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This weeks highlights

 


Breakfasters

Monday to Friday 6am-9am

6th May 16

Michael Graversen talks about Dreaming of Denmark; Oliver Clark gives relationship advice; we end the week with Breakfasters Live.

 


On The Blower

Friday 9am-12pm

6th May 16

3CR is one of the pillars of Melbourne community radio: an institution founded on the principal of giving a platform to views and voices marginalised by the mainstream. The station (also!) turns 40 this year, and to honor the milestone it's published Radical Radio: Celebrating 40 Years of 3CR. Biggsy chats to 3CR's Pilar Aguilera and Rachel Kirby about the stories at the heart of this home to activism and alternate voices, and what it's been like to participate in producing a collaborative oral history.


Far And Wide

6th May 16

Steve talks to Of Monsters & Men about their album Beneath the Skin and their upcoming Australian tour


Neon Sunset

Friday 7pm-10pm

6th May 16

Annaliese talks to Bad Vision about touring Europe, and their new album Turn Out Your Sockets


Tabula Rasa

Midnight Friday-2am

7th 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.


Vital Bits

Saturday & Sunday 6am-9am

7th May 16

Join Tim for an early morning earful of Mikelangelo's mellifluous voice. He'll be in to talk to Tim about his fourth album with the Black Sea Gentlemen, called After the Flood.


Off The Record

Saturday 9am-12pm

7th May 16

Brian Nankervis helms the console for Brian Wise this week, and is 'shakin' all over' to chat with 60s pop icon Normie Rowe about a long and illustrious career, as well as a 2016 tour that takes in the Frankston Arts Centre and the Corner Hotel. Barb Waters joins Brian to chat about Mother's Feelin Alright Tonight, a one-off Mother's Day gig at the Granview Hotel featuring Barb, Susannah Espie, Kerri Simpson and Alison Ferrier - all artists who have written, played and sung about motherhood and womanhood.


Film Buff's Forecast

Saturday 12pm-2pm

7th May 16

Sarah Bernhardt was the most famous stage actress of the 19th century, and an early silent film star. Paul talks to film theorist Dr Victoria Duckett about the influence that Bernhardt theatrical background had on the then-nascent medium.


Sunday Lunch

Sunday 1pm

8th 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?


JVG Radio Method

Sunday 2pm-4pm

8th May 16

Hug ya Mum! It's the JVG Mother's Day Special!


New Pollution

Monday 12am-2am

9th May 16

The Dead Heir will drop by after their Tote residency show, playing Sundays in May in the front bar.


New & Groovy

Wednesday 2pm-4pm

11th May 16

The great Renee Geyer joins Johnny Topper to talk life, love and playing the Palais with Eric Burdon in May.


The Golden Age Of Piracy

Wednesday 10pm - Thursday 12am

11th May 16

Fran Healy from Glaswegian band Travis shares his Formative Five.


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