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Live-to-air replays, interviews, specials and program features.
Thursday 7pm - 8pm.
Alex Watts speaks to musician Nic Dalton from mid-‘80s cult indie band, The Plunderers.
Mia Timpano shines a spotlight on contemporary experimental metal from Melbourne and across Australia.
Josh Meggitt talks to Alice Cohen about her new band The Channel 14 Weather Team
Con Kalamaras explores the music of Athenian band Imam Baildi.
Michael Skinner, Leonie Brialey and Gerard Smith pay tribute to musician and poet David Berman.
Jonathan Alley delves into New Zealand songwriter and performer, Shayne Carter's dark and uproarious autobiography ‘Dead People I Have Known'.
Nik Tripp presents The Sounds Of Singapore.
Damien Lawlor and some mates from RRR go to the Triple R-cade! It's on like Donkey Kong for Radiothon '19
Zulya Kamalova presents 'What a voice!' An exploration of the human voice.
Tristen Harris (Golden Age of Piracy) talks to Spoon singer, songwriter, and founding member, Britt Daniel.
Judith Peppard invites authors, Tanya Dalziel and Paul Genoni, to discuss the life and times of Australian writers Charmian Clift and George Johnston.
Con Kalamaras delves into the music of mysterious Singer/Songwriter Kostas Bezo
Andrew Delaney speaks to Frank Black on the 25th anniversary of his 2nd solo album, Teenager of the Year.
Dan Dare explores the evolution of digital music distribution and the rise of streaming services.
Aisha Pachoud celebrates the Argentine tango composer Astor Piazzolla on the 27th asnniversary of his death.
Catch Eliza Herbert in conversation with author Sophie Cunningham discussing her book of personal essays, City of Trees: Essays on Life, Death and the Need for a Forest.
Jenny Davis explores the history of Melbourne's observatories, the Great Melbourne Telescope, and the women behind the Astrographic Catalogue.
Rachel Connor speaks with Tim Cole and Baobao Chen, the creative forces behind Small Island Big Song - an ambitious sonic and visual project uniting first nation artists across the islands of the…
Joshua Meggitt speaks with Spencer Clark, one of the most exciting and difficult to categorise musicians working today.
The Golden Age of Piracy's Tristen Harris talks to Steve Diggle - guitarist of the seminal UK punk band The Buzzcocks.
Maddie Stuchbery takes you on a journey down The Yarra River.
Charlie Miller compiles an introductory dive into the many intriguing sounds of the contemporary South Korean music scene.
Kate Reid takes us on a psychedelic trip through the strange and wonderful world of acid folk with Adam Cole of local band Trappist Afterland.
David Adams talks to Hugh Cornwell, legendary songwriter and guitarist of the Stranglers, on the eve of his solo Australian tour.
An episode of Max Headroom on 25 April 2019
Justin Cantrell explores the ideas surrounding Kankyo Ongaku: Japanese Ambient, Environmental and New Age Music from 1980 to 1990.
Flick Ford lends an ear to strange pairings of sound and image in contemporary cinema.
It's a Kick Like A Girl end-of-season takeover! Join Kirby Fenwick, writer and the creator of the AFLW audio documentary The First Friday in February, Chyloe Kurdas AFLW expert and commentator, and…
Sam Cummins celebrates the 5th birthday of Brisbane independent label Tenth Court Records
Craig Kamber celebrates the life of Anthony O'Grady, co-founder and editor of RAM, Rock Australia Magazine.
Tom Martin presents an introduction to and celebration of the legendary Houston icon - DJ Screw.
The Sounds of Singapore - Nik Tripp showcases new releases from Singaporean artists in 2019
Steve Grimwade and Alicia Sometimes take you on a tree-top tour of the woods of WOMAD.
Max Crawdaddy and Neil Rogers pay tribute to late local music legend Chris Wilson.
Triple R cinephile Lisa Kovacevic chats film, acting, playing bad guys and selling milk with iconic character actor David Field.
Exploring the links between a Brunswick Street 1800s brick building, World War I and relapsing fever!
From veterinary education and practice in 1800's Melbourne, to disease eradication in the 20th and 21st centuries…
Professor Joy Damousi on research and the national interest and Dr Timothy Jones on gay conversion therapy in Australia Hosted by Judith Peppard.
Fight for the Bight: Opposition to drilling in the Great Australian Bight. Presented by Judith Peppard.
Hip Hop as a platform for telling stories of resistance. Presented by Judith Peppard
Prison Radio: UK and Australia - Presented by Judith Peppard