On the first day of Reconcilation Week, Kutcha Edwards guests on the newly returned Breakfasters Live. Listen back to his stunning performance, ahead of his 'Circling Time - Songs & Stories' shows, which kick off at the Whitehorse Centre on Saturday 28 May.
George goes into great detail about an election where “everything happened and it all happened at once,” resulting in Labor leader Anthony Albanese being sworn in as the 31st Prime Minister of the country.
Ahead of her show at the Northcote Social Club this Saturday, Alice Skye joins Fee B-Squared on Maps to talk about her biggest headline tour yet. The Wergaia/Wemba Wemba songwriter’s acclaimed debut I Feel Good But I Don’t Feel Better came out in mid-2021, and Alice tells Fee about the LPs writing process, how the title was inspired by a text message, and why returning to live music after long breaks can be "overstimulating."
Ahead of her Australian debut live performance, American ambient musician Ana Roxanne chats to Jazz Feldy about her unique approach to ambient music that she uses as a tool to explore identity, race and pop music.
In February 2020, they recorded their debut album, quit their jobs, and prepared for a year abroad. But then the pandemic dawned, and all their best laid plans fell away. Two years on, Body Type's debut LP is finally being turned loose. Called Everything Is Dangerous But Nothing's Surprising, it finds the quartet tackling grand themes, pushing back against the horrors of the macho music business.
Fresh off the release of their label compilation Fluxx Vol.II, local DJs Yolks and RBI drop by Charlie Miller’s new Sunday evening show Frantic Items to chat about the comp and play some…
The Return is an extraordinary new production inspired by Yorta Yorta man Jason Tamiru’s work repatriating the bodies of his ancestors to Country. The story’s cultural custodian, co-director and performer, joins Richard to talk about the play and the healing he hopes it can bring.
The Moroccan Soup Bar has been a Melbourne institution for almost a quarter of a century, and now its owner and founder Hana Assafiri has big plans for it’s future.
Joining Cam and…
Journalist and author Antoinette Lattouf joins Breakfasters to talk about her new book How to Lose Friends and Influence White People, which explores how to make a difference when championing change and…
2022 Golden Gibbo-winning comedian Alex Hines joins Richard on SmartArts to talk about her fantastical camp comedy To Schapelle And Back, a hilarious psycho-cosmic fantasia of Australiana nostalgia about Schapelle Corby.
Melbourne favourites Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are once again ready to take the stage, this time treating us to their Endless Rooms Tour - presented by Triple R. But first, the five-piece are off to Amsterdam as they start their European tour. Joe White and Fran Keaney from the band join Kate on The Distant Sky.
Triple R's Album of the Week is Shape Up, the latest album from anonymous Brooklyn based artist Leikeli47. It's the third and final instalment of what 47 has billed as her 'Beauty Series' trilogy, following 2017's Wash & Set and 2018's Acrylic.
Emily Box from Ocean Mind talks about celebrating 5 years of their surf therapy program
Alec Morgan, co-writer and co-director of ABLAZE, a documentary about William “Bill” Onus, the first Aboriginal filmmaker
Nerita Waight from Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service talks about the recent IBAC audit of Victoria Police