Podcast

The Mysteries of Mad River – A Swamp-Folk Operetta

Keppie Coutts was recently on Cathy’s show “The Last Walz” to talk about her upcoming new show  “The Mysteries of Mad River – A Swamp-Folk Operetta”. It is an eccentric, freudian, and sparkling piece of musical theatre, that is one-part cabaret, one-part murder mystery. The show takes place on the 30th… Read More

Sex At Dawn – Our Bonobo Cousins & Their Community

Packed full of expert opinion as well as comedic points of view, this Queer 4 Your Ears review of the amazing book ‘Sex At Dawn’ by Cacilda Jetha & Christopher Ryan, looks at how homosexuality, bisexuality, multiple sex partners, and  shared parenting were all hallmarks of human cultures in pre-agriculture… Read More

Lior on his upcoming show, Leaving the Western Shadows

Australian Israeli Singer and Songwriter, Lior, joined David Barr on Drive Tuesday to discuss his upcoming concert, Leaving the Western Shadows with the Australian Youth Orchestra’s, Momentum Ensemble. The orchestra will be directed by conductor Nigel Westlake, whose previous endeavours with Lior have included the co-creation of the award-winning song… Read More

Ed Lippmann on Technology and Architecture with Sylvia Rosenblum

During  September/November 2018, Arts Wednesday hosted its second series for the year of Sydney By Design with prominent architect, Ed Lippmann. This 6-part series looks at how technology has changed building, buildings and architecture from our days in caves through to the 21st century. Part 1: Ed introduces the series… Read More

David Garrioch on Tim Flannery’s new book “Europe: A Natural History”

This week Ruth Hessey on Monday Drive reviews Tim Flannery’s new book with professor David Garrioch from Monash University. Tim Flannery is a paleontologist, explorer and conservationist. He is a leading writer on climate change and the 2007 Australian of the Year. His books include the award-winning international bestseller The… Read More

Creepy Crawlies with Sylvia Rosenblum

Entomologist Bryce Peters may well be the only person on earth who likes cockroaches. Find out why in this conversation. As summer is upon us, Sylvia took the opportunity to talk about those creepy crawlies we hate the most. Read More

Helen Sung showcases her newest project, ‘Sung’ With Words

Pianist/composer Helen Sung hails from Houston, TX, where she attended the High School for the Performing & Visual Arts.  Now based in New York City, Sung has worked with a “Who’s Who” in Jazz, including the late Clark Terry, Ron Carter, Wayne Shorter, Wynton Marsalis, and MacArthur Fellow Regina Carter. Read More

Jay James-Moody From STC’s A Cheery Soul

Miss Docker is one of Nobel Laureate Patrick’s White’s most memorable creations. She and her neighbours are as hilarious and peculiar as they are uncannily familiar. Together, this pioneering text and marvellous characters take us on a dizzying ride through suburban Australia, exploring the meaning of morality, mortality and the… Read More

Russell Smith and Bell Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar is Shakespeare’s political thriller, a masterpiece of intrigue and treachery. Stand witness to the assassination that leads to a life and death struggle for power in the Republic. Citizens mutiny, Mark Antony schemes, and the fate of Rome hangs in the balance. Gaz Simpson and Diana Simmonds invited actor… Read More