For its first episode, I Am A Fan dives into a discussion about one of the biggest boy bands to have ever existed: One Direction.
Monash Student Theatre’s (MUST) new rock musical, Holloway, takes on some sensitive and important topics. The people behind it talk to Anna McShane-Potts and Renyuan Ouyang.
MATILDA BOSELEY and ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN ask: Where is the line between consensual sex and rape? And why does our legal system have such a tough time defining it?
Slime ASMR and mukbang – what makes them so popular? Join ISABELLA REHARTA and SOPHIA VAMVAKIDOU as they explore two online sensations.
ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN talks to researcher Betty Barkha, who grew up in Fiji, with cyclones raging outside her window, and watching whole villages disappear under water.
Scienceworks Beyond Perception offers teen museum-goers an immersive experience designed by students for students. DAVID BONADDIO reports.
In this week’s episode of Do Talk to Strangers MAHIA RAHMAN explores the 36 questions with her almost blind date, Amir
Culture Corner goes to Crazy Rich Asians, and wonders, is it a step forward or back? for Asian representation in cinema? ISABELLA REHARTA and RENYUAN OUYANG are joined by MALA DARMADI to discuss the issues.
How intimate can you really be in a Christian couple before marriage? Does Islam tell you what kind of partner to look for? Can Tinder really be more than just a one-night stand? GABRIELLE COLE and SELBY STEWART ask the hard questions about what it is like to date under different religions.
Invisible Heads – a podcast that goes behind the scenes with the people who make your entertainment – talk to kids’ show animators Cristina Driver and Ben Mansur