Music Podcast (ABC RN)
Kate Miller-Heidke Live at Bluesfest Bryon Bay
Hear Australian singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke performing live at Bluesfest Byron Bay's 25th Anniversary Festival
Passport: going lo fi in Russia
In protest at the growing politicisation and commercialisation of music, a growing number of Russian artists are joining the lo fi movement and going back to basics.
The RN Bob Dylan song
After sifting through thousands of entries, the RN judges have narrowed it down to just twelve lines.
Funemployed: The life of an artist in Australia
Artist Justin Heazlewood's candid book on what life is really like trying to be an artist in Australia.
Didgeridoo performance from William Barton
Didgeridoo player and composer William Barton joins RN Breakfast to perform a song from his latest album Birdsong At Dusk, which is available now on ABC Records.
Every song has a story, be it about love, growing up, sex or war.
Monday Muse - Anna Calvi
Not many artists can truly be described as genre defying but Anna Calvi can.
DARK MOFO: The Sleep Paradox
When you dream the body is paralysed but the mind lights up like a fireworks display.
Stories and Driving
The thing about stories is... the last one always overtakes the ones that came before.
The Red Priest
He’s revered today as the man who wrote The Four Seasons, but until the 1950s the Italian Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi's huge output of sacred and secular music was largely forgotten. On the eve of a concert series featuring Vivaldi’s violin...
Clare Bowditch is a musician, sometime actor and also the founder of a project that aims to help business people learn more about creativity and creative folk be schooled in business. Clare is currently touring the east coast on her Winter Secrets...
Indian Hawaiian music
Debashish Bhattacharya has pioneered an Indian style of playing the slide guitar that has won him accolades around the world.
Adelaide International Guitar Festival kicks off tomorrow
The Adelaide International Guitar Festival will bring over 300 of the world's greatest guitarists to South Australia for three days.
Monday Muse - Belle Roscoe
Siblings Matthew and Julia Gurry make up the indie pop duo that is Belle Roscoe and now call both Paris and Melbourne home.
Jandamarra, the black Ned Kelly
Jandamarra was a Bunuba man who came to be known as the black Ned Kelly, and his little-known story has been told in a work written by Steve Hawke, son of former prime minister Bob Hawke.
The Regent's Canal, London
The Regent's Canal in London is a popular route for pedestrians, far away from all the rush-hour traffic, but home to another form of transport.
Fit to play: musicians and their bodies
Classical musicians spend thousands of hours practising and playing. What sort of wear and tear does that have on your body? Well, lots, but do musicians attend to this? Not much. Until recently that is.
Pretty Weird Shit
In the most central pub in Australia, Miles O'Neil meets melon farmer Bill, who shares a ghost story over a couple of beers.
Lior Live at WOMADelaide
Hear Australian singer songwriter Lior perform songs from his latest album Scattered Reflections live at WOMADelaide.
- Melbourne, VIC