Great Melbourne Telescope

Breakfasters: Curator Matthew Churchward on The Dramatic Life of The Great Melbourne Telescope

The Great Melbourne Telescope is about to celebrate it’s 150-year anniversary, but it hasn’t been easy getting there. Once the largest fully steerable telescope in the world, it's been disassembled, reassembled, moved interstate…

Breakfasters with Kate Torney

CEO Kate Torney On The Revamped State Library

State Library of Victoria’s CEO Kate Torney joins Sarah, Daniel and Geraldine to talk about the recently completed $60 million transformation. She says the reopened Domed Reading Room is really spectacular but the…

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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…

Pip Wallis on SmartArts

SmartArts: What to Expect from NGV’s Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat Exhibition

What happens when you combine two of New York’s most famous street artists at the NGV? Curator Pip Wallis joins SmartArts to talk about the latest exhibition, Crossing Lines. By pairing two legendary…

Seaweed as Collaborator on Breakfasters

The Secret Life of Seaweed on Breakfasters

Seaweed is currently on trend. The simple underwater inhabitant is not only a source of delicious food but can also be used for numerous other things, including as a carbon sink. Microbial ecologist…

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Breakfasters: The Single Player Star Wars Videogame You’ve Been Looking For

If you’re like a lot of gamers who’ve been waiting for a decent single-player campaign video game set in the world of Star Wars, then you’ve been mostly disappointed. On ‘Game Changers’…

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Plato’s Cave Discuss Their 2019 Top Ten Films

The end of the year is nigh (as is the end of the decade!), so it’s time for everybody’s favourite pastime: listicles! The Plato’s Cave crew convenes to discuss and rank the best…

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The Heartbrokers on LiveWire

The Heartbrokers Rock LiveWire

LiveWire’s Pauly and Nereader host hard-rocking boogie band The Heartbrokers for a rollicking live set. The local sextet launches their spanking new LP Vol. 10 at the Spotted Mallard in Brunswick East…

Casey Bennetto on Breakfasters

Breakfasters Serenaded by ‘Jolly Man in Red’ Casey Bennetto

Breakfasters is shocked to the core as Superfluity host Casey Bennetto rolls out an acoustic Christmas ditty tailored to Sarah, Daniel and Geraldine ahead of this year’s ‘A Swingin’ Bella Christmas’, a live…

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Brian Wise Pays Tribute to Martin Armiger

Prolific musician, soundtrack composer and former RRR presenter Martin Armiger passed away last week. Off the Record's Brian Wise honours Martin's immense musical legacy, playing tracks from throughout his career, including classics…

Dr Amee Baird on Breakfasters

Breakfasters: Learn the Secrets of Your Biggest Sexual Organ: Your Brain

‘Sex is a fundamental part of peoples’ lives,’ says clinical neuropsychologist Dr Amee Baird. ‘Despite our fascination with it, people are still kind of afraid of it.’ On Breakfasters, Amee discusses her…

FKA Twigs Album Cover

Double Bounce: FKA Twigs on Mary Magdalene, ASMR and Her New Album

It’s been five years since FKA Twigs released her breakthrough debut album LP1 and a lot has happened: her fame has risen exponentially since 2014, she endured a public separation, and underwent surgery…

Christos Tsiolkas on Breakfasters

Breakfasters: Christos Tsiolkas Discusses His New Book ‘Damascus’

Novelist and Superfluity co-host Christos Tsiolkas pops into Breakfasters to chat about his latest book, Damascus. The book focuses on the life of a Jewish tent-maker named Saul, more widely known as…

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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.

Helen Garner Diaries

Helen Garner in Conversation on Backstory

Helen Garner is one of Australia’s most prominent writers. A feminist, novelist, short story writer, screenwriter and journalist, Helen’s work spans fiction, non-fiction and reportage. Her latest book, Yellow Notebook Diaries Volume 1

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Tim Thorpe Joins Breakfasters

Triple R legend Tim Thorpe walks us through his history as a Triple R broadcaster. He also discusses where the name Vital Bits came from, Stephen Walker’s influence, and much more ahead of…

Nils Frahm

Nils Frahm in Conversation on The Good, the Dub and the Global

German experimental composer, virtuosic pianist and deep thinker Nils Frahm chats to Systa BB ahead of his upcoming performances at the Arts Centre. They discuss how Nils got started playing piano, ‘jumping over…

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…

Kate Duncan and Jas Moore

Local and/or General: The Push’s Move to Collingwood Arts Precinct

Local and/or General host Jason Moore catches up with Kate Duncan, CEO of Victoria’s peak youth music organisation The Push. They discuss The Push’s relocation to the Collingwood Arts Precinct in March next…

Sonia Anthony

Eat It: How Bendigo Became Australia’s Only UNESCO Designated City of Gastronomy

Sonia Anthony’s restaurant, Masons of Bendigo, has been a pillar of the gastronomic community in the Bendigo Region for nearly eight years. ‘In hospitality years, that’s like 80,’ she jokes. On Eat It