NIC ZOUMBOULIS interviews Ryan Shelton, one of the core members of Radio Karate, the team that produces Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year specials and more recently True Story.
TalkSport is back, with a bumper discussion of the latest in sport from TAS MAVRIDIS, BEN CARDWELL and LAURENCE ROSEN.
Signs in Chinese stating that universities are a “No Chinese Zone” were a threatening greeting for thousands of Monash and Melbourne University students on the first day of classes today. MATILDA BOSELEY reports
The Roaring Twenties, with its speakeasy bars and Great Gatsby-style extravagant parties, is brought to life in a glamorous fashion exhibition at Rippon Lea. SHELBY BROOKS takes a closer look.
Melbourne is on track to becoming a carbon neutral city by 2020, environmental experts say. ZHINUO ZHANG and TING HAO report.
Every light bulb, battery, mobile phone or electrical item we throw away contains hazardous substances that should never go to landfill. So what’s a keen recycler to do? KATHRYN LEWIS reports.
Minor tranquillisers such as Diazepam and Temazepam are dangerous and should be monitored as strictly as the most highly addictive painkillers, experts say. As Victoria and WA move towards stricter controls on some prescription drugs, WADE ZAGLAS looks at the case for broader controls.
Science and art converge spectacularly in LightTime, a new exhibition at Scienceworks. DAVID McALPINE reports on an immersive project inspired by the science behind light, sound and perception, crafted by 11 of Australia’s most cutting-edge artists.
Medications are finding their way into our waterways, and Monash University researchers have discovered one antidepressant is having a profound impact on fish. DAVID McALPINE reports.
TRACY CHEN, AMY LOUGHLIN and VANESSA HILL take a look at the George Ballroom in St Kilda – the birthplace of punk in Melbourne when it was the famous Crystal Ballroom. Same As It Ever Was explores Melbourne’s spaces through its hidden histories and forgotten stories.
It’s an intriguing time in the AFL season, with not much separating most of the teams. Which ones have what it takes? This week in TalkSport, BEN CARDWELL and TAS MAVRIDIS look at the AFL, the Confederations Cup, the NBA, and more.
Art and science collide at Melbourne Museum’s latest international touring exhibition – Bug Lab: Little Bugs, Super Powers, which opened today. DAVID McALPINE looks at the magic that results when Hollywood and an innovative museum collaborate.
Syakinah has worn a hijab since she was 10. But why do women choose to cover themselves with a veil? Is it a choice or are they wearing it out of parental expectation? NIK IZZA IMAN looks at the conflicted world of the young generation of veiled Muslims in Australia.
It’s good, but is it Bridesmaids good? MATILDA BOSELEY reviews the female-led comedy Rough Night
For her photo essay, MAGGIE McDONOUGH focused her camera on pole dancer Gayè. “I wanted to give insight into a profession that is often frowned upon by others,” Maggie says.
Following reports of a 40 per cent increase in homelessness in Victoria, RUBY MULLER investigates where government funding is falling short.
The 11,000 hectares of forest that is the Five Rivers Reserve in Tasmania is a tribute to carbon guilt, maintained by the carbon offsets airline passengers buy. What are we actually getting for the money? NADIA DIMATTINA and WILL ZWAR REPORT.
Eating disorders in Australia are increasing, especially among children. Mojo TV reporter ALISHA PAWA met a teenage anorexia survivor who wanted to tell her story.