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3CR 855AM is a community radio station in Melbourne, Australia. 3CR broadcasters present over 130 programs every week. The station gives a voice to those people and issues denied media access.

3CR 855AM is a community radio station in Melbourne, Australia. 3CR broadcasters present over 130 programs every week. The station gives a voice to those people and issues denied media access.
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3CR 855AM is a community radio station in Melbourne, Australia. 3CR broadcasters present over 130 programs every week. The station gives a voice to those people and issues denied media access.

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English


Episodes

Accent of Women - 27.01.15

1/26/2015
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Daniella Rochford talks about why we shouldnt celebrate Australia Day.File Download

Duration: 00:27:59


Renegade Economists Highlights pt1 2014

1/13/2015
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An economic collage of sounds n thoughts with Aoi Rock Bottom, Gary Clail Never Surrender Enough is Enough (Another Nail in the Mast, On-U-Sound), Keilor MacDuff (Ferguson), Margo Kingston, Dave Wetzel, Flying Lotus, Dirk Loehr, John August, Kelpe Colours Dont Leak, Diaries Rum, Michael Vardon, Philip Soos, David Collyer, Beck Ricardo DonosoFile Download

Duration: 00:29:38


BZE talks to Dr Ashraf Uddin

1/8/2015
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Beyond Zero talks to Dr Ashraf Uddin from UNSW about organic photovoltaics.File Download

Duration: 00:27:44


DOGS 03.01.2015

1/2/2015
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News, views and opinions on all things public education from Defense of Government Schools. :: Australian Council for the Defense of Government Schools File Download

Duration: 00:54:54


Women On The Line 05.01.2015

1/1/2015
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State violence and police brutality are endemic to Australia, and as many people are aware, to the United States. The Whistleblowers, Activists and Citizens Alliance hosted a Ferguson solidarity event on the 5th of December 2014 outside the U.S. Embassy in Melbourne. This action was heavily criticised by attendees, particularly black and non black People of Colour. We speak with Samira Farah from the African Film Festival and Claire Busac about the responses to these criticisms. Todays...

Duration: 00:27:21


Anarchist World This Week 31.12.2014

12/31/2014
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Host Joe Toscano reflects on the past year and looks at How we have performed as a society, what are our goals, what are the visions that are pushing and challenging us as a society.. homepage for the Anarchist Media Institute :: The Anarchist Media Institute - aims, objectives and activities File Download

Duration: 00:56:12


Stick Together 31.12.2014

12/31/2014
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On the 16th of December a Hazara man called Gullistan was forcibly removed from Maribyrnong Detention Centre to be deported back to Afghanistan. We hear from Chris Breen of the Refugee Action Collective at the gates of Maribyrnong just minutes after Gullistan was taken away in a unmarked white van. We also hear from Robin Rothfield, national co-convenor of Labor for Refugees, for a round-up of the current situation and the role for organised labour and parliamentary Labor in fighting for...

Duration: 00:27:59


The Boldness 31.12.2014

12/31/2014
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Boldness host Daniel rounds up a year of amazing broadcasts, highlighting some of the great interviews and guests that have featured on the programme. He also discusses his disability dreams and nightmares for the year ahead. homepage for Disability Media :: Disability Media Australia (formerly Grit Media) - increasing the visibility of people with disabilities in the media sector File Download

Duration: 00:24:17


Renegade Economists Summer Sounds 31.12.2014

12/31/2014
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Protest sounds featuring Gary Clail, Non Bossy Possee, Organarchy Sound System, Dj Spooky, The Fat, Fun Da-Mental and Scott CookFile Download

Duration: 00:29:38


Lost In Science 01.01.15

12/29/2014
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Lost In Summer Science is a trip back in time to listen to some of our favourite stories from the archives, Beth talks about how humans interact with robots, Chris investigates medical confluicts of interest, and Stu finds out how zombie robot birds are helping us understand bird brains.File Download

Duration: 00:28:08


Accent of Women - 30.12.2014

12/29/2014
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The Annihilation of Caste is arguably one of the most important works of Indian political writing. Completed in 1936, the book is an audacious denunciation of Hinduism and the caste system and has remained a rallying cry for 60 years. In her introduction, Arundhati Roy looks at how caste has continued through modern Indian history, and why the words of Ambedkar are necessary today more than ever. Arundhati Roy delivers a shattering critique of Ghandi and his role in history. This is Part...

Duration: 00:27:59


BZE Community 29.12.2014

12/29/2014
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In this episode, Vivien brings us the Wheeler Centre Debate Intelligence Squared Debates: Coal-fired Power will Soon be Obsolete. Speaking for the proposition is: Bob Brown, former leader of the Australian Greens Professor Mike Sandiford, director Melbourne Energy Institute Lane Crockett, Executive General Manager, Pacific Hydro Speaking against the proposition is: Dr Richard Aldous, CEO CO2CRC Dr Nikki Williams, former head of the Australian Coal Association Sinclair Davidson, professor...

Duration: 00:58:38


Women on the Line, 29.12.2014

12/28/2014
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Looking ahead to a new year of creative possibility, we speak to two women who have overcome anxiety, fear and other inhibitions in order to share their art with the world music video director Lucy Dyson, and comedian/performer Selina Jenkins.File Download

Duration: 00:30:27


SpokenWord_01_01_2015

12/27/2014
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Bronwyn Manger and her twin sister, Emily Polites, burst onto the Melbourne poetry scene five years ago. This refreshing duo is notable for their word play and sense of fun. Part 1 focuses on their performance work, Part 2 on their page poetry.In the second interview, Emily and Bronwen focus on their poetry in publication. Listen on 855 AM radio. Produced by Di CousensFile Download

Duration: 00:29:53


Radioactive Show 27.12.2014

12/26/2014
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This week we hear snapshots from the Third International Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons. Over 150 government delegartions gathered to discuss the impact of nuclear weapons. The Austrian Government invited a nuclear weapons test survivor from Australia to address the conference, Aunty Sue Coleman Haseldine, a Kokatha mula woman. We also hear from South Africas Desmond Tutu, and Tim Wright, speaking on behalf of the International Campaign to abolish nuclear...

Duration: 00:29:15


Renegade Economists_Summer 2014

12/26/2014
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Songs of Protest with Grace Petrie, Michael Hurley, Jamie De Wulf and the Snap Judgements, Christian Williams, David Rovics, Cantankerous Monk and Bonnie DobsonFile Download

Duration: 00:29:38


Out Of The Pan 21.12.2014

12/20/2014
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2014 review; Midsumma preview; 2015 whats ahead. See you on 25 Jan and a happy safe season to all. remember q-life 1800 184 527File Download

Duration: 00:35:41


Earth Matters 21.12.2014

12/20/2014
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Following Hurricane Sandy, New York City was found to have violated the rights of 900,000 of its residents with disability by failing to provide for their evacuation during emergencies, through so-called benign neglect. Now researchers at Central Queensland University are working on a project to identify the vulnerability of people with disability to impacts of climate change in their region. Care International is also looking at the effects of climate change on vulnerable communities,...

Duration: 00:27:58


Renegade Economists 17.12.2014

12/18/2014
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Economic interview highlights intermixed with beats, soundscapes n samples featuring music by Aoi, Gary Clail, Flying Lotus, Beck, Kelp n Ricardo Donoso. Economists include Dr Michael Vardon, Dave Wetzel, Margo Kingston, Keillor MacDuff, Dirk Loehr, John August, Catherine Cashmore, Philip Soos, David Collyer and host Karl Fitzgerald. Show notes via http://www.earthsharing.org.au/1aTFile Download

Duration: 00:30:22


Lost in Science 18.12.2014

12/17/2014
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This week, Chris looks at the DNA analysis that identified the remains of King Richard III, Stu runs through some good science news stories of the year, and Beth takes a trip to the Antarctic for science.File Download

Duration: 00:30:37

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