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The Grapevine: How To Eat Fish Sustainably

With the spotlight returning to sustainable seafood off the back off Richard Flanagan’s new book on the Tasmanian salmon industry and the new Netflix doc Seaspiracy, The Grapevine chats to the Australian…

Interview
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Breakfasters: Making The ‘See What You Made Me Do’ TV Series

Walkley Award-winning investigative journalist Jess Hill joins Breakfasters to discuss the SBS TV adaptation of her Stella Prize-winning book on the crisis of domestic abuse in Australia, See What You Made Me Do

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Uncommon Sense: Richard Beasley SC On The Death Of The Murray-Darling Basin

Barrister Richard Beasley SC points out that “most Australians live in capital cities [...and] it’s not that they don’t care about our environment, but they don’t get to see what’s happening”. So they’re…

Interview
Dr Emma Lee

The Mission: Dr Emma Lee On Proposed Changes To School Curriculum To Learn About Colonisation As Invasion For The First Time

Dr Emma Lee is a trawlwulwuy woman of tebrakunna country, north-east Tasmania. She is Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Fellow at Swinburne University. She talks with host of The Mission Daniel James…

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Professor Sandy O'sullivan

The Mission: Professor Sandy O'Sullivan On Opposition To Critical Race Theory

Professor Sandy O’Sullivan is a Wiradjuri (Aboriginal), transgender/non-binary person and the co-vice-president of the Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association. They speak with Mission host Daniel James against opposition by some on…

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The Score: Ziggy Ramo On Mental Health And Aboriginal Rights

“Silence no longer serves us.”

The Score’s Samira Farah invites Ziggy Ramo to share his thoughts on the current state of the world.

Following the release of his album Black Thoughts last…

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HP Boyz Join Good Static

Hailing from Hampton Park, the aptly named HP Boyz are about to start their first-ever Australian tour. HP Onit chats to Good Static host Paul Gorrie about their influences and what makes them…

Interview
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Breakfasters: Bighouse Dreaming With Declan Furber Gillick

In 2016, Arrernte artist Declan Furber Gillick was living back home in Alice Springs, working in an Aboriginal Legal Aid service. This was the time that Four Corners aired its investigation into the…

Interview
Babe Rainbow

The Cave: The Changing Colours Of Babe Rainbow

With the upcoming release of their new record Changing Colours, Byron Bay psych-rockers The Babe Rainbow are in Victoria playing shows with Bananagun. Calling in before their gig at the Torquay Hotel…

Interview
Monica Bell

Uncommon Sense: Pursuing Police Reform and Racial Justice in the U.S. With Monica Bell

Dr Monica Bell, associate professor of law and sociology at Yale University joins Amy to discuss the brutal murder of George Floyd and the trial of Derek Chauvin, which made global headlines in…

Interview
Nyadol Nyuon

Nyadol Nyuon Joins Areej Nur On ALL CAPS' Debut Episode

Lawyer and human rights advocate Nyadol Nyuon has been busy. First emerging on the public stage as an advocate for the African-Australian community, she is now a regular commentator and writer with a…

Interview
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Local &/Or General: Ring The Bells With Cale Sexton

The Federation Bells are an installation location in Birrarung Marr that can be heard daily. There’s an accompanying website that lets anyone compose music for the Federation Bells by downloading a sample pack…

Interview
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Album Of The Week Artist Ajak Kwai Joins The Good, The Dub & The Global

Ajak Kwai is all about community – broadcasting on PBS and 3CR, volunteering in communities in Victoria and interstate, and writing lyrics speaking to young people. The South Sudanese singer joins Systa BB…

Interview
Angie Abdilla

Byte Into IT: Indigenous Design Practice

In 2016, it became clear to Palawa/Trawlwoolway woman Angie Abdilla that new and emerging tech design was skewed to middle-aged white men or reductive groups. To counter this, she founded Old Ways, New…

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Beat Orgy: A Tribute To Anita Lane

Steve Cross honours the musical legacy of Anita Lane, who sadly recently passed away. This two-hour tribute features songs she recorded, songs she wrote, and songs she covered. Be sure to keep an…

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Maps: Bringing Biochemical Art To Music Video With Time For Dreams

Time For Dreams’ Amanda Roff says she forms bands “at the pub on a regular basis and not many of them stick”. Tom Carlyon, the other half of Time For Dreams, is the…

Interview
Tangled Shoelaced

Neon Sunset: Tangled Shoelaces’ High School Music

The members of the new wave band Tangled Shoelaces were aged between 10 and 14 when they formed in suburban Brisbane in 1980. Over a period of four years, they went from recording…

Interview
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Backstory: Negotiating The Limits Of Language With Anwen Crawford

An elegy is a poem of reflection, often lamenting the dead. Anwen Crawford says her latest book – an elegy – is “trying to make up for an absence that can’t be, well…

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Teenage Hate: CIVIC Chat About Their Debut LP, Future Forecast

Melbourne punks CIVIC drop the studio to chat about their long-awaited debut album Future Forecast. Coming off the back of their EP New Vietnam and a string of singles, the band’s debut…

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The Australian Mood: The Apartments’ A Life Full Of Farewells Re-issued

After years of thinking the master tapes were lost forever, Australian chamber pop band The Apartments have recovered them and re-issued A Life Full Of Farewells. Peter Milton Walsh joins The Australian Mood