Einstein A Go Go Podcast: May 31st 2009 We celebrate Medical Research Week with a live broadcast from the Melbourne Museum.
Fay Khong, Ph.D student at St Vincent's Hospital, drops by to chat about her research into the effect of diabetes on the heart, Dr Tom Brodnicki from the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research discusses environmental and genetics factors that contribute to juvenile diabetes, as well as his non-obese diabetic (NAD) mouse model, and, finally, Dr Vance Matthews from the Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute looks at the link between obesity and diabetes, as well as his research into overcoming insulin resistance. Dr Andi also finds that the back of Chris KP's hand is chock-a-block with pain sensors, oil glands, nerves, sweat glands, blood vessels - and quite a few hairs.

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Direct download: Einstein-A-Go-Go-20090531.mp3
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Radio Marinara - Marine & Coastal News and Views Bron and Doctor Beach discuss the latest in ocean microbiology, particularly the astounding diversity of organisms being discovered and how studying their biology impacts on our understanding of the environment. Brett calls in with a dive report from Blairgowrie, and we chat with Gail Seddon, CEO of Keep Australia Beautiful, about the Clean Beach Award. We finish with an intriguing report involving the KGB cover-up of the true number of whales slaughtered by the Soviets and the scientist who brought this data to light.
Direct download: Radio-Marinara-20090531.mp3
Category:Radio Marinara -- posted at: 11:00pm AEDT

The Environment and your own backyard how easily do they connect? Do you get off on World Environment Day and are your reasons as valid as they could be. A bit more of a conceptual Dirty Deeds for your listening pleasure.
Direct download: Dirty-Deeds-20090531.mp3
Category:Dirty Deeds -- posted at: 2:00pm AEDT

Radiotherapy 31 May 2009 Join Radiotherapy as they broadcast live from the Melbourne Museum as part of Medical Research Week.
Direct download: Radiotherapy_20090531.mp3
Category:Radio Therapy -- posted at: 2:00pm AEDT

30/05/09 Film Buffs Podcast This week we are broadcasting live from the Palace George Cinemas in St Kilda, at the Industry Open Day, part of the 26th St Kilda Film Festival...Assistant producer of the Festival, Amber Harris, gives the rundown on Industry Open Day; Calmin Borel from the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival discusses the International program; actor Tony Nikolakopoulos talks about his roles in the play August: Osage County and the short film Bombshell; producer Drew Bailey chats about his extensive career; producer/director Gus Berger talks about his documentary, Duke Vin and the Birth of Ska; Steffi Hofmeier from Interfilm Berlin discusses the selection of films in Confrontations: Films Against Violence and Intolerance; director Polly Staniford talks about her career and her two short films screening in the Festival, Netherland Dwarf and Little Wings; and director Grant Scicluna gives us the background to his film, Neon Skin.
Direct download: Film-Buffs-Forecast-20090530.mp3
Category:Filmbuffs -- posted at: 2:00am AEDT

Breakfasters Best Bits 29/05/2009 It's been a sad week for the Breakfasters as we farewell one third of the team, Michael Williams.

We kick things off with a Squawk-back session from the Birdman, Sean Dooley.

Christian Lander also came in to talk about his new book "Stuff White People Like" based on his hilarious blog of the same name.

Casey Bennetto gave us another song and there was some flogging of a dead horse with the one (and only) time return of "Tell us Something we Don't Know".

Direct download: breakfasters-20090529.mp3
Category:Breakfasters -- posted at: 2:56pm AEDT

Best Music Interviews, May 29, 2009 This week we hear from Yves Klein Blue, Nick Catchdubs & DJ Ayres and Kerryn Tollhurst.

Enjoy!
Direct download: BMI29052009.mp3
Category:Best Music Interviews -- posted at: 6:39pm AEDT

Along for the Ride 27 May 2009 First, Damian Watson talks with us about his team of Crohn's Crusaders are taking on the Tour de France route to raise funds for research of Crohn's Disease. Then, Sarah heads to Broadmeadows to find out more about a Work for the Dole program with a focus on bicycles, produced through Workforce Plus. All this, plus strange newsworthy tidbits and event listings on the latest Along for the Ride podcast! What more could you wish for?
Direct download: Along-For-The-Ride-20090527.mp3
Category:Along For The Ride -- posted at: 11:43am AEDT

Byte Into It, 27 May 2009, IT and New Tech This week Phil Wales is joined by Mac Man Byron Scullin and Open Source wiz kid Ed Borland for a look at the latest updates from the worlds of Hi-tech and iTech. Check out the Byte Into It blog to review all of the shows features. To have topics and links delivered to your reader, simply go to byteintoit.wordpress.com/feed/ and register as a blog subscriber. It's free (and easy). 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
Direct download: Byte-Into-It-20090527.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 9:00am AEDT

The Architects - Show 196 - Future Systems

Interview with Amanda Levete, of Future Systems

http://www.future-systems.com/update.html


Times Square:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/26/arts/design/26clos.html?ref=global-home


RMIT GRC:http://www.rmit.edu.au/ad/grc

RMIT DRI Bushfire Design Challenge: http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=9aepkvr2p2sfz


Direct download: The-Architects-20090526.mp3
Category:The Architects -- posted at: 9:00am AEDT



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