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This weeks highlights

 


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

24th May 16


Gerard Elson reviews Marie Darrieussecq’s Men; Vanessa Toholka explains engineering a Babelfish; Rana Hussain talks about Muslims and the Bulldogs.



Banana Lounge Broadcasting

Tuesday 12pm-2pm

24th May 16

Gareth Liddiard from the Drones is in to talk about their new album Feeling Kinda Free


The Good, The Dub & The Global

Tuesday 2pm-4pm

24th May 16

Musical juggernaut the Melbourne Ska Orchestra just dropped new album Siera Kilo Alpha, and are gearing up to take it on the road. Band director Nicky Bomba joins Systa BB for a chat.


Double Bounce

Tuesday 4pm, Tuesday 5pm, Tuesday 6pm

24th May 16

This week, an awesome live to air from Cable Ties! Renowned for their sharp guitar hooks, driving bass lines, and hypnotic rhythm section, Melbourne garage punk trio Cable Ties draw on elements of primitive boogie, kraut-rock, post-punk and fierce rock n’ roll on their latest self-titled 7”.  Catch their live set from the Triple R Performance Space at 6.25pm sharp.


Greening the Apocalypse

Tuesday 7pm-8pm

24th May 16

Bushy and Adam talk to representatives of Save the Planet, a new political party and community campaign focused on reversing global warming and re-creating a safe climate. Plus Deano from the Good Brew Co. chats about his sustainable and enviro-friendly business model.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

25th May 16

Starlee Kine talks about her Mystery Show podcast; Dr Jen discusses the science of bilnguialism; Ian Lowe asks whether Australia is still the Lucky Country.


Multi-Storied

Wednesday 12pm-2pm

25th May 16

Hanya Yanagihara talks about challenging her readers with descriptions of child neglect and abuse in her 2015 Booker Prize shortlisted novel A Little Life.


Queer the Way

Wednesday 12am, Wednesday 1am

26th May 16

Space speaks to experimental drone duo Divide and Dissolve whilst in the midst of their huge 30+ date tour of Canada and the States.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

26th May 16

Hayley Inch reviews films; Sally Sherwen from the Melbourne Zoo does Feature Creatures; Michelle Sheppard talks LGBTI inclusion at work.

 


SmartArts

Thursday 9am-12pm

26th May 16

Melbourne Cabaret Festival artistic director Mike McLeish (you may also know him as Paul Keating from Keating! the Musical) takes Richard through the must see acts in this year’s festival, and Arts Project Australia Gallery Manager and Curator Sim Luttin and Gallery Assistant Melissa Petty talk about ‘Wildlands’, a group exhibition created specifically for presentation at Linden New Art gallery in St Kilda.  Richard also talks to Gary Abrahams about directing Resident Alien at fortyfivedownstairs, and the perfect casting of multi-Helpmann-award-winner Paul Capsis as Quentin Crisp. Plus a discussion of ‘Stage Presence - Design from the Australian Performing Arts Collection’ at Arts Centre, and the amazing insight it offers into the creative processes of set and costume designers working across circus, dance, music, opera and theatre.


Get Down

Thursday 12pm-2pm

26th May 16

Chris is joined by electro R&B songtress Thando, ahead of the launch of her new EP Digital Love Letters at the Evelyn on 10 June, plus a chat with Eli Paperboy Reed about his new album My Way Home.


Max Headroom

Thursday 7pm-8pm

26th May 16

Kim Jirik explores the work of composer, experimentalist and Radiohead lead guitarist/keyboardist Jonny Greenwood. Featuring samples from Greenwood's film scores, orchestral works and musical collaborations, plus choice cuts from Radiohead's new album.


The Australian Mood

Thursday 8pm-10pm

26th May 16

Flamboyant and mercurial singer/cabaret performer Jeff Duff talks to Neil about his many faces, long career and new autobiography This Will Explain Everything.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

27th May 16

Zora Sanders returns with Weird History; live local music with Breakfasters Live.


Tabula Rasa

Midnight Friday-2am

28th May 16

Soft Option celebrates music’s tender, gentle moments, a world of mannered, smooth vibes and adult contemporary sophistication. Soft Option finds the common ground between hazy country classics, heart-on-tear-stained-sleeve rock ballads, slick yacht rock product, honeyed Philly soul stirrers, wispy new age doodles, major-keyed fusion noodlers, dinky Balearic chuggers, and private press bedroom whingers… united under a shared vision of sweet, smooth, soft music. 

Sometimes revolutions happen in velvet.

With Joshua Meggit and Dave Lang.


Stolen Moments

Saturday 4pm-6pm

28th May 16

Popping into Stolen Moments this week to talk about this years Melbourne International Jazz Festival I have Michael Tortoni (Artistic Director) and Melanie Pose (Program Manager).

Music and chat about the artists playing, special events, club sessions, free events, workshops, etc. Tune in for all the gossip.

This years Melbourne International Jazz Festival runs from the 3rd to the 12th June at various venues around the city.


Sunday Lunch

Sunday 1pm

29th May 16

The fools behind Melbourne's political comedy room Political Asylum trade the stage for the studio and hit the airwaves to dispassionately dissect the big stories of the day. With Jokes! Join Toby Halligan, Mathew Kenneally and more, talking headlines, scandals and gaffes, in the lead up to the election. Can they get to the core of the things that matter, or are we destined for analysis paralysis?


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