Radio for Kids-logo

Radio for Kids

Art >

More Information

Location:

United States

Genres:

Art

Language:

English


Episodes

Solidarity Breakfast 24.05.2014

5/24/2014
More
Bill, Annie, Corey and Emm discuss Protest with Dr Noah Bassil from MacQuarie University and Melbourne March in March organisers, Jenny James and Miriam Adler.File Download

Duration:01:32:50

Saay Xaba 23.05.2014

5/23/2014
More
Saay Xaba Radio has an exiting program for you in store. We commence our program with Din Mihrira, The history of Sheikh Ahmed Gatur part 4. An exclusive interview with the author of Ye Misraq Ferxoch Amir Younis Rahas. A poem by Eid Afendi Esmail part 2. Community announcements, Hararian Music, zikr and much more. In order to improve our program to you please send us your feed back on saayxaba@hotmail.comFile Download

Duration:00:58:29

Keep Left 23.04.2014

5/23/2014
More
Chris and Bill say vale Doug Jordan before commenting on the budget and the lies and the cold hearted assault on the poorest in society.File Download

Duration:00:31:24

Left After Breakfast 23.04.2014

5/23/2014
More
3CR Resident Historian Glen Davis joins Susanna for a closer look at our little-known Australian history, while the Bagman gives his take on current affairs. News Views and What-Have-Youse.File Download

Duration:00:58:58

Beyond Zero Emissions 23.05.2014

5/23/2014
More
Beyond Zero Emissions talks to Craig Chambers from AECOM about electricity generation at remote locations.File Download

Duration:00:27:22

Arts Express 22.05.2014

5/22/2014
More
Valerie discussed the ramifications of the recent Federal Budget on the Arts community in Australia and noted some upcoming events in Melbourne.File Download

Duration:00:29:18

Published or Not 22.05.2014

5/22/2014
More
Craig Sherbournes, Tree Palace, provides an unexpected, comic insight into family through the lives of a group of itinerants who manage to survive despite the challenges they face.File Download

Duration:00:29:05

Lost in Science 22.05.2014

5/22/2014
More
We talk about how the computer software Shazam identifies music, ask whether its possible to patent human genes and look for strategies to win at rock, paper, scissors.File Download

Duration:00:30:37

Renegade Economists 21.05.2014

5/21/2014
More
The Need for Economic Pluralism: Dr Tim Thornton (author The problem with the way we educate economists http://tinyurl.com/pv4zyul) discusses the need for expanding the economists tool kit to give alternative perspectives. The interview was prompted by the formation of the International Student Initiative for Pluralism in Economics.File Download

Duration:00:27:33

Brainwaves 21.05.2014

5/21/2014
More
Ben Rinaudo speaks with Deborah Lugsden about how her social networks have enhanced her life, and we hear from Neil Barringham from A Place to Belong an organisation that works to build inclusion for people who experience mental health challenges. :: File Download

Duration:00:21:42

The Boldness 21.05.2014

5/21/2014
More
This month we looked at how the budget will affect people and students with disabilities. We spoke with Craig Wallace, People With Disabilities Australia (PWDA) President and Chris Watt, Federal Secretary of Independant Education of Australia. Check out PWDA facebook page for Petition on Saving ABC campaign to keep the Disability Commissioner role at Aust Human Rights Commission.File Download

Duration:00:29:48

Anarchist World 21.05.2014

5/21/2014
More
The latest edition of Anarchist World This Week. anarchistage@yahoo.com, anarchistmedia.orgFile Download

Duration:00:56:18

Tuesday Hometime 20.05.2014

5/20/2014
More
His week that was Kevin Healy; update on smart meters and aftermath of Morwell mine fire Ray Bennett; Al Nakba day the catastrophy for Palestinians, Vivienne Porzsolt; Costa Rica the anomaly in Latin America Dr Ralph Newmark; situation in Syria Dr Tim Anderson.File Download

Duration:01:27:53

Earth Matters 18 05 2014

5/20/2014
More
The federal government sucks up to loggers with their current push to de-list 75000 hectares of high conservation forests in Tasmania from World Heritage Area status. By contrast, the Earth Worker Cooperative is an Australia wide project of worker owned co-operatives focused on producing sustainable technologies and providing green jobs for workers. ( Anna Boddenberg, Earth Worker Cooperative; Peg Putt, Markets for Change; Jenny Weber, Bob Brown Foundation)File Download

Duration:00:30:01

Accent of Women 20.05.2014

5/20/2014
More
What is going on in Thailand? Who are these warring factions of the countrys elite? And what possible solution is there for the people of Thailand? This week on Accent of Women, we try to answer some of these questions.File Download

Duration:00:29:47

YarraBUGRadioShow 19.05.2014

5/19/2014
More
Faith and Val bring you news and events from bicycle land. A look at Melbourne Citys ongoing bike plan, a ride through the high country, For the Love of Honey, and Bikes for Humanitys upcoming event on Thursday 22nd May. For the love of honey :: :: File Download

Duration:00:28:55

Dirt Radio 19.05.2014

5/19/2014
More
So much happening in the world of environmental struggle, Dirt Radio decided this week to do a bit of a wrap up and an overview. Then we talk to a key spokesperson from Surf Coast Air Action, the campaign working out of Anglesea, a coastal town on the Great Ocean Road, to close down a 60 year old coal mine situated way too close to domestic residences and a primary school.File Download

Duration:00:31:27

Women on the Line 19.05.2014

5/19/2014
More
A book by US journalists Katty Kay and Claire Shipman called The Confidence Code suggests that women suffer from a lack of confidence in their abilities. We speak to Rebecca Mitchell from University of Newcastle and Bronwyn Eager from The Shoe Alternative about female confidence levels and how they can impact our careers and our lives.File Download

Duration:00:30:13

Freedom of Species 18.05.2014

5/18/2014
More
Will Potter, author of Green is the New Red. Will is an award-winning journalist, author, and TED Fellow based in Washington, D.C. who focuses on the animal rights and environmental movements, and civil liberties post-9/11. Well hear about his work and how it relates to changes in Australian law and society.File Download

Duration:00:57:17

Out of the Pan 18.05.2014

5/18/2014
More
IDAHOBIT wrap up; Kye speaks (trigger warning:abuse); which road to marriage equality?; ALP state conference news.File Download

Duration:00:41:14