Uncle Andrew Gardiner

The Mission: Wurundjeri Woi-Wurring Elder Uncle Andrew Gardiner on the Decisions to Rename Marroondah Hospital and the City of Moreland

Wurundjeri Woi-Wurring Elder Uncle Andrew Gardiner joins host of the Mission to discuss the Victorian Governement's proposal to rename Marroondah Hospital after the late British Monarch Queen Elizabeth. The pair also discuss the…

Daniel Billy

The Mission: Daniel Billy on the Torres Strait Eight's Win at the UN Over Climate Action

Warraber man, Daniel Billy joins host of the Mission Daniel James, to discuss his people's historic win at the United Nations over the Morrison Government and its inaction on climate change. The pair…


Frantic Items: Alex G Calls In From Philly

Alex G has just released his ninth album, it's called God Save The Animals. The aura of his songwriting shines through on the thirteen songs, which float in divergent directions. His sister…

Silvana Estrada by Jackie Russo

International Pop Underground: Silvana Estrada Made Her Breakout LP in a Wooden House in a Forest

Silvana Estrada was born into a musical family. Her parents are luthiers: her mother builds violins and violas, her father, cellos and double basses.

Raised in Coatepec, a mountain town on the outskirts…

Marina Allen by Kathryn Vetter Miller

International Pop Underground: Californian Singer-Songwriter Marina Allen Finds Self-Acceptance in Song

Singer-songwriter Marina Allen lives, these days, in Los Angeles, but she wrote the songs for her second record, Centrifics, in a different iconic Golden State location: amongst the towering redwoods of Northern…

Brodie Murray

Banksia: Brodie Murray yarns about new play The Whisper at the upcoming Melbourne Fringe Festival

Emerging and award-winning Wamba Wamba playwright Brodie Murray joins Vanessa Morris on Banksia to talk about their work in theatre and new play The Whisper at the upcoming Melbourne Fringe Festival, as part…

Dennis Hopper's OUT OF THE BLUE

Primal Screen: John Allen Simon and Elizabeth Karr on the 4K restoration of 'Out Of The Blue'

Flick spoke with the filmmakers John Allen Simon and Elizabeth Karr who were responsible for the recent restoration of Dennis Hopper’s rarely seen but hugely influential 1980 drama, OUT OF THE BLUE which…

Michael Harden

Breakfasters: Michael Harden Breaks Down His Top Ten Cookbooks

What makes a classic cookbook? Simplicity? Accuracy? Easy-to-find ingredients? Inspired by Karen Martini’s latest book COOK, Breakfaster regular and restaurant reviewer Michael Harden provides his definitive list of classic Australian cookbooks. From institutions…

Richard Denniss 2021

Uncommon Sense: Demystifying Australia’s Economy with Dr Richard Denniss

What is causing inflation in Australia? Dr Richard Denniss from The Australia Institute chats to Amy about the current economic issues including raising interest rates, inflation, tax cuts, and wage growth. Richard discusses…

Professor Sandy O'sullivan

The Mission: Professor Sandy O'Sullivan on the Monarchy, the Crown and Imposed Grief

Professor Sandy O'Sullivan joins host of the Mission Daniel James. The pair discuss the fallout from the death of Queen's death on First Nations people across the country and their experience of vilification…

Rachel Perkins

The Mission: Rachel Perkins on Australia's Forgotten Wars

Arrernte/Kalkadoon woman and director Rachel Perkins, joins host of the Mission, Daniel James to discuss the SBS/NITV series the Australian Wars. The pair talk about true history and the history Australia still has…


How High The Moon: Feeling Connected With Yunzero

Recently releasing his new EP Butterfly DNA, Yunzero (aka Jim Sellars) joins Dan in the studio to share some tracks and have a late night chat. The two cover topics including how…

Shelley Ware

The Grapevine: What Can We Do To Make Football Fairer?

Shelley Ware is a proud Yankunytjatjara and Wirangu woman and esteemed radio and television presenter on both local and national AFLM and AFLW football news shows. Ahead of her appearance on the Fairer…


Frantic Items: Archaeoacoustics And Rhythmic Signalling With Victoria Pham

Briefly in Melbourne to present two gallery shows at Kings and West Space, polymath artist Victoria Pham came to Triple R to discuss her academic explorations into archaeacoustics and rhythmic signalling among chimpanzees…

Sampa The Great - As Above, So Below

Get Down: Sampa is Great with 'As Above, So Below'

Sampa The Great's new album As Above, So Below took shape after Sampa relocated home to Zambia during the pandemic. Lyrics reflect on memories of Africa while also looking to the future of…

Jockstrap by Maxwell Granger

International Pop Underground: Expect the Unexpected with Experimental English Duo Jockstrap

Unclassifiable London outfit Jockstrap have just released their debut album, I Love You Jennifer B. And, even for those who've followed the duo's run of four EPs, their LP remains hard to…

Oliver Sim by Casper Sejersen

International Pop Underground: The xx's Oliver Sim Embraces Radical Honesty

In Hideous, the first single and opening song from Oliver Sim's debut solo LP Hideous Bastard, The xx bassist/vocalist sings what turns out to be the thesis statement for his album…

Julia Jacklin Breaking and Entering

Breaking and Entering: Julia Jacklin Wants To Be More Generous

Julia Jacklin has just released her much anticipated third album Pre Pleasure. She joins Lauren and Simon on Breaking and Entering to discuss her latest release, reconnecting with her own music, her…

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modal melodies

Golden Age of Piracy: Modal Melodies Do Their "Formative Five"

Jake Robertson and Vio Del Conte-Race from local Synth Pop duo Modal Melodies chat to Sam Cummins about their "Formative Five", featuring synth and underground curios from home and abroad.

Bill Bailey Breakfasters

Breakfasters: Bill Bailey’s Pursuit Of Happiness

After spending lockdown writing a book on happiness, going for long charity walks and winning Strictly Come Dancing, comedian and actor Bill Bailey returns to Australia rested, revitalised and with a new…