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Neon Sunset: Super K On Quakers’ Comeback

Quakers, the production trio composed of Fuzzface (Portishead’s Geoff Barrow), 7-Stu-7 and Super K (FKA Katalyst) are back after an eight-year hiatus. Quakers 2 – The Next Wave, the group’s first release…

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Off The Record: Josh Teskey And Ash Grunwald On Their New Collaborative Album

Josh Teskey and Ash Grunwald join Off The Record to discuss their new collaborative record Push The Blues Away. After an impromptu jam on the set of a music video, the pair…

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Everyday People: A 50K Carat Chat With Tessa Thames

First Nations pop artist Tessa Thames chats to Everyday People’s Vanessa Morris about her brand-new solo single “50K Carat”, a ’90s R&B-infused reflection on believing in oneself. Tessa gives us the scoop…

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Breakfasters: Aunty Donna On Their Commitment To Silliness

Local sketch comedy legends Aunty Donna have just released their debut Netflix series, Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun. Broden Kelly tells us how their live ridiculousness comes to life on…

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The Mission: Sue-Anne Hunter, Co-Chair of Family First, On The Ongoing Removal Of Aboriginal Children From Their Families

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children represent 37 per cent of the total population of all children that have been removed from their parents – a staggering 20,077 children – but represent only…

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The Grapevine: Black Rock Band’s Richie Guymala Discusses Their New Album ‘Identity’

Richie Guymala from Black Rock Band joins The Grapevine to tell us about their new album, Identity, Triple R’s Album Of The Week. Recorded in the Yarra Valley, a long way from…

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Justin Mohamad, Commissioner For Aboriginal Children And Young People, On The Mission

Gooreng Gooreng man Justin Mohamad is the Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People in Victoria. He talks to Daniel James about the overrepresentation of Indigenous children in remand. Justin explains that some…

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Breakfasters: Exploring Addiction In Australia

One in five Australians will experience addiction in their lives. Addicted Australia is a new series airing on SBS that follows the experiences of 10 individuals who are battling their addictions over six…

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Beat Orgy: Two Hours Of ‘Original’ Songs David Bowie Covered In His Early Career

In this special episode of Beat Orgy, Steve Cross takes us through the original versions of the songs that David Bowie covered through the ’70s and early ’80s.

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Out On The Patio: Archie Roach On 30 Years Of ‘Charcoal Lane’

Archie Roach’s Charcoal Lane established him as one of Australia’s preeminent songwriters, weaving folk and country musical traditions with lived-in lyrics about growing up in Melbourne and, of course, the Stolen Generations.

To…

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The Glasshouse: Decolonising Feminism With Dr Crystal McKinnon

Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 To Now is an upcoming exhibition at The National Gallery Of Australia (NGA), showcasing work from those who identify as women. Amangu Yamaji woman Dr Crystal…

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Primal Screen: Choreography In Film With Stephen Page

Stephen Page, a descendant of the Nunukul people and the Munaldjali clan of the Yugambeh Nation from Southeast Queensland, has been the Artistic Director of Bangarra Dance Theatre since 1991. He choreographed the…

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Breakfasters: Environmental Film Festival Takes Us Out Of This World

The Environmental Film Festival Australia (EFFA), now in its tenth year, has had to adapt to the online space and is bringing the audience four seasonal mini-events. The first event Out Of This

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Radio Marinara Pays Tribute To Eco Warrior And Environmental Scientist Tim Ealey

Dr. Tim Ealey, aka Dr Mangrove, was a much loved eco warrior of Victoria’s Westernport and a pioneer in environmental science over the last century. To commemorate his life, the Radio Marinara team…

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Aunty Pat Anderson AO Joins The Mission

Aunty Pat Anderson AO has dedicated her entire life to improving outcomes for First Nations people across the country. She talks with Daniel about her passion for the Uluru Statement and the current…

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Off The Record: Elvis Costello Breaks Down His New Album

From his early days as a new wave pioneer to his collaborations with Burt Bacharach, The Brodsky Quartet and The Roots, Elvis Costello has always been an inquisitive and intuitive artist. In part…

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Stephanie Alexander

Eat It: Stephanie Alexander On Why She Continues To Educate Kids About Food

Local culinary legend Stephanie Alexander tells Cam Smith and Josie Smart about expanding her Kitchen Garden Foundation, to introduce more kids to the pleasures of growing and cooking their own food, alongside with…

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Backstory: Sofie Laguna On Her New Book

Miles Franklin award-winning novelist Sofie Laguna is an intuitive writer. She chats to Mel about her new book, Infinite Splendours, and her writing process. 

Set in the Grampians, Infinite Splendours follows Lawrence…

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Public Enemy’s Chuck D On Maps

Chuck D, leader of legendary hip hop group Public Enemy, joins Elizabeth McCarthy, filling in for Fee, to chat about his latest releases and what it's like to collaborate with the best.

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Laura MacFarlane

The Golden Age Of Piracy: Laura MacFarlane’s Formative Five

Tristen chats to multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter Laura MacFarlane about her Formative Five, five tracks that influenced her the most. Laura, founder of local indie band Ninetynine and former drummer for Sleater-Kinney, shares her chosen…