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The Grapevine – 9 September 2019

David Manne from Refugee Legal provides an update on refugee and asylum seeker issues. Professor Dennis Altman introduces his book, Unrequited Love: Diary of an Accidental Activist. Laura Imbruglia plays some tunes live…

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The Grapevine – 2 September 2019

An episode of The Grapevine on 2 September 2019

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The Grapevine – 26 August 2019

From the US, lawyer Kimberley Motley visits the studios to introduce her new book, Lawless, and provide details on her upcoming author talk. Investigative Journalist Bastian Obermayer drops in ahead of his…

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The Grapevine – 19 August 2019

Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency CEO Muriel Bamblett joins Dylan and Kulja for a chat about community organisations working for common good.

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The Grapevine – 12 August 2019

Directors Josh Cable and Marcus Cobbledick chat about their MIFF documentary on the Pies, Collingwood: From the Inside Out.

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The Grapevine – 5 August 2019

An episode of The Grapevine on 5 August 2019

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The Grapevine – 29 July 2019

An episode of The Grapevine on 29 July 2019

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The Grapevine – 22 July 2019

Tune in to learn about edible gardens, the results of the Building Minister's Forum, the sociopolitical situation in Venezuela and more!

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The Grapevine – 15 July 2019

Melinda Cilento, CEO of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia, describes a recent report on temporary migration. Dr Katerina Teaiwa discusses her recent article on climate change and the Pacific. Local group…

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The Grapevine – 8 July 2019

Environmental lawyer Bronya Lipski, author Fiona Chong, New York Times correspondent Austin Ramzy and Sui Zhen join the show.

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About this program

Putting local issues in a global context, including weekly insights into our cities, democracy, rights, culture, energy and environment. All stitched together with a mixtape of music.

Regular guests and segments include: Reading Room with Sally Rippin; urban history with Dr David Nichols; Cam Walker's eco-update and live music.

Program theme: Hugh Masekala's Grazing in the Grass