Interview with photographer and artist – Robert Earp
A ‘photomaker’ of many years – Robert Earp honed his craft through film photography when he was a uni student and found […]
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 […]
Tram accessiblity issues raise barriers for Victorians with a disability
On October 15, the Victorian Auditor General’s office issued a report on tram accessibility. This stated that the Department of Transport was […]
The people’s park or golf course: What is the future of the Northcote Golf Course?
While Northcote Golf Club was closed to golfers during stage 4 restrictions, the Darebin City council opened it up to the public. […]
Victorian Council Elections: What does it mean to stand for local council?
With Council election voting closing last Friday, reporter Anneliese Farrer dives into what is required of candidates, who might be interested in […]
Borderline Personality Awareness Week is October 1-7. So, what does that mean?
CONTENT WARNING: this story makes mention of mental illness and suicide. From October 1 to October 7, campaigners from BPD Awareness Week […]
B.S Cryptid – Episode 3: Denizens of a Wayside Diner
Content warnings can be found at the end of the Shownotes Welcome to B.S Cryptid, a monster-of-the-week audio drama. In ‘Denizens of […]
Following Fashion Revolution Week: What is the true cost of fashion?
For the average Australian, thinking about the clothes we wear beyond the moment we see them in a shop, and after the […]
Djab Wurrung traditional owners go to court over Western Freeway expansion
The Djab Wurrung traditional owners have been fighting the Victorian Government’s Western Freeway expansion, which could potentially destroy hundreds of sacred trees […]
The Stitch – Body Distortions
Image Cred: Mr. Donothing Body Distortions – The Stitch From the dawn of time, women have had a bit of a rocky […]