Community languages

3CR Film Fundraiser

Bring your friends for a movie night out at 3CR’s screening of the new political comedy ‘Pride’ on Thursday 6 November. Set in the Margaret Thatcher’s England in the summer of 84, ‘Pride’ is the story of how a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists join forces with the National Union of Mineworkers to raise money to support the strikers' families. 

Najeem and Eltayeb 3CR Margin Voice

We’re thrilled to have Margin Voice join our program schedule each Wednesday 6.30-7pm. The show provides a platform for Sudanese current affairs, arts and culture, bridging the gap between generations in the Sudanese community in Australia and abroad. Najeem Musa and Eltayeb Ali provide a space to talk about politics and news from Darfur and beyond, as well as local information and interviews for and by the marginalised Sudanese diaspora in Australia. The program also features modern and traditional music in Arabic and other tribal languages. Listen back to their latest show now! Presented by the Darfur Community Association of Australia. Image: Najeem Musa and Eltayeb Ali.

Margin Voice presenters Najeem and Eltayeb.
Wednesday 6:30pm to 7:00pm
Sudanese arts, culture, and current affairs, as well as local news for the community in Australia, presented in Arabic.
Totes 3CR Bag

These great little Tote bags are perfect for lugging your activists tools about, or getting the shopping home from the market. Just $27.50 (including postage) - jump online and order yours today. The bags themselves come from Zemer Bags. All funds raised go toward purchasing school books for a school in Tirana Albania (where some of the children of workers who made the bags go) and Floq (a small village affected by earthquakes in recent years).

20 Years on the Inside with Vickie and Kutcha
Monday
A podcast series hosted by Vickie Roach and Kutcha Edwards reflecting on 20 years of the Beyond the Bars prison radio broadcasts.
Beyond the Bars 2021

3CR's iconic Beyond the Bars project has been on the air for 20 years this year, and we're looking forward to presenting our shows from six Victorian prisons during NAIDOC Week 5-9 July 2021. The broadcasts can be heard on 3CR 855AM, 3CR Digital, or streaming live. Check out previous years online now. Beyond the Bars receives financial support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation, the Koori Justice Unit and Corrections Victoria at the Department of Justice and Regulation, and the City of Yarra

27 June Gardening Radiothon

Get ready to turn on and tune in to the Gardening Show’s annual radiothon. It all takes place THIS  Sunday 27 June from 7.30-10am when you can help keep your favourite gardening show growing. Listen in and call the station on 03 9419 8377 for great deals on gardening products, nursery vouchers, magazine subscriptions, green-focused book titles and more. Or make a tax deductibles donation to support 3CR’s fantastic weekly gardening program. Dig deep for the 2021 Gardening Show radiothon.

3CR Radiothon June 2021

Donate now to keep Community Powered Radio alive and thriving! We know things are a little grim right now in Lockdown 4.0 - so cheer yourself up by making a donation to 3CR and warm your heart by knowing that you're part of making community media equitable, accessible and truly independent. Need some inspiration? Check out our CRAM Guide 2021. Thanks for the LOVE. X 3CR X 

 

Radiothon is coming ...

We’re getting ready to launch 3CR’s Radiothon … support ‘Community Powered Radio’ in June 2021! We’re so proud of our supporters and can’t wait to hear from you all as we raise critical funds to keep the station going for another year. Tax deductible and for the community, YOUR donation will power independent community media that drives dissent and creates change. Artwork by Sam Wallman

Kitchen Sticker Window 3CR

Every year 3CR joins communities around the world in celebrating the achievements of the labour movement, and to show solidarity with the continued struggle for labour rights and fair working conditions for everyone. Tune in from 7am on Saturday 1 May to hear unique workplace perspectives from Aboriginal communities protecting and rehabilitating country, Palestinian workers rights, the history of May Day, campaign updates, community events and much much more. Details here