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Live Music Announcement – SYN Sessions!

At SYN, we’re more than a broadcast network with great content on radio and television. We’re also adding live music events to […]

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Making music with Ai Yamamoto and Dan West – interview for FUSE Festival

Ai Yamamoto and Dan West are musicians, instrumentalists, producers, composers and educators.

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Looking Ahead to the 70th MIFF and What’s On Offer

It’s been almost three years since Australia’s longest running and most prestigious film festival, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), had its […]

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Loud & Queer: What Does It Mean To Be Visible?

In this special episode post Trans Day of Visibility, we ask what being visible actually means for members of the community? Some […]

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Loud & Queer: Suppression Practices Prohibition and Representation on TV

This week Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commissioner Ro Allen joins the show to talk about the Change or Suppression Practices […]

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Loud & Queer: Our 2021 wrap, and queer solidarity in film

Liz and Bailey join forces one last time to see out 2021 in an emotional final episode on air. They discuss the […]

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Loud & Queer: A feel good week in LGBTQIA+ news

Liz and Bailey sat down for a short and sweet episode this week to discuss the best in LGBTQIA+ news, and a […]

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Loud & Queer: What ‘trans actors in trans roles’ really means, plus a sit down with Philip La Rosa

Following the revelation that Eddie Redmayne regrets his role as a trans character in the Oscar-nominated film The Danish Girl, Liz and Bailey […]

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Loud & Queer: Prudns on their magical debut EP and exploring Trans Awareness Week

Tune in for this sweet episode of Loud & Queer, where Bailey explains the premise of Transgender Awareness Week and what it […]

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Loud & Queer: a decades long “lesbian utopia” and an inquiry into hate crimes

Listen to Liz describe the history of a “lesbian utopia” found at a long-running denuclearisation protest in Britain, which began in the […]