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Beyond Burning documentary; Far right extremism; Grandmothers Against Removals; Facebook content deletion; Tana Douglas, the first female roadie

Beyond Burning documentary; Far right extremism; Grandmothers Against Removals; Facebook content deletion; Tana Douglas, the first female roadie

8:15am: We hear from Tana Douglas, who's acknowledged in the music industry as Australia's first female roadie! We speak about her memoir Loud, and the impact of COVID 19 on the music industry.8.00am: Claudia speaks with Jon Bisset about the impact of Facebooks content deletion on Community media. Tune in to hear TEXT US 0488 809 855 and let us know your thoughts on the Facebook content deletion.7:40am: Tune in to hear from Aunty Hazel from Grandmothers Against Removals' rally two Fridays ago, protesting the removal of two aboriginal children who have been taken to the UK and their British carers who refuse to return to Australia.7:30: Labour's Dr Anne Aly talks about the rise of the far-right extreme.7:15am: Carly from Thursday breakfast speaks with scriptwriter James Norman about Beyond Burning a documentary premiering at the Transitions Film Festival.

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