CountryLine is Australia's premier fake rural news podcast, bringing you insights into bush characters, coverage of bush issues and stories from the bush about people living in the bush with hearts for the bush.
The Big Bush Blow-up: Exposing Rural Reporting
Corruption is rife within rural journalism in Australia. Free morning teas, countless bags of citrus and complimentary entry into irrigation workshops are just some of the under-the-table perks ag journos are getting away with. But the rot stops here.
Bottling the Bush: The Rise of Regional Wine
He may not have been born Down Under, but regional winemaker Thaddeus Rhineholt knows how to make a good drop, and the world is catching on to his left-of-centre production techniques. Although, judging by his consumption, many things Thaddeus does are just left of centre.
Drones: The New Bush Tool
The sky's the limit for rural drone operator, Callum Bramley. Actually, an altitude of 120m is the official CASA-instigated height limit, but he's not letting that stop him from pushing some serious technology into farming.
Bush Beef Boost: Introducing the Brindle Breed
Not content with the current range of beef cattle breeds, Colbert McLancle took matters into his own hands and created one- the Brindle. But will it make its mark on an already crowded industry? (NOTE: Use of the word "Brindle" is used with permission, pending invoice payment.)
Governess: A City Girl Goes Bush
It takes a lot of guts and plenty of faith in remote internet access to prompt a young Melbourne woman to take up the role of a governess on a remote sheep station. Luckily for Kayleece Smalls, they've just installed a new repeater tower.
The Rural Ladies Auxiliary: Heart of the Bush
Step inside one of Australia's greatest rural institutions- the Rural Ladies Auxiliary. Is the organisation still relevant for modern rural women? It's an intriguing question, and one that is best contemplated over a good cup of tea, served on a saucer, of course.