In case you missed the news, Bec Fary announced they’ve decided to finish up SleepTalker. Listen to the final episode of this unique and brilliantly crafted program.
Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency CEO Muriel Bamblett calls in to Breakfasters to explain how you can help VACCA do its important work by hosting a Morning Tea for Culture.
There are heaps of ways that you can offer your support to local First Nations and Black organisations doing critical work in our community right now. Here are some places you might like to check out, connect with and donate to.
The new Greens senator for Victoria talks to Daniel James about the challenges of her new role.
Play School presenter, actor and musician OKENYO talks to Areej about her new EP SOLO, the future of live music and theatre, and the symbiotic relationship between artists and fans.
On Primal Screen, our intrepid film buffs tackle three of their favourite vampire films of the ‘90s: Neil Jordan’s Interview With The Vampire, Abel Ferrara’s The Addiction, and Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
Brian discusses the new Bob Dylan record with collaborator Scarlet Rivera, the record’s producer Mark Howard, former Rolling Stone editor Michael Goldberg, and blues great Dion DiMucci.
Untitled (Black Is) is the latest album from SAULT, a group who quietly introduced themselves in 2019 with two of the year’s most outstanding records, 5 and 7. Their vibrant, rhythmic music draws new connections between soul, new wave, R&B, hip hop, gospel, funk and dub-infused sounds.
Indra from Peaking Lights joins the show to chat about their new album, E S C A P E.
Under The Sun
Learn about the new Malcolm McLaren biography with author Paul Gorman.
George Megalogenis discusses federal-state cooperation post-COVID, the winddown of COAG and IR reform.
CEO of Gender Equity Victoria Tanya Kovac, Buzzfeed News' Amber Jamieson and more join the show.
Prof. Aileen Moreton-Robinson talks about the 20th anniversary of 'Talkin' Up To The White Woman'.