Three New Shows Join the Triple R Grid

24 January 2020

We're really happy to announce that three new broadcasters will be joining the Triple R grid in 2020!

New Shows FB Sized Jan 2020

Left to right: Millú (Milly Davison), Mia Timpano (photo by Bri Hammond), and Aisha Pachoud.


Mondays midnight to 2am

Hosted by Millú (Milly Davison)

Full Circle transports the electronic underground to your late night airwaves – a weekly transmission of cerebral ambient selections and leftfield electronics, through to dance-floor ready bass and breaks. Expect diverse music for all occasions with Millú and a range of guests, sharing their own inspirations from near and far.

Kicks off: Monday 3 February


Tuesdays 10pm to midnight

Hosted by Mia Timpano

Metal, hardcore and otherwise exquisitely heavy and brutal sounds. Soul-shifting noise. Dimension-altering soundscapes. Be crushed and renewed. Lose control.

Kicks off: Tuesday 28 January


Thursdays midnight to 2am

Hosted by Aisha Pachoud

A penchant for the weird and mysterious? Spooky and unusual? Tune into Mystifying Melbourne, a show dedicated to exploring the more quirky and oft-overlooked aspects of Melbourne and surrounds.

Kicks off: Thursday 6 February

A big, warm welcome to Milly, Mia and Aisha! We can't wait to hear you all on the Triple R airwaves each week.

In other programming news, Plato's Cave stalwarts Cerise Howard and Emma Westwood are scaling back their duties this year. The remaining hosts – Sally Christie, Paul Anthony Nelson and Flick Ford – have decided to revamp the show's format to include interviews and have also given the show a new name – Primal Screen!

Primal Screen is a show about movies, from the ones on the big screen to the ones you stream. A mix of new release and retrospective film reviews and in-depth interviews with film practitioners. Featuring filmmakers and reviewers Flick Ford, Paul Anthony Nelson and Sally Christie. (With recurring guests Cerise Howard, Emma Westwood and Lisa Kovacevic.)

Kicks off: Monday 3 February