Since the world-dominating success of the Harry Potter films, teen magic fantasies have been an El Dorado for film makers: guaranteed gold if the right approach can be found but as the likes of The Golden Compass and A Wrinkle in Time have shown, too often disastrous. There were high hopes, however, for the cinema adaptation of John Bellair’s 1973Read more
Apart from a general awareness that he was a renowned fashion designer I knew almost nothing about Alexander McQueen prior to the documentary simply entitled McQueen. The film provides fascinating insights into McQueen’s life and career revealing him to be a brilliant but deeply troubled, maverick artist. Lee Alexander McQueen was a rebellious but artistically-inspired lad who left school withRead more
Melbourne performer Matt Joe Gow dropped into the studios on the ALL NEW SATURDAY AUSMOSIS on the weekend and talked music, touring and “Break, Rattle & Roll” his brand new album AND he played us a couple of songs from the album live to air as well. Listen to the 30 minutes of excellence here on this podcast.
The SECA Panel were reduced to a duo but called for reinforcement. Faux pars included here is this weeks show podcast.
Dr Sally Cockburn (aka Dr Feelgood) joins Colin Tyrus on “A Newsman and his Music” to talk about World Thrombosis Day. And Colin asks about his hay fever-like symptoms that have been making him feel miserable.