As our regular announcers take a well-earned break over summer, a bunch of new voices (and some old faves) will hit the Triple R airwaves to keep you entertained and inspired.
With Smithie stepping away at the end of the year, Mon (who you'll know from Out On The Patio) will start on Breakfasters Monday 7 February.
Amy Taylor joins Tristen for his first show of 2022. They discuss Amy’s long-time-coming Formative Five, which delves into the music Amy grew up with and how it shaped the Sniffers' sound.
“We definitely see this as an opportunity to make the shows that we want to see in our areas and help usher in this new school of talent.” Musician NOMAD chats about NEWPRINT, a program bringing fresh new talent and live events to Wyndham, Melton, Shepparton and Dandenong.
The Glasshouse takes a deep dive into the new videogame Apartment. Fill-in host Bec Fary chats to creator Kalonica about how the game explores themes of memory and estrangement.
"Singing in my own languages just reminds me who I am." Acclaimed artist Gwenno talks to Anthony Carew about singing in Cornish and Welsh, her Australian tour, and much more.
“We might have played with less inhibition because we were alone.” Legendary artist Elvis Costello joins Brian Wise to discuss remotely recording his latest album with The Imposters, The Boy Named If, and lots more.
Due to COVID, Triple R had to suspend The Graveyard Shift. But recently, the show has been able to make a comeback on Friday and Saturday nights. Passionate Graveyarder Maria Meyer explains what the show means to her.
Primal Screen’s Lisa Kovacevic shares this very special comfort food recipe – using just a few humble ingredients – handed down from her Auntie Rena.
Queer View Mirror chat with Austin Fabry-Jenkins from Bulldog Pride about how queer fan groups are influencing AFLW.
Triple R recently did its first Outside Broadcast in two years – a seven-hour live extravaganza from Out On The Weekend! Volunteer photographer Suzanne Phoenix captured moments throughout the day.