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My Marvellous Melbourne

By Melbourne History Workshop

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Description

My Marvellous Melbourne is a regular half-hour podcast produced by staff and students affiliated with the Melbourne History Workshop in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Our segments combine stories, interviews, personal reflections and memories that interest and inspire us about the social history of the city and suburbs. My Marvellous Melbourne draws on and adds to the resources of the online eMelbourne project. Favourite places, food and leisure, the city of the senses, sources and resources, exhibitions, environmental issues, archaeological sites—there is something for everyone in our selection of stories about the people, processes and institutions that make up the rich history of Melbourne. If you like what you hear, and have more to add on any of our podcast stories, we’d love you to write something on our blog. If you have a burning query about any aspect of Melbourne’s history, drop us a line and we may be able to follow up in our ‘Can We Help?’ segment.

Customer Reviews

Environmental tale of the frog

Great podcast wonderful to listen to this en route to Marvellous Melbourne.

Great

Very enjoyable, well researched, fantastic.

Pretentious and boring

A Radio National wanna-be injected with a sedative. Presenters are dry, lacking engaging personalities. It's easy to drift off as the hosts become absorbed in their own musings.

My Marvellous Melbourne
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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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