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Featured Programs

Latest Interviews

Ainslie Wills Plays ‘Running Second’ Live And Chats Music As Catharsis with Alex Pye

Ainslie Wills and guitarist Lawrence Folvig filled us in on their ever-evolving songwriting partnership, before performing ‘Running Second’ live on-air.

A Long Time Coming: The Long Paddock

Prepare to get muddy, as Curator Joni Taylor takes us from the gallery to deep bush on-site at The Long Paddock exhibition in Wagga Wagga.

Steve Gunn Plays Two Songs and Talks Touring, Philly Record Stores & His Roots In Skate Punk

Guitarist and singer-songwriter Steve Gunn joined Alex Pye during his first ever Australian tour. He performed two songs live in the studio and let us in on what it’s like playing with Kurt Vile and Lee Ranaldo.

Kardajala Kirridarra: Beatrice Lewis on storytelling & connection to country

Kardajala Kirridarra producer Beatrice Lewis chats the importance of women as creators and connection to country with Samantha Groth.

The Hanging: Looking at Me Through You

Don’t miss Campbelltown Arts Centre’s complex, compelling new exhibition; a letter to Campbelltown from some of Sydney’s most interesting young artists.


A sign off from Sweetie, after ten years on air

It’s been an absolute roller coaster… solo Sweetie, Sweetie & Shag, Sweetie & Al. Today, Sweetie signs off on Arvos for the final time.

This week in Sydney

Soundcheck 10 - 16 July: Japandroids, Dope Lemon, WAAX, Ladi6 & More.

Need a live music fix? Here are our top gig picks in Sydney this week.

Diary of Death: 21 July - 28 July 2017

A life threatening list of imminent events happening in Sydney and surrounds, selected weekly by Jack Shit.

Culture Guide May 12 - 18: Contemporary Art, Feminism and the Internet, SLUT + Emerging Writers' Festival

Your weekly cheat sheet for the best events in Sydney, curated by FBi.