22nd April #refugeerights #queerrights #wikileaks

Another great show tonight. We’ll be speaking to:

– Freedom Centre coordinator for the WA Aids Council Dani Wright on the campaign for LGBTIQ rights beyond the equal marriage issue

– Wikileaks Party national spokesperson Samantha Castro on the party’s bid for a Senate seat in the upcoming federal election

– Refugee Action Collective organiser Trevor Grant on the recent hunger strike by refugees at Broadmeadows detention centre

15th April #uranium #humanrights #tppa

-Conservation Council of WA anti-uranium campaigner Mia Pepper on the implications of federal environment minister Tony Burke’s decision to approve Toro Energy’s Wiluna uranium mine

-Kiwi human rights lawyer Edward Miller on the campaign against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, yet another ‘free trade’ instrument designed to attack unions and undermine living standards in the interests of multinational corporations

-and Simon Palfreeman on the fight for justice for his son Jock, a young man convicted of murder and currently serving a 20 year jail sentence in Bulgaria.

1st April #anzacday #apology #permaculture

Erdem Koc Lecturer in Journalism at La Trobe University going beyond the slogans of Anzac Day.  Going beyond the superficial historical line so dominant in contemporary Australian discourse.

On the national apology to victims of forced adoptions in Australia.  Morning Magazines Daniel Cleary spoke to Colleen Clare from the organisation Vanish to have her views on the apology.

Charlie McGee of Vegetable Formidable on the launch of his new album (Permaculture: A Rhymer’s Manual) which is taking an innovative approach to educating people about the revolutionary movement that is Permaculture.