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Tweet In 2014 Bad Neighbours tied with The Equalizer on Nick’s list of worst films of the year. Clearly, Hollywood doesn’t listen closely enough to ‘Built For Speed’ because they’ve gone and made Bad Neighbours 2. Is it as awful as its predecessor? Find out this Friday on “Built For Speed’. There’s also lots of great music […]
Tweet WRITE NOW – tonight – I’ll talk with Max Cryer about his latest book: Superstitions and why we have them; then I’ll talk with (retired) Inspector Colin Dillon about his book: Code of Silence and later I’ll talk with Fleur McDonald about her latest novel: Indigo Storm. Please join me, Gaytana
Tweet Join Mark Naumann tonight at 8pm for a walk through all of Prince’s hits, and some that he wrote for others as well. 8pm (aet) – tune in at 88.3 Southern FM (Bayside Melbourne) or stream it from www.southernfm.com.au
Tweet Listen in Tuesday nights from 10 till midnight to hear deep southern soul, blues, R&B, and more from the last century though to now. Mark Schembri presents these great tunes and offers the listener interesting snap-shots of the music and the artists history and heritage.
Tweet BEST MEDICINE – today – Christobel Mattingley talking about her book: Maralinga’s Long Shadow – Yvonne’s Story and later two Rheumatologists giving us the latest information. Please join me, Gaytana
Tweet This week on The Vibe We had aspiring Paralympian Emma Booth come in for chat. Emma filled us in about her progress qualifying for The Dressage at this years Paralympics in Rio. Make sure you check out the Podcast. […]
Tweet [display_podcast] Arguably, Australia’s greatest, & one of the most respected female solo singers, Alison MacCallum discusses her substantial singing career on this Purple Haze Archive Podcast. Alison MacCallum was the first Aussie solo female to chart with an album, not only that, her debut single, Superman, was a Top 10 smash right round the country. She […]
Tweet The Songs of Hope hymns podcast for 1/5/2016 includes: Rejoice the Lord is king – Festival choir and orchestra Beautiful Saviour – Festival choir and orchestra All heaven waits – St Michaels singers Words for Life is by Rev Kevin Pedersen of Ormond Anglican Church. His talk title is “Courageous Christianity”. Talk time is […]
Tweet Listen again to Songs of Hope gospel set for 1/5/2016. Songs include: Sweet sweet mercies – Neverclaim Blessed assurance – Steve Grace (Aus) Drifting too far – Swanee River Boys Also attached is Vic Campbell’s Christian News Bulletin for 1/5/2016 The “Christians who made a difference” segment high-lighted the story of Royston Siddons, the […]
Tweet Hi Everyone, Awhile ago I joined a terrific 8 piece rock/blues band called The Wild Yabbbies, as a guitarist. We’ve been playing around Melbourne & I hope you can join us at our next gig. Here are the details: Saturday 30th April Hampton RSL, 25 Holyrood St, Hampton, 9598 0460 Entry fee $12 Bistro 6-8pm We […]
Fantastic interviews and music clips. Thanks so much for making these [Purple Haze podcasts] available on the Internet. Regards from the USA....