On Friday 21 August, to be precise! In the meantime, have a gander at all the details, including what you can win, how to support the station, and why it matters – now, more than ever.
It’s been with a heavy heart that we have had to suspend The Graveyard Shift to minimise the people coming into the building. But in its place, we’re proud to announce 14 pop-up shows.
Huge news: Cam Smith, host of Eat It, has been announced as an inductee of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival’s Legends Hall Of Fame for food and wine communication and education – which makes Cam an official legend.
Triple R’s weekly science program, Einstein A Go-Go, is celebrating three decades on the airwaves this winter! Hear host Dr Shane tell Breakfasters about the history of the show and all the exciting on-air celebrations coming up!
A new RMIT University and VMDO survey looks into which musos have been hardest hit during lockdown – and how they might be supported post-pandemic.
“We became friends through the openness in which we would discuss our lives.” Crack Cloud discuss their beginnings as a collective on Neon Sunset.
“The deep love of this band is being able to craft songs. The other thing is we like playing songs that, whenever we play them live, people go f---ing crazy.” Fontaines D.C. tell us about making their new record.
A Hero's Death is the second album from Fontaines D.C., the Irish post-punk/garage group who announced themselves so memorably with the debut Dogrel in 2019. Those songs balanced pure punk spirit with reflective verse, bridging traditional and revolutionary impulses.
Dylan and Kulja discuss the new book Fire: A Brief History, the state of homelessness in Victoria, and heaps more.
Dr Katja Hogendoorn tells us about the Metallic Green Carpenter Bee on Kangaroo Island and its survival post-bushfires.
Victoria Hannan talks about her debut novel Kokomo, and author Jess Hill discusses MWF.
Mirandi Riwoe chats about her novel Stone Sky Gold Mountain.