Radio-Marinara- 29 March 201503/28/15
Drs Beach and Surf will be joined by Perran Cook (Monash Uni) to talk about worm holes – not the cosmological kind, but actual worm holes – and how, as Charlie Darwin suspected, they are really, really important in turning over stuff (chemical...
Radio-Marinara 15 March 2015
Mark Rodrigue talks about the 2015 Festival of the Sea - lots of great stuff happening in Barwon Heads this weekend for all of us who love the brilliant briny. Then Dr Giovanni Turchini joins us to talk about his research into the rapidly diminishing...
Radio-Marinara 08 march 2015
Dr Julie Mondon from Deakin University has just come back from a stint in Antarctica doing research into impact of sewage produced by researchers and staff on Australia’s Antarctic bases. She’ll join us to talk about her research and what she found....
Radio Marinara - 01 Mar 2015
Lots and lots on in the marine and coastal world a the moment! John, Bron and Anth will be in to chat about it! Prue Addison from the AMSA Victoria branch about the upcoming “Showcasing Marine Science in Victoria” forum on March 4th in Melbourne. Mark...
Terri Allen is Radio Marinara’s new Dive Reporter, and on Sunday brings her inaugural dive report, including her pick of where to dive this Sunday. Tim Silverwood gives us the lowdown on a marine-themed evening as part of the 2015 Sustainable Living...
Radio-Marinara - 15 Feb 2015
ast week, Dr Erich Fitzgerald from Museum Victoriaspoke about the uniquely precious marine fossil record along the Beaumaris coastline - ifyou didn'tcatch the show. Erich brought someextraordinary information - the site is Australia's best snapshot...
Radio Marinara 16 February 2014
Drs Beach & Surf, and a over-tired Bron will catch up with Prof. Tim Entwisle, Director and CEO of the Royal Botanic Gardens to discuss how a marine science degree at Melbourne Uni led to a career in some of the great botanic gardens, including the...
Radio Marinara - 09 February 2014
So you turn your back for 8 weeks and look what happens - an ambush on sharks, whales, dolphins, the Barrier Reef? Seriously? Did we all just slip into some weird parallel universe where the marine environment is somehow part of the Dark Side? Bron...
Radio Marinara - 08 Dec 2013
Three years ago Bron spoke with Tim Winton about shark conservation and his role as Patron of the Australian Marine Conservation Society. At the end she asked Tim if he'd come back and talk surf culture with her and Dr Surf. He said he would and true...
Radio Marinara - 01 December 2013
Welcome to Summer Everyone! And a nice hot day for BBQ Day too...Ummm, however... things are pretty bad at Bastion Point, and for Mallacoota and Victorian coastal management as we know it. The dozers have rolled in, and destruction has begun. We speak...
Radio Marinara - 24 November 2013
MAGNIFICENT MARINE MEGAFAUNA! We speak with Sydney Author John Newton about 'A Savage History', is a new book by Sydney author John Newton about the history of whaling of whales in the Pacific and Southern Oceans through the 18th century through to...
Radio Marinara - 17 November 2013
During the week Dr Surf and Bron caught up with Australian surfing legend Wayne Lynch. They spoke aboutUnchartered Waters - The Personal History of Wayne Lynch, the documentary released this week about Wayne’s life, and shifting Australian surf...
Radio Marinara 10 Nov 2013
John Arnould comes in to talk seal research, Capn Windshift talks local sailing and how you can give it a go in a couple of weeks - for free! Dr Beach brings in the latest marine news. And Jeff brings us something from his bag of b-grade briny...
Radio-Marinara 03 November 2013
Neil Blake joins us in studio to talk about a new film called ‘Baykeepers’ about the issue of plastic pollution in Port Phillip Bay, and a new booklet ‘Nurdle Soup’ – Mmmm! Or not. Plus a new guide to community culls of pest seastars. Then we cross to...
Radio Marinara 27 October 2013
Drs Damien Callahan and David Hill - Researchers from the University of Melbourne and Deakin - talk about algal biofuels - will we be really be able to replace fossil fuels with algae one day? Mick Sowry has temporarily stepped away from making...
Radio Marinara - 20 October 2013
Angeline talks Ear Wax – something we clean out of our ears every day (some of us even during Question Time) builds up over a lifetime in the ears of blue whales, and as scientists are discovering, could just save their lives. The we speak with Emily...
Radio Marinara - 06 October 2013
John and Anth are in the studio this morning... We will talk a new wave of community supported fishing programs – a direct-to-consumer approach by fishermen where they receive upfront payments and deliver fish directly on a schedule.Mal Webb will be...
Radio Marinara 29 September 2013
Bron Burton and Hilary McNevin are carrying a slightly shabby Dr Beach today... Dr Megan Saunders, a researcher at the University of Queensland, discusses her recent paper about sea grass decline and latest research; Cassie Duncan, co-founder and...
Radio Marinara - 22 September 2013
No science Ministry for Australia - what does this mean for Marine Science? Bron and Angeline are joined by Dr Jen from Einstein Au Go Go to ponder the next few years of no Science Ministry, no independent advisory body on climate change, and which...
Radio Marinara - 15 September 2013
Bron, Dr Beach and Dr Surf are in the Marinara studio this week talking Tall Ships with Mark Bergin along with all the usual, and so so usual banter about all things wet and salty! Enjoy!!
- Melbourne, VIC