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Good Fortune: The 200th Episode

Jazz celebrates 200 episodes of Good Fortune with 60s garage, beat, girl groups & psych from around the world, packed into a Girls in the Garage special.

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Students for Palestine

Students for Palestine: The Score

Samira speaks with student activists and organisers James McVicar and Yasmeen Atieh from Students for Palestine; a grassroots protest group organising encampments, sit-ins and education sessions on University campuses around the country.


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Johann Hari - Uncommon Sense

British best-selling author Johann Hari joins Amy Mullins to talk about his excellent new book, Magic Pill, which examines the benefits and risks of controversial new weight-loss drugs, like Ozempic and Wegovy.

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Leslie Jamison: Literati Glitterati

Ahead of her appearance at the Melbourne Writers Festival, best-selling author Leslie Jamison dials in from her home in New York at almost midnight for a meaty chat with Mel about her new…

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The Golden Age of Piracy - 15th Anniversary

For the 15th anniversary of The Golden Age of Piracy, host Tristen Harris reflects on his time behind the mic, and dives into the archives to relive some of the most iconic 'Formative…

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Martha Wainright - Off the Record

Legendary Canadian musician Martha Wainwright is back on the road and touring again after a lengthy break due to the pandemic.

She joins Brian Wise for a special conversation about her recent return…

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SmartArts: Richard Hull

Richard Hull, the CEO of Flying Fruit Fly Circus, joins SmartArts to discuss the situation between NICA and Swinburne.

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BLB: Richard Clapton

Australian music legendRichard Clapton joins Dave Graney on BLB to discuss his 50th anniversary shows, as well as discussing the past five decades of music making and touring.

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On the Blower: IWD Special with Emma Buckley-Lennox

Sit back, turn up your speakers and get ready for a special edition of On The Blower with guest host Emma Buckley-Lennox presenting three hours of power for International Women's Day.

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Uncommon Sense: A. C. Grayling

British philosopher and best-selling author A. C. Grayling joins Amy to speak in-depth about his new book, Who Owns The Moon? In Defence of Humanity's Common Interests in Space.

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Kulja Coulston's Last Show - The Grapevine

The final episode to feature Kulja Coulston as co-host of The Grapevine.

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Declan Furber-Gillick - Breakfasters

Arrernte man Declan Furber-Gillick from the Black Peoples Union chats with the Fakefasters (Billy, Kirby, and Daniel) just before the Invasion/Survival Day rally. They talk about enacting Blak/Palestinian solidarity on stolen land, what…

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The Cave: The Last One Ever

After six years taking us into The Cave every Friday evening, and 21 years on the Triple R airwaves, the legendary Woody McDonald is stepping off. Listen back to his final Cave ever…

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Press Colour: First Episode

The debut episode of Sam Cummins' new show, 12-2pm each Saturday.

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Kutcha Edwards - Uncommon Sense

Uncle Kutcha Edwards talks 'Share The Spirit' at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl

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Tarneen Onus Williams

Tarneen Onus Williams - The Grapevine

Tarneen Onus Williams is a proud Gunditjmara, Bindal, Yorta Yorta person and Torres Strait Islander from Mer and Erub islands. They are a community organiser for Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance, a filmmaker…

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Neon Sunset: Annaliese Redlich's First Episode in New Time Slot

Succeeding the time slot from Woody McDonald's The Cave, Annaliese brings her program Neon Sunset into its cozy new home; Fridays from 4-7pm. Thanks Woody, and congrats Annaliese!

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Smart Arts: Penelope Benton

Executive Director of NAVA (National Association for the Visual Arts) Penelope Benton (she/her) joins Richard Watts on Smart Arts to discussthe ABC’s cutting of online editorial for arts coverage, and what this means…

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Smart Arts: Judith Lucy

Judith Lucy joins Richard Watts on Smart Arts to chat about reviving her acting chops for the leading role of Winnie in the new MTC adaptation of his modern classic Happy Days, as…

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The Score: Bayley Turner

Bayley Turner (she/her) joins the score to discuss Creative Consent which specialises in consent-based creative practices, intimacy and wellbeing, as well as her thesis and research into the area as well as MEAA’s…