2018 Golden Guitar Winner for Female Artist of the Year Aleyce Simmonds plays a stripped back version of ‘Only On My Terms’ on Live On The Lot. 

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Cash Savage performs the title track of her new album, ‘Good Citizens’, before talking to Rod Yates about the politics behind the record, her hopes for social change, putting up with mansplaining, and why she wasn’t expecting to even make an album at this time.

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CJ Johnson and Adam Boys review Sharp Objects, the incredible new HBO series directed by Jean-Marc Vallee and starring Amy Adams who plays reporter Camille Preaker, who returns to her small hometown to investigate mysterious, unsolved crimes.  

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Spit Syndicate dial in a stripped back version of Fast Friends on The Right Note.

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John Willsteed and John Busby sit down to discuss the making of Halfway’s new album Rain Lover and reveal the prodigious impact the death of John Busby’s father had on the premise of the bands six studio album.  

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2017 Toyota Star Maker winner Rachael Fahim sits down with Melanie Dyer to reveal why she chose to play Dolly Parton’s Jolene during the finals, what it felt like to receive a CMC Nomination and why she feels it’s imperative for artists to connect with the music they release.  

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Alex The Astronaut performs ‘Waste Of Time’ and ‘William and Georgia’, and chats to Rod Yates about playing her first solo shows in New York City, juggling study and recording, and the “weird extrovert” part of her personality that comes out when she plays live.

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Willie Mason weighs in on the Andrew Fifita controversy declaring the medias relentless attempts to turn Fifita into a villain reminds him exactly of the picture the media painted of him throughout the 2000’s to sell papers.   

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Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi performs ‘Tough’ and ‘Bruises’ before chatting to Rod Yates about his fear of spiders, doing shoeys, using fake IDs to play gigs and working with producer Malay.

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Al Baxter and Tom Carter join Iain Byrne to reflect on the performance of Australia’s Super Rugby teams in 2018 and share their opinion on where our teams are at in comparison to the rest of the world.

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