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Use No Hooks

Minimalist Principles: Simon Winkler talks to Mick Earls of 'Use No Hooks' on Breaking and Entering

Simon Winkler talks to Mick Earls, one of the founding members of the iconic disco punk band "Use No Hooks." "Use No Hooks" were a funky outfit who took pains to avoid commercial…

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"Improvisation is my passion" - Jazz Feldy interviews Akiko Yano on Good Fortune

Catch Jazz Feldy speaking with Akiko Yano about her life in music. Singer, songwriter and producer, Yano is known for her eclectic style. Yano says "I realised I am different, and this is…

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The Glasshouse

Award-winning poet Ellen van Neervan on The Glasshouse

Ellen van Neervan shares about their second poetry collection 'Throat.' Described as "irreverent and courageous, Throat is a fierce cry that fights to be heard."

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Eat It

Tribute to Vernon Chalker, founder of Melbourne's Gin Palace, on Eat It

Full Hour Tribute to Vernon Chalker, founder of Melbourne's Gin Palace. Vernon was widely regarded as a pioneer in the Melbourne bar and hospitality industry, known for his integrity and character as much…

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'Maralinga Tjarutja' writer and director Larissa Behrendt on The Mission

Writer and director, Larissa Behrendt talks about documentary 'Maralinga Tjarutja' on the Mission.

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Off The Record: The Dream Syndicate’s Steve Wynn On Their New Record And How He Got The Band Back Together

Steve Wynn of LA neo-psych outfit The Dream Syndicate phones in from Jackson Heights, New York, which has become the epicentre of coronavirus cases and deaths in the US. “We’re right in the…

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On The Blower

Malcom Turnbull phones in: On The Blower

What happens when Tony Biggs meets Malcolm Turnbull? We're about to find out when Biggsy goes head-to-head with the former PM in a discussion around Turnbull's new book – and much more.

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First Edition of Archival Revival: Aldous Harding (Live at Triple R)

While Max Headroom is on hiatus, Archival Revival, hosted by Lex Cran brings you a Live to Air from the Triple R archives, every Thursday night from 7-8pm. On this first episode, Lex…

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Radiotherapy with presenters Dr. Sharma, Neo Natal, and Panel Beater, interviewing: Professor James McCaw & Dr Ruth Mitchell

Whole episode with presenters Dr. Sharma, Neo Natal, and Panel Beater, interviewing: Professor James McCaw, Professor of Mathematical Biology and infectious diseases epidemiologist, University of Melbourne. Then: Dr Ruth Mitchell, neurosurgeon.

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Breakfasters: Excelling In Iso With Helen Bidou

You just can’t keep Helen Bidou, our “most emotionally unstable comedian”, down – not even in isolation! Helen’s been busy, you see: mastering musical instruments, crushing languages, renovating kitchens – and that’s just…

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Time To Shut Up Shop: Judith Lucy vs. Men on Breakfasters

Judith Lucy chats to Breakfasters about new online special of her live comedy show 'Judith Lucy v. Men'. She recently reflected on her entire history with men and concluded that maybe it was…

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Mystery Road Actor-Director Wayne Blair on Breakfasters

Actor-director Wayne Blair chats about the new season of Mystery Road on Breakfasters.

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Justice for Tanya Day: Apryl Watson interview on The Mission

Apryl Watson, daughter of Tanya Day, on The Mission talking about results released on April 9 2020.

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Uncommon Sense

Uncommon Sense: Bill Bowtell On Australia’s Response To COVID-19

Adjunt Prof. bill Bowtell - The Kirby Institute, re: covid-19 and a snapshot of where we were in March 2020. "We've got to come together in a calm way to minimise the effect…

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Lidia Thorpe joins Tracee Hutchison on FIERCE

Former Greens MP for the seat of Northcote and Gunnai and Gunditjmara woman Lidia Thorpe sits down for a wide-ranging conversation with FIERCE host Tracee Hutchison.

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FIERCE's guest is CEO of First Nations Media Australia, Catherine Liddle

Catherine Liddle discusses her Arrernte upbringing in Central Australia and its influence on her passion and career-long dedication to the strengthening of Indigenous media with FIERCE host Tracee Hutchison.

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Kate Duncan

FIERCE: Kate Duncan Traces Her Path from Young Musician to CEO of Victoria’s Leading Youth Music Program

Kate Duncan traces her path from young musician to CEO of The Push. She speaks to Tracee Hutchison about the need for creative young people to have community outlets beyond the school environment.

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Sarah Rees

Forest adviser Sarah Rees sits down with Tracee Hutchison on FIERCE

Forest adviser Sarah Rees sits down with FIERCE’s Tracee Hutchison to discuss the fight against logging and deforestation, the blame game surrounding the bushfires, and how the current environmental crisis is a…

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Eddy Current on Breaking and Entering

The return of Eddy Current Suppression Ring on Breaking and Entering

Lauren and Simon chat with Brendan and Mikey about their new record, All in Good Time, which came almost ten years after their last release. They share the impetus for recording the…

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Tim Thorpe 30th Homepage

Tim Thorpe tells the Breakfasters about his 30 years of broadcasting

Tim Thorpe tells the Breakfasters what it's been like presenting 'Vital Bits' on Triple R for 30 years.