Nightlife with Phil Clark and Indira Naidoo has everything you need to get you through the night, seven nights a week.
The policies that led to the stolen generation.
The so-called "protection" policies introduced in the mid 1830's led to so many indigenous children being removed from their families.
Monday Night Travel: The Western most point of Australia, Shark Bay
The wonderful world heritage site of Shark Bay in Western Australia
This Week in History: The Palomares Disaster
The Palomares incident, the nightmare scenario of a nuclear weapon accident, was almost wiped clean from history.
Chocolate: A Delicious History
Chocolate is like a mouthful of happiness. It can come in a multitude of flavours that create a sensation simply perfect for tickling the tastebuds.
The Collectors: Barbie Dolls
Barbie dolls are a collector's dream, particularly the rare ones.
The Writers: Divya Rajagopalan
Memories can fade the further from home. Even more so when leaving the culture in which you grew up.
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Love nightlife cast of characters
It would truly be great to have a podcast of nightlife book readings as I regrettably sometimes fall asleep and miss a chapter.
This would be a great addition to abc podcasts
Meg from marengo
Please make the quiz/challenge a podcast.
Why not? I’m rarely able to listen at the time it’s on, but I love it. Good for the brain.
Indira Naidoo is great, Phill needs to go
I used to love Nightlife with Tony Delroy and listened to it for 20years. Sadly, his replacement - Phil, is bored, not that interested, a but pompous, difficult to listen to, lacking in a sense of humour and makes me feel exhausted. I am sorry to be negative but he is excruciating to listen to. Indira Naidoo on the weekends is by contrast warm, funny, engaging and worth listening to.
It’s time to move Phil on. He’s killing the show.