Vets Beyond Borders

Vets Beyond Borders is an Australian charity that works with communities around the globe to improve the lives of animals, and therefore humans as well. Whilst there are many animal welfare organisations around the world, lots of countries don’t have adequate access to veterinary health facilities and properly trained… Read More

Masters of Modern Art from the Hermitage with Sylvia Rosenblum

On Arts Wednesday 12 December 2018, Sylvia’s guest was Peter Raissis, Curator of European Art at the Art Gallery of NSW. The conversation covers the origins and history of the Hermitage collections, starting with Catherine the Great and two of the Russian artists represented in the exhibition: Vassily Kandinsky and… Read More

Interview with Jake Krauss Ecologist

Cat and Alex interivew PhD candidate  and ecologist, Jake Krauss  Have you ever camped with lemurs in the bush or watched the mating behaviour of an Andean Cock-of-the-Rock in South America? Well, our special guest and Centre for Ecosystem Sciences UNSW researcher, Jake Krauss has done and seen it… Read More

Interview with Bronwyn Delaney

Bronwyn Delaney is part of a resident action group that protested for the conservation of trees on last sunday. In Ruth Hessey Drive Monday show she talked about what’s going on in our neighbourhood. In addition she told us about her new project to plant more trees in order to… Read More

The Man Who Wants to Dethrone Tony Abbott

It seems the Australian Liberal Party becomes more unstable by the day, with a particularly tumultuous year.  The victory of Independent Dr Kerryn Phelps in Wentworth, a historically blue-ribbon Liberal seat and electorate of knifed ex Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has taken a big toll on the Government. With an… Read More

Inherited fear (epigenetics) and chronic inflammation

Inherited fear and chronic inflammation Epigenetics at its best: Baby mice dislike a smell only their parents were conditioned to fear; cherries! The dire consequences of chronic inflammation on our body. How it is linked to numerous diseases, like macular degeneration, rheumatoid arthritis, some cancers and aging Those stories… Read More

Until by Nick Cave with Sylvia Rosenblum

On Arts Wednesday 5 December 2018, Sylvia’s guest was Beatrice Gralton, Head Curator of Visual Arts at Carriageworks, talking about the astonishing exhibition, Until, by American artist, Nick Cave. Read More

World Bicycle Relief with Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson is mostly known for her ‘I Quit Sugar’ movement. She’s written cookbooks, appeared and shows like Masterchef and the Biggest Loser – but she sold her business IQuitSugar.com last year and gave all the money charity. One such charity Sarah is particularly passionate about is World… Read More

Words That Go Ping: Onomatapoeia with Sylvia Rosenblum

Barbara Lasserre’s latest book is called Words That Go Ping and subtitled The ridiculously wonderful world of onomatopoeia. And a wonderful world it is! Barbara was Sylvia’s guest on Arts Wednesday 18 November 2018. Learn about words that sound like the action described and how those actions… Read More

Interview with Dino Dimitriadis and Di Adamson Arts Tuesday

What a pleasure to have Director Dino Dimitriadis and actress Di Adams come in to chat on Arts Tuesday. ‘All My Sleep and Waking’ is a new play written by Mary Rachel Brown, and in this podcast we get Dino & Di’s insight into this wonderful play. It starts previewing… Read More