How To Listen
Girls To The Mic
Community Broadcasting Association of Australia
Digital Radio Project
Community Radio Network
International Women's Day
Women in Media Project
About the Project
Cloud Waves, 12 - 1am
Progressive, boundary-pushing, experimental raps, blissed-out, heartbreaking futuristic R n B beats and intriguing nightclub constructions.
Ears Have Ears, 2 - 3am
Experimental soundtracks, unique performances and unusual mixtapes.
In The Pines, 4 - 5am
Folk, alt-country, twang, harmonicas & harmonies: In The Pines is the home among the gum trees for all these sounds this International Women's Day.
Brekkie With Kulja Coulston and Sara Savage, 7 - 10am
Ideas, discussion, live music and lively debate - enjoy brekkie with
this International Women's Day, with music provided by
Accent Of Women, 10.30 - 11am
A program by and about women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
, 12 - 1pm
WHO RUN THE (ART) WORLD: A list of influential emerging female artists, art workers and creative practitioners, who will shape Australian arts in 2020.
Late Lunch, 2 - 5pm
News, interviews, discussion and more to celebrate this International Women's Day.
Drastic on Plastic, 6 - 8pm
For over thirty years Drastic on Plastic has been highlighting the vital role that women play in music, as innovators and experimenters.
Women of Rock Live from the Public Bar, North Melbourne, 10 - 11pm
Featuring Ninetynine, The Villenettes and 3CR's Music Matters.
The Shapow Show. 1 - 2am
Bringing you new music and old school classics from the only hip hop show on Australia's only LGBTI station.
Doing It For Themselves, 3-4am
From proto-riot grrrl weird punk, to post-punk and straight up pop, 'Doing it for themselves' celebrates DIY music made by women.
All Kinds Of Country, 5 - 7am
A smorgasbord of country music ranging from traditional, bluegrass and contemporary country to bush ballads.
Women On The Line, 10.00 - 10.30am
Providing a gender analysis of contemporary issues, as well as in-depth analysis by a range of women around Australia and internationally.
Backchat With AH Cayley And Heidi Pett, 11am - 12pm
Your alternative to talkback! One sweet hour of Australian politics, news, and current affairs. Totally robust, never mendacious.
Women On The Line Presents: Intersectionality and the Failings of White Feminism, 1 - 2 pm
A discussion with Eugenia Flynn, Texta Queen and Lia Incognita.
Cherchez La Femme Presents Feminism and Footy, 5 - 6pm
Melbourne’s monthly talkshow hosted by Karen Pickering, with Angela Pippos, Chyloe Kurdas and Ruby Koomen.
Girls Gone Mild, 8 - 10pm
A conversation between boisterous siblings
, ranging from the absurdly enlightening to the enlighteningly absurd!
Megaherzzz, 11 - 12pm
Featuring news, opinions and activist information from a feminist perspective, as well as interviews and music exclusively from female artists.
Girls to the Mic is a joint initiative of the Digital Radio Project and Community Radio Network at the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia
Girls to the Mic illustrations by Steph Hughes.
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