Podcasts

Anarchist World host Joe Toscano

Anarchist World

22nd April 2015
Special ANZAC edition

Asia Pacific Currents

25th April 2015
Regional updates and interview with Arul, general secretary of Socialist Party of Malaysia, on arrests, repression and the GST in Malaysia
Beyond Zero - Tech

Beyond Zero - Science and Solutions

24th April 2015
BZE talks to Nigel Morris

Brainwaves

8th April 2015
Michelle Graeber (CEO)speaks about ARCVIC services

City Limits

22nd April 2015
On this show we discuss ANZAC day and class warfare. We also speak to Richard Dennis from the Australia Institute about mining subsidies.

Dirt Radio

13th April 2015
Taking aim at FoE: government attacks ENGOs

DOGS

21st March 2015
The DOGS fight for separation of church and state, to bring an end to state aid of church and independant schools and to provide equality of educational opportunity for ALL Australian children
The Earth Matters Team

Earth Matters

26th April 2015
the saviour of coal-fired power or a hopeless last effort to extend the life of a dying industry?
Presenters Gwen Elliot, Pam Vardy, AB, and Millie Ross

Gardening Show

26th April 2015
Gardening news, views and information.
Housing for the Aged Action Group

HAAG

22nd April 2015
This month we focus on HAAG's new film Feels Like Home and hear from HAAG members Bruno and Joan about the experiences that left them at risk of homelessness, as well as director Toni Bentley. Plus, Bad Landlord of the Month and some campaign news.
Keep Left

Keep Left

24th April 2015
Boer War, Anzac Day Plotters and the rewriting of Gallipoli history

Left After Breakfast

10th April 2015
Native Title meets 457 on Left After Breakfast
Artists impression of Pluto

Lost In Science

23rd April 2015
What are the barriers for women in having a long career in science? One study finds that discrimination doesn't occur at the hiring stage. Why was the World War l known as the chemists war? Stu talks about the use of poison gas during the war and we chat to Dr Alice Gorman about space archeology and the democratic process of crowdsourcing names for our solar system.
Mafalda

Mafalda

17th April 2015
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Out of the Pan

Out of the Pan

26th April 2015
Yana Alana

Published or Not

Interview: Expen$$$ive: Get in lovers. We're Doing Witchcraft

Queering the Air

26th April 2015
Interview with Kerith Manderson-Galvin, Queer femme showgirl and Tobias Manderson-Galvin, creative director MKA. Additionally a short discussion on ANZAC Day and International and local queer current events.
Radical Philosophy

Radical Philosophy

23rd April 2015
Sexual Difference, Dr Rebecca Hill

Radioactive Show

18th April 2015
Business and government seeking short-term profit are distancing themselves further from their responsibility to safeguard radioactive materials from endangering life on earth. Lauren Mellor (Environment Centre of the Northern Territory) brings us an update on the Ranger uranium mine and Kumar Sundaram (Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace in India) talks about developments in the negotiations for a nuclear deal between Australia and India.
Raising Our Voices presenters

Raising Our Voices

8th April 2015
How disability access could be improved in Australia
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Renegade Economists

22nd April 2015
Analysis of the property lobby in the recent NSW election
Showreel

Showreel

23rd April 2015
A chat with Best Emerging Best Talent Tilda Cobham-Hervey about One Eyed Girl and other projects; Paul Harris talks about the new moves at this years St Kilda Film Festival.
3CR

Solidarity Breakfast

25th April 2015
IWW home front, death in the work place & Frontier War March
Kevin Pearson, spoken word Melbourne, Black Pepper Press, 3CR Spoken Word, Melbourne poetry, Australian poetry,

Spoken Word

23rd April 2015
Kevin Pearson on Spoken Word 3CR

Stick Together

22nd April 2015
Today we mark the centenary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli with a discussion about the Australian labour movement's response to the First World War, and how the war changed Australia's political landcape.
The Boldness hosts, crew and producers

Boldness

15th April 2015
Julie Phillips, Disability Discrimination Legal Service
3CR Station

SUWA

10th April 2015
Reclaim Australia Rally. Undercurrent Panel at Trades Hall.
Tuesday Hometime

Tuesday Hometime

21st April 2015
Activism, Friends of the Earth, Syd Uni forum on BDS Activist
IWD Festival 2012

Women on the Line

27th April 2015
We speak to Sydney-based music journalist Izzy Combs about the campaign #FreeToMove, which calls out sexual harassment and assault in bars, festivals and clubs.

YarraBUG

27th April 2015
Chris catchs up with Loretta Curtin from GoodCycles + local Melbourne bike news