Resident excellent person EMILY MELLER recommends some top-notch podcasts that’ll make you all the more worldly. If you listen to podcasts and you haven’t heard of – or subscribed to – these ones already, what universe are you even in? WTF
The National Young Writers’ Festival is a fantastically free, annual event that brings together young creatives from across Australia to talk about life, drinking and occasionally writing. If you have any time at all over the long weekend and are
Although all the major festivals – and indeed, audio dreams – are mostly happening overseas, some seriously innovative and creative radio stories come from Australia. Yep, right here. JOEL PERLGUT recommends three locally produced podcasts you should plug into right now.
You can now listen to your favourite magazine – isn’t it nice to hear the voice behind the story? ANDY HUANG recommends three podcasts that are as excellent as their parent publications. Longform: #85 Tavi Gevinson Broadcast: March 26, 2014 Longform.org – not
RACHEL WORSLEY recommends three nerdy podcasts guaranteed to fill you with wonderful, sexy knowledge, which will come in handy if you’re looking to impress your dear friend, lover, mother, cat, or whatever (no judgement). *Interlude* A Short Note From A Sad
Do you often find yourself in a pickle with nothing interesting to say? These three podcasts should give you something to talk about with friends and strangers at the odd gathering. Recommendations by ANDY HUANG. *Interlude* A Short Note From A
Free to stream and download, podcasts are an exciting platform for storytelling (awesome sound effects, anyone?). In theory, there are probably more podcasts than you have time to listen to, so with plenty of them out there, where should newcomers