Welcome to Griffith's home of podcasts
Our podcast team is making immersive audio with the best original interviews and stories for your listening pleasure. These range from on the ground audio documentaries from remote regions like Lockhart River and Tasmania to interviews with Griffith experts on campus. Quick and easy to download, whether you are on the bus, driving into work, in the gym, hanging out washing, or lying on the couch, you can listen at your own pace by subscribing through your podcast provider to get them sent straight to your device, or you can stream them from here.
A Middle Ground is a Griffith University podcast providing independent analysis of current events by Australia’s best political scientists and policy researchers.
Remarkable Tales is a podcast production of Griffith University. Hosted by Nance Haxton, we go around Australia and the world to find Griffith University graduates leading the way.
The award-winning Urban Squeeze, from nationally renowned planning experts Tony Matthews and Jason Byrne, translates urban planning concepts and research for a broad public audience.
Dr Matt Barton and Dr Mike Todorovic are Griffith University lecturers and researchers who love discussing the anatomy and physiology of various human systems and explore important clinical correlates.
The Gender Card, hosted by Griffith’s Gender Equality Research Network, discusses how research on gender equality positively shapes society in areas that are not often the mainstream focus.
In this podcast series - 'A Matter of Crime' - Griffith Criminology Institute members are interviewed by Nance Haxton, a dual Walkley award winner and former ABC journalist. These conversations address the big questions in the researcher’s field of expertise, as well as myths, challenges, and new directions.