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All My Favourite Songs…Of 2021 (Rotations Music Special)

Nick Pendergrast 9 January 2022 5

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Nick from Freedom of Species plays some of his favourite songs that were released in 2021. This show originally aired on Rotations on 3CR Community Radio on 9 January 2022. Rotations airs 2-3pm every Sunday and features music from a wide range of 3CR presenters. For more information about the Rotations show, see:  Music played: All my favourite songs by Weezer – from the album OK Human: Playing my piano by Weezer – from the album OK Human: SkrAm! by Jeff Rosenstock – from the album SKA DREAM: Haven’t been doing so well by Frank Turner – single: Konichiwa by Shoreline and Shoreline – single: For What? by Destroy Boys – from the album Open Mouth, Open Heart: Blue Lives Don’t Matter by Ash Bricky – from the album Songs for Lovers and Tear Gas: My Bro cancervive cancer by NOFX – from the album Single Album: Phantom Fury by Sole – from the album MBFX: I Don’t Like Myself by Girli – from the EP Damsel in Distress: How the world works by Bo Burnham – from the album Inside (The Songs): Pandora’s Box by Marina – from the album Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land: Falling Off by Dollar Signs – from the album Hearts of Gold: Beach Life in Death by Glass Beach – single (cover of the song originally by Car Seat Headrest):  Nick gives daily music recommendations on Twitter @NicksSong and on the Spotify playlist ‘Song of the Day by NicksSong’:

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Don’t Look Up, the Climate Crisis and Self-Care (Summer Special)

Nick Pendergrast and Katie 16 January 2022

This Summer Special covers the movie Don’t Look Up (Netflix), putting our energy back into climate action after the movement has lost momentum during the pandemic and avoiding burnout when coping with the reality of the climate crisis. It is …continue

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