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  • Monday 20 February 2012

    Monday 20 February 2012 MP3

    Blinded by Science: In 1979 two young men in Sydney invented a digital sampling synthesizer that sparked a worldwide musical revolution. It was called the Fairlight and for the first time musicians could play the sound of any instrument on a keyboard. It also allowed them to compose and perform compositions that would otherwise require a band or an orchestra to play. Those two men were 21 and their names were Kim Ryr...

    20.02.2012

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  • Jimmy Little dies at 75

    Jimmy Little dies at 75 MP3

    One of our great Indigenous musicians, 75-year-old Jimmy Little, died yesterday at his Dubbo home in country New South Wales.

    02.04.2012

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    02.04.2012

  • Moose hearts and frozen kale

    Moose hearts and frozen kale MP3

    Six hundred kilometres north of Stockholm, near the Arctic Circle, lies one of the world's more remote restaurants, Faviken.

    17.05.2013

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  • Is the end of global hunger a perfect world?

    Is the end of global hunger a perfect world? MP3

    Imagine, in a perfect world, we've ended world hunger. Not going to end it, wish we could end it -- famine is no more.

    27.09.2012

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  • Victorian inquiry into Church sexual abuse

    Victorian inquiry into Church sexual abuse MP3

    The Victorian government has become the first in Australia to launch a probe into sexual abuse in religious organisations. The announcement of a parliamentary inquiry comes after revelations that at least 40 alleged victims of abuse by Catholic priests had committed suicide. While victims of abuse have welcomed the inquiry, many have expressed disappointment that a Royal Commission has not been appointed.

    17.04.2012

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