February 28, 2017

E084 | Miss Goldie (DJ)

Samantha Goldie is one of the most iconic voices on Australia’s PBS FM. Under the name Miss Goldie, she hosts the soul-filled show, Boss Action, which can be heard on PBS every Saturday night from 7 - 8. She’s been collecting soul music for decades, spinning them for just as long, and this week, she graces the chat cave with her story. You can find Boss Action on facebook, and at pbsfm.org.au/bossaction

Puberty Blues. The Beautiful Lie. Gallipoli. Glendyn Ivin started his career wanting to be a documentary filmmaker, and has become one of the most prolific working television & commercial directors in Australia. After winning the Palm D’Or in 2003 for his short film Crackerbag, he went on to direct commercials, the feature film Last Ride, and now directs television shows like Offspring, Puberty Blues, Gallipoli, and, coming to ABC soon, 7 Types of Ambiguity. You can check out his photo a day project, his blog, and his work, at www.hoaxville.com.

February 14, 2017

E082 | Lee Beckhurst (Actor)

Doctor Blake. Offspring. Sports Bet. Lee Beckhurst is a name you may not be too familiar with, but you’d definitely know his face. Whether it’s from a network TV show, the Melbourne Theatre Scene, or the guy who can’t get his bets in quickly enough in the Sports Bet commercials, Lee’s face has started to crop up everywhere in recent years. Come hear the story of one of Australia's up and coming actors.

Triple J. The Culture Club, Hey! Nietzsche! Leave Them Kids Alone!, and Entertain Us!: The Rise and Fall of Alternative Rock in the Nineties. Craig Schuftan has had quite an epic journey through the world of radio, and music, and here discussing the cross sections of art & philosophy. This one is equal parts deep, and silly.