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Do men or women have more car accidents?

  Is there a gender divide when it comes to car accidents? Or are other factors more influential? President of the Australasian College of Road Safety Lauchlan McIntosh chats to Kayley Harris and Nick Bennett on The Daily Drive about it.  

DAVID MCGONIGAL visits Ireland, continued

Jono Coleman chats with David McGonigal, travel editor at WYZA.com.au as he visits Ireland…

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TANYA KOENS – Love hacks to save your marriage

Jono Coleman chats with leading sex therapist Tanya Koens from Suury Hills Therapy about love hacks to save your marriage.

1 hour ago / 26:55
SUE ELLIOT from Gate 1 Travel – India

Jono Coleman and Laura V chat with SUE ELLIOT from Gate 1 Travel about India.  

2 hours ago / 24:40
Australia’s own space agency

  Australia is getting our very own space agency, but what does that mean? Professor Andrew Dempster is the Director of the Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research at UNSW and he explains to Trevor Long and Nick Bennett on Talking Technology why we need a space agency and what it’ll do.  

3 hours ago / 12:26
What do you actually know about sake?

  Paul Birtwistle – General Manager of Toko Group and sake expert – chats to Kayley Harris and Nick Bennett on The Daily Drive about all things sake.  

4 hours ago / 14:07
Australia’s best beaches

  Brad Farmer from 101 Best Beaches is also Tourism Australia’s Beach Ambassador and he tells Kayley Harris and Nick Bennett on The Daily Drive what makes a good beach and which are the best beaches in Australia.  

4 hours ago / 05:38
Are older Australians over medicating?

  Dr Robert Pickles is the President of the Internal Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand and he chats to Kayley Harris and Nick Bennett on The Daily Drive about whether or not older Australians are over medicating.  

4 hours ago / 09:30
On The Money 26.09.17

On The Money full show podcast 26.09.17

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5 signs you are emotionally intelligent

Ed Phillips speaks to Leadership and Culture expert Colin Ellis about the 5 signs of emotional intelligence.

8 hours ago / 08:49
Chef Daniel’s superfood recipe

Chef Daniel tells Ed Phillips his Superfood recipe.

8 hours ago / 04:02
All you need to know about pomegranates

Ed Phillips and Chef Daniel catch up with Joshua Reuveni from Pomlife to find out about this enigmatic fruit.

8 hours ago / 09:20
The small blue food that packs a super punch!

Ed Phillips and Chef Daniel speak to Terry Benning the Harvest Manager at KS Benning Blueberries to get all you need to know on this tiny super food!

8 hours ago / 10:30
Dr. Andrew Rochford  “The Reality Checkup”

Ed Phillips speaks to Dr. Andrew Rochford about his new book “The Reality Checkup” For men of any age the most common concerns include exercise, diet, sleep, work, relationships, sex, stress, mental health and body image. Using his expertise as a scientist, as a doctor and as a man, Dr Andrew Rochford has combined current […]

10 hours ago / 08:41
A book dedicated to Australian Homes

Tim Webster talks to Belle Magazine Editor, Tanya Buchanan about their latest volume of ‘Belle’s Beautiful Australian Homes’.

12 hours ago / 06:41
Tips for parents for surviving Disneyland

Tim Webster heard all the tips and tricks for surviving Disneyland with kids from Disneyland Expert and author of The Happiest Blog on Earth Jessica Sanders.

14 hours ago / 08:15
Who cares for the carer?

Dr. Helena Popovic joined Tim Webster and Jane Hall to give some suggestions for caring for the carer of Dementia patients.

14 hours ago / 13:02
Are tattoos now acceptable at work?

  Are tattoos and “body art” becoming more acceptable in the workplace?  We’re now being told tattoos are so common, they are part of mainstream culture.  And there’s a body of thought that says tattoos are no longer considered an impediment to getting a job… This of course comes after new stats which suggest that 20% […]

16 hours ago / 04:01
How does your IQ affect your relationship?

Women reportedly are being forced to ‘dumb down’ in their search for a man… The research across 28 European countries has found increasing numbers of well-educated women are choosing men with lower educational achievements as partners, because they don’t want to stay single. In the past, highly educated women tended to remain unattached, but now, […]

16 hours ago / 03:48
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