Byte Into It - 30 September 2009 Sarah Stokely, Ed Borland and Jay McCormak talking about the week's IT and Tech news.

This week featuring an interview with Matthew Landauer from OpenAustralia.org; Windows 7 launch parties, NBN, OpenAustralia, Linuxconf, Google IE Frame, TechCrunch50 and more...

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Direct download: Byte-Into-It-20090930.mp3
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The Architects - Show 214 - Advertisement for Architecture

Advertisments for Architecture live cross

http://openhaus.org/exhibitions/aa2009/


Gollings/Rijavec win Venice Australian Pavilion 2010

 http://www.theage.com.au/news/entertainment/arts/shape-and-sound-of-things-to-come/2009/09/28/1253989870091.html



http://www.architecture.com.au/i-cms_file?page=12811/MR01_Venice_CD_announcement_FINAL.pdf


Mel Dodd

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Top Ten over-rated and under rated list:

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Direct download: The-Architects-20090929.mp3
Category:The Architects -- posted at: 9:00am AEDT

Zero G - 28 September 2009 Zero G 735: Don't Make a Poduction Out Of It

Science Fiction Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan, this week Radiothon thanks, The Andromeda Strain, Flash Forward, Mercy, Shorts, Starblazers and more...

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Direct download: Zero-G-20090928.mp3
Category:Zero G -- posted at: 3:00am AEDT

Plonk 1st October, 2009 Barney, Duncan and special guest Darren Rathbone get together drink some booze and chat some wine.  YEE-HAR!!!
Direct download: 20091001.mp3
Category:Plonk -- posted at: 4:33pm AEDT

Dirty Deeds 27 September 2009  Soils ain't Soils, or are they??? The Dirty Deeds team speak to Myrtle about...you guessed it....Soils.
Direct download: DirtyDeeds20090927.mp3
Category:Dirty Deeds -- posted at: 2:00pm AEDT

Einstein A Go Go Podcast: Sep 27th 2009 On this week's show, Dr Shane and Dr Chromo find some science in amongst the grand final aftermath, including science fiction's connection with fact and use of mediums in crime solving, the effects of climate change on earthquakes, volcanos and other tectonic activity, and a book review of The Promise of Sleep.

Our guests this week are both from the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.

Anna Price talks to us about infant sleep behaviour and the   research into the long term health effects of some new sleep techniques and the links between a baby's sleep patterns and the health of the parents. Emily Ridgewell talks to us about her research into cerebral palsy and the use of ankle braces to treat some of the     symptoms of the condition.

For more information, please visit us at http://einsteinagogo.net.
Direct download: Einstein-A-Go-Go-20090927.mp3
Category:Einstein A Go Go -- posted at: 1:00am AEDT

Radiotherapy 27 September 2009 Radiotherapy examines the psychology of Mafia movies and men and women behaving badly: what alcohol does to your brain.
Direct download: Radiotherapy_20090927.mp3
Category:Radio Therapy -- posted at: 12:00am AEDT

It's an international flavour to this week's Marinara.
 
John returns from his overseas adventures to talk about the best diving in the world (Brett –it’s not Rye, quelle surprise!) in East Timor, some first hand experience with fish farms in Cambodia, and a unique way of managing Marine Parks in Vietnam.
 
Hilary continues the SE Asian theme to bring us some tips on simple methods of preparing fish the SE Asian way (vegetarians be warned – maybe a good time to make a cuppa).
 
We get a review from Dr Surf on a book about surfing called Deep Water by Brendan McAloon. Deep Water follows Brendan McAloon's remarkable journey to the most remote corners of the globe in search of the perfect wave.

Catch you Sunday,
Bron, John, Hilary, Dr Surf, and Team RM.

Radio Marinara - For all things wet and salty. 9 to 10 am Sundays on 3RRR-FM 102.7 221 Nicholson St Brunswick East 3057 Postal: Radio Marinara - 3RRR-FM Box 2145 Brunswick East, VIC, 3057 Station Ph: 03 9388 1027 Station Fax: 03 9388 9079 www.radiomarinara.com e: radiomarinara@hotmail.com
Direct download: Radio_Marinara_20090927.mp3
Category:Radio Marinara -- posted at: 7:28pm AEDT

26/09/09 Film Buffs Podcast Simone Ubaldi reviews Moon; Nick Matteo reviews the television comedy series Head Case (10pm Tuesday, Movie Extra); Cinematographer Ellery Ryan talks about his work on Van Diemen's Land; Paul Byrne reviews the television soap The Royal Today (7.30pm weekdays, ABC2); director Denny Lawrence is on the phone to talk about his film Goodbye Paradise, which screened as part of the ACMI Focus on Australian Noir series; and  Ian Thompson reviews The International and the straight-to-DVD release, The Killing of John Lennon.
Direct download: Film-Buffs-Forecast-20090926.mp3
Category:Filmbuffs -- posted at: 2:00am AEDT

Bohdan is very happy with the spring rain and spring growth. Marcus warns about bicycle brake problems and how to avoid the resulting skid marks.
Direct download: Vital-Vital-Bits-20090926.mp3
Category:Vital Bits -- posted at: 10:30pm AEDT



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