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.

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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

Charlie Dark on Stolen Moments

Stolen Moments: Trip Hop Producer Charlie Dark Reminisces with John Bailey

DJ, producer and poet Charlie Dark, aka Charlie Williams, aka D’Afro, has had an eclectic and turbulent career, as his business card suggests. As a founding member of legendary trip hop outfit Attica…

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Neon Sunset: ‘Sunshine Noir’ Band Jade Imagine Catch up with Annaliese

The last two years for ‘sunshine noir’ outfit Jade Imagine have been huge. Fresh off UK tours with Julia Jacklin and POND, the Melbourne band are back in Australia with their debut LP…

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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…

Steve Gunn on Breaking and Entering

Steve Gunn in Conversation on Breaking and Entering

Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and guitarist Steve Gunn joins Breaking and Entering live in the studio ahead of his forthcoming Australian shows. He tells us his recent EP Acoustic Unseen came about because he always…

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Daniel Johnston

Max Headroom: The Musical Genius of Daniel Johnston

The Golden Age of Piracy’s Tristen Harris leads us through the world of Daniel Jonhston, the singer/songwriter whose songs have been covered by The Flaming Lips, Death Cab for Cutie, Bright Eyes…

John Safran on Breakfasters

Witches, Satanists and Exorcists: John Safran Explores the Occult on Breakfasters

Do you believe in the occult? Exploring the unthinkable, author and broadcaster John Safran has spent months among witches, Satanists, and exorcists recording his latest podcast John Safran vs The Occult. He…

Tiny Ruins on Out on the Patio with Kate Kingsmill

Out on the Patio: Going Solo with Tiny Ruins

Hollie Fullbrook, singer/songwriter and frontwoman of the acclaimed New Zealand band Tiny Ruins, joins Out on the Patio (with fill-in host Kate Kingsmill) to chat about her latest album and life on tour.

Joey and Gazza on JVG Square

JVG Radio Method: Jo Pearson and Chicken Mary Show’s Gary Young Play Live

Jo Pearson and Gary Young join Jon Von Goes to play some music and chat their upcoming show as the Joey & Gazza duo. ‘Not much has changed since I was last here,’…

Maxine Beneba Clarke on The Glasshouse

The Glasshouse: Portrait Writing with Maxine Beneba Clarke

Celebrated writer Maxine Beneba Clarke (The Hate Race, Foreign Soil) visits The Glasshouse to discuss her newest book, The Saturday Portraits. A collection of biographical portraits of various personalities…

Children of the Evolution on Breakfasters

Breakfasters: What to Expect from the ‘Children of the Evolution’

The Due West Arts Festival is a celebration of artists and creators who hail from Melbourne’s western suburbs. One of the shows, ‘Children of the Evolution,’ sees an all-child cast pick ‘manifesto topics’…

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Neon Sunset: Total Control on Their Eclectic Sound and ‘Celebrating the Absurdity of Life’

James Vinciguerra from Total Control laughingly describes the band’s creative process as ‘a big, stupid stew’ of influences and ideas. On Neon Sunset, Annaliese discovers how a grand organ and a choir…

The Let's Gos on Good Fortune

Good Fortune: Japanese Rock Trio The Let’s Go’s Chat About the Aussie Rock Scene and Beer

Japanese rock trio The Let’s Go’s have made serious waves in the music world with their powerful live shows, punchy studio albums, and general badassness. Touring Australia for the first time this month…