Mornings with Bridie Tanner
Peter Greste on the deterioration of Australian press freedom
After spending 400 days in an Egyptian prison for news reporting that threatened national security, award-winning journalist Peter Greste is hyper-aware of the importance of a free press.
Interview: The Nightingale and the all-encompassing horror of colonialism
Director Jennifer Kent and star Baykali Ganambarr talk about confronting colonialism in the most walked out of film of the year.
PREMIERE: It’s all mood as ALTA move forward with ‘Back On It’
Millions of streams later, Melbourne 2-piece ALTA is back with the mood-heavy ‘Back On It’
Reconciliation Australia’s Karen Mundine on the meaning of reconciliation
On the first day of National Reconciliation Week, Bridie Tanner spoke with the CEO of Reconciliation Australia about future steps needed.
Chris from Christine and the Queens on moving weird and owning it
French popstar Chris from Christine and the Queens dropped by the studio to make us all feel great about doing the Running Man.
Snail Mail owes its existence to Lindsay Lohan’s guitar work
What had you accomplished at 19? Personal underwear purchase, maybe. Selling out a 500 cap venue on the other side of the world? Probs not huh.
Julia Jacklin and the post-cleverness of Crushing
Julia chats about dispensing with tricky lyricism and cutting to the heart of matters on Crushing, and knocks out a killer live rendition of Pressure To Party.
Phoebe Bridgers: Connor Oberst would be a great cult leader
The LA singer/songwriter dropped in to Mornings ahead of two nights at OAF to talk about her dazzling debut Stranger in the Alps, and the whirlwind side-project she started with Connor Oberst.
Ash Berdebes on Outsmarting Your Smartphone
Were you so enthralled by this wonderful copy that while scrolling it you hit a tree on your bike, ruining the bike and your phone, before undertaking a research rampage on the effects of tech addiction? Ash Berdebes did too! And then she made a workshop about it.