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Best 3CR 855AM Community Radio podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best 3CR 855AM Community Radio podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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). You can listen to some of our previous shows here: www.3cr.org.au/womenontheline/itunes
 
This show casts a critical eye on the myriad ways in which we communicate with each other in our increasingly interconnected, multi-media platform world. Each week we mix down the who, the what, the where, and the how of particular communication events, messages, trends and technologies, and then consider: what impacts and what consequences?
 
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On this episode of the Radioactive Show, we hear from Indian social activist Dr Vaishaili Patel about resistance to compulsory land acquisition for developments such as nuclear power reactors and the fight for a people-centric development model in India.For more information about the nuclear relationship between Australia and India go to www.nuclea…
 
Mr Kevin Healy with His Week That Was.Rawan Arraf Director of the Australian Centre For International Justice, speaking about the decision of the ICC’s Prosecutor to open a formal investigation into the 'Situation in Palestine'.Union activist Dave Kerin and the life and work of Jack Mundey.Peace activist Kathy Kelly with the life and work of fellow…
 
On today’s show we catch up on how the Act on Climate Collective has been adapting to COVID 19 and pushing ahead to make Vicotoria a leader in Climate action with collective member Anna Langford and then hear how Friend of the Earth is keeping the doors open with a fundraising update from frundraising coordiantor Jemila Rushton.RSVP to the People's…
 
We acknowledge that today’s episode is broadcast on the International Day against homophobia, biphobia, interphobia, and transphobia - a day that raises awareness of LGBTIQA+ rights violations and to stimulate interest in queer rights work worldwide. #IDAHOBIT2020 Michele Vescio speaks with Tina Dixson and Renee Dixson who have been together for a …
 
Nick mentions a couple of things you might be interested in:HAVE A GOOD TRIP: ADVENTURES IN PSYCHEDELICS (Netflix) is a documentary featuring comedic tripping stories from A-list actors, comedians, and musicians. Star-studded reenactments and trippy animations bring their surreal hallucinations to life. Mixing comedy with a thorough investigation o…
 
We chat with Professor Hank Rothgerber from Bellarmine University, Kentucky, USA, about his research about human-animal interactions in the context of food choices. Through his work Hank aim’s to address how people psychologically approach eating animals.We discuss Hanks recent paper, ‘Meat-related cognitive dissonance: A conceptual framework for u…
 
This week we’re looking at the fight to save Victoria’s native forests, and what the government and their logging agency are getting away with under cover of the COVID-19 pandemic. Then later in the show, we pay respects to the late Jack Mundey and look for hope in the history of the Green Bans movement. Guest: Chris Schuringa (GECO); Dave Kerin (E…
 
Ray Acheson is the Director of Reaching Critical Will, the Disarmament programme of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. In the show we dive into her recent article ‘COVID-19: Divest, Demilitarise and Disarm.’ We explore how now is the time to expose the grave injustice of military spending, while health care systems around the w…
 
We start this morning with a chat with Alexander Dunlap about his article End the green delusions: industrial scale -renewable energy is fossil fuel plus.Followup with a critque of his article and the film Planet of the Humans by a fellow 3cr broadcaster from Friday Breakfast Zane Alcorn.In the final half hour of the program we actually will return…
 
Interviews with Ruan Uys and Joshua Francis. Ruan discusses their Living with HIV/AIDS support work at the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation in Sydney and their own personal experiences and insights living with HIV. Melbourne queer arts producer Joshua Francis discusses their work and shares their insights about living as a queer artist during Covid-19. O…
 
9:00 What the redacted sections of the report of the Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse revealTim Jones from Latrobe University tells us what the redacted sections of the report of the Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, reveal about Cardinal Pell’s responsibilities to protect children in Cathol…
 
This week's Locked-in Science brings us International Nurses Day in 2020, which is also the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, marking 200 years since the birth of Florence Nightingale. Clare talks to Professor Marie Gerdtz from the University of Melbourne about what has and hasn't changed since then, and the impact on nurses of the COVID…
 
Acknowledgement of country News headlines with Cait Kelly In episode 7 of Liberation Loops, Carly speaks with Anna Carlson about how surveillance operates in so-called Australia and how it's operating amidst COVID-19.Anna Carlson is a cofounder and organiser of the Brisbane Free University, co-host of 4zzz's Radio Reversal and a freelance radio pro…
 
Colin and Jane talk about their experience of presenting at the Disability Royal Commission and speak about why the voices of people with disabilities are so important for recommendations, changes and shaping all our futures.Change happens when we Raise Our Voices together and share our stories.Music: Archie Roach Took The Children Away…
 
City Limits this week pays tribute to and explores the legacy of Union leader Jack Mundey, who died on Sunday 10th May 2020, aged 90.Mundey was the state secretary of the NSW Builders and Labourers Federation in the 1970s, during which time the union implemented 40 green bans - a type of strike where members would not work on projects it viewed as …
 
Mr Kevin Healy with 'The Week That Was'. Al Nakba consequences for Palestinians both at home and in exile with Noura Mansour. The dark side of the cruise ship industry with Freya Higgins-Desboilles from University of South Australia. Malaysian politics and Lynas Corp - Lee Tan. History and present of Lebanon with Dr Tim Anderson. Campaign against p…
 
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