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The crew chat with Sian Mitchell, director of2020 Melbourne Women in Film Fest.
Brendan Wintle on Australia's threatened species; international art conservators Antonio Rava & Will Shank on restoring Keith Haring's mural
The Necks drop by , and Greg J. Walker discusses composing the soundtrack to 'Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears'.
Madeline Hayman-Reber fills in for Daniel James.
Indonesian metal choir Ensemble Tikoro and choreographer Lucy Guerin discuss their upcoming Asia TOPA performance.
Miss Blanks pops past the studio to tell us about the A Carry 4 Coins fundraiser.
Mel talks to author Laura McPhee-Browne. Simon Conlon and students Cleo and Tana also drop by to tell us about 100 Story Building.
Beth catches up with Kim Scott and Elizabeth Flux.
Mon airs her convo with Tame Impala, who give us the goss on the new album.
Systa BB explores the career of Salif Keita, ahead of his final global tour and appearance at WOMADELAIDE 2020.
Kate Ceberano is in the house to chat about her new album with Steve Kilbey.