Summer Programming: Disorganising with Porobibi and Izzy Brown, Jazz Money’s How to Make a Basket, Identify and Disrupt with MALS

Thursday, 30 December 2021 - 7:00am
A graphic in shades of red advertising 3CR Thursday Breakfast's Summer Programming. Text in the centre is in red on a white background and reads 'Summer Programming 2021-22'. Text on the left is oriented vertically and reads 'Thursday Breakfast'. Text on the right is oriented vertically and reads '3CR855AM 7-8:30AM'.

Porobibi is a West Papuan based in Narrm, a human rights activist and campaigner for Make West Papua Safe. Izzy Brown is the lead singer and MC of Combat Wombat and founder of the United Struggle Project. They joined us to speak about political organising, performing in public spaces in and around Collingwood and the importance of creative autonomous zones. Read the full transcript here.//

This interview forms part of the 3CR Thursday Breakfast crew’s contribution to Liquid Architecture, West Space and Bus Projects’ disorganising.//


Jazz Money is a poet and artist of Wiradjuri heritage, currently based on sovereign Gadigal land. Her poetry has been published widely and reimagined as murals, installations, digital interventions and film. She joined us on 30 September 2021 to discuss her award winning debut poetry collection 'how to make a basket'.//


Melbourne Activist Legal Support held a discussion on Tuesday 28 September 2021 about the Surveillance Legislation Amendment (Identify and Disrupt) Act 2021, which gives broad powers to federal police and intelligence agencies to spy on, disrupt and modify communications. This clip features lawyer and human rights advocate Angus Murray discussing the legislation and notions of relevant offences and reasonable suspicion, with comments from host Jordan Brown from MALS. MALS has published an explainer on the Act, which you can read here.//




King Brown - Baarka//


Nothing I Can Do - Emma Donovan and the Putbacks//


Moonshine - Ngaiire//

Addy ft. Sevy - Teether & Kuya Neil//