Indonesian funk-rock trio Ali join us in the Triple R Performance Space on Tuesday 5 December to round out the year.
Professor Gary Foley joins Daniel James, host of The Mission, to talk about his life in activism and the origins of Blak/Palestinian solidarity.
Gem Walsh and Max Kaiser are members of the Loud Jew Collective (LJC), a 'ragtag', volunteer-run group working to be "a home and community for inspiring and radicalising Jewish cultures, knowledges and politics".
Bron and Fam chat to environmentalist and author Sandy Winterbottom about her book, The Two-Headed Whale: Life, Loss and the Tangled Legacy of Whaling in the Antarctic.
Ahead of her performance at Brunswick Ballroom and Blacktivism at Hamer Hall, Emma Donovan drops by the studio to discuss her first solo work without The Putbacks, the powerhouse new track Blak Nation.
Canadian indie-rock group Alvvays return to Australian shores this month. Vocalist and guitarist Molly Rankin chats to Charlie of Frantic Items about performing the sentimental songs of their critically acclaimed third album Blue Rev.
Triple R's Album of the Week is Luxury Bat, the new album from Cold Hands Warm Heart, a Narrm-based collective linked to Eastmint, a local artist-run studio, event space and label.
Triple R's Soundscape features our favourite releases of the week. This week: Pop Filter, GC OConnor, Haiku Hands, Bayang (the Bushranger), Clara!, Ian Sweet, Blockhead, Ed Kuepper and Clark.
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Queer View Mirror
American gender studies professor & activist Susan Stryker talks about reckoning with queer, trans and gender diverse histories in Australia
Dr Niki Vincent is the Public Sector Gender Equality Commissioner. She talks about work being in the sector to address gender-based issues
What’s happening today
9:00 am-5:00 pm
Hawthorn Arts Centre
MWIJF Presents: Crybaby Session with Beyond The Lake (1130am) MWIJF Presents: Mim Crellin Band (SA) + Little Big Band (Directed by Angela Davis) (evening)