3CR


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3CRThree Counties Radio (BBC Radio Station)
3CR3rd Commando Regiment (gaming clan)
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Denying the Jewish Experience of Oppression: Jews against Zionism and Anti-Semitism and the 3CR Controversy.
For example, 3CR in Melbourne (a station with a left-wing ideology), broadcasts in Basque, Oromo, Pashto, Somali and Zaza, none of which were available on SBS.
Because its wear resistance and durability are high in comparison with other metals, Nitronic 30 is an excellent replacement for stainless steels, carbon steels, and specialty grades such as Astralloy V and 3CR 12.
Juliana Qian is a Shanghainese-Melburnian writer, performer and radio producer whose work has appeared on airwaves, stages and pages including Overland, Peril, The Famous Spiegeltent, 3CR, Triple R and Joy FM.
In 'Beyond the Bars', Heather Anderson explores the power of community radio to sustain relationships between those inside and outside of prison in an annual NAIDOC Week event sponsored by Melbourne community radio station 3CR.
In Australia, the Jews against Zionism and Anti-Semitism (JAZA) group was formed by a small group of marxists in the 1970s for the sole purpose of defending community radio station 3CR against well-documented allegations of anti-Semitism raised by the Victorian Jewish Board of Deputies.
Of particular interest was Xanana's unavailability for an interview with 3CR Community Radio (where we are both workers), while he was made available to right-wing commercial disc jockey Neil Mitchell at 3AW.
Beyond the Bars is an annual event coordinated by community radio station 3CR, which works directly with Indigenous prisoners to produce content for broadcast on community radio.
However, Libby Jamieson, station manager for Melbourne's 3CR community radio station, is concerned that stories for regional media will be packaged in the cities.
q Huddersfield, Zephyr ( THE ROMANCE q Manchester, Academy 3 DISCHARGE + 3CR + Revenge of the Psychotronic Man + AFS
The programs were broadcast on the following stations: Macedonian Program, Plenty Valley FM, Victoria; Vietnamese Youth Program, 3CR, Melbourne; Sudanese Program, 3ZZZ, Melbourne; Turkish Program, 3ZZZ Melbourne; Tongan Program, 5Ebi, Adelaide; Serbian Program, TEN73 Border FM, Albury-Wodonga; Croatian Program, TEN73 Border FM, Albury-Wodonga; Filipino/ Tagalog Program, 104.