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Brainwaves

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Brainwaves

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Challenging the mainstream, negative stereotypes of people with a mental illness ths program actively engages those living with a mental illness as researchers, interviewers, performers and program designers while promoting community mental health awareness.
 
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Showreel

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Annie McLoughlin

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Your half hour of local film news, conversations with film makers and explorations into how they bring their ideas to life on screen. Showreel promises an exciting package of film information that will set your ears buzzing.
 
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YarraBUG

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Chris, Faith, Val and Steve

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Yarra Bicycle Users Group promotes urban cycling. Providing support to campaigns to improve cycling conditions and awareness; demystifies cycling technology and helps to reveal the diversity of cyclists, from children to commuters to lobbyists.
 
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Out of the Blue

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Andrew, Erin, Heather, James and Matt.

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Information about marine and coastal environments. News and interviews with marine scientists, campaigners and conservation workers. Presented by volunteer broadcasters who are passionate about marine environments, both local and across the world.
 
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Women on the Line

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Women on the Line

Amy McMurtrie, Emma Hart, Iris Lee and Priya Kunjan & Scheherazade Bloul

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A national feminist current affairs program for community radio. A gender analysis of contemporary issues, as well as in-depth analysis by a range of women and gender diverse people around Australia and internationally. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network (CRN).
 
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Communication Mixdown

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Reema Rattan, Liam Armstrong, Carly Dober and Judith Peppard

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This show casts a critical eye on the myriad ways in which we communicate with each other in our increasingly interconnected, multi-media platform world. Each week we mix down the who, the what, the where, and the how of particular communication events, messages, trends and technologies, and then consider: what impacts and what consequences?
 
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Green Left Weekly Radio

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Green Left Weekly Radio

Green Left Weekly Radio Collective

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A weekly source of alternative information which aims to inspire action and organisation to put people and the environment first. Covering international political issues and struggles against the exploitation of the people and exposing the bias in mainstream media that preferences the power brokers and denies access to information.
 
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News and labour updates from the Asia Pacific region.In depth analysis of the new Security military alliance between Australia, UK and USA; the impact and fightback against subcontracting in Sth Korea; fire safety issues in garment factories in South Asia; the deepening political crisis in the Philippines; the effects of Covid 19 on workers health,…
 
Misty Farquhar and Cheryl Overs interviews with James McKenzie. Misty Farquhar from the Bi+ Collective Australia discusses Bi+ issues and their virtual forum Stand Bi Us, which runs September 23 to 26. Stand Bi Us forum 2021 Sex work law reform activst and advocate Cheryl Overs from Monash University's Michael Kirby Centre For Public Health and Hum…
 
Three generations are looking for inspiration and guidance to find out how to love and live. From the India ashram in the 70’s to closed societies of the future, the outcomes for these three generations, lead to very different consequences. Miles Allinson looks into the past and future in his novel ‘In Moonland’.Stephen Orr blurs the line between f…
 
Today we hear an exerpt from the AWG discussion about diversity with a panel including: Donna Chang, Commissioning Editor, SBS ScriptingGrainne Brunsdon, Head of Screen NSWSabina Giado, writer, filmmaker and consultant on Information & Cultural Exchange's Cultural Safety Risk Assessment ToolkitLaurrie Brannington-Onato, Development & Investment Man…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// News Headlines// Wiradjuri and Noongar woman Edie Shepherd spoke with Annie from 3CR’s Stick Together show to provide an update on the campaign to stop fracking in the Northern Territory, and raised concerns about government failures to protect Aboriginal communities in far west NSW from COVID-19. Edie is a senior organ…
 
Today on the show we will catch up Laura Sykes - Friends of the Earth’s Sustainable Cities collective coordinator to talk about all things transport, climate change and anew campaign that is being launched called Better Buses in Melbourne’s West.Take action to call for better buses.Take part in a day of action to call on stronger Australian targets…
 
HeadlinesWestern Bulldogs in the Grand FinalTaliban promises to Afghan womenJoel Fitzgibbon to quit federal politicsWally the WalrusWe replay an interview Phuong did with Fiona from the Housing for the Aged Action Group a couple of weeks ago about older women facing homelessness in light of the At Risk Forum 2021: Older women facing homelessness in…
 
The Australian story of Mikis Theodorakis' legendary song ZorbaMikis Theodorakis, considered by many of his country people to be the greatest Greek composer in history, died on September 2nd at his home in Athens at the age of 96. As the country mourned his passing he was remembered as a patriot and a person whose music touched generations of peopl…
 
Geo-engineering Part 1 1. What is geo-engineering?2. What types of geo-engineering are there?3. How do they work?4. What areas could they cover if implemented?5. Why should we care?6. Who will pay for them to be implemented?7. Are there any international rules to cover geo-engineering?8. What governance issues are there?9. Who will be the most affe…
 
On this weeks program Chris talks to Lucy Maloney who's originally from Melbourne, about her cycling advocacy journey, interest with urban planning, separated cycling infrastructure, riding with children, e-bikes, Vancouvers School Streets program, comparisons with VicRoads roll out of 100km of pop-up bicycle lanes, Yarra Councils previous Making S…
 
In this episode, we hear two conversations about the impacts of Australia’s border policy regime. Firstly, Renuga Inpakumar, a spokesperson for the Tamil Refugee Council, speaks about the current threat of deportation thousands of Tamil refugees face in Australia and the impacts of the pandemic on the community.Then, we hear from Nur Azizah who spe…
 
News headlines://- Fitzroy Community School outbreak//- Pop-up vaccination clinics at highschools in Victoria//- AFLM update: Melbourne vs Western Bulldogs in Grand Final// Louie Dean Valencia-Garcia speaks to James from In Ya Face. A fascism expert from Texas State University, Dean spoke about the Texas Abortion law, voter suppression, the Far Rig…
 
Adam and Davita are joined by the wonderful author Kate Hall. Kate is currently working on a dystopian novel around xenotransplantation. She provides a powerful critique of the practice of using animal-to-human transplants. She also introduces us to her protagonist Mouse by reading a few vivid excerpts from her novel in progress. Kate's published n…
 
News and labour updates from the Asia Pacific region.Last week, Yang Kyung-soo, president of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) was arrested in a pre dawn raid by police. Yang has now become the thirteenth president of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions in a row to be jailed.We interviewed Mikyung Ryu, KCTU International Affairs …
 
Louie Dean Valencia-Garcia and Sean Mulcahy interviews with James McKenzie. Dr Louie Dean Valencia-Garcia is an Associate Professor of Digital History at Texas State University and a Senior Fellow for the Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right. He discusses Texas's new abortion law, voter suppression, the Radical Right and the Republican Part…
 
Featuring the latest in activist campaigns and struggles against oppression fighting for a better world with anti-capitalist analysis on current affairs and international politics. Presenters: Jacob Andrewartha & Arie HuybregtsNewsreportsReport and discussion about the NSW Covid situation with Gladys Berejiklian laying out roadmap to reopen as stat…
 
Andrew shares his story of developing a gambling habit through arcade games as a child and then moving on to pokies in his late teens. It provides an insight into the progression of his gambling addiction and his initial contact with and eventual recovery through Gamblers Anonymous. Andrew also shares about the effect of alcohol and how it often ac…
 
Grandmothers may live on the periphery of a family’s life but when Shirley and Beth suspect their grand daughter is being abused they abduct her with much interest from police, media and of course their family in The Unusual Abduction of Avery Conifer by Ilsa Evans. Sara El Sayed’s memoir, ‘Muddy People’, is more than just an account of a young Egy…
 
With these rolling lockdowns we have all been spending too much time on the internet!Stu digs deep into just how big and scary "Big Pharma" really is and why you might come across the use of this term when dealing with Covid-19 internet conspiracists. Speaking of conspiracists, Chris looks at the worrying trend for conspiracies theories to spread a…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// On 11 August, James Brennan interviewed senior economist from the Centre for Future Work Alison Pennington about the issues facing workers who are working from home on 3CR’s Stick Together program. While casualisation was sold as a flexible working option, with the employers holding the power it has meant wo…
 
Fiona and Shane speak to Reuben about our new online forum House on Fire and why its more important than ever to connect across the country for housing justice. We also talk about our upcoming event At Risk: From Awareness to ActionYou can register for the event here:https://houseonfire.oldertenants.org.au/at-risk-forum/You can check out House on F…
 
This week on Stick Together, Jackson is joined by TWU delegate and removalist Nick Reich to talk about moving houses during Covid and dealing with public backlash. We also discussed the Toll strikes for safe working environs as the Amazon Flex, Uber and Deliveroo models threaten conditions across the industry. Finally we touch on the bewildering #s…
 
7.00am Acknowledgement of Country7.11am Sabarin, Mahmoud and Hussein from Fidget Kids interview Olympic walker Regan Lamble. Fidget Kids are children from 3/4 Reggio at Collingwood College. Throughout May and June these children visited 3CR to experience the power of radio. They recorded interviews in the studio and produced their own podcasts. See…
 
We listen in to a presentation by the Kathy Jetnil-Kijner - and activist, artist and poet from the Marshall Islands - made at the Climate Change Challenges to the Cultural Identity and Sovereignty of Pacific Atoll Nations conference organised by the Pacific Island Council of QLD(link is external) and Friends of the Earth in July.Join the national D…
 
HeadlinesDomestic Violence in police (VIC and NSW)Women's Safety Summit (ScoMo's hot take)Phuong speaks with teachers and students from Sacred Heart Primary School located around the corner from 3CR in Fitzroy. They spoke to me about their project with Storyscape where they wrote and produced two songs and accompanying video clips. The students spo…
 
Technological disruption of all kinds of industries is the norm rather than the exception now and the film industry is no different. As cameras on smartphones improve, more and more people are embracing the tool as an opportunity to tell their stories, and even traditional filmmakers are joining in. Max Schleser, senior lecturer in film and televis…
 
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