24+ hours of programming for IWWD on Sunday 8 March 2020
Sat 11pm Hillbilly Fever: all Australian women country music artists with Lorraine.
2am Jo Jo Smith, Feminism for the 99%, Highlights from the Melbourne IWD 2020 Rally (March 5th 2020), Decolonising Australia,
6:30am Radioactive Show: Queers against the Nuclear Industry.
7am Women on The Line: Parenting and Disability.
7:30am The Gardening Show: Women in Horticulture, Fran Bodkin - Encyclopedia Botanica, Cultivating Community, Autumn Events and tips and tricks for pickling. Got a gardening question? Call Talkback on 9419 0155|| SMS: 0488 809 855 ||
9am Alternative News: Peace, disarmament and nuclear issues.
9:30am Concrete Gang: CFMEU Womens officers on Women and Politics, Licensing for trades, employment opportunities, We are Union Women (WRAW FEST) and other IWD Events.
10am Refugee Radio: Spoken word performances. Featuring writer and spoken word artist Hani Abdile, a refugee from the civil war in Somalia, reading her poems about freedom, detention and culture. Sharifa Tartoussi reclaiming female and Arabic identity with poems of family, resettlement and identity.
10:30am Latin American Update: women's lives in Latin America.
11:00am Earth Matters: BIPOC women’s resistance for climate action in the global south.
11:30am Out Of The Blue: celebrating women in marine conservation.
12pm: Trans Rights and Solidarity with Tilde Joy. Providing gender neutral bathroooms with the Stalls for All campaign. Looking at just employment for transfolk. Trans Pride - March 29th
1pm Freedom of Species: Feminism and Animal Rights.
2pm Sovereignty and Solidarity. Challenging liberal and corporate feminisms, colonialism, abelism and racism.
Builiding Solidarity With Viv Malo, Latin X crew, Marisol Salinas, Aziza Hussen, Jiselle Hanna, Pauline Vetuna and Hamile Ibrahim.
6pm Stinky Presents - Clodagh and the Monologue. Dealing with anxiety and performance.
6:30pm The Vovos LIVE to AIR.
7pm Shindig: Celebrating women and gender diverse artists from the 60s
8pm Nostalgia Unlimited with Iona and Helen.
9:30pm Salaam Habibti: Arabic communities, collectives, artists and music producers.
10:30pm The Heavy Session. Celebrating women in metal and heavy music with Christine, playing artists from Australia and around the world that inspire, break stereotypes, and push boundaries
12:00pm Regular programming resumes with Rock Box: The usual riffs, licks and bands smashing skins with sticks and Fif in a pure rock magazine styled program, showcasing 70% Oz music including segments and interviews.
Tune in 855am 3CRDigital or online