Our shows

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Family Feud Australia +

A comedy podcast from iHeartPodcasts Australia, KIIS & Fremantle Media. The gameshow you know and love is a podcast! Join host Pete Helliar and Australia’s funniest celebrities as they fight for glory. Are you ready to play along? Let’s Feud!

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Twice as Hard +

Twice As Hard: The Podcast is a series of conversations that explore Black identity in the working world, and offer a blueprint for success from people who have lived it themselves.  Learn what obstacles limit opportunity for Black professional progress, understand and overcome racial stereotypes, be productive, find purpose, and ultimately thrive in business. 

Our hosts, the entrepreneurial power-couple Opeyemi and Raphael Sofoluke, explore their own personal brand of ethics, the challenges they have faced in their careers and the learnings they took from them, before inviting other successful business people who are thriving in a broad range of industries to share their experiences, and the practical measures they take to realise their goals too. 

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Red Bull: Why I Run +

Join the fun and join the run with Red Bull’s Why I Run podcast, talking to guests ranging from professional athletes like Courtney Atkinson, to casual joggers with a passion for plogging. Join Erin Azar, AKA Mrs. Space Cadet, and Ayo Akinwolere, the world-record breaking swimmer, diving into the reasons why people run as we approach one of the world’s biggest running events: the Wings for Life World Run 2022.

Listen to all episodes at redbull.com/WhyIRun

Coming soon
Barons: Making Waves Podcast +

A 'Mad Men' for the surf world, exploring the businesses and history of surfing, this podcast is a companion to Fremantle Australia's upcoming show Barons. Releasing alongside the TV series, this special podcast is for surfers, people who would like to surf and people who just want to know more.

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Penguin Podcast +

Conversations with some our of leading authors and creative thinkers, as we seek to understand how they write and where their ideas come from. Guests bring to the interview a handful of objects that have inspired their work.

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John Grant’s Beautiful Creatures +

John Grant is a songwriter with few equals. His luminous, comically self-aware, musically rich songwriting has made him that rare thing: a cult artist with an audience that cuts across all demographics. He’s an expert musical chronicler of the American Dream, angled mostly from its flipside, where your dreams go to die and everything turns to ash. Now he wants you to meet his Beautiful Creatures, people who he sees as the world’s premier citizens who share his love of authentic, intimate and funny conversations.

Producer: Rachel Hooper

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Who Exploded Vivian Stone +

A fast-paced, relentless adventure of shock headlines, shoot deadlines and film studio mayhem. Kill The Beast are David Cumming, Clem Garritty, Natasha Hodgson, Ollie Jones and Zoe Roberts.

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Max & Ivan: Fugitives +

Inspired by the chaotic way global politics is currently unfolding, Max & Ivan: Fugitives is an on-the-run comedy thriller set across international borders. Written and performed by Max Olesker and Ivan Gonzalez, it stars Gemma Whelan, Alice Lowe, Adam Buxton, Kyle Kinane and Stephen Mangan.

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside +

Chris O'Dowd and Anne-Marie Duff star in this three-part drama series about a recently separated father trying to spend the perfect Christmas Eve with his 9-year-old son, whilst struggling to hide the truth of his circumstances. Written by BAFTA-nominee Regina Moriarty and directed by BAFTA-nominee Virginia Gilbert.

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What I Love +

Created and hosted by Ian Rickson, one of British theatre’s most celebrated directors, What I Love is a series of intimate conversations with actors, writers, comedians, and producers, conducted on the empty stages of some of Britain’s most iconic theatres, shut down due to the pandemic. Guests include Kae Tempest, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Cush Jumbo, Ben Whishaw, Sonia Friedman, Russell Brand, Jessie Buckley and Johnny Flynn.