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Stick Together

Annie McLoughlin, James Brennan, Jiselle Hanna

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Australia's only national radio show focusing on industrial, social and workplace issues. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.
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A program dedicated to the eclectic world of poetry and performance. Guests are contemporary poets who read and discuss their works.
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Action for More Independence and Dignity in Accommodation

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Produced and presented by people with disabilities covering issues such as housing, discrimination, difficulties with public transport, self-advocacy and other related issues.
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Jean Ely and Dale Bridge

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The Australian Council for the Defence of Government Schools (DOGS) looks at public education and separation of church and state.
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The Plumbers Union weekly radio show. Presented by The Plumbing Trades Employment Union (PTEU). Alternates every second Thursday with the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA).
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Earth Matters

Bec Horridge, Jacob Gamble, Judith Peppard, Phil Evans

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Local and global environmental issues from grassroots, activist perspectives with a strong social justice focus. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.
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Done By Law

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Current legal issues presented by the Federation of Community Legal Centres, giving an alternative view of proposed legislation changes.
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Brainwaves

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Challenging the mainstream, negative stereotypes of people with a mental illness ths program actively engages those living with a mental illness as researchers, interviewers, performers and program designers while promoting community mental health awareness.
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Published...Or Not

Jan Goldsmith, David McLean and Lisa Moule

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Australian and international authors talk about their books and how they got published or how they self-published. Listeners, writers and readers will also hear about what's going on in our local writing community.
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Lost in Science

Chris Lassig, Stuart Burns and Claire Farrugia and others.

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Entertaining news and discussion about research that has impact on society and providing a wide range of science and technology news. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.
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YarraBUG

Chris, Faith, Val and Steve

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Yarra Bicycle Users Group promotes urban cycling. Providing support to campaigns to improve cycling conditions and awareness; demystifies cycling technology and helps to reveal the diversity of cyclists, from children to commuters to lobbyists.
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Your half hour of local film news, conversations with film makers and explorations into how they bring their ideas to life on screen. Showreel promises an exciting package of film information that will set your ears buzzing.
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Climate Action Collective

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Climate change - what's hot and what's not. Find out what is happening in community campaigns around the country, as well as the latest science and the solutions that are available now.
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Yeah Nah Pasaran!

Andy Fleming & Cam Smith.

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Examining, through an anti-fascist lens, ethno-nationalism, white supremacy and neo-fascism in so-called Australia, Aotearoa & around the world. Andy Fleming & Cam Smith talk to writers and fighters about angry blighters.
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Women on the Line

Cleis Hart, Kannagi Bhatt, Phuong Tran, Xen Nhà & Scheherazade Bloul.

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A national feminist current affairs program for community radio. A gender analysis of contemporary issues, as well as in-depth analysis by a range of women and gender diverse people around Australia and internationally. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network (CRN).
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A weekly source of alternative information which aims to inspire action and organisation to put people and the environment first.Covering international political issues and struggles against the exploitation of the people and exposing the bias in mainstream media that preferences the power brokers and denies access to information.
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Andrew, Erin, Heather, James and Matt.

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Information about marine and coastal environments. News and interviews with marine scientists, campaigners and conservation workers. Presented by volunteer broadcasters who are passionate about marine environments, both local and across the world.
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Ben came on the show back in May 2022 when he was around 12 months sober in Alcoholics Anonymous. https://www.3cr.org.au/livingfree/episode/alcoholics-anonymous-ben-19may2022He’s returned to give us an update after another 2 years in his sobriety and to talk about how he lives now, without alcohol, and how his recovery has impacted his family, work…
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Tim Ayliffe weaves a web of intrigue in 'The Wrong Man' where deaths of young women two years apart have a mysterious connection linked to a serial killer. The corruption within the police force impedes the investigation and there is a suggestion a not so innocent man has been framed.Fred is kind and has so much love to give, but no one to give it …
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This is a podcast episode of the 3CR Spoken Word show with host Indrani Perera. In this episode you will hear an interview with poet and spoken word artist, Aloma Davis, recorded on 23rd June 2024.Aloma Davis’s poetry is concerned with social justice, beauty and kindness. Despite her best efforts, birds frequently fly into her poems. In 2022, she w…
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This week on Lost in Science, are you an early bird or a night owl? How does your sleep preference affect your body? Stu delves into the latest research on sleep, uncovering fascinating insights and practical tips. Meanwhile, Cat takes us on a cosmic journey, exploring the health challenges astronauts face in microgravity. From space illnesses to t…
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Mars on Earth. That's where this week's guest has been and she joins us to talk all about it. Sally ventured to Antartica this year, prompted by her deep concern for sea-level rise, having lived her whole life by the water. She got to see a lot of cold, blue water, icebergs, penguins and seals on her epic voyage across the Roaring Forties with 350 …
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CFMEU: Pile On I It's Time For An Independent Foreign Policy I How Can God And The U.S. Supreme Court Be Wrong? I Gaza: The Carnage Continues - The World Continues To Avert Its Gaze I Parliamentary Democracy's Failures Fuel The Growth Of Authoritarianism I Tenacious D: The New Cancel Culture I Show Some Respect: Our King Is Coming…
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Stick Together is a half-hour weekly show about workers rights and current affairs. Stick Together features interviews with workers, unionists, community campaigners and academics from right across Australia. Stick Together also explores the contribution that unions make to broader social justice movements, such as environmental campaigns, indigeno…
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On this episode of Women on the Line we hear from sex worker artists Rogelio Ruckus, Kayla Tange, and Daphne Nguyen speak to the erotic labour of art, family and futurity. This panel was held as part of ‘The Whore Gaze’– an exhibition curated by Elizabeth Dayton and Kim Ye at the Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. The exhibition showcased film, …
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With France’s political system making it to mainstream international media, owing to the near success of Le Pen’s fascist party, National Rally, this week’s Accent of Women focuses on fascism and islamophobia in France.Author, political activist and writer of French-Algerian origin HOURIA BOUTELDJA presents her critique of contemporary leftist thou…
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CLIMATE ACTION SHOWJuly 15th 2024 (repeat)PRODUCED BY Vivien LangfordTAMBORAN AGM - "DON'T FRACK THE NT"andPACIFIC CLIMATE WARRIORS TOUR GOMEROI COUNTRYGUESTS:Aunty Rhonda Dixon-Madden - Welcome to countryTamika Sadler and Larissa Baldwin-Roberts - Get UpMilima May -Larrakia and Bradley Farrar- Alawa from Beetaloo who travelled from NT to this AGM …
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We're having a little winter hiatus so here's three episodes of the excellent Step Away From The Car thanks to Nicky Page and Radio AdelaideFirst up: Global Lessons Local Opportunities: the 2021 Australian Walking and Cycling Conference wrapped up with a panel of keynote speakers, sharing some key lessons around funding, partnerships and public hea…
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On this episode of Queering The Air, Sasja was joined in the studio by Anthony Lucas an Australian singer and actor renowned for his unique genre-blending style and impressive tenor vocal range, and also Anthony's "manager", Gabby Gabby Brazil. Hailing from the small town of Shepparton in Victoria, Lucas has been honing his craft since childhood. A…
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In today’s show, Betty and Nick launch into part 2 about the animals and ecosystems in and around the Korean Demilitarized Zone. We share some history of how and why the DMZ barrier was reinforced and the relationship between landmines, the ecology and civilians in the area. We share the story of how a pre-industrial rice paddy irrigation pond is p…
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On Sunday 14 July, Chloe Thomson - Bean There Dug That, will be joined by Craig Wilson - Gentiana Nursery, Tex Moon - Ranger Team Leader, Dandenong Ranges Botanic Gardens, and Jane Tonkin - Tonkin's Bulbs.Text your gardening questions to 0488 809 855, or call 9419 0155 while we're on the air.Tune in 7:30 - 9:15am Sundays on 855 on the AM dial, 3CR …
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Nasser provides updates on the continual genocide of Palestinians in Gaza, 280 days since Oct 7 with an estimated 186,000 Palestinian deaths, and in particular the importance of an accurate count – and the difficulty of achieving one.Nasser then speaks with James Godfrey, spokesperson for Free Gaza Australia (a branch of the Freedom Flotilla Coalit…
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On the show today we feature part 3 of audio from an online forum held on Tuesday 18th June by the Nuclear Truth Project, entitled, "AUKUS Beyond Borders: global and regional ramifications of the unfolding AUKUS nuclear and military alliance."We'll hear from Ray Acheson, who is living in New York on Turtle Island, and was interviewed for the Radioa…
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Sydney Palestine Rally 7th July here II Senator Fatimah Payman's stance followed by Ritta from Doctors for Palestine.Blockade Australia Action here II Blockade Australia has held more than a dozen protests on the Hunter rail line since Tuesday. They have been stopping passenger trains and coal movements into one of the world's biggest coal ports fo…
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In our woolliest episode ever, Claire tells the tale of the woolly mammoth and new research on the last known individual, called Lonely Boy; and coincidentally Chris excavates a new study on the population dynamics of the woolly rhinoceros, and its extinction from climate change and human hunting.Dehasque et al. 2024. Temporal dynamics of woolly ma…
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Acknowledgement of Country//Headlines//Peter Murphy - Assembly of the International League For Peoples StrugglesWe listen back to human rights activist Peter Murphy discussing his recent visit to Penang, Malaysia, for the Assembly of the International League For Peoples Struggles (ILPS) with Jan Bartlett on Tuesday Hometime on the 2nd of July.- Cat…
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This week on Brainwaves we will be airing part of of the Woodcock Public Lecture, proudly presented by Wellways in May this year.As this week is Naidoc week we have taken part 1 to be alol about the poignont Welcome to Country by Stacie Piper, who is a proud Wurrundjeri, Djadjawarrung and Ngurai Illum-Wurrung woman, and Djirri Djirri Dancer. At the…
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We sure wish Duff would write a book about his stay in an abandoned resort behind Cape Tribulation and his cosying-up with a cassowary. We might have to settle for his sci-fi, end of the earth epic about 4 blokes who return from the forest to find they are the last humans alive. In Warrnambool. Those old enough may know Duff as the fella who pie-fa…
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Life In A 21st-Century Vaccuum I Every Human Being (Except Palestinians Living In Gaza) Should Be Treated With 'Respect And Dignity' I NAIDOC Week Sabotaged By Alice Springs Curfew I Melbourne Airport Train Link: Privatisation Nightmare I Laundering Money Into Australian Real Estate I West Papua Office 10th Anniversary Celebrations - Sunday 4th Aug…
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Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines//Marisa from Doin time show interviewed with Keiran Stewart-Assheton about the history of NAIDOC followed by Jodie Choolburra-Welsh, founder of Brolga Dance Academy Sonia spoke Danya Jacobs with Senior Legal Counsel with Environmental Justice Australia spoke about the current Senate Inquiry into new nature law…
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CLIMATE ACTION SHOW (Rpt)July 29th 2024Produced by Vivien Langford ROSS GARNAUT - SUPERPOWER TRANSFORMATIONKAY WENNAGEL - ELECTRIC VEHICLE BULK BUY Guests ROSS GARNAUT - Professor Emeritus in Economics at Melbourne University. His recent book isThe Superpower Transformation - Making Australia's Zero Carbon Future.https://www.blackincbooks.com.au/bo…
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We play excerpts from the press conference that followed the event, Truth Telling Yarns: Women in Prison that took place on Wednesday 26 June. In this excerpt we'll hear from Senator Lidia Thorpe and Debbie Kilroy, CEO of Sisters Inside and founder of The National Network of Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls. Senator Thorpe and…
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CLIMATE ACTION SHOWJULY 8TH 2024PRODUCED BY VIVIEN LANGFORD D O N ' T L O O K A W A Y.FROM PLUMES OF SMOKE IN THE FOREST, FROM FUGITIVE METHANE NEAR GAS WELLS AND FROM STARVATION IN PALESTINEGuests: Dr Philip Zylstra - Curtin University and UNSW -Expert at nipping bushfires in the bud.https://www.anu.edu.au/news/all-news/prescribed-burning-could-be…
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Faith and Val are joined in the studio today by Andrew Gannon, father of Ruby Roseman-Gannon, one of the Australian cyclists selected for the road racing at the Paris Olympics. First we all share our bike moments, wherein Melburn Roobaix featured, before moving on to some news. We are thrilled to announce that thanks to so many wonderful listeners …
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Trish Hepworth, Deputy CEO for the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and Dr Sarah Mokrzycki, academic in children's literature and creative writing at Victoria University, speak to Frances about the Cumberland city council’s ban of same-sex parenting books in May this year, its reversal, and the importance of free access to info…
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3CR Monday Breakfast is broadcast from 3CR on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. Part 1 of an extended interview with Birrugan Dunn-Velasco, Indigenous language worker, based in Gumbaynggirr Country in the town of Nambucca Heads, about his personal connection to language and reflections as a language worker at the Muurrbay Lang…
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This episode on Queering The Air, Sasja was accompanied by Simone Spittle, a queer singer-songwriter based in Naarm, is set to release her empowering debut single ‘Refuge’ from her upcoming album “Drama Queen” but you get to hear it here first. The poignant genre-bending pop-ballad was written during a period of self-discovery and reflects Simone’s…
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In today’s show Betty and Trev talk about the accidental wildlife reserve that has emerged inside the Korean Demilitarized Zone. We talk about the history leading up to Korea’s national division and the story of a bird that connected a separated family by flying over the border. We finish with the story of some unexpected WWII heroes from the Tiwi …
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What is it like to be an activist in the belly of the beast?We talk to Chris, Fiona, and Rachel from the Pilbara Climate Network about their experience working for climate justice in the remote, north west mining town of Karratha. Many people would have heard the stories of city based activists working to 'Disrupt Burrup Hub' - but what of the folk…
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On Sunday 7 July, Chloe Foster - Horticulture educator and writer, will be joined by Loretta Childs - Loretta Childs Landscape Design, and Stephen Ryan - Dicksonia Rare Plants.Text your gardening questions to 0488 809 855, or call 9419 0155 while we're on the air.Tune in 7:30 - 9:15am Sundays on 855 on the AM dial, 3CR Digital or stream at 3cr.org.…
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World education systems- Germany Private schools serving the richest Victorians over-funded by millions. Independant private schools are the biggest rorters of NAPLAN results. AEU - fundinmg deals urgent! US- The rise and rise of Christo-fascism and the impact on education UK - if Labour win UK electionGreat State School of the week- Korumburra Sec…
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Needs policies are broken. Private schools serving the richest families are over-funded by millions. Schools debates are asking the wrong questions. England's top private schools own 38,000 hectares of land. Judge lashes Xavier College's troubling conduct in school abuse claim. US - small win in challenge to religious charter school. Big loss as Lo…
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On today's show we're looking at the anti military protest movement on this continent with Mercedes Zanker from the Renegade Activists, Tasnim Sammak a Palestinian organiser and Jasper Coen-Hunter from the Blak Peoples Union. First up on the show we bring you Mercedes Zanker and Tasnim Sammak speaking at a protest against the deepening militarisati…
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TEMAS DE CONVERSACION- Mención del Día Internacional del Ovni- Duelo en la familia & Despedida al Locutor Roberto Nin- Carta de agradecimiento de Julian Assange a sus seguidores en las redes sociales- Inmunidad diplomática - Trump por sobre la ley- Presentación de Katty - Periodista "Cuando el Periodismo se convierte en Activismo..."- Otro pequeño …
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