Conversation Hour with Jon Faine
Eating about architecture, in Italian12/11/14
Guy Grossi, Ariana Fabris and John Denton join the Conversation Hour.
Best in show
Bohemian Melbourne meets the Chelsea Flower Show.
The life of Melbourne, the city
Erica Cervini, Liam Houlihan and Michael Williams explore different facets of the city we call home.
Toms talk Australian history
Toms Keneally and Guthrie join Jon Faine and Beverley O'Connor for a conversation covering a century of Australian history.
Music industry legends
Molly Meldrum, John Paul Young and Brian Nankervis. Need we say more?
Country Conversation Hour
New Victorian Country Hour host Nikolai Beilharz joins Jon for a country-themed Conversation Hour.
The Cambodia Project, and musical medics
George Donikian, Dr Chrysse Heine and Pep Upton join the Conversation Hour
Stars From The Stage
Musician Deborah Conway joins Faine as co-host.
Remembering Bryce Courtnay
Co-host, political reporter and presenter of A Country Road: The Nationals Heather Ewart joins Faine as co-host.
What makes a good holiday?
Sonia Wagner William McInnes and Willie Harcourt
A musical treat with Paul Kelly, Linda Bull, Clairy Brown and The...
Paul Kelly, Linda Bull, Clairy Brown and The Orbweavers join Faine for an hour of live music.
Georges brings memories flooding back, Masterchef champion and what's...
Annette Cooper reminisces about the good old days as Brent Owens looks forward to giving tradies heathier food options.
Jen Cloher impersonates Ben Elton
Ben Elton dedicates his latest book to history teachers and Mia Dyson and Jen Cloher perform their own songs live.
Fiesty conversation about the people we really are
Dancing in the studio with Rhonda Burchmore as Michael Leunig reveals the chaotic but creative state of his desk.
A migrant experience, water drumming and Melbourne's infamous hook turns
Alice Pung recalls high school's hard lessons and Charles Jenkins and David Bridie play live music.
Motivating opportunities that have evolved from adversity
Kurt Fearnley describes his "lucky underpants" and Julie Brand compares breast protheses in the studio.
Fighting for equality and survival after dying twice
Robert Dessaix describes what it was like to die twice, Winnie Byanyima tackles inequality at G20 summit and Tim Fischer walks in the steps of John Monash.
The scary truth behind Silk Road and Huntington's disease inheritance
Eileen Ormsby tells us how the world's most notorious online drug market works and Bridget Lyon bravely explains the gift that has been passed onto her.
Remembering the Australians who died serving their country
Dr Jonathan King shares his distaste for bully beef while Geoff Hocking showcases 100 Australian memorials.
Keeping alive both Australian painting and the suburb of Footscray
Patrick McCaughey shares his view on the Melbourne art scene as a 10-year plan to transform Footscray into a 'university town' gains traction.
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