Podcast - Talking APEs Episode 1 Dolphins in Captivity

Category Podcast
Subjects & Topics "Citizenship / Rights and responsibilities", "Citizenship / Rules, laws and justice", "Geography", "Philosophy and ethics / Moral philosophy", "Geography / People and environment", "Cross-curricular topics / Animals and pets"
Year Levels Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10
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This engaging and informative 13-minute educational podcast is suitable for all ages and countries. High school students can listen in to hear a number of views from people working in the field. It is suitable for use in high school classrooms.  

Interviewees include:
- Craig Brokensha, a surfer and advocate.
- Rob Harcourt, Professor of Marine Ecology at Macquarie University.
- Bailey Mason, dolphin protection advocate with the Empty the Tanks campaign.
- Joanne McArthur, photojournalist and founder of We Animals.
- Jordan Sosnowski, Advocacy Director at Action for Dolphins.

Note: Prof Rob Harcourt receives some funding from the Australian Government and has previously received funding from the Sea World Research & Rescue Foundation. Action for Dolphins has previously received funding from Voiceless.


  • Files included (2)

Talking Apes Episode 1 Dolphins in Captivity Podcast.mp3
mp3, 11.4 MB
Podcast Worksheet_V1.pdf
pdf, 1.4 MB