CC Disco

CC:Disco! Drops a Mood-elevating Live Mix on Tomorrow Never Knows

CC:Disco!, aka Courtney Clarke, has made a name for herself around the globe with international sets and radio residencies, but she might still be working a day job if not for Sister Sledge.

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Skull Cave – 1 Feb 2013

No interviews and no quiz during this edition of the Skull Cave – just The Ghost and yet another impeccable selection of tunes for three hours. Enjoy!

Beth Stelling on Breakfasters

Comedian Beth Stelling Joins Breakfasters

Beth Stelling’s mum isn’t in the crowd for her current Australian tour, despite the name of her show – hint: it’s called Beth Stelling (With Her Mum In The Crowd) – but she…

Baker Boy on Get Down

Get Down: Baker Boy Catches up with Chris Gill

The first time Chris Gill met Baker Boy was at the Music Victoria Awards, where Chris handed him four awards in a row. Since then, Danzal Baker, aka Baker Boy, has continued winning…

Claire Bowditch on Out on the Patio

Out on the Patio: Clare Bowditch on Grief, Self-Doubt and Growth through Songwriting

Clare Bowditch discusses her first-ever book, Your Own Kind of Girl, with Out on the Patio host Monique Sebire. The book is a memoir about ‘the stories we tell ourselves and what…

Claire G Coleman on The Mission

The Mission: How Claire G. Coleman’s New Sci-Fi Novel Sheds Light on Aboriginal History

Claire G. Coleman, Noongar woman and acclaimed writer, joins The Mission’s Daniel James following the release of her second novel, The Old Lie, which depicts a war fought in space between…

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The Grapevine: Former Socceroo Craig Foster Steps Up to Bring Hakeem Home to Melbourne

Dylan and Kulja talk to former Socceroo Craig Foster about the amazing journey captured in his new book Fighting for Hakeem. Hakeem al-Araibi was a Bahrain refugee playing on the local Pascoe…

Genevieve Bailey on Breakfasters

Breakfasters: Filmmaker Genevieve Bailey Puts Men’s Mental Health In The Spotlight

Breakfasters talks to Australian filmmaker Genevieve Bailey about her latest documentary Happy Sad Man. Gen’s films have screened in over 50 countries and won over 30 awards. Her latest film investigates Australian masculinity…

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Zero G: Dr Katherine H Canobi Explores Our Future Virtual Reality

‘I’m really interested in that idea of technology being the mediator between you and me and our relationship. I think that’s what happened over the last 20 or 30 years,’ says Dr Katherine…


Brae’s Dan Hunter Joins Eat It

Dan Hunter is the chef and proprietor at Brae in Birregurra in the Otway hinterlands. He talks to Eat It about the restaurant being named number one in Australia at the Good Food…

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The Ghost Interviews Nico (1986)

The one and only Nico toured Australia (just once) in 1986. During that tour, she stopped by the old Triple R studios in Fitzroy to speak with Stephen 'The Ghost'  Walker. In this…

Allysha Joy on Stylin'

Stylin’: Discovering the New 30/70 Album with Allysha Joy

Ennio Styles welcomes Allysha Joy back to the studio to talk all things 30/70 on Stylin’. The local soul collective’s new album, Fluid Motion, drops today.

‘There’s a lot of diversity,’…

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The Golden Age of Piracy: Karate Boogaloo’s Formative Five

Hudson, Callum and Henry from local funk band Karate Boogaloo share their Formative Five with The Golden Age of Piracy’s Tristen Harris, drawing on ‘specific favours and general flavours’ and in no…

Thomas Mayor on The Mission

The Mission: ‘Finding the Heart of the Nation’ with Thomas Mayor

Thomas Mayor, a Torres Strait Islander man living on Larrakia land in Darwin, chats with Daniel on The Mission about his new book Finding the Heart of the Nation chronicling his 18-month journey…

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International Pop Underground: Why Common Holly Broke Out of Her Singer-Songwriter Shell

Brigitte Naggar - principal songwriter behind Montreal-based Common Holly - is attempting to make a link on her new album, When I Say To You, Black Lightning. With this evocative title, Brigitte…

Matt Sullivan Light in the Attic

Neon Sunset: The Emotional Business of Uncovering Lost Music with Light In The Attic

At the offices of Light in the Attic Records in Los Angeles, Annaliese sits down with label co-founder Matt Sullivan for a wide-ranging discussion. Covering Matt’s introduction to music at a school radio…

Elliot Perlman on Backstory

Backstory: Elliot Perlman Suggests ‘Maybe the Horse Will Talk’

Author Elliot Perlman joins Backstory host Melissa Cranenburg to discuss his much awaited novel, eight years in the making, Maybe the Horse Will Talk.

Beginning by asking himself, ‘is it that bad…

Live in Studio
Melbourne Indie Voices on Good Fortune

Melbourne Indie Voices Join Good Fortune

Melbourne Indie Voices join Jazz to chat about the perfect song for a choir, growing from two people in a Fitzroy lounge room to 250 performers, and their upcoming gig at the Forum.

Joey Purp on The Cave

Joey Purp in The Cave

Rapper Joey Purp enters The Cave to talk mixtapes and a decade in Chicago rap with Woody McDonald. Joey says he got ahead of the curve as a teen by virtue of his…

Dylan Moran on Breakfasters

Breakfasters Talk Comedy with Dylan Moran

Breakfasters talk to renowned comedian, actor and writer Dylan Moran about his extensive two-month Australian tour Dr Cosmos, appreciating Russian audiences and online media platforms.

He shares how he’s been doing comedy…