Explores various issues that confront the Arabic and multicultural speaking community, particularly young people, promoting achievements in the community, encouraging youth participation across a range of spectra.
African Australian Voice is a weekly radio show presented by a group of young people. It explores differing elements of Melbourne's African-Australian community from commenting on social issues to keeping listeners up to date with new and emerging talent in the arts scene.
Stories and issues from the Asia Pacific region with a labour and grassroots perspective. Regular interviews with activists from countries in the Asia Pacific region. Produced by Australia-Asia Worker Links.
Challenging the mainstream, negative stereotypes of people with a mental illness ths program actively engages those living with a mental illness as researchers, interviewers, performers and program designers while promoting community mental health awareness.
A feminist current affairs program focussing on local and international issues confronting women and girls. Featuring conversation and interviews with activists, academics and authors, the program brings women's voices to today's news.
Taking apart the corporate spin and exposing the corporate hi-jack of sustainable agriculture, Food Fight is serving a free weekly feast of slow food for thought for guerrilla gardeners and grassroots gastronomes.
Girt by SEA provides regular updates of political issues in the South East Asia region. It focuses on the ASEAN countries but attempts to cover important and relevant news in the Asian region including India.
An Aborignal show presenting an indigenous point of view on current affairs and the arts.
Special Broadcast for International Day of People with Disability. John Harding speaks to Fiona Clarke, an artist from Warrnambool who depicted her Indigenous culture through the visual arts, including tapestry, painting and public art installations.
With music, stories and poetry from the inside, Jailbreak gives a voice to prison inmates, their families and friends. It provides information on criminal, prison and health issues as well as connecting prisoners to the community through their music, poetry, views and health messages.
Music of military bands, brass bands and concert bands from worldwide sources, together with biographical comments regarding composers, conductors, bands and interesting historical events relating to much of the music.
Our name signifies the determination of our organizational and community leadership to provide quality information to the Liberian community in Melbourne as an inspiration for innovative and better ways of dealing with every day life challenges.
My Melbourne is a 3CR project for Disability Day 2012. Five people with disability who live, work and play in the City of Melbourne share their diverse experiences of the city and inner-city residents who love the urban life, artists and activists raising awareness of the lived experience of disability, and changing opportunities for workers, students and athletes.
On Screen shines a light on what's on the big and the small screen. Hear about what's happening locally - recent releases, retrospectives screenings, film festivals and screen related events. Listen to film makers talk about their work, and hear film reviews and recommendations for television viewing.
Australian and international authors talk about their books and how they got published or how they self-published. Listeners, writers and readers will also hear about what's going on in our local writing community.
Tenancy rights and issues from the perspective of low-income older persons. Presented by HAAG, Jeff Fiedler broadcasts on housing for 3CR's Raise the Roof program and works as a Tenancy Advice Worker for Housing for the Aged Action Group (HAAG).
Can you imagine what it would be like to have to flee terror in your own country, spend days or weeks in a leaky boat on dangerous, rolling seas ready to swallow you at any moment, and then arrive in a new country, where you are terrorised even more?
Your half hour of local film news, conversations with film makers and explorations into how they bring their ideas to life on screen. Showreel promises an exciting package of film information that will set your ears buzzing.
New metal, old metal, local bands, bands from all over the world, metal news, tour dates and a hell of a lot of screwing around with music you know, music you don't know and stuff you've grown to love.
The Squatters and Unwaged Workers support and promote those resisting social order and trying to create an alternative to it. Interviews with local and interstate unwaged and unemployed activists, squatters and plugs of local and interstate actions, protests, conferences, meetings and film screenings.
The program provides information, comment and analysis on issues that affect women. The Turkish Womens' Program presents currents affairs, Turkish community announcements, and Turkish music. Each week we give voice to women on issues and topics that concern them.
Community radio's national women's current affairs program. A gender analysis of contemporary issues, as well as in-depth analysis by a range of women around Australia and internationally. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network (CRN).
Special Broadcast for International Day of People with Disability. Aoife Cooke examines the sexual rights of women with disabilities and focuses on the recent publication of the First Report of the Senate Inquiry into the Involuntary or Coerced Sterilisation of People with a Disability.
Yarra Bicycle Users Group promotes urban cycling. Providing support to campaigns to improve cycling conditions and awareness; demystifies cycling technology and helps to reveal the diversity of cyclists, from children to commuters to lobbyists.