Spend an hour in someone else's life. Conversations draws you deeper into the life story of someone you may have heard about, but never met.
Seeing the world through a dog's eyes
Dog behaviourist Laura Vissaritis uses science and psychology to better understand what our dogs really are telling us
Dynasties and dynamism
Nicholas Jose was living in China in 1989, when the military was sent in to violently quell pro-democracy rallies in Tiananmen Square. He left Beijing the next day and returned to a changed city
Sam Neill's menagerie
Sam Neill is a winemaker, a cancer survivor and a father. He's also an actor, who's made more than 100 films
Smuggled to Antarctica
Rachael Mead with the true story of Nel Law, who stowed away on a Danish ship in 1961 to become the first Australian woman to set foot on Antarctica
The echidna argument
Strategic analyst Sam Roggeveen says Australia needs to think more like an echidna when it comes to defence
Living to 120 and beyond
Dr David Sinclair is a longevity expert who believes ageing is a treatable disease (R)
Interesting guests and a terrific interviewer
. . . Everyone and their brother is on the internet doing podcasts and interviews these days - Richard Fidler gets points for the rarest thing- skill in talking to people.
Deceptively simple, but pushes the story a long to the good bits and worth studying how he makes it look easy.
I absolutely love this program. Great stories well researched and very often completely surprising. A must podcast
Click go the shears boys
Great program on the shearer from Bollon, Cunamuulla n the west. Such people do make a difference n great giving them a voice and hearing of their achievements. Hearing from the everyday people brings sanity to the stillness that we are exposed to daily. The two interviewers of this podcast make Conversations worth listening to.