Last year we raised funds for a #TDOV Broadcast on GiveOut day which made the following broadcast possible!
Join us on Sunday 27 March from 12-7pm for Trans Day of Audibility.
12-1pm Out Of The Pan
Sally Goldner brings you a special episode of Out Of The Pan focusing on trans and intersectional inclusion in performing arts featuring long-time trans arts contributor Cerise Howard. Listen now.
1-1.30pm Heart like paper - the music of Saint Ergo
Dee (they/she) from Saint Ergo is a trans woman, composer, musician, sound engineer and single parent from the Dandenong Ranges. Their musical project Saint Ergo recently released an EP - Heart like paper, and is currently working on a full length album due for release later this year. Listen now.
1.30-3pm – Rotations
With presenter Tilde Joy. Listen now.
3-4pm Queering the Air
Mental Health and Trans People with Franklin Hooper, mental health advocate, community worker, and queer transman; the Colonial Project of Gender with Dr Sandy O'Sullivan, Wiradjuri trans/non-binary lecturer and researcher from Macquarie University; homelessness in the Trans Community with Terence Humphreys, Co-Executive Director of Twenty10. Presented by Jacob Gamble. Listen now.
4-5pm Parenting Beyond Gender
A story of two young people, Fox & Jamie, who are exploring gender identity with the support of their parents, while navigating growing up. Produced by Megan Williams with 7-year old Fox, 12-year old Jamie, their parents, and Drummond Street Queerspace LGBTIQA+ Child and Family Practitioner, Merrin Wake. Listen now.
5-6pm Sweet Dreams
Bren, Dan and Romy are bringing you a special episode of Sweet Dreams. Listen Now.
6-7pm The Three Generation of Trans Immigrants
These trans migrants imagined a better life in Australia - Did they find it? Join three trans womxn of colour, Sasja Sÿdek, Latoya Hoeg and Robin Chandla share their stories of their lived experience living as an immigrant in Australia. Listen now.