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Nicole Tadpole chats with Peep Tempel's Blake Scott who has released his first solo LP 'Niscitam'. The album documents a point in Blake's life when he was preparing for fatherhood.
Award-winning filmmaker Amiel-Courtin joins Primal Screen to discuss his upcoming projects, his relationships with his subjects and his visual art ventures.
Beloved UK surrealist and “one of the comedians in the world” Paul Foot visits Breakfasters ahead of his online comedy special to discuss life under COVID-19, and his soap opera, The Donkeys.
Chris Frantz reminisces on the formation and early years of Talking Heads, his relationships with his wife Tina and collaborator David Byrne, and his new memior 'Remain In Love' in part 1 of…
American singer-songwriter Bill Callahan contemplates family, cars, nostalgia and his new album 'Gold Record' with Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler on Breaking and Entering.
Author Kate Mildenhall joins Melissa on Backstory to discuss her new book 'The Mother Fault', a dystopian thriller that explores themes of government surveillance and control.
World-renowned film editor Jill Bilcock shares some of her experiences and editing processes with Primal Screen.
Breakfasters chat with Nazeem Hussain, host of The Standup Sessions, online standup from local comics available to stream in lockdown.
It's midnight in Paris and legendary musician Warren Ellis calls in to Breakfasters to chat about what community radio means to him. He says "We need communities and we need to belong."
Judith Lucy treats the Breakfasters to a hilariously foul-mouthed rant on why she loves RRR, and why listeners should support the station by subscribing during Radiothon.
Dr Shane is joined by Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell to talk about her lifetime in astrophysics, including her discovery of the pulsar, and the work she's doing to make the field more inclusive.
Henry Rollins calls in from sunny California to chat about community radio, the impact of Covid-19 on daily life, and the importance of not taking the little things for granted during isolation. Henry…
Kev Carmody chats to Monique Sebire about his music, his legacy, and the importance of community radio. Kev reflects on being a political Indigenous musician in the era of Joh Bjelke-Peterson and the…
Strap in for a wild ride as Colonel Terry Virts joins Dr Shane to discuss his exciting career and his new book "How to Astronaut: An Insider's Guide to Leaving Planet Earth".
Professor Felice Jacka is a world expert in nutritional psychiatry and gut health, and has written a book aimed at teaching kids about the connection between what you eat and how you feel.
Bethany chats with award-winning author Mirandi Riwoe about Stone Sky Gold Mountain - a work of historical fiction that explores the 1870's North Queensland gold rush from the Chinese perspective.
A new documentary by director Alison Ellwood explores The Go-Go's sharp rise to fame and their legacy in both music and feminism.
Gillian Welch and David Rawlings join Brian Wise on Off The Record to discuss new releases and old songs.
Annaliese catches up with Ben Blackwell of Third Man Records to discuss the release of recently uncovered audio from the famous gig at Goose Lake that led to the end of the Stooges.
Gold Logie-winning actor, script-writer and all-round Australian icon John Wood speaks to the Breakfasters about his memoir 'How I Clawed My Way To The Middle'.