Off Track, with Ann Jones, is an Australian radio show and podcast which combines the relaxing sounds of nature with awesome stories of wildlife and environmental science, all recorded in the outdoors.
On a coral reef, everyone works to keep the city from crumbling.
Requiem for Wildlife
To accompany ABC TV’s Wild Australia: After the Fires, here is a minute of nature sound.
We all know frogs go 'bonk'
But do they really say 'bonk' or is it 'tonk',’ and does a foreign accent make a frog sexy?
Off Track presents Days Like These
Imagine spending your whole life searching for the elusive, perfect fiery opal. And then, one day, you realise you're holding — literally in the palm of your sweaty hand — a glittering prize of a gem that burns with a secret that could unlock the history of the Australian continent. Welcome to the crazy world of opal mining at Lightning Ridge, NSW, where prospector Mike Poben is facing a choice that will change his life forever.
Lynne's lungs and other adventures
Lynne Malcolm lost half a lung, and it was *probably* as a result of a radio story about birds.
Banana box frog rescue service [RE-ISSUE]
Unwittingly shipped almost 3000km across the continent in a hand of bananas, this small frog is going to need help getting home.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Awesome Australian wildlife program
Fantastic topics, very informative, Ann Jones presents it brilliantly - wants to make you go there!
Big fan from UK
Brilliant podcast for the nature lover. Informative, atmospheric and full of wonder
I love this podcast. Beautiful, musical sounds - an audio painting not rivalled anywhere else.