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A weekly conversation about politics and current events, international affairs, history, art, books, and the natural world, to illuminate the issues faced by society and explore them in new ways – presented by Amy Mullins. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion
 
The team continues the great Marinara tradition of bringing you a quirky but informative look at all that is marine. Get to know all things wet and salty. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion
 
A current affairs program produced at Triple R in Melbourne, Australia. Exploring domestic issues in a global context, The Grapevine features interviews with those in the know, providing insights into our politics, cities, rights, cultures and the environment. Hosted by Kulja Coulston and Dylan Bird. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion
 
Computer news, reviews and clues. Tech talk and opinionated chat with feature interviews and regular guests covering games, Linux and Open Source, legal, new and social media, gadgets, Apple and more. The Byte Into IT family includes: - Dan Salmon - Jo Eaton - Laura Summers - Maize Wallin - Paul Callaghan - Rowena Murray - Daniel Morganti - Vanessa Toholka (Byte co-producer) - Warren Davies (Byte co-producer) - Elizabeth McCarthy (RRR Talks producer) The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusio ...
 
Visual art, theatre, film and literature. Segments include: - 'Art Attack' - fortnightly visual arts reviews with Ace Wagstaff and Tai Snaith. - 'Shoot the Messenger' - fortnightly theatre news & reviews with Fleur Kilpatrick. - 'Drawn Out' - monthly chat about comic books and graphic novels with Bernard Caleo. Please email talks@rrr.org.au for all interview requests. About the Presenter Richard Watts has many years experience working in the arts industry, including five years as the Artisti ...
 
Primal Screen is a show about movies, from the ones on the big screen to the ones you stream. A mix of new release and retrospective film and television reviews and interviews with film and television practitioners on 3RRR 102.7FM in Melbourne Australia. Presented by Flick Ford with regular guest critics Lisa Kovacevic, Cerise Howard, Will Cox, Emma Westwood and more. Producers: Flick Ford, Lisa Kovacevic and Karl Chapman Panel operator: Karl Chapman The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusio ...
 
There is a crack in everything, that's where the light gets in. Each week the Greening the Apocalypse team talk to the tinkerers and thinkerers, the freaks and geeks from permaculturists and eco-farmers to alt-tech innovators and peer-to-peer information networkers who are growing fascinating new systems through the fault lines of the old. Presented by Bushy, Adam Grubb, Kate Dundas and Jed MacCartney from Melbourne's Triple R FM.
 
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Flick ford is joined by guest critics Emma Westwood and Sally Christie for a horror double. They tuck into Mimi Cave’s dating app horror FRESH and then they journey into Alex Garland’s rural horror MEN. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalscreenshow/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/primal_screen_show/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/primal_s…
 
Petra Stock provides a progress update on her Freedom of Information research and reporting. Petra digs into the details of remote learning and teaching environments during the pandemic. VCOSS CEO Emma King breaks down the 5.2 minimum wage rise in the context of Australia's housing and cost of living crisis. Renew Economy’s Giles Peterson explains …
 
The National Gallery of Victoria’s Senior Curator Dr Miranda Wallace talks about this year’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition ‘The Picasso Century’; Director of ‘Passing Strange’, Dean Drieberg, along with the show’s Musical Director, Conductor and Keyboardist, Marissa Saroca, discuss the hybrid “rock concert with storytelling” coming to th…
 
Hosts Jo Eaton and Vanessa Taholka talk to Chandni Gupta, Policy and Program Director at the Consumer Policy Research Centre, about a recently released report outlining the ways in which Australians have been negatively impacted by harmful online design features called 'dark patterns'. Chandni explains how dark patterns are deceptive designs rangin…
 
Presenter Flick Ford speaks with former Director of Film Programs at ACMI (and now Creative Director of Edinburgh International Film Festival) Kristy Matheson, about ACMI’s new retrospective on the works of Iranian Director Abbas Kiarostami. Flick is then joined by Melbourne filmmaker Subah Kamal to talk about Asghar Farhadi’s A HERO. Facebook: htt…
 
Dr. Hashini Senaratne, Lead researcher PhD candidate, Monash University, explains developing accessible electronic toolkits to help encourage STEM knowledge, logical thinking and creativity for people living with intellectual disabilities; Dr. Laura Miller from the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment at Monash University, talks about the bi…
 
It’s Queen’s Birthday weekend, and Bron, Cabin Boy, Rex and Dr Beach talk SS Queensland, Queensland marine news (live from Queensland), and… yeah that’s enough. We speak with internationally acclaimed sailor and NEW world record breaker Lisa Blair about circumnavigating Antarctica, and take a look at how the humble shipping containers has changed t…
 
Playwright Damien Millar on directing Bertolt Brecht’s ‘Mother Courage and Her Children’ for a 2022 audience at La Mama Theatre; Belinda Collins, Creative Director of The Social Crew, is back to discuss ‘Under The Surface’, a visual art trail in Gippsland; Co-Writer, Co-Director and Performer Nat Randall draws on elements of film and theatre to exp…
 
Hosts Paul Callaghan and Dan Salmon speak with Zoë Condliffe, data activist, gender advocate researcher and founder of She's A Crowd - a feminist tech startup that aims to close the gender data gap and generate a geospatial data set for the prevention of gender based violence; and Dr Emily van der Nagel, social media lecturer at Monash University, …
 
Flick Ford chats to Dr. Andy Lynch and Alexa Scarlata about alternative streaming platforms. They then review Danny Boyle’s new Sex Pistols bio-pic PISTOL and the rural horror series FROM. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalscreenshow/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/primal_screen_show/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/primal_screen…
 
Victorian cultural leader, philanthropist, and author Carrillo Gantner AC joins Amy for an in-depth conversation about his new book, Dismal Diplomacy, Disposable Sovereignty: Our Problem With China and America (out via Monash University Publishing). Carrillo examines the recent history of Australia's poor diplomatic relations with the People's Repu…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Dylan gets on the line with the CEO of the Grattan Institute, Danielle Wood, to discuss the gender balance in parliament as the newly elected Labor Government installs record numbers of women to the Cabinet. Then, as Anthony Albanese and Penny Wong jet all over the Pacific in the first days of governance, Director …
 
Having defeated the flu, Dr Shane is back with Dr Ray, Dr Stacey, Dr Jen and Dr Graci to learn that cockroaches are evolving to be less interested in sugar; mice are able to have their dopamine levels read through an implantable device; and dogs can detect covid with remarkable accuracy. Dr Jaclyn Pearson from the Hudson Institute of Medical Resear…
 
Danish dancer and choreographer, Mette Ingvartsen, talks exploring pornography’s pervasive creep in her performance ’21 Pornographies’ at RISING; Restless Dance Theatre director Michelle Ryan on another RISING favourite ‘Rewards for The Tribe’; Dr James Rule, curatorial research assistant of Palaeontology at Museums Victoria, delves into dinosaurs …
 
Despite achieving critical acclaim, The Last of Us Part II attracted heated debate and was "review bombed" when it was released in 2020. Presenter Dan Morganti gives the third-person action game an honest review, post-controversy; and Siddhartha Barnhoorn, prolific video game music composer, takes presenter Maize Wallin through the creative approac…
 
Jo Dyer reflects on her experiences campaigning as an independent in the marginal seat of Boothby and the rise of the independents in politics. Jo discusses the transformation of Australian politics with a greatly expanded crossbench, a more diverse parliament, and a likely shift in the political culture in Canberra. Jo is the author of the very pr…
 
Guardian Australia environment reporter Graham Readfearn talks about the sixth mass coral bleaching event at the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, which occurred earlier this year. He describes his visit to the John Brewer Reef near Townsville and what he has learned about the causes of the Great Barrier Reef's decline. We learn about its current c…
 
Flick Ford and Lisa Kovacevic talk to Artistic Director Thomas Caldwell about the Children’s International Film Festival and Associate Professor Liam Burke about what parents want from Aussie kids’ TV. Lisa and Flick review the popular kids' TV show BLUEY. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalscreenshow/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pri…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with First People’s Assembly of Victoria co-chair, Marcus Stewart for an update on all things Vic Treaty. A Nira illim bulluk man of the Taungurung Nation, Stewart gives his thoughts on the election of a federal government ostensibly committed to holding a referendum towards achievin…
 
Bron and Dr Beach explore ‘Ocean Mind’, the imminent arrival of the Giant Spider Crabs, effects of floods on marine ecosystems, and the impact of commonly used sunscreens to tropical corals. • Ocean Mind is a charity that provides therapeutic surf programs services for young people aged 8 - 18 years experiencing mental health challenges, social iso…
 
Author Michele Aung Thin joins us to discuss PEN Melbourne’s Fundraiser for Myanmar and its freedom of expression at La Mama Courthouse; Winner of the 2022 Golden Gibbo award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Alex Hines, chats about her show ‘To Schapelle and Back’ returning to The Butterfly Club; Playwright Daniel Schlusser talks exp…
 
Hosts Vanessa Toholka, Lily Ryan and David Nichols speak with Associate Professor Andrew Perfors from the University of Melbourne about how we can identify and navigate misinformation; and James Clark, Executive Director of Digital Rights Watch, gives a post-election rundown on what the change of government means for tech policy and digital rights.…
 
Dr Chris Wallace joins Amy to examine the 2022 federal election results in-depth, including the massive wins for the Greens, independents, and Labor. They also assess the extent of the media's influence, reflect on campaign strategies, and the next steps for an incoming Albanese Labor government. Chris is Professor at the 50/50 By 2030 Foundation a…
 
Host Flick Ford chats to director and writer Franziska Stünkel about her latest film THE LAST EXECUTION which is screening as part of the German Film Festival. And Will Cox and Dr. Stuart Richards drop by to discuss the true-crime HBO mini-series THE STAIRCASE, PETITE MAMAN by Céline Sciamma and more. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalscreen…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with journalist and author George Megalogenis to break down the outcome of this historic election which saw independents topple traditionally safe Liberal seats. Then, Researcher and Policy Analyst with Migration Council Australia and an expert on Turkish democracy, Dr Tezcan Gümüş, …
 
Bron, Fam Cabin Boy and Jeff talk surprising celeb sailors, A Cleaner Coast, Sea Creatures podcast, and the history of medieval diving techniques according to James Bond ... • Cabin Boy brings us the latest on the plight of Russian Oligarchs, and enlightens us on some surprising celebrities who are sailors. • We’ll cross live to the Surf Coast to s…
 
Mother and daughter Louise and Mae Driscoll update listeners on their lived experience of primary immune deficiency. Professor Andrew Pask, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne, discusses a $5 million gift that brings de-extinction of the Tasmanian tiger one step closer. And in weekly science …
 
Jason Tamiru talks co-directing ‘The Return’, which recounts the macabre history of the stolen bodily remains of First Peoples, for Malthouse Theatre and RISING; Art Gallery of Ballarat Director Louise Tegart on the lesser known Australian art movement of Max Meldrum and the tonalists for their new exhibition ‘Light & Shade’; Performers John Marc D…
 
Presenters Warren Davies and Dan Salmon speak with Kath Albury, Media Professor from Swinburne University, about crushedbutokay.org.au, an initiative to help young people cope with rejection online; and RMIT's Robbie Coleman talks about the latest in NFT news, from where they came from to where they could be going. Plus tech news from around the gl…
 
Dr Richard Denniss, chief economist at The Australia Institute joins Amy for the final instalment of Uncommon Sense's federal election policy series – this time, on the economy. Richard debunks all the election econobabble on wages growth, productivity, inflation, and much more. He explains and evaluates the economic policies of the major and minor…
 
Host Flick Ford speaks to Monash University Associate Professor Belinda Smaill about the podcast series SEEING GREEN that revisits Aussie film classics through an environmental lens. Flick is then joined by Dr. Simon Troon, Researcher from Environment and Media Research at Monash University, who shares a mix of climate change films, from action to …
 
Dr. Shane is joined by co-presenters Chris KP and Dr Sarah Best to discuss growing plants in lunar soil, sunscreen and coral, and blackholes. Guest Professor Dick Williams from Charles Darwin University explains the the hazards of feral horses in the Australian Alpine region; and Tony Rinaudo AM talks about revegetating arid areas, and his biograph…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Council to Homeless Persons chief executive, Jenny Smith, to discuss the funding cuts to the From Homelessness to a Home initiative in the Victorian state budget and what that means for homelessness state wide. Then, writer and academic, Dr Adrian De Leon, calls in to talk about…
 
Bron, Dr Beach, Kade and Rex talk Caspian terns, 50 years of diving the Ships Graveyard, Spider Crabs, cleaning up the Surf Coast, and some brilliant citizen science work on the Great Barrier Reef.. • Rex Hunter talks about the history of diving the ‘Ships Graveyard’ off Port Phillip Heads. This coming November marks 50 years since it was first div…
 
Curator Janenne Willis chats about a fascinating ‘Floating Gallery’ presented by O_C_E_A_N, where people can swim, row or paddle out to view local artworks on laser yachts at Point Leo; Artist Frances Barrett explores her new sensory-focussed collaborative project ‘Meatus’ at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art; Artistic Director of the Aust…
 
Presenters Vanessa Toholka, Jo Eaton and Lily Ryan discuss the leaked internal report from Facebook engineers admitting their lack of control over how user-generated data is used; and Vidya Rajan, one half of the comedy duo Nemeses, chats about moderating the crypto-ethics roundtable happening as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week. Plus, tech news he…
 
Former judge Stephen Charles AO QC and Dr Catherine Williams discuss what a robust and effective federal integrity commission looks like, as well as other accountability bodies and measures needed to protect our democracy from corruption. These include reforms to our political donations system, among many others. Their new book is called, Keeping T…
 
Richie Merzian, Director of the Climate and Energy Program at The Australia Institute joins Amy for part 3 of the Uncommon Sense election policy series – climate change. Richie looks at Australia's current climate targets and tells us what targets and policies are needed to keep global temperature increases to 1.5 degrees celsius or at the very wor…
 
Host Eloise Ross chats to Claire Jankelson, Director of The South African Film Festival, about how the festival got started and what to check out. Journalist Anders Furze then joins Eloise to review Season 2 of RUSSIAN DOLL, THE GILDED AGE and Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in the television comedy GRACE AND FRANKIE. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert to discuss her resilience and courage in the face of her wrongful 804 days of incarceration in Iran's most notorious prison after being accused of espionage. Then, Cam Walker from Friends of The Earth calls in to discuss federal election commitments from c…
 
Presenters Dr Shane, Dr Euan and Dr Grace discuss the latest science news, including embalming, burials, and how techniques and approaches to do this have changed over time, as well as current threats to the state of the environment, including threatened and now extinct species, and what we can do to protect further species and environmental extinc…
 
Bron and Fam check out the Bellarine Catchment Network, Spider Crabs 2022 (will they or won’t they), approaches to managing coastal erosion, and community rapid response to outbreaks of the Northern Pacific Seastar... • We catch up with Matt Crawley from the Bellarine Catchment Network. BCN is a Not-for-profit network on the Bellarine Peninsula, ma…
 
RISING co-artistic directors Hannah Fox and Gideon Obarzanek discuss the long-awaited program coming this winter; Natalie King talks about curating the work of Yuki Kihara, the representative for New Zealand Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale; Elias Redstone, artistic director of Photo 2022, celebrates Melbourne’s photographic culture; and pro…
 
Maize and Dan return with their monthly games special. We hear about a couple of free, browser based games they've uncovered, Narrow One, and Titanic II - Orchestra for Dying at Sea, and we catch up on some game industry news including the emergence of a new game industry workers union, Games Workers Australia, plus an interview with indie game dev…
 
Dr Shane is joined by co-hosts Dr Ray, Dr Linden & Dr Stacy. In science news, they discuss measured productivity of video conferencing compared to in-person meetings, theoretical outer space hibernation, behavioral tendencies of different dog breeds, and what music does to the brain. Geoff Brooks, Swinburne University Professor of Engineering, join…
 
Journalist and author Louisa Lim discusses her new book, Indelible City: Dispossession and Defiance in Hong Kong. Among many things, Louisa explores the 2019 protest movement in Hong Kong and the rising number of speech crime convictions under the harsh national security law. She also unearths the stories behind key historical moments and seeks to …
 
Luke Hilakari, Secretary of the Victorian Trades Hall Council tells us the full story behind the fight to save the John Curtin Hotel. A green ban has just been announced in the effort to protect the socially and culturally significant John Curtin Hotel in Carlton. Union workers will now refuse to work on any redevelopment or demolition of the Curti…
 
Nic Maclellan, Pacific affairs correspondent for Inside Story, talks about Australia's foreign policy, including its relationships with Pacific island nations, China, the U.S. and France. Nic also explains the positions and recent policies of the major and minor parties. This is the second instalment of Uncommon Sense's federal election policy seri…
 
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