First Nation music, Women on the Line: Social-mixing, Poetry: Rebecca Jessen, Arrest of Moroccan journalist Imad Stitou, Renters and Housing Union

Thursday, 8 October 2020 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Acknowledgement of country


News headlines with Cait Kelly


Carly treats Thursday Breakfast listeners to a mix of new tracks by local First Nations artists. 


We hear part of an interview with Dr Kate Shaw on the policy of 'social-mixing' on Carlton's public housing estate, from 3CR's Women on the Line. The episode was aired on Monday the 28th September and was presented by  Anya Saravanan and produced by Ayan Shirwa.


For this week's writing and poetry segment we hear three poems by Rebecca Jessen. Rebecca Jessen is a timeless boi. a linen daddy. a random shy poet. a sleeping body that remembers desire. a comet trail. a body that is a bridge. a moonstruck adolescent. an incomplete list poem. a lesbian, but… She has two books published with University of Queensland Press. Her poetry collection Ask Me About the Future is out now. You can follow Rebecca on Instagram and Twitter


Scheherazade discusses the arrest of Moroccan journalist Imad Stitou. Stitou is a key witness in the case of jailed award-winning journalist Omar Radi. Scheherazade goes on to update listeners on the various North African countries that have continued their crackdown on journalists and freedom of information.


Zachary, a delegate for the Renters and Housing Union or RAHU, joins Priya to discuss RAHU's origins, work and concerns regarding Victorian renters' rights during COVID-19. 



Miiesha - Twisting Words 

T Breezy - TL Freestyle 

Jk-47 - Guess Again 

The Kid LAROI - Let Her Go 

CLYPSO - Sidestep 

Sophiegrophy - Shake 

Baker Boy, Dallas Woods - Better Days (feat. Sampa the Great) 

Tkay Maidza - Shook 

Carmouflage Rose - Late Nights