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Podcast: Moya Simpson’s Voices

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Part 1 & 2 of Moya Simpson’s Voices. During lockdown Moya Simpson and John Shortis wrote their memoirs. Moya decided that the best way for her to present hers was in a podcast. ABOVE: Popular duo act Shortis & Simpson.  Source: District Bulletin archive October 2016. Now it’s up there on SoundCloud for all

Podcast: Women’s sports — MORE CHALLENGES WITH COVID

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IT’S NOT NEW news that women constantly face inequality in sports from the grassroots level to the professional level. Nevertheless, any sports personality will give you examples of how sports organisations are trying to lessen this gender equality gap. But since Covid hit and stopped Australia in its tracks, it left sport

Love a mystery? Here‘s a great reality one from the Outback

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PODCAST-OF-THE-WEEK: LISTEN HERE: The Mystery of the Marree Man The Australian outback is home to many mysteries, but the Marree Man has to be one of the biggest. In every sense of the word. REPORTING, PHOTOGRAPHY: James Vyver, ABC Radio National READ THE ARTICLE HERE: The Marree Man. An Outback Enigma. By James Vyver, for

Podcast-of-the-week: Vannak Prum on modern slavery

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and his graphic memoir The Dead Eye and the Deep Blue Sea FARZ EDRAKI, Bulletin alumnus, along with her ABC Radio National colleague explores the extraordinary tale of Vannak Prum. Prum’s book unwraps the world of modern slave labour geared to extracting food from nature in a world of exploding human

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