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The team continues the great Marinara tradition of bringing you a quirky but informative look at all that is marine. Get to know all things wet and salty. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion

The team continues the great Marinara tradition of bringing you a quirky but informative look at all that is marine. Get to know all things wet and salty. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion

Location:

Melbourne, VIC

Description:

The team continues the great Marinara tradition of bringing you a quirky but informative look at all that is marine. Get to know all things wet and salty. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion

Language:

English


Episodes

Anth and Dr Beach Bring The Wet and Salty

11/7/2021
n a week where we saw a lot about COP26 Dr Beach and Anth thought they'd delve into what it all means for the oceans. What actually is a COP and why have there been 26 of them? And what does it mean for the ocean? Anth and Dr Beach will kick off by doing a COP 101 - all the questions you wanted to ask but were too afraid to as everyone seems to know what the stuff is about... If you have any specific questions, lets us know below and we'll try to answer them live. Join us in the monthly...

Duration:00:44:47

WW11 Submarines, Marine Debris, Bay Protection

10/23/2021
As so often happens with Marinara, a theme has emerged for this week's show - defence - against WWII submarines, the rising influx of plastics on our coastlines, and introduced marine pest species. • Maritime Heritage expert Rex Hunter talks about WWII incidents in Bass Strait through the early 1940s, and the flight of a Japanese ‘glen float plane’ over Melbourne in 1942. • We’ll speak with Jordan Gacutan from the University of New South Wales about what has been revealed after his team...

Duration:00:44:35

Ocean Plastics, Hyperallometry, Port Phillip Dolphins

10/16/2021
Bron and Dr Beach steer the good ship Marinara – we’ll start and finish with plastics in the ocean, and in between navigate hyperallometry and, a new catalogue of Port Phillip Bay’s magnificent dolphins. • First up, Baykeeper Neil Blake reports on some great research work by his students looking at the relationship between annual snapper movements in Port Phillip Bay and the presence of microplastics, and some great partnership work with Albert Park Yachting and Angling Club looking into...

Duration:00:47:41

Yacht racing, whales migrating, fish counting, Flinders Community campaigning, and Yarra monsters spooking...

10/9/2021
Bron and Kade wade in to the world of yacht racing, whales migrating, fish counting, Flinders Community campaigning, and Yarra monsters spooking... • Cabin Boy opens up his 1983 diary, and takes us back to the 1983 America’s Cup and how it changed the world • We’ll catch up with Dave Donnelly to get the latest on the migration of whales and their new babies along the Australian east coast as they head south to Antarctica for the summer. • We’ll speak with Charles Reis, spokesperson for...

Duration:00:48:59

850s Hobson’s Bay, plastics in the oceans (yep it hasn’t gone away), and pay tribute to the late, great Bob Whiteway, OAM.

9/25/2021
Bron, Fam and Rex look at 1850s Hobson’s Bay, plastics in the oceans (yep it hasn’t gone away), and pay tribute to the late, great Bob Whiteway, OAM. • Maritime Heritage guru Rex Hunter takes a look at defence installations in Hobson’s Bay during the 1850s. • We speak with Ricki Hersburgh, Executive Director of Plastic Oceans Australasia about how education and science-based strategies are changing how we value and use plastic and ultimately stop it from getting into the world’s oceans. •...

Duration:00:47:51

Flinders Pier, Ningaloo Reef, and will try to not talk like pirates for a solid harrrrrgggh!*

9/18/2021
This week Bron, Kade and Captain Trash take you to Flinders Pier, Ningaloo Reef, and will try to not talk like pirates for a solid harrrrrgggh!*… • Jo Richards and Michael Sams join us from Parks Victoria for an update on the proposed works at Flinders Pier, including findings from a report commissioned to determine the impacts from the proposed works on the local marine environment including the resident seadragons and nearby seagrass beds. We’ll also take a look at what’s planned in the...

Duration:00:45:44

Bron, Beach and Cabin Boy in the fishbowl

9/11/2021
Bron, Beach and Cabin Boy in the fishbowl

Duration:00:48:51

Cabin Boy Brett, Edie's plan to save endangered sharks & trout addicted to meth

7/17/2021
This week, Bron and Dr Beach take out their sorting brushes and see what’s what in the Marinara petri dish… • Our Cabin Boy Brett Ditchfield talks about three different mooring systems – jetties, piers and wharves. • A couple of weeks ago we were contacted by RRR subscriber Felix to let us know that his daughter Edie was deeply concerned about the plight of endangered sharks, and had come up with a 5-point plan to save them. We’ll be talking to Edie and her Dad about her plan, why sharks...

Duration:00:46:39

Rex Hunter, Dive Report. Shellfish Restoration Project and Jeff with Soundwaves

7/10/2021
This week, Bron and Kade brush off the dry suits … • Rex tells us about the wreck of the small ketch Water Witch lost off Red Bluff in 1870, with the loss of two lives. Rex and his mates have been searching for this site since 2009 and he will talk about their quest to find it. • We catch up with AJ Morton for a dive report, a check in on the spider crabs, and to talk about the news of the week - Flinders Pier • Simon Branigan from the Nature Conservancy joins us for an update on the...

Duration:00:50:07

Neuston, New Deakin U Centre for all things marine

7/3/2021
Dr Beach and Anth are floating the marinara lilo out this week. Live on Sunday 9.00 AM. Poddie anytime after that. Dr Beach will kick of with a beauty of a LaB by looking at Neuston – the understudied animals and plants that live on or near the surface of the oceans. Ever wondered about them and what they do and how? Now is the time to listen and learn. Prof John Donald from Deakin Uni will join us live on air to discuss a big new Deakin Centre focused on all things marine. And in this...

Duration:00:43:18

Killer Whales, Spider Crabs, & Our Antarctica Correspondent

6/26/2021
This week, Bron and Fam go beachcombing… • We continue our chat with Dave Donnelly (Killer Whales Australia, Dolphin Research Institute), live on location for the ORRCA whale census day. We’ll find out what ORRCA is all about, and pick up where we left off last week about the start of the whale watching season, and some interesting research Dave’s been doing into Bubble Net feeding. • Then we cross to Jacqui Younger - it’s D-day for the Spider Crabs of Melbourne – everything is set – the...

Duration:00:45:46

Baykeeping, King Diving, Killer Whales

6/19/2021
his week, Bron and Kade grab the bucket & spade… •Baykeeper Neil Blake has been looking at the known habitats of thin-ribbed cockles after thousands of freshly dead shells were cast up by last week’s storm. Neil will talk about his observations, and potential connection to the recent increase in sightings of Northern Pacific Seastars on the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay •Johno Rudge is the director of Kina Diving and has been a commercial diver for over 30 years. He’s dived everywhere...

Duration:00:47:14

Baykeeper Neil, Spider Crabs, Kathryn Heyman as Deck Hand on Timor Sea, and Community Grants

6/5/2021
This week, Bron and Kade don the virtual mask and snorkel and go exploring… • Baykeeper Neil Blake talks up the concept of a rapid response community taskforce to report and remove newly arrived pest species like Asian Shore Crabs, and existing established pests like Northern Pacific Seastars. • Shannon Hurley from the Victorian National Parks Association brings us this week’s report on the spider crabs – has this week’s blood moon brought them in? And if it has, are Victoria’s 5km...

Duration:00:46:34

Seafaring during COVID, Spider Crabs and All Things Wet & Salty

5/22/2021
This week, Bron and Dr Beach grab the bucket and spade and head to the sand… •Dr Beach brings a card-carrying seafarer into the studio to talk about the plight and tribulations of seafarers around the world, especially in covid times. •It’s late May and the next full moon is on its way, which means… Melbourne’s Spider Crabs are on the march! We’ll catch up with AJ Morton and Jacqui Younger about the incoming crabs, the long campaign to protect them from exploitative harvesting, and what we...

Duration:00:44:48

Pint of Science & Jeff with Soundwaves

5/8/2021
This week, Bron and Dr Beach head into the marine lab (to see what’s on the slab), and will peer down the microscope to examine... • Pint of Science 2021! Are you feeling thirsty for some marine science and perhaps a bevvy to boot? Then Pint of Science is for you! Chanel Egan is Chief of Staff (or should that be Head Bartender?) at Pint of Science and will tell us about the wonderful two weeks of online science programs about to kick off. • We’ll then have a chat with two of the stars of...

Duration:00:47:32

Seaspiracy, Parks Victoria and Marine Vertibrates

5/1/2021
Fam and Anth are on deck Sunday with a diverse rock pool of marine and coastal stuff! Fam been watching Seaspiracy - yep - and like all of us has some views. Join for an RM TV review (with a difference). This weekend is Sharing the Love #5 - the amazing 5th time that Parks Victoria and others have run the Victorian Marine Volunteers Forum - Sharing the Love 5. Time they are in Anglesea. We will be joined live on the line from STL5 by a mystery reporter to fill us in on how this year has...

Duration:00:44:44

Cabin Boy, Baykeeper, Bellerine Art & Flinders Pier Demolision

4/24/2021
This week, Bron and Kade are in the beach house: •Cabin Boy joins us for a sailing report, taking a look at places to sail if you don’t live by the sea. •We’re speak with Bellarine Peninsula artist Chelsea Gustafsson, who frequently uses washed up beach debris to create stunning art that expresses her worries about the health of our oceans and questions the role we as individuals play in making this world a better, or worse, place. •Baykeeper Neil Blake talks about the perils of...

Duration:00:40:11

Tommy Dodd, Ethic of Fossil Hunting, Soundwaves

4/10/2021
Bron and Fam catch up with •Rex Hunter about exciting news about the discovery of the Tommy Dodd in Port Phillip Bay •Ben Francischelli (Museums Victoria), to explore the ethics of fossil hunting, and what you should do if you think you’ve found a fossil, and •Jeff Maynard with Soundwaves Seaquels: this week we ask the burning question… how many Seaquels does it take to sink a franchise?

Duration:00:45:54

Cape Bridgewater, Nudibranch, Vegetarian Sharks and Little Penguins of Middle Island

4/3/2021
Dr Beach and Kade bring you a diverse hour of all things wet and salty, including: •an update on Save Cape Bridgewater campaign with campaign spokesperson Mary Picard •a fascinating new science paper describing how a species of nudibranch literally loses its head (or body, depending on your perspective), only to grow itself whole again. •evidence that once upon a time, there was a species of now extinct vegetarian shark (go Bruce!) •and Deakin University’s Dr Trish Corbett joins us to...

Duration:00:46:04

Whales - All Killer...

4/3/2021
Anth and Bron And Cabin Boy bring you all things wet and salty this week - really very interesting updates on killer whales included.

Duration:00:42:52