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Pop-culture wrap up with Najma Sanbul and Aran Mylvaganam on Labor's inhumane asylum seeker policies.

Najma Sambul - reporter at The Age and fellow Triple R presenter - joins The Score for a pop-culture wrap-up. They cover everything from the recent TV Logie Awards,  Beyoncé's long-awaited upcoming album…


Artists Kate ten Buuren & Maya Hodge, and Musician Nhatty Man

Artists and curators Kate ten Buuren & Maya Hodge discuss ‘Collective Movements’, their exhibition, publishing project, conversation, and workshop platform. ‘Collective Movements’ is a wide-ranging project focusing on the work of historic and…


Richard J. Franklin, Brian Makundi, and Boubacar Gaye

Proud Gunditjmara man, and singer/songwriter, author, and filmmaker Richard J. Franklin talks about his latest show ‘No More Sugar No More Tea’. The show tells stories through letters from First Nations women to…


Artist Yuriyal Eric Bridgeman and rapper Mulalo

Multidisciplinary artist Yuriyal Eric Bridgeman talks about his latest exhibition 'YAL'. The exhibition presents a selection of photographic work and large painted shields created with members of the artist's Yuri tribe of Simbu…


Roberta Joy Rich, Dr Sangeetha Pillai, and Jaal

This week on The Score, artist Roberta Joy Rich talks about her current exhibition ‘The Purple Shall Govern’ displayed at Footscray Community Arts Centre. The works will be presented as part of the…


The Score returns for 2022 with Neha Madhok, Erica Ifill, and Immy Owusu

Co-Director at Democracy in Colour, Neha Madhok talks about the now shelved religious discrimination bill. Democracy in Colour is a national organisation for racial and economic justice led by people of colour; next…


Human Rights Watch/Asylum Seeker Resource Centre on offshore processing on Papua New Guinea and Nauru, Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), Moor Mother

This week on The Score, Samira chats with Elaine Pearson, Australian Director of Human Rights Watch and Jane Favero, Director of Advocacy and Campaigns at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, on…


ABC's 'The School That Tried To End Racism', Papaphilia

This week on The Score, Samira chats with psychologist and PhD candidate Hannah Yared as they review and discuss ABC series 'The School That Tried To End Racism'. Samira also chats with Melbourne…


First Nations sleep stories

This week on The Score, Samira chats with Arrernte and Jamaican multidisciplinary artist Aurora Liddle-Christie about Dreamy, an online project that highlights First Nations storytellers with sleep stories for people to listen to.


Blak Jewellery, IPCC report on climate change, Shelter 2, Tinika

This week on The Score, Samira chats with artists Jenna Lee and Sharn Geary on their new works as part of Koorie Heritage Trust's upcoming exhibition, Blak Jewellery. Samira also chats with…

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A weekly in-depth exploration of arts, culture and media, featuring deep-dive interviews alongside an eclectic mix of music.