Into the Music (ABC)
Diana Jones and her Appalachian Roots07/26/14
Diana Jones is an award-winning singer-songwriter based in Nashville steeped in the mythology and rich story bank of rural Appalachia.
Behind the scenes at Disney's Lion King
The Lion King is a celebratory and dynamic musical which has been an massively successful story for Disney, its producer.
Bringing the band back
On the eve of Naidoc Week, the history of the Yarrabah Brass Band, and the descendants of the original members who have brought the band back in 2013.
Instruments of War
Music in war has always been used both as means of communication and as a psychological weapon, to galvanise the fighters and intimidate the foe.
Screaming girls and hard rocking boys - three generations of Australian...
Rob Hirst, Jim Keays and Jae Laffer on living the life in rock
Ashok Roy... from India with love
We enter the world of Ashok Roy, one of India's musical masters who for thirty years performed and taught in Australia, quietly sharing his wisdom with all who crossed his path.
Sam Lee and the Travellers
Sam Lee is a dynamic and engaging songster and song collector whose fascination with 'traveller' and gypsy songs is catching.
Allan Browne is one of Australia's most creative jazz drummers and band leaders
Judy Baileyholds a special place in Australian jazz history as one of this country's earliest and most prominent female jazz musicians and teachers.
A place called Morley
One of the most important, and little-known institutions for English music in the 20th Century.
Wantok Sing Sing - music of Oceania
The breath, and the drum, are the key contrasting and complimentary elements in the music of Papua New Guinea, and the surrounding islands and archipelagos of Melanesia and Polynesia.
Real time music, Berlin
In recent years Berlin has become a hip cultural centre in Europe and attracts musicians and artists from all over the world including Australian in the Echtzeitmusik scene.
The Bell Ringers of St. Mary's
Getting up close and personal with an eclectic bunch of highly skilled and committed bell ringers, producer Caitlin Gibson treks up into the bell tower at Sydney's iconic St. Mary's cathedral to discover the ins and outs of bell ringing.
Lamine Sonko and the African Intelligence
When Lamine Sonko stepped foot on Australian soil from Senegal, West Africa 10 years ago, he quickly built a following.
Place and Sound
We're searching for music inside ice floes, in rainforests, in the abandoned rooms of Chernobyl, in the inner ear, and in the sounds made by suspension bridges and the Eiffel Tower.
The Space Between - Bad Boys and Mean Girls
Bad Boys and Mean Girls: Why do we love the villains, floozies and cads?
In Search of Henry Cowell Part 1
In the first of two features, pianist and radio producer Guy Livingston presents a fascinating investigation into the life and music of the American maverick composer, Henry Cowell.
The Universe of the Slide Guitar
Journey along a strand of the history of the slide guitar, from Hawaii to India, Vietnam to Australia
Woolf and Wagner
In 1940, Virginia Woolf wrote, 'I think of all my books as music before I write them'. But which music is which book? And why did she come to both love and hate Wagner with such passion?
Mike Nock - The Australian Years
The second of two programs celebrating the work of jazz pianist, composer, band leader and educator, Mike Nock.
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