We started today's show trying to identify a mystery ingredient, that turned out to be fresh wasabi - yum! Why not try it as we did, grated into soy and served with raw tuna. Awesome.

From Japan to Japanese Hawaiian fusion, we spoke to Charlie Rothery from Windsor's Tokyo Tina about the fact that Poke fish is the new cool kid on the block. We sampled his tropical-style don dish featuring Poke, and spoke about the evolution of Japanese cuisine in different countries.

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

We finished up with a food quiz, hurrah for all you listeners battling it out to win a book pack from Books for Cooks.

Direct download: Eat-It-20160731.mp3
Category:Eat It! -- posted at: 3:27pm AEDT

Dr Richard Reina from Monash University talks about the sea turtles of Costa Rica, and how the problem of poaching has been turned around to the point where the former poachers have become the turtles’ protectors and guardians. Then Oliver Edwards from Good Fish Bad Fish speaks with us about social licence in fisheries, and the growing need to demonstrate the many layers of value in supporting local business. Dr Alecia Bellgrove from Deakin University has just returned from taking a group of her students to Japan – she talks about marine science in Japanese Universities, and some big changes on the horizon for marine research at Deakin University. 

Direct download: Radio-Marinara-20160731.mp3
Category:Radio Marinara -- posted at: 1:38pm AEDT

Dr Shane, Dr Jenny, Dr Ray and Dr Euan bring you this week’s science news, including why certain bacteria favour particular host noses, using seagulls to spot illegal dumping of waste, analysing brain changes as teenagers mature, a new measurement of eye sensitivity, and the University of Melbourne’s upcoming Science Festival.

The team talk to Dr Tracy Heng, Head of Stem Cells and Translational Immunology Laboratory, Monash Biomedical Discovery Institute at Monash University, and Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology, about her recent award for stem cell research, related to bone marrow transplants.

They also chat with Professor Staffan Persson - School of Biosciences at the University of Melbourne, about the cell structures in plants.

Finally they speak with Professor Peter Rayner - School of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne, about the climate records trapped in Antarctic ice cores.

 

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Direct download: Einstein-A-Go-Go-20160731.mp3
Category:Einstein A Go Go -- posted at: 11:00am AEDT

This weeks podcast includes the regular Drawn Out segment featuring Bernard Caleo, as well as director  Matthew Lutton and playwright Anthony Weig talking to Richard about their production of Edward II. Director Tanya Gerstle also stops by to discuss, among other things, her latest work through OpticNerve entitled "The Mill on the Floss".

Direct download: SmartArts-20160728.mp3
Category:Smart Arts -- posted at: 5:03pm AEDT

On this week's podcast the Breakfasters chat about films that make you cry,
a phoner with Ruth Barson from the Human Rights Law Centre to discuss Youth Detention in the NT, director Chris Jones and actor Rachel Ward come in to talk about their film "The Life and Death of Otto Bloom" that is showing at MIFF and talkback on weird songs people sing during everyday actions.

Direct download: Breakfasters_-_20160729.mp3
Category:Breakfasters -- posted at: 12:05pm AEDT

Byte Into It - 29 july 2016

Vanessa Toholka, Colin Jacobs and Jo Eaton host an election special featuring Dr Vanessa Teague, Senior Lecturer at University of Melbourne in Dept of Computing and Information Systems, discussing electronic voting and Anthony Wong, President of the Australian Computing Society, discussing the vital ICT issues for our future government, including STEM skills, diversity in the sector, and the NBN.

Direct download: Byte-Into-it-20160629.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 3:55pm AEDT

Byte Into It - 22 June 2016

Warren Davies and Cassie Wright speak with Guests Trent Clews de Castella and Patrick Ferguson, CEO and Developer from Scann3D, a Melbourne start up working with 3D imagery as well as Belinda Shi, first woman ever picked for the Australian Informatic Olympiad team.

Direct download: Byte-Into_it_20160622.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 3:49pm AEDT

Byte Into It - 15 june 2016

Vanessa Toholka and Cassie Wright speak with Guest Steinar Ellingson on the upcoming Melbourne Web Festival - a festival celebrating web series and Professor Justin Zobel on 60 years of computing, talking about how the world's 4th computer was built by the CSIRO, and is now living in the Melbourne Museum.

Direct download: Byte-Into-It-20160615.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 3:41pm AEDT

Plato's Cave - 25 July 2016

Love & Friendship, Embrace of the Serpent and The Boy and the Beast are discussed. With Thomas Caldwell, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas and Emma Westwood.

Direct download: Platos-Cave-20160725.mp3
Category:Plato's Cave -- posted at: 11:18pm AEDT

While three fifths of the world's calories come from just three crops, John Ferris grows over 700 different edible species (not to mentions hundreds more cultivars) at his nursery business, Edible Forest Gardens! It’s veritable botanical imaginarium of uncommon food plants, strange and wonderful! He brings some samples in for us to taste. :)

Direct download: Greening-the-Apocalypse-20160726.mp3
Category:Greening the Apocalypse -- posted at: 11:01pm AEDT



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Breakfasters

All the Breakfaster highlights that you need to start the day. At any time of the day!
...with your hosts Sarah Smith, Jeff Sparrow and Geraldine Hickey.
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Byte Into It

Computer news, reviews and clues. Tech talk and opionated chat with feature interviews and regular guests covering games, Linux and Open Source, legal, new and social media, gadgets, Apple and more.
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Eat It!

Food for thought: recipes, hints and tips, interviews and a market reports.
...with Cameron Smith and guests.
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Einstein A Go Go

Discussion and dissection of science and science issues made digestible for public consumption.
...with Dr Shane, Dr Krystal & colleagues.
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Film Buffs Forecast

A program devoted to the world of film. Featuring contemporary and historical film, plus local and international guests, interviews and reviews.
...with Paul Harris.
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Graphic Nature

An exploration of the inspiring world of comic books, the culture that supports it, the creators, publishers & people behind the printed pages & digital screens pushing the medium on into the future, in Australia, and the world.
...with Zoran Ilievski and guests.
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Greening the Apocalypse

There is a crack in everything, that's where the light gets in. Each week the Greening the Apocalypse team talk to the tinkerers and thinkerers, the freaks and geeks from permaculturists and eco-farmers to alt-tech innovators and peer-to-peer information networkers who are growing fascinating new systems through the fault lines of the old.
...with your hosts Ben Bushy, Adam Grubb, Sarah Coles and Kate Dundas.
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Multi-Storied

Interviews with people who tell stories, write stories or otherwise contribute to the narrative arts. With a focus on how stories are told, and why. Novels and narrative non-fiction. Performance and poetry. TV and stage production. Mythology and internet memes.
...with your hosts Elizabeth McCarthy and Louise Irving.
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Parallel Lines

How do arts, culture, science and design inform our everyday experiences in the world? Exploring the possible intersections of seemingly parallel lines through interviews, talk and a regular music segment each week.
...with your host Sara Savage.
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Plato's Cave

Informed, passionate, accessible and fun film criticism; Plato's Cave is a must for all serious and not-so-serious cinephiles.
...with Thomas Caldwell, Cerise Howard and Alexandra Heller-Nicholas.
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Radio Marinara

The team continues the great Marinara tradition of bringing you a quirky but informative look at all that is marine. Get to know all things wet and salty.
... with Bron Burton, Dr Beach, John Ford, Anthony Boxshall, Dr Surf, Dave Speller and Angeline Tew. Plus regular segment presenters Jeff Maynard and Hillary McNevin.
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Radio Therapy

Explores the lighter, more eccentric side of medicine. A team of irreverent doctors lampoon sacred medical cows, and shed light on a range of medical and psychiatric conditions with special guests from around Australia and the globe.
...with Dr Mal Practice, McZiff, Dr Malice, Dr SK, Anna Bollocks, Dr Autonomy, Backman, BulkyBill, Deep Thought, Retina and The Tallman.
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Smart Arts

Visual art, theatre, film and literature
...with your host Richard Watts.
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The Grapevine

Current affairs you can engage with and participate in. Particular interest in social enterprise, urban planning, technology, education, craft and design. Plus the weekly Reading Room, where readers disciuss writing and ideas.
... with Kulja Coulston and Dylan Bird.
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Uncommon Sense

A weekly conversation about politics and current events, international affairs, history, art, books, and the natural world, to illuminate the issues faced by society and explore them in new ways.
...with your host Amy Mullins.
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Zero G

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical. Movies, television, theatre, events, books, comics, humans, toys, Things, mathoms and oojahs!
...with Rob Jan and Megan McKeough.
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