Mythical Chefs Josh Scherer and Nicole Enayati discuss, debate, and dissect the web’s most hilariously controversial culinary quandaries.
Everybody eats, but who gets to define what good food is? Join food writer Jess Ho on a journey through their pantry to dissect how Australian palates came to be. Meet expert eaters, farmers, researchers and chefs fighting to have their voice recognised - through the ingredients they champion, the aisles they stock, the prices they charge and the people they hire. People who dare to think differently and are all curious about the same question: what is good taste anyway?
Don't Be So Dramatic, the podcast that talks to different people in the entertainment industry to discover what their job involves and how they got there. Hosted by Rachel Baker, each episode delves into the career and thoughts of her guest in film, TV, theatre, dance, marketing, managing and many other areas.
Ever miss those spooky campfire stories you heard growing up? Well, gather round... and listen close.
Griffin is the only theatre company in the country entirely devoted to producing new Australian plays. Located in the historic SBW Stables Theatre, nestled in the heart of bustling Kings Cross, Griffin has been a permanent home for the exploration of Australian stories since 1978. Many of this country's most beloved and celebrated artists started out on our stage-Cate Blanchett, Michael Gow, Louis Nowra, David Wenham, to name a few-and iconic Australian plays like 'The Boys', 'Holding the Man' and 'The Bleeding Tree' had their world premieres at Griffin, before going on to capture the national imagination. We tell the stories that will help us know who we are as a nation, and who we want to become. Stories about us. Written by us. For us.
Ingredipedia is a food fight podcast, but instead of burgers and pies, your hosts sling weird and interesting food stories. Each episode, Emily Naismith (frankie magazine, Broadsheet) and Ben Birchall (3RRR FM’s Breakfasters, Smith Journal) choose an ingredient (say, maple syrup or tofu) and battle it out over three rounds to see whose facts reign supreme. There are personal stories, extremely unscientific experiments, kitchen failures, rare triumphs and a whole lot of strange facts from the depths of the internet (an uncanny amount related to The Civil War). This is a podcast for anyone who loves eating food hosted by two friends who also love eating food. Oh and you get to vote who wins each episode on Instagram, so come and sit with us and pick your favourite (but don’t tell us to our face because we have fragile egos… or at least one of us does). Our catchy theme music is by Jarrad Brown of Eagle & The Worm. Our beautiful, almost-edible logo by the talented Jess Ramsey.
Are you tired of the same old dining experience? Join Gary Mehigan as he speaks with those in the food and wine space who are putting a fresh twist on your next night out. In partnership with American Express, you’ll hear about unique experiences, unseen food combos, and incredible locations. These are the local spots that are creating so much more than just a menu.
Should you really add olive oil or salt to your coffee, or microwave your tea? Can rice and bread be that bad for us if we’ve been eating these staples forever? Which seafoods are sustainable? And should I say no to cheese boards? It can be so tricky trying to consume the ‘right things’, and the forces that shape our diets go far beyond what’s supposedly ‘good for us’. On Should You Really Eat That?, food writer Lee Tran Lam untangles the social, cultural and nutritional confusion around the food and drinks we consume – with the help of chefs, dietitians and other guests.
From the Wandering Journo at Stories that Matter Studios this is The Streets of Your Town. The podcast that takes you on an audio journey through theatre of the mind highlighting a different slice of Australian life each episode.
The 11th is a podcast that publishes an entirely new issue on the 11th of every month. Inspired by the experience of opening a magazine you love every month and not knowing exactly what you will get, but trusting that something engaging and true will be there waiting for you. Many stories aren’t meant to be a 10-part series and don’t fit the format of a weekly show. The 11th is a home for those in-between ideas. Made up of reported series and personal journeys, fiction and musicals, deep investigative journalism and intimate conversations. Each issue, a different voice. Every month, something new.
Good writing begins with questions. What does it take to write a good story? How do you get your readers to connect with a character? Each week we'll speak to different writers about memoir writing. Hosted by Caitlin Chang and Sarah Malik.
Grab your favourite nibbles and take a seat for the SBS Book Club, hosted by Sarah Malik. Read and listen along as we delve into the year’s best novels - chatting with some of the biggest names in Australian publishing including Tony Birch, Melissa Lucashenko, Shankari Chandran, Mirandi Riwoe and more. Each week, we’ll discuss the book characters you love, hate, and love to hate. We'll dive into portrayals of what Australia was, is and could be. And we'll explore themes of war, race, family, friendship, love and the power of a great story. Get ready for some book club brawls and good times, with the SBS Book club.
Poet Major Jackson is your guide on the pathways to feel and understand our common journey – through poetry. In sharing poems, we take a moment to pause and acknowledge the world’s magnitude, and how poets illuminate that mystery. Join The Slowdown for a poem and a moment of reflection in one short episode, every weekday. Produced by APM Studios in partnership with The Poetry Foundation and supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. Make us a part of your routine as you drink coffee in the morning, as you take a walk in nature, or as you wind down to go to sleep in the evening. With host Major Jackson, we collectively take a moment to calm, to inspire, to learn, and to engage with the best emerging poets and established writers of our time and generations past, from Emily Dickinson to Danez Smith, from Amanda Gorman to Mary Oliver. Listen to our back catalog for episodes by our previous hosts, Tracy K. Smith and Ada Limón, as well as guest hosts Jenny Xie, Brenda Shaughnessy, Tina Chang, Nate Marshall, Shira Erlichiman, and Jason Schneiderman. Our hosts and production team select poems that move them, and we hope they move you, too.
The Splendid Table has always connected people through the common language of food and eating. Now with award-winning food journalist Francis Lam at the helm, we’re bringing forward even more fresh voices and surprising conversations at the intersection of food, people and culture – covering everything from the global appeal of sesame to the impact of Instagram on everyday eating. It’s a food show where everyone is welcome. Produced by American Public Media.
Take your home from DRAB to FAB with TV renovator Cherie Barber. Learn from Cherie's 30 years of property transformation experience as she shares interior design principals, techniques, tips and tricks to cosmetically transform your home and make it your own. For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app.