Queer Podcasts For All Our Rainbow Communities public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Welcome to your weekly Checkpoint for video game news, reviews, interviews and more! With the games industry changing all the time, it’s our goal to make sure you’re kept up to date with the stories that matter! With coverage of all the latest major releases and hard-hitting discussions, the show is all about keeping you up to date and breaking down one of the most popular and constantly evolving medias in the world.
 
Got Money, Want Money, Have money and want more money? Frightened of Money? Listen to Elizabeth and her team of professionals dismantle the jargon of money, whether its crypto currency, your super, estate planning or the ATO. Got money present Australian Money professionals, entrepreneurs, thought leaders and financial specialists. Always dismantling the jargon of money with updated money matters from professionals who speak your language. Listen to Got Money!
 
Loading …
show series
 
Listen to the week’s World Wide Wrap where we round up all that was in international LGBTIQ+ news for the week to December 1, 2020. World Wide Wave aims to promote awareness of international LGBT issues. Our program provides in-depth analysis and interviews. We focus on the challenges facing the global LGBT community as well as some of our successe…
 
It’s time for your weekly update from the Checkpoint team with all the latest info you need to survive another week in the video games industry! Join Elliot, Luke, Bree and Charlie as they talk through our regular weekly segments, including Playing With Yourself, where we take you through the games we’ve been playing this week. We also discuss what…
 
Sneaking in at the end of the month, Kori and Dayana are finally talking about season one of Freeform's Motherland: Fort Salem. If you haven't watched the season yet, be aware of spoilers. (Also, if you have watched the season and are a fan of Scylla... maybe approach with caution?) The Ladies discuss what worked and didn't work for them this seaso…
 
A highlight of Katie’s radio year is her annual NAIDOC Week show, and this year is no exception. She celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Australia’s First Nations peoples by playing music by familiar and emerging Indigenous artists. All of the songs are 2020 releases. Here is the playlist: Tell Me Why – Archie Roach ft. Sally Dastey…
 
Melbourne electronic artist and producer Mo·Louie was last on the show in 2017. She tells Katie what she’s been up to since then – including co-curating the 2020 Midsumma event Fem Fantasy, and producing and releasing her recent ‘Iso Iso Bored’ single and putting together a forthcoming mixtape. Mo’s new single with Youthfire, ‘Survivin’’, gets its …
 
This week Elizabeth talks with her local café owner about the highs and lows of steering a small business through the Covid19 rapids. Boosa is the third modern Middle Eastern café opened by Tammy and Eitam Brami, so they know a bit about the business, but when Covid hit it was all about the unknowns. Tammy talks to Elizabeth about the overnight dec…
 
Regular guest Melanie Heffernan (Principal, SE Lawyers) returns this week to give Elizabeth an update on legal issues arising from the continuing impact of Covid19. Key areas where she is seeing changes in activity are Commercial Real Estate rental issues; Debt Recovery and Partner Separations being put on hold due to financial uncertainty. They al…
 
Elizabeth’s guest this week is Scott Malcolm, Owner and Director of Money Mechanics, a team of specialist financial life planners, who provide tailored solutions based on educating and empowering clients to match financial planning with their overall life goals. He discusses how the impact of Covid19 on people’s life goals is on-going with no end p…
 
Rebeckah and guest host Miss Katalyna chat with SAM ELKIN from St Kilda Legal Service about aiding the community and appearing in court as a non-binary lawyer. Further information can also be found at Thorne Harbour Health and the LGBTIQ Legal service NOMI RUIZ, whose music has been released under many names, such as JESSICA 6 or HERCULES & LOVE AF…
 
With World AIDS Day only a few days away, UNSW Associate Professor Graham Brown joins us to discuss the impact on our communities, and especially lose living with HIV. Graham also tells us about the online sessions which will be held by Living Positive Victoria this year: https://livingpositivevictoria.org.au/event/world-aids-day-2020/ The post Wor…
 
Featuring the iconic music of Benny Andersson & BjörnUlvaeus (ABBA), lyrics by Tim Rice & Björn Ulvaeus and book by Tim Rice, the worldwide stage hitCHESS THE MUSICAL will debut at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre in two exclusive performances on Saturday 24 April 2021. From StoreyBoard Entertainment, the producer who brought us the critically-acclaimed …
 
A quarter of a century after being established, Australia’s most innovative and acclaimed contemporary dance company celebrates its storied history with a new multimedia digital archive as it looks to a bold new era under leadership team, Antony Hamilton, Kristy Ayre and Freya Waterson. Since its inception in 1995, Chunky Move has helped shape Aust…
 
Inventi Ensemble release two new albums recorded over three days between Melbourne lockdowns Inventi Ensemble II – Women of the Earth Australian composers Dr Melody Eötvös and Caerwen Martin Inventi Ensemble III – Peer Gynt With narration from Ed Ayres Release date 20 November 2020 “Inventi Ensemble are masters of classical repertoire, re-inventors…
 
The Victorian state government has introduced new legislation to crack down on so-called conversion “therapy”. Percy Gurtler from the Brave Network, a support and advocacy group for LGBTIQ people of faith and allies, joins us with the details of the legislation, it’s powers and how it will work, and the impact it’ll have on the community. The post …
 
Nine months since the curtains came down and after hundreds of hours of planning and work, Melbourne’s iconic Theatre Works proudly presents an innovative and COVIDSafe new theatrical experience. Glasshouse Tuesday 1st December, 7:30pm (AEST) Watch online at www.facebook.com/TheatreWorksStKilda www.twglasshouse.org Theatre Works heads into 2021 aft…
 
Tony Walker @agwalker01, CEO of Ambulance Victoria @AmbulanceVic responds to the claims of bullying, harassment, homophobia and racism and more which have been highlighted by the Ambulance union. The post Tony Walker, CEO of Ambulance Victoria appeared first on Saturday Magazine.By JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities
 
Paul Guerra, CEO Victorian Chamber of Commerce @VicChamber discusses the Victorian state budget. What were his highlights? The post Paul Guerra, Victorian Chamber of Commerce appeared first on Saturday Magazine.By JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities
 
Emma King, CEO of the Victorian Council of Social Service @VCOSS, joins us to analyse the Victorian state budget. There were some fantastic initiatives in the paper. What were the highlights? The post Emma King: Victorian Council of Social Service CEO appeared first on Saturday Magazine.By JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities
 
Macca @DavidDMacca and Tass @tass1959 preview the show ahead, including a special on the Victorian Budget. They also look at Matthias Corman’s trip to Europe using the RAAF and more. The post Macca and Tass preview the show ahead appeared first on Saturday Magazine.By JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities
 
Checkpoint Intimates is a weekly podcast where two members of the team go one-on-one on a topic that they both feel strongly about, talking in a more deeper and, yes, intimate context. This week, Luke and Elliot discuss their first impressions of next gen after a while with both consoles. Giving a 1-UP to diversity in gaming. Tune in to Checkpoint …
 
This week’s theme is ‘Belonging’. In some ways this is a loaded term with implications. When you are dealing with songs from different eras they will inevitably reflect values that are challenging, even antithetical, to our modern values. Songs containing the word ‘mine’ implying ownership were very frequent in the fifties and sixties. Starting wit…
 
The kids are still showing the world just how talented they are. Michael and Liam preview six of this year’s 12 entries in the competition, being held in Poland. What past time has the boys confused? Who sounds like they should be on Triple J? What might end up being the contest’s undoing? Plus, enjoy some of our favourite JESC songs of years gone …
 
Ladies & Gents, meet Tino Piontek, also known as Purple Disco Machine on Neon Nights show # 221 presented by John von Ahlen / Parralox & Costa Lakoumentas. Our vibes are 100% Discothèque as we showcase the funky disco / house masterpieces of this German maestro. Featuring 12 (plus one!!) tracks of fine soulful, funk-laden beats, Purple Disco Machin…
 
Elliot, Bree, Edie and Crinj chat about Queer Representation in 2020 Games. Was it an overly queer-friendly year? How does it stack up to past years? Do you think we’re moving towards a place of better understanding and acceptance? Have you seen that evolution over the years? We discuss these points and more! Luke and Elliot also review Black Ops: …
 
Melbourne Indie Voices is a choir with 240 regular members, founded and led by local musicians Phia and Joshua Teicher. Katie welcomes Phia back to the show to have a chat about the choir’s forthcoming debut album, Live at the Forum, and about keeping rehearsals going during Melbourne’s lockdown. You’ll hear a couple of songs from the album, along …
 
Lots of more great new music in the first hour today – and it’s all Australian! You’ll hear songs by the mighty Josh Teskey and Ash Grunwald, past guests Xani and Yeo, and Miss Chat favourites Tanya Ransom and The Dreggs, as well as artists new to Katie from Western Australia and Sydney, and well-known artists Elizabeth, Daniel Champagne and Kingsw…
 
Kenya, in East Africa, has retained colonial-era sodomy laws meaning same-sex relations between men can be punishable by up to 14 years in prison. Even aside from that, living as an LGBTI person in Kenya is difficult where homosexuality is a taboo subject. Beatings, persecution, being thrown out of your home are all a reality. Yet this is the count…
 
Listen to the week’s World Wide Wrap where we round up all that was in international LGBTIQ+ news for the week to November 24, 2020. World Wide Wave aims to promote awareness of international LGBT issues. Our program provides in-depth analysis and interviews. We focus on the challenges facing the global LGBT community as well as some of our success…
 
Emily Johnson investigates why gay asylum seeker has spent the last eight years in an Australian detention centre. #freeali The LGBT community faces one of the highest suicide rates in Australia, Switchboard Australia is urging the Australian Government for a response to these devastating statistics. 29 openly LGBT council members have been elected…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2020 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login