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“It’s Art Dad” and the Clientele on Retropopic

9pm – 10pm ‘It’s Art Dad!’ A big thank you to Nina Thomsen of German Label Tapete Records for helping Neil Saint secure an exclusive RETROPOPIC RADIO interview with lead singer, founder member and songwriter Alasdair MacLean of English art rock

Super Trouper on Real World Gardener

5pm – 6pm Some of Australia’s historical gardens are being recognised, find out how in the Garden History segment; grow one of the oldest foods known to man, the humble brussel sprout in Vegetable Heroes; Flowers that are “super” in

‘They’re gonna wreck the business,’ on Pop Rock

POP ROCK! 6pm – 7pm Did you know that in the 1960’s and 70’s some bands didn’t play a note but just pretended to? The guys that really knew how to play were called the wrecking crew. Robbie presents Part One

Feature Albums

What So Not – ‘Not All The Beautiful Things’

  Our feature album this week is that of Australian-producer What So Not with his 12-track debut LP ‘Not All the Beautiful Things’. What So Not began as a project between Chris Emerson (Emoh Instead) and Harley Streten (Flume) back

Tom Lyngcoln - 'Doming Home', album art

Feature Album: Tom Lyngcoln – ‘Doming Home’

Our feature album this week is a bit of a different vibe than usual, with new album ‘Doming Home’ from guitarist Tom Lyngcoln. You might be familiar with Tom’s work in the bands The Nation Blue and Harmony. Doming Home is his debut solo

Totally Mild - 'Her', album artwork

Feature Album: Totally Mild – ‘Her’

It will be well worth listening out for our feature album this week to hear Melbourne band Totally Mild‘s new album ‘Her’. Frontwoman Elizabeth Mitchell describes the album as “a record of failure and victory, new desire, stale romance, queer domesticity and what comes when

Featured Programs

Frank Ifield on There Goes That Song Again

Tune in to Brian Crabbe present THERE GOES THAT SONG AGAIN 2pm – 4pm This week at 3pm, we have Part 5 of our 6-part “Special” featuring Australian singer Frank Ifield, continuing in the 1960s. Frank tells us what it was

More Wreckage on Pop Rock

THE WRECKING CREW! Part Two 6-7pm-  Tune into POP ROCK with Robbie to hear Part Two of The Wrecking Crew! story. The musicians behind hundreds of hit records coming out of California in the 60s and 70s, including a record

Easy Street on Midday Jazz

Ever wanted to know what easy street really is? Here’s a clue, listen to Rob at midday because Rob is saying “Hello young lovers, why not take a stroll down Easy Street?  Then join a slow boat to China –