Triple R is serving up another sizzling plate of summer programs across December and January while our regular presenters take a well-earned break. Listen out for new and familiar voices presenting a swag of different shows, covering everything from rock, roots and beats, to comedy, law and design!
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“The lungs are actually designed to only breathe in perfectly clean air.” The Dean of Health Sciences at Swinburne explains what’s happening to our lungs in the presence of bushfire smoke – and identifies the best ways to respond.
Fun fact: Ennio Styles chooses his first track about a minute before the show kicks off. Learn all about the many hours and processes that go into creating Stylin’ before Ennio jumps back on the airwaves this Friday.
Triple R is currently seeking a studio tech to join the team.
Fill-in host Judith Peppard chats to a range of guests, including Human Rights Watch Australia Director Elaine Pearson.
Room With A View
Rachel Connor looks into how to protect your own mental health during the bushfire crisis.
Local and/or General
Sunnyside drop by the studio to tell us about their upcoming Howler show.
Fill-in host Ben Eltham talks to a range of guests, including fire behaviour researcher Jane Cawson about eucalyptus forests.
Composer, musician, and sound artist Holly Herndon sits down for a convo.