Tue, 31 July 2007
THE ARCHITECTS LIVE FROM EUREKA
Tue, 31 July 2007
Herbalist and Naturopath, Gill Stannard talks with host Nicole Findlay about natural remedies to daily complaints.
Today's topics include:
Ginger: A brief history and applications.
As well as listener questions relating to chilblains, Schurmann's disease, and raspberry leaf tea during third trimester pregnacy.
Sun, 29 July 2007
There were blasts from the past as former EAGG identities Dr Erica and Dr Nicola telephoned from Los Angeles and Glasgow, respectively, to tell us about their sensational post-doctoral research and life as an Aussie scientist overseas. News stories discussed were disease-causing biofilms, an unbeatable draughts-playing computer program, the man with no brain, and artificial skin for cosmetics testing.
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Sun, 29 July 2007
This week we covered luxury submarines, the work done by community groups in Western Port and 10 years in 10 months - the diver who saw a live giant squid
Fri, 27 July 2007
This week, Local and or General's Jacinta Parsons talks with Pat from Lost Valentinos. Kelly and Cameron from Architecture in Helsinki catch up with Exit Music's Lauren Taylor. John Lee - the man behind Mountains in the Sky - visits Richard Moffatt's Incoming show. Kim Jirik talks with Are We Postmen on the Drift; and Karen Leng has a chat with Jim White and Nina Nastasia on Kinky Afro.
Thu, 26 July 2007
Get ready to hear RRR's Fee, Tony and Sam break a cyclist's spirit...twice! Find out what's on the big screen and whether it's any good, learn more about Australia's other Socceroos and then there's bookworm Michael Williams - hopefully you're not expecting a review on JK Rowling's latest, if so, you may be disappointed - just warning you now! But you know what? At the end of the day it's all about moving forward. Park that thought and press play!
Wed, 25 July 2007
This week with Mike Bantick and Ed Borland.
The show features news updates from the Byte Into It boys with a focus on IT and new Tech.
For full details and links that were referenced, look into the Byte Into Blog at byteintoit.wordpress.com. You can even subscribe to the blog feed to have topics and links delivered to your player! byteintoit.wordpress.com/feed/
Byte Into It broadcasts live from Melbourne Australia on Wednesdays at 7pm AEST on 3RRR (102.7fm). To Stream or to find out more, go to www.rrr.org.au
Please note, at the time of posting this podcast, the Byte into It blog site was yet to be updated for the show presented on Wednesday 25th July 2007. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. An update will be posted as soon as possible.
Tue, 24 July 2007
Tue 24 Jul
Coming in two weeks - The Architects Live from Eureka
Tue 7 Aug 6pm onwards from the
Skydeck 88 Observation Deck at Eureka Tower, Southbank
All Welcome - broadcast starts 7pm
$9 entry for RRR subscribers,
MORE MUSIC, LESS CHILD POVERTY!
FUNDRAISER: Help break the cycle of child poverty + see 4 great acts
Northcote Social Club from 7pm this Sunday 29th July
Mon, 23 July 2007
This week, Denise
Hylands speaks with Down Hills Home, Local and/or General's Jacinta Parsons catches up with The Frankie Band, Bianca Casady from CocoRosie joins Anthony Carew on The International Pop Underground, Woody has a chat with Murph about Dinosaur Jr's visit to Melbourne and Tony Hajjar from Sparta has words with Brendan Hitchens on Bullying The Jukebox.
Sun, 22 July 2007
It was a privilege to speak with Professor Nancy Millis live in the studio. Nancy has had an amazing scientific career (including teaching more than one of the EAGG crew as undergraduate students) and is one of Australia's foremost academics. She was recently awarded the Clunies Ross Lifetime Contribution Award. We also heard about 10 must-see places to visit before they are gone forever. Other stories included: remote control brains, doctor fish, and feet that know what hands are doing.
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