Here is how a topic inspired to teach a generation. Author of Yum Yum Where Do I Come From, Emily Colless tells David Oldfield how he inspired a new picture book teaching kids where foods come from.
David Oldfield speaks with Professor David Horner of the ANU, who has cast doubt on the importance of the Kokoda campaign. Is it a myth that the Japanese planned to invade Australia during World War II?
Kerryn Pholi is a remarkable young woman of Aboriginal descent. But as she tells David Oldfield, she's now burned her certificate of Aboriginality. Listen here to why she has turned her back on her proud heritage.
The sale of Cubbie Station to China is causing a rift in the Coalition. David Oldfield talks to Nationals Senator Barnaby Joyce who denies he's against foreign investment, as he steps up his fight against the sale.
Sports performance coach Andrew May tells David Oldfield the seven habits of champion athletes that we can use to improve our own lives. Here are the tips you need to excel every day at work and play.
New research suggests shift workers are 23 per cent more likely to have a heart attack. David Oldfield discusses with the Heart Foundation's Dr Robert Grenfell the findings and how to reduce the risk to your health.
The Anyone But Abbott campaign aims to force the Coalition to choose a new leader by having an independent candidate win his seat at the next election. David Oldfield talks to campaign manager Paul Foster.
If it was your last chance to seize the day, what would you do? Here's an inspiring book translated into 27 languages. David Oldfield with The Top Five Regrets of Dying author & palliative nurse Bronnie Ware.