Let’s Talk About Sex: Dr Charla Hathaway on personal pleasure, performance activism, and becoming a sex worker in her 50s
Dr Charla Hathaway entered the world of sex work at age 54. Two decades later she’s a PhD clinical sexologist, certified sexological bodyworker, surrogate partner therapist, and the author of two books on eroticism. She joined Tanya Koens and Maia Bilyk for Let’s Talk About Sex on Mornings.
FBi Monthly Mixtape #010
Six planets, including Mercury, were in retrograde in September. But astrologers say retrograde is actually a great to take stock of what’s happening in the world relative to where we’re standing. So let’s take stock of what the FBi Radio airwaves sounded like last month according to Peter Hollo, Kristelle, Kana Frazer and Andy Garvey.
Ripple Effect Band talk language, culture and community on Mornings with Kana Frazer
Ripple Effect Band are an all female rock band from Maningrida in Arnhem Land, injecting fresh life into the tradition of saltwater rock. They stopped by FBi Radio to chat with Kana Frazer on Mornings, in the midst of their current tour.
cookii break down their sound and alias on Mornings with Louisa Thurn
You’ll be familiar with cookii’s music even if you haven’t heard it before. Bright, brash, and bubblegummy, it’s the sound of all the pop culture you grew up with.
Body Type’s Cecil and Sophie chat their debut LP on Mornings
Body Type have released their much-anticipated debut album Everything Is Dangerous But Nothing’s Surprising. Sophie and Cecil caught up with Ben Hansen on Mornings to talk all about the album, dining next to Nick Cave in LA, and playing a hometown show at Oxford Art Factory.
CHAI talk the importance of fans, stolen trailers and their latest album ‘Wink’
Like many artists during the pandemic, Japanese all-female ‘Neo Kawaii’ rock group CHAI found that the stay at home restrictions altered their usual process of creating music. They used this as an opportunity to not only change the direction of their latest album ‘Wink’, but to celebrate their listeners. They told Kana Frazer about it on Mornings last week.
Loose Fit’s Anna Langdon speaks to their debut album ‘Social Graces’
Anna from Eora-based post punk four-piece Loose Fit, sits down with Ben Hansen to talk through the absurdity of life, unhinged jamming sessions and the extended recording process of their debut record.
Hatchie on lyrical honesty and her new record ‘Giving the World Away’
Hatchie joined Maia Bilyk on Mornings to speak about “autobiographical” lyrics and her new album Giving the World Away
Jerome Blazé on recording with the windows open and wind trios
Folktronica artist and producer Jerome Blazé joined Kana Frazer on Mornings to discuss deadlines, recording with the windows open, and his unconventional live band.
Banoffee’s sophomore album ‘Tear Tracks’ is for “crying in the car, crying in the club, or crying having sex”
Banoffee sat down with Kiki Amberber on Mornings last week to chat about growth, grief, and her tiny nylon string guitar.