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JVG Radio Method

Sunday 2pm-4pm

22nd Apr 18

Clio Renner drops in for a chat about the launch for her debut EP, 'Something Left to Leave Behind', and performs some of her songs live in the studio.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

23rd Apr 18

General Manager of The Immigration Museum, Rohini Kappadath, comes in to chat about new exhibition Ghandi: An Immigrant; plus Andrew "Donno" Donnison with the weekly sports wrap, and Toby Halligan with politics - this week casting his eye on the revelations coming to light during The Royal Commission into misconduct in the banking and financial services industries.


The Grapevine

Monday 9am-12pm

23rd Apr 18

Tim Norton, Head of Campaigns at Save the Children, drops in to chat about the refugee sponsorship campaign they’ve recently launched in conjunction with a range of other NGOs. Author Anita Heiss talks her recently released anthology, Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia. Producer Trevor Birney chats about Alex Gibney’s documentary No Stone Unturned, which will be screening at the Irish Film Festival in Melbourne. Dave Arden, musician and organiser of Rock4Rotz, a fundraiser gig at the Tote Hotel on 27 April, drops in to chat about the event, and performs live on air. Plus, Dr David Nichols, Associate Professor in Urban Planning at the University of Melbourne, drops in for his regular urban history segment.


Room With a View

Monday 12pm- 1pm

23rd Apr 18

Cameron Dorizzi and Rudi Ellis present this week’s show. Guy Cunningham, Victorian roller derby commentator, drops in to discuss Australian roller derby and its growing popularity. Plus Loretta Bolotin, co-founder of non-for-profit social enterprise Free to Feed drops in to speak about the food-oriented initiative. A representative from the Cat Protection Society of Victoria will drop in for a chat as well.


Zero G

Monday 1pm- 2pm

23rd Apr 18

Dr. Rachael Livermore joins Rob and Megan to discuss Big Screen Science – a presentation and discussion on how space is portrayed in cinema which is happening at Cinema Nova.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

24th Apr 18

Middle East expert Marika Sosnowski talks to the team about the latest on Syria; Vanessa Toholka drops the 'Tech Talk" on emojis - why and how we use them; and Elizabeth Flux reviews the new book from writer Philippa Sandall, Seafurrers: The Ships' Cats Who Lapped And Mapped The World.


Uncommon Sense

Tuesday 9am, Tuesday 10am, Tuesday 11am

24th Apr 18

Joan Beaumont, co-editor of the book Serving Our Country, chats about the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s participation in Australian defence forces. Stuart Kells chats about his co-authored book, The Big Four: The Curious Past and Perilous Future of the Global Accounting Monopoly. Plus, New Matilda politics correspondent Ben Eltham drops in with the weekly politics wrap.


Banana Lounge Broadcasting

Tuesday 12pm-2pm

24th Apr 18

Vaya and Kate from the award-winning Neighbours recap podcast 'Neighbuzz’ join the show for a chat.


The Good, The Dub & The Global

Tuesday 2pm-4pm

24th Apr 18

Members of The Melbourne Ska Orchestra visit the studio to talk their One Year of Ska show at The Night Cat on 28 April.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

25th Apr 18

Join fill-in presenters Gerard Elson, Jess Lilley, and Matt Stewart for music, news and conversation, and a chat with Anna Bourozikas, the festival director of The Setting Sun Film Festival in Yarraville.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

26th Apr 18

Film reviewer Simone Ubaldi joins the team to share her thoughts about Avengers: Infinity War; and Birdman makes his monthly appearance, sharing furry, feathered news straight outta bird world.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

27th Apr 18

Director John V. Soto chats to the team about his new sci-fi thriller The Gateway, which stars Jacqueline McKenzie and Myles Pollard; and Racerag rip it right up for 'Breakfasters Live.'


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