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RadMon Exclusive Interview: Joshua Briers

With the Australian 2016 Election only days away and all three Deja Moo hosts being first time voters; the team decided to this week turn their focus towards the individuals campaigning to be elected (or re-elected) this year. Over 2 days the crew interviewed 9 different Politicians, spanning across the 4 largest political parties in Australia.

Josh Briers is the 2016 Australian Greens Party Candidate for Deakin.

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RadMon Exclusive Interview: Josh Fergeus

With the Australian 2016 Election only days away and all three Deja Moo hosts being first time voters; the team decided to this week turn their focus towards the individuals campaigning to be elected (or re-elected) this year. Over 2 days the crew interviewed 9 different Politicians, spanning across the 4 largest political parties in Australia.

Joshua Fergeus is the 2016 Australian Greens Party Candidate for Chisholm.

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Radmon Exclusive Interview: Stefanie Perri

With the Australian 2016 Election only days away and all three Deja Moo hosts being first time voters; the team decided to this week turn their focus towards the individuals campaigning to be elected (or re-elected) this year. Over 2 days the crew interviewed 9 different Politicians, spanning across the 4 largest political parties in Australia.

Stefanie Perri is the 2016 Australian Labor Party Candidate for Chisholm.

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RadMon Exclusive Interview: Tony Clark

With the Australian 2016 Election only days away and all three Deja Moo hosts being first time voters; the team decided to this week turn their focus towards the individuals campaigning to be elected (or re-elected) this year. Over 2 days the crew interviewed 9 different Politicians, spanning across the 4 largest political parties in Australia.

Tony Clark is the 2016 Australian Labor Party Candidate for Deakin.

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RadMon Exclusive Interview: Dr. Helen Jeges

With the Australian 2016 Election only days away and all three Deja Moo hosts being first time voters; the team decided to this week turn their focus towards the individuals campaigning to be elected (or re-elected) this year. Over 2 days the crew interviewed 9 different Politicians, spanning across the 4 largest political parties in Australia.

Dr Helen Jeges is the 2016 Australian Animal Justice Party Candidate for Hotham.

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PODCAST: Deja Moo #15 “2016 Election Special”

Presentation1 [Autosaved]It’s a massive 2 HOUR edition of ‪#‎DejaMoo‬ tonight on Radio Monash, featuring interviews with 9 Different Members for Parliament and other local candidates from Australian Labor PartyLiberal Party of AustraliaThe Australian Greens and the Australian Animals Justice Party // including: Mark DreyfusStefanie Perri – Labor Candidate for ChisholmWillisa HogarthAlex BhathalJoshua Briers – Greens Candidate for Deakin George Hua – Liberal for HothamJosh Fergeus – Greens Candidate for ChisholmTony Clark, Labor for DeakinDr Helen Jeges

 

Join us on Radio Monash; Every Monday at 6pm as we expose the ever burring lines between the Political Arena and the Entertainment Industry through poor attempts at comedy.

Hosted by: Connor Johnston, Paris Balla and Yusuf Aly

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RadMon Exclusive Interview: George Hua

With the Australian 2016 Election only days away and all three Deja Moo hosts being first time voters; the team decided to this week turn their focus towards the individuals campaigning to be elected (or re-elected) this year. Over 2 days the crew interviewed 9 different Politicians, spanning across the 4 largest political parties in Australia.

George Hua is the 2016 Australian Liberal Party Candidate for Hotham.

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RadMon Exclusive Interview: Mark Dreyfus MP

With the Australian 2016 Election only days away and all three Deja Moo hosts being first time voters; the team decided to this week turn their focus towards the individuals campaigning to be elected (or re-elected) this year. Over 2 days the crew interviewed 9 different Politicians, spanning across the 4 largest political parties in Australia.

Mark Dreyfus MP is the Australian Labor Party Federal Member for Isaacs.

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RadMon Exclusive Interview: Wilissa Hogarth

With the Australian 2016 Election only days away and all three Deja Moo hosts being first time voters; the team decided to this week turn their focus towards the individuals campaigning to be elected (or re-elected) this year. Over 2 days the crew interviewed 9 different Politicians, spanning across the 4 largest political parties in Australia.

Willisa Hogarth is the 2016 Australian Greens Party Candidate for Flinders.

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PODCAST: Deja Moo #14 “Just Keep Swimming”

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Join Connor, Paris and Yusuf in show 14 of Deja Moo as they tackle the latest developments in the 2016 Australian Election, Reconstruct themselves emotionally following the release of “Finding Dory” and “Orange is the New Black”, Eat Saladas and pose some interesting questions about the accessibility of the music industry. All that and More on Deja Moo

Join us on Radio Monash; Every Monday at 6pm as we expose the ever burring lines between the Political Arena and the Entertainment Industry through poor attempts at comedy.

Hosted by: Connor Johnston, Paris Balla and Yusuf Aly

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REVIEW: PEP Productions’ “The Laramie Project”

“The Laramie Project” is a script I’ve read and studied many times before, but actually have never seen performed live on stage before. Constructed purely from interviews conducted by the the Tectonic Theatre Company with the locals of Laramie, the play details the life and death of Matthew Sheppard, who at the age of 21 fell victim to a vicious hate crime, tortured and murdered by local boys Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson on the outskirts of his home town. The play serves to translate to the audience the effect Sheppard’s murder had on the global debates regarding homophobia and hate crime legislation, as well as the impact it had on the small town in which it occurred, through the format of “Verbatim Theatre”. Due to both the abnormal nature of the play’s design as well as the confronting nature of its content, “The Laramie Project” remains one of the most difficult plays to perform and get right. However, due to an incredible amount of effort, talent and reverence, it is a play that PEP Productions absolutely nails. Read more …