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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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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.

Sweet Dreams
Sunday 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Specialist music program with a focus on women and queer musicians making electronic, noise, experimental, pop and punk in Australia and NZ.
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.

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 

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.

Putting SexC into Transmission

Living with HIV can be a highly stigmatising. Add to that another highly infectious virus in Hep C - a virus that in some ways carries a greater stigma to it than HIV. To coincide with World Hepatitis Day (July 28), documentary producer Peter Davis, was commissioned by Living Positive Victoria and Hepatitis Victoria to create a feature about HIV and Hepatitis C Coinfection. Airing on Thursday night, August 6 at 12:30am-1:30am.

We Weren't Born Yesterday

Are you interested in diverse queer history? We Weren’t Born Yesterday is a series of four hour-long episodes focusing on the voices of GLBTIQ people from Vietnamese, Chinese, Arabic and Hindi speaking backgrounds. Did you miss them? Why not listen now. Produced by the Queering the Air Collective, the series explores queer heritage, vocabulary and intergenerational connections in migrant communities in Australia.

Breakfast at Friends of the Earth - live on air

The Sustainable Breakfast Series is on again following on from last year's delicious success with radical radio, a delicious free breakie and live local music. Join the live audience and hear discussions from 3CR breakfast presenters on local sustainability issues, from setting up cheap renewable energy and workers co-operatives to urban agriculture and building resilient communities in the Yarra area from Monday-Friday, March 23-27, 7am-8:30am.