Chill Out Festival, generative AI platforms, Forrest River massacre, Frame Dance Festival

Wednesday, 15 March 2023 - 7:00am to 8:30am

7:00 AM           Acknowledgement of Country


7:08 AM           Sally Goldner from Out of the Pan, spoke to amazing community contributor Dean Arcuri, a cabaret comedian, entertainer and emcee during the Chillout festival last week, about world pride, Victoria and giving a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community.


7: 28 AM          Nucelar Free Collective Action Meeting TONIGHT 15th MARCH at Friends of the Earth, 312 Smith St Collingwood. 6 to 8pm. 


7:30 AM           Tribute to Nobel Prize-winning Japanese author and nuclear-free activist Oe Kenzaburo who died at the age of 88. 


7:32 AM           We hear from Jathan Sadowski who is a senior research fellow in the Emerging Technologies Research Lab at Monash University. Last week, he joined Priya on Thursday Breakfast to discuss generative AI platforms, such as DALL-E and ChatGPT, and how their development could impact the modern tech industry. 


7:51 AM           Claudia speaks with Kate Auty, author of "O’Leary of the Underworld: The Untold Story of the Forrest River Massacre" published by Black Inc. Professor Kate Auty is a Vice Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Melbourne and Chair of Victoria’s Environment Protection Authority. She has formerly held appointments as a magistrate in Victoria and in the goldfields and western desert of Western Australia, establishing Aboriginal sentencing courts in consultation with Aboriginal people. 

8:13 AM           Claudia speaks with Emily Sexton, co-Artistic Director of Arts House, a contemporary performance space in the City of Melbourne. Throughout the month of March, Arts House presents FRAME, a new festival from dance communities in Melbourne and Victoria. 




Rivers of Tears by Kev Carmody

Destiny by Debbie Morrow 

Always Was by Flewnt