This week, the Right Now Radio team focus on getting balance right between protecting free speech and preventing racial discrimination.
In the second summer edition of Right Now Radio, the crew discuss Victorian legislation to erase homosexuality charges with Jamie Gardiner, refugee screening with Daniel Webb and women’s rights in Australian with Caroline Lambert.
The Right Now Radio podcast is hitting the airways! For the next six weeks, Australia’s only dedicated human rights radio program will be live on air every Wednesday night from 7pm to 8pm on Triple R 102.7. Plus: Right Now Radio are hiring!
In the first of our summer edition shows, the Right Now Radio crew assembled a stellar guest list. We spoke with the Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples, Les Malezer, about the recently announced defunding of Australia’s peak representative body, as well as funding cuts to Aboriginal legal services. Phil Lynch, Director of the […]
The December edition of Right Now Radio is a full as a Christmas stocking with interviews, musical treats and Ben’s daggy gags. The crew chat with Professor Chris Cunneen about a recent report on legal needs for Aboriginal people in Victoria, catch up with Laura Vines about fighting violence against women in PNG (including with a […]
“I think we have to be very aware about where we’re heading, what our youth are thinking about, what we’re talking about, rather than consuming it without thought” Anna Dorevitch talks to Catherine Simmonds, the Artistic Director of “In Bed with the Elephant in the Room” – a collaboration between Platform Youth Theatre and Project […]
Right Now Radio have a chat to Anne Manne about writing about human rights issues. They also meet Fablice from the Flybz and talk music, and the conflict in Burundi.
“All my dreamtime stories are in there already. I feel very enriched by finding similarities.” Tom E Lewis talks to Right Now Radio about Shadow King, a reinterpretation of Shakespeare’s King Lear starring an all-Indigenous cast.
Anna Dorevitch spoke to Pedro Reyes, continuing the Right Now Radio Melbourne Festival special series. Anna also had a chat to Ev Tadros about human rights events and the festival so far.
Evelyn Tadros interviewed Melbourne Festival artists Quique Neira, Archie Roach and Gurrumul’s spokesperson, Michael Hohnen in a special series for Right Now Radio.
“When we gather together, we create this beautiful energy. So there are no differences in this world when we dance together. The spirit is one. Well it’s the same with our stories…Come dance with us!” Tom E. Lewis On October’s edition of Right Now Radio, Rach and Ev fill the Stocky shaped hole in the […]
Professor Sarah Joseph explains the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in Right Now Radio’s new segment, The Gist of It.