Radiothon On Now


Radiothon On Now


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The Stranger

Primal Screen: Thomas M Wright on THE STRANGER

Flick Ford goes on a deep dive interview with Thomas M Wright, writer & director of THE STRANGER, a new Australian feature film starring Joel Edgerton and Sean Harris, now screening on Netflix…

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Rachel Perkins

The Mission: Rachel Perkins on ‘The Australian Wars’

Arrernte/Kalkadoon woman and film/television director Rachel Perkins joins host of The Mission Daniel James for a chat  about her three part documentary, ‘The Australian Wars’, on SBS/NITV. They talk about true history and…

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documentary NINGLA AN-A

Breakfasters: Gary Foley on NINGLA AN-A

Activist Gary Foley, Professor of Moondani Balluk Indigenous Academic Unit at Victoria University, talks to the team on the recent restoration of the documentary NINGLA AN-A - "The single most important film on…

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Goran Stolevski with Flick Ford

Primal Screen: Goran Stolevski on his films 'You Won't Be Alone' and 'Of An Age'

Melbourne based filmmaker Goran Stolevski joins Flick Ford for a chat  about his film, ‘You Won’t Be Alone’, a horror film set in 19th century Macedonia, and about his newest film ‘Of an…

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Bill Bailey Breakfasters

Breakfasters: Bill Bailey on his new show En Route to Normal

Comedian and actor Bill Bailey returns to Australia and drops by Breakfasters to chat about his new show En Route to Normal, his favourite venues, the pitfalls of touring with an electric…

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Tony Wilson John Safran

Breakfasters: John Safran & Tony Wilson

John Safran & Tony Wilson join the Breakfasters to talk about Triple R and Radiothon.

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RRR logo watermark

Breakfasters: Tony Moclair & Julian Schiller

Tony Moclair & Julian Schiller talk about their time on Triple R and subscribing during Radiothon.

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Vika and Linda

Breakfasters: Linda & Vika

Vika & Linda drop by the studio to do a live tune.

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Mark Seymour on stage

Breakfasters: Mark Seymour

Musician Mark Seymour joins the Breakfasters crew and chats about Radiothon and the significance of Triple R.

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Golden Age of Piracy - 'Diimpa: Formative Five'

Local avant composer and synth wizard Diimpa does his Formative Five.

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Karen Martini

Eat It: Karen Martini

Chef and restauranter Karen Martini (she/her) discusses her new cookbook, 'Cook' on Eat It with Cameron Smith and Matt Steadman.

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The Distant Sky Program Image

Distant Sky - 'Collected Verses'

Ron Hitler-Barassi & Humphrey B. Flaubert from TISM invade the studio to chat about their compilation album called 'Collected Verses'.

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Brett Sutton CHO

Einstein a Go Go: Brett Sutton

Victoria's Chief Health Officer, Professor Brett Sutton joins Dr Shane on Einstein a Go Go to discuss Victoria's COVID response.

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Cinema Nova 1992

Breakfasters: Kristian Connelly

Kristian Connelly, CEO of Cinema Nova on the 30th anniversary of Cinema Nova which has become an institution in the Melbourne cinema scene since it opened in Lygon Court in Aug 1992.

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Far and Wide

Far and Wide: Brett Morgen

Brett Morgen, joins Far and Wide to discuss his documentary MOONAGE DAYDREAM, a thrillingly immersive, kaleidoscopic trip through the art and music of iconic shapeshifter David Bowie, featuring stunningly restored and never-before-seen footage…

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Minister Linda Burney

The Mission: Linda Burney

Linda Burney, the Minister for Indigenous Australians has a chat with Daniel James on The Mission about the impact of Archie Roach, and proposed referendum on an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice…

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Jess Ho Eat It

Eat It - Jess Ho

Hospitality veteran Jess Ho talks about their memoir 'Raised By Wolves'.

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Cheree Toka

The Mission: Cheree Toka

Proud Kamilaroi woman, Cheree Toka discusses her succesful five-year campaign to permanently fly the Aboriginal Flag on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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Burning It Up

Get Down: Burning It Up (Australian Reggae 1979​-​1986)

Lloyd Briggs, host of PBS’s Deep Space and founder of new label Austudy Records, drops by Get Down to chat about Burning It Up (Australian Reggae 1979​-​1986), a new compilation celebrating the early…

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Breakfasters - Bachar Houli

Former Richmond Premiership player Bachar Houli tells Breakfasters why he’s written a kids book, and why it was a relief to leave AFL footy and start a new chapter.