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One of Australia's most loved songwriters Paul Kelly made his long-awaited return to rock'n'roll performing from the forecourt of the Sydney Opera House.
11.11.2018 Highly Strung
Director Scott Hicks continues his exploration of music-themed films in this documentary about passion, obsession and possession. A journey into a world of rarefied instruments and musicians who seek them out.
This Academy Award-winning documentary by director Morgan Neville shines a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century.
In this brand new three-part series, a school principal join forces with singing superstar Guy Sebastian on a mission to transform the lives of disadvantaged kids through the power of music. (Part of Ausmusic Month)
Tourists flock to the small South Australian town of Lobethal which goes all out each year to prepare and perform its live Christmas nativity and light show. (Final for 2018)
10.11.2018 rage 10/11/2018
This weeks rage features a diverse selection of the best new releases, including new music videos from Regurgitator, Kira Puru, Hermitude, Cash Savage, Jack River, and heaps more.
Unpacking the iconic opening of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony; burlesque life drawing with Dr Sketchy; and a candid discussion about baring your soul for art, with Honor Eastly, Brodie Lancaster and Dilruk Jayasinha.
The Herd covers Wafia for Like A Version.
A reluctant migrant to Australia in his teens, Morris Gleitzman seized every opportunity that arose: comedy writer for The Norman Gunston Show, TV columnist, prolific children's author and now Australian Children's Laureate.
06.11.2018 Nolan
Sidney Nolan is one of Australia's greatest artists. His iconic images are treasures of the Australian visual language. This film explores the artist and the man from his early years to his extraordinary international career.
On the hunt for a perfect photo, Veronica tests the kindness of strangers.
West Arnhem Land artist John Mawurndjul has received global attention for his masterful bark paintings and sculptures. We explore his latest body of work at Tarnanthi Art Fair.
The zombie death metal band using horror and gore to fight Islamophobia. 
Aussie artists including Jimmy Barnes, Phil Jamieson, Marcia Hines, Casey Donovan and Kate Ceberano perform the iconic songs of Countdown in a NYE Concert at the Sydney Opera House. Hosted by Charlie Pickering and Zan Rowe.
This special visits the village of Walsingham in Norfolk, a major pilgrimage destination famed for its shrine dedicated to the Virgin Mary. And Sean Fletcher joins pilgrims travelling to Mont St Michel in Normandy.
Kumi Taguchi meets much loved singer Aled Jones and talks to him about his career as a singer and broadcaster, his faith and his origins as a boy soprano.
03.11.2018 rage 3/11/2018
This weeks rage features a diverse selection of the best new releases, including new music videos from Riaza Biza & Remi, Jay Rock & Kendrick Lamar, Little Dragon, Moaning Lisa, Joyner Lucas, Ghost, and heaps more.
The mastery of Arnhem Land bark artist John Mawurndjul; a troupe of dancing Korean grandmothers hit the stage; the zombie death metal duo thrashing away Islamophobia; and an inked-up panel discuss whether tattooing is art.
A popular segment recorded at triple j studios which gives local and international acts a chance to pay homage to their favourite artists by performing a cover of one of their songs.
Jeremy Heimans has spent his life lobbying world leaders and agitating for change. He co-founded the political organisation GetUp! before moving to the US, where he builds and supports social movements around the world.
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