Indigenous

These portraits were painted by Thomas Bock between 1831 and 1835 and published in James Fenton’s History of Tasmania Hobart, 1884

This year marks the 174th anniversary of the execution of the two Freedom Fighters: Tunnerminnerwait & Maulboyheenner. They were executed on 20 January 1842 on the corner of Bowen & Franklin Streets Melbourne. 3CR will again be broadcasting the commemoration LIVE on Wednesday 20 January from 12 - 1pm on 855AM, digital and streaming. There will be special guest speakers hosted by Joe Toscano from Anarchist World This Week, plus a short open mic session.

Did you miss out on listening to the incredible story of the Black Panther Party in a keynote speech given by Billy X Jennings at the Marxism Conference? Aired during the usual City Limits program time slot, the speech will be available on demand for the coming week until Wed 13 Jan, 10am. Listen here to this amazing speech. Go to our Summer Specials page more information about the programming grid.

Girls Radio Offensive TAPE 2

Check out the Girls Radio Offensive new Compilation Tape 2. It features an awesome line up of our favourite punk bands from Australia and is put together as a fundraiser for the Mapuche-Aboriginal Struggles for Indigenous Land Project. All bands have been aired on our show, Mondays 11pm. All proceeds will go directly to this project.

Tune in to 3CR Breakfast from Monday 16 November to Saturday 28 November between 8-8:30am for regular reports, interviews and commentaries in the lead up to the People's Climate March (Friday 27 November, State Library, 5.30pm) and COP21 (the UN conference on climate change in Paris on 30 November).

Decolonizing Solidarity Book Now Available at 3CR

Clare Land’s book, Decolonizing Solidarity: Dilemmas and Directions for Supporters of Indigenous Struggles has finally landed at 3CR. The book features lots of 3CR people and provides much-needed guidance to newly involved supporters of Indigenous struggles. You can pick one up from the station during business hours or order one through our online shop. Recommended retail $55, our price just $45.

How To Make Trouble And Influence People 2016 Diary

Produced by the author of the How To Make Trouble and Influence People: Pranks, Protests, Graffiti & Political Mischief-Making From Across Australia book and regular contributor to 3CR's Seeds of Dissent calendars, this 2016 diary features 366 radical dates in Australian history as well as dozens of images and stories. Just $15 hereAll profits go to 3CR and Ecuador's Los Cedros Biological Reserve 

Beyond The Bars 2015 CD Launch

Each year during NAIDOC Week 3CR presents Beyond the Bars - prison radio shows featuring the stories, poems, songs and opinions of Aboriginal men and women in the Victorian prison system.  The 2015 Beyond the bars CD of broadcast highlights will be launched at Friends of the Earth Food Cooperative on Thursday October 29, 6.30-8.30pm.  

Corey Green's artwork on the 3CR sidewall

Artist and Earth Matters producer, Corey Green has made a recent addition to our sidewall mural. Corey has spent many an hour in deep discussion in our courtyard with 3CR's Aboriginal programmers and consulted Fire First's Robbie Thorpe on the concept and design.  

Celeste Liddle, Liquid Architecture Festival Artist

Our podcast of the month is Women on The Line's 'Sounds of Feminism' produced by Nicole Curby. The program explores: What would a feminist methodology sound like? That's the question that sound festival Liquid Architecture is posing.We hear profound performances from Celeste Liddle (pictured), Evelyn Ida Morris, and Makiko Yamamoto, plus a conversation with Liquid Architecture's artistic director, Danni Zuvela. Listen to the podcast.

3CR WOTL and Anarchist Bookfair WAR and RAC discussion panel.

3CR's Women on the Line and Melbourne Anarchist Bookfair recently facilitated a conversation between two staunch women about decolonisation and the free movement of people. Meriki Onus from Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance and Lucy Honan of the Refugee Action Collective discuss the parallels between their struggles that challenge the border, the nation state, and the violence used to uphold them. Listen to the Women on the Line program produced by Nicole Curby.