National Museum of Australia – Audio on demand program

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Forums, talks, symposiums, conferences and other events held at the National Museum of Australia, exploring Australia's land, nation and people.

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http://www.nma.gov.au/audio/
Description
The National Museum of Australia's audio series explores Australia's social history: Indigenous people, their cultures and histories, the nation's history since 1788, and the interaction of Australians with the land and environment. The series includes talks by curators, conservators, historians, environmental scientists and other specialists.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-06-15 03:49
last episode published
2019-06-14 00:00
publication frequency
3.59 days
Contributors
National Museum of Australia owner   author  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
1301
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Categories
Society & Culture Science & Medicine Natural Sciences History Arts

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
14.06.2019

Defining Moments: Fire

Defining Moments: Fire author
14.06.2019

Over the Rainbow: the other world seen by animals

Charles W Clark author
31.05.2019

Historical Expression of Chinese Art

Yan Zheng author
24.04.2019

Beyond buildings and sites

Susan McIntyre-Tamwoy author
14.03.2019

A dialogue of objects: Implications of Islamic art

Sam Bowker author
14.03.2019

Ancient DNA and the origins of Pacific peoples

Matthew Spriggs author
12.03.2019

Roman discoveries

J Patrick Greene author
12.03.2019

How did we get here?

Daryl Day, Stephanie Vasiliou, Lily Withycombe, Holly Wright author
12.03.2019

Rome after dark

Elizabeth Minchin author
28.02.2019

Songlines symposium: conversation

John Bradley, Ian McLean, Margo Neale, Matt Poll and Lynette Wallworth author
28.02.2019

Future-proofing: retelling story case studies

John Bradley, Scott Cane, Kim Mahood, Margo Neale and Mathew Trinca author
28.02.2019

Future-proofing: through technology

Sarah Kenderdine, Margo Neale, Cornel Ozies, Curtis Taylor and Lynette Wallworth author
28.02.2019

Future-proofing: literature and art

Paola Balla, Paul Collis, Lisa Fuller, Ian McLean, Margo Neale, Matt Poll, Una Rey, Lisa Slade and Jen Webb author
27.02.2019

Penicillin to wi-fi and beyond: how Australia shapes the world

Paul Barclay, Genevieve Bell, Stephanie Bull, Rod Lamberts, Geoff McNamara and Michelle Simmons author
26.02.2019

In conversation with ABC RN on Ancient Rome

Bob Carr, Rhiannon Evans, Richard Fidler and Richard Hobbs author
19.02.2019

The Plain of Jars, Laos

Dougald O'Reilly author
19.02.2019

Julius Caesar and Bell Shakespeare

James Evans, Maryanne Fonceca, Sara Zwangobani, Neveen Hanna, Kenneth Ransom, Emily Havea, Jemwel Danao, Russell Smith, Ghenoa Gela and Lily Withycombe author
13.02.2019

In conversation with Michelle Simmons, Australian of the Year 2018

Dan Bourchier, Michelle Simmons author
6.12.2018

Reflecting on Anthropocene Day

Saul Cunningham, Bradley Opdyke, Joan Leach, Libby Robin, Martha Sear, Will Steffen author
6.12.2018

Reflecting on Anthropocene Day

Saul Cunningham, Bradley Opdyke, Joan Leach, Libby Robin, Martha Sear, Will Steffen author
14.11.2018

Directors in conversation

Hartwig Fischer and Mathew Trinca author
14.11.2018

Directors in conversation

Hartwig Fischer and Mathew Trinca author
18.06.2018

Pride and Prejudice: the history of LGBTQIA+ politics in Australia

Michael Kirby AC CMG, Robyn Laverack, Jordan Raskopoulos, Dr Shirleene Robinson, Cathy Van Extel author
11.06.2018

Pride and Prejudice: the history of LGBTQIA+ politics in Australia

Michael Kirby AC CMG, Robyn Laverack, Jordan Raskopoulos, Dr Shirleene Robinson, Cathy Van Extel author
10.06.2018

Pride and Prejudice: the history of LGBTQIA+ politics in Australia

Michael Kirby AC CMG, Robyn Laverack, Jordan Raskopoulos, Dr Shirleene Robinson, Cathy Van Extel author
5.06.2018

The Hajj: Pilgrimage, prestige, and the religious imagination

Professor James Piscatori, Deputy Director and scholar, Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies, Australian National University author
1.06.2018

Silk, gold and sublime artistry: The inimitable world of Islamic textiles

Christina Sumner OAM, weaver, teacher and former curator at the Powerhouse Museum author
31.05.2018

Silk, gold and sublime artistry: The inimitable world of Islamic textiles

Christina Sumner OAM, weaver, teacher and former curator at the Powerhouse Museum author
30.05.2018

Silk, gold and sublime artistry: The inimitable world of Islamic textiles

Christina Sumner OAM, weaver, teacher and former curator at the Powerhouse Museum author
24.05.2018

In conversation with the Hon John Howard

Former prime minister John Howard, Howard Library director Professor Tom Frame and National Museum director Mathew Trinca author
23.05.2018

In conversation with the Hon John Howard

Former prime minister John Howard, Howard Library director Professor Tom Frame and National Museum director Mathew Trinca author
23.05.2018

In conversation with the Hon John Howard

Former prime minister John Howard, Howard Library director Professor Tom Frame and National Museum director Mathew Trinca author
16.05.2018

Midawarr (Harvest) artist talk with John Wolseley

Artist John Wolseley author
15.05.2018

Midawarr (Harvest) artist talk with John Wolseley

Artist John Wolseley author
9.05.2018

So That You Might Know Each Other

Muhammed Aksu and Dylan Esteban, Bluestar Intercultural Centre author
8.05.2018

So That You Might Know Each Other

Muhammed Aksu and Dylan Esteban, Bluestar Intercultural Centre author
7.05.2018

In conversation with Alan Mackay-Sim, Australian of the Year 2017

Biomedical scientist Alan Mackay-Sim with ABC presenter Jane Hutcheon author
6.05.2018

So That You Might Know Each Other

Muhammed Aksu and Dylan Esteban, Bluestar Intercultural Centre author
6.05.2018

In conversation with Alan Mackay-Sim, Australian of the Year 2017

Biomedical scientist Alan Mackay-Sim with ABC presenter Jane Hutcheon author
4.05.2018

Fall of Singapore session three: An enduring legacy

Australian War Memorial curator Dr Anthea Gunn and visual artist Angela Tiatia author
3.05.2018

Fall of Singapore session three: An enduring legacy

Australian War Memorial curator Dr Anthea Gunn and visual artist Angela Tiatia author
23.04.2018

Fall of Singapore session one: Museums and memory

National Museum of Australia Director Dr Mathew Trinca, historian Professor Joan Beaumont, National Museum of Singapore curator Priscilla Chua and historian Professor Frank Bongiorno author
23.04.2018

Fall of Singapore session two: Personal stories

National Museum of Australia Deputy Director Janda Gooding and Australian War Memorial curator Garth O'Connell author
22.04.2018

Fall of Singapore session two: Personal stories

National Museum of Australia Deputy Director Janda Gooding and Australian War Memorial curator Garth O'Connell author
22.04.2018

Fall of Singapore session one: Museums and memory

National Museum of Australia Director Dr Mathew Trinca, historian Professor Joan Beaumont, National Museum of Singapore curator Priscilla Chua and historian Professor Frank Bongiorno author
17.04.2018

The Tuggeranong Schoolhouse Museum

Storyteller and curator Elizabeth Burness author
16.04.2018

The Tuggeranong Schoolhouse Museum

Storyteller and curator Elizabeth Burness author
13.04.2018

Word for word - Songlines

Musician and Gamilaraay language teacher Nardi Simpson, linguist and Western Desert language expert Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis, author and Aboriginal educator Dr Paul Collis, and Indigenous policy expert Sarah Burr author
13.04.2018

Songlines: the foundational Australian story

Indigenous scholar and designer Alison Page, Big hART creative director Scott Rankin, filmmaker and Martu man Curtis Taylor, Songlines lead curator Dr Margo Neale, with ABC RN presenter Paul Barclay author
12.04.2018

Songlines: the foundational Australian story

Indigenous scholar and designer Alison Page, Big hART creative director Scott Rankin, filmmaker and Martu man Curtis Taylor, Songlines lead curator Dr Margo Neale, with ABC RN presenter Paul Barclay author