44. While You Were Steeping is a curatorial tea and culture podcast. Join your hosts, ex-housemates and theatre graduates Hayden Rodgers and Michael Mandalios as they discover the rich history of tea across time and cultures, and review locally sampled teas of all kinds.
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    A sceptic. A paranoiac. A criminal. A migrant. A hostage. Minola Theatre presents BEGOTTEN, a five-part audio drama by award-winning playwright Bianca Butler Reynolds. Join us each week as we meet five generations of women: Alice, Eileen, Clea, Hazel and Laoise. Hear a century of their stories, encompassing grief, war, sanity, loss and revenge. Listen as they grapple with powerful questions about heredity, and what is passed down family lines. Are we doomed to make the same mistakes our parents did? Can we heal a wound that is generations old? How much do the secrets of the past haunt us in the present? Stage Whispers calls BEGOTTEN “a fascinating tapestry” with “superb sound design” and “visual images that sing”. Audiences praise it as “emotional”, “raw”, “powerful”, “spellbinding” and “heart touching”. Listen each week wherever you get your podcasts, or download the full drama on demand from minolatheatre.com.au/begotten. Written and performed by Bianca Butler Reynolds Directed by Kat Dekker Post-production sound design by Siobhan Finniss Podcast hosted by That’s Not Canon Productions
  46. WE ARE IN A CLIMATE EMERGENCY Life on Earth is in crisis. Our climate is changing faster than scientists predicted and the stakes are high. Biodiversity loss. Crop failure. Social and ecological collapse. Mass extinction. We are running out of time, and our Government has failed to act. We have a moral duty to rebel—whatever our politics. OUR DEMANDS TELL THE TRUTH Government must tell the truth by declaring a climate and ecological emergency, working with other institutions to communicate the urgency for change. ACT NOW Government must act now to halt biodiversity loss and reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2025. BEYOND POLITICS Government must create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice.
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    'LOVE, STRANGER' EXPLORES THE UNLIKELY, RANDOM, AND SEEMINGLY-FATED INTERACTIONS BETWEEN STRANGERS. This is a space to thank the woman who asked if you were okay; to tell the attractive guy at the train station that you fell in love with him for an instant, and to express how f*cking bewildered you were at the man with two pet parrots on his shoulders and was convinced you were a tree nymph.
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    There are 835,997 words in the plays of Shakespeare. Heavenly Shows and Unnecessary Letters is a podcast where two theatre nerds watch productions of all 39 Shakespeare plays, and have a chat about the challenges and successes in adapting the work for modern stage and screen. If you’re a fan of Shakespeare, or theatre, or just like to listen to people challenge their stamina for consuming iambic pentameter, this podcast is for you.