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    Genesis on Retropopic Radio

    Neil Saint  talks with musician Steve Hackett about his experiences in Genesis leading up to the making of the album, as well as his musical contributions to the album. Neil asks “What did Steve seek to bring to Genesis? Which…

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    The Veggie Lady on Real World Gardener

    Marianne talks to the ‘Veggie Lady,’ Toni Salter (pictured), about what’s crop rotation? You’ll discover a few good reasons why you should be doing this if your growing your own produce. Last week, Marianne talked with Ian Hemphill about making…

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    Hernando’s Hideaway on Midday Jazz

    Rob says “Located between the devil and the deep blue sea, no one – not even somebody’s daughter named Emily, will discover us in Hernando’s hideaway. Not even Julie London(pictured) Jimmy Dorsey, Sharny Russell or Bud Shank!” Who’s Emily, where…

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    Salad Days on Retropopic Radio

    Alongside 13 iconic tracks from the 20th century Neil Saint  listens to singer Wayne Hussey tell the story of his ‘Salad Days’ to the point he forms The Mission. Neil asks  “What was his relationship like with his parents? How…

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    The Big Wet on Midday Jazz

    Rob won’t let anything rain on his parade this Thursday: “The odds against tomorrow being wet are huge, but who cares? I’ve got a right to sing the blues whether I’m walking, or just taking the gravy train.  Having Paul…

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    Native Bees and Sweet Boronia on Real World Gardener

    Marianne talks with the creator of www.mosshouse.com.au Margaret Mossakowska (pictured) about creating native habitat for bees. There’s also how to grow custard apples in the vegetable heroes segment and all about the wonderfully scented sweet boronia, in plant of the…

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    All About the Executives on Pop Rock

    Robbie says “The Executiveswere a Sydney band formed in 1966 who were one of Australia’s most musically ambitious and distinctive pop groups, and had a string of hit records in the late 60s such as My Aim Is To Please…