Festival of the Photocopier 2021

Celebrating Zine Culture On The Glasshouse

Since the 1980s, zines have been at the forefront of counterculture. Now in its tenth year, the Festival of the Photocopier Zine Fair is back at it – online this time – and…

Julie McInnes

Einstein A Go-Go: Getting To Know The Marine Animals Of Macquarie Island

Dr. Shane speaks with Julie McInnes about her latest findings on Macquarie Island, 1500km southwest of Hobart, and the effects of COVID-19 on scientific research at outposts around Antarctica. Using DNA meta-barcoding, the…

Professor Bob Wong

Radio Marinara: How Pharmaceuticals In Waterways Are Affecting Wildlife

Professor Bob Wong talks to Bron Burton and Dr. Beach about how medication used to help humans and our pets is affecting wildlife in and around waterways, with up to 70 different pharmaceuticals…

Nala Mansell

The Mission: Nala Mansell On The Return Of The Apology To The Tasmanian Aboriginal Community For The Theft of Ancient Artefacts

The Royal Society of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery have apologised ahead of the return of 14,000-year-old Aboriginal artefacts to their original site. The apology was a culmination of decades…

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Archie Roach On Still Here

Still Here host Neil Morris talks to Archie Roach. They discuss Archie’s upcoming show Tell Me Why (the last time the show will be performed with a full live band in Melbourne) and…

YL Hooi

Full Circle: YL Hooi & The Journey From Tape To Wax

Untitled, the debut album by local electronica artist YL Hooi, was Triple R’s Album of the Week just last week. Initially released through Altered States Tapes as a cassette in late 2019…

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Rest In Jazz Chick Corea

Stolen Moments’ John Bailey pays tribute to legendary American jazz composer, bandleader and musician Chick Corea, who passed away ealier this month.

Photo: Ice Boy Tell (CC BY-SA 4.0)

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The Grapevine: Jeff Sparrow Discusses Facebook And More

Trying to get your head around Facebook’s restriction of Australian news? Jeff Sparrow – former Breakfaster and Lecturer in the Centre for Advancing Journalism at Melbourne University – dives into the many issues…

Dr Jason Agostino

The Mission: Dr Jason Agostino On The Plans In Place For The COVID Vaccine Roll-out To First Nation Communities

Dr Jason Agostino is a GP and an epidemiologist who has worked mainly in the field of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and is a medical advisor at the National Aboriginal Community…

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Dr Hannah McCann Joins Queer View Mirror

In the cafe at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), there’s an art installation entitled Boudoir Bablyon, created by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Sibling Architecture. Dr Hannah McCann (Senior Lecturer in Cultural…

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Good Fortune: On Nature And Intuition With Electronic Artist Yu Su

On her first Good Fortune of 2021, Jazz Feldy chats with Chinese-born, Vancouver-based DJ, producer, and sound artist Yu Su about her debut LP Yellow River Blue. Yu Su explains how she’s…

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Stolen Moments: Tamil Rogeon On Mixing Viola And Spiritual Jazz

Stolen Moments regular Tamil Rogeon calls in to to chat all about his new album Son of Nyx. Hesitantly described as “the world’s first viola-led spiritual jazz album”, the record brings together…

Sonia Bible on Primal Screen

Primal Screen: Re-examining The Witch Of Kings Cross With Sonia Bible

Stories of controversial Sydney artist Rosaleen Norton, and allegations of satanic rituals, obscene art and sex orgies, filled tabloid magazines in the 1950s. Director Sonia Bible came across these stories while researching for…

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International Pop Underground: Mary Timony’s Solo Debut, Mountains, 20 Years On

Mary Timony has had a long career in music. She was a teenager in Washington, D.C., in the late-1980s when she formed her first band, Autoclave, with future Slant 6/Quix*o*tic leader Christina Billotte…

The Mission: Jadah Pleiter On The New Deadly And Proud Campaign

Jadah Pleiter, a Palyku woman from north-west Australia, speaks to Mission host Daniel James about 'Deadly & Proud', a new campaign encouraging truthful storytelling from Aboriginal Victorians and Traditional Owners of Country. It…

Call Of The Reed Warbler

Uncommon Sense: Why Regenerative Agriculture Is The Solution To Some Of Our Biggest Crises

Regenerative farmer and author Charles Massey joins the program to discuss the ideas presented in his (recently updated and re-released) book, Call Of The Reed Warbler: A New Agriculture, A New Earth. In…

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Breakfasters: Carly Findlay On Growing Up Disabled In Australia

Author and appearance activist Carly Findlay joins Breakfasters to share what she learnt from editing the new anthology Growing Up Disabled In Australia, the fifth book in the highly-acclaimed, best-selling series from…

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Far and Wide: Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite Keeps The Love Going

Stuart Braithwaite from Scottish post-rock lifers Mogwai joins Steve Wide to chat all about their new record, As The Love Continues. Recorded during the pandemic with their producer on the other side…

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Mooncake’s Very First Guest Mix From The Analog Girl

Singaporean electronic artist The Analog Girl is the first guest to share a live mix on Mooncake with Small FRY.

Carefully compiled to showcase Asian musicians who have inspired her own sound and…

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Twang: Tracy McNeil Gets Back On Road

After years of splitting her time between work and music, Tracy McNeil decided to go all in on her dreams. She quit her teaching job, sold all of her furniture and set out…