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#1929 Disorganised Crime

An innocent mistake can often snowball into a total disaster. For the people in these stories, that snowball rolls them straight into the world of organised crime.

#1928 My Name Is

For the beginning half of her life, Claudia’s Nigerian name made her feel other. It was something she wanted separation from. Now she’s trying to reclaim that part of her identity.

#1927 Disposable: Part II

This is the second of two episodes about rethinking waste, made by University of Melbourne Master of Journalism students, as part of the Science Gallery exhibition Disposable.

#1926 Disposable: Part I

This is the first of two episodes about rethinking waste, made by University of Melbourne Master of Journalism students, as part of the Science Gallery exhibition Disposable.

#1924 Connecting The Dots

They say hindsight is 20/20. This week we’re looking back at the past, and joining the dots.

#1922 Let The Games Begin

Team sport, tetris, jousting and online browsing. This week, we explore the world of games – come play with us!

#1921 Oh The Places You’ll Go

The philosopher, Dr Seuss, wrote: "step with care and great tact and remember that Life's a Great Balancing Act. Just never forget to be dexterous and deft. And never mix up your right foot with your left.” Let's go for a walk.  There’s no place like home by Darren...

#1918 What keeps me up

There are nightmares about teeth and tricky interpersonal situations. Our first story is about both of these things. Stay up with us, as we toss and turn in the middle of the night. Mouthfeel by Jared Richards It was an accident when Jared first used his housemate’s...

#1917 Force of Habit

Yeah, you probably shouldn't bite your fingernails. But other habits have higher stakes. These are the habits that take up our time and our money. Bitcoin or big con by Toby Halligan Toby made a significant investment. He lucked in, when he forgot about it....

#1916 Lost It

Hang out with us in lost property. There's a hoodie with a hole, a pair of headphones that don't work...and a broken heart. Wheels by Sarath Chandra Todd knows what it feels like to lose something. He also knows about starting out as an opera singer, and then pivoting...

#1909 Smells Like Team Spirit

#1909 Smells Like Team Spirit

Our new host, Maddy Macquine, was once politically active and physically active. She was in Year 5. It turns out, finding your sport can mean making some adjustments. Looking Forward by Lee Robinson On Friday evenings, Genamarie catches two trams in peak hour traffic...

#1908 Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing

#1908 Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing

Our host, Samantha Groth, is spreading her wings. But before she vacates, we need to have a chat about the gross, messy, and downright bad.  -- Mailbox by Madeline Goldberger Letterbox vandalism isn’t really funny the first time. Which means it’s really not funny the...

#1907 The B’s and The D’s

#1907 The B’s and The D’s

Names are very useful. They come up a lot. But we mostly can’t choose our last names. — All The Best is proudly sponsored by Bank Australia.  Bank Australia believe that who you lend your money to can have a profound impact on society. Instead of loaning to industries...

#1906 Join The Party

#1906 Join The Party

When the Federal Election comes around, some of us might end up voting for someone we don't know. Angela Moran tries to understand why she knows so little about the electoral process. And then two people enter communities and traditions that are not their own. Their...

#1905 The Shooting Gallery

#1905 The Shooting Gallery

In the inner suburbs of Melbourne, there's a place known to some as 'The Shooting Gallery'. This is an honest conversation about drug use. Listener discretion is advised.  If you would like to speak to someone, you can always call Lifeline on 13 11 14, or the Suicide...

#1904 Unfamiliar Territory

#1904 Unfamiliar Territory

Are you afraid of the dark? Some 21 year olds are. We're crossing into unfamiliar territory, coming of age and questioning the idea of firsts. The Virginity Complex by Talisse Desiderio This is a conversation amongst friends about the concept of purity through...

#1903 My Main Squeeze

#1903 My Main Squeeze

We still don't get time off for Valentines Day. But that doesn't get in the way of us facing our fears or forking out, for a connection. -- Swipe Right, Think Twice by Hongnan Guo Can dating apps help with social anxiety and the search for true love? Special thanks to...

#1902 On Your Marks

#1902 On Your Marks

Marks on our bodies and horses going around the performance ring, have got us on our marks. Get ready to go with us. The Birthmark Club by Madeline Goldberger You could have one on your face, your leg or your back.Birthmarks are visible but there's also more than...

#1901 Back To School

#1901 Back To School

We've got new dreams, new hopes and a new backpack. Grab your game face and embrace your adolescent fears. There are important lessons to be learnt, both inside and outside the classroom. The Eyebrow Incident by Alyssa Bermudez The popular girls, increased body hair...

#1844 Mixed Words

#1844 Mixed Words

These are our final words for 2018. But don't go away. We have to first sit an English exam. We'll also be testing you on the lyrics of your first album. To wrap up, we'll find out how hearing, silence and sign language come together. -- Language Test by Daniel Semo...