Industrial issues

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. 

The Australian Unemployed Workers Union logo, text in a yellow circle.
Monday 6:00pm to 6:30pm
May
By the unemployed for the unemployed. Australian Unemployed Workers Union members will cover the latest inequities of the "welfare" system and how we are organising to fight back!
Sound on for Solidarity - Aretha Brown

The month of June marks RADIOTHON at the station and this year’s theme is ‘Sound on for Solidarity’. 'Solidarity' has been at the heart of 3CR's work for nearly five decades across a range of issues and themes. Start saving your pennies people and we look forward to your financial solidarity during June. Any amount makes a big difference, and all donations over $2 are tax deductible. Want to get in early? Donate online now. Artwork by Aretha Brown.  

May Day broadcast

On Wednesday May 1, we bring you discussions on workers' rights, industrial actions, the labour movement, and fair working conditions for everyone. Hear about indigenous rights, social justice, international solidarity, work safety, community building, un/under-employment, campaign updates, workers' songs, and more. It’s going to be a huge day! Kicking off at 12.30am right through to 7.30pm. Details here.

Podcast Training in Studio 3

3CR regularly runs podcast training for external organisations, and in 2024 we’ll be running two courses that are open to the wider community. The first 2-day course will be in April, in person, at the studios at 21 Smith Street, Fitzroy. Pricing, dates and more information here. So tell your friends and colleagues and grab a spot today!

International Women's Day on 3CR 2024

Tune in online, on the AM band, on Digital or via the Community Radio Plus app this International Women's Day. Friday 8 March we'll celebrate with 24 hours of content produced by, for and about women and gender non-confirming folk. Music, current affairs, rally coverage and so much more - full details here

Subscriber Drive 2024

This month, we really need your support during our Subscriber Drive. Your subscription is a simple and easy way to show your solidarity for real community-controlled media – grassroots and independent. Whether it’s gardening, eclectic music, community languages, First Nations voices or cutting-edge current affairs – we've got a show for you. Community support enables us to broadcast critical conversations from diverse perspectives as well as showcase local culture, arts and music. Subscribe today and be part of community-owned and community-controlled media that doesn’t shy away from truth-telling. Your subscription matters.

Invasion Day 2024

Tune in from 8.30am to 4pm on Friday 26 January for our annual Invasion Day broadcast. We'll be LIVE from the Invasion Day rally between 10am and midday starting at the steps of Victorian Parliament in Naarm / Melbourne. Throughout the day we will bring you voices of the elders, truth-telling, critical yarns with grassroots activists, deadly Blak music and honouring warriors past and present in the struggle for sovereignty, land back, an end to the genocide, and a treaty. More details and audio here

Station office closure

We are taking a much needed break from the office ... BUT stay tuned to our great summer broadcasts wherever you are!

OFFICE CLOSED: 25 December - 2 January

OPEN: 10-4pm Tuesday - Friday until the end of January

Forest protests at Goolengook, East Gippsland - Tony Hastings
Thursday
November
A series that looks back on the wins, losses and lessons of a thirty year campaign to protect the forests of East Gippsland in Victoria.