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Claudia speaks with Dr Kaori Okano from LaTrobe University about the rise of single women in Japan and the film - Hold Me Back - which is screening as part of the Japanese Film Festival this week in Melbourne. Alice plays an interview with Sophie Trevitt, Executive Officer of Change the Record and the ACT Co-Chair of Australian Lawyers for Human Ri…
 
Giancarlo De Vera, Senior Policy Manager with People with Disability Australia, discusses the government's vaccine rollout for people with a disability, which has failed to fully vaccinate people with a disability, despite placing them in priority groups 1a and 1b. Marg Thomas from Preserve our Forests Mirboo North, tells us about the report they r…
 
7.00am Acknowledgement of Country7.12am 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…
 
7:00 Acknowledgement of Country7:15 In a conversation from 3CR’s Communication Mixdown, Judith Peppard speaks with Associate Professor Zuleyha Keskin, from the Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation at Charles Sturt University, about Sharia Law and what might eventuate in Afghanistan under Taliban rule.7.30 Claudia speaks with author and anthr…
 
7:00 Acknowledgement of Country 7:07 Michaela, from 3CR's radioactive show, spoke with Miree LeRoy about some recent activities in the campaign to stop Adani’s Carmichael mine. Currently under construction on Wangan and Jagalingou country in the Galilee Basin, the mine will become Australia’s largest coal mine if allowed to continue.Details of the …
 
7.00am Acknowledgement of Country7:15am Eiddwen speaks to Sue McKinnon from Kinglake Friends of the Forest, a grassroots group dedicated to protecting the central highlands of Victoria from logging. Sue discusses progress in the case and the growing number of community groups taking VicForest to court. Kinglake Friends of the Forest will be hosting…
 
7.00am Acknowledgement of Country7.01am Covid update7.05am Claudia talks to Natalie Davey from the Elsternwick Park Association and local advocate Marcus Gwynne about the successful community campaign to transform a disused Elsternwick golf course into a wetland nature reserve, the regeneration of endangered species and the work of volunteers. 7.20…
 
7.00am Acknowledgement of Country 7.15am Claudia speaks with conservationist Paul Gamblin, director of Protect Ningaloo, a grassroots organisation fighting to protect the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef from industrial development, in particular the proposal by Woodside Petroleum to dump a 2.5 tonne structure containing toxic waste near the mar…
 
7.00 am Acknowledgement of Country 7.08 am Claudia speaks with George Selvanera, Acting CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, about the call for a Victorian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner to review the implementation of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody recommendations. 7.24 am Ella s…
 
7.00am Acknowledgement of Country 7.05am Update on new Covid-19 safety restrictions in Victoria, acknowledgement of National Sorry Day. 7.12am Reconciliation Week discussion and events roundup. 7.22am Claudia speaks with Professor Roianne West, CEO of the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives about the barriers to ac…
 
7. 00 am Acknowledgement of Country 7.05 am Discussion of Victorian Law Week events including the Support for Women Leaving Prison event, rundown of guests and programme. https://lawweek.net.au7.30 am Anne and Kev from the SUWA show discuss the 2021 Federal Budget with economist Professor Bill Mitchell. https://www.3cr.org.au/suwa/episode-202105141…
 
7:00 Acknowledgement of Country 7:10 Dr Ravi Savarirayan is the co-founder of Yatra Foundation Australia. He talks about the impact of Covid-19 and the Indian second wave on three rural schools supported by the Foundation and the fundraising appeal to continue their work to change lives through education. https://yatrafoundation.org 7:30 Chris O'Ne…
 
7:00 - Paddy gives up the news headlines. 7:15 - Fernanda Melchor is the author of the powerful English-language novel Hurricane Season which was shortlisted for the 2020 International Booker Prize.The book deals with the issue of femicide in Mexico and the complexity ofunwanted teen pregnancy. Fernanda was part of a conversation on translated lite…
 
WEDNESDAY 24/03/20217:00 Acknowledgement of Country 7:05 We revisit a conversation from Done by Law, Erin and Dylan discuss the impact of the COVID 19 restrictions on our right to protest, specifically in Melbourne. 7:40 Ella speaks with Dr Clare Land about A Fight for Survival, an exhibition which looks at the history of the grassroots fight to sa…
 
7am Acknowledgement of Country7.12am Claudia speaks with Dr Maria Parlotta-Chiaroli and Dr Vivian Gerrand of Ascolta Women about their recently published writing collection "Stories from the Inside". Ascolta Women is a group of multigenerational Italian Australian and Italian affiliated women of richly diverse identities and experiences whose writi…
 
25th November 2020 [0:00:00] Hello & Welcomes [0:10:00] Alternative News - Report on how changing fire patterns are threatening species with extinction and what needs to be done - available here. - 2017 infographic relating to youth crime from the Youth Affairs Council Victoria[0:22:20] Coded bias - excerpt from conversation Yeah Nah Parasan with h…
 
[00:00:00] Hello & Welcome - NAIDOC week [00:09:20] A conversation with Dr Sue Wareham from the Medical Association for Prevention of War (MAPW) discussing the Defence Legislation Amendment (Enhancement of Defence Force Response to Emergencies) Bill 2020 currently before the Senate. Sue discusses concerns around the bill and the growing tendency of…
 
[00:00:00] Hellos & Welcome[00:10:00] Alternative News [00:16:00] We talk to Dr Patricia Ranald, University of Sydney and Convener, Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network regarding her recent article ‘Another Australian miner sues another poor country, this time Barrick’s Porgera in PNG’ discussing the increasing practise of Multi-national co…
 
[0:00] Hellos and welcomes. [8:00] Alternative News. Find out more about the Defence Legislation Amendment (Enhancement of Defence Force Response to Emergencies) Bill 2020 here.[21:20] Interview with Kerri Warren from the Mallacoota District Recovery Association. Kerri is an elected member of the association charged with community recovery for Mall…
 
Rundown (featuring Eiddwen's beautiful new flower)[00:00:00] Hello’s and Intros [00:08:20] Alterative News led by Rob [00:18:10] In the 3CR Neighbourhood - James and Suzy Malhotra discuss her work at Living Positive Victoria, the peak body for People Living With HIV in Victoria, and her journey working with the Living with HIV Community.[00:45:15] …
 
Hello & Acknowledgment [22:09] The Covid-19 Pandemic has exacerbated the scale and severity of domestic violence. To help us understand the shadow pandemic, we are joined by Naomi Pfitzner, Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre at Monash University. She discusses how support providers are innovati…
 
22 July 2020 Acknowledgement & Hellos As mentioned in the opening discussion, the Tomorrow movement, a group of young people fighting for a society with good jobs, great public services and a safe climate for all, will be hosting a welcome tonight at 5:30. You can register here. [0:10:00] Alternative News [0:22:00] City limits highlight - we jump i…
 
[14:30] In light of the recent lockdowns in Melbourne’s public housing towers, David Kelly – a research fellow at the Centre for Urban Research, RMIT – explains the historical factors that have led to our current shortfall. He details the history of Melbourne’s policies, the successes in the past, and what directions we should take into the future.…
 
[0:13:07] Andrew Farrell, Indigenous Early Career Academic Fellow in the Department for Indigenous Studies, Macquarie University, speaks to us about Indigenous queer intersectionality. They discuss how the academic field has evolved in recent years and the experiences of understanding intersectional identities. [0:28:27] On this week’s Tram Thought…
 
(0:00:00) Acknowledgement of Country. (0:21:00) We chat to Bronwyn Carlson about the recent decision by online dating app Grindr to remove the ethnicity filter. This step was taken in light of the #BLM movement. We chat about indigenous and queer men on the app and how experiences vary on the online dating scene. (0:40:00) Jack Heath, the CEO of SA…
 
(0:00:00) Acknowledgement of Country. (0:20:00) At the beginning of this month of June, The Federal Court ruled that Vic Forests – a timber company owned by the Victorian government – breached environmental laws when they destroyed the habitat of the critically endangered Leadbeater’s possumas well as the vulnerable greater glider. Today we’ll be s…
 
(0:00:00) Acknowledgement of Country. (0:17:00) After a long history of violence and injustice to the Sudanese people at the hands of the Al-Bashir government’s severe military rule and conflict, a new government has begun to establish itself. Today, PhD candidate for Middle Eastern Studies at Exeter University, Jihad Mashamoun joins us to discuss …
 
(0:00:00) Acknowledgement of Country. (0:21:00) We speak to Virginia Marshall, an academic at ANU, about water management at the Murray Darling. We discuss the impact on indigenous communities both physically and culturally and the need for a reform, not just a revision of water management. Virginia also informs us how we can integrate indigenous k…
 
(0:00:00) Acknowledgement of Country. (0:11:50) Joining us on the show again we have Ishita Chatterjee. We speak about the current impacts of COVID-19 on many communities within informal settlements in India. Ishita explains how many communities are working together to address challenges they are facing where the government cannot assist. (0:25:00)…
 
(0:00:00) Acknowledgement of Country.(0:20:00) Earlier this month of May, VicForests refused to engage with the local community about plans to log in the Victorian Warburton area of Pat's Corner. Clearfell logging has begun logging in the area and as a result, many Warburton locals and forest fighters locked onto machinery and took part in tree sit…
 
(0:00:00) Acknowledgement of Country.(0:20:00) James Lesh, heritage and architecture historian, joins us on the show to chat about the passing of Jack Mundey, who was a prominent environmental activist and pioneer of conservation. We talk on Mundey's legacy and how heritage will shape into the future. (0:41:00) Keeping with the theme, our Tram Thou…
 
[0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country.[0:16:00] Geoff Hanmer, architect and writer of construction history, comes on to chat about how we should be taking advantage of this time to think about social housing and how we should be encouraging local industry manufacturing. He also addresses the long term issue of lacking affordable housing and social h…
 
[0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country.[0:19:00] Nina Landsbury Hall, a researcher from the University of Queensland joins us to talk about how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting our indigenous communities in Queensland and Northern Territory. We discuss the impacts on the most remote communities in these regions and the already pre-existing issues of …
 
[0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country. [0:29:00] We speak to Professor David Sanderson about the impacts of COVID-19 especially in informal settlements and communities in Africa and how these communities are preparing and dealing with the crisis. We also chat about how this crisis may re-shape how basic necessesaties are met in informal settlements.…
 
[0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country. [0:25:00] Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Emerging Writers Festival (EWF) is going digital. Ruby Rose, a coordinator at EWF, comes on the show to explain what to expect from the annual festival that brings together young and/or new writers to explore their creativity through a mix of media storytelling forms. T…
 
[0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country.[0:21:00] Architect and Urbanist from London, Silvana Taher joins us to speak about the COVID Windows instagram project. The blog encourages people to take a photo and post an image of their window while in isolation during this COVID period. We discuss the inspiration behind the idea and how our understanding o…
 
We have Javon Johnson, an American poet & thinker, discussing his most recent project 'A story of my mothers hands - Black Joy as a theory & model', in which he explores the construction and practice of joy as a form of resistance and celebration. Our Tram Thought for this week is the topic of 'Lost In Translation'. We discuss the issue of translat…
 
Hello! Quick message from the Wednesday Breakfast Team: whilst we have the current health panedmic going on we will be altering how we make/produce our show . But! We will still be on air, albeit a little more creatively than usual. Whilst we are figuring out what our show is looking like, this week we took the time to listen back to some speeches …
 
[0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country.[0:33:00] Professor Billie Giles-Corti from RMIT University, who is also director of the Urban Futures Enabling Capability platform, joins us in discussion about how city and urban design influences our wellbeing. We chat about the Biophilia Hypothesis (BET) which suggests that humans possess an innate tendency …
 
***WARNING*** some expletives included in this show [0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country.[0:33:00] We speak to Chris Breen from the Refugee Council of Australia about the detention of medi-evacuated asylum seekers at the Mantra Hotel in Collingwood. We discuss the event held on the 29th February for refugees currently detained in the Mantra and the…
 
[0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country.[0:19:00] Yarra BUG Radio speaks with Simon Howe from Bicycle Users Geelong, about council plans to eradicate the newly established bike paths in Geelong.[0:29:00] Luke Taylor, the Director of the Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration, speaks to us about geoengineering and its place in our future.…
 
[0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country.[0:11:00] Music Sans Frontieres (MSF) speaks with Luísa Sobral, a Portugese singer and songwriter. They chat about her influences and the inspiration behind her work.[0:29:00] Urbanist and Senior Research Tutor at the Royal College of Art, Dr. Tarsha Finney, comes onto the show to speak about alternative housing…
 
[0:07:00] We listen to a recording from 3CR Music Matters, on the wonderfully talented musician, Ruby Soho.[0:28:00] Kim Ho joins us to talk about his upcoming play, The Great Australian Play. The play explores themes of colonial Australian mythology and the connecton Australia has to the land. The Great Australian Play will be shown at Theatre Wor…
 
Wednesday 12th of February [0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country [0:13:45] Over the Wall discuss with the National Social Security Rights network on how those affected by this season’s bushfires can access government payment and social services. They discuss and clarify how affected individuals can ensure they claim disaster recovery payments. [0:30…
 
Wednesday 5th of February [0:15:00] We listen to Kamahi Djordan King who is an artist, performer, writer and creator of the personality, Constantina Bush. They speak about LGBTIQ+ issues and the Northern Terrio. Please know that this recording does make reference to sexual abuse. Lifeline is available on 13 11 14.[0:30:00] Mittul Vahanvati comes on…
 
Wednesday 29th of Janurary First show back for 2020! [0:15:00] We listen to the speeches from the Invasion Day rally in Melbourne on Sunday 26th (of January), alongside some vox-pops around the day. This year, a large campaign was ‘Pay the Rent’ acknowledging that lands were never given, sovereignty was never ceded and with that, there remains an o…
 
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