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Cindy & Daz for from Studio Bee!

Cindy & Daz return for breakfast in 2022 with weather, traffic, trains, entertainment news, great music and a whole heap more. They'll also keep you updated with all that is happening in Melbourne - events, activities and local business updates...from the buzzz studios.

New partners. New studio. New home!

Still playing the songs you know from 6am AEDST Fridays.


Standing independently of both the Victorian Government and Victorian Police, Crime Stoppers Victoria's vision is to reduce crime and make Victoria a safer place.

This year, CSV celebrated 33 years of helping Victorians keep their community safe. Since starting in 1987, CSV has taken over 1,139,000 calls, helped make more than 25,700 arrests, collected information to lay more than 99,000 charges and assisted in the recovery of more than $297 million dollars’ worth of property, drugs and stolen property.

Our long-standing relationship with CSV is a valued one.

L'Arte Central is a Social Enterprise Cafe, Florist and Art Space located in Melbourne's South.

They exist to give people in our community opportunities that they might never otherwise get. This can include employment, community participation activities for NDIS participants and also volunteering or other meaningful activity as appropriate for their recovery. L'Arte create pathways back into mainstream community life and give people the opportunity to realise their full potential. It also provides a vehicle for changing community attitudes towards those with mental health and other challenges. 

L'Arte Central bring you 'EXTRAtainment News' each Friday on the show at 7:30am.


Backpacks for a Bright Future...what a great initiative!  [Anthony Cheeseman - L'Arte Central] :: 26 November, 2021


Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! - Dean Martin (1959)

Dean Martin released a version of this 1945 classic in 1959, as part of his album 'A Winter Romance', and a re-recorded version in 1966, as part of 'The Dean Martin Christmas Album'.

The song entered the Billboard Hot 10 for the first time in 2018.

Despite the lyrics making no mention of any holiday, the song has come to be regarded as a  worldwide due to its winter theme, being played on radio stations during the Christmas and holiday season, and having often been covered by various artists on Christmas-themed albums.

Deano's version peaked at #21 on the Australian charts.


12 hours Boxing Day walk needed to burn off Christmas dinner calories

The average person would need to go for a 12-hour walk on Boxing Day to burn off the calories from Christmas dinner.

Research has found that a hike of 80 kms is needed to burn off the gut-busting 3,475 calories contributed to by turkey and all the trimmings.

Alternatively, people watching their waistlines over the festive period could also set off on a six-hour jog - according to Amanda Daley, professor of behavioural medicine at Loughborough University.

Those who refuse to go on even a short stroll after their Christmas Day meal could gain up to 1kg in weight.

Professor Daley, who calculated the calories for The Conversation website, said: "It is important that people understand the true energy cost of food to encourage some restraint in their eating, and perhaps make them think twice about something like the yule log - or reduce the size of the piece they cut."

Start loosening that belt buckle!


Future U

Until 26 February, 2022

Future U explores what it means to be human during a time of rapid technological acceleration.

The exhibition presents creative responses to developments in artificial intelligence, robotics and biotechnology. While innovation in these areas offers amazing possibilities, it also poses questions and presents challenges to our beliefs and values.

Exhibiting artists, designers and researchers: Bettina von Arnim, Holly Block, Karen Casey, DuckworthHullickDuo, Peter Ellis, Jake Elwes, Alexi Freeman, Libby Heaney, Leah Heiss and Emma Luke, Pia Interlandi, Amy Karle, Mario Klingemann, Zhuying Li, Christian Mio Loclair, Maina-Miriam Munsky, Patricia Piccinini, Stelarc, Uncanny Valley and Deborah Wargon.

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Moonlight Cinema Melbourne

Until 27 March, 2022

Moonlight Cinema is back, bringing the nostalgia of picnics, popcorn and film-watching amongst idyllic inner-city parklands. The original cinema under the stars returns to Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria from early December till the end of March.

The December program includes new releases such as Dear Evan Hansen, family hit Clifford the Big Red Dog, as well as Hollywood blockbusters such as Black Widow and Cruella. As Christmas approaches, a string of festive favourites show including Love Actually, The Holiday, Home Alone and The Grinch.

Moonlight Cinema comes to life with on-site activations, food trucks, bars and the comfiest of bean beds for humans and their four-legged friends. Pick from a range of ticket packages. Thanks to Moonlight's green partner, Garnier, electricity from Moonlight will be offset through ecologically sensitive planning.

Moonlight Cinema Melbourne is BYO and dog friendly.

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South Wharf Summer Garden

Until 31 March, 2022

Get down to the Common Man lawn this summer and enjoy delicious gin and tonics by Malfy and Fever-Tree, cocktails featuring flavoured gins, cold beer by Coopers, live sport and a chilled-out beach vibe to enjoy at your own pace down by the Yarra, complete with views of the Melbourne CBD.

Reminiscent of lazy beach days and the colours of the Amalfi coastline, the Summer Lawn is the perfect spot to chill and unwind.

While enjoying your drinks, choose from a European coastline-inspired menu to complement the usual offering, featuring fresh seafood, delicious pastas and a sharing platter of mixed antipasto delights.

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