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Under The Sun: Britt Daniel On All Things Spoon

Acclaimed American rock band Spoon are one of the most prolific outfits of the past 30 years. Their new album, Lucifer on the Sofa, was recently released – and, as ever when…

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Radiotherapy: Dr Alex Murphy Teaches Us A Bit More About The Heart

Dr Alex Murphy may say that matters of the heart were the “simplest thing at medical school”, but its importance cannot be overstated. Around 40% of heart attacks are fatal for women. Why…

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The Mission: First Nations Media During The Pandemic

In response to the pandemic, First Nations media outlets have played an important role in communicating with Indigenous people and broader audiences by providing targeted, relevant and reliable information. First Nations Media Association…

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Breakfasters: Angela Pippos On How Sport Can Champion Equality

Award-winning journalist Angela Pippos talks to Breakfasters about her 2022 Redmond Barry lecture, The Power Of Sport. With a focus on the relationship between sport and gender equality, Angela chats about how the…

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International Pop Underground: The Drama Of Keeley Forsyth’s Haunted, Minimalist Music

When Keeley Forsyth released her debut LP, Debris, in early 2020, she didn't have great expectations.

She was in her 40s. A mother of two. Who'd spent over two decades as a…

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The Mission: Latoya Aroha Rule on the Campaign to Ban Spit Hoods

Latoya Aroha Rule is a Research Associate at Jumbunna Institute and is a part of the ban spithood collective. She's joins host of the Mission, Daniel James on the campaign to ban spit…

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The Mission: Cormach Evans on the Rising Rates of Suicide in Victoria's Indigenous Community

Yorta Yorta man and founder of Strong Brother, Strong Sister, a service dedicated to improving the social and emotional wellbeing of Indigenous youth, Cormach Evans, joins host of The Mission Daniel James to…


The Cave: Dave Mason Talks Life After The Reels

Dave Mason of legendary Dubbo rock band The Reels joins Woody Mcdonald for a chat about the group’s history, the ennui of Dubbo in the 1970s, as well as his latest projects.


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Uncommon Sense: Sarah Holland-Batt On The Avoidable Crisis in Aged Care

The crisis in the Australian aged care sector is by no means new. With the Royal Commission which began in 2018, widespread issues of chemical and physical restraint, malnourishment and sexual assault were…

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The Grapevine: How To Make Gigs Accessible

After nearly two years of lockdowns and endless COVID-19 talk, folks are more than ready to welcome back live music events. But not all events and venues are accessible for music-lovers with disabilities. 


Spin Cycle: Inside The Youth-run Media Site 6 News

Over the last three years, 6 News has grown from a YouTube-based primary school project to a round-the-clock independent news site entirely staffed by young people. With reporters all across Australia (and even…

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International Pop Underground: Black Country, New Road Talk Their New LP & Departing Frontman

The release of Ants From Up There —the grand, thrilling second album for beloved English outfit Black Country, New Road— looked like it was going to be a coronation.

Fresh from their…


The Glasshouse: Veronica Gorrie On Racism And Resilience In Black and Blue

As a female Indigenous police officer in the Queensland police force Veronica Gorrie was subjected to relentless racism. Her book Black and Blue: A Memoir of Racism and Resilience has recently won the…

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Uncommon Sense: Save The John Curtin Hotel

With its lease expiring in November, The John Curtin Hotel – a pub on Lygon Street in Carlton with a rich 150-year history in Melbourne, and a staple venue of the city’s live…

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The Grapevine: Reduce, Reuse And Recycling Masks With Aleasha McCallion

Monash Sustainable Development Institute’s Aleasha McCallion, co-founder of the Circular Textiles Economy Program, joins Kulja Coulston and Dylan Bird on The Grapevine to chat about her new article on The Conversation called “Have…


Indigenuity: A Chat With Agency Projects Curator Hannah Presley

Agency Projects is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander not-for-profit organisation that celebrates and promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, culture and people.

As part of their ongoing series Untold, they are…

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International Pop Underground: San Fran's Glenn Donaldson Gets Personal —and Jangly— with The Reds, Pinks & Purples

Glenn Donaldson has a long and convoluted musical history.

The San Francisco-based indie lifer has done time in a staggering array of combos, with notable names including Jewelled Antler Collective, the Skygreen Leopards…

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International Pop Underground: Singaporean Producer Yeule on Anime, Debussy, Dissociation & Transcendental 4-Hour Tracks

On the first song on their newly-released second LP, Glitch Princess, Singaporean producer and songwriter Yeule offers a literal introduction as opening: My Name Is Nat Ćmiel.

"I just thought it…


Radio Marinara: Chris Smyth On 20 Years Of Protected Marine National Parks

Australia is known for its water. The Great Barrier Reef, Murray River, Lake Hillier – these aquatic landmarks help define the Australian landscape. So it’s funny to think that marine reserves and sanctuaries…

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International Pop Underground: Denmark's MØ on Her Life In Music, Mid-Career Reflection & New LP

After nearly a decade in the "hamster wheel" of the music industry, MØ was feeling burnt out.

After two LPs (2014's No Mythologies to Follow, 2018's Forever Neverland), high-profile collaborations (with…