Can our furry friends understand what we’re saying?
Before the Talk the Talk team can say no (like every other time), a very special listener wants us to consider the case for animals and language.
Listener Monica speaks with Daniel, Ben, and Kylie on this episode of Talk the Talk.
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First Aboriginal female lower house MP Linda Burney’s moving maiden speech
Linda Burney (ALP-Barton) – Maiden Speech
Watch: Linda Burney includes Wiradjuri song as part of maiden speech
Our Mother Tongue: Wiradjuri
The Australian National Dictionary
Do you know a Bunji from a Boorie? Meet our dictionary’s new Indigenous words
WA linguist welcomes Indigenous words in Australian National Dictionary
We compared the new words in the Australian and Oxford dictionaries, and now we don’t know if we’re Arthur or Martha
Dogs understand both vocabulary and intonation of human speech
Dogs Process Language Like Us, but What Do They Understand?
Dogs really do understand human language, study suggests
Neural mechanisms for lexical processing in dogs
Vagenda of manocide: our Facebook post
V of M: Card for Magic – the Gathering
‘Vagenda of Manocide’ URL Redirects to Hillary Clinton Campaign Site
How the ‘Vagenda of Manocide’ meme turned into a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton
Is Vagenda Of Manocide A Metal Band Yet?
Find the tracks we play on the RTRFM webpage for this episode.