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Columnist and Author Monica Dux dropped by Breakfasters to chat about the Feminist Writers Festival.
Artistic Director Sue Giles joined SmartArts to celebrate 40 years of making theatre for children.
Nai Palm joined Mon on Out On The Patio to chat Needle Paw, Hiatus Kaiyote and more.
Nasser Mashni joins the Breakfasters to discuss the 70 year anniversary of the Nakba and recent events in the region.
Anne Manne phones in to Uncommon Sense to talk about women’s unpaid work and her latest piece in The Monthly.
Hip hop artist N’Fa Jones stops by The Grapevine to chat about his gig Sensible Antixx Presents and his work as a hip hop lecturer.
Ross Holmberg of Phillip Island Nature Parks talks SealSpotter, the new online portal which allows everyday citizens to get involved in seal research.
The singer-songwriter dropped by the studios to discuss his new album, latest tour of Australia and the continuous evolution of his music.
Jonnie von Goes continued his annual tradition of celebrating mother’s day with nine guests, each mums and each performing songs about motherhood.
This week Junglepussy, Primitive, Frenemies and more!
To celebrate the PBS Radio Festival 2018, Sista Zai and Milo from the Breakfast Spread cross live to the RRR Breakfasters.
Listen back to this special concert live from the RRR Performance Sp
Join your host Neil Morris as he shares Indigenous music, opinion and interview on the debut episode.
The local punks join Annaliese to chat about their debut record, and RRR Album of the Week, New Vietnam.
We’re excited to announce a bunch of new programming changes that will kick off this month on Triple R!
The team hosted the 25th anniversary of Byte Into IT live from Melbourne Knowledge Week.
Tayla Solomon joined host Areej Nur to chat about the STEP documentary.
Dan Sultan dropped by Out On The Patio to chat about his new project and preview a song.
Ben Eltham joined the Breakfasters to discuss the Federal Budget
Talking about his new book, A Place in the Country
Legendary rock and roller Kid Congo Powers joins Vaughan on Double Bounce ahead of his Australian tour.
Vanessa Toholka schools the Breakfasters team on the world of ‘white hat’ hackers on this week’s edition of ‘Tech Talk’.
John is joined by Harry and Trent from The Seven Ups to talk influences, recording and their latest album.
British writer and journalist, Johann Hari joins Uncommon Sense to discuss his new book Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression.
This week Singularity, Wink, Dirty Computer and more!