November 16, 2018
Join CJ as he reviews Orson Welles’s finally-finished movie The Other Side of the Wind and the documentary about it, They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead, both now available on Netflix.
November 13, 2018
Melanie Dyer sits down to get the inside scoop on how a once off gig for Kevin Bennett, Lyn Bowtell and Felicity Urquhart turned into Bennett Bowtell and Urquhart, how they navigate the trials and tribulations of sharing their Golden Guitars and why it was so important for their new album ‘Weeds’ to have an
Willie Mason sits down with Iain Byrne to share his thoughts who will come up on top at the end of 2019 if rumours that Wayne Bennett and Anthony Siebold will swap coaching duties at South Sydney and Brisbane Broncos at the start of the 2019 season.
November 8, 2018
Your weekly ANZ esports wrap including Aussies in the StarSeries i-League, Fnatic qualify for Worlds in the Rainbow Six Pro League and a nail biter in the Rocket League Championship Series.
November 8, 2018
Join Beau Ushay and Joab Gilroy as they bring you all the action from the week that was in the world of esports.
November 7, 2018
Cielle Montgomery and James Church – aka country duo Montgomery Church – play Your Troubled Mind and talk to Rod Yates about recording their album in a barn in only three days, playing Nashville’s famous Bluebird Cafe and touring Australia in a retro vintage caravan called Bessie.
November 5, 2018
Gaz Coombes performs ‘Deep Pockets’ and talks to Rod Yates about recording his World’s Strongest Man album at home, why making a new record can be a fraught process, and how the album is influenced by issues such as mental health and masculinity.
November 1, 2018
CJ, Adam and Christie are intrigued, excited, perplexed and ultimately a little divided on Netflix’s new sci-fi series with a big cast – Emma Stone and Jonah Hill – and a seriously in-demand director, Cary Joji Fukunaga (who will be helming the next James Bond film).
October 30, 2018
Brisbane’s Last Dinosaurs play “Dominos” off their new album ‘Yumeno Garden’, and talk to Rod Yates about writing the record in a small town in Japan, how the isolation of that setting influenced the LP, the personal hardships that informed the album’s lyrics and much more.