Cool Hunter, London01/29/15
What does it take to be a trend-spotting, cool hunting fashionista in London? Alana Valentine goes to world-famous art school Central St Martin’s to find out.
Summer Yak: Mia Lindgren
Producer/Professor Mia Lindgren discusses major influences on emerging Australian producers in our final Summer Yak.
Summer Yak: Alan Hall
Next up in our Summer Yak series: These are a few of producer Alan Hall's favourite (radio) things.
Summer Yak: Julie Shapiro
Our summer of Radio Yaks continues: Julie Shapiro, executive producer of RN's Creative Audio Unit, shares a few of her favourite 'radio moments'.
Summer Yak: Robyn Ravlich
Continuing with our Summer Yak series: During an ABC radio career of more than 35 years, Robyn Ravlich produced a range of innovative and specialist programs, working with many composers, actors, and musicians to create unique radio works.
Summer Yak: Tim Hinman
It's a summer of Radio Yaks and first up - Third Ear's Tim Hinman shares some favourite sounds and stories.
A shortage of Santas + the dislike club
One man takes us behind the scenes (and costume) of his stressful Santa job; another declares war on social media.
Rethinking poop... and the saga of an ill-fated European fairground.
Learn a thing or two about poop from the zoo, and hang on for a roller coaster story of drugs, money, and a doomed fairground from East Berlin.
Death, language, northerly wanderings and experimental literature
Radiotonic spins around the world today - from the Arctic to the Dublin Zoo, learning Polish and crashing an experimental French literary group along the way.
Radio Yak: Jonathan Goldstein
Host and producer of the CBC's Wiretap shares his thoughts (and clips) on blending fact and fiction on the radio.
Here's Antigone reinterpreted for modern times, by four 2014 Artists-in-Residence from La Boite Theatre Company.
Sounds of the city and an elephant is born
The sonic city. Zoo diaries: birth.
A journey into the inner ear and a cyborg hears colour.
A radio first: a real live reportage from inside a living brain (well...almost.) and the world’s first cyborg to interpret colour as sound.
An homage to pinball, a quest for direction, and the search for the...
A vintage pinball parlour makes a case for analogue games in the digital age. A woman ponders 'having direction' in life, aided by GPS and a zen teacher. And a retired American army Colonel seeks some peace of mind...in Australia.
Spooky radio, cell phone angst and a giant prawn
This week on Radiotonic: a painting rants, an undertaker schemes, a big prawn casts a long shadow, and a cell phone succumbs to tears.
Radio Yak: Johanna Zorn
Introducing... some of the best radio in the world - winners of the 2014 Third Coast / RHDF Competition.
The Eternal Moment
Zoe believes she can freeze time, creating an eternal moment where she'll be free of her psychosis. Cody, her art therapist, is implicated.
A science fiction scavenger hunt, and the exciting conclusion of Me,...
Reporter Mike Barnes is on the search for the lost pilot of the much loved science fiction program Space Wizard (you remember it right?). And ratings continue to plummet for Real Stories, Real People. Will a bored, 13-year-old save the day?
Life in a zoo, sidewalk inspiration, and Me, Ricky, and him episode...
Dave and Naomi seek involuntary mediation, Colette contemplates her neighbours' noisy behaviour, and Julie meets a fellow American. Sort of.
Me, Ricky and him - episode two: the makeover and... kids tackle poetry.
The tension between mismatched co-hosts Naomi and Dave grows, as they continue to struggle over what Real Stories, Real People should sound and like. Then writer Sam Swope lures a gaggle of 11-year-olds into an evocative poem by Wallace Stevens.
- Sydney, NSW