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Solidarity Breakfast 15.03.2014

3/15/2014
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Bill, Corey and Emm, are joined by march in March organiser Jenny and Noah Bassill, Ukraine, Michael Karadjis from University of Western Sydney on 3 years in Syrias revolution. We are also joined by Kevin Healey for that is the week that was and by US occupy activist Carl Gibson to discuss the future of the Occupy movement.File Download

Duration:01:30:50

Asia Pacific Currents 15.03.2014

3/15/2014
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Labour updates from the Asia Pacific region. Interview with Athit Kong from the Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers Democratic Union. Asia Pacific Currents is the program of Australia Asia Worker Links.File Download

Duration:00:28:57

What's the Score $port 14.03.2014

3/14/2014
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Today we talk to AWU organiser John-Paul Blandthorn about his work with professional athletes and collective bargaining in their workplace.File Download

Duration:00:28:56

Keep Left 14.03.2014

3/14/2014
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Chris and Bill examine some of the weeks hypocrisy, from Ukraine to Washington. What does the right to self determination mean if a population cant vote to determine their destiny.File Download

Duration:00:35:58

Left After Breakfast 14.03.2014

3/14/2014
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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:00:55:59

Beyond Zero 14.03.2014

3/14/2014
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BZE talks to Lindsay Soutar, National Director of Solar Citizens.File Download

Duration:00:26:09

Saay Xaba 14.03.2014

3/14/2014
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Todays program will consist of: Din Mihrira, Zidaay Hera program Special presentation on (Recent fire accident in Harar that destroyed 600 shop and $10,00000 worth of goods). Music, Zikr and community announcements. Please send us your thoughs on: saayxaba@hotmail.comFile Download

Duration:00:59:14

Chin Radio 13.03.2014

3/13/2014
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Australia thawng, Chinland thawng, Kawlram Thawng, Ramdang thawng, le Hla dawh hna an si lai.File Download

Duration:00:21:00

Published Or Not 13.03.2014

3/13/2014
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Sally Van Gent has written about the trials and tribulations of her apple orchard in Clay Gully. She has also drawn the animals that visited and given recipes too. The publishing world in all its guises is revealed in Euan Mitchells, Your Book Publishing Options.File Download

Duration:00:28:58

Spoken Word 13.03.2014

3/13/2014
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Second part in series featuring writers from western suburbs at Dancing Dog and Big West Festival.File Download

Lost In Science 13.03.2014

3/12/2014
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On this episode, we find out why modern varieties of vegies are less nutritious than they were 50 years ago, look at the science of Oscar winner Dallas Buyers Club, and have a crack at the science behind whip cracking.File Download

Duration:00:30:16

Arts Express 13.03.14

3/12/2014
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Valerie interviewed well known Irish poet, musician, music producer and academic Andy White about politics and music, Irish style and heard some of his music and storytelling from 21st Century Troubadour.File Download

Duration:00:28:33

Anarchist World This Week 12.04.2014

3/12/2014
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Three legged Neo-Liberal horse, Murdochs treasure grove, contested history? and much much more. Joseph Toscano 0439395489 P.O. Box 20 Parkville 3052 Melbourne. anarchistage@yahoo.com anarchistmedia.orgFile Download

Duration:00:55:19

Renegade Economists 12.03.2014

3/12/2014
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Collage Cuts revisited: a few minor changes to this April 2012 mix of economic thought starters. Why didnt I include my recent ABC news grabs? It has something to do with .File Download

Duration:00:27:24

Raising Our Voices 12.03.2014

3/11/2014
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Pauline Williams speaks with Brenda Lacey all about Art and Accessibility, and to Peta Ferguson from Brain Injury Matters (BIM) and Jacqui Ward (SARU) about whats happening in self advocacyFile Download

Duration:00:29:57

Tuesday Hometime 11.03.2014

3/11/2014
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1) His week that was Kevin healy 2) Ken Mooneys story Part 1 social and union activist 3) Report back from public doctors meeting in Brisbane- Dr Brian Senewaratne 4) History of Crimea and Ukraine Dr Brian McKinlay- historian and authour 5) 3rd Anniversary Fukushima nuclear disaster, Dr Tilman Ruff- co-president International Physicians Against Nuclear Weapons and War.File Download

Duration:01:30:36

YarraBUG 10.03.2014

3/10/2014
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Nancy Atkin and Nic MacLellan from the Brunswick Residents Network join Val for a 25min sprint through the results of their Brunswick Traffic Survey 2014 and Pip Carrol from The Squeaky Wheel joins us to chat on She Spoke, three months of rides,workshops and special events celebrating woman on bikes. htt://brunswickresidents.wordpress.com Pushy Woman thesqueakywheel.com.auFile Download

Duration:00:24:12

Tuesday Breakfast 11 03 14

3/10/2014
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Arun Kundnani speaks about the themes in his recent book, The Muslims Are Coming!, most notably about the politics and history of terrorism, how and why Islamophobia has grown in the US UK contexts, who benefits from the mass surveillance of Muslim people, and a thorough critique of the War on Terror. You can follow Aruns work at http://www.kundnani.org/File Download

Duration:00:30:03

Dirt Radio 10.03.2014

3/10/2014
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The Australian fossil fuel industry is plowing ahead, literally, digging, drilling, excavating wherever it can, to extract the stuff that should stay in the ground if the globe is to duck climate catastrophe. This week farmer and environmental activist John Fenton from Wyoming talks about what happened to his community when they let the fossil fuel industry in. A cautionary tale.File Download

Duration:00:28:21

Women On The Line 10.03.2014

3/9/2014
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A discussion with Eugenia Flynn, Texta Queen and Lia Incognita on intersectional feminism, the struggle of finding a platform and the importance of support. Eugenia Flynn :: TextaQueen :: Lia Incognita :: File Download

Duration:00:28:05