Industrial issues

Get ready for some amazing prizes in this year's 3CR fundraising raffle! Tickets are only $2 each or 3 for $5 and you can buy them at the station or better still email us and we'll post out a book to sell.  We have some great prizes this year including a bike voucher from our most generous donors Reid Cycles

Joe Hill Tribute Benefit for 3CR

Thanks to some friends of 3CR and the Lomond Hotel for organising this fundraiser and giving us a chance to hear some uplifting music in the spirit of Joe Hill, IWW organiser and influential songwriter. A man who inspired Woody Guthrie, Paul Robeson, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, Bruce Springsteen and countless others. $10 waged/ $5 concession.

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).

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 

Left After Breakfast Team

You're invited to a special get-to-know-you day and fundraiser for Left After Breakfast on Sunday 1 November at the Port Phillip EcoCentre where you will rub shoulders with Legendary Luminaries and swap stories with other Legendary Listeners. Come lunch with us, and be part of our annual broadcast of Left After Breakfast. Good food, good company, good environment and a good cause.

Marxist Cowboy Comedy Film Event for 3CR

Marxist Cowboys - A Commie Film event for 3CR

The curious tale of the Labor College's Labor Review, a Communist magazine which owed its 50 issue history to the generosity of Big Business. Not possible you say, but then you haven’t spoken to Karl Marx or a certain con-man. Premiere: Monday 5 October 2015 at 7pm. 3CR (meeting room, upstairs) 21 Smiths Street Fitzroy 3065

Minister for Employment, Michaelia Cash

Listen to Stick Together this week as Annie McLoughlin asks President of the ACTU Ged Kearney about what difference Malcolm and his new Ministers will make to the lives and conditions of Australian workers?

Sunday 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Harm reduction and drug law reform activism, a counter voice to current drug narratives. Breathing reality into the myths, fabrications and distortions that exist around drugs. News, academia, and culture.
Friday 7:00am to 8:30am
A weekly source of alternative information which aims to inspire action and organisation to put people and the environment first.Covering international political issues and struggles against the exploitation of the people and exposing the bias in mainstream media that preferences the power brokers and denies access to information.
Rally for workers rights

Tune in from 7am til 12 noon for news and views from local and international workers, as well as all the details on events happening this May Day.  Live crosses from the rally and march in the afternoon from 4pm til 6.30pm to Stop Western Australia closures, and support the call for decolonization and sovereignty for First Nation people.