Behind the Bulletins

Radiowave 96.7FM  |  Podcast, ±5 min episodes every day
News stories that didn't make our on-air bulletins but that we felt worth sharing with you anyway in 'From The Edit Suite Floor', as well as a look back at the week's news from 'Behind the Bulletins', and recap of some of the biggest stories of the week in the 'Week In Review'.
18
APR
Move over Americano and say hello to the beetroot latte, scientists unveil plan to drill into the Earth's mantle, friends invite complete stranger on holiday after their mate with the same name dropped out, and clever photo series shows how animals can be part of your life.
10
APR
British Airways might scrap free meals on long-haul flights, Turkish cabin crew help woman give birth at 42 000ft, new packets could use nano-tech to tell you when your food is about to go off, and seven year old embraced her new look after alopecia diagnosis for school's 'Crazy Hair Day'.
10
APR
South Africa's Otter Trail listed as the best hike in the world, man hospitalized after eating liquorice jelly beans daily, drinking wine is good for your brain and science can prove it, and 'homeless man' gives out money to startled drivers.
06
APR
Kansas school head quits over student newspaper probe, teacher brings her son to class dressed as Godzilla, Millennials are picking holiday destinations based on how Instagrammable they are, and cardboard cut-out of police car deployed to curb bad driver behaviour.
05
APR
Student gets into Stanford with #BlackLivesMatter x 100, vegan restaurant raises a ruckus with baby milk policy, how a teaspoon of Marmite a day could work wonders for your brain, and the internet has collective chills over teen's rendition on 'Hallelujah'.
05
APR
Sleep study links naps to happiness, a food genius has created the world's first spaghetti donuts, Virtual Reality is being used to decrease pain in hospital patients, and watch toddler's overjoyed reaction inside airplane doing loops and rolls.
03
APR
'1984' film to be released in response to Trump administration, US pedestrian deaths spiked in 2016 - distraction cited, Twitter eases 140 character limit in replies, and watch a jeep push a double parked BMW out of the way.
30
MAR
Japanese scientist eyes energy boost from 'typhoon turbine', expeditions to send huge trash bags to clean Mount Everest, Italian police foil plot to steal Enzo Ferrari's body for ransom, and see the world's first ever Monster Truck front-flip.