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A show about sleep, dreams, nightmares and what happens in your head after dark.
Presented by Bec Fary.
Part two of an interview with Aarti Jadu about Tincture's sleep event Polyphasic, and hear from sleep scientist Argo Theoharis.
Hear part one of a special two-part broadcast about Tincture's sleep event Polyphasic. Bec talks to performer and curator Aarti Jadu, and Mahesh Jadu explores the Hindu festival Mahashivratri.
An episode of SleepTalker on 11 June 2020
An episode of SleepTalker on 4 June 2020 hosted by Lu Lin
Listening to sonic interpretations of dreams, including sounds from The Dream Had Me collection from Earlid (curated by Joan Schuman).
An episode of SleepTalker on 21 May 2020
An episode of SleepTalker on 14 May 2020
Listening to dawn chorus sounds from around the world.
An episode of SleepTalker on 30 April 2020
Exploring the night sky with award-winning astronomer and Australia's first Women in STEM Ambassador Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith.
Exploring the Milky Way, High Velocity Clouds, moon halos and navigating the intersections between Indigenous and Western-colonial knowledge systems with Gamilaraay astrophysicist Karlie Alinta Noon.
Finnish musician and sound artist Olli Aarni talks about the Longform Editions piece Haalea, and his ongoing preoccupations with sleep.
Joseph La Delfa, a designer and PhD candidate at RMIT University, talks about how Tai Chi has informed his exploratory drone prototype 'Drone Chi'.
Nico Callaghan talks about creating "home music" for 'Black Against An Orange Line' (out on Daisart under Nico's new moniker Haji K).
Presented by Lu Lin filling in for Bec Fary
Exploring a collective dream world at the exhibition An Oneiric Reality with local artist Bianca Billy Raffin.
An hour of experimental music and sound art by (mostly) local queer women and gender non-conforming artists.
Listening to '65,000+ Years of Indigenous Astronomy', an MPavilion talk by Kamilaroi astrophysics student Krystal De Napoli.
Dr. Pia Lentini talks about microbats, urban human-wildlife coexistence and conserving our nocturnal native species.
Sam Surka and Jamie Shelly talk about their new picture book, Alora's Dreams, and how parents can talk to their kids about nightmares, fears and the subconscious.
Local artist Nina Buchanan performs her new work, Higher, and talks to Bec about deep listening, ambient music and queer music spaces.
An episode of SleepTalker on 6 February 2020
An episode of SleepTalker on 30 January 2020
An episode of SleepTalker on 12 December 2019
Joseph Michael reflects on a 2015 trip to Antarctica, and shares audio from the installation 'Antarctica - while you were sleeping'.
An episode of SleepTalker on 28 November 2019
Lujayn Hourani reads from their Voiceworks story, Carmen, Ḥassad and Every Dream I've Ever Had, and talks about their relationships to dream interpretation.
Canadian artist Alanna Ho shares some entries from her audio dream journal.
Local artist Ai Yamamoto chats to Bec about memory, nostalgia and Going Home 帰郷.
Listening to quietness and the spaces between sounds with Peter Lenaerts.
An episode of SleepTalker on 24 October 2019
For SleepTalker's first birthday on Triple R, Bec takes a listen to a highlight reel of favourite moments, interviews, music and sounds from the past year.
An episode of SleepTalker on 10 October 2019
Stéphane Marin talks to Bec about field recording, sound art and the phonographic series "Each Morning of the World".
Wax Lyrical's Algal Blooms joins Bec to explore environmental resonances, field recordings, interviews and meditations on place.
An episode of SleepTalker on 19 September 2019
An episode of SleepTalker on 12 September 2019
London-based viola player Alison Cotton speaks with Bec about her recent contribution to Longform Editions, 'Behind the Spider Web Gate'.
Local photographer Michael Woods talks to Bec about the new exhibition 'Dream', showing from 30 August to 4 September at The Meat Market.
Algal Blooms from FBi Radio's podcast Wax Lyrical, Magic Steven and Triple R's own Ange Butera and Eliza Herbet join Bec for their very first Radiothon edition of SleepTalker.