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The Good, The Dub & The Global Pays Tribute to Rachid Taha

The music world is mourning the recent and tragic death of Algerian/French singer and global sensation Rachid Taha. A disruptor, a visionary and a prolific artist, Rachid’s influence on music cannot be understated…

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Kon Karapanagiotidis on The Grapevine

Kon Karapanagiotidis joins The Grapevine

From a shopfront in Footscray to a $13 million charity helping thousands of asylum seekers every year, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre has flourished under the passion and guidance of its founder Kon…

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Sandy Greenwood on Breakfasters

Sandy Greenwood on Breakfasters

From the time when mob weren’t allowed to leave the Christian Mission to the era of the Stolen Generation, Sandy Greenwood’s family has experienced generations of upheaval and challenge. Her new one-woman show…

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Rick E. Vengeance

Remembering Rick E. Vengeance

Some really sad news: former Triple R broadcaster Rick E. Vengeance passed away on Friday night. Our love and thoughts go out to his family, friends and fans. Rick was on air for…

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Gaz Coombes

Gaz Coombes on Far and Wide

Gaz Coombes joined Steve Wide to chat about establishing himself as a solo artist after his success as the frontman of the legendary Britpop outfit Supergrass. Gaz talked about the internal pressures Supergrass…

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David Bridie on Vital Bits

David Bridie Performs Live on Vital Bits

Australian musician David Bridie (My Friend the Chocolate Cake; Not Drowning, Waving) joined Vital Bits for a chat as well as a live performance ahead of his show at the Spiegeltent in St…

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Out On The Patio

Oh Pep! on Out On The Patio

Monique Sebire spoke to Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs of Melbourne folk duo Oh Pep! about their new LP I Wasn’t Only Thinking About You …, traveling, audiences here and there, and…

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Breakfasters

There’s something about extraverts

The Breakfasters team chatted with Luke Smillie, Senior Lecturer in Personality Psychology at the University of Melbourne, about how studies have revealed that happiness is more closely related to personality than to more…

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Murder Village

Murder Village on Backstory

What happens when you combine the intricately planned murder mysteries of Agatha Christie with a spontaneous improv crew? Cue Murder Village, a Melbourne Fringe show which takes comfortable crime to the limits. Improv…

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Papaphilia

Soft Centre Preview on Double Bounce

Housemates Papaphilia and Mosy 333 share a lot of similarities: both are earthy Capricorns, dance in the same way, and have been recently collaborating for the upcoming Sydney experimental festival Soft Centre. The…

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Grey Matters

Matiu Bush Discussing Loneliness on Greening the Apocalypse

Do you know about the healing power of a hug? Matiu Bush does and he’s working to promote social interactions for the elderly via One Good Street, an organisation that seeks to reduce…

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Stuart Daulman

Death of a Daulman on Breakfasters

In his latest show for Melbourne Fringe Festival, Stuart Daulman brings the idea of death to life. The show involves Stuart impersonating people from his life and imagining what they’d have to say…

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Elmo BLB

David Quirk and Craig Peade on Banana Lounge Broadcasting

Elmo is the new play by Benjamin Cittadini, which tells the story of two strangers – a woman with a gambling addiction and a man who loves satay chicken – who repeatedly cross…

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Andrea Carson

Female Representation in Politics on The Grapevine

Andrea Carson is an incoming Associate Professor at La Trobe University. Her most recent study explored female representation in politics and the impact of unconscious bias. The study showed bias towards male candidates…

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Rally for Fed Sqaure

Rally for Fed Square on Breakfasters

Tania Davidge is president of Citizens for Melbourne, a local group advocating for the maintenance and ongoing quality of public spaces. Since initiation the group has staunchly opposed plans to build a new…

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The Illegitimate Love Children of Bob Downe and Magda Szubanski

The Illegitimate Love Children of Bob Downe and Magda Szubanski on Breakfasters

No one can deny Bob Downe and Magda Szubanski’s place in the Australian comedy canon. But what would come of the two iconic performers hooking up at the 1986 Mardi Gras after party…

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Big House Dreaming

Bighouse Dreaming

Offering valuable insight into the Indigenous experience of schooling, the justice system and the continuing influence of colonisation, Bighouse Dreaming debuts at the Melbourne Fringe Festival as part of Deadly Fringe. Writer and…

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Constant Mongrel

Constant Mongrel are Living in Excellence

The Melbourne punk ratbags join Teenage Hate to chat about their upcoming new album, and their first LP in five years, Living in Excellence.

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Spencer P Jones

Biggsy and Neil Remember Spencer P. Jones

In this episode of Max Headroom, Tony Biggs recollects sharehousing with the late, great Spencer P. Jones; Neil Rogers tells us about the Spencer P. Jones rooftop gig at the old Triple…

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Melbourne Fringe

Discover the 2018 Melbourne Fringe Program with Richard Watts

It’s the first day of Melbourne Fringe Festival! Dunno where to start with the ‘veritable shitload’ of shows? Let Melbourne Fringe Living Legend, The Richard Watts, guide your fringe-loving soul with the help…