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This weeks highlights

 


Radio Marinara

Sunday 9am-10am

7th Feb 16

Marinara is back on air this Sunday with Drs Surf and Beach wrapping up surf, science and good reads from the summer sea


Einstein A Go-Go

Sunday 11am-12pm

7th Feb 16

Doctor Shane and the crew are back for 2016! This week they speak with Dr James Watson, leader of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Climate Change Program, about the global approach (and failure) to protect migratory birds. They’ll also chat with PhD student Nicole Lake about her contribution towards locating the cause of Leigh Syndrome, a neurodegenerative disorder that the most common childhood form of mitochondrial disease.


The Grapevine

Monday 9am-12pm

8th Feb 16

This week, Kulya and Dylan speak with veteran actor Uncle Jack Charles about the historical background to La Mama’s staging of the verbatim-theatre piece Coranderrk – We Will Show The Country. Tune in too for Ramona and Beck’s regular chat about craftiness and creativity in their 'Craftiverse' segment, plus David Nichol’s regular chat about local urban planning issues.


Spoke

Tuesday 9am-12pm

9th Feb 16

Michelle Bennett's back for 2016! This week she speaks with Ben Eltham for his politics wrap, Phil Robertson about the 2016's Human Rights Watch World Report, and journalist Martin McKenzie-Murray about his new book Murder Without a Motive. Plus Sophie Black wraps up this week's media, and Daniel Webb from the Human Rights Law Centre unpicks the landmark High Court ruling on the detention of asylum seekers on Manus Island.


The Good, The Dub & The Global

Tuesday 2pm-4pm

9th Feb 16

Local outfit Mighty Duke & the Lords join Systa BB with ukes in hand


Round & Round

Tuesday 4pm-7pm

9th Feb 16

The mighty Vaughan Quinn keeps things spinning on this week's Round and Round.


Superfluity

Tuesday 8pm-10pm

9th Feb 16

This week Casey Bennetto & Clem Bastow will be joined by musician and broadcaster Ella Hooper for this week's super round of Superfluity.


Hullabaloo

Wednesday 9am-12pm

10th Feb 16

Sara Savage brings you a whole lot of Hullabaloo again this week, with more of news, view and interviews from culture, art and politics.


Multi-Storied

Wednesday 12pm-2pm

10th Feb 16

Elizabeth and Lou are back on deck! This week they speak with ex-pollie Lindsay Tanner about his foray into fiction with his debut novel Comfort Zone, plus Festival Director Jane Harrison about the inaugral Blak & Bright Indigenous Literary Festival. They'll no doubt bang on a bit about their Summer Reading(TM), and hand over to monthly segment presenter Jenelle O'Callaghan to bring you the Wisdom about colonial Melbourne's unquenchable thirst for scandal & sensation in popular fiction.


Max Headroom

Thursday 7pm-8pm

11th Feb 16

The Symphony Orchestra meets the Synthesiser! Matt Rocke explores what happens when you mix symphonic and electronic musicians together. Following performances from Flight Facilities, Derrick May and Jeff Mills at the Myer Music Bowl, Matt gets the low down with MSO conductor David Rossi, Flight Facilities Hugo Gruzman and Touch Sensitive’s Michael Di Francesco.



Outta Space

Friday 2pm-4pm

12th Feb 16

This week on Outta Space, Ollee chats to the rapper Vince Staples, visiiting our shores for Laneway, about working with Kanye's mentor NO ID, being born into a family of Crips and more.


Tabula Rasa

Midnight Friday-2am

13th Feb 16

On Tabula Rasa in February, Eva Hatten presents Circular Sounds - an exploration of connection. Expect sharp angles, smooth edges, sounds informed by place and time. Hang out in the fringes of weirdo pop and punk each Friday of this month


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