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We chat with the very entertaining Sean Willmore, President of the International Ranger Federation and founding Director of The Thin Green Line. The Thin Green Line is an Australian NFP that ‘Protects Nature’s Protectors’; the rangers on the frontline of conservation across the globe. Over 1000 rangers have been killed in action over the past 10 years. We’ll also play tunes from the World Ranger Day fundraiser gig; Tinpan Orange, Tex Perkins and Makana. Should be a good show!

We chat with the very entertaining Sean Willmore, President of the International Ranger Federation and founding Director of The Thin Green Line. The Thin Green Line is an Australian NFP that ‘Protects Nature’s Protectors’; the rangers on the frontline of conservation across the globe. Over 1000 rangers have been killed in action over the past 10 years. We’ll also play tunes from the World Ranger Day fundraiser gig; Tinpan Orange, Tex Perkins and Makana. Should be a good show!
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United States

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Music Talk

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We chat with the very entertaining Sean Willmore, President of the International Ranger Federation and founding Director of The Thin Green Line. The Thin Green Line is an Australian NFP that ‘Protects Nature’s Protectors’; the rangers on the frontline of conservation across the globe. Over 1000 rangers have been killed in action over the past 10 years. We’ll also play tunes from the World Ranger Day fundraiser gig; Tinpan Orange, Tex Perkins and Makana. Should be a good show!

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English


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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


Anarchist World 17.12.2014

12/16/2014
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Coverage of local and national events from an anarchist perspective. Contact via: anarchistage@yahoo.com :: Anarchist Media Institute File Download

Duration: 00:56:11


Tuesday Hometime 17.12.2014

12/16/2014
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His week that was Kevin Healy; WRAP-UP Jack Smit, Project Safecom; Nic MacLellan, journalist and researcher; Professor Emeritus James Petras; Part 2 of interview with Socialist Party leader in Palestine Farouq Tariq.File Download

Duration: 01:28:54


Accent of Women 16.12.2014

12/15/2014
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Social unrest in Mexico as a result of the dissapearance of 43 rural student teachers from Ayotzinapa. The action was perpetrated by the State, that responds with fierce repression to all forms of protest. Laura Carlsen, political analyst, discusses from Mexico about the ongoing demonstrations and provides an insight on the current social and political crisis in the country.File Download

Duration: 00:29:59


Out Of The Pan 14.12.2014

12/13/2014
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Guest Anne Hunter talks about the inimimiminatable Janet Hardy visiting Australia in Jan/Feb.File Download

Duration: 00:42:09


RADIOACTIVE SHOW 29-11-14_POD

12/13/2014
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In early November, the Australian Government handed back Maralinga atomic test site in South Australia to the Traditional Owners. The Anangu were forced off their land in the 1950s and 1960s so the British could test nuclear weapons in South and Western Australia. Now they have their land back. But what does this mean in relation to failed clean ups and ongoing contamination at the site, as well as ongoing physical and psychological impacts from the bombs on Aboriginal people and...

Duration: 00:27:42


Radioactive Show 13.12.2014

12/12/2014
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The show features audio from Kokatha Mula woman Sue Coleman-Haseldine speaking at the 3rd Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons Conference in Vienna. She speaks about the ongoing impact of the British nuclear bomb tests on her country and community. We hear from Gem Romuld about the progress at Vienna towards an international treaty banning nuclear weapons. Also features and interview with Dave Sweeney about the new underground mine at Ranger and the environment impact assessment.File...

Duration: 00:30:02


Beyond Zero Emissions 12.12.2014

12/11/2014
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Beyond Zero talks to Bruce Mountain and Paul Szuster from Carbon and Energy Markets about the proposed partial privatisation of the Distributed Network Service Providers in NSW.File Download

Duration: 00:25:19


Lost In Science 11.12.2014

12/10/2014
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Beth talks to Bob Salmon about suncreen and skin cancer, Chris finds out how science might be able to help us all get along, and Stu digs deep into the story of Bridgmanite.File Download

Duration: 00:30:17


SpokenWord_27_11_2014

12/8/2014
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Melbourne great of spoken word and poetry Steve Smart appears on 3CR Spoken Word show. Steve is also a MC at The Dan Poets!File Download

Duration: 00:29:57


SpokenWord_11_12_14.Angela_Costi

12/8/2014
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Angela Costi reads poetry from her new chapbook Lost in Mid Verse. Studio production: Peter davis. Angela is a past producer of 3CRs Accent of Women. Brendan Ryan Wiki :: Angela chats about Brendans poetry speach for launch Lost in Mid Verse :: launch speach Lost in Mid Verse :: launch details Lost in Mid Verse :: Angelas po3ems in Cordite File Download

Duration: 00:29:05


Accent of Women - 9 December 2014

12/8/2014
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In the big industrial zone of Manesar, Gurgaon near New Dehli, over 300 workers have been on strike for over a month after Asti Electronics, a subsidiary of the large Japanese Asti Corporation, tried to sack them. These workers, mainly young women in their 20s, were hired by subcontractors to work on the assembly line making parts for automobiles. Most have been employed as casuals for years. This weeks Accent of Women speaks to one of the organisers of this dispute, Shivani KaulFile Download

Duration: 00:27:59


Earth Matters 07.12.2014

12/6/2014
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Last month, leaders of the most influential economies met in Brisbane to share their visions of the future, visions characterised by free trade and economic growth. Lurking behind the grandiose statements of the G20 are the realities of living under neoliberalism; environmental destruction, disenfranchisement and violence. Dr Carol Richards and Dr Patricia Ranald take a closer look at global free trade.File Download

Duration: 00:27:49


Renegades Economists 03.12.2014

12/4/2014
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Floating Concrete: A podcast only show featuring storyteller and concreter Hayden discussing some of the tricks we need to look out for when it comes to the foundations for housing the concrete slab. Karl also reviews the recent Vic election and related themes. www.earthsharing.org.auFile Download

Duration: 00:26:59


Published Or Not 04.12.2014

12/3/2014
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Anson Camerons The Last Pulse is a humourous book about who owns river water. The Great Ocean Quarterly is a journal about the history, personalities and landscape associated with the sea.File Download

Duration: 00:29:03


Dirt Radio.01.12.2014

11/30/2014
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So, you go to the supermarket to buy groceries. Ever think about the packaging? Friends of the Earths Emerging Tech Project has been investigating, and this week we hear about what they found and about the government response. We also hear about their investigation of geo-engineering, one of the touted solutions to climate change.File Download

Duration: 00:26:50


YarraBUG 01.12.2014

11/30/2014
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Val and Mark Lang chat on a day ride on Port Phillip Bay and a 5/6 day tour, Warrnambool to Ararat through the Grampians and a visit to Mount Eccles National Park.File Download

Duration: 00:28:48

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