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Get Cereal is SYN FM's flagship breakfast show discussing all things news, music and pop culture - basically anything. With a different team for each day of the week, you never know what you'll hear next! Listen live from 6 - 9am Monday to Friday on SYN 90.7.
 
Art Smitten is SYN's weekly guide to arts, culture and entertainment in Australia and around the world. With a focus on youth and emerging arts, we're here to showcase culture ahead of the curve. From our base in Melbourne, contributors interview, review, and cover the very best of what the world’s second-most liveable city has to offer. Whether it's film, fashion, photography or Fauvism you're into, Art Smitten is the place! Art Smitten broadcasts on SYN 90.7FM on Wednesdays from 4-6 pm. Th ...
 
Do you enjoy spending your days arguing passionately with friends over things that probably don't matter? Do you respect well-reasoned discussion of the most trivial matters?Then this is the podcast for you.Megan Whitfield and Alex Linton welcome you to Un-Decidedly Ridiculous- the podcast where the arguments don't matter, but the winners do. Thanks to SYN Media for making this possible.
 
Front and Centre, with Sean and Julza, is a SYN Nation Seasonal dedicated to highlighting the amazing achievements of incredible young people that deserve to be in the spotlight. We will be interviewing an extraordinary young individual every week, whether they be a musician, artist, entrepreneur, or anything in between! We will also be discussing phenomenal, unheard of and unreported news that we believe should be brought Front and Centre (get it?). Tune in Thursdays 7-8pm on SYN Nation to ...
 
In Joke is a radio program on the Student Youth Network (SYN 90.7 FM) that aims to promote, analyse and observe all facets of comedy in Melbourne and across the globe. Tune in every Sunday from 7:00-8:00 PM! In Joke - where humour has it
 
A radio show keeping you up to date with the latest trades, delistings, free agency moves and draft news over the AFL offseason, powered by AFLTRDON, Tune in to SYN 90.7fm on Mondays, Wednesdays at 4.00-4.30pm, and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 3.00-4.00pm for all the news.
 
Are you searching for the perfect job? Along Lee’s journey to find meaningful work he crosses paths with Melbournians who have followed the road less traveled to pursue their vocational dreams, sometimes at the expense of their bank balance. Lee hits the road to speak to a professional cuddler, pet communicator, Elvis tribute artist and others to learn the secret of finding a job that doesn't feel like a job at all. ---------- This podcast is produced for SYN and made possible by Creative Vi ...
 
Creator and host Paul Waxman presents his overly analytical and cynical exploration into many of the world's most beloved and cherished love songs. As more of a public warning than a comedy-music podcast, this show delves into lyrical motifs, artistic motives and musical backgrounds to understand just how love songs work and why many people should think twice before they dedicate questionable songs written with perhaps darker motives. Broadcasted weekly on SYN 90.7 FM, this more succinct and ...
 
The Moshpit Backstage podcast allows you to listen to interviews with awesome bands as well as some recorded segments! MOSHPIT is SYN's home for everything PUNK, METAL and ROCK. Our ragtag crew of punk enthusiasts and metalheads bring you all sorts of music from pop-punk to power-violence to grindcore to hard rock to pagan metal! Tune in to SYN's Punk and Metal Night, Moshpit, on 8pm-11pm Thursdays, on SYN 90.7 FM & Digital, and online at www.syn.org.au. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mo ...
 
This show is all about celebrating one half of the globe responsible for creating us. Basically, Farter Figures will be delving into the wonderful world of dads. There are over 5 million fathers in Australia and more than 100 million worldwide. There are so many different types including old dads, young dads, stay at home dads, single dads, sperm donor dads, sugar daddies and some families even have two! So if you like dad jokes, dad news and dad fashion join me Wednesday nights on SYN Natio ...
 
A fictional radio program that tells the story of two young employees of a fantasy supermarket called Troll Foods. The story follows the two girls, Milly and Florence, on their adventures together in store – whether it's dealing with spells going wrong, difficult customers or the ever elusive but very alarming store ‘management’. The focus is on the two girls’ friendship and the way they overcome problems (both physical and emotional) together, usually joined by some wacky side characters al ...
 
This is Stories and You, the show were each week, we explore the stories in every day things. Join, Eunice, Evrim and James, as we talk about the importance of stories, the types of stories we encounter in our lives, and how they make up who we are through our perceptions of the world. Every show we tackle a new topic, whether it be stories from our childhoods, stories we encounter publicly, or those we create ourselves. We consider the way stories are told in music, art and other types of m ...
 
Movie Goggles is a film review podcast that only looks at the very worst of movies made, through a light and fun lens. Each host wields a pair of mystical Goggles, granting them the ability to watch the films that others declared, "unwatchable". Join Nic & Shivé as they take a trip through their catalogue of cult classics, and find out what it really takes to be called a "bad movie".
 
Pet Patrol is a show created and produced by Questionable Love Song Dedications creator Paul Waxman. Over his 20 years of existence, Paul has nothing but love for the world's varying creatures and animals, so, he decided to make a radio show about them! This podcast explores animal rights, fun animal facts and personal animal stories to get to the bottom of why pets and animals are such a fantastic and important part of our lives.
 
Influencers. They're the Kardashian clan of the creative world. They're the type of people called Karlie that do makeup tutorials on how to "kontour your kat". But since when did Karlie and her Kontouring Kat Kit get more attention than a Brunswick comedian or a pop-up poetry cafe founder? Tune in to Ezcapades with your host Ez, as we have a laugh with Melbourne's most promising creatives. Let's start giving credit where credit's due, and recognising the creatives with a c, and not the Kreat ...
 
It's A Match is a show about dating in the app age. Lindsey has been on 23 Tinder dates. She's still swiping. Anna went on her first Tinder date a few months ago and now, he's her boyfriend. It's pretty unfair. They're the opposite ends of the dating spectrum. Join them as they navigate the rights and lefts of online dating: terrible dates, awful messages, unsolicited dick pics and every now and then, a match that doesn't suck. Theme song by Peter McDermott and logo by Amirul Nasir (instagra ...
 
Airing every Saturday morning during the bleary, brunchy hours of 10-11, 0ur show is for all the people out there ready to unwind from their stressful week at work. Struggling to manufacture the desire to roll on out of bed? No need, we are hopefully already out of bed and can bring to you the sounds, tastes and sensory pleasures of the weekend. Tal and Caleb are gonna help you breeze into your Saturday with satirical segments, parodies, storytelling and scrumptious servings of music. Just w ...
 
Refugees On Air is a Melbourne-based podcast providing a platform for refugees, migrants and asylum seekers from all over the world to share their inspirational stories. Created by 19-year-old Syrian twins Sarah and Maya Ghassali in hopes of putting a human face to stories that often go unheard. Refugees On Air is recorded and produced on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the ...
 
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On this week's show, we are looking at all about COVID: The COVID zero dream is over for Victoria, is it time for every other state to break out of their fantasies as well? Global vaccine inequality, while some have booster shots, others have none at all. George and Viet discuss our predictions for how the COVID pandemic will run its course from no…
 
For this weeks News Talks, hosts Faith Macale and Benay Ozdemir caught up with Tim Sprey, Melbourne Hub Expansion Manager for Jigsaw, to talk about how young people living with disability can achieve rewarding, award-wage work, and what skills they can bring to the workforce. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Imogen and Jemma spoke with Diletta Legowo from the State Library of Victoria about the Future Founders Programs Hackathon -Hack for Happiness! Check out the Future Founders Program here: https://startspacehq.com/futurefounders/ Say hello to us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artsmittensyn/ 👋 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informat…
 
This week, we interrupt our regular programming to hear all about June Jones' new single 'Motorcycle', her album Leafcutter, and the ebbs and flows of creative work amidst the pandemic in Naarm/Melbourne. Settle in to hear about her collaboration with Geryon and after pursuing creativity remotely. Laura and Elizabeth also pop in for a quick LGBT+ n…
 
Youth Affairs Council of Victoria hosted its annual conference earlier this month, Reshape Our Future. Emile Pavlich gives us a rundown on Victoria's new youth strategy and the some of the innovative forms of justice that were spoken about at the two-day event. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Jemma and Imogen chatted with Domini Marshall of the Australian short film Slap, part of the 2021 Melbourne International Film Festival. Happy listening! To check out Domini's work: https://www.instagram.com/dominimarshall/?hl=en Say hello to us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artsmittensyn/?hl=en 👋 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
 
Jemma and Imogen spoke with Jaslyn Mairs, the Australian short film Sunburn director, which is part of the 2021 Melbourne International Film Festival. Check Sunburn out: https://www.instagram.com/sunburnfilm/?hl=en Say hello to us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artsmittensyn/ 👋 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
With hopes that COVID-19 may be behind us, many university students have relocated from all over the country in the hopes of experiencing face to face. Many young Australians have left home for the first time and are dealing with the unique situation of being under lockdown whilst living on campus. Reporter Angus Drain spoke to University College s…
 
The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report confirms what every School Striker already knows: climate change is happening now, and current government targets are not enough to avoid disaster. School strikers Natasha Abhayawickrama and Eva Rodgers join us to talk about what the report means for Australia and why you shouldn't …
 
The team discuss the ramifications of the Australia Government's choice to exclude sexuality and gender from the census, despite the Australian Bureau of Statistics shortlisting questions which would have allowed people to share their identities. Laura talks about what it means for their inner child to see characters like Gonzorella - a newly gende…
 
The IPCC report released a few days ago is one of the most comprehensive reports released about our climate. The "code red for humanity" findings in the IPCC report are consequences of human actions and will greatly impact the younger generations of Australia today. Reporter Sahar Foladi caught up with deputy director at Melbourne Climate Futures p…
 
We all know that this vaccine rollout has been bungled, with many not receiving vaccines who should have. Schools have struggled throughout 2020 and 2021 with closures. So should teachers have received the vaccine ahead of other groups? And what impact will that have in trying to keep schools open? Reporter Benjamin Lamb Victorian teacher Taylor an…
 
On this episode of Loud & Queer, Liz and Laura break down all our thoughts and questions on the season finale of Disney's new series, 'Loki' and what it means when Olympians are outed by their settings on dating apps. From the topsy-turvey world of bi representation to the implications of platforms that aren't regulated to protect queer people, thi…
 
Hype around Australian basketball is at an all time high! The Boomers and Opals Olympic runs show we can match it with the world. Reporter Angus Drain looks into what this means for the national league, the NBL. He caught up with basketball writer and podcaster Dan Boyce, Swinburne University adjunct research fellow for the Sport Innovation Researc…
 
The Australian Government lobbied hard to member states of the World Heritage Committee to propose the ‘in danger’ listing of the Great Barrier Reef. They were successful in their bid and the scientific community say the irrefutable evidence of damage to the reef suggests the decision is only postponing the inevitable. Reporter Emile Pavlich spoke …
 
After bungled opening and closing ceremonies in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, will Brisbane be ready for the 2032 Olympics? It's a big task for a small, little known city on the world stage. Additionally, what will it mean for our neighbour to the North? Panorama reporter Benjamin Lamb spoke to University of Queensland professor in economics Dr John…
 
Reza Barati was killed during an asylum seeker protest in the Manus island detention centre in 2014. Dozens were injured in the same incident. Barati's family is now seeking justice, and will fight the Australian government and security firm G4S, in court. Reporter Sahar Foladi spoke with University of Melbourne lecturer of criminology Dr Claire Lo…
 
This episode of Loud & Queer heard Sammy, Elizabeth and Laura discuss some of the latest cases of gender discrimination in the legal system. Elizabeth also sat down with an emerging queer musician to chat about their creative process: Joolz, a Brisbane-based cross-genre artist featuring a mixed bag of feels consisting of Indie pop, RnB electro and …
 
In recent weeks, we've seen bizarre ads pop up urging people to go and get the jab. One was targeting young people, many of whom are still not eligible to get their preferred vaccine. Reporter Benjamin Lamb caught up with RMIT marketing lecturer Dr Torgeir Aleti, One Small Step Collective creative director James Proctor and Olivia Rodrigo super-fan…
 
The Melbourne International Film Festival is in its 69th year (August 5-15th 2021) & Imogen spoke to programmer Kate Fitzpatrick all about it! Check out the program: https://miff.com.au/program/films Say hello to us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artsmittensyn/ 👋 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Scattered is a Melbourne based queer TikTok series that follows Jules, Sami & Bo the day after their friend Wil's funeral retracing their steps to find his ashes before they are set to be scattered. Imogen spoke with co-creator Logan Mucha about the production and why they decided to create the series for TikTok. You can follow @scatteredseries on …
 
Flunk is a Melbourne based YouTube series that has gained more than 50 million views since its premiere in 2018. The series follows 16-year-old Ingrid as she explores her sexuality while attending a country high school and navigating the pressure from her conservative Chinese-Australian family. Imogen interviewed Flunk producer Melaine Rowland abou…
 
Following months of isolation and years of detention, Medevac refugees in Melbourne’s MITA have been on hunger strike against their indefinite detention. Update: Seven refugees have now been hospitalised after the two week hunger strike, as per The Feed. Reporter Emile Pavlich caught up with recently released asylum seeker Ramsiyar Sabanayagam and …
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison's announcement that people under 40 should speak to their GP about getting the AstraZeneca vaccine caused a heap of confusion last week. But with vaccine hesitancy and the in-demand Pfizer vaccine in short supply, experts say young people are keen to roll up their sleeves and get Australia moving again. Reporter Angus …
 
Increases in the number of police reports into sexual violence jumped dramatically in March, a surge attributed to discussion around consent driven by young women like Chanel Contos and Brittany Higgins. If you, or someone you know has been affected by Sexual assault, Domestic violence, please call 1800 respect. Reporting by Sahar (Yumna) Foladi Se…
 
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