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Paul Cook, owner of North Melbourne’s Heartland Records, gives the Record Store Day 2018 lowdown to the Breakfasters team.
Richard chats with choreographer Anouk van Dijk about her latest contemporary dance piece with Chunky Move, Common Ground.
Psychologist and writer Gina Perry drops in to chat about her new book The Lost Boys: inside Muzafer Sherif’s Robbers Cave Experiments.
Don Watson joins Uncommon Sense to chat about his piece in The Monthly on Australia becoming a republic.
The Superfluity team farewell Scott Edgar live in the RRR Performance Space
Irish comedian, David O’Doherty joins Breakfasters to talk his new MICF show, You Have to Laugh.
Melbourne musician, Michael Beach sat down with Kulja and Dylan on The Grapevine to discuss his new solo track for the upcoming Split Singles Club.
Professor of philosophy, Rob Wilson joined Kulja and Dylan to discuss the atrocities of forced sterilisation and his new doco, Surviving Eugenic.
The Breakfasters are joined by director Naira Sen to talk about her new documentary The Song Keepers.
This week Nokia, Rainbow, Consoles and more!
Associate professor at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health Marie Bismark, joins Einstein A Go-Go to talk health care complaints.
Katalyst from the hip-hop duo joins Chris Gill to chat about their latest record, Wild World.
Join Sara Bosch and Leah Teschendorff as they celebrate 20 years of the Spanish indie label on Max Headroom.
Coordinator of Young Workers Centre Keelia Fitzpatrick discusses the epidemic of wage theft being perpetrated by businesses on Breakfasters.
Political philosopher and author Dr Dan Halliday discusses economic justice and his book The Inheritance of Wealth with Amy Mullins.
Meg Remy, AKA U.S. Girls, chatted with Anthony Carew about her new LP, In A Poem Unlimited, touring, and being an American ex-pat.
Jon Michell from The Ancients stops by to chat about their new album Frozen Aisle.
Courtney Barnett stops by to chat about her upcoming album Tell Me How You Really Feel on Maps
Larissa Dubecki shares how the iconic Australian spread is making its way on to gourmet menus.
Authors and comedians Mandy and Ellen spoke about their new book on Banana Lounge Broadcasting.
Gurrumul collaborator, Michael Hohnen joins Breakfasters to chat about the upcoming doco detailing the life of the late indigenous singer-songwriter.
Swedish folk duo on their latest album and some pressing contemporary topics.
Climate scientist, Dr Joelle Gergis phoned into The Grapevine to discuss her latest book, Sunburnt Country.
This week Harpoons, Birds, Goat and more!
Celebrate 25 years of Triple R's tech show Byte In It with a live broadcast from the Melbourne Knowledge Week Hub on Wednesday May 9th!