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    Gerry Mulligan on Midday Jazz

    Rob says, “When in Rome, or just exploring Paris by night, I admit I fall in love too easily. Strangely, Manhattan does not have that effect on me. I’d love to be able to ask Gerry Mulligan, Anita O’Day, Glenn Miller and Dinah Washington if they have ever felt that same way too. ” Don’t think too much about it, just listen to some cool jazz.

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    Andy Williams on There Goes That Song Again

    This week in our first hour, you will hear Andy Williams with small group accompaniment, singing songs composed by Steve Allen. In our second hour, we’ll hear the story of, and songs from, the 1958 Broadway production of Rogers’ and…

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    The Searchers on Pop Rock

     Interview: Part Two Robbie continues his chat with founding member of The Searchers, Mike Pender MBE. Mike recalls his early musical influences, how he came up with THE SEARCHERS as a name for the band, and his thoughts on Jackie DeShannon, The Byrds. The Searchers…

  • Reviews

    Game Review: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

    ‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’ is a game that is more grounded and immersive than 2018’s ‘Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’, however in making these changes, the game also sacrifices some of the best elements that made the last entry so enjoyable. For starters,…

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    Cool Jazz on Midday Jazz

    Rob says “Although I’ve just spent six months in a Brazilian forest, since yesterday, New York’s my home now. Hallelujah, it’s so good to be here again! I wonder if Elana Stone, Mel Torme, Grace Knight or Fletcher Henderson have…

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    Ivory Curls on Real World Gardener

    Ever heard of an Ivory Curl tree? It’s a must-have tree in Plant of the Week. Radishes are easy to grow, but why not try something different like the radish watermelon in Vegetable heroes. ***BIG NEWS*** With permission from the…

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    Indigenous Movies at Meet Me At The Movies

    Following NAIDOC week, Maggie has gathered together the stories from various Indigenous movies. From poverty to racism, stolen generations and connection to land, the magic of movie-making has given audiences a powerful insight into the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres…