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An interwoven tapestry of sound, organ music amongst Turkish trees, plus we stole something from our sister program... and re-programmed it.
Spacemen waving at the camera. A Day in the Life of Ivan Durak. Organ Archipelago: episode three.
Organ Archipelago: episode two. Exile, loaves and fishes.
Organ Archipelago: episode one. These Are Workers.
From the bustling back alleys of China's largest city to the soft, sonic nostalgia of a suburban Hobart home.
Celebrated sound recordist of the great outdoors, Chris Watson heads indoors for a Radio Yak, and lets us rifle through his record collection.
One of the most influential writers of the 20th century is portrayed across radio, comics and punk rock. And Tuesday gets a remix.
The 'music' of three UNESCO World Heritage sites plays across three continents, as RN producer and Awaye! presenter Daniel Browning guides us along a dry lakebed in the near outback, to a pilgrimage route in Japan, to a glacial valley in the north of...
Buckle up (again)... 37 years after the original, we’re getting back on the highway for a radio homage of epic proportions.
Created at Double Jay in 1978, What’s Rangoon to You is Grafton to Me is Russell Guy's seminal road trip and cult radio classic - a surreal and sonic journey from Brisbane to Sydney, with stopovers in 'Rangoon.'
Speech-melodies from Janáček's notebooks, a voicescape from Mexico, and Olympics-inspired krautrock, remixed.
Two tragedies revolve around 20th century communication technologies.
Dear Dr Chekhov invites you to imagine two distant islands and an epistolary friendship, through sound and narrative. Birds cry, chains clink, a violin weeps, and a girl is wooed by a man who speaks in haiku.
On the anniversary of the Ferguson riots in the US: a sonic exploration by Christopher DeLaurenti of the days surrounding Michael Brown's death. And sound art meets chocolate vinyl.
A playful self-portrait through language, retro-futurist audio fiction, recent scientific discoveries, sonified.
Before Western medicine arrived in Australia, there were Ngankari. Producers Liz Thompson and Simon Green travel deep into the Central Desert to meet Angangu Ngangkari, or traditional healers.
Jim Denley takes you on a sonic adventure that's equal parts personal odyssey and subversive lecture on the flute.
Colour of sound: indigo. The eye. Colour of sound: violet. All in time.
The Imitation Archive offers a sonic history of computing, and Words and Music explores when words fail.
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