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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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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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Women on the Line

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Women on the Line

Ayan Shirwa, Emma Hart, Iris Lee, 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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Out of the Blue

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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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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Communication Mixdown

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Communication Mixdown

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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HeadlinesOmicron strainNSW floodsDavid Gulpilil Ridjimiraril Dalaithngu diesInternational Day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women and 16 Days of ActivismPhuong speaks with Professor Sara Charlesworth, Director of RMIT’s Centre for People, Organisation and Work and Professor of Gender, Work and Regulation in the School of Management, about …
 
Today's episode features two timely conversations. First, we are joined by Fiona Hart, Executive Officer of Housing for the Aged Action Group (HAAG) and a broadcaster on 3CR with HAAG's program Raise the Roof. Fiona raises concerns about the government's crackdown on the charity sector via amendments to the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits …
 
Scheherazade Bloul (WOTL) spoke with Prof.Helen Berry from Macquarie University on how climate change impacts mental health//Jessica Morrison spoke with Kevin and Zeb (City Limits) about housing challenges on the Bass Coast//Kevin and Zeb (City Limits) catch up with Pam Morgan about the campaign to save the Collingwood Children's Farm//Hannah and E…
 
Jamie Woodhouse discusses Sentientism – a worldview based on evidence, reason and compassion for all sentient beings. Find out more about Sentientism at: https://sentientism.info/ Follow Jamie on Twitter @JamieWoodhouse You can read about the life of animal rights and human rights advocate Bede Carmody at: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/748…
 
CLIMATE ACTION RADIO SHOW NOVEMBER 29TH 2021 COP26 - RESTORED FORESTS BY 2030!Glasgow Leaders’ Declaration on Forests and Land Use - UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) at the SEC – Glasgow 2021 (ukcop26.org) Australia did support this.COP26 : GLOBAL FOREST FINANCE PLEDGE. The Global Forest Finance Pledge - UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) at …
 
The 5th and last session of ICAN’s Ban School is called Road to a nuclear free future, and includes speakers taking action to create a world free from nuclear weapons - Joey Tau from Youngsolwara and the Pacific Network on Globalisation, Margaret Peril speaking on the Quit Nukes campaign, Daryl Le Cornu speaking on peace education, and Gem Romuld, …
 
Interviews with activists Rodney Croome, Devina Potter, April Holcombe. The Religious Discrimination Bill was referred to a Senate Inquiry today. Rodney Croome from Just Equal discusses the Bill's contents and politics. LGBTIQA+ Advocacy & Action | Just.Equal Australia Victorian Pride Lobby co-convenor Devina Potter discusses the Lobby's survey and…
 
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 HuybregtsNewsreportsDiscussion from the presenters on the controversial religious discrimination bill being pushed by the Federal Co…
 
'The Colonial’s Son' is historical fiction from the Palmer River goldfields to the political power play of Europe, Peter Watt writes of the fighting by bushrangers or armies to achieve their ambitions.In ‘Dark Rise’, C. S. Pacat creates a fantasy world where there is an ambiguity between good and evil – the light and the dark. Nothing is what it se…
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Mick Power, Logistics Coordinator at United Workers Union, spoke with Rosie earlier this week about Country Road workers' strike action and win at the Truganina warehouse. Workers were fighting for union rights, fair pay and better working conditions.// Julia Cockram, Victorian State Director of Coalition fo…
 
The Building of the Alternative Universe / Wages and Housing Prices Paradox / Anatomy of the New Radical - Reality an Optional Extra / Battle Royale Among Fringe Parties for the New Radical / Victim of our Success / The Yellow Peril Mark 97 / Victorian Premier Gives Lifeline to the Alternative Universe Crew / Divided Nation Comes Out Fighting / Col…
 
Today we speak with a different type of worker. No one pays Emma or anyone else from Blockade Australia for the work they've put in to shut down the world's largest coal port in Newcastle Australia. We spoke to her about the action, which ran from the 8th-18 November, and it's importance to workers across the country. Plus, of course, some union ne…
 
His Week That Was – Kevin Healy, Part 2 of Edward Said Memorial Lecture in Adelaide – Professor Noam Chomsky, Protests in Nevada, Germany and Holland – peace and anti-war activist Brian Terrell, Morrison's Australian way – Emeritus Professor Stuart Rees, Launch of appeal for Palestinian women farmers, Part 1 of Food Sovereignty in Palestine webinar…
 
Today on the show, Director of United Workers Union, Caterina Cinanni, joins Friends of the Earth Act on Climate Coordinator, Anna Langford, to talk through what green capitalism is, and how we can smash it through solidarity. We also hear the story of the victorious striking women who took action at Melbourne Fashion Week.Find out more about Coope…
 
HeadlinesPeng Shuai missing/update on Peng ShuaiSpit hoods now banned in SAModi repeals farm laws in IndiaBrit Awards scrap male and female artist categoriesVisual artist, curator and co-director of the Hyphenated Biennial Nikki Lam speaks with Kannagi about transcultural art and identity and Hyphenated Projects. Find out more about Nikki's art her…
 
"This is a major economic risk for us": Jake Whitehead on the inadequacies of the Morrison government's new electric vehicle strategy On November 9th the Morrison government announced it's new electric vehicle strategy here, to coincide wiith the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow, but it's not the strategy Australia needs to meet its COP26 emission ta…
 
This week, Marisa interviews Aunty Megan Krakouer and Gerry Georgatos from the National Suicide Prevention & Trauma Recovery Project about a class action lawsuit against Banksia Hill Youth Detention Facility in WA. Former inmates are suing the centre over conditions which observers say condemn children as young as 11 to a life of trauma and disadva…
 
On this weeks program Chris chats to David Blom, Metro East Bicycle User Group and Brett Cotter, the Big Bike Film Night.David discusses the campaign to create the new Burwood Highway trail, with much needed walking / cycling networks for Melbournes eastern suburbs, working with local politicians, councils and land managers, Suburban Rail Loop, new…
 
In light of what people, in particular Indigenous and First Nations peoples, have called a failure at COP26, we bring you two conversations on the effects of climate change.We first hear from the Pacific Climate Warriors Coordinator for Victoria, Folole Asueao Sagele Tupuola who first spoke with Thursday Breakfast. Daughter of the Moana, they are a…
 
Monday Breakfast with Phuong // Lee-Anne Carter from VALS spoke with Marisa from the Doin Time Show on why we need to #raisetheage. Lujayn Hourani, Lebanese-Palestinian writer, spoke with James from In Ya Face about why the Melbourne Queer Film Festival boycott has been called. Ella Simons, 15 year-old school climate strike organiser, spoke with Ph…
 
First (8:22), we hear from anon talking on anti-fascism, including on the rise of reactionary protests and the left's response, criticism of punitive state laws in the pandemic, trans day of remembrance, settler colonialism, pinkwashing and confronting transphobia in the left. Second (29:29), we hear from Jeanine Hourani speaking on the pro-Palesti…
 
We listen to part of the interview "Boe Spearim chats with Diana Sayed a former Afghanistan refugee about the current take-over of the capital of Afghanistan by the Taliban.Diana Sayed is an International Human Rights Lawyer and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Australian Muslim Women’s Centre for Human Rights." https://989fm.com.au/listen/…
 
Live on air Sunday 21st November are Virginia Heywood - Guide, Royal Botanic Gardens, Loretta Childs - landscape designer, and Sue Stevens - Bushland Flora & Yarra View.TXT your question anytime on 0488 809 855 or call 9419 8377 while we're on air. You won't go to air but your questions certainly will!Tune in from 7:30-9:15am to nerd out on plants …
 
Sometimes licence conditions for project approvals can cause damage. On this radioactive show, we look at the damage Vimy Resources is causing in their attempt to get approval to mine uranium at Mulga Rock, and how conditions set by the Malaysian Government have got Lynas in a rush to process Rare Earths in WA. We hear from Nuclear Free Campaigner …
 
In support of the Women's Centre of Silwan area in Jerusalem AlQuds, Averroes Centre of Arab Culture is organizing a fundraiser next Saturday 27th November in Port Melbourne Come and enjoy LIVE CLASSICAL ARABIC MUSIC POEM RECITALSONGS 4 PALESTINE CHARMING SEA VIEW 3-COURSE MEALS All in support of the Women of Jerusalem For information and booking, …
 
Free West Papua - No Victims Climate Warriors here II Raki Apu, West Papuan freedom fighter, outlines the case for indigenous peoples to be the protectors of the planet in this climate emergence at the People's Health Hearings as part of the COP26 People's Summit.Park Hotel Update here II Chis Breen from Refugee Action Collective (RAC) gives an upd…
 
Interviews with Lujayn Hourani and Simona Castricum. Lujayn Hourani is a member of a group of Queer Palestinian activists from Naarm and Meanjin who have demanded the Melbourne Queer Film Festival remove Israel-made film The Swimmer from its programme and implement a boycott of Israel-made films. Lujayn discusses their reasons and their contexts, i…
 
The fish rots from the head down, the weaponisation of menace - gallows on the streets of Melbourne Glen tells us about Communist producer, Hannah Weinstein, and her TV show, Robin Hood. The BL from the Bush details government incompetence and lack of leadership particularly in regards to ICACBy Susanna Duffy and the Bagman, Glen the Historian, BL from the Bush
 
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: Leo Crnogorčević & Sue Bolton,NewsreportsThe presenters give an update on some of the industrial disputes happening around Victoria in the past month includi…
 
Jacinta shares her experience of having overcome a substance abuse problem with the help of Narcotics Anonymous when she realized that recovery wasn’t sufficient to overcome her chronic underachieving in her personal life. Still experiencing low self-worth that led to a life of underachieving it further damaged her relationships and she eventually …
 
A step-mother, younger than the groom’s daughters, creates uncertainty in the family with secrets and lies being revealed. Sally Hepworth has written another page-turner in ‘The Younger Wife’ which starts with the wedding and a murder.Katherine Kovacic adapts the Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries television series for the page fleshing out the ch…
 
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