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Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
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Follow Friday

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Follow Friday is the podcast about who you should follow online. Every week, Eric Johnson talks to creative people about who they follow, and why. Past guests include podcasters like Alie Ward (Ologies), writers like Alexandra Petri (The Washington Post), and YouTubers like Michael Tucker (Lessons From the Screenplay). On Follow Friday, you'll have fun, you'll learn more about your favorite creators, and you'll discover how to make the most of your time online by following the right folks. V ...
 
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Yep -- it’s detective work! But instead of crime scenes, environmental scientist, marine biologist and Forensic Ecologist Dr. Tiara Moore travels the world to sample the sea and the soil looking for the ghosts of larvae past, whispers of frog spit, fungal traces in loamy soil, and the unseen forces that lead to algal blooms and toxic tides. She als…
 
While completing her Masters in Theatre & Performance Studies at King’s College London, Zara Madrusan (Made in the Shade) worked as host and events manager at the Experimental Cocktail Club (London) alongside a role in production and marketing for popular immersive theatre/film company, Future Cinema. Keen to make an impact, her drive was soon taki…
 
After working with some of Melbourne’s most influential chefs Mark Glenn (Pialligo Estate, Canberra) was building an appetite for charcuterie, and the best ways to connect with local producers. When the pandemic landed a unique opportunity presented itself where he could explore the virtues of both in a multi-faceted venue, and the connections and …
 
Today on Follow Friday, journalist and podcaster Bijan Stephen talks about his new history podcast Eclipsed and recommends four of his favorite accounts to follow online: Someone he'd like to be friends with: Tim Rogers, @actionbutton Someone he's followed forever: Hrishikesh Hirway, @hrishihirway Someone super-talented who's still under the radar:…
 
Dynasties are more often associated with money, mining and magnates. Fishing the wild, untamed wilderness of the Western Cape York in Far North Queensland, Katie Simmonds might be the last of one of Australia’s greatest fishing dynasties ……. Follow Fishtales, a Seafood Podcast on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fishtalesseafoodpodcast/ Follow J…
 
David Murphy is one of Sydney's original wine and hospitality professionals. He's been there and done that, not that you'd know it by his humble attitude and gentlemanly grace. A drink and chat with Dave Murph is always a true pleasure. https://lyres.com.au Follow Over a Glass https://www.instagram.com/overtheglasspod Host Shanteh Wale https://www.…
 
After opening a café in a Melbourne University Salvatore Malatesta (St Ali, Melbourne) realised the need and opportunity to raise the bar in regards to café offerings and particularly coffee. Fuelled by his love of everything coffee he led a revolution in Australia’s dining capital that not only changed our perceptions on cafes, but helped steer Au…
 
When the pandemic hit and the industry went into lockdown it also put Nigel Ward’s (Passeggiata) dreams of opening his own restaurant on hold. He landed a job cooking in one of the city’s best kitchens but the yearning to explore his own venue gave him itchy feet. While looking at a venue to rent in his own neighborhood he discovered a beautiful ol…
 
After completing a Bachelor of Business Communications Carolyne Helmy (Sovereign, The Star Gold Coast) moved to the USA to begin a career in the corporate world. However, it was her stint in a San Diego-based food and beverage import company – where she was surrounded by leading restaurants and culinary entrepreneurs – that influenced her decision …
 
Steve Robinson grew up on a farm but he didn't realise exactly how much made-from-scratch ethics influenced him until he was a stay-at-home dad making pasta for his young family. Steve's kitchen bench hobby slowly morphed into one of Australia's most prominent premium pasta companies. Otway Pasta has a focus on quality ingredients, traditional meth…
 
After growing up in a family where food was at the heart of everything, Jemma Whiteman (Ante, Newtown) felt a natural magnetism to the hospitality sector. After building her career surrounded by some of the most influential chefs of the modern era. Then she formed part of a duo that changed our perceptions of dining with the movable feast Pinbone, …
 
Born into a family with a rich multi-generation farming background, Vaughn Schutlz (Schultz Family Farm) grew up in the most fascinating surrounds. When he became an adult he left to embrace city living, but when it came time to start his own family, the past pulled him back to the family farm where he now produces some of the most extraordinary po…
 
Spearfishing is a passion of Tim Barnett, the owner and founder of New Zealand commercial fishing operation, Ocean Speared. This family owned and operated business, combines Tim’s experience, both in the commercial diving industry, and as a passionate recreational spearfisherman. https://oceanspeared.co.nz Follow Fishtales, a Seafood Podcast on Ins…
 
Cathy Gairn epitomises true regional community spirit. One fo the first to grow grapes in Tumbarumba, she now can be found in the vines and welcoming travellers into Courabyra's cellar doors. Once you walk in you may never want to leave. https://courabyrawines.com Follow Over a Glass https://www.instagram.com/overtheglasspod Host Shanteh Wale https…
 
Growing up in as a second-generation Italian-Australian Sharon Romeo (Fino Seppeltsfield, Fino Vino) had a strong connection to food at a young age, and believed her destiny was a career as a chef. But after work experience, she was declined the chance to do a chef apprenticeship. She headed to university to study psychology and all the while found…
 
You’re six to ten times LESS likely to catch COVID-19 if you’re vaccinated, and thus less likely to infect others. Great! But what about breakthrough cases? Who’s at risk for them? How many folks haven’t gotten vaccinated? Should pregnant people get the ol’ jab, what might happen with transmission rates in 2022, yearly booster questions, the ethics…
 
Navigating through a new lens After falling in love with cooking and the world of hospitality Jason Roberts rose the ranks quickly to become head chef of one of Sydney’s most important restaurants of its time Bistro Moncur. But just when the physical and mental stress began to burn him out, and opportunity to cook on television transformed his life…
 
While at University Andrew Duong (Miss Vans, ACT) opened an homage to the food of his Vietnamese heritage in a shipping container that soon garnered a cult following. Buoyed by its success he teamed up with some other young guns to open two modern Asian eateries that joined the throng of new wave diners, but in his heart he felt a magnetic pull to …
 
In Australia turkey often plays second fiddle to chickens, but things are changing. An idea to have a few turkeys on the farm led Claire Longbottom (Freshwater Turkeys, SA) down a path to breed and pasture-raise rare heritage turkeys in the Clare Valley, South Australia. These incredible birds grow slowly and are free to roam outside and embrace an…
 
Wolf howls, wolf packs, wolf history and more! November 23 is the dog appreciation holiday Wolfenoot so we’re dishing up a puppy-sized and kid-friendly Smologies with lupinologist and Princeton professor Dr. Brigette vonHoldt. Learn about wolf populations, canine family dynamics, Game of Thrones direwolves, if wolves howl at the moon, myths and tru…
 
Lured into the world of food Angela Hirst (Wandering Cooks) went on a mission incubating and mentoring an eclectic mix of local growers and producers, as well as fledgling and ambitious food makers in a venue where they could afford to follow their dream. It not only became the hub of the community, but a place with connection at its heart. But whe…
 
The paddock to plate ethos seems almost commonplace these days, but there are some that fostered a greater connection to those that produce our food and those that cook it long before it was widespread. Matt Moran (Aria, Chiswick, Moran Family Farm) is one of Australia’s most influential chefs and restaurateurs, and a firm believer in the ethos, bu…
 
(Full transcript here) After three years of reporting out stories that originated on Reddit, the WBUR podcast Endless Thread parted ways with the social app this year, and started asking, "What else can we say about the internet?" "Follow Friday is a great example of how there's so much out there, and we felt like we had more work to do," says Endl…
 
For 40 years Norm Hedditch has been fishing the warm tropical waters of the mystic north – from prawning for Tiger and Banana prawns to netting for Barra, he has pretty much worked every species. These days, he owns and operates his family business, Taroona Fishing, based out of the legendary “Duck Pond” in Darwin harbour. Now, with daughter Toni r…
 
Chris Carpenter continues family tradition in his considerate and respectful winemaking. Lark Hill is paving the future for generations to come in Canberra's wine country. https://larkhill.wine Follow Over a Glass https://www.instagram.com/overtheglasspod Host Shanteh Wale https://www.instagram.com/shantehwale/?hl=en Executive Producer Rob Locke ht…
 
The foundation to flourish Although his first experience as an owner of a restaurant (Movida) became one of the most successful restaurants in Melbourne’s culinary history, David Mackintosh (Lee Ho Fook, Ides, Pope Joan, SPQR Pizzeria) felt he didn’t learn any lessons because they got just about everything right. But the momentum created opportunit…
 
Who’s on it? What’s on it? And why does the interface feel like you’re on a prank show? Scicomm host, vlogger, author, internet friend, and TikTok-maker Hank Green stops in to chat about learning the language of the algorithm, dopamine, duets, data concerns, idealized selves, self-expression, mental health, authenticity, work/ life boundaries. And …
 
After working for trailblazers such as Neil Perry, Kylie Kwong and Tetsuya Wakuda, renowned chef and restaurateur Dave Campbell (Shellharbour Club) discovered a greater connection to produce and a yearning to be closer to the source. But after running an all-day eatery that was ahead of its time, he realised it was hard to foster deep connections w…
 
When she was about to embark on an engineering degree in Barcelona, Olivia Serrano (Lola Dining, Ballina) fell into a conversation with a friend who was beginning a commercial cookery class. Blown away that you could cook professionally and get paid for it, she changed course and left her engineering aspirations behind her. Sparked by a fascination…
 
What if you farmed as much for beauty, joy and creativity as sustenance? Simone Jelley runs Pretty Produce, an edible flower grower in Queensland, supplying chefs and restaurants, and making value-added products that she offers direct to consumer. It's an endless journey of discovery, working with plants that aren't always appreciated for their edi…
 
Growing up as an Australian with Egyptian heritage Paul Farag (Nour, Aalia) always avoided the food of his heritage and family in a professional context. A chef with an innate desire to dig beneath the surface and uncover the finer details in technique, he explored nose-to-tail cooking at The Four in Hand, took a deep dive into charcuterie at Monop…
 
While working as a chef, Amy Hamilton (Liberté, Albany) stopped into Albany on the far tip of south coast of Western Australia for what she thought was a quick visit. But realising its beauty and keen to find a greater connection she rolled the dice and took a chance to get skin in the game and build a restaurant of her own in a small regional town…
 
(Full transcript at FollowFridayPodcast.com) Supporters of the Follow Friday Patreon page get a shout-out on the podcast, exclusive previews of who's coming up on future episodes, and — most importantly — bonus podcasts, with follow recommendations from our amazing guests that didn't make it into the main episode. Today on Follow Friday, we're unlo…
 
New Zealand is a 90% net exporter of it’s seafood, reknown world wide for the quality not only of what is caught and grown but also of the fisher folk. One such fisherman export is Mark Urwin of Vancouver Fishmongers 46 South – hear his Fish Tale……… http://www.46south.ca Follow Fishtales, a Seafood Podcast on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fis…
 
Harriet Leigh is Head of Hospitality at Archie Rose Distilling Company, her experience in some of Sydney's most influential venues is vast and full of vigor. The Australian spirits industry has never been more prosperous and Harriet Leigh is right in the thick of it. https://archierose.com.au Follow Over a Glass https://www.instagram.com/overthegla…
 
PAIN. What is it? Where does it come from? And how can we hurt less? Which hurts more, a kidney stone or heartache? Why does chronic pain persist? Can we turn down our pain dials? To answer these huge questions, pain psychologist Dr. Rachel Zoffness enthusiastically explains the brain, pain and how to retrain it. She is an unabashed neuronerd and a…
 
After taking a leap of faith and buying a restaurant at the age of 21 Bianca Welsh (Stillwater, Black Cow Bistro, Seven Rooms) has become one of the most awarded and respected young restaurateurs in Australia. But as her businesses grew, she watched many of her industry colleagues struggle with mental health and after supporting a young staff membe…
 
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