Scallywag Showtunes – Episode 3

‘Ello! We are Arfur and Charlie Chimbley, the Chimbley Bruvvers, esquire, at your service (aka Eliane Morel and Soledad Cordeaux), here to entertain you with our humorous and delightful cockney banter. In our new segment, Scallywag Showtunes, airing during Eastside Radio Drive show, we will hexplore in hexcruciating detail (but with (but with our trademark […]

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Larry Gold: Legendary Arranger

“The strings are…celebrating the melodic content of the song.” Legendary arranger, producer and cellist, Larry Gold, joins Leo Metzker to discuss Philadelphia soul, MFSB and string arranging. From his beginnings at Philadelphia International Records to founding The Studio in the nineties, Larry recently provided his touch on Silk Sonic’s award-winning venture, An Evening with Silk […]

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Interview with Ian Ossher, Volunteer at Supporting Asylum Seekers Sydney

Supporting Asylum Seekers Sydney (SASS Group 6) is a volunteer-run organisation that aims to change the lives of refugees and asylum seekers arriving in Australia. SASS Group 6 organises the arrival of families and ensures that their settlement in Australia is a positive experience. Listen as Tony Roma interviews Ian Ossher, a volunteer at SASS […]

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Interview with Clive Miller; CEO of Support Act about Aus Music Month and Aus Music T-Shirt Day

Ausmusic T-Shirt Day is an annual day of fun and awareness on Thursday 30 November to celebrate Aussie music and raise urgently-needed funds for music workers in crisis. Funds raised from the campaign go towards helping Support Act continue its crucial work supporting musicians, managers, crew and music workers through crisis relief, mental health and […]

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Interview with Katie Thorne – Hot Jazz Picnic

HOT JAZZ PICNIC HAS NOW BEEN POSTPONED TO FEBRUARY 2024. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION. Katie Thorne is a singer-songwriter and guitarist who was born and raised in rural NSW (Wiradjuri Country). She describes her music as “sing-in-the-car songs, cry-on-the-walk-home songs, songs so personal I can’t quite believe I’m sharing them.” Her unique sound blends jazz with […]

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Nappies, New Music, and FatBoy Slim says yes – PODCAST – Take One: Backstage – Michael Meaco

My guest is a testament to all of the independent artists out there working their backsides off to make it in this industry. From humble beginnings based in the Southern parts of Sydney working as a vocal teacher to international acclaim in the electronic music space with King Arthur, this artist is enjoying a career […]

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Bob Carr on the future of American Politics

Former Premier Bob Carr joined Tuesday Drive to talk to David about the future of American Politics. Covering a broad range, they talk about the political landscape of The United States post an almost inevitable Clinton win, discuss the power of the newly enfranchised demographic that put Trump in the Republican nomination, and what all this […]

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Interview with Janet Merewether

In this podcast Ruth Hessey talks with filmmaker Janet Merewether about her upcoming documentary ‘Reindeer in my Saami [pronounced ss-ah-me] Heart’ which she wrote, directed and produced. Janet Merewether tells Ruth about what motivated her to make this documentary. To listen to the podcast click here: To watch the ‘Reindeer in my Saami Heart’ trailer […]

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Interview with Anne-Maree Huxley

In this podcast Ruth Hessey interviews Anne-Maree Huxley who is the founder of MOSS (Models of Success and Sustainability). In the interview Anne-Maree talks about her new project for future sustainability called ‘Blue Economy‘ and how this institute is working to use biomimetic principles and  apply them to new economic models. To listen to the […]

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Drive Tuesday: Interview with Mikelangelo

David Barr from Drive Tuesday talks with Mikelangelo about his new album with the Black Sea Gentlemen.  Titled After the Flood,the album is set around the Snowy Mountains Scheme in the 1950’s when thousands of workers from post war Europe came to Cooma to work on the scheme. The band stayed in Cooma to soak […]

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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 to families who chose to live with this cultural practice. Bacha Posh is carried out […]

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