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Nov 12, 2017

On a cracking Melbourne afternoon we spoke to Mitchell Horrocks about his time and work in Uganda. He first travelled to Africa in high school, and since then learned about their disease problems due to unclean drinking water. But every problem is a solution waiting to happen, so Mitchell has designed an apparatus that...


Nov 5, 2017

On today's show we started by talking about the humble potato latke... or rosti, or whatever the hell you call it. How does such a simple potato dish manage to taste so awesome?

Speaking of awesome, the team behind Tivoli Road Bakery have released a new book and it is, uhhh... awesome. Michael and Pippa James joined us...


Oct 22, 2017

On today's show we spoke to Tammi Jonas about the ongoing campaign to allow small-scale animal farmers to have their farming methods permitted under the law. Currently these style of farms are considered "intensive agriculture" which are not permitted in certain areas. Have a look at the Australian Food Sovereignty...


Oct 15, 2017

It's a cracking Spring day in Melbourne, and we started today's show with a chat to Dr Rosemary Stanton about the government's Health Star Rating website and some of the issues and challenges still being faced by public health advocates.

The chef behind Northcote's Camus restaurant Pierre Khodja popping to the studio to...


Oct 1, 2017

Spring! It is here! (kinda)... soooooo we had a chat to Jo Toscano about what produce is starting to come on-stream (rhubarb, artichokes, and even mangoes), and what's expected in the next few weeks (asparagus, morels, stonefruit).

Now that you've stocked up with in-season ingredients what should you do with them? The...