22 July 2020
Acknowledgement & Hellos
As mentioned in the opening discussion, the Tomorrow movement, a group of young people fighting for a society with good jobs, great public services and a safe climate for all, will be hosting a welcome tonight at 5:30. You can register here.
[0:10:00] Alternative News
[0:22:00] City limits highlight - we jump in to a conversation from city limits last week where hosts Kevin and Meg are joined by memebers of the community group Friends of Public Housing to discuss incredible work of the community of public housing tenants and the ongoing political issues that they are facing. Meg and Kevin talk to Howard and Dr Sam Lieblich, a Psychiatrist working with public housing tenants about life under lockdown and the past few weeks.
[0:39:00] Tram Thoughts - A conversation around poetry and what makes it such a unique prose/ media form. Special thanks to the Penny Mint for the their collective poem 'These Times are Strange' which you can find the video for here.
[1:02:00] Discussion around a fundraiser to raise awareness of current mining proposals for the Santos Narrabri Gas Project in the Pilliga and Shenhua Watermark Mine Project in the Liverpool Plains will cause irreversible damage to Country if they are approved. Fundraiser can be found here
[1:08:00] Interview with Sue from the Friends of Kinglake Forest who were recently successful in achieving an interlocutory injunction which restricts VicForests' operations over the entire Central Highlands forest area. On the show Sue gives us the lastest updates and what this could mean for cases seeking to protect our beautiful forests.
A Message to You Rudy - The Specials
Europe Is Lost - Kate Tempest
Hymn - IDLES