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This weeks highlights

 


Uncommon Sense

Tuesday 9am, Tuesday 10am, Tuesday 11am

25th Apr 17

Historians Vicken Babkenian and Joy Damousi join Amy to discuss their chapters in The Honest History Book – the intersection of the Gallipoli landing and the beginning of the Armenian genocide, as well as women in leadership during the Great War; Bell Shakespeare actors Meredith Penman and James Evans come in to talk about their critically acclaimed show at the Arts Centre Richard 3; Tim Wright, Asia-Pacific Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons was in New York recently at the UN Conference to Negotiate a Legally Binding Instrument to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons and will share just what happened. Plus Ben Eltham, National Affairs Correspondent for New Matilda on the latest in federal politics.


Leisure Link

Tuesday 10pm- Wednesday 12am

25th Apr 17

Didvid S will be hosting the second night of April After Dark, with performances from Tambo’s House, Mira Boru and Prequel from the RRR Live Performance Space.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

26th Apr 17

 

Dr. Jen - Science - echolocation in animals and some humans

 


Parallel Lines

Wednesday 9am, Wednesday 10am, Wednesday 11am

26th Apr 17

History Academic Claudia Haake joins Parallel Lines to discuss her Melbourne Free University lecture on US gun control and sports, artist Christian Thompson talks about his exhibition Ritual Intimacy, and Brisbane band Thigh Master chat about their new 7” and upcoming Melbourne shows.  


Test Pattern

Wednesday 4pm-7pm

26th Apr 17

Perth psych-pop duo Erasers will be calling in and talking about their upcoming Australian tour along the likes of Methyl Ethel and Swampland Magazine editor Kim Thompson talks about the launch of the new issue. 


The Golden Age Of Piracy

Wednesday 10pm - Thursday 12am

26th Apr 17

Host Tristen Harris will be joined by RVG, The Smith Street Band, and Lost Talk, who will be giving live sets from the RRR Performance Space for the April After Dark series.


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

27th Apr 17

Simone Ubaldi reviews free Fire; Dr Leanne takes your pet calls.

 

 


SmartArts

Thursday 9am-12pm

27th Apr 17

Actor Faran Martin joins SmartArts to talk about upcoming play Toyer at The Courthouse Hotel; Dancer Philip Adams drops in to discuss the new headquarters of the Phillip Adams Balletlab. Also joining SmartArts this week is Caberet star Paul Capsis; Photographer Nik Pantazopoulos whose work is currently being exhibited at the Centre for Contemporary Photography; Red Stitch artistic director Ella Caldwell to chat about upcoming production The Realistic Joneses. Three Little Words director and writer J Murray-Smith and actor Catherine McClements also stop by to discuss the play now showing at the Melbourne Theatre Company. 


Get Down

Thursday 12pm-2pm

27th Apr 17

Amaru Tribe are coming into the studio and providing some insight into their debut album and its upcoming launch at the Gasometer. Composer and Violinist Tamil Rogeon talks about launching his orchestral album 24 Hours in Lapa, and Lyre Byrdland drop by the studio ahead of their East Coast tour.  


Respect The Rock

Thursday 2pm-4pm

27th Apr 17

Cash Savage joins Respect the Rock ahead of her gig at the Corner Hotel and desert rocker Brant Bjork joins the show before his East Coast tour.  


Max Headroom

Thursday 7pm-8pm

27th Apr 17

Elizabeth McCarthy re-visits a Melbourne Writers Festival in-conversation event with Australian author Liane Moriarty. Moriarty's novels about modern families and urban communities have topped best-seller lists around the world. With Big Little Lies recently adapted by HBO, Liane chats with Elizabeth about why she finds family dynamics rich for dramatic exploration.


The Australian Mood

Thursday 8pm-10pm

27th Apr 17

Liz Stringer will be in the studio this week ahead of her upcoming tour and show at the Northcote Social Club on April 29th. 


Son of Crawdaddy

Thursday 10pm- Friday 12am

27th Apr 17

Dan Dinnen, Miss Whiskey and the Teskey Brothers will be providing some late night blues with Max Crawdaddy from the RRR Performance Space as part of the April After Dark series. 


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

28th Apr 17

Laura Dunemann is our Friday Funnybugger; we talk about mind reading machines for Melbourne Knowledge Week; Spiderbait on Breakfasters Live.

 

 

 


Tabula Rasa

Midnight Friday-2am

29th Apr 17

In April Charlie Miller will Fold the Cloth. Folded 100 times the cloth stands tall enough to reach space. Lay it flat and it covers the Earth’s surface. Listening to sounds from now and then; analogue to digital; Melbourne to Saturn. Making sense of a weird world supercharged with information in the wake of the internet.


New Pollution

Monday 12am-2am

1st May 17

Levi and Louis from Melbourne band PLASTIC join Kate for a chat ahead of their single launch on May 4.


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