Wednesday breakfast Rundown 6th of December.
Presenters, Judith Peppard and Patty Beggs
GMO's to get a back door in if we speak out. Louise Sales from Friends of the Earth talking about the consultation on the government's proposed amendments to the Gene Technology Regulations to determine whether organisms developed using a range of new technologies are subject to regulation as genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Super field Audio; Philip Samartzis, Madelynne Cornish and Benoit Bories in studio to talk about the up coming exhibition, where you can Experience some of the world’s remote locations through sound and vision.
Steps to Stop the Abuse: Antoinette Braybrook, co-chair of Change the Record Alliance, speaks about the Free to be Kids report and their 8 point action plan to end abuse and over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in prison.
Dr Jones's monthy cultural diagnosis: Tim Jones spoke with us about the longer term impact of marriage equality on the place of religion in Australian politics. The marriage debate and the commission into religious freedom have provided one of the most explicit discussions of the conditions of secularity in Australia, and have the potential to lead to lasting adjustments to the status quo.
Blindside: Nathan Beard an emerging Perth based artists joins us in the studio to talk about Always There And All A Part. An exhibition that presents works that interrogate the complexities of navigating race in the arts.