Tune in online, on the AM band, on Digital or via the Community Radio Plus app this International Women's Day. Friday 8 March we'll celebrate with 24 hours of content produced by, for and about women and gender non-confirming folk. Music, current affairs, rally coverage and so much more - full details here.
This month, we really need your support during our Subscriber Drive. Your subscription is a simple and easy way to show your solidarity for real community-controlled media – grassroots and independent. Whether it’s gardening, eclectic music, community languages, First Nations voices or cutting-edge current affairs – we've got a show for you. Community support enables us to broadcast critical conversations from diverse perspectives as well as showcase local culture, arts and music. Subscribe today and be part of community-owned and community-controlled media that doesn’t shy away from truth-telling. Your subscription matters.
Tune in from 8.30am to 4pm on Friday 26 January for our annual Invasion Day broadcast. We'll be LIVE from the Invasion Day rally between 10am and midday starting at the steps of Victorian Parliament in Naarm / Melbourne. Throughout the day we will bring you voices of the elders, truth-telling, critical yarns with grassroots activists, deadly Blak music and honouring warriors past and present in the struggle for sovereignty, land back, an end to the genocide, and a treaty. More details and audio here.
Come along this Saturday 20 January from midday for the Tunnerminnerwait & Maulboyheenner Commemoration 2024 at the Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheenner monument - corner of Victoria St and Franklin St, Melbourne. The first hour of the Commemoration will be broadcast live and the microphone will be opened to the people attending the commemoration to air their views after the guest speakers have spoken. After the commemoration, walk in silence from the execution site to their last resting place at the eastern end of the northern wall that divides Melbourne's Queen Victoria Markets, to acknowledge their just struggle (please bring flowers).
This Sunday 14 January, from 2-7pm tune in to 3CR for 'Radio for Palestine' a special broadcast brought to you by Salaam Radio Show.
'Radio for Palestine' will feature live music and discussions about how to keep Palestinian voices heard and how as a community of artists here in Naarm, we can build resistance and show our solidarity.
An amazing array of Palestinian, Arabic and Indigenous artists and community organisers will be featured on the program including:
Aseel Tayah & Tarabeat (live)
YARA & Kee'ahn (live)
DJ Matab (dj set)
Loor Awwad (speaker)
Sofia Sabbagh (speaker)
As part of this program Salaam Radio Show will be running a fundraiser for Palestinian art collective Bukjeh, and for 3CR Community Radio to continue to speak up for social justice, equality and freedom through running art and music programs. Here's the link for the fundraiser and the proceeds will be split equally between Bukjeh and 3CR to run further Live to Air Music programs for P@lest!ne.
Tamil Christmas Appeal 9am-4pm Monday 25 December. Tamil Voice is holding their annual Radiothon on Christmas Day, to raise funds for disadvantaged Victorian Tamil students in need for Higher Education. Students who are in pending visa approval such as humanitarian or refugee visas do not have any support for education even if they had high VCE results for further studies. Victorian Tamil Association with the 3CR support are running this special Christmas radiothon.
We are taking a much needed break from the office ... BUT stay tuned to our great summer broadcasts wherever you are!
OFFICE CLOSED: 25 December - 2 January
OPEN: 10-4pm Tuesday - Friday until the end of January
LISTEN BACK to HEALTH SOVEREIGNTY, 3CR’s International Day of People with Disability broadcast. On 3rd December, 7am to 7pm, we’re talking about what Health, Wellbeing and Body Sovereignty mean, for multiply-marginalised disabled people, their kin and communities, living on unceded Indigenous lands.
With programming by disabled broadcasters from the 3CR and broader community.
For detailed information on the theme ‘HEALTH SOVEREIGNTY’ and program details, head here.
This year’s artwork is once again by First Nations artist, Renay Barker-Mulholland.
ID: A digital collage, with Renay, a First Nations woman, laying back on her power wheelchair as the central figure inside a bottle, inside a monolithic rock. On top there is an old, yellowed lightbulb and eyes dotted around the figure. There is a hand on each side of the image, and going vertically down, in black text on tiles the word, Sick and above it a black graphic crown. On the right hand side the same style and the word sovereign, with a black snake above the hand. A bright yellow light hovers just above Renay's solar plexus.
You are invited to the Beyond the Bars CD Launch on Thursday 16 November 6-8.30pm at Dardi Munwurro - Aunty Alma Thorpe’s Gathering Place 546-550 High Street, Preston. MC Shiralee Hood, talks by Kutcha Edwards and Chris Austin, music by the Robbie Thorpe Band and Amos Roach. Snacks and non-alcoholic drinks + free CDs. All welcome. Free event.
3CR has a long history of supporting the Palestinian struggle and over the decades we have given airtime to the Palestinian community to have a voice across the airwaves. Every Saturday morning at 9.30am you can listen to Palestine Remembered live or online and get informed and keep up to date with the current situation. You can also catch up with podcasts via your favourite podcast platform, or audio on demand.