ZERO-G #1112 19th of December JAN SOLO AT STAR'S END/UNJANNED ESCAPE POD

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan & Megan McKeough. This week: we search in vain for the mutant menace in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and say fangs a lot to Barbara Hambly for the fifth entry in the James Asher vampire saga, The Kindred Of Darkness: A Vampire Kidnapping.

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Direct download: Zero-G-20161219.mp3
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Film Buff's Forecast - 17 December 2016

Today's guests:

Paul spoke with two Australian expatriate filmmakers; Kieran Darcy-Smith (The Duel) and Justin Kurzel (Assassin's Creed) about their experiences.

Today's reviews:

Nick Matteo:

Brian MacFarlane:

Direct download: Film-Buffs-Forecast-20161217.mp3
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Einstein A Go Go - 18 December 2016

Joining Dr Shane is Dr Krystal, Dr Lauren, Dr Geoff, Dr Ray, Dr Laura (as a guest/potential future host), and Chris KP.

For the final show of the year the team discuss the science news highlights from 2016, including… young blood, Zika virus, apex predators, gravitation wave detection, and many more.

Einstein A Go Go will be back in 2017. Have a great break and remember to support science wherever you can.

Direct download: Einstein-A-Go-Go-20161218.mp3
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Eat It - 18 December 2016

We started today's show by JOINING FORCES with the excellent Cravings program on Joy FM - host Pete Dillon visited the studio to talk about the new Pozible campaign we've created to raise money for the trader's at the Little Saigon Market after this week's fire. Donate here: https://pozible.com/project/little-saigon-fire-relief-fund

Next up we had our final market report for 2016 with John at the Queen Vic.

Syracuse's grande chef Philippa Sibley joined us to talk about the hectic Christmas season, stonefruit, and the challenges of cooking in a teeny tiny space.

We finished 2016 with a drink from Sebastian Reaburn, who also spoke about the various batches of his Artemis Gin.

Direct download: Eat-It-20161218.mp3
Category:Eat It! -- posted at: 1:21pm AEDT

SmartArts - 08 December 2016

This week's podcast includes Fleur Kilpatrick's fortnightly theatre review 'Shoot The Messenger', as well as performers Matt Kelly and Richard Higgins giving you the low down on the new family oriented production of 'The Listies Ruined Xmas', which has a Richard Watts stamp of approval.

Also on the show is Angela Conquet on the return of the annual celebration of freedom and movement that is Dance Massive.

Enjoy!

Direct download: SmartArts-20161208.mp3
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ZERO-G #1111 12th of December  SON OF A PREACHER JAN

 

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan & Megan McKeough. This week: preaching to the horrific with PREACHER; and farewell to some more legendary figures.

For playlists, show notes, the T.V Geek and news see the 3RRR website at http://www.rrr.org.au/program/zero-g/playlists and follow @zerogrobjan on Twitter.

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Direct download: Zero-G-20161212.mp3
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Film Buff's Forecast - 10 December 2016

A review of the year that was 2016 in Film Buff's Forecast.

Interviews with Brian McFarlane from Swinburne University as well as Paul Byrne, Nick Matteo, Eloise Ross, Tanya Farley discuss their highs and lows of the year in film.

Justin King, Steven Vagg, Mark Hartley join Paul in the second half of the show.

Direct download: Film-Buffs-Forecast-20161210.mp3
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Einstein A Go Go - 11 December 2016

In the studio this week post radiothon are Dr Lauren, Dr Euan, ChrisKP and Dr Shane.

News: Feathers from a 99 million year old creature were discovered in a piece of amber in Myanmar. Rump recognition in chimpanzees is as strong as facial recognition. An archaeological dig in German have unearthed some human remains and identified some very interesting characteristics. John Glenn who has been the oldest astronaut, died this week.

The First guest (via Skype): Julian Cribb, Author, talks about his new book called "Surviving the 21st Century" dealing with the current scientific challenges and their solutions, but how these solutions need to be harmonised.

The Second Guests (in the studio): Professors Grant McArthur and Dale Godfrey, Dept Microbiology and Immunology, University of Melbourne talk about immunology and oncology, the future of cancer treatment and exciting new collaborating opportunities in the VCCC.

The Third Guests (in the studio): Rose Hiscock of Science Gallery Melbourne and Ryan Jefferies, Creative Director, Season of BLOOD talk about the Science Gallery Melbourne which will open in a pop-up gallery before the real gallery opens in 2020.

Remember, “Science is everywhere”, including:

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Facebook page: Einstein A Go Go
Twitter: https://twitter.com/einstein_agogo

and every Sunday at 11:00a.m AEST on RRR 102.7mHz FM.

Direct download: Einstein-A-Go-Go-20161211.mp3
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Eat It - 11 December 2016

On today's show we noted the sudden passing of journalist and food critic AA Gill, who wrote for the Sunday Times in the UK and also for Australian Gourmet Traveller. The man could write! Vale.

Next up we had a quick market report from John at the Queen Vic Market.

We were thrilled to be joined by one of Melbourne's iconic chefs, Jacques Reymond. We spoke about growing up in Burgundy, Christmas in the Northern Hemisphere, and how his Christmases have evolved since arriving in Australia.

We finished the show with The Humble Tumbler's Clare Burder who brought in a bottle of her amazing The Assembly sparkling wine. Made with fruit from the highest vineyard in Victoria, we spoke about making sparking "the hard way". We also chatted about her Christmas rituals and what to avoid to make it through the day (exhibit A: sparkling shiraz)

Direct download: Eat-It-20161211.mp3
Category:Eat It! -- posted at: 1:19pm AEDT

Radio Marinara - 10 Dec 2016

Bron, Dr Beach and Rex are bringing you all things wet and salty for the 2 to last show of 2016...

Direct download: Radio-Marinara-20161210.mp3
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