In Ya Face

Friday 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Explores LGBTIQA+ issues with interviews, music and commentary.

James McKenzie


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30 July


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James McKenzie In Ya Face, 3CR presenter

About In Ya Face

In Ya Face is one of the longest running queer radio shows in Australia and has been on-air since 1992.

The program explores LGBTIQA+ and current socio-political issues with interviews, music, and commentary. We speak with people engaged in stimulating and provocative projects in queer, feminist, and activist communities - whether it be political or social activism, advocacy, the arts, and personal narratives.

We give queer perspectives on local and international current affairs, social issues, and politics, with an intersectional approach. We play eclectic tracks and love the quirk factor.


This show is created and produced on the stolen lands of the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay respect to Elders, past, present, and emerging, and acknowledge the continued resilience of First Nation peoples in the face of ongoing colonisation and settlement. We acknowledge sovereignty was never ceded, and a treaty was never signed. 



Friday, 30 July 2021

Interviews with Josephine Inkpin, Roz Bellamy & Liam Elphick.

Reverend Josephine Inkpin from Sydney's Pitt Street Uniting Church talks about One Nation's bills in NSW, the Australian Government's Religious Discrimination Bill, and her journey as a trans woman and how it insects with theology.

Author Roz Bellamy chats about their upcoming memoir Mood and how it insects with queerness, mental illness and being Jewish. Roz reflects on their time developing Mood online with Tin House in Portland, Oregon and their insights about Portand's activism and mutual aid.

Monash University Associate Law Lecturer and Victorian Pride Lobby board member Liam Elphick discusses the Lobby's campaigns, anti-discrimination law in Victoria and the federal Religious Discrimination Bill. He also reflects on Tom Daley's Olympic gold medal and its personal impacts.

3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands of the Kulin Nation.  Sovereignty was never ceded.



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