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Mental As Anything 1998 Signed Poster

1998 Mental As Anything Interview on The Australian Mood

Mental As Anything frontman Greedy Smith passed away unexpectedly two weeks ago.

We revisit Neil Rogers' longform interview with Greedy Smith and bandmate Peter O'Doherty from 21 years ago (August 27 1998), at…

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Ghost's First Show Tape

The Ghost's First-Ever Broadcast!

Our last addition to the archives for 2019 is (a portion of) The Ghost's first-ever broadcast on Triple R – a Saturday night graveyard shift in Dec 1981! Enjoy.

Sydney Smoke 2019

Breakfasters: Understanding the Risks of Smoke Inhalation from the NSW Bushfires

The ongoing bushfires in NSW continue to rip through the country with devastating effects on the land as well as air quality in surrounding areas. In fact, Canberra’s air quality has recently been…

Georgia Maq Solo

Maps: Camp Cope’s Georgia Maq Gives the Run-Down on Her New Solo Album

Georgia Maq, aka the voice of Melbourne’s own Camp Cope, recently dropped a surprise solo album--surprising in the sense that it was unannounced, and in the sense that it’s a sharp departure from…

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Stephen Walker Memorial photo

Memorial for The Ghost

On Friday 2nd August, from 4-7pm, a private memorial was held for Stephen James 'The Ghost' Walker in the Triple R performance space. 

His family has requested we share the recording of the…

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Ghost Cropped Studio

Skull Cave – 16 November 2012

We dip back into the archives for another episode of the Skull Cave – this time from November 2012. This one also features the much-loved quiz.

Bri Lee on Breakfasters

Breakfasters: How Beauty Ideals Fragment Self-Understanding with Bri Lee

Award-winning author Bri Lee drops in to discuss her new offering, Beauty, which is a reflection on the pernicious ways that beauty standards shape the ways that we interact with ourselves. Bri discusses…

Graham Nash Innocent Eyes Cover

The Ghost Interviews Graham Nash (1986)

British singer-songwriter Graham Nash (of The Hollies and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young fame) has released six solo albums throughout the course of his career (the first of which was recently re-issued). Stephen…

Professor David Lindenmayer AO

Uncommon Sense: Is the New Logging Announcement Enough to Rescue Our Native Forests?

Last week, the Victorian Government announced that they will begin transitioning away from logging native forests over the next ten years and stop logging old growth forests immediately. But will these changes be…

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Ghost CBAA Mag Cover

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!

Nico Archive Image

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…

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Cloudy sky over building

Skull Cave – 7 November 2008

The Ghost battled bad weather and chaos on the streets of Melbourne to bring us this edition of the Skull Cave back on 7 November 2008.

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Skull Cave Grid 2012

Skull Cave – 9 November 2012

Another Skull Cave episode from the vaults, featuring the much loved quiz after 6pm.

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The Ghost Jim Carroll

The Ghost interviews Jim Carroll (1996)

We pull another one from The Ghost Tapes this week - his interview with American punk, poet and author Jim Carroll in '96, not long after the film version of his memoir The

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Stephen Walker studio 2013

Skull Cave – 25 Jan 2013

This episode of the Skull Cave is from 25 January 2013, The Ghost's first show back that year after his summer break.


How Being an Active Citizen Can Interrupt the Machinery of Climate Denial

Environmentalist, conservationist and former leader of the Australian Greens, Bob Brown, joins host Amy Mullins ahead of his upcoming panel appearance, ‘Climate Change in Australia: Where to Now?’. Bob talks to Amy about…

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The Ghost Foetus cassette

The Ghost interviews JG Thirlwell (1987)

While in NYC for the New Music Seminar Conference in '87, The Ghost caught up with Melbourne born, New York based artist JG Thirlwell (also known as Foetus, Clint Ruin, Frank Want). Thirlwell…

Dennis Altman on Grapevine

‘Accidental Activist’ Dennis Altman Reflects On His New Memoir

Academic, writer and activist Dennis Altman confesses his unrequited love for the United States, a romance that began with his involvement in the Gay Rights Movement of the early ‘70s ‘and ended with…

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The Ghost NYC Award

The Ghost in New York (1987)

In June 1987 The Ghost headed over to New York for the New Music Seminar Conference. He phoned Breakfasters' Chris Hatzis and Richard Neal with live updates each morning.

Listening back to…

Deborah Lipstadt

Uncommon Sense: Antisemitism is a Danger to Democracy

Amy picks the brain of distinguished historian Professor Deborah Lipstadt, author of Antisemitism: Here and Now.

Deborah recounts her successful defence of a libel suit brought by Holocaust denier David Irving in…