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Explores LGBTIQA+ issues with interviews, music and commentary.

In Ya Face James McKenzie

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Explores LGBTIQA+ issues with interviews, music and commentary.

    Political Parties' Sex Work Ratings, Matthew Roberts, Sex Work Law Reform Victoria; How Long Is A Piece of String? Shan Dante; Ignis, Catherine Morvell & Sophie Muckart

    Political Parties' Sex Work Ratings, Matthew Roberts, Sex Work Law Reform Victoria; How Long Is A Piece of String? Shan Dante; Ignis, Catherine Morvell & Sophie Muckart

    Live to air interviews in the studio with Matthew Roberts, Shan Dante, Catherine Morvell & Sophie Muckart.  Sex Work Law Reform Victoria has rated political parties in Victoria on their sex work policies and public commentary in the lead-up to Victoria's election.  Policy Officer Matthew Roberts discusses their assessments.    https://sexworklawreformvictoria.org.au/  Performer Shan Dante discusses queer theory and How Long Is A Piece Of String?  The production explores how we understand and interact with distance.  Stages at Theatre Works, 67 Inkerman Street, St Kilda, October 18 to 22 for Melbourne Fringe.   https://www.theatreworks.org.au/  Actors Catherine Morvell & Sophie Muckart discuss Ignis, an Anthropocene Play Company production.  Explores love, class, sex and betrayal in a city dealing with a burning Summer.  Stages at Toorak Manor, October 10 to 23 for Melbourne Fringe.   https://www.anthropoceneplaycompany.com/  3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands of the Kulin Nation.  Sovereignty was never ceded. 

    The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone: interview with Georgie and Director Maya Newell

    The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone: interview with Georgie and Director Maya Newell

    The Dreamlife of George Stone: Georgie and director Maya Newell chat with James McKenzie live to air about their documentary.  Out now on Netflix.  https://www.netflix.com/au/title/81442970  https://transcend.org.au/  https://qlife.org.au/  On this extra long weekend here in Melbourne, we repeat our inteview with pioneering gay entertainer Doug Lucas.  Doug reflects on his career spanning six decades and shares memories of his late business partner, the trailblazing Jan Hillier.  First broadcast 25 March 2022.  Sovereignty was never ceded.  3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands of the Kulin Nation.

    Sex Work, Planning Law and Local Government Entrapment, Matthew Roberts, Sex Work Law Reform Victoria; Monkeypox in Victoria, Cal Hawk, Thorne Harbour Health; Kovid Rat Kabaret, Chris Molynoux

    Sex Work, Planning Law and Local Government Entrapment, Matthew Roberts, Sex Work Law Reform Victoria; Monkeypox in Victoria, Cal Hawk, Thorne Harbour Health; Kovid Rat Kabaret, Chris Molynoux

    Matthew Roberts, Cal Hawk & Chris Molynoux in the studio with James McKenzie.  Sex Work Law Reform Victoria's Matthew Roberts discusses Victoria's world class Planning legislation pertaining to Sex Work.  He also discusses some Councils hiring private investigators to investigate sex workers before sex work was decriminalised in Victoria.  Sex Work Law Reform Victoria – Safety. Equality. Justice.  Thorne Harbour Health's Cal Hawk updates us about MPXV (Monkeypox) in Victoria, including pop-up vaccination centres and community education. Thorne Harbour Health - supporting LGBTI communities and people living with HIV | Thorne Harbour Health   Performer Chris Molynoux chats about Kovid Rat Kabaret at The Butterfly Club in Melbourne from 26 September to 1 October, produced by Krows Bar Kabaret, and he sings for us in the studio.  We also play Obsessions, sung by Ruth Katerelos, who performs in Kovid Rat Kabaret.  Krows Bar Kabaret | Facebook  The Butterfly Club  Sovereignty was never ceded.  3CR broadcasts from the stolen  lands of the Kulin Nation.

    Victorian Election and the LGBTQIA Community, Nevena Spirovska, Victorian Pride Lobby. Singer, Songwriter and Musician Kaiyah Mercedes, The Days We Remember

    Victorian Election and the LGBTQIA Community, Nevena Spirovska, Victorian Pride Lobby. Singer, Songwriter and Musician Kaiyah Mercedes, The Days We Remember

    Interviews with Nevena Spirovska and Kaiyah Mercedes.  Victorian Pride Lobby Co-convenor Nevena Spirovska discusses November's Victorian state election through a LGBTQIA Community lense.  Home - Victorian Pride Lobby (vicpridelobby.org)  Singer, songwriter and musician Kaiyah Mercedes chats about her music, including her fourth single The Days We Remember and the album she finished recording this week.  Kaiyah Mercedes  Sovereignty was never ceded. 3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands of the Kulin Nation.

    Australian Government's First 100 Days and Jobs Summit, Rodney Croome, Just Equal. Trans Voices Victoria, Ricki Spencer. Virtual Insanity queer dystopian novel, Kevin Klehr.

    Australian Government's First 100 Days and Jobs Summit, Rodney Croome, Just Equal. Trans Voices Victoria, Ricki Spencer. Virtual Insanity queer dystopian novel, Kevin Klehr.

    Rodney Croome, Ricki Spencer, Kevin Klehr interviews.  Just Equal's Rodney Croome critiques the Albanese Government's first 100 days and Jobs Summit through a LGBTIQ community lense.  LGBTIQA+ Advocacy & Action | Just.Equal Australia  Ricki Spencer discusses transgender advocacy group Trans Voices Victoria, who is meeting with politicians to give trans and gender diverse people a seat at the table.  Kevin Klehr chats about his new queer dystopian novel Virtual Insanity, published by NineStar Press.  kevin klehr – author – a little fantasy * a little sci fi * a little love  About Us – NineStar Press  Sovereignty was never ceded.  3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands of the Kulin Nation. 

    Number 96: 50th Anniversary Album, Behind The Scenes With The Cast Of The Hit TV Series, Nigel Giles and Senser at Theatre Works, Adam Noviello

    Number 96: 50th Anniversary Album, Behind The Scenes With The Cast Of The Hit TV Series, Nigel Giles and Senser at Theatre Works, Adam Noviello

    Nigel Giles & Adam Noviello interviews with James McKenzie.  Number 96 aired on Australian television from 1972 to 1977 and had profound impacts with its groundbreaking themes, including the first openly gay, lesbian and transgender characters on Australian TV drama. Nigel Giles chats about his book that celebrates the show's 50th anniversary with reflections from the cast.  Number 96: 50th Anniversary Album – Australian Scholarly Publishing  Set in 2043, where everyone is watched by Guardians and music is cancelled from existence, Sensor takes audiences into a dystopian and alluring world of drag kings, cabaret queens and outlawed dance halls.  Performer Adam Noviello chats about the world premiere stagings of the production at Theatre Works in St Kilda, Melbourne.   SENSER (theatreworks.org.au)  Sovereignty was never ceded.  3CR broadcasts from the stolen lands of the Kulin Nation.