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Three times a week, hear the best of Guardian Australia’s journalism read out loud to you

    A journey down WA’s mighty Martuwarra, raging river and sacred ancestor

    A journey down WA’s mighty Martuwarra, raging river and sacred ancestor

    Traditional owners are standing together to protect the Fitzroy – a ‘beautiful, living water system’. Gabrielle Jackson, associate editor of audio and visual, introduces this story and its bird-sized spiders

    • 12 min
    ‘I’ve worn a couple’: how Alan Lynch’s scary decline adds to concussion discourse

    ‘I’ve worn a couple’: how Alan Lynch’s scary decline adds to concussion discourse

    Once fast enough to earn a place in the Stawell Gift hall of fame, the former VFL footballer now lives with Parkinson’s disease. Sport editor Mike Hytner introduces Alan Lynch’s honest and candid account of concussion from sport

    • 17 min
    Speed, decisiveness, cooperation: how a tiny Taiwanese village overcame Delta

    Speed, decisiveness, cooperation: how a tiny Taiwanese village overcame Delta

    A rural community of 5,500 people, with an under-resourced health system, came together to take on Covid. International news editor Bonnie Malkin introduces this story about a community effort to confront Delta

    • 11 min
    Clementine Ford pivots to love: ‘For how long can you be the provocative feminist voice?’

    Clementine Ford pivots to love: ‘For how long can you be the provocative feminist voice?’

    After a decade embroiled in public controversies, one of Australia’s most high-profile feminists is exposing a softer side with her new book, How We Love. Culture editor Steph Harmon introduces this profile on someone who describes herself as wilfully misunderstood

    • 16 min
    ‘It will be found’: search for MH370 continues with experts and amateurs still sleuthing

    ‘It will be found’: search for MH370 continues with experts and amateurs still sleuthing

    It’s the “mystery that must be solved”. Seven-and-a-half years after the Malaysia Airlines flight disappeared with 239 people on board, head of news Mike Ticher recommends this story as he remembers covering the tragedy when the news broke

    • 14 min
    A common treatment for endometriosis could actually be making things worse

    A common treatment for endometriosis could actually be making things worse

    Repeat surgeries for endometriosis could be exacerbating pain symptoms, experts say. Gabrielle Jackson, associate editor of audio and visual, introduces a story about a chronic inflammatory condition that affects one in 10 women globally

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

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Thomas Keneally - fracturing our .....

Dear old mate Thomas Keneally

What a beautiful noise and cadence his voice has..

He has the most perfect resonance to my uneducated ear..

Please Thomas read me more..

I’ve listened to this piece over & over , it reminds me of my dear old Great
Grandpa..

How humble, how beautiful, how knowledgeable & relevant.

Thank you old mate Keneally..

Love you man

John Gilbert

SA

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Tom Keneally is a National Treasure

A very insightful reminder. A great piece. Thank you Tom 🙌🏼

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