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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
 
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
 
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 reviews, and occasional interviews with film practitioners on 3RRR 102.7FM in Melbourne, Australia. Presented by Paul Anthony Nelson and Flick Ford with regular guest critics. Co-producer and panel operator: Karl Chapman Podcast editor: Maudie Osborne The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp. ...
 
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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 ...
 
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On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with constitutional law expert, Associate Professor Luke Beck from the faculty of law at Monash University, to discuss the Federal Government’s third draft of the Religious Discrimination Bill. Prof Beck breaks down what’s in the bill, how it impacts state and federal powers, and wha…
 
Flick Ford and Cerise Howard are joined by Japanese Film Festival Programmer Simonne Goran for a chat about this year's event. Plus, reviews of two titles in Melbourne cinemas now: NO TIME TO DIE (Cary Joji Fukunaga, 2021), where Flick and Cerise are joined by panel master Karl Chapman for the 101 on 007, and THE POWER OF THE DOG (Jane Campion, 202…
 
Flick Ford and Cerise Howard are joined by Melbourne Queer Film Festival Program Director Spiro Economopoulos for a chat about this year's event. Cerise and Spiro pick out some of their festival highlights, discussing FINLANDIA (Horacio Alcalá, 2021), INSTRUCTIONS FOR SURVIVAL (Yana Ugrekhelidze, 2021), THE HILL WHERE LIONESSES ROAR (Luàna Bajrami,…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, as the COP26 climate summit wraps up, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Walkley Award winning journalist, author and regular voice on The Grapevine, Jeff Sparrow, to break down the influence of corporations at the negotiations, along with accusations of greenwashing. Sparrow has a new book out; Crimes Against Na…
 
Historian Emma Shortis talks about the latest in US politics including the Virginia election, as well as Australian diplomacy fails, and the COP26 climate talks. Emma is an author and Research Fellow at the EU Centre of Excellence at RMIT. Political historian Judith Brett reflects on over 40 years of writing about Australian politics, as she discus…
 
Flick Ford interviews Robert Machoian about his latest feature THE KILLING OF TWO LOVERS (2020). Lisa Kovacevic is joined by guest film critic Stuey Richards to review Ridley Scott's new medieval drama THE LAST DUEL (2021) and disturbing new Australian film NITRAM (2021) by Snowtown director Justin Kurzel. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primals…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with the Australian Workers’ Union National Secretary, Daniel Walton, to discuss the historic win for fruit workers – who have been historically exploited by the agricultural industry – securing a minimum casual rate of pay. Then, journalist Sean Kelly calls in to talk about his new …
 
Flick Ford talks with directors Eddie Martin and Jeff Daniels about their respective new documentaries THE KIDS and TELEVISION EVENT, both screening at this year's Sydney Film Festival, and their nominations for the Documentary Australia Foundation Award for Australian Documentary. Flick and guest critic Cerise Howard also discuss music documentary…
 
Content Warning: This episode touches on some sensitive topics including sexual violence (segment discussing sexual assault at the 36:38 mark and ending at 59:30 if you’d prefer to skip this). If anything you hear is distressing please reach out to someone who can help keep you safe. Or remember you can call 1800respect on 1800 737 732. On this epi…
 
Guardian Australia Environment Reporter Graham Readfearn previews the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow and talks about Australia's global reputation and history at UN climate negotiations since Kyoto. He also discusses the Coalition government's internal negotiations over climate policy and their eventual commitment to net zero emissions by 2050. Is …
 
Historian and author Stuart Kells talks about his new book, 'Sold Down The River: How Robber Barons and Wall Street Traders Cornered Australia’s Water Market.' He and co-author Scott Hamilton look at how the Murray-Darling Basin Plan and the marketisation of water has gone horribly wrong. Stuart Kells is also adjunct professor at La Trobe Business …
 
Guardian Australia Environment Reporter Graham Readfearn previews the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow and talks about Australia's global reputation and history at the climate negotiations since Kyoto. He also discusses the Coalition government's internal negotiations over climate policy and net-zero by 2050. Historian Stuart Kells talks about his ne…
 
Paul Anthony Nelson is joined by guest film critics Emma Westwood and Sally Christie for a Halloween special revisiting three prequels: THE EXORCIST III dir. William Peter Blatty (1990), HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH dir. Tommy Lee Wallace (1982) and DAY OF THE DEAD dir. George A. Romero (1985). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalscreens…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja gets on the line with ecologist and historian Benjamin Gray to talk all about his new book Extinct: Artistic Impressions of our Lost Wildlife. Grey captures 39 unique Australian species that have been lost forever or are close to extinction. Then, Dylan speaks with singer and songwriter of Parquet Courts, Aus…
 
Greg Mullins, long-serving volunteer firefighter and former NSW Fire and Rescue Commissioner discusses his book, 'Firestorm: Battling Super-Charged Natural Disasters.' Greg describes the dire effects of human-caused climate change on bushfire seasons here in Australia and globally. He also speaks out strongly over the policy and federal leadership …
 
Greg Mullins, firefighter and former NSW Fire and Rescue Commissioner discusses his book, 'Firestorm: Battling Super-Charged Natural Disasters.' Greg describes the dire effects of human-caused climate change on bushfire seasons here in Australia and globally. He also speaks out strongly over the policy and federal leadership vacuum on these issues.…
 
Flick Ford and guest critics Lisa Kovacevic and Will Cox spotlight new Australian TV drama serials, interviewing NEW GOLD MOUNTAIN director Corrie Chen, and reviewing THE NEWSREADER (Emma Freeman, 2021), FIRES (Michael Rymer, Ana Kokkinos, Kim Mordaunt, 2021) and NEW GOLD MOUNTAIN (Corrie Chen, 2021). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalscreen…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Walkley Award winning journalist and author, Jeff Sparrow, to talk about the current state of accountability for corrupt politicians and why Australia doesn’t already have a federal corruption watchdog, as state investigators IBAC and ICAC scrutinise both major parties in NSW an…
 
Flick Ford, special guest critic Cerise Howard and Melbourne film creative Kelsey Pettifer spotlight the Environmental Film Festival of Australia – including a live chat with Screen Manager Natalie May – and the Czech and Slovak Film Festival of Australia. They also review ANNETTE dir. Leos Carax (2021) and ATHANOR: THE ALCHEMICAL FURNACE dir. Adam…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Dr Saul Griffith, founder of the Rewiring Australia & Rewiring America, to discuss the benefits of a net-zero emission economy. Dr Griffith breaks down the findings of the new report ‘Castles & Cars, savings in the suburbs through electrifying everything’ that details how Austra…
 
Presenter Flick Ford and guest film critic Lisa Kovacevic, interview emerging filmmakers, Suban Kamal, Oskar Weimar and Holly Bates. They also interview Artist Film Workshop co-founded, Richard Tuohy and Andrew O’Keefe, the Victorian College of the Arts Head of Film and Television about the VCA Film and Television Graduate Season presented by MIFF …
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with author, journalist and research, Dr Suelette Dreyfus to discuss the newly released feature by Yahoo!News outlining a CIA plot to capture or assassinate Julian Assange. Assange is still being detained in London waiting to see if he will be extradited to the US to face charges of …
 
Historian Dr Alexis Bergantz from RMIT talks about the diplomatic fallout from the AUKUS security and submarine announcement, and why Australia should have seen France’s hurt coming. NGV senior curators Dr Ted Gott and Dr Miranda Wallace discuss the pioneering artists and works featured in the NGV's latest major exhibition, French Impressionism fro…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Dylan gets on the line with associate professor of history at Monash University, Julie Kalman, to talk about the book she co-authored, ‘Smuggled; an illegal history of Journeys to Australia’. Then, lawyer, activist, and chair of Digital Rights Watch, Lizzie O’Shea, calls in to discuss the News Media Bargaining Code…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Dave Sweeney from the Australian Conservation Foundation to break down what Australia’s new nuclear submarine deal means for the future of the Australian energy sector, Australia's relationship with its Pacific neighbours and with other global powers. Then, journalist George Meg…
 
Gabrielle Chan returns to talk about her new book, Why You Should Give A F*ck About Farming. Luke Henriques-Gomes, Social affairs & inequality editor at the Guardian, talks about inequality in Australia, including the Senate Inquiry into the Disability Support Pension, calls to bring back the coronavirus supplement payment, and the government's pur…
 
Flick Ford and Cerise Howard are joined by filmmaker Grace Moore for a music documentary special. Includes reviews of THE MAGIC VOICE OF A REBEL dir. Olga Sommerová (2014), GURRUMUL dir. Paul Damien Williams (2018) and MATANGI/MAYA/MIA dir. Steve Loveridge (2018). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalscreenshow/ Instagram: https://www.instagram…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Walkley Award winning author and journalist, Jeff Sparrow, to break down the High Court’s ruling that found Australian media outlets are responsible for defamatory comments left on their social media platforms. Then, the worst is yet to come for Australian universities following…
 
Dr Richard Denniss scrutinises the Prime Minister's "safe plan" for opening up Australia in a COVID world, and debunks the neo-liberal political spin from Canberra and NSW. Does the Doherty Institute's modelling support the plan? What does the modelling even say (in plain English)? And what are its underlying assumptions? Will lockdowns really be a…
 
Dr Richard Denniss, chief economist at The Australia Institute talks federal politics and closely examines Morrison's "safe plan" for opening up, including Richard's recent report on the centrality of Australia's TTIQ (Test, Trace, Isolate, Quarantine) system to the plan, which underpins the Doherty's modelling. Writer Bri Lee returns to talk about…
 
Presenters Paul Anthony Nelson and Flick Ford are joined by guest critic Lisa Kovacevic to review highlights of this year's Irish Film Festival, including WOLFWALKERS dir. Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart (2020), BOYS FROM COUNTY HELL dir. Chris Baugh (2020) and DEATH OF A LADIES' MAN dir. Matt Bissonnette (2021). The Irish Film Festival streams online 3-1…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Executive Director of Grata Fund, Isabelle Reinecke, to discuss the Coalition Government unlawfully blocking FOI requests and its impact on democracy in Australia. Then, contributing editor of Inside Story, Peter Mares, discusses his piece ‘A Line in the water’, reflecting on th…
 
Renowned wildlife cinematographer Nick Hayward and behavioural ecologist Dr Anastasia Dalziell take us into the forest, describing the brilliant mimicry and fascinating behaviours of the lyrebird in Australia, and their involvement in The Message of the Lyrebird documentary, directed by Mark B. Pearce (Balagara Films).…
 
Rachel Withers, Contributing Editor to The Monthly, discusses the latest in federal politics. Wildlife cinematographer Nick Hayward and behavioural ecologist Dr Anastasia Dalziell take us into the forest, describing the brilliant mimicry of the lyrebird in Australia and their involvement in The Message of the Lyrebird documentary, directed by Mark …
 
Presenter Flick Ford and guest reviewers Daniel James and Will Cox look at three escapist delights: PADDINGTON 2 dir. Paul King (2017), SIDEWAYS dir. Alexander Payne (2004) and EDGE OF TOMORROW dir. Doug Liman (2014). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalscreenshow/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/primal_screen_show/ Twitter: https://twitt…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Shamsiya Hussainpoor, an Afghan from the Hazra community, to discuss those left behind at the mercy of the Taliban back in Kabul. Hussainpoor talks about her story that was published on the ABC, what she fears will happen next. Then, Executive Director at Refugee Legal, David Ma…
 
Historian and author Dr Emma Shortis joins Amy to speak in-depth about her brilliant debut book, Our Exceptional Friend: Australia’s Fatal Alliance with the United States. We begin the conversation considering the situation in Afghanistan where the Taliban has taken over and there is a mad scramble for countries like the U.S. and Australia to evacu…
 
Historian Dr Emma Shortis speaks in-depth about her brilliant debut book, Our Exceptional Friend: Australia’s Fatal Alliance with the United States. Guardian Australia’s environment reporter Graham Readfearn discusses the Australian government’s lobbying efforts to prevent the Great Barrier Reef from being listed as ‘in danger’ by the UNESCO World …
 
Part 2 of a Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) 2021 review special. Presenter Paul Anthony Nelson invites special guest reviewers Cerise Howard and Emma Westwood to share their highlights from this year's program, streaming Australia-wide, until 22 August. Films reviewed include: DEAR COMRADES! dir. Andrei Konchalovsky (2021), THE NOWHERE…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with PhD candidate at Melbourne Uni’s Law School, Elizabeth Hicks, and Greg Dore, infectious disease physician and epidemiologist at UNSW’s Kirby Institute, to discuss the epidemiological and policy challenges of bringing Australians returning from international travel. Then in the w…
 
Rod Campbell, Research Director at The Australia Institute talks about how Australia can gain a ‘Nordic Edge’ in its policy and politics. Rod co-edited a new book called, The Nordic Edge: Policy Possibilities for Australia. Author Harry Saddler discusses his new book, Questions Raised By Quolls: Fatherhood and Conservation in an Uncertain World – a…
 
Part 1 of a Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) 2021 review special. Presenter Paul Anthony Nelson invites special guest reviewers Cerise Howard and Emma Westwood to share their highlights from this year's program, streaming Australia-wide, until 22 August. Films reviewed include: SISTERS WITH TRANSISTORS dir. Lisa Rovner (2020), POLY STYR…
 
On this episode of The Grapevine, Kulja and Dylan get on the line with Cam Walker from Friends of the Earth to discuss his new report ‘An Icon at Risk: Current and Emerging threats to the Victorian High Country’, which explores the threat of climate change to Snow Gums, and other Australian flora. Walker discusses these threats in the context of th…
 
Amy speaks with Bill Bowtell about pandemic politics in Australia, the 'Zero COVID' strategy under threat in NSW, lockdowns, state and national vaccination targets, and all things public health. Bill Bowtell is an Adjunct Professor at the UNSW and a strategic public health adviser. He led Australia's response to the HIV/AIDS crisis.…
 
Author Linda Jaivin discusses her new book, The Shortest History of China. Linda explores with Amy the vast expanse of China's fascinating cultural, philosophical, and political history from ancient and imperial times to the modern day. Linda has been studying Chinese politics, language, and culture for more than 40 years. She has been a foreign co…
 
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