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Melbourne's own Marine and Coastal news and views. Features Dr Beach with 'Life's a Beach', Brett Illingworth with 'The Brett Spot', Dr Surf with 'Surfing Culture on the Skids', Jeff Maynard with 'Sound Waves', Angeline Charles with 'Sisters of the Sea' , and John Ford with 'Tails from the Fish Shop', and Cathy 'Touch of an Angelfish' Crick.

Melbourne's own Marine and Coastal news and views. Features Dr Beach with 'Life's a Beach', Brett Illingworth with 'The Brett Spot', Dr Surf with 'Surfing Culture on the Skids', Jeff Maynard with 'Sound Waves', Angeline Charles with 'Sisters of the Sea' , and John Ford with 'Tails from the Fish Shop', and Cathy 'Touch of an Angelfish' Crick.
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Melbourne, VIC

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Melbourne's own Marine and Coastal news and views. Features Dr Beach with 'Life's a Beach', Brett Illingworth with 'The Brett Spot', Dr Surf with 'Surfing Culture on the Skids', Jeff Maynard with 'Sound Waves', Angeline Charles with 'Sisters of the Sea' , and John Ford with 'Tails from the Fish Shop', and Cathy 'Touch of an Angelfish' Crick.

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English


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Radio Marinara 07 October 2018

10/6/2018
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Anote Tong is the former president of Kiribati (pronounced ‘Kiribas’), a nation in Micronesia on the brink of disappearing from continually rising sea levels. Now an acclaimed environmental campaigner, Anote Tong fronts an international campaign to highlight the impending catastrophe for his nation. His incredible efforts are captured in 'Anote’s Ark', a powerful new documentary directed by Matthieu Rytz, shortly to screen at the upcoming Environmental Film Festival Australia here in...

Duration:00:51:12

Radio Marinara - 23 September 2018

9/22/2018
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We cross live to our Baykeeper Neil Blake for a live-on-location report and update from the Moonee Ponds Creek Paddle Against Plastic below the Bolte bridge. Then Darren Cottam from EPA Victoria joins us to talk about ‘Drain Detectives’, a new program where you can play a role in monitoring beaches in Sandringham, Mentone, Mordialloc, Dromana and Rye, and maybe even help solve the mysteries of what ends up in stormwater drains that perhaps shouldn’t. And following on from last week, Callum...

Duration:00:50:05

Radio Marinara - 16 Sep 2018

9/15/2018
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Tangaroa Blue are coming to Melbourne! Over the next week they’ll be running a series of workshops on litter reduction initiatives. Director Heidi Taylor joins Bron and Dr Beach to talk about what Tangaroa Blue is all about, the Australian Marine Debris Initiative, this week’s workshops and how you can get amongst it, and Tangaroa Blue’s brand spanking new data collection app. Then Deakin Uni Law/Science students Ram and Louis bring the latest on some dredging legislation to be put to State...

Duration:00:45:09

Radio Marinara - 02 September 2018

9/2/2018
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Wow - after that whirlwind of a radiothon fortnight (for us) Dr Beach and Anth will be in with some old fashioned, calm chatter about all things sciency, marine and coastal. First up we will catch up on the all interesting marine news and views from the last week or two.... from a possibly new island in the Gulf of Arabia to Russian nuclear power plants to the upcoming Pacific Island forum. Then we go from BIG to small... this week the Bureau of Meteorology released the new three month...

Duration:00:44:29

Radio Marinara - 12 Aug 2018

8/11/2018
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Dr Beach and Dr Surf in the fishbowl....

Duration:00:47:54

Radio Marinara - 05 August 2018

8/4/2018
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Dr Beach and Anth in for a biggie Sunday - lots of news and views - including what the hell IS a Wholphin... if anything at all. Simon J Karis from Melbourne experimental label Nice Music joins the program to talk about Moshka, his co-curated event at Winter Wild Festival in Apollo Bay, which sees artists Various Asses, Nina Buchanan, Golden Syrup and more from the label come together for one night in the Otways on August 25. It is amazing what you can tell from digging into the sediments...

Duration:00:49:11

Radio Marinara - 29 July 2018

7/28/2018
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Kade and Rex Hunter in the Fish Bowl....

Duration:00:48:20

Radio Marinara - 22 July 2018

7/21/2018
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We spend an hour 'Sharing the Love', celebrating the annual coming together of Victoria's wonderful marine and coastal volunteer groups. We'll be crossing to Somers for the entire show, when we'll speak with our own Kade Mills and Parks Victoria organiser Mark Rodrigue to get an overview of the weekend. Then we'll have a concentrated chat with Mel Wells about her year on Macquarie Island studying subantarctic birds, ranger Jono Stevenson about the current state of marine pest species around...

Duration:00:50:32

Radio Marinara - 15 Jul 2018

7/14/2018
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Our Baykeeper Neil Blake joins Bron and Kade to talk beach profiles, mollusc surveying in Portarlington and the potential merits of alternative coastal protection methods. Craig Sherman from Deakin Uni enlightens us about eDNA - what it is and how it can be used to understand our own marine environment in Victoria. And Jeff brings us his latest find in the 2018 Australian TV that you might not know about, and possibly for good reason. This one be having lots of pirate talking.

Duration:00:50:37

Radio Marinara - 08 Jul 2018

7/7/2018
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It's a surfing extravaganza with Dr Beach and Dr Surf...

Duration:00:44:40

Radio Marinara - 01 Jul 2018

6/30/2018
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Rex and Anth in the shop Sunday! After a news round up of the things that matter, Wrecks (Rex) Hunter will join us to talk about ships’ tonnage. This might sound like a simple idea but there is a fair bit to it and many a person has been led up the garden path as a result. Rex will explore the very important Plimsoll line - named after Samuel Plimsoll, a 19th century UK parliamentarian who managed to save thousands of lives of merchant seaman. Dr Angela Murphy from Federation Uni will join...

Duration:00:49:00

Radio-Marinara - 27 May 2018

5/26/2018
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Dr Surf and Bron speak with champion kneeboarder Greg Bugden about the World Titles in Spain, and why kneelos are much tougher than your average bear. Then Dave Donnelly from Killer Whales Australia gives us the news on large whales arriving in Victoria's coastal waters and the release of the Two Bays Whale Project 2017 report. And Jeff brings us his latest in questionable Aussie TV with a wet and salty bent.rf and Bron speak with champion kneeboarder Greg Bugden about the World Titles in...

Duration:00:50:01

Radio Marinara - 20 May 2018

5/19/2018
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It's John and Bron in the fish bowl talking VCC Awards, and on the ph with Diego Barneche with his research on fish reproductivbe energey and relationship to body size. Dr Surf gets on the phone with Surf Report and John updates us with some news.

Duration:00:47:06

Radio Marinara - 13 May 2018

5/12/2018
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Paul Carnell from Deakin University talks about recent efforts to reduce excessive numbers of sea urchins in Port Phillip Bay, including why this has been a problem, his group’s approach, and what they expect to come out of their efforts. Then we welcome Ross Holmberg from Phillip Island Nature Park to tell us about the brand new ‘Seal Spotter Portal’, where you can join researchers in efforts to understand more about the dynamics of our magnificent seals in colonies along the Victorian...

Duration:00:53:36

Radio Marinara - 29 Apr 2018

4/28/2018
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Kade Mills returns to report back on last week's inaugural Victorian Sea Slug Census, with some amazing early indications of great nudibranch diversity and abundance in Port Phillip and Westernport. We'll cross to Blairgowrie to speak with PT Hirschfield for her latest on the annual spider crab migration into Port Phillip Bay. Artist Andrew Hazelwinkel joins us to talk about his upcoming exhibition 'What the Sea never Told', paying homage to the tragic drowning of 15 young footballers in...

Duration:00:46:52

Radio Marinara - 22 Apr 2018

4/21/2018
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This edition of All things wet and salty is brought to you by Dr Beach and John in the fishbowl with Dr Surf on the phone.

Duration:00:46:28

Radio Marinara - 15 Apr 2018

4/14/2018
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We see sea slugs by the sea shore - Kade Mills (VNPA) and Professor Steve Smith (National Marine Science Centre) join us to talk about next weekend's first ever Sea Slug Census in Port Phillip Bay and Westernport. Terri brings us a dive report (seriously?? Is ANYONE diving this weekend??). Dr Beach brings the latest in marine science. And Jeff brings us another classic marine TV show from yesteryear with Australian icon (and token female marine biologist). Catch you then!

Duration:00:47:58

Radio Marinara - 08 Apr 2018

4/7/2018
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Bron, Anth and Rex Hunter will be in Sunday with a huge range of marine and coastal delights. First Dr Bryce Stewart - Marinara's emerging UK reporter - joins us live from York in the UK to talk about the impact from the "Beast" weather event on UK marine life, Brexit fisheries negotiations, and what is called the "Blue Planet" effect - something we will get here soon! And next weekend, Slow Food Melbourne presents the inaugural ‘Slow Fish Festival’ in Spotswood, a time to take stock of...

Duration:00:52:49

Radio Marinara - 01 Apr 2018

3/31/2018
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Bron and Dr Surf are joined by Rob Curnow (Dr Trash) talking about World Clean-up Day. Also in the fish bowl are guests from 2 Comedy fest Acts - Attack of the Plastic Time Monsters, and, Dead Men Tell No Jokes - good times!

Duration:00:48:54