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Lee "Scratch" Perry

The Good, The Dub & The Global: Systa BB pays tribute to Lee “Scratch” Perry

Systa BB pays tribute to and honours the legacy of Jamaican record producer, composer and singer Lee “Scratch” Perry. In this special two hour broadcast, she invites reggae and dub broadcasters to share…

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Christina Pap

Neon Sunset: Christina Pap on her new album

Teenage Hate's Christina Pap discusses 3RRR Album Of The Week, A Long Time Alone 4, out via Blow Blood Records.

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Amy Remeikis

Breakfasters: Amy Remeikis and her 'On Reckoning' essay

Gaurdian Australia's political reporter Amy Remeikis chats to the Breakfasters about her essay 'On Reckoning', a searing account of Amy's personal and professional rage, both in and outside of parliament.

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Sarah Smith

Breakfasters: Host Sarah Smith's Final Show

The Breakfasters' celebrate Smithie's final show as anchor with a live send-off from the Corner Hotel Rooftop! Featuring guests Kate Langbroek, Peggy O'Neal, Jen Cloher, Geraldine Hickey, Jeff Sparrow, Elizabeth McCarthy, Fi Wright…

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Glenn Shorrock

Breakfasters: Glenn Shorrock on 'A Stitch In Time'

A living legend, with a career spanning 60 years, Glenn Shorrock is revered as one of the elder statesmen of Australian contemporary music and show business and has the unusual distinction of having…

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Marc Fennell

Breakfasters: Marc Fennell On 'FRAMED'

FRAMED is a new four-part SBS documentary that unpacks the mysterious theft of Australia’s then most expensive painting, Picasso’s The Weeping Woman. It's a very Melbourne story, at one point involving Triple…

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Casey Bennetto

Breakfasters: Casey Bennetto on 'A Swingin Bella Christmas' and sings Sarah Smith a song

The Superfluity co-host joins the Breakfasters to pay special musical tribute to Sarah Smith with an ode that’s equal parts silly and heart-melting. He also reminisces about 'A Swingin Bella Christmas'. Thanks, Casey!

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Tumbleweed

Respect the Rock: Tumbleweed and their 30th anniversary

Tumbleweed chat to TadPole about their 30th anniversary box set release.

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Neil Morris

Still Here: The Final Episode

A massive thank you to Neil Morris, who has decided to wind up Still Here. Neil worked tirelessly to bring us the best in new and emerging First Nations artists and their…

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Joan As Police Woman

Under The Sun: Joan As Police Woman about her collab with Tony Allen And Dave Okumu

'The Solution Is Restless' is the newly released collaborative record from Joan As Police Woman, Dave Okumu and the late drummer and Afrobeat pioneer Tony Allen. After first collaborating on a live performance…

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Peggy O’Neil

Breakfasters: Peggy O’Neil - 2021’s Melburnian of the Year

Peggy became the AFL's first female club president in 2013 and will now as CEO lead the Victoria 2026 Commonwealth Games. She joins the crew to talk about all things Richmond AFL and…

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Yothi Yindi

The Australian Mood: Yothu Yindi Biographer Matt Garrick

Northern Territory writer and journalist Matt Garrick chats to Neil Rogers about his new book on the legendary band Yothu Yindi, titled 'Writing In The Sand' (ABC Books). As their authorised biographer, Matt…

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Jeff Sparrow

Breakfasters: Jeff Sparrow On His New Book ‘Crimes Against Nature’

Writer, journalist, lecturer, and former Breakfaster Jeff Sparrow discusses the release of his new book 'Crimes Against Nature: Capitalism And Global Heating', which puts critical pressure on the idea that individual humans are…

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Maxine Beneba Clarke

The Glasshouse: Maxine Beneba Clarke on her new poetry collection 'How Decent Folk Behave'

With presenter Beth AQ, award-winning author Maxine Beneba Clarke joins Beth in a far-ranging interview, reading poems from her new poetry collection, 'How Decent Folk Behave’, out through Hachette, and exploring the process…

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Stephanie Alexander

Eat It: Stephanie Alexander celebrating 20 years of her Kitchen Garden Foundation

Presenters Cameron Smith and Matt Steadman spoke to culinary legend Stephanie Alexander about the 20th anniversary of the Kitchen Garden Foundation, and her impact on children and school communities over decades.

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Snail Mail

International Pop Underground: Snail Mail on their new album 'Valentine'

Presenter Anthony Carew chats to 22-year-old American songwriter Lindsey Jordan about their album 'Valentine', the second LP for Snail Mail. The album discloses that the artist spent 45 days in a 'recovery facility…

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Sean Burgoyne

The Mission: Shaun Burgoyne on his memoir 'Silk: Football, Family, Respect'

Shaun Burgoyne talks about his iconic AFL career spanning over 400 games, as well as his new book ‘Silk: Football, Family, Respect’. Shaun is also number one in games played by an Indigenous…

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Greg Mullins

Uncommon Sense: Australian Firefighter, Greg Mullins

Former NSW Fire Chief and volunteer Australian Firefighter, Greg Mullins on his book Firestorm: Battling Super-Charged Natural Disasters - the stories of being on the frontlines of australia’s first ‘giga-fire’ and the hard…

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Lies, Damned Lies

The Mission: Claire G. Coleman on her new book 'Lies, Damned Lies'

Daniel James talks to Claire G. Coleman about her latest book 'Lies, Damned Lies: A personal exploration of the impact of colonisation' out via Ultimo Press.

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David Heard PBS

Twang: David Heard Tribute Show

Host Denise Hylands pays tribute to the much loved PBS broadcaster David Heard. She plays all of his favourite country tracks and tells stories of their time together. After over 40 years at…