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Did you forget your world history, and now feel lost when world topics come up in current events? Designed for busy people who forgot (or never learned it in the first place) and need a quick refresh, Wiser World takes foundational world history and makes it approachable and concise. As a former teacher, Alli Roper wants to remind us of the world's foundational, basic history so we can have the context we need think historically about current events, travel, and global topics. Episodes are p ...
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Unlock the beauty of Farsi with our Persian Learning Podcast! Join us as we dive into the language, culture, and heritage of Iran through engaging conversations, language lessons, and insightful tips for beginners and language enthusiasts alike.
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Acknowledgement of Country // On this special episode, we hear a conversation between Grace and Rasha Tayeh, a Palestinian artist, researcher, herbalist, nutritionist and founder of Beit e’ Shai teahouse. They discuss food sovereignty and the ways that the colonial project and Zionist state of Israel violently prevents Palestinians from foraging an…
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Acknowledgement of Country // 7.05 am Headlines 7.10am Sonia speaks with Luisa Bassini ASU delegate and Victorian Socialists Merri-bek council candidate about tonight's May Day forum on how to build industrial power for Palestine and why Palestine is a workers’ issue. 7.30am Sonia speaks with Adrian Pereira, veteran Malaysian labour activist and ex…
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This is a brief overview history of Sudan & South Sudan from 2005 to 2024, covering the end of the 2nd Sudanese Civil War, South Sudan's independence, South Sudan's civil war, and the current war in Sudan. This episode focuses more on South Sudan than north Sudan. It is designed for people who know little to nothing about this region and want a fou…
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Acknowledgement of Country //Headlines // 7.10am Grace speaks with Rabia from Covid Conscious Queers Naarm about the importance of keeping safe; and talked about upcoming events. 7.30am Sonia sepaks with Lucas Moore from Banyule for Palestine about an action outside Kate Thwaites MP's office on Sat 27 April. 7.45am Sonia speaks with Rachel Deans fr…
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Acknowledgement of Country //Headlines // 7.10am Sonia caught up with Jacob Starling from Students Against War and spoke about universities' complicity with the genocide in Gaza, and what can be done. https://www.instagram.com/studentsagainstwar_/ 7.30am we rebroadcasted Mary Kostakidis speaking with Jan Bartlett on Tuesday hometime about the impac…
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This is a brief overview history of Sudan & South Sudan from 1978 - 2005 AD, covering the discovery of oil through the end of the 2nd Sudanese Civil War. This episode focuses in a lot more on South Sudan than north Sudan. It is designed for people who know little to nothing about this region and want a foundational education to build upon. For extr…
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Acknowledgement of Country //Headlines //7.10am We heared Nasser's longform conversation with Ihab Abu Ibrahim, a Palestinian activist and founder of The Sit-Intifada, about his family enduring conditions of the 1948 Nakba and their refugee camp experience, why he started his protest at Parliament House steps, the importance of continual protesting…
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Acknowledgement of Country //Headlines // 7.10am We speak with Veronique from We Are Not Numbers Aus spoke about their upcoming silent vigil in Adelaide, media silence on their events and the unconscionable ongoing genocide. 7.30am We speak with Lucia Goldsmith Head of Humanitarian Aid Oxfam Australia discussed the ongoing civil war in Yemen and th…
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This is a brief overview history of Sudan & South Sudan from roughly 800BC to 1978 AD, covering from early civilizations until the end of the First Sudanese Civil War and the discovery of oil. It is designed for people who know little to nothing about this region and want a foundational education to build upon. For extra resources to further your s…
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Acknowledgement of Country //Headlines // 7.10am We speak to Sam Reynolds from the Institute for Energy Economics & Financial Analysis, about Japan's falling demand for gas and the implications for new and existing LNG developments in Australia. 7.30am We speak with Alison Thorne from the Freedom Socialist Party chatted with us about toxic chemical…
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Acknowledgement of Country // Headlines // 7.10am Sonia speaks with A/ Prof Tilman Ruff, co-founder and Australian chair of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) about their submission on AUKUS, a trilateral partnership between the UK, the US, and Australia. 7.30am Grace caught up with Serwa Naghshbandi, a Kurdish-Iranian ind…
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Acknowledgement of Country // Headlines // 7:10am Jan Bartlett spoke with PHD Candidate Sasha Gillies-Lekakis about the US blockade and sanctions on Cuba in the aftermath of COVID-19. Hear the full interview via 3cr.org.au/hometime-tuesday. More info on the economic crisis in Cuba via The Conversation. 7.30am Fiona York of Raise The Roof spoke with…
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Acknowledgement of Country //Headlines //Anne Maxwell from Radio MMT, a 3CR show broadcast on Fridays at 5.30pm, joined us to talk about a new film on economics, called Finding the Money.Wil Stracke from We are Union spoke to Sonia about Women's day rally in Melbourne.Grace talked to Quay-Quay, from Pride in protest, on the actions they've held thr…
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Over 300 million people around the world celebrate Nowruz—a huge spring holiday that’s also sometimes called Persian New Year—annually on March 20th or 21st. In this episode I explain Nowruz for folks who know little to nothing about it, and if you fit that description I can guarantee you’re going to enjoy learning about the unique and ancient trad…
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Acknowledgement of Country // Headlines // 7.10am Lukas Straumann from Bruno Manser Fonds spoke about their new documentary 'The Rainforest Tribunal' which is available free to watch via YouTube. 7.30am Quay-Quay from Pride in Protest spoke about the Sydney Mardi Gras' decision to de-invite NSW police from this year's march, following the murder of…
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This is a preview of Wondery's new podcast: Even the Royals. Admit it: you’re obsessed with royal families – watching them, gossiping about them, wanting to be them. It’s the stuff of fantasy. But for real life royals, the crown jewels can be more like shiny handcuffs. There are expectations and rules – and if you break them, the consequences are b…
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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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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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Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// This Saturday, healthcare workers from across Victoria are rallying in Geelong to protest and demand an end to the genocide in Gaza. Sonia Spoke with Noor Al-Assafi (she/ her) a social worker in mental health, & Jackie Kriz (she/her) a delegate for the Australian Nurses & Midwives Association, on the Geelong…
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There are countless resources to learn about WWII (and for good reason, it's important!), but what about WWI? Often overshadowed by other wars, this complex war has influenced much of our modern day more than we may realize. This episode covers a brief history of WWI for those who need an overview refresh, focusing mostly on why it began and how it…
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Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Richard Weatherby spoke with Sonia about climate related financial disclosure. On 12th January, the treasurey made available for comment some proposed amendments to legislation governing climate related financial disclosure which sounds dull as dishwater, but which could have real implications for our abilit…
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Acknowledgment of Country Headlines Pippa speaks with John Smith, an associate member of the Black Peoples Union (BPU) and Community picket organiser for Webb Dock action, about the picket that started Fri 19 Jan, and the outcomes of the direct action. We replay two speeches from the 14th consecutive Free Palestine rally in Naarm-Melbourne and 100 …
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Palestinians & Zapatistas: Extremes that come together in the fight against inhumanityAn incredible event took place in Naarm/Melbourne on the 26th of June 2021, in which Blak and Palestinian poets, artists and activists came together for a special evening of poetry, performances and discussions. On this show Salaam rebroadcasts this event. We list…
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In this episode I explain eight common logical fallacies—giving examples and ways to think more critically in today's ever-polarizing political climate. For extra resources to further your study, head to my Patreon. This podcast is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Visit airwavemedia.com to learn about other fantastic history and education…
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3CR Breakfast Wednesday 27th December 2023 As we farewell 2023, we reflect on the Referendum on an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament and the future of Australia. Throughout this episode you will hear a selection of music by First Nations artists, the voices of Wiradjuri and Wailwan woman, lawyer Teela Reid and distinguished …
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Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines//Grace Tan interviewed Munanjahli, Yugambeh and South Sea Islander woman Dr Chelsea Watego (@drcwatego) about the silence surrounding the ongoing Senate Inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women April this year. Dr Watego is Professor of Indigenous Health and Executive Director of the Carumba Institut…
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Pippa speaks with Isabella Magee, a Type 1 Diabetic who is currently an ambassador for Diabetes Australia to tell people about her journey with Type 1 There are currently 1,500,000 people living with Diabetes in Australia.If you want to find out more information about Diabetes you can head to https://www.diabetesaustralia.com.au/ and check out thei…
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Iranian-Australian Activist, Shohre Mansouri talks to Sunehra about battling against misinformation and disinformation in a farsi Facebook group. Shohre is also the founder of Yarra Foundation, a charity that helps under-privallaged Iranian children. We listen to an interview from Women on the line, where Kannagi Bhatt speaks to Ruby Hamad, author …
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Content warning: the first segment discusses war, trauma and sexual violence that may be distressing for some listeners7.10am Violence against women and girls remains one of the most prevalent and pervasive human rights violations in the world. As part of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women commemoration, we listen t…
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This is a brief overview of the holiday of Diwali for those who know little to nothing about it. I include the stories and traditions included in the holiday, as well as explain the Lakshmi Puja. While I don't go into every detail of the (typically) five-day festival, I hope this is a primer for those who want to learn more about the holiday and ca…
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Cam and Andy from Yeah Nah Pasaran show speak to Dr Eviane Leidig, the author of Women of the Far Right: Social Media Influencers & Online Radicalization. On mainstream social media platforms, far-right women share Instagram stories about organic foods that help pregnant women propagate the pure white race and post behind-the-scenes selfies at anti…
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7:12AM: Jennifer Lacy Nichols Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne joined us to discuss the role lobbying has on the government and she found government lobbyist registers largely left us in the dark of who is actually lobbying government 7:31AM: Birte Moliere, packaging product stewardship lead at Boomerang Alliance speaks about transpar…
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7:10AM: We listen to a conversation with Elio Celotto about his introduction to animal activism, and the highly successful Nup to the Cup campaign. Elio is from The Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses and has been a long-time animal activist. This conversation was aired on an episode of Freedom of Species at 3CR last monthNup to the Cup offi…
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Wednesday 1st November 2023 AOC// Headlines// 7.10am Kal Angam Kal: Stories from West Papua illuminates the little-known history of exiled West Papuan Elders residing in Naarm through the unique lens of the community's youth. The exhibition features new film works, in which six young community members conduct interviews with their chosen Elders, an…
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This episode covers the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, European influence in the region, some major historical conflicts from WWII to 2023, and how Middle Eastern countries currently relate to each other, generally. The hope is for those who know little to nothing about the Middle East to have a basic primer that can be used as a springboard for f…
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Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Professor Lynette Russell AM shares her post-Referendum reflections about the role of history in Australia's truth-telling and history education in Australia. Professor Russell is the Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor and ARC Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellow 2020-2025 at the Monash Indigenous Studi…
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AOC//Headlines//Patrick speaks to Associate Professor of Marketing Catherine Sutton Brady from the University of Sydney about the result of the Voice to Parliament referendum and her perspective on why the Yes campaign failed and what made the No campaign successful.We listen back to a conversation between Claudia and Bep Uink, Associate Professor …
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7:15AM: We listen back to some of the speeches from the National Action to Stop Black Deaths in Custody rally which took place in Naarm and around the country on Saturday.7:30AM: Patrick was joined by Jock Cheetham, Senior Lecturer in news and media in the Charles Sturt School of Information and Communication Studies about the impact of ‘Trumpian t…
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AOC// Headlines// 7.07 AM Grace speaks with Isabelle Reinecke, founder of Grata Fund, and author of newly released book "Courting Power: Law, Democracy, & the Public Interest in Australia'. We discuss the importance of court laws and how it helps with the public interest of Australia.7.27am Sunehra spoke to Beth McCann, Director of the Centre for F…
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