Michael Gudinski

Triple R was shocked to hear about the passing of Michael Gudinski.

The Mushroom Group founder was not only a huge champion of Australian music but a big supporter of community radio and…

Daniel James And Director Stephen Maxwell Johnson Join Primal Screen

Daniel James And Director Stephen Maxwell Johnson Join Primal Screen

Daniel James, host of The Mission, joins Primal Screen to review High Ground – “an immersive northern” that Daniel says is “so immersive that sometimes it felt a little bit claustrophobic”, but…

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Eat It: On The Wagon With Brunswick Aces Gin Distillery

After a life spent enjoying the flavour and regretting the hangover, Stephen Lawrence decided to create a kind of gin that was completely alcohol-free. His soon-to-be-opened Brunswick Aces Gin Distillery is on mission…

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International Pop Underground: How Sibille Attar Returned to the Music Biz on Her Own Terms

Sibille Attar released her debut album, Sleepyhead, in 2013. It's taken the odd Swedish songwriter eight years to finally follow it up, wiith the release of her second record, A History Of

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Uncommon Sense: In Support Of The Uluru Statement, Henry Reynolds On Why First Nations Sovereignty Was Never Ceded

Acclaimed historian Professor Henry Reynolds speaks with host Amy Mullins about the historical reality of the colonisation of Australia, and why it is legally, historically, and morally clear that First Nations sovereignty was…

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Breakfasters: The Dirty On Martinis

Struggling to decide what to drink this weekend? Well, consider that struggle over because Breakfasters' resident foodie Michael Harden is here to give you the “dirty on martinis”. Allegedly his “greatest friend…

Naomi Moran

The Mission: Naomi Moran On How The Facebook Ban On Australian Media Content Affected First Nations Communities

Naomi Moran is the Vice Chair of First Nations media. Naomi Moran is a Nyangbal, Arakwal and Dunghutti woman from New South Wales, and is the General Manager of Australia’s only independent Indigenous…

Femi and Made Kuti on Get Down

Title: Get Down: The Legacy+ Of Femi And Made Kuti

Get Down’s Chris Gill welcomes Fela Kuti's son Femi and grandson Made to the show. As the “first family of Afrobeat worldwide”, Femi and Made share their thoughts on being part of…

Cape Bridgewater

Radio Marinara: Inside The Fight To Save Cape Bridgewater

Nestled in the south-western corner of the state, Cape Bridgewater is a beautiful and vital part of Victoria’s coastline. Part of the Discovery Bay Marine National Park, the Cape is considered the second…

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Maps: A Chat With Adalita

Fee B-Squared chats with local legend Adalita about her upcoming gigs at the Melbourne Town Hall for Melbourne Music Week, as well as a conversation at the Brunswick Music Festival. Adalita opens up…

Tony Briggs

Breakfasters: Celebrating Indigenous Film with the BIRRARANGGA Film Festival

Celebrating films created by and about global Indigenous peoples, the BIRRARANGGA Film Festival is a biennial festival running from 11 to 14 March at ACMI. The diverse program brings together local films with…

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The International Pop Underground: Improv, Harps And Passive Workflows -The Secrets Behind Smerz

The International Pop Underground’s Anthony Carew chats with Catharina Stoltenberg, one half of Norwegian electronic music duo Smerz, to celebrate their very first album, Believer, and to uncover the group’s creative process.

Sosefina Fuamoli

The Score: Sosefina Fuamoli Explains The Free Britney Movement

In recent years, Britney Spears’ die-hard fans have been advocating for the pop star to be freed from a conservatorship, where a court appointed her father to control her estate. The Free Britney…

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LiveWire: Joel Silbersher On The Return Of HOSS

HOSS’ Joel Silbersher calls in to LiveWire to alternately reminisce rosily about the past and look hopefully towards the future. Fresh from a year of inactivity, the Melbourne music veteran chats to Pauly…

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Celebrating Zine Culture On The Glasshouse

Since the 1980s, zines have been at the forefront of counterculture. Now in its tenth year, the Festival of the Photocopier Zine Fair is back at it – online this time – and…

Julie McInnes

Einstein A Go-Go: Getting To Know The Marine Animals Of Macquarie Island

Dr. Shane speaks with Julie McInnes about her latest findings on Macquarie Island, 1500km southwest of Hobart, and the effects of COVID-19 on scientific research at outposts around Antarctica. Using DNA meta-barcoding, the…

Professor Bob Wong

Radio Marinara: How Pharmaceuticals In Waterways Are Affecting Wildlife

Professor Bob Wong talks to Bron Burton and Dr. Beach about how medication used to help humans and our pets is affecting wildlife in and around waterways, with up to 70 different pharmaceuticals…

Nala Mansell

The Mission: Nala Mansell On The Return Of The Apology To The Tasmanian Aboriginal Community For The Theft of Ancient Artefacts

The Royal Society of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery have apologised ahead of the return of 14,000-year-old Aboriginal artefacts to their original site. The apology was a culmination of decades…

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Archie Roach On Still Here

Still Here host Neil Morris talks to Archie Roach. They discuss Archie’s upcoming show Tell Me Why (the last time the show will be performed with a full live band in Melbourne) and…

YL Hooi

Full Circle: YL Hooi & The Journey From Tape To Wax

Untitled, the debut album by local electronica artist YL Hooi, was Triple R’s Album of the Week just last week. Initially released through Altered States Tapes as a cassette in late 2019…