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David Bridie's 31st Annual Christmas Show
  • Happy CyclingBoards of Canada
  • Beasley StreetJohn Cooper Clarke
  • Bombs Dropped on XmasThe Reels
  • Red FlagRobert Wyatt
  • VunapopeLotu Recording
  • ShipbuildingRobert Wyatt
  • RiverJoni Mitchell
  • Christmas Card from a Hooker in MinneapolisTom Waits
  • I Want To Be ReadySDA
  • A Movie MagazinePaul Buchanan
  • Kas Tha FeelstyleKaufeai Le Nua
  • Where's the MoneyHolger Cgukay Jah Wobble
  • We're In Your CornerCornershop
  • North American Scum (Dunproofins Not From England Either remix)LCD Soundsystem
  • I Be BlowinDe La Soul
  • Tebsakh Dalet (A Green Acacia)Bombino
  • Makes No Sense At AllHusker Du
  • Inglanis a Bitch for TimeLinton Kwesi Johnson
  • Thiso PhylonasaBoganville Bamboo
  • Old school refugee KokonibakaKamalita Tibola
  • Ea EaleBlack Bamboo Band
  • Nagwn TamatFather Levi Sandy
  • Pidia Osi Tampa'oPida Bamboo Band
  • Water MusicTakao
  • Greenland SongOntar Sunshine Band
  • PaskaMoab String Band
  • Tjintu KutuFrank Yamma
  • Cindy of a Thousand LivesBilly Bragg
  • Life In A Scotch Sitting Room: Episode 3Ivor Cutler
  • Mr CalicoScribble
  • Flight From the CityJóhann Jóhannsson
  • The Gathering DoubtIvor Cutler
  • Quantum TheoryJarvis Cocker
  • A Song for EuropaJohann Johannsson
  • The BelldogEno Moebius Roedelius
  • Abandon WindowJon Hopkins
  • Dayton Ohio 1903Randy Newman
  • Supermarket BluesEden Mulholland
  • Mid AirPaul Buchanan
  • Baby Got SauceG Love and the Special Sauce
  • P FunkParliament
  • The Great CurveThe Talking Heads
  • I Wanna Be SedatedThe Ramones
  • Blackfella/WhitefellaWarumpi Band
  • Ghost ShipsThe Saints
  • Trans Europa ExpressKraftwerk
  • After the FloodTalk Talk
  • Running the WorldJarvis Cocker
  • Jock O'HazeldeanDick Gaughan
  • The RiverRobert Wyatt
  • Thoughtless KindJohn Cale
  • Maubere TumorMaubere Timo

About this program

The Glasshouse is a space for spoken word artists, poets, sound makers, audio storytellers, emerging cultural leaders, thinkers, writers and anyone who celebrates story as a means of self-expression, self-representation and community-building.

Witness the growth and renewal of our stories and histories, and reflect on how our stories are told and who they’re told by.