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Schwab The Decks in Max Headroom Hosted by Dan Keely
Community Cup Special in Max Headroom Hosted by Emma Buckley-Lenox & Emerald Cowell
Lulu Speacial in Max Headroom Hosted by Eli Shoulal and Jazz Feidy
Lawrence English and Room 40 the record label in Max Headroom hosted by Ben Eltham
Charlatans Special Hosted by David Adams on Max Headroom
David Adams talks to director of Here to Be Heard: The Story of the Slits
Toby Halligan hosts a Max Headroom special, focussing on foster care.
Moontown Records Special in Max Headroom Hosted by Sam Cummins
Nico Special in Max Headroom Hosted by Kate Reid & Lisa McKinney
Acclaimed Australian writer Fiona Wright discussed her book of essays, The World Was Whole, which explores chronic illness and our relationship to the spaces we inhabit – not only to the physical…
The pre-selection process in the Liberal Party has very few woman candidates, with only 18 per cent elected for the last pre-selection, leading to what has been called ‘the women problem’ in the…
La Trobe University lecturer Dr Raul Sanchez-Urribarri joins Dylan and Kulja on The Grapevine .
Marry Lattimore speaks to Anthony Carew on the International Pop Underground.
Sarah talks to Janelle and Grace.
Monique Sebire talks to Melbourne duo Luluc, who now call New York City home.
Lorely Rodriguez, aka Empress Of, is a Latin American musician from Los Angeles. Lorely joins Breaking And Entering to chat to fill-in host Charlie Miller about the strong voices that shaped her life…
Philippe Cousteau Jnr, grandson of Jacques Cousteau, chats with Bron about EarthEcho International, a global education program established 18 years ago by the Cousteau family that harnesses the combined skillsets of teachers and…
Thirteen years after The Book Thief, Sydney-based author Markus Zusak has followed it up with his new novel, Bridge of Clay, a story about a family holding themselves together after the death…
Vaughan talks to Tzusing
Chris talks to Bernard Purdie