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Big House Dreaming

Bighouse Dreaming

Offering valuable insight into the Indigenous experience of schooling, the justice system and the continuing influence of colonisation, Bighouse Dreaming debuts at the Melbourne Fringe Festival as part of Deadly Fringe. Writer and…

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Constant Mongrel

Constant Mongrel are Living in Excellence

The Melbourne punk ratbags join Teenage Hate to chat about their upcoming new album, and their first LP in five years, Living in Excellence.

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Spencer P Jones

Biggsy and Neil Remember Spencer P. Jones

In this episode of Max Headroom, Tony Biggs recollects sharehousing with the late, great Spencer P. Jones; Neil Rogers tells us about the Spencer P. Jones rooftop gig at the old Triple…

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Melbourne Fringe

Discover the 2018 Melbourne Fringe Program with Richard Watts

It’s the first day of Melbourne Fringe Festival! Dunno where to start with the ‘veritable shitload’ of shows? Let Melbourne Fringe Living Legend, The Richard Watts, guide your fringe-loving soul with the help…

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The Beths on Golden Age of Piracy

The Beths Share Their ‘Formative Five’

Rad New Zealand band The Beths shared their ‘Formative Five’ (tunes that changed them forever) on The Golden Age of Piracy. Prepare thyself for some classic Pixies, Weezer and more.

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Solli Raphael

Solli Raphael slam poet on The Glasshouse

At just 13 years of age Solli Raphael is an Australian champion slam poet and has just published his first book called Limelight. He speaks passionately about social equality, sustainability and the…

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Yeni Kuti on The Rap

Yeni Kuti on The Rap

Yeni Kuti, acclaimed Nigerian dancer, choreographer and the eldest daughter of Fela Kuti joins Areej on The Rap. Yeni shares how she has kept her father’s legacy alive by establishing the Felabration festival…

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Ben Lawrence Ghosthunter

Ghosthunter on Breakfasters

Film maker Ben Laurance, joins The Breakfasters to chat about his new documentary Ghosthunter. Ben was curious to follow Jason King, a security guard with a hobby for ghost hunting, however he didn’t…

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School Damage - Local and/or General

School Damage on Local and/or General

Carolyn and Jake of local indie goofballs School Damage joined Jason on Local and/or General to chat about their delightfully zany new album A to X and their string of upcoming shows. School…

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Mia Timpano on Breakfasters

‘Speaking of Which’ and the Science of Conversation

3RRR’s own Mia Timpano is obsessed with conversation. So much so she joined Breakfasters to converse about her new interactive comedy lecture Speaking of Which: The Science of Conversation. According to Mia…

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Amy Mullins with Julian Burnside

Julian Burnside on Uncommon Sense

Julian Burnside is a barrister and long-time human rights advocate. Barrister Julian Burnside QC joined Amy in the studio to discuss the threats to multiculturalism in Australia, which is the topic of his…

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Thalamos on Zero-G

‘Thalamos’ on Zero-G

Andrew Jaksch and Scott Robson are the creative duo behind Thalamos, the new Australian short film about an astronaut stranded on Mars. Since its release Andrew and Scott’s debut project has been…

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Nicola Gunn - Working With Children

Children, Sexuality, Ambiguity and the Human Body

The provocateur and monologuist Nicola Gunn joins the Breakfasters to chat about the world premiere of her new show, Working With Children. Inspired by both her contemporaries’ anecdotes and her own personal experiences…

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Scott and Charlene's Wedding - Neon Sunset

Scott and Charlene’s Wedding on Neon Sunset

Ahead of this weekend’s Country Daze festival in Castlemaine, Craig and Ela sit down on Neon Sunset to chat about their band’s rotating cast of members and maturing into the mid-30s single scene.

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Aretha Franklin - Stolen Moments

Rest in Jazz Aretha Franklin

To commemorate the passing of Aretha Franklin, Stolen Moments’ John Bailey shares songs from her incredibly powerful back catalogue. Hear some unreleased gems as well as songs from the many artists who have…

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Community Kraut Day

Fermentation Fun on Eat It

Community Kraut Day celebrates all things nutrition with educational discussions on Sauerkraut and classes on how to prepare it yourself. Event organiser Ivy Lane recently chatted to Cameron about the health benefits of…

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Kit Richards

Geraldine Hickey's Max Headroom Comedy Special

Gez invited a bunch of her favourite local comics to join her in the Performance Space for an ace night of gags and songs. Listen back to chortle-inducing bits from the likes of…

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Neighbourhood Youth

‘Stay Safe’ with Neighbourhood Youth

The local indie rock quartet Neighbourhood Youth’s Sam Nathan and Liam Jenkins paid Monique Sebire a visit on Out On The Patio to chat about Vietnam, the launch of their new single ‘Stay…

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Muniak Mulana

Future Spirit on The Glasshouse

Muniak Mulana in the Yorta Yorta dialect translates to Future Spirit. It is also the title of a new production debuting at Melbourne’s Fringe Festival later this month. Co-creator and performer Neil Morris…

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The Lemon Twigs

Lemon Twigs’ Formative Five

Michael D’Adderio, one half of eclectic New York rock duo The Lemon Twigs, shared his ‘Formative Five’­—five songs that helped shape his musical outlook—with The Golden Age of Piracy’s Tristen Harris. Tracks…