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  1. The moon and other things

    “We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things,” goes the famous quote from US President John F. Kennedy, “not because they are easy but because they are hard.” But what you don’t know is just how hard the Apollo 11 mission was — and how close it came to disaster.

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  2. Breaking down the cost of renewables

    Debates about renewable energy are back in the headlines.

    Tony Abbott popped up on the weekend saying that the Renewable Energy Target should be scrapped, because it will push up power prices.

    But yesterday, the Shadow Energy minister Mark Butler told RN Breakfast that the target puts downward pressure on prices.

    So can we really continue our transition toward renewable energy without any extra costs?

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  3. Snell Gruber Mann: iPhone Launch

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  4. Listen: The ‘Get a Mac’ oral history podcast

    John Hodgman, Justin Long and scriptwriter Jason Sperling share stories of the legendary Apple campaign and revisit unaired scripts.

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  5. Ale of a Time ’sode 73: Annual Awards 2016

    This is our annual awards show. With four awards up for offer we share our Beer Of The Year, Most Improved Brewery, Brewery To Watch In 2017, and 2016 Brewery Of The Year. Also, Luke offers put on some vinyl next time Dave is over; and Dave really outs his lack of hip hop knowledge… something he has never claimed to have, but still. Also, a fluffy dog runs past.

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  6. RN Sunday Extra: The year in technology

    Constant technological advancement in our age is a given; what is remarkable in 2016 is the speed and force with which technology is changing the world.

    From transformations in social media to re-usable rockets, we look back at the year in technology and talk about the social, political and philosophical implications of the most recent technological advancements.

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  7. Elections Podcast: President Trump

    The day after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, our podcast crew gathered to discuss the path he took to secure the Electoral College while losing the popular vote, the demographic divide among the American electorate and where the country goes from here.

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  8. Can you trademark an Olympic tweet?

    This Saturday morning, we’ll see the opening ceremony of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

    Among other things, the Olympics are expensive—not just for a host city, but for all the Olympic committees which send athletes halfway around the world to compete.

    As a result, sponsorship deals are key—and they are policed.

    But when does that go too far?

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  9. Book to Film - Hunt for the Wilderpeople

    Regular Book to Film reviewers Alicia Sometimes and Thomas Caldwell look at the new film Hunt for the Wilderpeople, which is based on the 1986 novel Wild Pork and Watercress by New Zealand writer Barry Crump.

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  10. Radio Brews News – Episode 80 – Ben Kraus

    This week we catch up with Ben Kraus who, with his partner Maria, owns Bridge Road Brewers in Beechworth.

    Ben recently unveiled his own authenticity campaign featuring symbols celebrating his beer as being “brewed in-house”, “Independently family owned” and “authentic”. We chat with Ben about the concerns driving this move and what it means for the craft industry.


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