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Let’s Make Cycling Safe in Sydney

Let’s Make Cycling Safe in Sydney is a series of Community Service Announcements aimed at addressing the needs of both cyclists and motorists. The series was produced in 2015 with the help of station volunteers with the aim of … Read More

Album of the Week – ‘Talking In Cuban’ by Palacio de la Rumba

‘Talking In Cuban’ (Independent) by Palacio de la Rumba is Eastside Radio’s Album of the Week.  The album is a worldly extravaganza where the brassy sounds of an 18 piece big band meets the rhythms and melodies of Cuba. Saxophonist … Read More

Community Billboard 8th to the 14th of February 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

Jazz Made in Australia with Paula Langlands – Monday 8 Feb 2016

Jazz Made in Australia (JMIA) producer/ presenter Paula Langlands is on annual leave but the program is not. JMIA will re-broadcast some special programs over this time. Some of the featured artists to be heard will be soprano … Read More

Barnardos Mother of the Year 2016

If ever there was a platform to shout your love for your mother, Barnardos Australia’s Mother of the Year Award is definitely the way to do it. In its 21st year of existence, the award recognises the enormous contribution that … Read More

‘Fierce and Fabulous’ Nkandu Beltz. book launch Fri. Feb. 19

Nkandu Beltz Book launch Date: Friday 19 February 2016 Time: 6:00pm Venue: Dymocks Sydney, 424 – 430 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Cost: $45.00 Enquiries: Bookings: Ticket prices start from $45.00 per person for AABC Members. Read More

Bryce Peters on creepy crawlies.

On 3 February 2016, Sylvia spoke to Bryce Peters, entomologist at UTS, about cockroaches, mosquitoes and flies and why their numbers soar in summer, particularly after the rains. Listen to the three parts of the conversation below: Above … Read More

Film Review TRUMBO

By Miriam Wollner – Eastside Radio Intern Last Monday, Eastside Supporters had the chance to watch the American film TRUMBO in the Chauvel Cinema in Paddington.TRUMBO is a biographical movie based on the story of 20th century Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. Read More

Helen Ryder Album Launch

Helen Ryder’s debut album Someday Love is eleven tracks of lush country and soul infused pop. “The voice is exquisite…wistful and moving, and the playing is beautiful.” – The Music / ABC Radio. From the mid-70’s cowboy psychedelia of … Read More

Arts Wednesday 2016

Laila Ellmoos, historian with the City of Sydney joins me today at about 10:40am for Part 1 of a new series on Sydney and Water, introducing the series. My special guest at 11:00 am is Bryce Peters, entomologist at UTS, … Read More

Vintage Trouble @ The Factory Theatre – Bluesfest Touring

Live-wired, straight-shootin, dirty-mouth’d, pelvis-pushing juke music. Vintage Trouble will be bringing this and a whole lot more @ The Factory Theatre in Sydney on the 31st of March. Since their formation in 2010, the self-branded “Trouble Makers” have built an immense, … Read More

Goran Bregovic and his Balkan Party

Continuing his never-ending world tour of Gypsy-fulled brilliance, the Balkan-fusing party-starter returns with his Wedding and Funeral Band in a celebration ranging from  Underground  to  Champagne for Gypsies . Transforming the Opera House into a second home full of Gypsy-fuelled frenzy, the Balkan-fusing rockstar … Read More

Nahko and Medicine For The People

Bluesfest Touring welcomes back World/Folk/Hip-Hop/Rock music collective Nahko and Medicine for the People, who will be sharing their spiritual, socially conscious message through amazing music with their fervent ‘tribe’, as they call their fans. They’ll perform in Sydney the 30th … Read More

Songhoy Blues performing @ City Recital Hall

Amidst the terror and displacement of war, music has triumphed, and created a beautiful, unique, & powerful desert rock collective. Following successful North American and African tours, Songhoy are bringing their debut release ‘Music in Exile’ to Australia, and Bluesfest Touring is … Read More

Album of the Week – ‘Happiness in Every Style’ by Nicole Willis and the Soul Investigators

‘Happiness in Every Style’ by Nicole Willis and the Soul Investigators is Eastside Radio’s Album of the Week. This soulful body of work see’s Willis’ and the group exploring the upbeat funk and groove side of soul. Now the supergroup’s … Read More

Community Billboard 1st to the 7th of February 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

Friday Drive – Interview with Ludmilla Khodai

This afternoon Friday Drive will be airing an interview with social researcher Ludmilla Khodai talking about the Afghani cultural practice of Bacha Posh. Ludmilla is a researcher who spent some time in Afghanistan learning all about Bacha Posh and speaking … Read More

Diana Krall @ Sydney Opera House

Five-time Grammy Award winning jazz pianist and world-renowned singer, Diana Krall, will perform a fourth and final show at the iconic Sydney Opera House, accompanied by the exceptional Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Touring Australia as part of her Wallflower World … Read More

REVIEW: Michael Hurley and Meg Baird Syd Fest 2016

There is an inherent knowledge that signing up for a gig at St Stephen’s Church for Sydney Festival 2016 will be an experience that invites a myriad of feelings which only music and a Church setting can evoke. Meg Baird … Read More

The Genome Project

On Arts Wednesday 27 January 2016, Gr Ginni Mansberg was the special guest talking about The Genome Project, its practical implications today and some projected future outcomes. Listen to the conversation: This is Part 1 of the conversation: … Read More