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Radio Marinara

Sunday 9am-10am

24th Jul 16

Blairgowrie Pier is set to get possibly the world’s largest marine sponge transplant  - in replacing the massive breakwall, not only do the damaging infestations of shipworm need to be removed, the sponges, ascidians and other pier dwelling animals and plants that call Blairgowrie Pier home need to be rescued. We’ll speak with AJ, one of the divers involved in this rescue/transplant mission about the massive task ahead, and what you can do to be part of this amazing community exercise.  We also speak with Hayden O'Neill, an emerging surf photographer from the Mornington Peninsula, about his exhibitions and his brand new publication. And Dr Beach brings us some mind-blowing marine science.


Einstein A Go-Go

Sunday 11am-12pm

24th Jul 16

Much of human health depends on the immune system's ability to ward off disease and infection. This week phD candidate Brad Spicer from Monash University's Centre for Advance Molecular Imaging shares his insights into which proteins are our critical defenders, and how they behave at a molecular level to repel invading microbes. And Dr Yugeesh Lankadeva, Research Fellow at the Florey Institute, shares recent research into the relationship between kidney failure and sepsis; the latter being the failure of critical organs as a result of bacterial infections.


Sunday Lunch

Sunday 1pm

24th Jul 16

Andrew Donnison takes a good hard look at the world of sport each Sunday this July. Whether your game is AFL, cricket, netball, roller derby or Quidditch, Bound For Glory in the Sunday Lunch spot has got you covered.


Under The Sun

Sunday 6pm-8pm

24th Jul 16

Ash & Ice is the fifth album from iconic indie rock duo The Kills. Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince will be making their long awaited return to Australia and will be stopping by the Triple R Performance Space on Sunday 24 July to play an exclusive live set during Under The Sun at 7.30pm.  

Their Splendour in the Grass Melbourne sideshow at The Forum has completely SOLD OUT. This will be the last chance to hear The Kills live on this tour.



Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

25th Jul 16

Andrew Donnison chats sport; Toby Halligan talks about politics; Peter Maddison talks about the tiny houses in Melbourne for the Open House Weekend.


The Grapevine

Monday 9am-12pm

25th Jul 16

It's been ten years since the release of Dan Kelly and the Alpha Male's genre-hopping second album Drowning in the Fountain of Youth. Dan joins The Grapevine for an in-depth chat about what it meant then, how he feels about it now, and playing the whole thing live-in-its-entirety for the upcoming 10th anniversary gig at Howler on 30 July.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

26th Jul 16

Lachlann Carter reviews Sebastian Junger's Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging; Vanessa Toholka talks Andy Greenbergs’ This Machine Kills Secrets: How Wikileakers, Cypherpunks, & Hacktivists Aim To Free The World Information; Julie Vulcan chats about RIMA at Arts House, a 23-hour-long performance and digital media installation by SQUIDSILO.


Spoke

Tuesday 9am-12pm

26th Jul 16

This week, Environment Victoria Campaign Manager Nicholas Aberle shares his views on the environmental record, credentials and likely priorities of Josh Frydenberg, the Turnbull government's new Minister for Environment & Energy. Crikey's political editor Bernard Keane expands on his recent opinion piece 'Truth In Political Advertising: An Idea Whose Time Has Gone'. Plus Spoke regular Ben Eltham gives us his regular wrap on the week in politics.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

27th Jul 16

Dr Jen explains the science of blinking; Hannie Rayson talks about her play Extinction at Arts Centre.

 

 


Multi-Storied

Wednesday 12pm-2pm

27th Jul 16

This week, Elizabeth and Lou talk to trailblazing underground US writer/performer/seminal zinester Lisa Carver (aka Lisa Suckdog), and NYC-based poet/writer/activitist Mahogany Browne. Both women have made performance and political expression the driving force of their creativity, and are both about to hit Australian shores. Plus: one-time Sierra Leonian-based blogger Jo Dunlop chats about the personal stories behind the sartorial creativity she documented in her blog Fash Pack: Freetown; stories that have recently been re-worked as a doco series for ABCiview.


New & Groovy

Wednesday 2pm-4pm

27th Jul 16

Powerhouse soul singer Hollie Smith brings Melbourne a taste of her latest long-player and recent number one NZ album Water and Gold to the Toff on 27 July. She chats to Johnny Topper just hours before hitting the stage.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

28th Jul 16

Film with Simone Ubaldi; Feature Creatures with Dr. Leanne Pinfold from the Lort Smith; Chris Jones & Rachel Ward talking The Death & Life Of Otto Bloom at MIFF.


Max Headroom

Thursday 7pm-8pm

28th Jul 16

On Thursday 28 July, Catch Space, host of Queer The Way, as they program a special Max Headroom live from Triple R Performance Space from 7pm (1hr) featuring sets from local acts Two Steps on the Water and Spike Fuck. Doors 6.30pm

We would like to acknowledge this event will be taking place on Wurundjeri land. We pay our respects to elders past and present, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Triple R Triple R is fully acessable with a lift at the entry for use by anyone that can't use the stairs.

Subscribers can email queertheway@rrr.org.au with their full name and subscriber number in the subject line by midday Tuesday 26 July for the chance to be part of the audience.

*Please note: You must have a current annual Triple R subscription to be eligible for giveaways. Winners will be notified via email.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

29th Jul 16

Comedian Anne Edmonds and Breakfasters Live.


Tabula Rasa

Midnight Friday-2am

30th Jul 16

This month’s presenter Monique Sebire introduces you to 'Next Of Kin'.  From Joni Mitchell to James Blake, Camp Cope to Clams Casino, Monique draws links between old songs, new releases, and everything in between, spanning (almost) all genres, with a good dose of local love.


Vital Bits

Saturday & Sunday 6am-9am

30th Jul 16

Williamstown folk/rock three piece The Peeks launch themselves on the weekend breakfast-listening public this Saturday, and their debut LP Grow Up / Grown Down on Ding Dong the same evening. Tim Thorpe investigates.


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