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Joe talks about his experiences making the band’s latest album
He joined Greening the Apocalypse to discuss development and community invigoration
Dr Jen discusses the phenomenon for the Breakfasters ‘Weird Science’ segment
They stopped by the RRR Performance Space to play lve during Banana Lounge Broadcasting.
He stopped by the Triple R Performance Space to play a live-to-air set during The International Pop Underground.
Osamah Sami dropped by Breakfasters to chat about his new play.
Detroit producer and performer Black Milk dropped by to chat with Eva Lubulwa on POCNESS.
Biostatistician Dr Karen Lamb joined Einstein A Go-Go to chat about her recent projects.
We have a limited number of these awesome Livewire t-shirts left after their 10th Birthday live-to-air last weekend...
This week Syrup, Dissolve, Fantasy and more!
A new film explores the growing prevalence of insects as a viable source of food, on the Breakfasters.
Dr. Denis Dragovic, UN consultant and expert on refugee affairs, joins The Grapevine.
The man behind the UK electroclash band Playgroup joins Woody McDonald for a chat.
Sunita Varlamos of Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust visits Breakfasters with a whole new immersive way to tour the Melbourne Cemetery.
On Queer the Way, Adam Christou talks to cultural critic Katherine Cross about how video games help people explore their queer identities.
Paul Thomson from Franz Ferdinand chats about his ‘Formative Five’ on The Golden Age of Piracy.
William Yang joins Richard Watts to chat about his performance The Story Only I Can Tell on SmartArts
Sports journalist and author Sam Lane discussed AFLW and her new book, ROAR.
The Greening the Apocalypse team return for 2018 and talk about what caught their eye over the break.
Melbourne-based dark-wave duo Mollusc come by to talk about their final show.
Muriel Bamblett, CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency joined Breakfasters to discuss the anniversary.
Elena Tsalanidis and Alex Dworjanyn of Victorian Women Lawyers dropped by Uncommon Sense to have a chat.
This week Mollusc, Boots, Sunshine and more!
The Breakfasters chat with Jenny Hocking about her latest piece for the Griffith Review, ‘Relics Of Colonialism’.
with special guests Hoss and Bitch Diesel.