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2015 Spanish Film Festival

The Spanish Film Festival can finally reveal its full program of 38 features that will screen nationally from April 21 until May 20, exclusively at Palace Cinemas around Australia. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film … Read More

Community Billboard – 27th of April to the 3rd of May

This weekly community billboard is proudly sponsored by the City of Sydney’s Plan for the future – Sydney 2030 – making our city more green, global and connected … Read More

Album of the Week – The Strides ‘The Good, The Rich and The Fake’

Eastside Radio’s Album of the Week is ‘The Youth, The Rich and The Fake’ by The Strides.   The album is an amalgamation of both classic and contemporary interpretations of Reggae, up-tempo ska, hip-hop beats and Dancehall anthems. This soulful … Read More

Catch it by the tail -Episode 11 Lots of good fun that’s funny in this episode – and quite a few people helping out: poets Sherryl Clark and Meredith Costain; Australian talking book publishers Gecko Educational, joke tellers Frankie … Read More

Paul Grabowsky Solo Concert

April 2015 saw the performance of a solo piano concert by Paul Grabowsky at The Melbourne Recital Hall. The performance was based around the recent release of a new Grabowsky album titled SOLO and featured several tracks from this album. Read More

Jane Long – ‘Dancing with Costica’

Photographer and digital artist, Jane Long joined Dr Margaux Dombkins to discuss her ‘Dancing with Costica’ exhibition with Costica Acsinte. The Dancing with Costica photo exhibition is based on Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte’s black and white … Read More

Libby Hathorn – ‘Eventual Poppy Day’

Renowned author, Libby Hathorn in conversation with Dr Margaux Dombkins on Arts Monday. Libby discusses her latest book ‘Eventual Poppy Day’ which was inspired by her own family’s experience of World War 1. In Eventual Poppy Day, … Read More

Shortlists announced for NSW Premier’s Literary Awards 2015

The shortlist for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards has just been announced for 2015, and the nominees for the prestigious award are a mixture of long time novelists and incredible new talent. The Literary award was created by Premier Neville … Read More

Anzac Day 2015

This Saturday, Australia will mark the centenary of Anzac Day and the 100 years since Australia fought in the battles in Gallipoli. Each year, Sydneysiders gather at dawn for the traditional Dawn Service to commemorate and show respect to the … Read More

Arts Friday 24th April: Iran at ACP, School for Scandal, Thom and Angelmouse

On today’s show, 10:30am – 12pm, we’ll hear from Claire Monneraye curator of the Australian Centre for Photography’s current showing of including an Australian first exhibition of selected works by acclaimed Iranian photographer Gohar Dashti’s series ‘Todays life and war’ … Read More

Ocean Devotion

Our Eastside broadcast area is blessed with some of the world’s best coastline. Our beaches, bays and waterways are the jewels of our great city. For some of us the water is our life and for many it’s simply … Read More

Good Medicine!

Deborah Mills Join Arts Thursday, 23 April 2015, for stories about the positive impact of the arts on health and well-being. The focus of the program is the expanded Arts and Dementia Program at the Art … Read More

Gallipoli: 100 years on …..

On April 22 2015, Sylvia Rosenblum talked to Professor Sean Brawley about ANZAC Day and the Gallipoli campaign of 1915. Follow the links and listen to the conversation. Listen to Part 1 of our conversation. Now … Read More

MoodSwing Playlist – Sixties, Kitch, Funky, Soul, Latin Jazz Vibes!

Tonight's Moodswing is very upbeat, fun & funky. Very sixties & kitch, with latin jazz, rare groove, ska, reggae & soul. Selected & Presented by DJ Taline for Moodswing, Eastside Radio 89.7FM Read More

A Taste Of Honey April 23 2015

Anzac Day to me is a time for reflection. I have visited Gallipoli and was saddened by the ages of the fallen inscribed on their headstones. I was further moved by the way in which … Read More

Arts Wednesday 22 April 2015

This week’s program is devoted to ANZAC Day, this year marking the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign. In the first half hour of the show, we will hear accounts of the campaign from those who were there. Ellis Silas wrote … Read More

The Lowedown

If Jose James and Elian Elias move your body and soul to make you feel fine and mellow, then no need to travel to Brazil for some lush life. I thought about you so here they … Read More

Baby et Lulu et Tu!

Baby et Lulu, Australia’s seductive French-language chanteuses, present their sensational new CD, ‘Album Deux’ (‘Album No.2’). A truly magnetic musical partnership which has been seducing audiences since their debut release, much loved artistes Abby Dobson – ‘Baby’ (Leonardo’s Bride) … Read More

Hidden Sydney: a visit to the Tank Stream

It’s strange what makes a tourist attraction. Some, such as the Paris Sewer Museum, are popular with tourists; others, such as London’s disused Tube Stations and Sydney’s Tank Stream, are more … Read More

Album of the Week – Ernestine Anderson Swings the Penthouse

Ernestine Anderson’s ‘Ernestine Anderson Swings the Penthouse’ is Eastside Radio’s Album of the Week. The album captures a time in Anderson’s legendary career where she cemented her rightful place in the Jazz Hall of Fame. The release is a compilation … Read More