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John Curtin Gallery Director: Chris Malcolm

Friday 10th August

John Curtin Gallery Director: Chris Malcolm

Chris Malcolm joins us once again in the studio, to discuss how to fund projects in […]

WA Senator: Jordan Steele-John

Friday 10th August

WA Senator: Jordan Steele-John

James Hall talks to Jordan Steele-John, a WA Greens Senator. They chatted about the importance of […]

Mayor of Vincent: Emma Cole

Friday 10th August

Mayor of Vincent: Emma Cole

The Mayor of City of Vincent Emma Cole is a long-time local of our lovely part […]

Local Culture and its Integration

Thursday 5th July

Local Culture and its Integration

RTRFM spoke once again with Minister for the Arts Hon. David Templeman about his outlook for […]

‘Slice of life’ – An interview with The Heights’ Warren Clarke

Thursday 21st June

‘Slice of life’ – An interview with The Heights’ Warren Clarke

Production has begun in Perth on ABC’s new ‘slice of life’ serial drama series, The Heights, […]

Burrbgaja Yalirra (Dancing Forwards)

Friday 8th June

Burrbgaja Yalirra (Dancing Forwards)

Burrbgaja Yalirra (Dancing Forwards) is a three-year program aimed at supporting the next generation of ‘change makers’ […]

Habeeb Mental Health Facility project: one of the only mental health facilities in Somalia.

Friday 8th June

Habeeb Mental Health Facility project: one of the only mental health facilities in Somalia.

Mental health is something that isn’t openly talked about and it’s highly stigmatised, especially in many […]

Libby Klysz: The Man and The Moon

Friday 8th June

Libby Klysz: The Man and The Moon

Complete lunacy or a total eclipse of the heart? Either way, it’s a hell of a […]

The cultural gem that is Pauline Pantsdown has been gracing Australia’s evening gown since 1997.

Friday 8th June

The cultural gem that is Pauline Pantsdown has been gracing Australia’s evening gown since 1997.

‘Back Door Man’ and ‘I Don’t Like It’ may not have been where this icon started […]

WASO and the Rusty Orchestra, with percussionist Alex Timcke

Friday 8th June

WASO and the Rusty Orchestra, with percussionist Alex Timcke

WASO players sit side-by-side amateur musicians to make a huge orchestra and present a concert at […]

The Year Everything Changed

Friday 8th June

The Year Everything Changed

Phillipa McGuinness recalls a range of events and attitudes we might have already forgotten in The […]

Julie Dowling’s ‘Wiru’: An acknowledgement to the strength of the Indigenous people

Friday 1st June

Julie Dowling’s ‘Wiru’: An acknowledgement to the strength of the Indigenous people

Nationally renowned Badimaya artist Julie Dowling presents an exhibition of new works at Midland Junction Arts […]

Dream Mine Time: The reality of a living and a modern Dreamtime

Friday 1st June

Dream Mine Time: The reality of a living and a modern Dreamtime

This show will survey new work by a selection of significant mid-career and established Aboriginal artists […]

Crossing Borders and Seeking Asylum in Australia: The Border Crossers Exhibition

Friday 1st June

Crossing Borders and Seeking Asylum in Australia: The Border Crossers Exhibition

Clyde McGill looks at borderlands as they relate to people who come by boat. This exhibition […]

Fragment: A Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery exhibition of renowned wood-fired potter ‘Stewart Scambler’

Friday 1st June

Fragment: A Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery exhibition of renowned wood-fired potter ‘Stewart Scambler’

Arriving in Perth from England as a young boy, Stewart Scambler was struck by the natural […]