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This weeks highlights

 


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

23rd May 17

Stephen Curry is the star of new Australian true-crime film Hounds Of Love and he comes into the studio to chat about the macabre real-life story on which the film is based. Digga comes by to get 'Down And Dirty' about garlic varieties and why you should plant some pronto, and book reviewer Jessica Tran shares her thoughts on Rutger Bregman's newie Utopia For Realists And How We Can Get There


Musically Incorrect

Tuesday 12am-2am

23rd May 17

Heavy metal six-piece Them call in for a chat about their Cemetary tour.


Uncommon Sense

Tuesday 9am, Tuesday 10am, Tuesday 11am

23rd May 17

Dr Jack Pacoe, Conservation and Research Manager at the Cape Otway Conservation and Ecology Centre tells us about his work to save the koalas and eucalypt forests along the Great Ocean Road; Warwick Smith, Research Economist at Per Capita talks about his new report on the history of unemployment in Australia; Professor Adrienne Stone, constitutional law expert at the Melbourne Law School discusses the proposals being considered at the four-day summit in Uluru on constitutional recognition for indigenous Australians; plus Ben Eltham from New Matilda on the latest in federal politics.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

24th May 17

New York-based novelist Colson Whitehead won the American National Book Award for Underground Railroad and he chats about it with the team, and Dr. Jen explores the 'Weird Science' of the doomsday vaults in Sweden


Multi-Storied

Wednesday 12pm-2pm

24th May 17

American writer Brit Bennett has been winning global praise for her novel The Mothers and her non-fiction essays that tend to go viral, such as I Don't Know What To Do About Good White People. She muses on writing and race and what it's like to be a New York Times bestselling author; Melbourne Writer's Festival Director Lisa Dempster chats about the launch of the MWF Schools Program, and also why she's decided to wind up five years of directing the MWF. Theatre director Stephen Nicolazzo chats about new Red Stitch production The Moors, and academic Tyson Wils talks about the rise of political film festivals, and why political films move us - but do they move us to action? Tune in to find out.


Test Pattern

Wednesday 4pm-7pm

24th May 17

Melbourne-based rapper and producer Baro will be coming into the studio to talk about his new single, ‘Fuck the Judge’, and his upcoming launch shows around Australia.


The International Pop Underground

Wednesday 8pm-10pm

24th May 17

promotional conversations with recent album-of-the-week winners and recent collaborateurs: American balladeer/provocateur PERFUME GENIUS and Kiwi folkie ALDOUS HARDING.


The International Pop Underground

Wednesday 8pm-10pm

24th May 17

U.S indie-pop artist Perfume Genius chats about the release of his fourth album, No Shape. Goth-folk artist Aldous Harding will also be on the show to discuss her new album, Party.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

25th May 17

Dr. Leanne Pinfold chats to the team on 'Feature Creatures' about factors to consider when choosing a pet, and film reviewer Simone Ubaldi tells us about Laura Dern and Woody Harrelson's new dramedy Wilson


SmartArts

Thursday 9am-12pm

25th May 17

Co-creators of Book of Exodus – Part I Adena Jacobs and Aaron Orzech discuss the play which will be showing at Theatre Works. Tim Winton comes in to discuss the production of his new theatre production, Shrine, a performance that navigates through the complex dynamics of one Australian Family. Writer and director of film Handsome Devil John Butler will be joining Richard Watts to discuss the film. Flinders Lane Gallery’s Gallery Director Claire Harris stops by to talk about Exploration 17, which is an annual showcase of emerging and unsigned artists. Performer Sue Broadway and composer Teresa Blake come in to talk about their show, One and the Other. Ace will also be in to give his fortnightly ‘Art Attack’ segment.


Respect The Rock

Thursday 2pm-4pm

25th May 17

Melbourne-based three-piece Mod Vigil swing by the studios to give the details on the release of their self-title LP and upcoming show at the Old Bar. Zombitches will also be coming into the studio to chat about the release of their new single, ‘Life Limits’, and show at the Tote on June 3rd. 


Max Headroom

Thursday 7pm-8pm

25th May 17

Philippe Perez takes an in-depth look at the independent, self-published and broad literature world that encompasses Melbourne's zine culture. 

He’ll explore the fan fiction, politics, poetry, personal stories and inspiration behind some of Melbourne’s zines. Plus he’ll chat to artists, musicians and renegades At the heart of our zine culture.


Far And Wide

26th May 17

Irish singer-songwriter Lisa Hannigan will be in the studio to talk about her upcoming Australian shows.


Tabula Rasa

Midnight Friday-2am

27th May 17

This month on Tabula Rasa, Peter Outlier presents Blooming Up Slowly.

A one stop shop for non-pop, with an antipodean flavour, focusing on music that's still emerging. Expect percussive jazz, new wave, and experimental sounds, complemented by local releases which fit in a mood between dreaming, dancing, and distraction.    


Off The Record

Saturday 9am-12pm

27th May 17

Brian talks to renowned music author Ed Ward about his latest book The History of Rock & Roll and his biography of guitarist Michael Bloomfield.


Sunday Lunch

Sunday 1pm

28th May 17

Angie Hart will be stopping by to discuss her work as a singer-songwriter, and writer and co-creator of the Women of Letters literary event, an event which showcases and celebrates a diverse range of female talent.


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