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Two nature-lovers from Victoria have captured the soundscape of Australia's largest temperate rainforest.
Frank Povah chats about the history of this classic Aussie word for 'fool'.
Some public personas might use the word 'coralled', but it's not remotely Australian.
Frank Povah argues that the demise of 'sheila' is a shame and that it deserves a come back.
AG editor Ian Connellan chats about an important program to save endangered bilbies.
Shout out a "coo-ee" just about anywhere and you'll get a response. Frank Povah tells us the origin of this classic call.
AG editor, Ian Connellan chats about the end of the largest police beat on Earth: camel patrols of the outback.
AG editor Ian Connellan chats about locust plagues and how the worst one in 30 years is about to hit.
AG Editor Ian Connellan talks about the benefits of infidelity to female finches.
AG Editor Ian Connellan talks about research from the Australian Museum Eureka Science Prizes.
Are you a fan or a barracker? Frank Povah tells us the difference.
AG editor Ian Connellan talks about the mystery of bird migration in this audio recording.
Perth researchers are recording the vocalisations of a range of native fish.
Ever 'done a blockie'? Well, Frank Povah tells us how that word came about.
Did you know that the electric drill and bionic ear were invented in Australia?
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Photographers hit the beach in search of hippos in the surf for a new documentary, Africa: Eye to Eye with the Unknown.
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