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Nazeem Hussain his comedy festival show and benefit show.
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Mixed Signal’s Kim Little, aka HNYMLK, plays tunes to take you through to the wee hours.
Presenter Kate O'Halloran is jonied by comedian Kirsty Mac
International Women's Day Live to Air - Drop Out Boogie with Zara featuring Performances from Evelyn Ida Morris, V, Moody Beaches and Racerage
Nereader’s Digest (LiveWire) joins presenters Elizabeth Mccarthy and Mia Timpano to play nothing but awesome music by awesome women for an Hour of Power
Denise Hylands & Annaliese Redlich team up to create a combo of 'simply the best' and that 'twangy goodness' aptly named 'The Ladies Lounge'
Girls on Film - International Women's Day Film & Screen Special with Megan, Cerise and Emma.
Melissa Cranenburgh talks to writers Louise Swinn, Amy Gray, and Monica Dux on Backstory.
Breaking and Entering’s Lauren Taylor and Good Fortune’s Jazz Feldy host two hours of musical goodness!
Talk back with Uncommon Sense’s Amy Mullins. Call; have a rant.
Science brains collide with Radio Marinara’s Bron Burton, Byte Into IT’s Vanessa Toholka, and Einstein A Go-Go co-host (and Breakfasters’ ‘Weird Science’ presenter) Dr Jen
Monique & Tadpole join forces for the morning slot on International Women's Day.
Sarah, Geraldine and Fee B-Squared host International Women's Day Breakfasters Special
Activist Bisi Alimi speaks with Areej Nur on The Rap.
Author Dominic Kelly speaks with Kulja Coulston and Dylan Bird on The Grapevine.
Gez invited a bunch of her favourite local comics to join her in the Performance Space for an ace night of gags and songs.
Neil Rodgers and Tony Biggs pay tribute to the life and music art work of the Australian guitarist and rock musician Spencer P Jones.
Judith Brett, Emeritus Professor of Politics at La Trobe University, drops by the studio to give Amy a short history of compulsory voting in Australia.
Kim Salmon joins The Australian Mood’s Neil Rogers to chat about the new album and upcoming tour, the joy of making new music with old friends, and how really good songs and…