Danielle K. Kilgo

The Rap: How The Media’s Framing Of The Unrest In Minneapolis Will Shape The Public’s View Of Protests

Danielle K. Kilgo, Assistant Professor of Journalism, Equality and Diversity at the University of Minnesota, joins Areej to discuss how local media in the United States has been portraying the protests, the media’s…

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The Grapevine: Understanding The Impacts From The Loss of Local Newspapers

Margaret Simons, award-winning journalist, author and board member of Public Interest Journalism Initiative, joins Kulja to chat about the loss of local newspapers around the country and the sustainability of media models. Margaret…


The WIP Project On Full Circle

The WIP Project is a free online database of female and gender non-conforming (GNC) dance music artists and industry professionals. The database aims to unite bookers, artists and the wider dance community in…

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Glenn Thompson From Custard Joins The Australian Mood

Glenn Thompson from Custard joins Neil Rogers to talk about their new album, Respect All Lifeforms. It marks the 30-year anniversary of the band. He tells Neil that even though the accompanying tour…

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Breakfasters: A Guide To This Year’s St Kilda Film Festival With Festival Director Richard Sowanda

In his first year as Festival Director of the St Kilda Film Festival, Richard Sowanda has been thrown in the deep end with the festival being forced to move completely online for 2020…

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Off the Record: Mark Seymour Talks About How His New Album ‘Slow Dawn’ Came Together

When Mark Seymour started writing songs a few years ago he didn't even know he was writing an album. “I kept getting these hints from my manager,” Mark says on Off The Record

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Breakfasters: Meriki Onus Discusses Saturday’s Stop Black Deaths In Custody Protest Rally

Meriki Onus is a Gunnai and Gunditjmara woman and a co-founder of Warriors Of The Aboriginal Resistance, one the organisers of Saturday’s Stop Black Deaths In Custody protest rally. Meriki explains the importance…

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The Glasshouse: Aunty Fay Muir On ‘Respect’, Her New Book For Kids

Beth AQ talks to writer, educator and Boonwurrung Elder Aunty Fay Muir about Respect, the first in a new series of children’s books she’s writing called Our Place. A collaboration with…

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Byte Into IT: How To Be Free In An Age of Surveillance

As a result of the pandemic, many of us are spending a lot more time online than normal and potentially downloading the government's contact tracing app, pushing concerns over privacy to centre stage…

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Eat It: Worksmith Director Jack Hawkins Tells Us About ‘Tipjar’, A Relief Fund For Australia’s Hospitality Industry

Jack Hawkins, director of hospitality hub and workspace Worksmith, has made a name for himself connecting Melbourne’s hospitality industry and providing support for those in it.

With the industry now in tatters, due…

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Breakfasters: How To Support The Save Our Scene Campaign

Melbourne boasts more live music venues per capita than any other city in the world. Now the city’s iconic music venues have published an open letter to the Victorian government to launch SOS…

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Breakfasters: Warwick Thornton In Conversation

Award-winning filmmaker, screenwriter and cinematographer Warwick Thornton, whose vast work includes Samson and Delilah, Sweet Country and season two of Mystery Road, talks about his latest project: The Beach, a…

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Eva Lubulwa June 2020

Highly Melanated: Eva Talks To Judith Heard And Much More

“It’s up to all of us to start making a difference.” In this week’s episode of Highly Melanated, Eva Lubulwa reflects on being “officially racially tired”, shares a poem from her father…

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National Native Title Council CEO Jamie Lowe Joins The Mission

On Sunday 24 May, mining giant Rio Tinto blasted a cave in Juukan Gorge in the Hamersley Range in Western Australia, destroying the only inland site in the country to show signs of…

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Allara Joins Out On The Patio

Yorta Yorta musician, composer and filmmaker Allara joins Monique to tell us about the inspiration behind her new release, “Murnong Farm”.

Photo: Michelle Grace Hunder

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The Grapevine: Remembering Jack Mundey

Jack Mundey, often called the father of urban environmentalism, recently died at the age of 90. Although better known in Sydney than Melbourne, his influence has been felt across the country and around…

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Breakfasters: Sarah Smith Shares Some Exciting News!

Sarah Smith makes a very special announcement. After trying (unsuccessfully) to buy a pregnancy test without running into anyone she knows, she’s discovered she is indeed pregnant – and now that she no…

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Radio Marinara: Dallas D’Silva Explains The Giant Spider Crab Migration In Port Phillip Bay

Each winter, tens of thousands of spider crabs make their way to the Port Phillip Bay shallows to shed their shells, in one of the greatest animal migrations on the planet. 

Dallas D’Silva…

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Mixed Signals: Local Magic Pop Artist Witching Hour Tells Us How She Turned A Spell Into A Song

Claire Quartz, aka Witching Hour, phones in at the witching hour, having just released her second single “Colourblind”. Claire tells Mixed Signals, “That particular song is an exploration of dishonest and manipulative…

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Off The Record: The Ghosts of Steve Earle

Brian Wise chats with the legendary country musician – and theatre aficionado – Steve Earle about his new LP, The Ghosts of West Virginia. Centred around the 2010 Upper Big Branch Mine…