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An anti-nuclear program with up-to-date news and information on nuclear, peace and energy issues.
It features interviews, news updates and on-the-spot action reports, with music breaks and insights from the presenters. The producers of the show are committed anti-nuclear activists with wide national and international experience. The Radioactive Show has been broadcast on Community Radio 3CR at the Saturday morning time slot for over 20 years.
This program is also broadcast to stations around Australia through the Community Radio Network, the satellite service of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia, on Thursday evening at 18:04.
Released on 09 March 2013
Running time: 30 minutes
Synopsis: To mark the second anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan we listen to a documentary written and narrated by Dave Sweeney and produced by Jessie Boylan, compiled of recordings and interviews that Dave collected on his visit to the region in August 2012. To give an insight into life in Fukushima today and to highlight the ongoing human and environmental impacts from this nuclear disaster, we hear from a range of local and international voices who are trying to offer support, and to pick up the pieces of the worst nuclear disaster since the 1986 Chernobyl meltdown.
Produced by: Jessie Boylan
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