Michael Williams on Breakfasters

Breakfasters: Michael Williams Discusses the Wheeler Centre Turning Ten

The Wheeler Centre is celebrating its tenth birthday in 2020. Since its inception, the centre has become a Melbourne institution and is a hub for passionate and entertaining public talks on every conceivable…

Tame Impala 2020

Out on the Patio: The Slow Rush of Nostalgia with Tame Impala

With five years between albums, Tame Impala is back with The Slow Rush. Kevin Parker joins Mon to chat all things temporal. Looking back on the last few years, he has experimented with…

Amy Mullins, Will Shank and Antonio Rava

Uncommon Sense: How Art Conservators Are Restoring Keith Haring's Monumental Murals

Will Shank and Antonio Rava are world-leading art conservators who have led art restoration projects across the globe, working on conserving murals by the likes of American street artist and social activist Keith…

Kick Like A Girl - Kate, Emily Fox, Rana Hussain and Sabrina Frederick

Kick Like a Girl: How Richmond Is Improving Accessibility and Diversity in Football

Kick Like a Girl host Kate O’Halloran and this week’s co-host Emily Fox are joined by Rana Hussain, Richmond’s Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator, and Sabrina Frederick, Richmond’s newest recruit from Brisbane. Rana and…

The Necks on Banana Lounge Broadcasting

Banana Lounge Broadcasting: A Chat With The Necks

With a whopping 21 studio albums under their belt, Sydney-based experimental jazz trio The Necks can certainly tell a tale or two. Behind two sold-out shows at the Corner Hotel, bassist Lloyd Swanston…

Truckload of Sky

Under The Sun: Rob McComb Discusses the Tribute Project for His Brother, Legendary Singer David McComb

Rob McComb, brother of The Triffids singer David McComb, sits down with Under The Sun’s Jonathan Alley to tell us about his new project Truckload Of Sky – The Lost Songs Of

Jay Som Blue

Good Fortune: Jay Som Talks About Going to Joshua Tree, Getting Sober and Her New Album

Multi-instrumentalist and bedroom pop singer Jay Som has had a huge couple of years since her 2017 album, Everybody Works, blew up and made her music known around the world. Her new…

Maya Newell on Breakfasters

Breakfasters: Maya Newell Discusses Her New Documentary ‘In My Blood It Runs’

Maya Newell’s new documentary In My Blood It Runs follows Dujuan, a 10 year old Arrernte and Garrwa boy, whose intelligence and spark is marred by increasing pressure from welfare, police and school. 

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Radiotherapy Talks Medical Ethics

Sometimes what’s right and what’s wrong is not always clear cut. Ethics can be surprisingly tricky and they play an important role in our healthcare system. The Radiotherapy crew are joined by Professor…

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Nina Buchanan on SleepTalker

Nina Buchanan on SleepTalker

This week Bec is joined by local electronic artist Nina Buchanan to discuss improvisation, deep listening and queer music spaces. Nina works across ambient and dance-orientated synth music but doesn’t compose in any…

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Andrew Weatherall

A Tribute to Andrew Weatherall on The Good, The Dub and The Global

Systa BB honours the musical genius of legendary DJ and producer Andrew Weatherall, who just passed away at 56. Known mainly for acid house, Andrew was also a dub aficionado, as evidenced in…

Adalita on Out on the Patio

Out on the Patio: Adalita Discusses Remastering Magic Dirt

Adalita from Magic Dirt is in the studio, fresh from supporting Cold Chisel. In between touring and working on her solo project, she’s been working hard to get the remastered version of the…

Live in Studio
Anna Cordell on Good Fortune

Good Fortune: Anna Cordell Plays Live and Discusses Her Long-Awaited LP

Anna Cordell joins Jazz on Good Fortune ahead of the release of her long-awaited debut album, Nobody Knows Us. The Melbourne musician and fashion designer describes the process of making the record…

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Breakfasters: Inside The World Of Musical Theatre Superfandom With Mark Dooley

Filmmaker Mark Dooley tells Sarah, Daniel and Geraldine that he’s seen Wicked “maybe six or eight times”, but he reckons he’s done now. “I’m never going double digits.”

But in his new film…

Cattle Decapitation

Requiem For A Scream: The Kinder Side Of Death Metal With Cattle Decapitation

Travis Ryan, vocalist and lyricist of Cattle Decapitation, tells Requiem for a Scream’s Mia Timpano that extreme metal is "just hewn into my DNA — my soul, I guess," but attending Catholic…

Moon Duo on Double Bounce

Pushing Into Unexpected Territory: Moon Duo Visit Double Bounce

Ripley Johnson and Sanae Yamada – AKA Portland via San Francisco psychedelic rock band Moon Duo – pay Vaughan a visit on Double Bounce ahead of their Recital Centre gig (last night) to…

Emily Ullman on The Grapevine

The Grapevine: Brunswick Music Festival Programmer Emily Ulman Discusses This Year’s Lineup

After the success of last year’s Brunswick Music Festival, Emily Ulman is back at the reins in 2020, which sees the festival programmer expanding the festival to fill spaces less commonly used in…

Andrew Brough

Under The Sun: Jonathan Alley Pays Tribute to Straitjacket Fits’ Andrew Brough

Jonathan pays tribute to Andrew Brough, guitarist and singer of New Zealand band Straitjacket Fits fame, following his recent passing on 4 February in Dunedin. Straitjacket Fits’ lead singer Shayne Carter reflected on…

Persecution Blues on Respect the Rock

Respect the Rock: Getting to Know Persecution Blues

They might only be just over-age (well, some of them), but Persecution Blues have already played their fair share of gigs. The local rock group catches up with Respect the Rock host Nicole…

Tote Building

Mystifying Melbourne: Exploring The Tote’s History

Is the Tote Ghost just a legend – or is there something to it? Mystifying Melbourne host Aisha Pachoud explores with the Tote’s staff members Richard Stanley and Coco Landini.

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