Third Coast International Audio Festival Here's your chance to take part in an international audio mega-project, whether you've been making radio for decades, or have always longed to utter "Testing 1, 2" into a microphone. The ShortDocs Challenge is for everyone! UPDATE: the ShortDocs are in, over 150 *studly* specimens! We're uploading new ones to the site daily, take a listen here. Accessibility From The Ground Up The web professional's online magazine of choice. In: Articles By Matt May Published on January 20, 2005 You’ve seen it at all the design conferences. It’s showing up on contracts and RFPs. The Guardian News: Video The film team review this week’s new releases, including The Wolfpack, about a gang of brothers raised in semi-isolation and Gemma Bovery, a sleepy adaptation of the Posy Simmonds comic, starring Gemma Arterton
Lutheran Minister Preaches A Gospel Of Love To Junkies, Drag Queens And Outsiders Lutheran Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber says that all are welcome at her Denver church, The House for All Sinners and Saints. Courtney Perry hide caption itoggle caption Courtney Perry Lutheran Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber says that all are welcome at her Denver church, The House for All Sinners and Saints. ABC Radio National (Australia) View full program guide5:30 pmReligion and Ethics Report With Andrew WestThe world of religious affairs and ethical issues in Australia and around the globe.6:00 pmRN Drive With Patricia KarvelasRN Drive takes you behind the day's headlines, with an engaging mix of current affairs, analysis, arts and culture from across Australia and around the world.With Sinead ManganRelevant and engaging coverage that provides news and analysis of national issues significant to regional Australia8:00 pmBig Ideas With Cathy Van ExtelTalks, forums, debates and festivals around the world.9:00 pmThe Hub on Books With Claire NicholsYour weekly destination for in-depth literary interviews as well as news and analysis about the publishing industry. With Ann JonesFrom suburban backyards to the remote wilderness: RN heads outside.View full program guide
She's 19, She's Saudi, She's Keeping A Diary: Corna Flix, Karate, Lab Science And Love : Goats and Soda Majd kept a journal about a time in her life when she was torn between getting married or going to school. Courtesy of Madj hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Madj ABC News 'I'm Scottish': Gutted Lambie to quit Senate in latest citizenship shock Jacqui Lambie broke down in a radio interview this morning as she confirmed she will resign from the Senate because she holds British citizenship, telling listeners she always thought she was "Australian as they bloody come". How your MP will vote if Australia says Yes to same-sex marriage We've asked every federal politician what they intend to do if same-sex marriage gets to a vote in Parliament. On the numbers we've gathered, both houses would pass a bill to change the law. Check out what your local member will do. Wong says alternative same-sex marriage bill a 'licence to discriminate' It's Kristina Keneally vs John Alexander in the by-election battle for Bennelong Labor nominates the former New South Wales premier to run in the Bennelong by-election against John Alexander, in a contest that could upset the Federal Government's fragile majority and cause major headaches for Malcolm Turnbull.
Amy Chua – Think Again - a Big Think Podcast #137 – U.S. and Them Subscribe on Google Play, Stitcher, or iTunes Come talk to us on Twitter: @bigthinkagain I don’t know about you, but for me, middle school was horrible. I arrived at an all-male school in a still very homophobic era as a small, nervous, Michael Jackson fanatic. Don’t worry - I’m going somewhere with this. For three years, life was hell.
Catalyst - ABC TV more stories > The Great Australian Bee Challenge - Part One Tuesday, 29 January In the first of two programmes, host Paul West challenges four families to successfully keep a honeybee hive, bringing these everyday Australians up close to the very latest science about bee brains, communication and behaviour.