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Chow Down: Sharon Flynn Walks Us Through Fermenting

Summer presenter Kerrie O’Brien talks to fermenting expert Sharon Flynn (author of Ferment For Good) about how long humans have been fermenting food and drink to create delicious flavours.

Sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles…

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Suddenly Last Summer: A Deep-Dive Interview with Drab Majesty

Deb Demure, founder of LA-based dark wave project Drab Majesty, catches up with Simona ahead of their show at Howler in February. They discuss the romanticisation of LA in relation to the Drab…

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Suddenly Last Summer with Simona Castricum

Simona Castricum spins synth/wave/UG pop/goth/dark techno/melancholy/queer tunes; new/recent releases with a few throwbacks.

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James ‘The Hound Dog’ Young Returns to the Airwaves!

James ‘The Hound Dog’ Young makes his return to the airwaves for the first time in over a decade. Guest hosting Respect the Rock, the Triple R Legend chats to LA band…

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FIERCE: A Longform Interview with Lidia Thorpe

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. They discuss the increase in the incarceration…

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Nicole Thibault Delivers Her Formative Five on The Golden Age of Piracy

Tristen returns to the airwaves, ready to get stuck into 2020 and The Golden Age of Piracy. His first guest of the year, Nicole Thibault from the band Minimum Chips and now…

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SmartArts: Celebrating 50 Years of Craft Victoria

From the craft hype of the '70s to today’s makers markets, we all seem to have a love of homemade objects. Craft Victoria is the body that provides advocacy and networking for makers…

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The Rap: Getting to Know The Ripple Effect Band

Meet Ripple Effect, an all women's rock band from Maningrida in Arnhem Land. They chat to The Rap fill-in host Samira Farah about how they got started, the origins of the band name…

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Uncommon Sense: New Matilda Editor Reports from Kangaroo Island

“I’ve been a journalist for many years, and covered many bushfires, but I’ve never seen anything like this.”

New Matlida editor Chris Graham, who is currently on Kangaroo Island, known as the world’s…

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Analysis Paralysis: Five Hosts, 50 of the Greatest Albums of the Decade

Five hosts, each with a list of their favourite ten albums of the past decade. That’s fifty albums to go over in an hour’s time! Can the Analysis Paralysis team – Tess Lawley…

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Caught in a Celluloid Jam: From Mass Comedy to LA Punk with Iconic Filmmaker Penelope Spheeris

Plato’s Cave regular Sally Christie talks to iconic independent filmmaker, producer and screenwriter Penelope Spheeris. Penelope describes how her filmmaking lane for punk documentaries and dramas comes from a wider interest in human…

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Breakfasters: An Update from Animals Australia

Director of Development at leading animal protection organisation Animals Australia Louise Bonomi tells fill-in Breakfasters Dan Teitelbaum, Steph Teitelbaum and Jason Moore what Animals Australia’s role has been during the bushfires, and what…

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Where Yo Is?: Bruce Milne and Clinton Walker Reflect on Their Early Years at Triple R

Bruce Milne and Clinton Walker lock in for a very special episode of Where Yo Is?, where the old pals reflect on broadcasting together at Triple R in the late ’70s and…


Maps: Mclusky Frontman Andy Falkous on Crowds, Melbourne, and Eating Crisps Backstage

Ahead of their second show at The Corner, Mclusky “head honcho” Andy “Falco” Falkous phones in from Brisbane to chat with fill-in host Kate Kingsmill about all manner of things, including listening to…

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Under The Sun: Amanda Palmer Joins Jonathan Alley for a Two-Hour Takeover and Plays the Ukulele Live

Seven years after the release of her second solo album, Amanda Palmer is back with a personal new record and accompanying one-woman show, both titled There Will Be No Intermission.

The Dresden Doll…

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Faster Horses: Looking at a New NGV Exhibition and Questions of Sustainability in Fashion

Jess Lilley brings local design to the forefront in her summer program Faster Horses, which will run throughout January. In her inaugural episode for this year, Jess takes a look at the…

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Breakfasters: Where You Can Catch Janet A Macleod’s Hilarity this Summer

Janet A Macleod, aka the “fairy godmother of Melbourne comedy” and former Triple R host, joins the fill-in Breakfastersteam to give us the run-down on her forthcoming show, Saturday Laughternoon, which will…

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The Mission: NITV's Madeline Hayman-Reber Discusses the Impact of Bushfires on First Nations Communities

Award-winning NITV journalist and proud Gomeroi woman Madeline Hayman-Reber joins Declan Furber Gillick, aka Gizmo D, filling in for Daniel James on The Mission, to discuss her coverage of First Nations communities…

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Anti Future: Julian Assange’s Father John Shipton in Conversation

The Anti Future team have a rare, longform conversation with Julian Assange’s father John Shipton. They discuss: the conditions of HM Prison Belmarsh in the UK, where Assange is currently being held; the…

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Summer Breakfasters: Explainer on US-Iran tensions

Dr Raihan Ismail from ANU joins Summer Breakfasters with Toby Halligan, Monique Sebire and Nicole Karidis to provide some important insights into the escalating tensions between Iran and the United States following the…