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Podcast – Lunchtime Lecture Series: What makes Layne Beachley tick?
The inspiring Layne Beachley, seven-times world surfing champion, recorded live in conversation with AM Director Kim McKay.
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.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature series – Oron Catts
World-renowned innovator at the intersection of science, nature and art, Oron Catts asks: what is life?
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature series – Mike Hulme
Hear Mike Hulme, University of Cambridge, unravel how different human cultures give shape and meaning to the idea of climate.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature series – Deborah Bird Rose
In this podcast, Deborah Bird Rose (UNSW) examines how humans, animals and the landscape intersect in the face of environmental crisis.
Treasures podcast ep 8: Life in the freezer
In our final episode, Charles and Kim uncover the stories behind objects used in Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic expeditions.
Treasures podcast ep 7: The platypus rug and the lyre bird
Kim McKay and Charles Wooley ponder the beautiful platypus rug and what it tells us about the changing attitudes towards our native fauna.