Thanks for coming by!
The Australian Audio Guide is something we’ve been working on for a while, and now it’s finally arrived. We hope you enjoy looking around, and who knows? You might find yourself a new favourite podcast or producer.
We’ve undertaken this collaboration (between Audiocraft and the Wheeler Centre) because we believe Australian podcasts are worth listening to – and because we too are curious about the thought and the work that goes into making them. What’s unique about Australian audio, and how is it changing? We’re looking forward to figuring this out alongside you.
As you browse, please bear in mind this isn’t meant to be exhaustive – it’s a guide, not a directory. And there are bound to be things we’ve not yet had a chance to listen to, hear about or include.
We’ll be telling people about the Australian Audio Guide at Chicago’s Third Coast International Audio Festival this weekend – and chatting about the guide (and creative audio in Australia) at PRX Podcast Garage in Boston next Wednesday 16 November – so if you’re there, come and say hello!
But most of all: enjoy all this good listening, and drop us a line (scroll down) if you’ve got a great Australian audio recommendation.
– Kate and Jon
PS. Curious about how the guide works and who’s behind it? Check out our FAQs.
PPS. Wondering why a podcast you know and love isn’t included? Suggest one below.
PPPS. Spotted a mistake, need to forward a correction, or have a concern? We’re only human. Contact us and we’ll sort it out.