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Stick Together

Annie McLoughlin, Rebecca Maes, Tilde Joy, James Brennan & Jackson McInerney.

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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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DOGS

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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Spoken Word

Di Cousens, Tina Giannoukos, and Waffle IronGirl

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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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Earth Matters

Phil Evans, Bec Horridge, Eiddwen Jeffery, Judith Peppard & Jacob Gamble

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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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Fire Up

Members of PTEU

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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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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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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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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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Showreel

Annie McLoughlin

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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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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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Climate Action Show

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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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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Women on the Line

Emma Hart, Kannagi Bhatt, Phuong Tran, Xen Nhà

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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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Green Left Weekly Radio

Green Left Weekly Radio Collective

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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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Out of the Blue

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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Done By Law

Members of the Federation of Community Legal Centres

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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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Ruthless the Musical cast members Dolly Diamond and Britni Leslie join us for a live studio interview. The Stage Bugs Productions' show is at the Alex Theatre, St Kilda, Melbourne, March 1-24. Ruthless the Musical | Stagebugs Production (stagebugsproductions.com) Alex Theatre STK - Alex Theatre St Kilda 3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands of the K…
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Film culture in Melbourne has been given a boost by the Best Films You've Never Seen Program screening at The Capitol. We chat with RMIT Cinema Studies Lecturers Adrian Danks, and Alexia Kannas about the choices they have made for the Feb 28th sessions Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing and Charles Laughton's Night of the Hunter.…
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CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOWFEBRUARY 26TH 2024Produced by Vivien Langford G O O D F O R T H E G O N G Episode 2 - BUILDING OUR FUTUREGuests:Abigail Boyd - NSW Parliament - Greens MLC We talk about getting the Energy sector back into Public hands as we make the big transition from centralised utilities to a multiplicity of providers. Denmark leads the …
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Dr Jason Wilson on Claremont Institute & eugenics, Anna Emina on The Great Book Return, Ronny Kareni on recent indonesian elections, Dr Tamar Hopkins on racial profiling training for defence lawyers.// Acknowledgement of Country//News// Dr Jason Wilson - Claremont Institute & eugenicsAndy and Cam of Yeah Nah Pasaran on 3CR speak with Portland corre…
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‘The Independent Pea’ is another colourful picture story book from Maree Coote. It not only pleases the eye but questions what is best: individuality or co-operation. There is humour in the illustrations as well as the many pea puns. All her books are available through Melbourne Style.Elizabeth Coleman neatly weaves stalking, a disappearance and a …
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We hear exerpts from the Documentary Australia launch of the Wellbeing Documentary Guide featuring Dr Mitzi Goldman Documentary Australia and filmmaker, Dr Rebecca Barry filmmaker, Akhim Dev - filmaker and Ben Steele Screen Well & Filmmaker. The Guide has been produced by Screen Well with support from SANE Australia and the film industry, as the st…
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Amanda Anastasi is a Melbourne poet whose work has been published as locally as the Artist's Lane walls in Windsor to The Massachusetts Review in the US. Her latest collection is The Inheritors (Black Pepper, 2021). Amanda's work is published in Best Australian Science Writing 2021 and 2022, Australian Poetry Journal, Griffith Review, Cordite Poetr…
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This week on the show Claire chats to CSIRO researcher Leo Joseph about the recent publication of the complete genome of the Night Parrot, the elusive nocturnal bird thought to be extinct for much of the 20th century, and what this means for conservation efforts for the bird.Also on the show, Chris asks the question, how can time fly without wings?…
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The Feminist on Cellblock Y, Banan and Tasnim at the Egyptian Consulate in Naarm, Students from Palestine strike Feb 29, 8.5 million in faulty claims by job agencies, Senator Lidia Thorpe. Headlines// ​Annelise from Irlinfoshop (Incendium Radical Library and Collective) joins us to talk about the upcoming screening on The Feminist on Cellblock Y, a…
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Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Greg Barns SC, lawyer advising the Australian Assange campaign: Sonia spoke with Greg about the High Court hearing in the UK, the impact on media freedom and the vigil for Julian Assange happening in Melbourne Red Books day: Grace & Sonia read a few excerpts from Marx, and discussed them. Rally Magazine & in…
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His Week That Was – Kevin Healy Australian charity for Palestinian children, Olive Kids, trying to assess the consequences of Israeli bombing of Gaza and where to next – Amin Abbas, founding member. PHD Candidate Sasha Gillies-Lekakis looking at the situation in Cuba in the aftermath of COVID19 and increasing blockade by the US. Senior lecturer at …
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Headlines// 7.15: Stella Swain from Palestine Solidarity Campaign UK speaks to Vivien Langford about the Boycotting of Barclays Bank and their complicity in funding Israeli military at rally in Sydney on 9 February. This conversation first aired on Solidarity Breakfast on 10 February//7.30: Chloe DS, refugee rights activist, green left journalist, …
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Larrakia, Kungarakan, Gurindji and French writer and performer Laniyuk joins us to discuss the campaign to return Lee Point to Larrakia Care, as well as the history of the Australian and US defence forces' militarised occupation of Larrakia Country. Interspersed through this conversation, you’ll also hear from several Larrakia women - Jamilah Mills…
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Welcome back to another episode of Monday Breakfast, broadcasted from the studios of 3CR in so-called Melbourne. Our first segment for this week is Mercedes Zanker of Uprise Radio speaking with Mohamed of The Sit Intifada on the first sitting day of Victorian Parliament of 2024, direct from the steps of Parliament House. On Thursday last week the N…
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David Hood, a 78er who marched and was arrested in the original Mardi Gras, shares his experiences of the infamous day in queer history, and reflects on the meaning of pride. Find out more on the first Mardi Gras. Frank Gafa, a queer Aboriginal unionist, speaks on the No Police at Pride campaign, the lack of engagement from VicPol in LGBTQI+ commun…
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3CR Subscriber Drive Monday, February 12 – Sunday, February 18. This week is 3CR Subscriber Week and we thought it's a great time for another Animal Trivia show! See if you know the answers to the questions that baffled the team. 3CR is one-of-a-kind! We have 400 volunteers and cover an incredible array of programming content. From special broadcas…
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This week we look at the best ways that humans can interact with nature, errr when nature calls.We talk to Professor Jamie Kirkpatrick about the Poo Project which looked at the ecological impact of human faeces in nature, as well as a hiker who explains the what and how of a poo tube, and a camper with a portable composting toilet.Produced by Phil …
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On Sunday 18th February, Virginia Heywood - Guide, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, was joined by Chris Williams - Lecturer, Urban Horticulture, University of Melbourne, Penny Woodward - Author & edible plant expert, and Karen Sutherland - Edible Eden Design.This week is also subscriber week at 3CR! Listeners who call up during our show to subscrib…
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The Save Our Schools submission to Productivity Commission's inquiry into philanthropy. Simple idea : Fully fund public schools! School funding back in the news. US- Special needs kids not attending government schools go to 'unregulated' special education schools. Afria- Urgent need for action in education.Great State School of the Week - Wonthaggi…
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This show features two interviews concerning people's solidarity actions with Palestine. The first interview is between Inez Winters, from the Thursday Breakfast show on 3CR, and Hume For Palestine member, Waseem Razvi, he speaks about the organising of Hume for Palestine, the rallies they have been holding at HTA (Heat Treatment Australia) In Camp…
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Nasser gives updates on the continued diplacement and genocide of Palestinians in Gaza, and a brief summary of how inernational communities and governmenrs are responding to the violence inflicted on people sheltering in Rafah. Nasser then speaks with Farah of Teachers For Palestine on the censorship of speaking about the Gazan genocide in schools …
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Rihab Charida @ Sydney Palestinian Rally Feb 11 here II Palestinian/ Australian filmmaker Rihab Charida recorded at Sydney Rally for Palestine 11 Feb thanks to the intrepid 3cr reporter Vivien Langford from the Climate Action Show.Victorian Mosque Open Day here II Dr Mohamed Mohideen, founder of the Victorian Mosque Open Day, talks to us about this…
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Temática de hoy:- Tormenta de fin de Verano / Manipulación del Clima.- Incendios forestales/ paralelo entre Chile y Hawai. (Actividad comunitaria para reunir fondos para chilenos damnificados).- Demandas en la Corte por vacunas forzadas en la poblacion a nivel global.- Mención de la situacion de Palestina.- Información sobre el documental Chileno: …
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Interviews at Victoria's Pride Street Party with Adaraya and Sasja Sydek. Includes discussion about pinkwashing, capitalism, disability access and Pride March. We broadcast an excerpt from Queering the Air's live coverage on Smith and Gertrude on Sunday, 11 February. No Pride in Genocide. No Pride in Detention. 3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands …
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The world premiere of 7 Captiva Road is presented by Melbourne's Anthropocene Play Company at Chapel Off Chapel, February 21 to March 3. Anthropocene's Artistic Director and actor in the production Bronwen Coleman joins us. Written by Andrea Ciannavei. Directed by Cathy Hunt. Home | Anthropocene Play Company 3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands of …
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Featuring the latest in activist campaigns and struggles against oppression fighting for a better world with anti-capitalist analysis on current affairs and international politics. Presenters: Jacob Andrewartha, Rob Zucchi, Jordan AKNewsreportsPresenters give the following newsreport drawing from the pages of Green LeftRound-the-clock People's Pick…
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James talks about growing up as an Aboriginal in Western District of Victoria, how alcohol affected his family and how alcohol and drug abuse became part of his life as he dealt with early trauma and PTSD. Sport was a constant during James’ life, providing an opportunity for participation and enduring friendships. Inevitably, his alcohol and drug u…
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‘My drive is to raise awareness of invisible illness, the need for inclusivity, diversity and equality. My motivation is to inspire others facing an invisible or visible illness or disability,’ says mental health advocate, Leah Turton.Leah is on our radio show Brainwaves today. With host Flic Manning, she will discuss her lived experience of mental…
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We spoke with this week's guest, University of Sydney Professor of Law, Simon Butt, on Indonesia's Presidential Election Day. Simon came on to talk about some of the legal infrastructure in Indonesia, during the pre-1998 Suharto era and now. On paper, Indonesians have more legal rights than Australians, but corruption runs right through the system.…
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Taylor Swift: the Perfect Avatar For Westerm, Consumer-Driven, Self-Obsessed, Self-Absorbed Society I The Carnage Continues While The World Averts Its Eyes From Gaza I Calling a Spade a Spade I Wouldn't It Be Nice? I Centralised & Decentralised Energy Systems: Repeating The Same Mistakes I War Criminal Next Indonesian President?…
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This Energy Week on City Limits, we speak with Freja Leonard from the No More Gas Collective (Friends of the Earth Melbourne) about Australian gas companies and their lobby groups, who are spinning a desperate PR campaign to maintain relevance, plus our usual news items and more on the energy sector. To access all previous podcasts and any extra li…
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Acknowledgement of Country// 7:05am Headlines// 7:15am Priya of 3CR Thursday Breakfast speaks with activist and organiser Amber about anti-Midumma and anti-pinkwashing. Listen to the entire conversation via Rotations. 7:30am Sonia speaks with Associate Prof Sharyn Davies about the Indonesian polls happening on Wed 14 Jan. 7:45am We play a recording…
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Dr Tim Anderson discussing what he predicted – the widening of the war in the Middle East, Visit to the Philippines by UN Special Rappator Dr Irene Khan, an analysis by human rights activist Peter Murphy, Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees on the increasing censorship regarding Zionist Israel, Journalist Nic Maclellan and the support in the Pacific for…
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We speak with Catarina Cinnani from the Untied Workers Union about a matter currently before the Federal Court involving 12 women farm workers who have levelled sexual harassment allegations against staff at Perfection Fresh. Plus Union News:DP World and the MUAV/Line and the RTBUFederal Govt staff and the CPSUTransgrid and the ETUTasPorts and AMOU…
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In today's episode, Elyse interviews Pat Simons (FoE Yes 2 Renewables Coordinator) and Martin Cubby (Wollongong local, member of Good for the 'Gong and organiser with NTEU) about recent national actions in support of renewable energy, and the push back against misinformationBy Elyse Cunningham with Pat Simons and Martin Cubby
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