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Off The Record: The Kinks’ Mick Avory Celebrates 50 Years Of Lola Versus Powerman

On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, The Kinks’ eighth studio album Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One is getting the deluxe re-issue treatment. Mick Avory, the group’s drummer, joins Brian…

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A life in song: Uncle Archie Roach joins Bethany Atkinson Quinton on The Glasshouse to discuss his memoir

Uncle Archie Roach, Gunditjmara and Bundjalung singer-songwriter and activist, talks about his award-winning memoir, “Tell Me Why: The Story Of My Life And My Music”.

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Uncommon Sense: Peter Godfrey-Smith on How Consciousness Evolved From Sea Animals

Philosopher and scuba diver Peter Godfrey-Smith speaks in-depth about his new book, Metazoa: Animal Minds and the Birth of Consciousness. Peter explains how conscious experience evolved from animals in the sea millions…

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Double Bounce: Parquet Courts on Celebrating Their Tenth Anniversary as a Band

Austin Brown, co-vocalist and guitarist of venerated New York punk band Parquet Courts, chats with Vaughan about On Time, their live-stream and retrospective celebration of the ten years since they first played as…

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Backstory: Helen Garner on Her Second Volume of Diaries

Award-winning novelist and journalist Helen Garner has just released her second volume of diaries, One Day I'll Remember This: Diaries 1987 To 1995. She joins Mel Cranenburgh on Backstory’s last show for 2020…

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Climate Cure: Professor Tim Flannery on Einstein A Go-Go

Professor Tim Flannery joins Dr Shane on Einstein A Go-Go to discuss the climate emergency. He has a plan that includes targeting the 25 politicians holding the federal government back from climate action.

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The Radiotherapy COVID-19 Awards

Panel Beater, Dr Sharma and Dr Neo wrap up a big year with the 2020 Radiotherapy COVID-19 Awards. Join them to find out who wins the hotly-contested "Tool of the Year award".

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Sarah Smith revisits Breakfasters to share her experience of becoming a parent

Sarah Smith joins Breakfasters for the first time since leaving them to have a baby. She has a lot of feelings to share, but ultimately describes her launch into parenthood as "spectacular".

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Peter Strickland Interview - Primal Screen

Primal Screen interview Peter Strickland about his career, filmography, background and inspiration. The importance of music in his work and his creative process, growing up in Redding, and the highs and lows of…

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Eat It: In Praise of Veg With Alice Zaslavsky

Food writer Alice Zaslavsky joins Cam Smith to discuss her new book In Praise of Veg: A Modern Kitchen Companion, a fully illustrated kitchen companion that puts vegetables centre stage.

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Out On The Patio: Archie Roach On 30 Years Of ‘Charcoal Lane’

Archie Roach joins Monique Sebire on Out On The Patio to discuss the re-recording of Charcoal Lane and the thirty years of life experience that has gone into the project.

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Maps: Mary Mihelakos On Being Inducted Into Music Victoria’s Hall of Fame

In light of her recent induction into Music Victoria's Hall of Fame, Mary Mihelakos joins Elizabeth McCarthy to discuss a career which has spanned almost every aspect of the Melbourne music scene.

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Off The Record: Elvis Costello Breaks Down His New Album

In his chat with Brian Wise, Elvis discusses the loose and improvisational recording process of his new album 'Hey Clockface' as well as taking a look back on his 40+ year career.

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Kurt Vile joins Off The Record to chat about his new EP, and his relationship with friend and collaborator John Prine

Kurt Vile joins Brian Wise on Off The Record to discuss John Prine's contribution to music and his new release Speed, Sound, Lonely KV EP which features a collaboration between the two artists.

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Stephen Page On Primal Screen

The award-winning filmmaker, choreographer, and artistic director Stephen Page is featured on Primal Screen

Primal Screen turns a spotlight on Stephen Page, the award-winning filmmaker, choreographer, and Artistic Director of Bangarra Dance Theatre.

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Chuck D and Elizabeth McCarthy discuss 'What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down?' on Maps

Chuck D, leader of legendary hip hop group Public Enemy, joins Elizabeth McCarthy to chat about his latest releases and what it's like to collaborate with the best.

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Eat It: Stephanie Alexander calls in to chat about the Stephanie Alexander Foundation's new innitiative about the importance of growing your own food.

Stephanie Alexander calls into the show to chat about the challanges of celebrating during COVID, the joys of outdoor dining, and the new innitiative by her foundation encouraging children to get into the…

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Good Fortune: Harps, Loops and Memory with Mary Lattimore

Jazz chats with LA-based harpist Mary Lattimore about her new LP 'Silver Ladders'. Mary discusses working with Slowdive’s Neil Halstead, interpreting coastal environments, and exploring the dark side of the harp.

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Easy vegan cooking with Shannon Martinez on Eat It

Vegan chef and Smith and Daughters creative brain Shannon Martinez discusses her new cookbook 'Vegan With Bite, (Because Taste Matters)'. Shannon's book is written for everyone and aims to make vegan cooking simple.

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'It's a radical thing to do, to paddle off into the ocean' World Surfing Champion Barton Lynch on Radio Marinara

World Surfing Champion Barton Lynch chats to Radio Marinara to talk about the 15th year of Blast Off, his career as a competitive surfer in the 1980's, and just how much the surfing…