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Treasures podcast ep 4: The strange obsessions of Australia’s greatest crab collector
In the 1940s, naturalist Mel Ward created the Gallery of Natural History and Native Art in the Blue Mountains, exhibiting some 25,000 crabs.
Treasures podcast ep 3: Charles Darwin and the curator’s chair
In 1874, Museum Curator Gerard Krefft espoused Darwin's theory of evolution. The Board of Trustees were less than impressed.
Treasures podcast ep 2: The great gold nugget and the cricket stumps
In the early 1800s, Sydney was the kind of town where you might win and lose your fortune in a single day.
Treasures podcast ep 1: The first and finest gallery in the land
Step inside the Westpac Long Gallery - home of 200 Treasures of the Australian Museum.
AMplify ep 38: Michael Mel
West Pacific Collection Manager Michael Mel takes Kim McKay back to his homeland in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
AMplify episode 37: Live at the AM – Journeying to Jordan
Journey to the ancient Middle Eastern cities of Pella, Petra and Jerash with a seasoned archaeologist as your guide.
Podcast – Lunchtime Lecture Series: Ita Buttrose
Listen to legendary Australian editor and feminist icon Ita Buttrose in conversation with AM Director Kim McKay.
Live at the AM podcast: Humannature series – Alice Te Punga Somerville
Alice Te Punga Somerville, University of Waikato, gives her talk, 'Taupata, taro, roots, earth: the (Indigenous) politics of gardening'.
Live at the AM podcast: 2018 Eureka Prizes launch
In this live recording of the launch of the 2018 Eureka Prizes, our panel explores the theme "Science for Humanity".
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature series – Catriona Sandilands
Professor of Environmental Studies at York University (Toronto) Catriona Sandilands explores the possibilities of a feminist botany.