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For RN's diverse range of music programming choose from our deli of audio and online features, interviews, concerts, recordings and CD selections to explore music from all pockets of the planet and across all time zones.

For RN's diverse range of music programming choose from our deli of audio and online features, interviews, concerts, recordings and CD selections to explore music from all pockets of the planet and across all time zones.
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Melbourne, VIC

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For RN's diverse range of music programming choose from our deli of audio and online features, interviews, concerts, recordings and CD selections to explore music from all pockets of the planet and across all time zones.

Language:

English


Episodes

James Morrison on the great "Satchmo"

7/23/2016
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Trumpet maestro and band leader channelling Louis Armstrong's famous "terminal vibrato".

Duration: 00:11:59


Iko Iko: the story

7/23/2016
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Barbara Hawkins is one of the Dixie Cups from New Orleans. Iko Iko and Chapel of Love were their greatest hits.

Duration: 00:06:30


Clarence (Frogman) Henry

7/23/2016
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Singer and pianist from the golden age of New Orleans RnB.

Duration: 00:14:33


Irma Thomas

7/23/2016
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Soul Queen of New Orleans

Duration: 00:14:43


The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge

7/23/2016
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One of the world’s finest choral directors, Stephen Layton, joins us to talk about his 10 years with The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge, recently voted one of Gramophone magazine’s ’20 Greatest Choirs’.

Duration: 00:26:59


Savina Yannatou and Primavera en Salonico live at WOMADelaide

7/22/2016
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Hear Greek folk singer Savina Yannatou and her band Primavera en Salonico live at WOMADelaide.

Duration: 00:20:10


Spiro live at WOMADelaide

7/22/2016
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Hear highlights Bristol folk quartet Spiro live at WOMADelaide.

Duration: 00:32:46


St Paul & the Broken Bones in Concert and Conversation

7/15/2016
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Hear highlights of St Paul & The Broken Bones live at the Corner Hotel, and frontman Paul Janeway in conversation with Alice Keath for the Live Set Sessions at Bluesfest.

Duration: 00:53:49


Top Shelf: Susan Johnson

7/11/2016
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What was the novel that writer Susan Johnson took apart, like a clock, to understand how it worked?

Duration: 00:04:18


Celebrating Noel Coward: Geraldine Turner

7/9/2016
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Celebrating 25 Years of The Music Show: a 100th birthday celebration broadcast for Noel Coward [1899-1973] from the home of the British Consul General in Sydney with Geraldine Turner and Dennis Olsen.

Duration: 00:15:11


Dennis Olsen celebrating Noel Coward

7/9/2016
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Celebrating 25 Years of The Music Show: a 100th birthday celebration broadcast for Noel Coward [1899-1973] from the home of the British Consul General in Sydney.

Duration: 00:18:49


Janis Ian at the 2005 Port Fairy Folk Festival

7/9/2016
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From 25 Years On the Road with The Music Show: we're on Stage 1 at the 2005 Port Fairy Folk Festival with Janis Ian.

Duration: 00:13:54


Bob Fox at the Port Fairy Folk Festival 2005

7/9/2016
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From 25 Years On the Road with The Music Show: we're on Stage 1 at the 2005 Port Fairy Folk Festival.

Duration: 00:10:55


Mystic Rebellion: David Bowie

7/9/2016
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Six months after his death, we reveal David Bowie’s eclectic spiritual life and its role in his music - from a lifelong interest in Buddhism to his fascination with Magick, Christianity and the Kabbalah.

Duration: 00:26:59


Ross Edwards

7/8/2016
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His eco-symphony Frog and Star Cycle has its world premiere in Sydney.

Duration: 00:20:51


Nicholas Payton

7/8/2016
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New Orleans born, raised and based musician, Nicholas Payton was best known as a trumpeter. He's now a multi-instrumentalist and composer who is constantly seeking out new ways of making art.

Duration: 00:17:12


Highlights from the National Indigenous Music Awards

7/8/2016
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In celebration of NAIDOC week, hear highlights from last year's NIMAs ceremony.

Duration: 00:15:03


Emma Donovan and the PutBacks honour Ruby Hunter

7/8/2016
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Indigenous Australian soul singer Emma Donovan with her band the PutBacks perform the music of Ruby Hunter.

Duration: 00:38:11


From Groote Eylandt to Sweden

7/8/2016
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In just a few years Emily Wurramara has become a seasoned performer sharing her music with audiences around the world.

Duration: 00:15:15


Remembering Ruby through her music

7/8/2016
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As part of a special NAIDOC Week concert, Emma Donovan and Tom Martin from the band The Putbacks drop into the studio with an acoustic version of Ruby Hunter's Kutjeri Lady. It comes from Ruby's debut album Thoughts Within, which in 1994 was one of the first Indigenous female albums ever released. A full concert is broadcast on the weekend.

Duration: 00:12:30

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