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The Signal

By ABC Radio

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Description

Sometimes the news can feel overwhelming. But The Signal is here to sort the news from the noise. It's your smart and sceptical dive into the stories that matter, delivered straight to your favourite podcast app every morning.

Customer Reviews

Great short podcast on the latest news

I was waiting for something like this to come out. The New York Times has a weekday daily podcast called The Daily which goes a little more in depth with journos and experts on the days main news items. This podcast delivers with just that little bit more info to allow the listeners to make an informed decision on what’s going on in this big wide world.

The Double J of ABC News

Am really enjoying this format. It feels like chatting with your very well informed mates on the way into work on the bus each morning. I describe it as the Double J of ABC news: more grown up than Hack but not as serious as your 7:30/Lateline etc. Keep up the good work guys!

Broadly intriguing lunch-sized news

This podcast has so far covered a really interesting amount of topics, not just the daily politics slog. For a podcast that comes out daily it’s very well produced, with great expert opinions that really adds to what the sharp presenters are serving up.

The Signal
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  • Category: News & Politics
  • Language: English

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