Join us for a night of transcendental experimental rock as bodies of divine infinite and eternal spirit bring their cinematic live show to the Triple R performance space on Friday 23rd February. Hosted by Yasmine Sharaf of Cease and Desist.
To celebrate the launch of exhibition Joy, Triple R pauses regular programming for a special LIVE broadcast from the Immigration Museum on Saturday 2 March, from 2-4pm.
Beloved author Sally Rippin dropped on by the Triple R studios to chat about being appointed the new Australian Children’s Laureate.
Swedish singer and multi-instrumentalist El Perro Del Mar chats to Jazz about her new album Big Anonymous.
The Radio Marinara crew chat to Professor Catriona Hurd from the University of Tasmania about seaweed's ability (or lack there of) to capture carbon emissions in the environment.
Dan is joined by music journalist and former editor Shawn Reynaldo, the mind behind music culture newsletter First Floor.
Ahead of his upcoming tour to Australia, legendary Detroit techno producer Jeff Mills phones into Good Static to chat to Paul Gorrie about his new Afrofunk-electro-jazz ensemble, Tomorrow Comes The Harvest.
Triple R's Album of the Week is Yirinda, the self-titled debut album from Meanjin-based duo Fred Leone and Samuel Pankhurst.
Triple R's Soundscape features our favourite releases of the week. This week: Big Scary, Birdsnake, serpentwithfeet, El Perro del Mar, Les Amazones d'Afrique, Molly Lewis, Opelousas, Time Capsule and Itasca.
Irish band The Mary Wallopers; MSO's 'When We Were Young'; and learn about Yentl at Malthouse Theatre
Jess & Charlie are joined by RMIT's Tito Ambyo fpr a quick temperature check on the state of journalism in 2024
Live at RRR
bodies of divine infinite and eternal spirit bring their transcendental experimental rock to RRR! Hosted by Yasmine Sharaf