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Live At Goose Lake

Annaliese chats with Ben Blackwell on Neon Sunset about new Stooges recording that challenges their history

Annaliese catches up with Ben Blackwell of Third Man Records to discuss the release of recently uncovered audio from the famous gig at Goose Lake that led to the end of the Stooges.

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John Wood book cover

Legendary Aussie actor John Wood joins Breakfasters to discuss his new memoir

Gold Logie-winning actor, script-writer and all-round Australian icon John Wood speaks to the Breakfasters about his memoir 'How I Clawed My Way To The Middle'.

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Christos Tsiolkas joins The Grapevine to discuss his writing practice in the time of COVID-19

Award-winning Australian author Christos Tsiolkas joins The Grapevine to discuss some recent essays; and to muse on themes of family, identity, class and prejudice in the time of COVID-19.

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Professor Mary-Louise McLaws

A social virus: Prof Mary-Louise McLaws discusses the spread of COVID-19 with Amy McMullins on Uncommon Sense

Amy Mullins is joined on Uncommon Sense by Professor Mary-Louise McLaws, epidemiologist at UNSW & adviser to the World Health Organisation, to discuss her insights into preventing the spread of COVID-19.

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Dr Shane Huntington

Dr Shane Huntington joins the Breakfasters to discuss science communication

Dr Shane Huntington joins the Breakfasters to discuss 30 years of Einstein A Go-Go and the value of science communication.

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Brian Schmidt

Life, the Universe and Everything: Astrophysicist and Vice Chancellor of ANU Brian Schmidt joins Einstein A Go-Go

To help celebrate 30 years of Einstein A Go-Go, Dr Shane is joined by Brian Schmidt who is an astrophysicist and the Vice Chancellor of ANU to discuss life, the universe and everything.

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Roxanne Moore

Raise the Age: Roxanne Moore joins The Mission to discuss why we need to raise the age of criminal responsibility

Roxanne Moore, Executive Officer from the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services, joins Daniel James on The Mission to discuss the Raise The Age campaign.

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Dave Faulkner

LiveWire: Dave Faulkner Tells Us The Story Behind The New Hoodoo Gurus Music Video

Dave Faulkner discusses the video for their politically-charged new single "Hung Out To Dry".

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Paella

Eat It: A Guide To Making Perfect Paella With Movida’s Frank Camorra

Movida owner and chef Frank Camorra jumps on the phone to chat with Cam and Matt about all things paella.

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"Why?": Flemington public housing resident Awatif Taha joins Radiotherapy to discuss the Flemington Towers COVID-19 hard lockdown

Flemington public housing resident Awatif Taha joins Panel Beater, Dr Sharma and Neo-Natal to discuss the effect of the hard lockdown that was imposed on the residents of the towers during the COVID-19…

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Steve Ellen, aka Dr Dolittle

Breakfasters: COVID-19 Lockdown Survival Tips With Steve Ellen

Steve Ellen joins Daniel, Geraldine and Rachel Short to talk about the impacts the latest COVID-19 lockdown in Melbourne is having on people’s mental health.

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Tony Burke

Arts ecology: Tony Burke joins Richard on SmartArts to discuss the Federal Government's COVID Support Package for the Arts

Richard speaks with Shadow Arts Minister Tony Burke about the Federal Government's Support Package for the Arts. The package is designed to help artists recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, but Burke argues that…

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Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson

Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson joins Areej Nur on The Rap to discuss 'Talkin' Up To The White Woman' 20 years on

Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson is a Goenpul woman of the Quandamooka people, is professor of Indigineous research at RMIT University, and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. She joins Areej…

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Daniel James talks structural racism with Dr Shireen Morris on The Mission

Dr Shireen Morris, a McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellow at the Melbourne Law School, joins Daniel James on The Mission to discuss how public support for the Uluru Statement From The Heart is key to…

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Whale

Environmental imagination: Dr Rebecca Giggs joins Bron Burton on Radio Marinara to talk about her new book 'Fathoms: The World in the Whale'

Bron Burton catches up with Dr Rebecca Giggs to talk about her new book Fathoms: The World in the Whale. Giggs has brought together a multitude of topics in her book that…

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The Pretty Things on Neon Sunset

Rest in Power: Phil May and Dick Taylor on Neon Sunset

To honour the passing of Phil May, Annaliese Redlich re-braodcasts an interview she conducted with Dick Taylor and Phil May from The Pretty Things in 2018. The discussion looks at the whys and…

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Assistant Movie Still

Kitty Green joins Flick Ford on Primal Screen to discuss 'The Assistant'

Kitty Green chats with Flick Ford on Primal Screen about her new film The Assistant. The Assistant explores how workplace culture is at the root of sexual harassment. Green is known for…

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Cinema Nova and Astor Theatre

Intermission: Kristian Connelly and Zak Hepburn discuss COVID-19 and cinema on Primal Screen

The team at Primal Screen are joined by Kristian Connelly, CEO of Cinema Nova, and Zak Hepburn, General Manager of the Astor, to discuss the effects that COVID-19 has had on cinema in…

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Bob Geldof

Sir Bob Geldof of the Boomtown Rats catches up with Jonathan Alley on Under the Sun

Thirty-six years since their last album, The Boomtown Rats reformed this year with a new LP and accompanying documentary of the same name; Citizens of Boomtown. The band’s frontman, Bob Geldof, believes…

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vika linda

No limits: Vika & Linda join Brian Wise on Off The Record to chat about new anthology 'Akilatoa'

Beloved duo Vika & Linda Bull catch up with Brian Wise about their new anthology Akilatoa, which chronicles their work from 1994-2006. Their latest album was released in 2006 but they haven't been…