Each week the podcast features intimate conversations with extraordinary Australians.
Shackleton’s Endurance is the stuff of legend, but a team of scientists are determined to find its remains.
Science & Environment
Scattered across the oceans floor brittle stars are the most abundant, but least-known stars of the sea.
On This Day
150 years ago, Burke and Wills started their ambitious trek across Australia
By searching through old journals, ANU experts have created a new much more accurate map of explorer Ludwig Leichhardt’s route.
On This Day
In 1828 Charles Sturt began an exploration of the puzzling westward-flowing rivers and Australia’s inland sea.
As journal editor Ian Conellan reports, the AG Society is rolling up its sleeves for a great cause.
Earlier this month, a flotilla of ships celebrated 100 years since the Australian Antarctic Expedition set off.
Tim Jarvis retraced the 1916 attempt by six men to save their crew on one of the world’s most inhospitable islands.
History & Culture
Before Captain James Cook set out to find Australia, he lived and worked on a farm outside a small village.