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Eat It - 17 March 2019

RRR FM 51m 47s

We speak to Brae's Dan Hunter, have a market report from John, and catchup with Liam Matthews about renovating and revamping The Carringbush Hotel in Abbotsford... a vegan pub!
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Historian Carolyn Rasmussen discusses her joint biography of Melbourne's progressive power couple of the 20th century, Doris and Maurice Blackburn. Carolyn's book is called, The Blackburns: Private Lives, Public Ambitions. 
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Uncommon Sense - 19 March 2019

RRR FM 1h 40m 28s

Historian Carolyn Rasmussen discusses her joint biography of Melbourne's progressive power couple of the 20th century, Doris and Maurice Blackburn. Carolyn's book is called, The Blackburns: Private Lives, Public Ambitions. Andrew Walter, Professor of International Relations at Melbourne Universit...
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This week Kulja and Dylan speak with journalist, Guy Rundle about the state of world politics and his new anthology Practice: Journalism, Essays and Criticism. Then, Cam Walker from Friends of the Earth comes back on the show to talk about American politicians, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, green ne...
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In the studio this week are Drs Linden, Lauren and Shane who discuss what's been in the news: Bird guano can be really good for coral reefs and  calls to adopt a 5 year moratorium on gene editing in human embryos. Today's first guest (in the studio) Danielle Eastick, School of Life Sciences...
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Radiotherapy - 17 March 2019

RRR FM 51m 56s

Epi-pen, Dr. G-Spot and Dr. Mal-Practice collected a glorious mixture of experts for this week’s chock-a-block Radiotherapy. Dr Bruce Bolan the Chief Preventative Health Officer from the Department of Health and Human Services discusses the Victorian Sexual Health Service Review and how it will i...
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Dr Beach joins us for his first Marinara for 2019, exploring the latest in marine science in ‘Life’s a Beach’. Baykeeper Neil Blake talks about the ‘Grey to Green’ reef at Point Richards, installed 12 months ago by the City of Greater Geelong to address 15 years of Beach erosion. Neil has be...
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Sarah has been away this week, but that has not stopped the Breakfasters having fun. We kick things off with a new Food Interlude, and this week Michael Harden is in the studio to talk about the food Jeff describes as eating a spoonful of spit, but is actually a proven aphrodisiac. Speaking of fo...
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Renowned American historian of the Holocaust Emeritus Professor Christopher R. Browning, came in to talk about his life’s work and his most seminal contribution, Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland. Amy and Christopher discuss the ordinary men from the soci...
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Plato's Cave - 11 March 2019

RRR FM 42m 54s

The House That Jack Built, Everybody Knows and Reflections in the Dust were discussed. With Paul Anthony Nelson, Emma Westwood and Sally Christie.
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In the studio today is Chris KP, Dr Jen and Dr Euan; Not in the studio today... Dr Shane! In science news this week Dr Jen discusses bears. More specifically, Black bears and the unfortunate influence access to human food is having on their ability to hibernate. First Guest: Associate Professor ...
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Title: U.S.S Shenzou Podcast Title: Pod Of Dracula Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan & Megan McKeough. This week on Zero-G: Today's special guest interview with David Innes & Rob Lloyd, whose 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival show "Dracula" o...
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It’s the early morning Skeleton crew of Radiotherapy this week, and you’re joined by none other than the humerus Panel Beater and the ribbing Dr. Scharma. Clap your metacarpals together as the two discuss the stresses of being a University student in 2019. The show will also be joined together by...
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Eat It - 10 March 2019

RRR FM 49m 56s

On today's show we spoke to Tami Jonas from the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance about her recent trip to meet with the UN in Rome, Long Song chef David Moyles chatted about his upcoming Eel Dinner celebrating thousands of years of indigenous culture from the Port Fairy area, and we finished ...
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Radio Marinara - 10 Mar 2019

RRR FM 48m 36s

Fam Charko’s ‘Plastic Litteracy’, when we’ll dive into some shocking new revelations about plastic in the deepest parts of the world’s oceans. Then we catch up with Sean Doherty about ‘Fight for the Bight’ – it’s been a big week since we caught up with Sean last Sunday with growing awareness and ...
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This week’s Breakfasters offer hard-hitting discussions and light-hearted conversations. We start off in the serious corner as the show is visited by Kassem Eid, who talks about the Arab Spring, his life prior to the war and his book “My Country: A Syrian Memoir”. All eyes are on R Kelly after a ...
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Smart Arts 21 February 2019

RRR FM 30m 8s

This week, Richard sits down with MUMA's Senior Curator Hannah Mathews, and artists Will Foster and Gabrielle de Vietri to chat about Shapes of Knowledge; Laura Milke-Garner and Eleanor Howlett pop by to spruik ‘Producing Like a Pro’ workshop during the Gasworks Cabaret Project, and Director John...
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Smart Arts 7th February 2019

RRR FM 40m 38s

This week, Richard is joined by Director Mark Wilson to chat about Sweet Phoebe on at Red Stitch Theatre, Artist Simon Terrill pops by to talk about CCP's newest exhibition: major photographic survey of Crowd Theory, and ACMI curator Fiona Trigg chats about The Clock installation at ACMI.
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Smart Arts 31 January 2019

RRR FM 46m 50s

This week, Richard catches up with Bernard Caleo for Drawn Out, curator Victor Griss and Wendy Black chat about Counihan Gallery’s 20th birthday, and Director Lyall Brooks along with actor Henry Strand pop by to chat about Midsumma's Become the One.
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Backstory - 6 March 2019

RRR FM 36m 23s

On this episode of Backstory, CEO of Readings Mark Rubbo drops in to speak to Mel Cranenburgh about the 50th anniversary of the flagship Carlton store. Plus, scholar and writer Julienne van Loon discusses her latest book, The Thinking Woman.
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