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An exhibition that looks at human displacement as part of the Art + Climate = Change festival.
Paul Capsis swings into SmartArts to talk about his role in the latest production of the iconic musical Cabaret.
The magazine’s founders Kim Thomson and Alan Weedon join Sam Cummins on Test Pattern.
Watch them play as part of April After Dark.
Watch as they perform for April After Dark.
Watch as he plays live for April After Dark.
Ali MC joins Breakfasters to talk about the denial of the Rohingya.
Tim Wright joins Uncommon Sense to discuss.
Bidjara artist Christian Thompson joins Tess Lawley on Parallel Lines.
This week Sun, Homecoming, Ghosts and more!
Andrew Donnison joins the team with an update on the political stoushes currently pervading sports in Australia.
Sophie Miles hosts this introduction to the music of the newage composer and sonic healer.
The prolific punk blues musician joins Pauly P to chat about his latest album with Boss Hog, Brood X.
A horrific anti-LGBT crackdown is currently being waged by the governement of Chechnya against its citizens. With an update, join The Grapevine.
Dr. Kristal Evens drops in to chat to the Breakfasters about the Melbourne instalment of the March for Science.
British comedian Phil Jupitus joins Breakfasters to chat about his MICF show
The man behind Sonny & The Sunsets on Breaking And Entering.
British professor, philosopher and author A.C. Grayling on Uncommon Sense.
This week Actress, Yonder, Damn and more!
What does a “normal” labia look like?
Simon Winkler joins Cam Smith on Eat It to discuss the world of competitive chilli eating.
The unlikely collaboration between Alex Chilton, Alan Vega and Ben Vaughn on Max Headroom.
Christos Stavrakakis and the struggle against austerity in Greece.
Activist Khury Peterson-Smith joins Parallel Lines ahead of the 2017 Marxism Conference.
Fabulous Oakland-based trans “Poptronic princess” Ah Mer Ah Su visits Queer The Way to sing some songs and chat.