Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) sells 875 spoken word titles mostly on cassette, with some on CD and MP3-CD. The also sell over 600 videos and 250 DVDs of ABC programming. They also offer 15 podcasts of their ABC Radio National programs covering the topics of science, health, and religion, along with interviews and portraits of people in Australia and beyond. They publish many of their items as well as selling many products published by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Their website is very navigable with many categories to browse and searching capabilities. They do sell to customers outside of Australia with an additional shipping cost added.
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In ABC Radio National's 360 documentary and features program you'll hear tales of ordinary and extraordinary lives; adventures in sound, and fresh perspectives on the way ideas and culture intersect with contemporary life. From the corner shop to the rainforests of Kalimantan, the full 360-degree view.
Alain de Botton
For most people the word work is synonymous with jobs, labor and occupations. The things we do to pay the rent. The mundane routine can often overshadow the nuances of the work that we do.
All In The Mind is Radio National's weekly foray into the mental universe, the mind, brain and behaviour - everything from addiction to artificial intelligence.
Radio National's agenda-setting current affairs radio documentary program.
Big Ideas brings you lectures, conversations, features and special series from Australia and around the world.
The 2008 lecture series, A Golden Age of Freedom is presented by Mr Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, News Corporation.
Get to know great Australians and international guests as they enjoy a cuppa and a yarn with Richard Fidler and guest interviewers.
The ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analysis of the week's major events…
Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki
The universe is a strange and wonderful place and, in his Great Moments, Karl has scaled the highest peaks as well as turned over the pebbles to see what's underneath.
Encounter invites you to connect intellectually, emotionally and intuitively across a broad spectrum of topics.
First Person is ABC Radio National's serialised reading of published autobiography, broadcast every weekday. The program brings you the best of current and classic personal narrative including memoir, travel writing, diaries and letters.
Join Paul Barclay each week as he presents a range of talks and events sure to have you thinking and talking. Across the globe interest is growing in talks, forums, debates and festivals of ideas. The wired era has given access to a huge range of speakers and events from all corners of the world.
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The Health Report appeals to both specialist and mainstream audiences by applying a broad definition of health, and seeing health and medicine within social, scientific and political contexts.
In Conversation features leading science writer and broadcaster Robyn Williams talking one-on-one with science professionals and other leading figures who have an interest in the field.
Late Night Live is talk radio with a difference. Phillip Adams invites you to sit in on his conversations with the world's most controversial thinkers.
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The Law Report is clear, jargon-free information about the law and those who make it, break it, and have to comply with it.
Life & Times explores the riches of ABC Radio's archive of documentaries and features. For decades the ABC has been making and broadcasting radio documentaries about the lives and times of the famous and the not so well-known.
Julie McCrossin gets down to the crux of what's affecting out daily health and wellbeing at home, at work and at school.
Lingua Franca, presented by Richard Buckham, looks at all aspects of language: language old, modern, and even invented. Through interviews and prepared talks, the program features experts who analyse a single topic of interest to users and lovers of language.
The Media Report is essential listening for those who work in the media industry and for anyone interested in the future of the media.
Media Watch has built an unrivalled record of exposing media shenanigans since it first went to air in 1989.
MovieTime is a program for everyone who loves movies.
The Night Air is an ever-changing half hour composition of music, sounds, ideas and stories.
Thoughtful people have their say, without interruption, on important science-related topics.
Perspective is Radio National's short commentary program.