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Dive into the music and experience RN's diverse range of music programming. Select from our deli of audio and online features, interviews, concerts, recordings and CD selections to explore music from all pockets of the planet. Updated daily, our music shows let you traverse different styles and genres or snuggle down into a quiet listening space of your own.
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Punk poet Simon Armitage

Punk poet Simon Armitage

2016-08-3000:28:38

Simon Armitage talks about growing up in Huddersfield, the punk movement, and his first job as a probation officer.
A riot of my own!

A riot of my own!

2016-08-2900:28:25

In 1976, two different bands in two different hemispheres were making similar music for similar reasons. They found each other in Punk's Year Zero.
James Lee and Michael Munson delve into the ABC Sound Library's vinyl collection to uncover records that have broken records.
Composer Helen Gifford has been awarded the Distinguished Services to Australian Music Award for 2016 at the recent APRA AMCOS Art Music Awards.
"She is a legend ... it's very moving seeing her revisit this role that she played 60 years ago." Alex Jennings on working with Dame Julie Andrews in 'My Fair Lady'.
The Requiem

The Requiem

2016-08-2000:27:00

A musical framework to contain and deal with grief, after almost 1000 years the Requiem is still alive and vital today.
Darwin's underground WW2 tunnels are the venue for a five day music festival featuring a diverse range of musicians and singers.
Jen Shyu's Asian Odyssey

Jen Shyu's Asian Odyssey

2016-08-2000:20:41

The Taiwanese moon lute and zither are Jen Shyu's stock in trade for jazz, opera and experimental jazz.
Dorothy Porter once said that pop music made her a poet.
Julian Day - music news

Julian Day - music news

2016-08-2000:13:18

Women are winners, mobs at the Lincoln Centre, Tim Minchin's done it again and farewell Bobby Hutcherson
Hear highlights of Walter Martin live the Newtown Social Club for Vivid Live.
Hear highlights of Tiny Ruins live at the Sydney Opera House for Vivid Live.
The creation of Montaigne

The creation of Montaigne

2016-08-1900:13:43

She may have named herself after a 16th century French philosopher but it was Harry Potter who shaped Montaigne's creative development.
The alternative rock pianist is touring Australia with his latest collaborators: the chamber ensemble yMusic.
When the Bugle Calls

When the Bugle Calls

2016-08-1800:16:01

One hundred voices - one hundred years of searching for peace. To mark two significant war anniversaries, the Heidelberg Choral Society has commissioned a new musical work called When The Bugle Calls.
Virtual pop stars can perform in multiple cities around the world at the same time giving their creators more bang for their buck.
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Darwin's underground WW2 tunnels are the venue for a five day music festival featuring a diverse range of musicians and singers.
The new program from the Australian Chamber Choir presents three of Bach's masterpieces alongside one of the most difficult pieces in the motet repertoire: Messiaen's O sacrum convivium.
Australia's live music industry has routinely proved vulnerable to regulatory change.
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