We started today’s show with a quick wrap-up of Matt’s trip to adult Disneyland, Las Vegas… surreal.

Frank and Elizabeth from Home Make It joined us to tak about the upcoming Darebin Home Made Food and Wine Festival, which as the name suggests is all about the cultural traditions of doing things yourself at home. Home Make It specialise in classes for making your own passata, salami, and (clearly the most important) wine. Never thought of trying this at home yourself? Maybe check out the festival and learn how!

Next up we spoke to John at the Vic Market.

To finish today’s show we spoke to Philippa Sibley, who has just finished up running the kitchen at Prix Fixe. We chatted about mushroom season and how best to use them, as well as Philippa’s spooky flavor combination of passionfruit and mandarins.

Direct download: Eat-It-20150426.mp3
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This week we're joined by Phil Newman, RM's Mornington Peninsula correspondent to catch up on surf news from the MP and the recently completed Pt Leo information centre. We'll be lamenting how crap the surf has been this year, why 3 is the magic number and asking for formal applications from prospective Surf Coast and Phillip Island correspondents. And listening to groovy early 70's tunes.

 

During the week, confirmation by the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) that four dolphins and two seals were killed in the nets of the supertrawler ‘Geelong Star’ within the first few weeks of fishing in Australian waters. The risks of catching and killing threatened species have always been one of the main concerns since the Abbott Government permitted the vessel into Australian waters, despite the concerns of NGOs, recreational fishers and the wider community. We’ll speak with Tooni Mahto, Australian Marine Conservation Society about the reaction to this terrible event, and the proposed sanctions – are they going to be enough?

And Rex Hunter, our Maritime Heritage expert brings us the latest in shipwreck and maritime archaeology news, and a profile of the wreck of the month – the Cape Verde.

Direct download: Radio-Marinara-20150436.mp3
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Zero G #1025 TERRY PODCHAT

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan. This week: flashback to 1994, and an interview with TERRY PRATCHETT; the dark and moody new DAREDEVIL TV series, and more!

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On this week's podcast Playwright and dramatist Lally Katz talks about her new musical, Timeshare. The Breakfasters share stories of funny nicknames they have been called over the years. Sean "Birdman" Dooley drops by to discuss Anzac Day from a bird's perspective, and discusses birds that find themselves on battlefields. Theatre Director Wesley Enoch talks about his theatre production "Black Diggers", which tells the story of the indigenous soldiers of World War I.

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On today’s show, in order of appearance:

 

 

Felix Preval – Producer of Festival and Artist Services- Melbourne Fringe Festival

http://www.melbournefringe.com.au/

 

Kieran Boland – Artist – Conflicted: Adversaries in Art

www.townhallgallery.com.au

 

Hallie Shellam – Creator and Performer – Is This Somewhere You’ve Been Before?

www.metanoiatheatre.com

 

Peter Evans – Co-Artistic Director – Bell Shakespeare

 

www.bellshakespeare.com.au

Direct download: SmartArts_23042015.mp3
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EAGG 19th April 2015

Hosts: Dr Krystal, Dr, Kathryn, Dr Jen, Dr Shane

News items: The possible origins of antibacterial resistance, How does the skeletal muscles respond to a high fat diet?, New research in the placebo effect, Earthquake warning from mobile phones.

First guest: Chiara Paviolo, PhD. The most common treatments for cancer are surgery or a combination of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Recently, gold nanoparticles have been employed in cancer cell therapy under laser illumination or as drug delivery systems.  We showed that gold nanorods can also inhibit cell proliferation through a mechanical blocking of receptor clustering. Membrane receptors are proteins that provide the first line of communication between the extracellular environment and the cell cytoplasm.

Second guest: Dr Natalie Thorne is a statistician, and mother to three young children.  She had an early interest in genetics during her Bachelor of Science degree in the late 90's.  She worked with Professor Terry Speed, a world renowned bioinformatician and statistician, when she was in second year university. She went on to complete her Honours and PhD work in bioinformatics at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute with Terry.

Third guest:Professor Jo Douglas, Head of the Department of Immunology and Allergy, Royal Melbourne Hospital. Jo Douglass is a specialist physician who is Head of the Department of Immunology and Allergy at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, an Honorary Clinical Professor at the University of Melbourne and Research Associate at the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute.  She undertook medical training at Monash University and specialist physician training in Allergy and Respiratory Medicine in Australia and the UK, receiving her MD in 2000 with a thesis based on bench-top immunology and continues to contribute to publications and clinical research. She is a Fellow of the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand and a former President of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA).  Her current research projects are in severe asthma, allergies and immune deficiencies.  She also maintains an active clinical practice. 

http://www.dayofimmunology.org.au/Home/

 

Remember, “Science is everywhere”, including:

http://www.rrr.org.au/program/einstein-a-go-go/

http://rrrfm.libsyn.com/category/Einstein%20A%20Go%20Go

and every Sunday at 11a.m AEST on RRR 102.7mHz FM

Direct download: Einstein_A_Go_Go_-_19_April_2015.mp3
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Michelle speaks to New Matilda's political correspondent Ben Eltham about Anzac Day and what it means in 2015.

Justice Connect Homeless Law has just released a six week report and Anna Lyons joins Michelle to chat about homelessness and the report findings.

Sophie Black, Editor In-Chief of Private Media also chats to Michelle about the myths surrounding Anzac Day campaigns and how they play out across social media.

To finish Spoke for this week, Dr. Fiona Martin, Senior Lecturer in Convergent and Online Media at the University of Sydney discusss a new study asking, where are women's voices online?

Direct download: Spoke-20150421.mp3
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Zero G #1024 THE ABYSS BEYOND THE POD

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan. This week: Rob chats with sci-fi author Peter F. Hamilton about his latest title - another hefty one!

For playlists, show notes, the T.V Geek and news see the 3RRR website at http://www.rrr.org.au/program/zero-g/playlists and follow @zerogrobjan on Twitter.

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Direct download: Zero-G-20150413.mp3
Category:Zero G -- posted at: 4:31 AM

Zero G #1023 EASTER PODDYDAYS

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan. This week: We unwrap some returning and new telly shows, flick the net at Netflix, open The Book Of Life, plus more!

For playlists, show notes, the T.V Geek and news see the 3RRR website at http://www.rrr.org.au/program/zero-g/playlists and follow @zerogrobjan on Twitter.

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Direct download: Zero-G-20150406.mp3
Category:Zero G -- posted at: 4:25 AM

It Follows, Scum (1979) and The Green Prince are reviewed. With Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, Josh Nelson and Thomas Caldwell.

Direct download: Platos-Cave-20150420.mp3
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