The single biggest event on the Triple R calendar, Radiothon, kicks off on Friday 26 August. Get ready to get down to keep independant radio alive and kicking.
Andrew Quilty's new book August in Kabul: America’s last days in Afghanistan, chronicles the tumultuous time in Afghanistan last year, when America withdrew its troops. Calling into The Grapevine, Andrew chats about the book and his hopes, and fears, for the city’s future.
Berish Bilander, CEO of Green Music Australia, joins Jas Moore to discuss 'Sound Country', a new comprehensive resource for musicians who want to go green and become confident advocates for change.
Director Amiel Courtin-Wilson joins Flick Ford on Primal Screen to chat about his documentary screening at MIFF - described as an unfaltering, compassionate exploration of voluntary assisted dying.
Banksia: Bangarra Artistic Director Stephen Page talks SandSong: Stories from the Great Sandy Desert
Bangarra Dance Theatre’s Artistic Director Stephen Page joins Vanessa Morris on Banksia ahead of SandSong: Stories from The Great Sandy Desert performances at Arts Centre Melbourne.
We've lost some real icons these last few weeks, one of whom was Judith Durham - singer, songwriter and musician with legendary Australian folk pop group The Seekers. Dave Graney and Elizabeth McCarthy interviewed Judith back in 2011. Subscribers - head on over to the Triple R archives to listen back to this delightful conversation.
Fresh from the release of their second album World Wide Pop, Orono, Harry and Soul from Superorganism drop by the Triple R studios to chat to Far and Wide.
Executive Lead of Oxfam’s First Peoples Program and proud Wamba Wamba, Yorta Yorta, Dhudhuroa and Dja Dja Wurrung woman Ngarra Murray joins Daniel James for a conversation about Oxfam Australia’s Straight Talk National Summit. They discuss the importance of women in First Nations communities across the country and their access to political power.
Check out a few snaps from Jen Cloher's recent set at the Triple R Performance Space!
King Stingray is the debut, self-titled album from King Stingray, offering a unique combination of surf, punk, pop, garage, rock and elements of traditional Yolŋu musicality.
Belinda Briggs, Shepparton Art Museum's curator for Indigenous art, tells Vanessa about the Indigenous Ceramic Award Exhibition
Best-selling UK author Johann Hari chats with Amy live! Plus fmr UN Security Council President Kishore Mahbubani & Professor Chris Wallace
The Oslo Show
author Isobel Beech talks about her debut novel 'Sunbathing'