Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Sat 2 June - Lindsay A Gordon - AN AUSTRALIAN IN PARIS

An Australian in the outback of Paris. The writer Lindsay A. Gordon discusses rats and rues and tells stories of the bush and boulevards

Listen Again - Lindsay A Gordon - An Australian in the outback of Paris

Thursday, 24 May 2018

Sat 25 May - JACQUELINE SAPHRA - Puberty and Poetry

Jacqueline Saphra discusses sex, experimentation and the confusing pain and wonder of transition into sexual adulthood. Looking back at bohemian coming-of-age confusion in the 1970s and shifts occurring here and now with young funny women (like Ilana Glazer) changing the way we talk and think about sexual expression. She reads from 'All My Mad Mothers' (Nine Arches Press) and 'A Bargain with the Light' ((Hercules Editions) which focuses on the artist and photographer Lee Miller, lover of great men, raped child and self-determining woman. Performative musical interpretations and explorations live on air.

Listen Again - Jacqueline Saphra - Poetry & Puberty

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Sat 19 May - READY FOR VIEWING - St Leonards International Film Festival

Ready for Viewing, where expanded radio meets expanded cinema. Celluloid improvisation by Mauricio Vincenzi of Endwell Productions projecting prepared material on different gauges (Standard 8, 16mm etc) from the archive of the St Leonards Intenational Film Festival. Accompanied by vintage organ the Vox Continental. Video output includes a live facebook feed.

Listen Again - St Leonards Film Festival

Sunday, 13 May 2018

Sat 12 May - EZE CHIMALIO - Blacks in Blue

Eze Chimalio, artist, musician and author of graphic novels the Monomono-Banza Diaries discusses his portraits of blacks in blue, his recent visit to Addis and Ethiopia and jams live with Jude on trumpet and piano.

Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Sat 5 May - Touring with the Rutles - NEIL INNES

Neil Innes takes time before The Rutles tour to chew the tail of the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, remember George Harrison and Viv Stanshall, and to reflect on what it was like to make that epic mockumentary 'All You Need Is Cash' and the Innes Book of Records. Neil explains that The Rutles were conceived not so much as a parody of The Beatles but as a parallel band from an alternative universe. With fresh anecdotal gems to delight the most hardened Bonzo/Rutles fan.

Listen Again - NEIL INNES - The Rutles Tour