Breakfast with Wendy Harmer, Dominique Estival
Evolution of the Australian accent, MARCS Institute
ABC segment on AusTalk in Darwin
NT News article on AusTalk in Darwin
Download the SBS news segment (recorded 26 December 2011)
Speech and language researchers at Charles Sturt University are seeking participants for the historic AusTalk national study of Australian speech and accents.
More than 30 scientists from 11 Australian universities, including UWA , will be recording the speech patterns of 1,000 adults from 17 different locations in all states and territories.
Dr Felicity Cox answers the questions of Maria Zijlstra.
Associate Professor Roberto Togneri answers the questions of Graham Mabury.
Researchers at The University of Western Australia are involved in a landmark joint university study to showcase the diversity of Australian accents across the country. Associate Professor Roberto Togneri and Winthrop Professor Mohammed Bennamoun are experts in the fusion of speech processing and computer vision for the next generation of human-computer interaction systems using voice.
Our accent is a powerful and enduring symbol of national identity that we preserve despite the influx of electronic media and cultural icons from overseas. However, just as society changes, so too does accent as it constantly evolves to meet the changing needs of its users.
A national initiative to collect the accents of 1000 Australian English speakers is being launched today, Australia Day. Australian English accents from adults of all ages from various locations in all states and territories will be collected to represent the regional and social diversity of Australian English.
Capturing the Aussie accent
Aussie accent to be recorded for history as part of Australia Day celebrations
Aussie accent recorded for history for Australia Day
Oz accent recorded for history
Aussie accent recorded for history
Australian accent recorded for history
Aussie accent goes on record