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Monthly preview and review show of York City Football Club featuring topical chat and opinions from Dan Tait and James Charters (York Hospital Ball), Jim Calverley (York City Supporters Trust), Ben Robinson and Mark Debnam (season ticket holders). Presented by Paul Walton (York Hospital Radio)
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Welcome to The Ethical Futurists podcast, where award-winning experts, corporate advisors and keynote speakers James Taylor and Alison Burns delve into the world of sustainable innovation. Join us as James and Alison engage with leading thinkers, business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, environmentalists and scientists to uncover the latest ideas shaping a more ethical and sustainable future. From sustainability and innovation to future trends and ESG, our conversations span a wide array ...
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In this insightful episode of The Ethical Futurists Podcast, hosts James Taylor and Alison Burns engage with Bryanne Tait, Global Senior Director of Sustainability at Jumeirah. They explore the challenges and strategies of integrating sustainability into luxury hospitality, covering topics like net zero goals, sustainable food and beverage practice…
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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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In this episode, James and Alison interview Edward Hamod, CEO and founder of Switch Foods. They discuss the innovations in plant-based meat alternatives, the challenges of launching a food tech startup, and the importance of sustainability in the food industry. Edward shares insights on the company's journey, the reception of their products in the …
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3CR Monday Breakfast is broadcast from 3CR on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. Headlines// (*CW: military brutality, violence, transphobia) Geril, Secretary-General of Anakbayan Melbourne and member of BAYAN, representing the fighting Filipino masses and their struggles. Speaking before the Disrupt Land Forces first public pl…
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In this episode of The Ethical Futurists, hosts James Taylor and Alison Burns sit down with Marian Fletcher, a leading expert in sustainability and climate education in the Middle East. Marian shares her journey from management consulting to founding The Climate Club, a social enterprise dedicated to climate literacy and marine conservation. Tune i…
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Welcome to another iteration of the Monday Breakfast show, broadcasted from 3CR on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. The episode begins with two speeches from the Free Palestine rally on the 23rd of June: First up is Hijrah Ahmad of Anak Bangsa Merdeka "Children of Free Nations" Collective on the need for decolonisation, and t…
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Join hosts James Taylor and Alison Burns on this episode of The Ethical Futurists as they engage with Omar Saif, a multidisciplinary professional driving sustainability and decarbonisation in the Middle East. Omar shares insights from his work at COP28, discusses the importance of climate tech in emerging markets, and explores innovative approaches…
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Welcome to another iteration of the Monday Breakfast show. Our first segment is dedicated to Nex Benedict, a 16-year-old non-binary child who died on February 8th following a brutal, transphobic assault in the halls of their own school. In the wake of their death, we as a community and a society must mourn for those lost to transphobic violence acr…
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Join hosts James Taylor and Alison Burns as they welcome Raya Makawi, a leading sustainability expert in the Middle East and Africa. In this episode, Raya shares insights from her work at 3M, discusses the importance of education and innovation in driving sustainability, and highlights the significance of the circular economy. Discover how 3M’s ini…
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Welcome to another iteration of the Monday Breakfast show. This week's episode is structured a little differently due to the station's Radiothon fundraiser, so we're focussed on highlighting the great, radical and independent content 3CR broadcasts. If you enjoy the content heard on both the Monday Breakfast show or at 3CR more broadly, please make…
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Episode Title: Exploring Decarbonization and Renewable Energy with Yasin Kasirga of GE Vernova Summary: In this episode, James Taylor and Alison Burns interview Yasin Kasirga, leader of GE Vernova's decarbonization business in the Middle East and Africa. They discuss the latest advancements in renewable energy, decarbonization strategies, carbon ca…
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Acknowledgement of Country //Grace caught up with Serwa Naghshbandi to discuss her studies in the history music resistance and the role coded singing plays in activism and resistance against oppression and as an act of survival. Serwa is a Kurdish-Iranian independent scholar and educator, and she has recently been exploring women's singing as a pra…
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In this inaugural episode of The Ethical Futurists Podcast, hosts James Taylor and Alison Burns introduce themselves and their vision for the podcast. They discuss the motivation behind creating the podcast and provide a preview of the exciting topics and guests lined up for the first season. Key Points: Introduction of Hosts: James Taylor and Alis…
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We speak with Worthing FC Podcaster, commentator and supporter Peter Vale about three of York City's new signings who all played for Adam Hinshelwood for Worthing. Peter goes into depth about Harrison Male, Joe Felix and Ollie Pearce discussing their careers down on the south coast and whether he believes they will be good business for the Minster …
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Welcome to another iteratoin of the Monday Breakfast show, broadcasted from the 3CR studio in so-called Fitzroy, Naarm/so-called Melbourne. On today's show you'll hear: Palestinian Activist Nour Salman and Activist and UniMelb Academic Prof Tony Birch, Nakba Day rally outside Victorian Parliament, speaking about the banning of the Kuffiyeh, Solidar…
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Acknowledgement of Country // First up we hear Professor Mazin Qumsiyeh, Palestinian scientist, researcher, teacher and author based in Bethlehem, speak at the Voice for Palestine rally in Sydney on April 28. Recording provided by Vivien Langford. You can learn more about Prof. Mazin via qumsiyeh.orgThere will be a FREE Talk by Prof. Mazin Qumsiyeh…
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Hello and welcome to another edition of the Monday Breakfast show, hosted by Rob Harrison in the studios of 3CR. Today's show features the following segments: 7:10AMIn this episode of Stick Together, Annie McLoughlin goes into the murky side of the just transition economy where Powering the Future can sometimes mean unsafe conditions, and dodgy pay…
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Welcome to another iteration of the Monday Breakfast show, produced and presented in the studios of 3CR in so-called Fitzroy.First up we hear Tasnim Sammak, a Palestinian activist, mother, community organiser, and PhD candidate at Monash University, speaking at the April 15th rally at the Victorian Parliament steps launching the campaign to Get Elb…
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Welcome to another of the Monday Breakfast show, produced and presented in the studios of 3CR and hosted by Rob Harrison. First up we hear Cam and Andy of the Yeah Nah Pasaran show speak with academic Chris Wilson about the previously undiscovered digital footprint of the Australian killer who perpetrated massacres in Aotearoa in 2019. You can hear…
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Welcome to another Monday Breakfast show, produced and presented by Rob Harrison in the studios of 3CR. First up we hear an excerpt of Annie McLoughlin of Solidarity Breakfast’s conversation with Anthony Kelly, from Melbourne Activist legal Support (MALS), about the VicPol's use of explosive weapons at the Webb Dock picket on March 22. You can list…
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This episode reviews York City’s progress since Adam Hinshelwood replaced Neal Ardley in the managerial hot seat. Discussing results, performances, tactics, signings and everything in between. Hosted by Dan Tait this is a rare wholly positive episode in which panelists Dave Hughes and Ben Robinson wax lyrical about the recent form.…
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Welcome to another episode of the Monday Breakfast show, coming to you live from the studios of 3CR in so-called Fitzroy. Following the Federal Government’s attempt to rush through the Migration Amendment Bill last week, Rob conducted two interviews to understand as much as possible about what it means for refugees across so-called Australia. Among…
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Responding to an advert on Facebook, Cathy Babis is joining David Geers on a journey around Australia in his Searey amphibian, taking around 60 days with many incredible stops along the way! Follow their journey with the link below! https://www.100asa.com.au Buy my kids book Marty the Mallard from me directly! https://forms.gle/BaR42kZAq7SPWiXPA Fo…
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Welcome to another iteration of the Monday Breakfast show, presented and produced by Rob Harrison in the studios of 3CR. First up we hear Nasser of the Palestine Remembered show’s conversation with David Glanz, an anti-Zionist Jewish activist for refugee rights, and founder of MEAA members for Palestine, about fair and unbiased reporting and safe w…
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Welcome to another episode of the Monday Breakfast show. On this week's show we have: We start off with some good news: representation of LGBTQIA+ people on TV screens across so-called Australia is improving. A study published in Sage Journals has revealed the much-needed data surrounding Queer representation within scripted television across so-ca…
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Welcome back to another episode of the Monday Breakfast show on 3CR, bringing you news from across the radical left spectrum. With the episode airing on Labour Day, Rob spoke with Assistant Secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions Joseph Mitchell to reflect on the union movement in so-called Australia and its achievements in the last yea…
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Last week a joint investigation by the ABC and the Guardian exposed that two men who were allegedly involved in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda are wanted for questioning in Rwanda. The Australian Centre for International Justice released a paper in response arguing that Australia has become a safe haven for perpetrators of atrocities. The ACIJ is a no…
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Panellists and season ticket holders Mark Debnam and Dave Hughes join Dan Tait to discuss the clubs sacking of manager Neal Ardley after only six months in charge as well as covering the swift appointment of Worthing FC gaffer Adam Hinshelwood. With the club hovering just above the relegation zone, the panel debate whether it was the right call at …
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Welcome back to Monday Breakfast. This week Rob and Grace bring you the following: Jan Bartlett of Tuesday Hometime speaking with Ken Davies, International project officer Union Aid Abroad APHEDA, about the partnership between APHEDA and Palestine, and aid provision for Gaza, West bank, and Lebanon.We also heard Jan Bartlett's conversation with act…
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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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A season that had so much optimism continues to be a rollercoaster for York City supporters. Regulars Ben Robinson and Dan Tait are joined by guest panellist Dave Hughes to analyse the good and bad of York City's form post Christmas. Answering the questions such as have we found the best position for Billy Chadwick? Do we really set up too defensiv…
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Channel Nine has recently been defending itself against accusations it intentionally altered a photo of Animal Justice Party MP Georgie Purcell to make it more revealing. The news organisation claimed the edit was not a human error but rather due to AI’s automation within Photoshop. Rob sat down with Dr TJ Thomson, senior lecturer at RMIT, to see h…
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Welcome to another iteration of the Monday Breakfast show, presented and produced by Rob Harrison and Grace Tan. This week we bring you four segments from across the spectrum of radical news. As Israel’s genocidal conquest of Palestine continues to play out, the ways in which governments and companies all over the globe are complicit are simultaneo…
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In this week's jampacked show Rob and Grace bring you segments covering the Webb Dock picket and policing of it, how pill testing could reduce harm, as well as extra-judicial killings of unionists in the Philippines. We start off with Stick Together's Jiselle Hanna interview with Elmer Labog, General Secretary of the Kilusang Mayo Uno, the militant…
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The YourGround NSW crowd-sourced map launched on 15 November 2023 and is open for submissions until February 2024. This interactive, crowd-sourced map asks women and gender-diverse people to pin a spot and share their experiences about safety across NSW to help create more inclusive public spaces and transport hub precincts.Sonia Randhawa from Wedn…
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3CR presenter Dale Bridge of the program Defence of Government Schools (DOGS), reported on Press Release #1002 with information that the Swedish School Minister stated the failure of their free private school system.NB: This is an excerpt of a longer discussion, for more info, head to DOGS. Airs every Saturday morning from 12-1 pm. Jan Bartlett of …
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As we reach the halfway point of the season South stander Ben Robinson and National League TV commentators Dan Tait and Paul Walton discuss the ups and downs of York City's 2023/24 campaign so far. This podcast is a spin off from York Hospital Radio. If you enjoy the podcast then please consider donating to justgiving.com/yorkhospitalradio…
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First, Kannagi from Tuesday Breakfast’s interview with lecturer and researcher Dr Brandy Cochrane on the Forcibly Displaced People's Network's report 'Inhabiting Two Worlds at Once' which looks at the experiences of LGBTIQA+ settlement in Australia. Find out about FDPN's refugee sponsorship program here//Next, Jan Bartlett speaks about killings and…
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Connor Flynn came into the studio to update us on developments in the Save Preston Market Campaign. Stall holders have been offered new 5-year leases. (Originally broadcast: 25 November 2023) David Glanz, from Refugee Action Collective, talks about the rally that occurred on Sat 18-11-23, set to highlight the people in Indonesia, still stranded by …
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Welcome to this week's iteration of Monday Breakfast, bringing you current affairs from a range of radical topics. First up we hear part 2 of Claudia Craig's interview with Francesca Albanese, UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights Situation in the Occupied Palestinian territories. You can listen to the full interview here.Then Grace speaks with…
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The hosts of Yean Nah Pasaran chat with journalist Brandi Buchman about covering J6 (the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol), the Oath Keepers, and the Proud Boys. (This was originally broadcast on: 2nd November 2023)**This is an excerpt of a longer conversation, for a full interview head to Yeah Nah Pasaran Rob speaks to Jackie Turner, Director at …
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Welcome back to another edition of Monday Breakfast with Grace Tan, James Tait and Rob Harrison. Grace speaks with Prof Catherine Crock AM, a long-time doctor at the Royal Children Hospital Melbourne since 1994, discussing World Kindness Day, and the Gathering of Kindness, a series of online events happening throughout the week, about building, nur…
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This week Rob, James and Grace gathered round the microphones to bring listeners a diverse selection of radical news. We started off by playing Liz Walsh's speech from Sunday's Pro-Palestine rally which was recorded by Grace at the rally itself. Liz Walsh is a member of Victorian Socialists. Following that we revisited last week's conversation with…
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Grace speaks with Helena Hassani, human rights advocate and campaigner for the prevention of child and forced marriage and family violence. We discussed the 'A survivor-led approach to combating modern slavery' event tomorrow, 31 October 2023. Time: 1.30-2.30 pmWhere: Online via ZoomEmail events.socialjustice@uts.edu.au to discuss access requiremen…
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