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The Bug Whisperer Preview

A sneak preview of The Bug Whisperer, a new four part podcast series produced in Italian. Follow Dr Paola Magni, an Italian forensic entomologist as she solves real life cases of murder, mummies and disappearance. 
In just a few weeks Australia goes to the election polls. How well do you know the parties and their leaders? Today we take a look at some of the new and lesser known - and also two of the oldest. Newly arrived Danes can start here.
In an election campaign, promises of new funding and budgets are made to the right and left - to education, the arts, to renewable energy projects and to The Great Barrier Reef. What are the benefits that the politicians and various parties...
How does one keep the Danish language flowing, once you have settled in Australia, like the 6,000 Danish first-generation immigrants did it, according to a 2011 census? We called Henrik Dichmann from Danish Bakehouse to hear about that, because he...
Perhaps it is, among other things, because Henrik Dichmann has maintained through the 35 years to be making and doing things that have to do with the Danish culture and the Danish products and traditions. In the latest three years, Henrik...
We talk with director of SBS Radio's language programmes, Mandi Wicks, about the reason why the Danish program on SBS Radio will be put in temporary recess, starting from 16 June 2016. If you would like to contact SBS's management about this or...
What it is that makes a Danish club or association relevant and interesting enough for its members to hang on, year after year, and for new members to be flocking in?  In our search for answers we bring in this interview with Secretary...
Initially we asked Anne Marie Dalgaard to tell us who Danes Worldwide is and what the organisation offers, because it is quite clear from the various proposals we received in our competition on Facebook, that there are Danes based in Australia...
This radio segment features a technological breakthrough that has brought a Danish developer and an Australian innovator together to create an alternative to the pesticides. The radio segment features Jan Hugo Schmidt from Denmark, who speaks in...
Dr Graham Brodie (left) and Jan Hugo Schmidt   When weeds crop up all over the place and keep coming back, even when you have been out weeding away numerous times ... that's when bottles and chemicals come out: pesticides. And not least: Roundup. 
Interview with "über-Viking" Rasmus Fiedler from Young Vikings in Town in Melbourne about the group's activities and about why it is cool to be a modern Viking. The interview is in Danish language.
Stories from the Viking age fascinate many people around the world, and it keeps growing thanks to popular tv-series such as 'Vikings' and 'The Last Kingdom'. The Danish Viking museums are excited, because they can quickly translate the increased...
Soon it is time again for the Scandinavian market in Sydney. Kirstine Rasmussen from the Danish Church knows something about this - she is one of the organisers. The interview is in Danish language. - - -Saturday, May 28 is Scandinavian Market at...
Interview with Kirstine Rasmussen from the Danish Church in Australia which starts up a new youth network in the beginning of June 2016
The interview is in Danish language.
Ice and freezing temperatures is not exactly what Australia naturally has most of, and certainly not along the coasts, where the major cities are located. But there are actually ice hockey teams in all major Australian cities, and at the club...
How come a Dane would be traveling all the way to Australia to play ice hockey - of all things? was the first question Mik Aidt asked him when they met at prior to a training session in a hall in central Melbourne city.
The three brave guys in Lighthouse Ten will be representing and "fighting" for Denmark in the European Song Contest with the song 'Soldiers of Love'. SBS spoke with them in Stockholm. 
Last in this segment, you will hear a clip from the trio's press conference where SBS's Alistair Birch ask them a question.    Eurovision is here. You can see the semi-finals and the grand finale of the world's largest song competition on SBS tel...

Eurovision and politics - Part 2

The story about the Eurovision Song Contest - the Eurovision Song Contest - in the period after the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the decades that followed, with dramatic changes in the political and...
→ The Biggest Eurovision Controversies and Scandalswww.sbs.com.au/programs/eurovision/article/2016/04/18/biggest-eurovision-controversies-and-scandals  → The insane politics at play at Eurovisionwww.sbs.com.au/comedy/article/2016/05/12/insane-pol...
Interview with Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, professor and director of the Global Change Institute at University of Queensland. 
The huge coral reef off Queensland's coast - The Great Barrier Reef - has been a lot in the news in recent weeks, because of something that has shocked many. In the beginning it was only the northern part of the reef that had been completely...

Eurovision and politics - Part 1

It comes but once a year. An explosion of neon dreams, on-stage acrobatics and ethno ballads - and the undeniably ever-present key change.  And as usual this year, hundreds of millions of people around the world - including...
Eurovision Song Contest is family entertainment at its biggest and most garish, some say. But, in recent years, more and more attention is being given to alternative readings of the Eurovision Song Contest....