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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.
 
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).You can listen to some of our previous shows here: www.3cr.org.au/womenontheline/itunes
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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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. NewsreportsJacob and Zane have a lengthy discussion on the Green Left article "Vaccine nationalism and the Global South" focusing on how the rich and the powerful Global…
 
Another week of summer, another episode of our Summer Series. This week we have a listen to an interview from last year between Claire and Professor Marie Gerdtz about the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, and the continued relevance of nursing in the 21st century. Then Stu digs up a story of the pigs that returned to life, or…
 
The Older Women and Homelessness forum was held in NSW in November 2020. Hosted by Jo Haylen MP (Seniors), with guests Trish Doyle (Shadow Minister for Women and the Prevention of Domestic Violence), and Ryan Park (Health, Housing and Homelessness), this recording features Kobi Maglen presenting on behalf of Ageing on the Edge - HAAG's older person…
 
Not Fit for Human Consumption - Fox News / The Australian Connection in the Assault on the White House 1804-2021 / Manufacturing Consent / Manufactured Reality - Tandems with New Technology Past and Present / Alternative Facts - Building Blocks for Manufactured Reality / Australian Banks Win a Silver Medal they won't Crow About / Twitter Censorship…
 
On this Summer Special, Freedom of Species presenters Nick and Adam bring you some of their favourite political music, covering a wide range of social justice issues. Songs played:Briggs ft. Thelma Plum ‘Go To War’.A.B. Original ft. Caiti Baker ‘Dead In A Minute’.Sole and DJ Pain 1 ‘Snitch Nation’. Body Count ‘No Lives Matter’.Greg Russell and Ciar…
 
We must start cooling the planet.Walter Jehne and Cindy Eiritz explain how to restore the Earth s hydrological cooling system AND restore the “soil carbon sponge” offering resilience to global heating. The Soil Carbon Sponge is porous, well-aggregated soil rich in plant roots, diverse life forms, nutrient availability, air, and often holding lots o…
 
NewsreportsA discussion with the presenters about the current situation facing refugees in Melbourne right now with over 60 refugees imprisoned in the Park Hotel in Melbourne and the on-going protests that are happening right now demanding their freedom. Interviews and DiscussionJacob Andrewartha sits down with long-time multimedia journalist and r…
 
It's Lost in Science Summer Series where we revisit some of our favourite science stories of 2020. This week Stu talks about the La Niña weather pattern, what it is and how it affects Australian climate, and Claire speaks to Professor Sandra Kentish about how to engineer yourself a mask to protect against COVID-19.…
 
Temperatures in western Sydney, home to 2.3 million of Sydney’s poorest residents, are already peaking at unliveable highs. Bureau of Meteorology weather stations in Sydney’s west have recorded 10 of the hottest ever years in the last 15 years, but urban heat researcher Sebastian Pfautsch says poor design means temperatures in built-up areas are up…
 
On today’s show, we listen to excerpts from Invisible Voices 2020 Human Rights Day - a World Human Rights Day special broadcast on 3CR Community Radio. This special broadcast aired on 13 December 2020 during 3CR’s Queering the Air, and it was a live panel discussion about the issues impacting LGBTIQA+ forcibly displaced people in the Asia Pacific R…
 
When Polly Cutmore heard that Minister Susan Ley had approved the 850 gas fracking wells in the Pilliga she immediately took a detour to Canberra to rally against the announcement. She talks of her peoples battle to survive recent persistent heatwave temperatures in Nth Western NSW around her hometown of Moree. We chat about the importance of allie…
 
This episode of the Radioactive Show is a repeat of a show that originally went to air in August 2020. It was produced by Emma Crunch and features interviews with two organisers for peace, Annette Brownlie of the Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN), and Margie Beavis from the Medical Association for the Prevention of War (MAPW). Annet…
 
Olivia and Dean both lived for years not understanding that their weight problem was related to the type of foods that they were attracted to as children. Later in life, after years of food related misery they found recovery in Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA). They discovered the discipline and support that they needed after years of addict…
 
Shane and Fiona talk to Leonie Bessant about the collection of stories from older people in housing stress from across the country. The stories have been collected over the last three years, and published in the National Alliance of Seniors For Housing newsletter. The stories have been published in a book and is available here:https://www.oldertena…
 
On this weeks program Chris does a recap of riding for transport issues, public health and public space after massive impact of COVID19 upon how we live and move about our streets and cities.Interviews included Phil Barton, Warwick Duncan from Railtrails Australia, Dr Fiona Gray, Simon Howell, Cr Susanne Newton, Renee Dikeni, Dr Ben Beck, Megan Sha…
 
This week we bring you Part 2 of an MPavilion talk called Womxn’s Covid-19: Archive and Artwork in Conversation For almost a year now, artist and activist, Katie Sfetkidis has documented the stories of women and gender diverse people living in Victoria during COVID 19.Two participants from the archival project, Hope Mathumbu and Kate Sulan, sat dow…
 
The practice of diverting floodwaters into private storages is being legislated in the NSW northern Murray-Darling. What will this mean for environment and communities that depend on it. We speak with Charlee-Sue Frail Ngemba Woman and advisor to the Dharriwaa Elders Group in Walgatt and hear excerpts from a presentation by water consultants Slatte…
 
A look at neo-liberalism in Sweden and its negative effects on education. The decline in equality of opportunity in Australia since decentalisation.Also includes more audio from AEU web seminar on inequality in fundint in Australia's education system. Full audio available here-https://www.facebook.com/AEUfederal/videos/172322944541837 www.adogs.inf…
 
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