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Triple R runs interviews with a wide range of musicians, artists, writers, commentators, academic and more.

For bands, musicians and DJs: Please email Music Content Producer Sam Cummins ( Please provide as much info as possible (streaming links of music, tour dates/details of upcoming shows & gigs).

For all non-music interviews (eg. performing/visual/creative arts, exhibitions, books, literature, current affairs, issues-based chats, academia-related conversations etc): Please email our Talks Content Producers at and provide as much detail as possible in your pitch.

Pitches not sent through to the above addresses may be missed.

We're always keen to hear what people are doing and like to support where we can, however we do receive far more interview requests than we're able to place.

Every interview request will be considered but the final decision is always up to individual presenters.

The details you send through to our producers will then be forwarded to the appropriate presenters for their consideration. We will get in touch with you if we're able to place an interview with one of them.

We have a policy of just one interview per person/artist/event in any 3 month period, as we receive far more interview requests than we can place. While we always want to know what you're up to, we need to share the love that is the Triple R airwaves!

In cases where an interview can't be scheduled, there are a number of other ways you can get details on air or on this website:

· Triple R subscribers can submit their own music, arts or community event by logging into our submit an event section.

· Free or low cost arts or community events that run on a weekend can be submitted to our Things To Do Today Segment. Email the details to

· Stand out community events can be considered for Community Service Announcements

· In some cases, your event might work best with a Sponsorship campaign.