TELL US: Do you want a special broadcast on 11 Feb?

It’s been a little while since our last show and we’re sure you, like us, are hanging for a fix of Rant n Rave Radio’s “The Agenda”. There is so much to rant about with so many issues coming up. The big one amongst them was the announcement of the election date months and months ahead of time. And of course there’s been the subsequent shenanigans over it since plus there  the nation’s federal Parliament has returned for the year.

And with our schedule freeing up a bit we thought it would be fun to get our fix of Rant n Rave Radio’s “The Agenda” by doing a special broadcast on 11 February.

So tell us – do you want a special broadcast on 11 February?

Well it doesn’t actually matter if you said ‘No’ we’re still going to do a special broadcast.

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Join Us Today To Talk Australia’s Carbon Price

Today we go live from 6pm AEST. It’s half-an-hour later than usual but that’s so we can bring you the latest details about Australia’s historic decision to finally put a price on carbon pollution.

It’ll be a huge show and you can guarantee it’ll be a no-punches-pulled rant n rave.

On today’s show we look at:

  • The government’s carbon price package and
  • The decision by Sydney City Council to change official documentation to recognise the invasion of Australia.

It’s talk-back internet radio so join us LIVE Rant n Rave Radio’s The Agenda  at 6pm

An historic Sunday for climate action

On Sunday the Australian government will make an announcement on its package to put a price on carbon pollution. It’s something we’ve all been holding our breaths for, and for some time too.

But Sunday all will be revealed.

And Rant n Rave Radio’s The Agenda will be on air to give you a run down of the package and the politics.

Join us from 5.30pm for a robust and frank discussion about climate action.

Join Us Live Today

Today we go live from 5.30PM AEST.

It’ll be a huge show and you can guarantee it’ll be a no-punches-pulled rant n rave.

On today’s show we look at:

  • The state of Victorian politics and the government’s record.
  • The continuing appalling debate surrounding Australia’s obligation to aslyum seekers.
  • And a few other things.

It’s talk-back internet radio so join us.

LIVE Rant n Rave Radio’s The Agenda 5.30pm

Open Thread: What should we rant about?

After a quick exchange between the producers we thought our listeners should send in their suggestions for topics to rant n rave about. Our show thrives on the input of our listeners so why not tell us what you’d like to hear on The Agenda.

Don’t be shy. Jump in.

Don’t forget to include a link to some details about the issue or topic you want us to rant n rave about.

Better still you can just vent you spleen here and we might use it during today’s show. You never know we might even use it in future shows.

Broadcasting live today at 5.30pm AEST

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New technology for the next show

The team at Rant n Rave Radio have out done themselves! They’ve gone out and bought some new technology to improve our shows.

But what technology could possibly improve Rant n Rave Radio? Well for months there have been promises of fixing up the audio and making the sound quality better for live and archived shows.

And now those promises have finally been kept!

The producers have bought better microphones. That’s right new microphones! Greg and Alex can’t wait for the next show to test out the new technology.

And they hope you join them to celebrate!

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The whale slaughter continues

Rant n Rave RadioThe whale slaugher continues and last week Greg and Alex ranted and raved about the issue.  In the meantime there continues a tit-for-tat between the Sea Shepherd and the whalers.

Australia’s government remains incapable of coming through on their election promise to take Japan to the international court for their continued illegal fishing in Australia’s custodial waters.  The government even admitted the Oceanic Viking was being sent out to spot “illegal fishing”, yet wasn’t going to be observing – a strange sort of spin!

We reckon you should get behind the Sea Shepherd and keep pushing until decisive action is taken against the whale slaughter.  There is no reason for it and Japan’s own Prime Minister admits to disliking whale – so why not stop it!  Japanese Greenpeace activists have been arrested for their activities in exposing the scam that is Japan’s whale research program.

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