Wanna know what it means when Mercury is in retrograde? And when you DEFINITELY shouldn’t text your ex? Great – you can listen to It’s a Sign: Your Daily Astrology Tip. Hosted by astrologer Katherine Gillies, It’s a Sign is a daily, 90-second guide to your life. Delving into the complexities of the Zodiac, Katherine charts moon and planetary transits and contextualises – simply – how these changes will translate into our day-to-day lives. If you’re ever wanted a little friend on your shoulder, whispering what you should (and shouldn’t) be doing, you need It’s a Sign. This is SO much more than a horoscope – it’s logical, practical tips in short, bite-sized pieces. Welcome to your new guide to life! Subscribe to It's a Sign on the LiSTNR app to hear episodes first. You can also follow Katherine on Instagram and Tik Tok, @moon__muse__, or visit moonmuse.com.au.
Welcome to The Streaming Service with Justin Hill, a thrice-weekly podcast from LiSTNR. We’re in the golden age of TV, with must-see series after must-see series launching each and every day. So whether it’s on Netflix, Binge, Stan, Disney+, Amazon Prime, Paramount Plus, Apple TV or HayU – phew – Justin will give you the definitive run-down of everything that is hot, new and absolutely worth your time – and money.
From The Monthly and LiSTNR comes The Politics Podcast, a new daily podcast that cuts through the noise and delivers you the in-depth analysis of the moments that defined the day in politics. Hosted by The Monthly journalist Rachel Withers, The Politics Podcast drops at 5.30pm each weekday.
Put your thinking caps on, folks. Huh? Science Explained is here, the twice-weekly podcast brought to you by LiSTNR and Cosmos. Hosted by Cosmos’ very own science journos, this is the podcast that will answer all of life’s questions – in just 10 minutes.
Press Start Daily Gaming News is your daily snapshot of all things happening in the gaming world provided by press-start.com.au
From The Saturday Paper and LiSTNR comes Post: News in Five, a daily podcast bringing you the top five news headlines in just five minutes. It means you’ll know what’s going on, why it’s going on and where it’s going next in the time it takes to make a coffee. Hear new episodes every weekday morning by 8.30am.
Give your relationships a boost in 5 minutes or less with Small Things Often from The Gottman Institute. We provide simple, proven, quick tips to help you deepen and enhance your relationships!
Morning Kids is a daily, five-minute educational resource that helps kids dip a toe into the world of news in an age-appropriate way. Our goal is to contextualise life for our little ones, from gently explaining something they may have heard in the news, to what feelings are and why they may be experiencing them. We’ll be expanding their worlds and exploring foreign lands together, and introducing them to animals and their body. Created in partnership with Australian primary school teachers, Morning Kids is designed to give five- to seven-year-olds a safe listening space each weekday, whether they’re listening in the car on the way to school or around the breakfast table.
The Scorecard gets you across the sports stories you need to know in under 10 minutes. Published every Monday to Friday at 7am, and hosted by Triple M's own Liam Flanagan.
Listen to the Men’s Health Minute for the latest in fitness, nutrition, health, sex, style, grooming, tech, weight loss, and more.
Want to start living your greatest life? In Unlock The Greatness Within Sarah Grynberg shares her extensive knowledge and expertise on the ways to cultivate greatness. In these inspiring wisdom-filled episodes learn the simple, tips, habits, practices, and strategies to help you live a life without fear, filled with love and meaning. To listen to full episodes of 'A Life Of Greatness' podcast where Sarah interviews experts about ways you can live your greatest existence click here: https://bit.ly/3ucSiWr For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app.
Cass Dunn, Clinical Psychologist and Mindfulness Meditation teacher and host of the 'Crappy to Happy' podcast, gives you tips and advice on how to feel a little less crappy and a little more happy in just 3 minutes. To listen to full episodes of the 'Crappy to Happy' podcast where Cass interviews experts about practical ways you can feel more energetic, happier and confident in your life.
Narrators read our favourite written stories. You can listen to them anywhere, including on your smart speaker. Play for audio versions of WIRED's latest Science stories on genetic engineering, robotics, space, climate change, and more.
Stay up to date with coronavirus information and advice from the Australian federal and state governments. Listen daily for tips on how to stay healthy and help stop the spread of coronavirus in Australia.
Your essential morning update from the New York Daily News. Get the top stories you need to start your day – with New York attitude.
The mom and dad struggle is real. Here’s your daily parenting tip from the experts at Parents.com and Parents magazine, whether you have a baby, toddler or bigger kid.