Podcast

Historic Events and How We Mark Them

During the month of February 2018, historian Ellmoos presented a series of 5 episodes on Arts Wednesday with Sylvia Rosenblum, documenting the origins and development of seminal historic events on our calendar.  The 5 episodes are: Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, ANZAC Day, NAIDOC Day, Waratah Festival and 8-Hour… Read More

Ronald Ryan and the Blood on Helmut Lange

This episode of Sonic Tales is produced with the assistance of the Community Broadcasting Foundation – www.cbf.com.au 1965. A gaol break! Alarm! Pandemonium! A prison guard is killed. The State Premier wants blood. Ronald Ryan is about to be convicted of the murder. A prison officer, Helmut… Read More

Symphony of Seduction with Christopher Lawrence

On Arts Wednesday the 21st of February 2018 legendary ABC Broadcaster Christopher Lawrence was Sylvia’s guest talking about his latest book Symphony of Seduction talking about the sex lives of Classical Composers. Guess which composer is obsessed with scatalogical jokes and could fart at will? Or who had two grand… Read More

Waste Not: a Beautiful and Emotional Film about Garbage

Arts Monday’s Jane Raffan interviews Ruth Hessey, Director of Communications for the Total Environment Centre and Writer/Director of the award winning short documentary film Waste Not. The film’s tag line is “A beautiful and emotional film about garbage”. It is a surprisingly optimistic and powerful message about how everyday people… Read More

How Much Do You Know? Episode 12

How Much Do You Know? is a podcast series that looks at HIV now. It’s brought to you by and produced in the studios of Eastside Radio located in Paddington Sydney in association with ViiV Healthcare. Dr Catriona Ooi is a sexual health specialist based in Sydney’s West having worked overseas in Africa, Europe… Read More

How Much Do You Know? Episode 11

How Much Do You Know? is a podcast series that looks at HIV now. It’s brought to you by and produced in the studios of Eastside Radio located in Paddington Sydney in association with ViiV Healthcare. Dr Phillip Read works at the Kirketon Road Centre, Kings Cross in Sydney for prevention, treatment and… Read More

Andrea Keller From Saxophone to Piano

Andrea Keller is a pianist, composer and educator who has won just about every jazz award available in Australia- three ARIA Awards, five Australian Jazz ‘Bell’ Awards, two Art Music Awards, an APRA Professional Development Award, and fellowships from the Freedman Foundation and the Australia Council. She has performs in… Read More

The Lady and the Unicorn

On Arts Wednesday 14 February 2018, Sylvia's special guest was Jackie Dunn, curator of special exhibitions at AGNSW, talking about the Lady and the Unicorn. These six impossibly beautiful tapestries are on loan from the Musee de Cluny in Paris. During the conversation, thy spoke about the history of the piece, the symbolism behind many motifs and finished with some tips about what to look for. Read More

From the Lab to Live Interviews, It’s Naomi Koh Belic

While still in the middle of completing her PhD at the University of Technology Sydney, Naomi Koh Belic loves to create video content on the basic science behind multiple sclerosis and investigate how this digital media improves understanding and how participants self regulate their learning. From… Read More

Let’s Talk Water With Ian Wright

From the Department of Biology Science from the University of Western Sydney, Ian Wright joins Ruth Hessey in the studio to discuss how our water supply is changing, evolving and how it will effect humans and animals. Ian Wright from the University of Western Sydney and Monday Drive presenter… Read More

An Australian Republic?

Michael Cooney, Executive Director and CEO of the Australian Republic Movement, was Sylvia's guest on Arts Wednesday 7 February 2018 and the conversation canvassed relevant issues in the republican debate. Read More