A lot of big issues on today’s show - Junior will talk about the drug ice, Lex Judicarta will give us tips on how to not get sued if you are a doctor, and Dr Amanda Richards talks about World Voice Day. Find more at http://world-voice-day.org/ - all hosted by the effervescent Malpractice!

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On this week's podcast Titus O'Reilly drops by to wrap up the week in sports, and pays tribute to the cricket commentator Richie Benaud, who passed away during the week. British comedian Noel Fielding hangs out with the Breakfasters ahead of his show at Hamer Hall. On this week's edition of "Cultural Backwater" Van Badham discusses Renewable Energy and Thomas Caldwell reviews the horror film "It Follows", as well as what he describes as a "fear fart". 

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In order of appearance:



Festival Program – Dark Mofo – Creative Director Leigh Carmichael



Meme Girls – Malthouse Theatre - Director and Co- Creator Stephen Nicolazzo and Co-Creator and Performer Ash Flanders



Frisk - True North Arts Festival – Producer and VCA Graduate Anna Kennedy  



Perverts – Bernadette Byrne and Victor Victoria – Melbourne International Comedy Festival



Ulumbarra Theatre Bendigo – Development Manager David Stretch



Medieval Moderns – NGV – Curator Laurie Benson



Lady Sings It Better – Maeve Marsdon and Libby Wood – Melbourne International Comedy Festival



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On this week's Byte:

  • Guests:
    • Co-organiser of the Data Science Melbourne Meetup group Phil Brierly joins the team to discuss data science and its far-reaching uses and implications.
  • News in Brief:
    • iiNet users have been experienceing significant slowdowns since the launch of Netflix in Australia - iiNet is blaming their lack of bachkaul capability.
    • Scientists at Stanford University in the US have developed a mobile battery that can charge in one minute - seriously!
    • Apple have announced that they will attempt to eliminate queues by allocating customers wanting an Apple Watch a time to come in and pick them up.
    • Have you seen clothes that you love in movies or on TV? Now you can find it and buy it using Spylight - a Shazam for clothes!
    • Google Loon - the Google balloon that is designed to bring the Internet to remote areas - has been trialled in remote parts of Australia.
    • Infamous 1990's hacker Kevin Mitnick is coming to Australia for CeBIT - but should we be endorsing his attitudes?
  • Advice:
    • If you're having issues with your WiFi at home, James has some suggestions for you (Hint: it's all in the placement).
  • Events and Opportunities:
    • Mini-Make Day - bringing people together from all over Melbourne to share inventions, talents and discoveries, Sunday April 19, 2pm-4pm, Library At The Dock, Docklands
    • Melbourne Electric Vehicle Expo - explore the future of vehicles, Sunday April 19, 10am-4pm, The Atrium, Swinburne University of Technology, John St, Hawthorn
    • Melbourne International Design Week is seeking event submissions, aimed at celebrating international design excellence, May 11-17.

Presented by Vanessa Toholka, James Noble and Cade Diehm

Keep up with all things Byte on Twitter, Facebook, and G+ - see you next week!

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On todays show, in order of appearance: 


Permanent Recident - Ivan Aristeguita - Melbourne International Comedy Festival



Turn Up Your Radio - Trocadero Arts Space - Curator Brendan Lee 



Jeez Louise - Rachel Berger 



Dusk Till Dawn: Forgotten Songs of Flight - composer and muscian - Elissa Goodrich 



Art in Public Places - Toni Burton and Joseph Norster 



Start Ya Bastard - Kel Balnaves - Melbourne International Comedy Festival 




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The Salt of the Earth, Mommy and Giovanni's Island are reviewed. With Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, Thomas Caldwell and Josh Nelson.

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Regular guest Ben Eltham, New Matilda's political correspondent, discusses his recent article on how powerful 'Big Business' has become in Australia, touching on the latest energy White Paper, the Senate Inquiry in to corporate tax avoidance, and the ruling on the ANZ bank fees class action.

Next, Michelle is joined by Johann Hari, author of 'Chasing The Scream'. The book focuses on how the 'War on Drugs' began and investigates whether it is working.

Finally, regular guest Sophie Black, Editor in Chief at Private Media, chats about the significance of Hillary Clinton using Twitter as a platform for the announcement that she is running for US President in 2016.

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Featuring on todays show;


Earth and Sky – TarraWarra Museum of Art – Curator Hetti Perkins



The Real Good Film Fest – School House Studios



Dance Massive – Wrap Up – Jo and Gerard



Calypso Nights – Juan Vesuvius aka Barnie Duncan – Melbourne International Comedy Festival



Jonestown – Guineapigs - Nicholas J Johnson and Sarah Jones



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On todays show Richard had a chat to;


Dr Brown Befrdfgth (USA) – Melbourne International Comedy Festival



Dr Professor Neal Portenza’s Catchy Show Title – Melbourne International Comedy Festival



I am not a Unicorn - Emma J Hawkins – Melbourne International Comedy Festival



City of Darebin Fest – Festival Director – Sia Furler



New15 – ACCA



Mike Finch – Artistic Director - Circus Oz



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On this week's episode Dr Shane and the team discuss dormant hair follicles, the resurrection of the brontosaurus, determining causes for population height change and the economics of reinvigorating ancient canal systems.

Special guest Emily Rochette from Melbourne Girls Grammar talks about teaching science and technology incorporating social media.

Lastly, Dr Stephen Leslie from the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute discusses his work (from the cover of Nature!) in which he created the first detailed genetic map of a complete population.

All this and much more on yet another jam-packed episode!


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