Culture Interviews

First Take: In Conversation with Leah Purcell

The FBi filmlordes Jen and André sat down the actor/director/writer Leah Purcell to discuss what makes ‘The Drover’s Wife’ such a special story.

Last Take with Ben Kenny (ft. Jane Campion’s Rental History)

FBi’s Film Lordes Jen and André visited Ben Kenny at the closing down sale of Darlinghurst’s famous Film Club.

Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe on NAIDOC Week and reconciliation: “We need to take Heal Country very seriously.”

Lil Scott spoke to Gunnai-Gunditijmara woman and current Greens Senator for Victoria Lidia Thorpe about protecting sacred sites, NAIDOC Week & First Nations voices in Parliament.

Mardi Gras 2021: Queer Perspectives on Out of the Box

In the lead up to Mardi Gras 2021, Mia Hull sat down with five superstars from the Sydney LGBTQIA+ community to chat about their lives and the songs that soundtracked the big moments. 

Feature image of South Sudanese musician, Ajak Kwai

Of Women, Cows and War – Ajak Kwai shares her experiences as a South Sudanese refugee

From speaking very little to recording albums in three languages and hosting a show on Melbourne community radio, Ajak Kwai has thrived in the face of adversity.

Firesticks Cultural Alliance

Critical Cultural Knowledge: Oliver Costello from Firesticks Alliance on Mornings

Lessons to be learned from the traditional custodians of the land on how to manage this devastating bushfire season.

Courtney Ammenhauser

Meet your new Up For It host, Courtney Ammenhauser

Brekkie radio has a fresh new face!

Peter Greste on the deterioration of Australian press freedom

After spending 400 days in an Egyptian prison for news reporting that threatened national security, award-winning journalist Peter Greste is hyper-aware of the importance of a free press.

Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation

A recipe for sustainability: creative collaboration at Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation

Creative ways that you and your community can take your sustainability game to the next level.

The Nightingale

Interview: The Nightingale and the all-encompassing horror of colonialism

Director Jennifer Kent and star Baykali Ganambarr talk about confronting colonialism in the most walked out of film of the year.