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This weeks highlights



Monday to Friday 6am-9am

24th Aug 16

Radiothon guests include Nicole Tadpole, Bushy, Ben Birchall, Tony Wilson, Wil Anderson, Dr. Jen, Celia Pacquola, Luke McGregor and James Young.

Parallel Lines

Wednesday 9am, Wednesday 10am, Wednesday 11am

24th Aug 16

This week's Radiothon edition features music journo and erstwhile Test Pattern-er Lachlan Kanoniuk; architect Stuart Harrison (formerly of 3RRR's The Architects), and Melbourne-based musicians Summer Flake and Sarah Mary Chadwick.


Wednesday 12pm-2pm

24th Aug 16

Elizabeth and Lou reiterate all the reasons you'd be CRAZY not to (re)subscribe this Radiothon, with the helping hand of writer/funny man and perennial 3RRR voice Leaping Larry L; Multi-Storied's Oz literature enthusiast & 3RRR Volunteer Coordinator Jenelle O'Callaghan; and audio-storyteller, community radio producer & dedicated Megahertz Beth A-Q.


Monday to Friday 6am-9am

25th Aug 16

Radiothon guests include Clem Bastow, Casey Bennetto, Tom Hickey, Simone Ubaldi, Eddie Perfect, Birdman and Adalita.




Thursday 9am-12pm

25th Aug 16

Richard fervently requests your subscriptions with assistance from choreographer and creative director of Kage Gerard van Dyck, comic book communicator Bernard Caleo, Triple R all-star Cerise Howard (of Plato’s Cave) plus SmartArts regulars Fleur Kilpatrick, Ace Wagstaff and Tai Snaith.

Respect The Rock

Thursday 2pm-4pm

25th Aug 16

Nicole is joined by Tom Watson from Sheriff, and together they explain how your awesome subscriptions benefit every corner of rock.  

Breaking And Entering

Thursday 4pm-7pm

25th Aug 16

Simon & Lauren bring you the greatest latest sounds to subscribe too. They'll be joined by local musicians Emily York and Laura Jean. Plus 3RRR staffer and erstwhile radio recipe-merchant Suzie Morris-Ashton will drop in for chat, in between serving hard-earned, home-cooked sustenance to this year's Radiothon volunteers.

Max Headroom

Thursday 7pm-8pm

25th Aug 16

Join Chris Hatzis for a special 40 year Radiothon extravaganza!
Featuring audio highlights of Triple R's 40 years on airincluding live-to-air performances,special broadcaster moments,interesting stories and anecdotes,weird and wonderful archival gems,and I might even drag in a special guest or two.


Monday to Friday 6am-9am

26th Aug 16

Radiothon guests include Josh Earl, Damien Lawlor, Damian Cowell and Henry Wagons.



Far And Wide

26th Aug 16

Steve is joined by Triple R stalwarts Alicia Sometimes and Simon & Lauren from Breaking and Entering to politely pester you for pledges. Get involved!

Neon Sunset

Friday 7pm-10pm

26th Aug 16

As the sun sets on Radiothon 2016, Neon Sunset pumps up the subscription soundtrack! Tune in for a party that includes Psychedelic Coven's Jenny & Kate, guitar pop trio Chook Race, and 3RRR broadcasters Denise Hylands (Twang) and Sara Savage (Parallel Lines).

Tabula Rasa

Midnight Friday-2am

27th Aug 16

This month’s presenter Dominique gives us Random.  A mash-up of styles and moods, Random celebrates the unexpected coupling of songs and challenges the accepted constraints of a general music show.  All August long.

Off The Record

Saturday 9am-12pm

27th Aug 16

Radiothon edition #2 musical guests include Oh Pep!, Joe Camilleri, Chris Wilson plus Shane O'Mara and friends! Plus special guest Santo Cilauro.


Saturday 2pm-4pm

27th Aug 16

Denise solicits your subscriptions with musician, broadcaster and purveyor of outlaw country rock Henry Wagons.

Tomorrow Never Knows

Saturday 8pm, Saturday 9pm

27th Aug 16

Emerald earnestly exhorts you to subscribe, with the assistance of audio visual music duo Friendships.

Radio Marinara

Sunday 9am-10am

28th Aug 16

This week the Marinaras are joined by coastal geomorphologist Rob Gell to snap up those subscriptions.

Sunday Lunch

Sunday 1pm

28th Aug 16

Triple R is excited to announce that the Dirty Deeds crew will return to the airwaves for a month of Sundays! Join Digga, Olive, Laurel and guests as they reunite each Sunday in August, from 1-2pm, talking all things horticulture.

Dirty Deeds - back during August, every Sunday from 1-2pm on Triple R.

New Pollution

Monday 12am-2am

29th Aug 16

Cosmic expansionists/ new local psych band EOS and Wombat State Records newbies TEAM LOVE join Kate for the final massive radiothon 2016 version of New Pollution. 

The Grapevine

Monday 9am-12pm

29th Aug 16

This week the one and only Briggs, MC and actor, srops by to talk about his role in the groundbreaking ABC TV series Cleverman, the politically-charged, post-apocalyptic 6-episode drama with roots in Aboriginal mythology. 


Monday 4pm-7pm

29th Aug 16

Courtney Barnett swings by for a chat. 

Local and/or General

Monday 8pm-10pm

29th Aug 16

TEEF Records' Tommy Faith drops by to chat about the label's recent compilation release, Imperium In Imperio II: a collaboration by some of the nation's best and most innovative new talent, with all proceeds directed to Oxfam's Syrian refugee appeal.


Tuesday 9am-12pm

30th Aug 16

Michelle speaks with Rowena Allen, Victoria's Gender & Sexuality Commissioner, about her first year in the inaugural role. Plus Ben Eltham and Sophie Black bring you their weekly reviews of local politics and the media.

Banana Lounge Broadcasting

Tuesday 12pm-2pm

30th Aug 16

Author Henry Reynolds chats to Dave about his book Unnecessary Wars and his upcoming appearance at the Melbourne Writers Festival.

Double Bounce

Tuesday 4pm, Tuesday 5pm, Tuesday 6pm

30th Aug 16

Taipan Tiger Girls are in to talk up the release of the new album, and their launch at the Curtain Hotel.

Greening the Apocalypse

Tuesday 7pm-8pm

30th Aug 16

This week, Charlie Mgee (permaculture devotee and frontman for Formidable Vegetable Sound System) and Bob Knob (activist and co-founder of HopeStreet Recordings) share their views on what's lacking in music about environmentalism.

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