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Midnight Special is a late night chat show with a different talented host each week. Special guests – the best guests ever – will sit down for a casual, loose conversation on the mic, either live in the studio or pre-recorded at earlier hours.
From musicians, writers, artists, actors, comedians and whoever has an interesting story to tell, the Midnight Special is an opportunity to go beyond the stock questions and understand the creative people in and around (and even outside of) Perth in deeper ways.
A weekly look at Indigenous Affairs both nationally and locally with Jim Morrison, Nick Abraham and Jodi Hoffman. The show was founded by Jim and Wayne Bynder.
Jim, Nick and Jodi are Noongar who are dedicated to the preservation of their culture and the healing of their people through positive and consistent empowerment of Aboriginal people.
Join us as they delve into Aboriginal culture, talks, arts and laughs.
Produced by Jim Morrison, Nick Abraham, Jodi Hoffman and Danae Gibson.
Editing by Damon Sutton.
Thanks to Jorja Keay and Jeff Bullen.
On Sunday 26 May 2019, the Moorditj Mag team of Jim Morrison, Nick Abraham, Jodi Hoffmann and Ebony Garlett presented a special Sorry Day broadcast from the final game of the AFL Sir Doug Nicholls Round at Perth Stadium.
Four hours of interviews and conversation about language, music, football, history and politics marked a very special day to remember the Stolen Generations and celebrate the resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The program was broadcast live on Noongar Radio in W.A. and proudly supported by RTRFM 92.1.
Simon Miraudo and Tristan Fidler review movies every Friday morning on Breakfast With Taylah. Now they have their very own podcast that you can subscribe to and listen to!
The Movie Squad RTRFM podcast is where you can hear Simon, Tristan and special guests discuss movies at length and in detail, covering every kind of topic and every type of movie, from blockbuster extravaganzas to arthouse fare, from celluloid excellence to glorious trash! The podcast promises to be a fortnightly mix of new original movie chats recorded especially for the podcast and compilations of our most recent reviews to provide a helpful guide as to what to see at the movies!
Remember: if you need a movie reviewed... call the Movie Squad!
Every now and again RTRFM delves into something different. From climate change protests to indigenous issues, RTRFM's Special Projects takes some of our special broadcasts and puts them out to the world via the RTRFM Special Projects Podcast.
Talk the Talk is RTRFM’s weekly show about linguistics, the science of language.
Linguists Daniel Midgley and Hedvig Skirgård and smart person Ben Ainslie tackle language change, language tech, new words, society, minority languages, language and the mind, and much more.
Daniel teaches linguistics at the University of Western Australia. Hedvig is a linguist at ANU studying Pacific languages. Ben teaches media studies to the next generation of Western Australia’s secondary school students. Together, they look at language in all its variety and splendour while listening to some great tunes.
In ecology, the understorey grows where light shines through the forest canopy.
Our award-winning Understorey journalists highlight local and globally-connected environmental issues that the other media commonly pass over.
RTRFM’s long-running dedicated environment program makers Adrian Glamorgan and Elizabeth PO’ bring together stories from near and sometimes afar, whether it be conservationists rehabilitating habitat, citizen scientists gathering data, campaigners at the frontline, or decision-makers at their desks, seeking solutions together to the challenges affecting our shared air, water, land and life processes.