Current Affairs Workers
With Squirrel, Emma and Regan
7:15am Ella Filar, cabaret artist and performing in Metawhore, discusses her latest work, opening tonight at La Mama. Running only this week, tickets available here.
7:30am Dr. Samuel Alexander speaks about his recent article The Paradox of Oil: The Cheaper It Is, The More It Costs. He is a lecturer in the Office for Environmental Programs at the University of Melbourne, author of Entropia: Life Beyond Industrial Civilisation and founder of the Simplicity Institute, a group which explores voluntary simplicity, energy descent and post-growth economics.
7:45am (Replay) Roving reporter Cade Lucas interviews Bali Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran. The interview took place last week, was originally aired on Friday breakfast, and was re-played given their latest move to execution island.
8:00am Tammy Anderson, actor/writer, MC of the Water to Water Festival spoke about our collective responsibility for indigenous children and families. Anderson has been actively involved with Ilbijerri with the aim of developing Indigenous theatre, has worked as an arts worker at the Footscray Arts Centre and other groups. Catch the Water to Water festival on the Mornington Peninsula on 21 March 2014.
8:15am Ben Pennings from Beyond Green talks about the new campaign to copy George Brandis on every email. Join this creative movement NOW.
Alternative news, current affairs and media analysis 7:00 - 8:30 am
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