Interview
Vintage Computers

Decoding the New Triple R Website

Byte Into IT hosts Warren Davies and Jo Eaton go behind the screens with Icelab, the Melbourne design studio that gave us our new online look.

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Anne Manne on Uncommon Sense

Anne Manne on Uncommon Sense

Philosopher and author Anne Manne has just released a chapter in a new book, 'Mothers and the Quest for Social Justice', that explores the nuances of caregiving, which she says is a grossly…

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Damian Hill in West of Sunshine

Remembering Damian Hill on Superfluity

Local actor Damian Hill, best known for his roles in feature films Pawno and West of Sunshine, passed away last week. Friend of Damian and Superfluity co-host Clem Bastow took a moment…

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Eggistentialism

Joanne Ryan gets ‘eggsistential’ on Breakfasters

We know that gender inequalities can affect our reproductive rights, but how do these everyday inequalities affect our reproductive attitudes? Joanne Ryan explores questions like this and more in her latest show Eggsistentialism

Interview
Stetson Family

Celebrating Ten Years of The Stetson Family on Twang

It’s been ten years of The Stetson Family! The local bluegrass outfit were distinguished guests on Twang where they reminisced over being a band for a decade. Notable highlights included: meeting each other…

Interview
Terry on Neon Sunset

Terry on Neon Sunset

Who is Terry? Not even they know. And by ‘they’, we mean the actual band whose name is Terry. All we know is that they’re a four-piece garage band from Melbourne consisting of…

Interview
Johann Hari

Author Johann Hari on Uncommon Sense

Is the drug war fuelled by concern for the general populace or is it just an excuse to attack certain demographics who are seen as deviating from the dominant status quo? British author…

Interview
Jirga on Breakfasters

Benjamin Gilmour and Sam Smith Discuss Jirga on Breakfasters

Jirga tells the story of a former Australian soldier who returns to Afghanistan seeking clemency from the family of an innocent civilian he killed during combat. Director Benjamin Gilmour and actor Sam Smith…

Feature Segment
Rachid Taha

The Good, The Dub & The Global Pays Tribute to Rachid Taha

The music world is mourning the recent and tragic death of Algerian/French singer and global sensation Rachid Taha. A disruptor, a visionary and a prolific artist, Rachid’s influence on music cannot be understated…

Interview
Kon Karapanagiotidis on The Grapevine

Kon Karapanagiotidis joins The Grapevine

From a shopfront in Footscray to a $13 million charity helping thousands of asylum seekers every year, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre has flourished under the passion and guidance of its founder Kon…

Interview
Sandy Greenwood on Breakfasters

Sandy Greenwood on Breakfasters

From the time when mob weren’t allowed to leave the Christian Mission to the era of the Stolen Generation, Sandy Greenwood’s family has experienced generations of upheaval and challenge. Her new one-woman show…

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Rick E. Vengeance

Remembering Rick E. Vengeance

Some really sad news: former Triple R broadcaster Rick E. Vengeance passed away on Friday night. Our love and thoughts go out to his family, friends and fans. Rick was on air for…

Interview
Gaz Coombes

Gaz Coombes on Far and Wide

Gaz Coombes joined Steve Wide to chat about establishing himself as a solo artist after his success as the frontman of the legendary Britpop outfit Supergrass. Gaz talked about the internal pressures Supergrass…

Interview
David Bridie on Vital Bits

David Bridie Performs Live on Vital Bits

Australian musician David Bridie (My Friend the Chocolate Cake; Not Drowning, Waving) joined Vital Bits for a chat as well as a live performance ahead of his show at the Spiegeltent in St…

Interview
Out On The Patio

Oh Pep! on Out On The Patio

Monique Sebire spoke to Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs of Melbourne folk duo Oh Pep! about their new LP I Wasn’t Only Thinking About You …, traveling, audiences here and there, and…

Interview
Breakfasters

There’s something about extraverts

The Breakfasters team chatted with Luke Smillie, Senior Lecturer in Personality Psychology at the University of Melbourne, about how studies have revealed that happiness is more closely related to personality than to more…

Interview
Murder Village

Murder Village on Backstory

What happens when you combine the intricately planned murder mysteries of Agatha Christie with a spontaneous improv crew? Cue Murder Village, a Melbourne Fringe show which takes comfortable crime to the limits. Improv…

Interview
Papaphilia

Soft Centre Preview on Double Bounce

Housemates Papaphilia and Mosy 333 share a lot of similarities: both are earthy Capricorns, dance in the same way, and have been recently collaborating for the upcoming Sydney experimental festival Soft Centre. The…

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Grey Matters

Matiu Bush Discussing Loneliness on Greening the Apocalypse

Do you know about the healing power of a hug? Matiu Bush does and he’s working to promote social interactions for the elderly via One Good Street, an organisation that seeks to reduce…

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Stuart Daulman

Death of a Daulman on Breakfasters

In his latest show for Melbourne Fringe Festival, Stuart Daulman brings the idea of death to life. The show involves Stuart impersonating people from his life and imagining what they’d have to say…