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Breaking And Entering: Beverly Glenn-Copeland On Music And Re-discovery

Underground icon Beverly Glenn-Copeland has had an extraordinary career spanning over 40 years. He joins Simon and Lauren to reflect on his new retrospective compilation, Transmissions: The Music Of Beverly Glenn-Copeland


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The Grapevine: What Australia Can Learn From New Zealand

Laura Tingle, Chief Political Correspondent for ABC’s 7.30, joins the program to discuss her recent Quarterly Essay, “The High Road: What Australia Can Learn From New Zealand”. 

Laura discusses some of the key…

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Breakfasters: The Children’s International Film Festival Is Back

The Children’s International Film Festival has kicked off in Melbourne. Now in its third year, the festival brings kid’s cinema from around the globe to Melbourne movie screens. Artistic Director Thomas Caldwell chats…

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Eat It: Lord Mayor Sally Capp On Melbourne’s Re-invigoration Initiatives

Restaurants, cafes and bars in Melbourne’s CBD have been some of the hardest hit by the pandemic. But now, postcode 3000 is ready to welcome us back with open (but socially distanced) arms.

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Breakfasters: Don’t You Know Who Josh Earl Is?

Beloved local comic and muso Josh Earl joins Breakfasters to chat up his long-going comedy quiz show Don’t You Know Who I Am?, ten filmed episodes of which are now available to…

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Local And/Or General: Kee’ahn Explains How You Can Catch Live Music From Melbourne Streets

Kee’ahn phones in to chat about her upcoming performance at the Bands On Trucks gig on Friday 4 December, part of an initiative to bring COVID-safe music to Melbourne’s streets through roaming performance…

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Mystifying Melbourne: Port Fairy Ghost Stories

Tracie Griffith, editor and part of the committee behind the Port Fairy Ghost Stories, chats with Aisha about the creation of the publication and some of her favourite spooky accounts in the seaside…

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Twang: Marlon Williams On His Brand New Collab

On tour in Europe, Marlon Williams discovered the music of Canadian duo Kacy and Clayton through a Spotify Daily Mix, instantly fell in love and messaged the pair via Instagram asking to collaborate…

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The Rap: The Meaning Of Wurru-Wurru With Allara Briggs Pattison

While researching what the title of her latest project should be, Yorta Yorta artist Allara Briggs Pattison stumbled across the Sacred Kingfisher. The bird used to migrate from Queensland to a spot along…

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Off The Record: Mia Dyson Revisits ‘Parking Lots’ 15 Years On

Over six albums, a handful of EPs and a fruitful collaboration with Liz Stringer and Jen Cloher, Mia Dyson has been a mainstay of the Australian blues rock scene. On the occasion of…

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The Grapevine: What Contributes To The Instability Of Social Housing?

The Victorian government recently announced it will spend 5.3 billion dollars on social housing projects over the next four years. While creating more housing is important, there are upstream factors that contribute to…

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Mystifying Melbourne: Discover The New Augmented Reality Game Set In 1910 Little Lon Melbourne ‘Misadventure in Little Lon’

Creators Emma Ramsay and Andy Yong join Aisha to discuss their new augmented reality game set in 1910 Little Lon Melbourne Misadventure In Little Lon, the world's first AR true crime mobile…

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Primal Screen: A Spotlight On Writer & Director Peter Strickland

Peter Strickland is an award-winning British writer and director whose films include The Duke of Burgundy and Katalin Varga. Peter joins the program for a long-form interview and discussion of his craft, including…

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International Pop Underground: Memphis LK's Songs – Even Her Tame Impala Covers – Are Sad Dancefloor Bangers

Since going solo as Memphis LK, Memphis Kelly – the 27-year-old Melburnian producer and vocalist – has turned out a string of killer singles: Roses, Green Light, and Letters In Concrete

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Mixed Signals: Bollywood Classics Special

It’s Bollywood night on Mixed Signals! Discover the best of Bollywood’s golden age, from the early sound films of the 1930s to the post-independence boom of the 1950s.

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The Mission: First Peoples Disability Network Australia CEO Damian Griffis

In its eighth hearing, the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability, the commision heard the experiences of First Nations people with disability and their families in contact…

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Out On The Patio: Cash Savage Chats New Live Album

In between the Melbourne lockdowns, Cash Savage and the Last Drinks recorded a show in an empty Hamer Hall. It was intended to be a video stream only, however the audio “sounded so…

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International Pop Underground: Dirty Projectors Remain Ever-Changing with Their New 5EP "Constellation"

Dirty Projectors have had a busy 2020. Well, release-wise. Dave Longstreth – the 38-year-old American who's led the shape-shifting project across two decades and nine albums – has been at home in Los…

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Neon Sunset: Exploring The Chaos Of The Creative Process With Kelley Stoltz

American singer-songwriter Kelley Stoltz has just released his second album in 2020 titled Ah! (etc), where he delivers 12 tracks of sweet '60s and '70s inspired psychedelic pop. To celebrate the release, Kelley…

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The Australian Mood: Paul Dempsey On Something For Kate’s Return

Eight years on from their last album, Something For Kate return with The Modern Medieval. Recorded with Nick DiDia (Bruce Springsteen, Powderfinger, Pearl Jam) at his studio in Byron Bay, the band’s…