Plato's Cave - 15 December 2014

The team discuss their favourite cinematic releases of 2014. With Thomas Caldwell, Tara Judah and Josh Nelson.

Direct download: Platos-Cave-20141215.mp3
Category:Plato's Cave -- posted at: 6:24pm AEDT

Hawkeye & Malice bring you the last show of the year, and so much was discussed! This includes the  the rise of the podcast Serial, trauma illiteracy and Australia's 'Love Voucher'.  There are also many guests - the Bashevis Singers perform in studio, neonatologist Dr Andrew Watkins comes in to talk about neonatal intensive care units and Kate & Alessio from The Water Well Project talk about their non-profit organisation, helping refugees and members of the other communities navigating the health system of Australia.

Radiotherapy will be taking a break for the Summer. See you in Feb 2015! 

Direct download: Radiotherapy20141221.mp3
Category:Radio Therapy -- posted at: 3:11pm AEDT

In this final episode of this great show, Digga, Olive and Laurel review the past 10 years of radio.  They are joined by Huen and Hazel who represent some of the fantastic guest presenters that have been on the show.  No advice to callers in this episode except - happy gardening!  Good luck to the crew and thank you.

Direct download: Dirty_Deeds_-20141221.mp3
Category:Dirty Deeds -- posted at: 1:35pm AEDT

To finish a big year of food on Triple R we were joined in the studio by Joost Bakker. According to Joost, we should make 2015 the year of composting - in fact, over 100 restaurants in Melbourne are already sending their organic waste back to growers where it can make a positive difference rather than just ending up in landfill. And it's not just for restaurateurs; you can get a small version of the same compost systems they use from Closed Loop(and probably some other places too!)

Next up we had a final market report from John at the Queen Victoria Market.

And to round off the year, the redoubtable Sebastian Reaburn joined us to talk about that great party drink, punch. You don't need a punchbowl to make it (in fact, you can even use a washing machine, assuming you are slightly insane), and don't fret about whether your recipe is "wrong"... the great thing about punch is that there's no such thing! Does it taste good? Excellent! Punchtime!

Direct download: Eat-It-20141221.mp3
Category:Eat It! -- posted at: 6:52pm AEDT

Bron is back after putting her shoulder 'under-the-knife'....Di Bray from Scienceworks, Phil Wierzbowski from Summer by The Sea with summer activity suggestions galore mad Jeff Maynard for one last time in 2014 - see you all in Feb 2014

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THE ARCHITECTS FINAL SHOW live from RIVERLAND in Melbourne

ALL WELCOME - come down from 6pm! Broadcasting 7-8pm, as always...

 

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Dr Shane, Dr Krystal and Chris KP go back in time for this penultimate episode. The theme of the show is to “take three items back in time” that could positively influence future culture. The team discuss taking back the thin lens formula, the concept of zero, penicillin, parabola shape, a battery and more. 

 

News topics cover the amount of plastic in the oceans, new CSIRO RV Investigator ship and how dragonflies use the predictive flight method to hunt their prey.

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Category:Einstein A Go Go -- posted at: 10:01pm AEDT

On this 2nd last ep of the year: Malpractice takes a look at the practice of playing music in an medical operating theatre during surgery, Deepthought looks at the normalisation of torture & the ins and outs of identifying the dead with world renowned pathologist Prof Stephen Cordener (aka Dr Cords). Epipen and Doolittle also come in to contribute thoughts about how hospitals celebrate Christmas.

Direct download: Radiotherapy20141214.mp3
Category:Radio Therapy -- posted at: 2:47pm AEDT

We started today's show with a brief recap of last week's BBQ day experiment. Can you make your own sparkling wine at home with a Soda Stream? Well.. kinda... with the right wine it sort of works. With cask wine? Not so much!

Anyway onto more nobel pursuits, namely having a look back at the restaurant industry's 2014 with food writers Hilary McNevan and Michael Harden. We chatted about the lean profit margins experienced by most restaurateurs, how some of the trendy ingredients are becoming passe ("we've reached Peak Quinoa") and some of the best food experiences they've had this year.

To finish up wine guru Jane Faulkner joined us to talk about the increase in different grape varietals in the Australian wine industry, what's happening with wine prices in general, and some of the broader trends in the industry. Australian Gin? Tick. Tasmanian Whisky? Tick. Continuing rise of craft beer? BIG tick. Growing acceptance of Sake as a match for various cuisines? Tickerooney.

Direct download: Eat-It-20141214.mp3
Category:Eat It! -- posted at: 5:01pm AEDT

In this penultimate show, Olive, Laurel and Digga discuss their gardens and give advice to callers.  They are also joined by Bushy for a review of the show over the years.

Direct download: Dirty_Deeds_-_20141214.mp3
Category:Dirty Deeds -- posted at: 3:32pm AEDT



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