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The Sparks Brothers

Neon Sunset: Sparks band on their new documentary 'The Sparks Brothers'

Host Annaliese Redlich chats to one half of the legendary American art rock band Sparks about their new documentary 'The Sparks Brothers' detailing their legacy and influence.

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Alex French Food Guy

Eat It: Alex, The French Food Guy

Alex "the French Food Guy" talks to presenters Cam Smith and Matt Steadman about the success of his online channel, the approach he takes to cooking, and why he's so passionate about food.

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Julia Jacklin & RVG

Breaking And Entering: Julia Jacklin and RVG on their cover of Bjork's "Army of Me"

Host Simon Winkler talks to Julia Jacklin and Romy Vager from Melbourne's RVG, about their new collaborative cover of Bjork's legendary track "Army of Me".

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Drug Store Romeos

Far and Wide: Drug Store Romeos on their debut album 'The World within our Bedrooms'

Fleet band Drug Store Romeos discuss their debut album, 'The World within our Bedrooms,' with Steve Wide. With the album exuding a hypnotic and delicate blend of dream pop and synth-led explorations.

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Sarah Krasnostein

Backstory: Sarah Krasnostein on new book 'The Believer'

Award-winning author of 'The Trauma Cleaner' Sarah Krasnostein discusses her new book, 'The Believer: Encounters with Love, Death & Faith'. This book is told in reference to six extraordinarily ordinary people, as an…

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Jon Altman

The Mission: Professor Jon Altman on the NT Intervention

ANU Emeritus Professor Jon Altman discusses his recent article on the harmful policy legacies of the Northern Territory Intervention, which was instilled fourteen years ago. With presenter Daniel James.

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Comedian Michael Chamberlin

Breakfasters: Michael Chamberlin on going "Full Psycho"

Comedian Michael Chamberlin tells his hilarious story about getting revenge on his real estate agent in 2009!

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Lano & Woodley on Radio Marinara 1200

Radio Marinara: Lano and Woodley on their Comedy Festival show ‘Moby Dick’

Long-time comedy collaborators Colin (Lano) Lane and Frank Woodley chat with Radio Marinara’s Bron about their 2022 Melbourne International Comedy Festival show, ‘Moby Dick’. The legendary comedy duo describe how they’ve transformed Herman…

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Rick Morton

Backstory: Rick Morton on his new book 'My Year of Living Vulnerably: A Rediscovery of Love'

Journalist Rick Morton combines memoir with journalism in ‘My Year of Living Vulnerably: A Rediscovery of Love’. Whilst reflecting on childhood trauma and its resounding impact into adulthood, the book also explores loneliness…

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Justin Mohamed

The Mission: Justin Mohamed on 'Our Youth Our Way' report

Victorian Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People and Gooreng Gooreng man, Justin Mohamed, joins presenter Daniel James to discuss the ‘Our Youth, Our Way’ report, the result of a three year inquiry…

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Judith Lucy Denise Scott Still Here

Breakfasters: Judith Lucy and Denise Scott on their Comedy Fest show ‘Still Here’

Comedians Judith Lucy and Denise Scott join The Breakfasters to chat about their Comedy Fest show, ‘Still Here’, with their views on COVID in Adelaide, lockdown in Melbourne, advantages of early shows and…

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Gez Farewell

Breakfasters: Geraldine Hickey's Farewell Show

After five and a half fabulous years, Geraldine Hickey has decided to hit snooze permanently on her early morning alarm and finish up on Breakfasters. Listen back to hear Gez on the Breakfast…

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International Pop Underground: Erika de Casier on her new album, 'Sensational'

Danish producer and songwriter Erika de Casier joins Anthony to discuss her second studio album 'Sensational'. The record builds on the foundations of her debut album 'Essentials', offering a simultaneously nostalgic and forward-leaning…

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Black Alliance for Just Immigration

The Score: Black Alliance for Just Immigration in the USA

Nana Gyamfi is the Executive Director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), the largest Black-led social justice organization representing the nearly 10 million Black immigrants, refugees, and families living in the U.S…

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Celia Pacquola 3

Breakfasters: Celia Pacquola

Season 5 of Rosehaven will be the last ever. Celia Pacquola tells Breakfasters what to expect.

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Baker Boy

Out On The Patio: Baker Boy

On his debut album ‘Gela’, Baker Yolngu hip-hop phenomenon Baker Boy continues to tread his path of positivity. He joins Monique Sebire to talk about what inpires him and the strong women in…

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Breakfasters: Catherine Deveny on her memoir ‘True North’

Author Catherine Deveny joins the Breakfasters to chat about her book ‘True North: A Memoir’ - a story of creating space for a new life, after ending a long-term relationship - and about…

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Corrie Chen

Primal Screen: Director Corrie Chen on 'New Gold Mountain' streaming on SBS

In this fascinating inetrview Flick Ford has the chance to speak to Director Corrie Chen about her career from nervous VCA student in her 20s right through to telling seventy people on a…

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Neon Sunset: Warren Ellis Joins Neon Sunset

Local muso Warren Ellis chats with Annaliese about touring after COVID, returning to Australia, his latest album ‘Carnage’ released with his long-time collaborator Nick Cave, upcoming performances at Hanging Rock and setting up…

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Wanita and Matthew Walker

Twang: I'm Wanita with Director Matthew Walker

I'm Wanita is the story of a renegade country music singer Wanita Bahtiyar. from Tamworth, Australia, hell-bent on realising her childhood dreams of stardom. Self-crowned as 'Australia's Queen of Honky Tonk", Wanita is…