The wellness industry is increasingly coming under fire for making us more unhappy and unhealthy.
Nearly all parts of the human body can be traced back to fish, mainly to fish 380 million years ago.
Gary Sacks, Associate Professor at Deakin University's Global Centre for Preventive Health and Nutrition, joined Philip Clark claiming obesity is not the blame of any individual.
Grace Ginto, co-founder of The Entree Pinays based in Melbourne joined Philip Clark on educating the tastebuds of Australians about Filipino cuisine.
Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Mark Kenny, professor at the ANU's Australian Studies Institute, Canberra Times' political analyst and host of the Democracy Sausage podcast.
A source of shelter, shade and sustenance, but did you know trees are also critical for human survival?
The fallout in the world banking system continues with bigger banks being bailed out. Ian Verrender, ABC's business and finance editor, spoke with Philip Clark about the UBS bailout during the recent global financial crisis, and now taking over Credit Suisse as it faces financial collapse.
Wenlei Ma Joins Philip Clark to review the latest on our screens, big and small.
Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Michael Williams, Editor of The Monthly.
How has Covid 19 changed what we want from work?
NSW State Library curator Sarah Morley joined Philip Clark to muse over the determined and ambitious novelist Ethel Turner.
Can understanding animals help save human lives? Philip Clark on the question with Dr Matt Morgan with his new book, One Medicine.
Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Paul Bongiorno, Veteran Political Reporter of 30+ years experience and Columnist for Saturday Paper and New Daily.
Travel writer Rod Eime takes us to Koh Lanta, which, although Thailand's 10th largest island, has to date, resisted tourist development.
Science with Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver, Astrophysicist at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University on Nightlife with Philip Clark.
When the teaching of evolution was banned in the US State of Tennessee in 1925. a group of businessman in the small town of Dayton sensed an opportunity to put their town on the map.
Take a close look at the fascinating world of moss.
A Corsican court has banned the use of the Corsican language in public office.
A deep dive into the history of gin
Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Amy Remeikis, political reporter, Guardian Australia.
Toby Hagon with the latest on motoring on Nightlife.
Sharon Gaffney of France24 joined Philip Clark with the latest news out of Paris.
The Million Year Ice Core project is Australia's quest to find the oldest ice on earth.
Ozempic is prescribed for people with type 2 diabetes, but right now across the country there's a shortage.
Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Hugh Riminton, National Affairs Editor, Channel 10.
Philip Clark held a fascinating discussion with the author about her book Nuts and Bolts, in which she pays homage to seven fundamental inventions.
Ian Verrender, ABC's business and finance editor, spoke with Philip Clark about the ramifications locally with interest rates following the collapse of several US banks.
Roger Montgomery, Chief Investment Officer of Montgomery Investments with Philip Clark on what to expect with the collapse of some major US banks.
Nightlife News Breakdown with Philip Clark, joined by Jennifer Hewitt, National Affairs columnist, Australian Financial Review.