Protests

Book Launch - Radical Radio: Celebrating 40 Years of 3CR

Join us for the launch of 3CR's 40th anniversary book at Trades Hall, Bella Union Bar on Friday 6 May at 6pm. The evening includes speakers, revolutionary drinks, nibbles and the opportunity to get your copy of Radical Radio: Celebrating 40 Years of 3CR.
RSVP now and let us know you're coming. Get your copy now!

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Banksy Street Art

Celebrate May Day 2016 with 3CR on Sunday 1 May. Tune in from 7am to midnight for programs about workplace safety and employment opportunities in the horticultural industry to worker-controlled projects, anti-boss songs and much, much more. Each year on 1 May communities from around the world join in to celebrate the achievements of the labour movement and to show solidarity with the continued struggle for labour rights everywhere. Happy May Day from 3CR!

3CR mural by Charlotte Clemens

Exhibition dates: 18 March–23 April
Exhibition opening: Friday 18 March 6–8pm
Public program and broadcasts: Fridays 5-7pm read program details

'If People Powered Radio: 40 Years of 3CR' is a collaboration between Fitzroy's oldest community radio station and one of Fitzroy's oldest galleries and studio complex, Gertrude Contemporary.

International Women's Day 2016

Are we there yet? Unfortunately the fight for women's rights still needs some work, and it's important that you're part of the struggle. Tune in on Tuesday 8 March for feminist analysis on local and global issues, plus all the latest on activities around town.

3CR's Viv Malo, Robbie Thorpe and Uncle Larry Walsh

Congratulations to 3CR broadcasters Robbie Thorpe (Fire First and Black 'n Deadly),Viv Malo (The Black Block) and Gilla MGuinness (Precious Memories) for awesome live coverage of the Invasion Day Rally. Thanks to Nicky for anchoring the broadcast at the station and producing the podcast and to the 3CR production team who made the broadcast happen - Michael, Riah, Annie, Ronny, Steph and Molly. Listen here to this deadly day of protest.

Stolen Wealth Games 2008, photo by Denis Evans

Tune in to 3CR's annual Invasion Day broadcast on 26 January and hear the truth about Australia's colonial past and present and the current campaigns to right these wrongs.  Join 3CR's indigenous broadcasters Gilla McGuinness (Precious Memories), Robbie Thorpe (Fire First), Viv Malo (The Black Block) and Johnny Mac (Koori Survival Show) for commentary, interviews, music, and updates from rallies and actions across the country on Tuesday 26 January from

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.

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