Zero G #948 IN LOU OF REED – EDGAR ALLAN POD

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan. This week we interview archive director (for 007 himself!) Meg Simmons, ahead of the Designing 007 exhibition. , and more!

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Direct download: Zero-G-20131028.mp3
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Zero G #947 MARGARET ATPOD

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan. This week: Margaret Atwood's sci-fi Madd Addam, the final book in her dystopian series (NOTE: only the title reads the same backwards and forwards; book does not); the Jewish International Film Festival; a look at doco Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan; making a ruckus with Robot Chicken: DC Comics Special; and a comic book title so cool we judge that we don't need to mar it with a comedic introduction: Mars Attacks Judge Dredd, and more!

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Direct download: Zero-G-20131021.mp3
Category:Zero G -- posted at: 2:04pm AEDT

On this week's Byte:

Presented by Vanessa Toholka, Lachlan Simpson, and Byron Scullin.

Direct download: Byte-Into-IT-20131030.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 11:00am AEDT

Plato's Cave - 29 October 2013

Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa and Blancanieves are reviewed, plus the team discuss the Spectacle: The Music Video Exhibition, which is currently on display at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. With Josh Nelson, Thomas Caldwell and Tara Judah.

Direct download: Platos-Cave-2013-10-29.mp3
Category:Plato's Cave -- posted at: 4:51pm AEDT

The program covers VCE stress and how to avoid it. A guest doctor who has worked with asylum seekers in detention centres, talks about the health challenges for people inside. One of Melbourne's intensive care specialists explains how ICU has changed and an update from the recent psychology for a safe climate conference.

Direct download: Radiotherapy-_20131027.mp3
Category:Radio Therapy -- posted at: 11:41pm AEDT

Dr Shane, Dr Dyani, Dr Adam, Dr Krystal

News Items: The evolution of venom resistance and what it might mean for chronic pain sufferers.

Money trees!..well not quite. Find out which trees absorb gold and how this process might affect future exploration of minerals.

An 11 thousand year old calendar, the new/old Religion and the star that started it all.

Crustacean hunting habits and their venomous digestion.

First Guest

Kim Watkins from the Orangutan Foundation International takes us on tour with tales from Borneo and the palm oil trade. http://www.orangutan.org/

Second Guest

Dr Richard Peters LaTrobe University, a behavioural biologist with an interest in the visual ecology of animals. http://richard.eriophora.com.au  

Extra news item:

Hayfever, Irritants, allergic reactions and possible biological future proofing from venom.

http://einsteinagogo.net

Direct download: Einstein_A_Go_Go_-_27th_October_2013.mp3
Category:Einstein A Go Go -- posted at: 4:35pm AEDT

Fear and Loathing in Singapore - Edwards Moore at the World Architecture Festival

Interview with Marcus Fairs

 

Interview with Ian Moore

 

Interview with Jason Bruge 

 

Interview with Sou Fujimoto

 

News: New Suburban by Stuart Harrison

 

Direct download: The-Architects-20131022.mp3
Category:The Architects -- posted at: 11:05am AEDT

Digga and Laurel discuss vege gardens and grafted vegetables in particular.  They give advice to callers on a range of topics from gallahs to lemons to thrips.  They also discuss mowers and their gardens.

Direct download: Dirty_Deeds_-_20131027.mp3
Category:Dirty Deeds -- posted at: 4:58pm AEDT

Drs Damien Callahan and David Hill - Researchers from the University of Melbourne and Deakin - talk about algal biofuels - will we be really be able to replace fossil fuels with algae one day? Mick Sowry has temporarily stepped away from making stunning independent surf films to be Creative Director of Great Ocean Quarterly, a feast of anything and everything wet and salty for those of us addicted to the 'sea affected life'. It's like Radio Marinara in print. Only classy. Mick joins us in studio to talk about the launch edition of this beautiful new local publication that will take you away from what you probably had planned to do. Then Dr Surf talks fins, we talk latest marine science and news, and make it easy like Sunday morning for you all.

Direct download: Radio-Marinara-20131027.mp3
Category:Radio Marinara -- posted at: 10:51am AEDT

Breakfasters 21-25 October 2013

On this week's episode Natalia Kaliakov, came into the studio fresh from being smuggled out of Belarus and told us about the theatre production she has come to present at this year's Melbourne Festival, Daniel Webb from the Human Rights Law Centre filled us in on Asylum Seeker Policy, the author of 'The Slap' Christos Tsiolkas talked about his new book 'Barracuda', and Pavol Liska explained the confrontingly unique structure of his theatre show 'Life and Times: Episode 1-4'.  

Direct download: Breakfasters-20131025.mp3
Category:Breakfasters -- posted at: 7:47pm AEDT



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