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A team of irreverent doctors lampoon sacred medical cows, and shed light on a range of medical and psychiatric conditions with special guests from around Australia and the Globe.

A team of irreverent doctors lampoon sacred medical cows, and shed light on a range of medical and psychiatric conditions with special guests from around Australia and the Globe.
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A team of irreverent doctors lampoon sacred medical cows, and shed light on a range of medical and psychiatric conditions with special guests from around Australia and the Globe.




Radiotherapy - 17 March 2019

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 impact us. Director of the Dax Centre, Charmaine Smith and fellow artist Jessie Brooks-Dowsett discuss their new exhibition Stigma: dismantled, revealed which delves into the mental health discussion...


Radiotherapy - 10 March 2019

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 one ligament, bone to bone, by the theme of the commodification of the health industry.


Radiotherapy - 03 March 2019

Panel Beater, Training Wheels and Capri talk about a mixture of different topics from the medical field. Capri discusses the Academy Award winning documentary Period. End of Sentence, Training Wheels looks at patient confidentiality, and Panel Beater explores the self help industry. In the news, Australia has recently been listed one of the healthiest English-speaking countries in the world!


Radiotherapy - 24 February 2019

Ms. Medic, Dr. Malice and Dr. Nick, on today's episode, discussed gender dysphoria and the LGBT+ community. In the news, the team also discussed an app developed by a Year 12 Student that improves neck posture, over 82,000 cases of Measles in Europe in 2018, Ms. Medic warns us all it might already be time to prepare for Flu Season.


Radiotherapy - 17 February 2019

Doctor Mal-Practice and Nurse Epi-Pen spoke about the Pituitary Gland on this week's episode with help from a surgeon, pathologist and patient to discuss what the gland is and what can go awry with the gland itself. Firstly they spoke to Jo about her own experience with her own Pituitary Gland producing excessive Human Growth Hormone due to a growth. Catriona McLean, a neurological pathologist and director of the Victorian Brain Bank, as well as surgeon Nicky Martin also discuss the tiny...


Radiotherapy - 10 February 2019

Hawkeye, Doctor Scharma and Panel Beater honed in on a very specific subject on today's episode of Radiotherapy. The three experienced doctors discussed the world of Public Health infomercials and how the public's health is informed and determined by government reform and intervention.


Radiotherapy - 03 February 2019

Welcome to 2019 lovely Radiotherapists! On the first episode of the year you were joined by Doctor Do-Little, The Vincent Van Gogh of Radio (Panel Beater), Doctor Training Wheels and Cyber Sioux! Joining your Radiotherapy team was Catherine Deveny, an author and politician who holds writing workshop for those with cancer. Sprinkled in was the news as well as discussion on Toxic masculinity, eating and how it affects the planet as well as a discussion on digital health strategies.


Radiotherapy - 16 December 2018

It's the last episode of Radiotherapy for 2018! To celebrate a fantastic year in medicine and health, Panel Beater, Hawkeye and Doctor Sharma reflected on the year's best stories.


Radiotherapy - 9 December 2018

Nurse Epipen, Doctor Mal-Practice and Doctor G-Spot were joined by an excellent array of guests on this week of Radiotherapy. Doctor Mick Creedy and Harry Brown from the Royal Children's Hospital, discussed ChIPS (Chronic Illness Peer Support) with the doctors and how it works. The achiever of a long list of credentials, Professor Felicity Baker discussed the importance of musical therapy on patience and how it can dictate moods and better recovery.


Radiotherapy - 2 December 2018

On this episode, the Radiotherapists welcome a new panelist under their wings! CyberSue, is our latest inclusion to the team, joining her were the Panel Beater and Doctor Do-Little. Joining the team was Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia Director of Support and Community Outreach, Doctor Amanda Pomery, who discussed the importance of prostate health and intensive prostate care. Panel Beater also discusses the power of mental health on democracy. In the news, was a baby really...


Radiotherapy - 25 November 2018

This week's radiotherapists: Miss Medic, Miss Diagnosis, and Dr. Nick were joined by an incredible guest. Author of the book, 'The Maddest Place on Earth,' and clinical psychologist Jill Giese discussed asylums and the way they used to work. The idea of loneliness was also discussed and how, in our social media filled world, could we possibly connect better. In light of the new elections, the doctors also discussed safe injecting rooms and their utmost importance.


Radiotherapy - 18 November 2018

Peri Partum, Panel Beater, Doctor Sharma, and Hawkeye were your radiotherapists today giving you your radio prescription with your RRR subscription. They were joined by author extraordinaire Kaz Cooke to discuss her own parenting tips, what goes into her books and her newly fresh in stores book: 'Babies and Toddlers.' Hawkeye also brought in the topic of the #StayInYourLane on Twitter that brought many social media scrollers the reality surgeons face when dealing with gunshot wounds and...


Radiotherapy - 11 November 2018

This week's episode's focus is the Brain. Using their brains to talk about brains are the Radiotherapists Nurse Epipen and Doctor Mel Practice. Joining them were three very special, brain-centric guests. Inspirational speaker and stroke survivor Emma Gee discusses her story and her new book 'Reinventing Emma.' Stroke-expert and expert in prevention of disease, Professor Amanda Thrift explored the ways to prevent stroke and neurologist Doctor John Waterston deeply explores his experience with...


Radiotherapy - 04 November 2018

In this week's episode Panel Beater, Dr. Do-Little, Dr. Capri and Training Wheels delved into the topics of psychological fonts and saying no to patients. Joined by RMIT Behavioural Business Lab expert Dr. Janneke Blijlevens, the team discussed a new font called 'Sans Forgetica.' Dr. Capri also discussed her experiences of being a GP and the importance of being able to say no to some patient requests. In news, the team of doctors also discussed Nauru, and Rubella's eradication in Australia.


Radiotherapy - 28 October 2018

Rainbow Doc, Panel Beater, Miss Medic and Doctor Malice joined you this week on Radiotherapy, with a long list of topics and issues, ranging from the topics of sexology, to art therapy, to inherent bullying within the medical field.


RADIOTHERAPY LIVE - Radiotherapy - 14 October 2018

In front of a live studio audience, the Radiotherapy team of Mal Practice, Dr. Do-Little and Autonomy celebrate Radiotherapy's 25 years in style. Joined by two special guests Jill Stark and Nelly Thomas, the team traversed the massive topic of mental health to celebrate World Mental Health Day.


Radiotherapy - 21 October 2018

Panel Beater, Peri Partum, Lady Gaga and Dr. Sharma guides you through a plethora of issues on today's show. Dr. Catherine Crook AM brought her knowledge on the use of music in the medical field. Dr. Sharma brought in the eloquent and profound Ruth Mitchell to discuss Nauru, and its detention centres. Lady Gaga discussed Scott Morrisson's views on LGBT+ representation in schools and how policy may interrupt many childhoods.


Radiotherapy - 7 October 2018

Capri, Panel Beater and Training Wheels explored a range of medical discussions on today's episode. Capri brought in Epidemiologist expert Professor Jane Hocking to discuss sexual health. Motor Neuron Disease Victoria/Neurological Alliance Chief Executive Officer, Rod Harris also joined the team to discuss the NDIS and its funding gap. In the medical news Training Wheels had a baby! Wahoo! The Nobel Prizes and Fecal Occult Blood Testing also came up, why? Listen and find out!


Radiotherapy - 30 September 2018

CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains discussions of sexual assault and the legal process of sexual assault allegations. If you find any of that confronting or triggering, listener discretion is advised. Call 1800 RESPECT if you find today's episode confronting. On this week's show you are joined by Doctor Nick, Doctor Malice and Miss Diagnosis as they reflect on the AFL Grand Final and the Bret Kavanaugh sexual assault case in the US. Miss Diagnosis went to the statistical heart of sexual...


Radiotherapy - 23 September 2018

Panel Beater, Hawkeye, and Doctor Sharma had a slew of guests discussing many wide subjects. ENT surgeon, Doctor Eric Levi, talked about physical and emotional burnout and how it affects physicians and surgeons, and hopefully how it can be fixed. Lucy Moir and Debra Lawrence with their darkly comedic Fringe Festival show 'Write Loud and Clear About What Hurts' about a wild therapy session. As told by Lucy and Debra, the show dives deep into modern day's narcissism and trivial ploys for...